This week while talking with a group of airport workers at the Vatican the Pope spoke out against the implementation of body scanners in airports that make people appear to be naked.
Even in this situation, one must never forget that respecting the primacy of the human person and attention to his or her needs does not make the service less efficient nor penalize economic management,' he said.I have no idea what that sentence means.
For you this reality represents an ever more task of complex organization and it is a labor that if often discreet and barely known, not always noted but which does not escape the eyes of God, who sees all of Man's works even those that are hidden.I’m still clueless.
I’m not sure if he is offended at the suggestion of nudity or how horrible most people actually appear in their scans. Either way the Pope has little personal concern about being scanned in his robes. He flies on a private, Italian jet called “Shepherd One.”