Thursday, September 12, 2013

9/11 Drill at Logan Airport Sparks Outrage

Andrew Pontbriand
Activist Post

The Massachusetts Port Authority and the Boston Fire Department conducted a drill Wednesday, the 12th anniversary of 9/11. The drill involved what appeared to be a plane on fire. Boston Logan Airport tweeted that the smoke and fire was part of a drill.

Many people voiced their opinions on how pathetic, and dishonorable it was for the Port Authority and Boston FD to conduct this drill on 9/11.

“That is ridiculous. Have some respect. People died 12 years ago on flights originating out of your airport. How dare you,” one person wrote.

This is a classic example of how the government uses drills to acclimate the public, and even cause terrorism. For authorities to plan and execute this coordinated drill on the 12th anniversary of the World Trade Center attacks is irresponsible, offensive, and clearly a form of terror.