You must be just as insane as rigs and Alex Jones to believe THAT.
Do you watch a lot of Fox News? I have traveled all over the world since 2001...been to every European country except for Spain and Portugal. I've traveled with all their mass transit systems, flown on many planes, and drove on many of their roads. There's nothing to be afraid of.
My family lives just outside Baltimore city. I live just outside north DC. I'm more likely to die visiting either of these places than by terrorist attacks. To be honest, I'm more likely to die DRIVING to either of these places than in a terrorist attack.
Let's count how many terrorist attacks we can think of across the world (Russia notwithstanding, the US doesn't have to worry about Chechnyans). We've got the Madrid bombing, the London Underground bombing, 9-11, and...? We have the 'attempted' terrorists the underwear bomber and the shoe bomber. Doesn't seem like a very often occurrence to me...
Now one thing you have to understand is 'Al Qaeda' doesn't exist. It never has. It's a fairy tale invented by our government. This has been talked about for many years, and was definitely confirmed by MI5 a few months ago. What does this mean? It means that any and all 'terrorist organizations' are extremely loosely based splinter groups of psychos that try to plan attacks. They are all rookies, they have little to no knowledge of what they're doing, and they are very easily caught.
This whole security theater does not make any of us more safe. It does not help us in any way and is a huge drain on tax money. We don't need it and it needs to go the way of the dodo bird.
As a Greek person with a beard, I often get chosen for pat downs and scans. I was in Boston just last week and got patted down on the way in, and scanned the way back. I did not feel like I was more safe. In fact, it's a bit upsetting realizing that this is not an effective security measure. It just causes very, very long lines (had to wait an hour at security at 6 in the morning...) and inconveniences travelers.
This causes a greater problem. International businessmen are less willing to come to the US than before...they don't want to wait for hours at out ridiculous lines and go through security checkpoints that violate their privacy and yet don't actually make anyone more safe.
If you can't understand why this security theater is a problem, then please look into it instead of just forming your own opinion based on no facts except what you read on the TSA website.