November 6, 2015 4:20am CST
This morning I listened to a man speaking on TV about how he had bribed a security officer at Sharm el Sheikh airport to allow him to jump the queue with his bags and luggage. He avoided all security checks either to his luggage or his person, and all this for a £20 bribe. What he hoped to achieve by making this public knowledge I have no idea. What he did achieve was to encourage a security officer to ignore his duties and put people's lives at risk. He should be ashamed of himself.
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• Northampton, England
6 Nov 15
I believe that completely. I've been to Sharm several times and there's not a Russian on earth who queues for anything these days. It's horrible what happened to that plane but every person who's waited patiently in line one after another the Russians walk straight to the front will not be surprised about the corruption and the lax systems at Sharm airport. It once took me 2 hours to get through immigration because of all the pushing and shoving.
8 Nov 15
That is an incredible revelation that tells us so much. What he also proved is why disasters will continue to happen and and why man will never be able to solve mankind's problems, as just a few of the same evil minded individuals could actually unleash forces that could destroy mankind. Thank goodness God exists and that is why we are still here!
9 Nov 15
That's right, we believe that He will stop things getting out of hand, one way or another. Then I am reminded of some of the ways he did this - Babel, the Flood the 40 years in the wilderness. We ignore His acts of justice at our own expense.