United Airlines Passenger Assault, the Wave of the Future

By Gordon Duff, Senior Editor

I was surprised when I was asked by Radio Islam of South Africa to comment on the recent passenger pummeling that has dominated the news.  We still don’t know who did it, Chicago Police of private security thugs working for DHS or United Airlines.  While writing this I just did a second re

Friends, longtime airline pilots, warned me about United long ago though there are worse airlines.  They tell stories about pilots hopped up on medications, opiates and amphetamines, sexual abuse of air crews and the filthy and overcrowded planes.

Where the real issue is today involves intimidation and violence against passengers, which began on international flights and now has moved to domestic.

First, it was TSA and passenger inspection that the media began bashing.  This was hardly the problem.  Yes, TSA hired up to 6000 with criminal records but in America, anyone can have a criminal record and in many ways it is becoming a “badge of honor.”  There is no reason criminals shouldn’t be given security clearances and hired by the government.

Look at Trump and the Kosher-Nostra gang that just attacked Syria for instance.

No it begins with the secret black-site detention centers near every major airport.  DHS has facilities all over airport property and nearby industrial parks, never listed and no one knows what is there.  Regular detention moves to hotel rooms in sleazy low end motels on airport property while serious interrogations move from the airport detention sites to off-airport sites.

The airlines are not just a part of it, they help pick out those the FBI and DHS pick up.  Thus, it is no wonder that an airline now thinks they can pick a “chink” as they call people of Oriental background or “rag head” or “sand-nigger,” airport terms or Middle Easterners or North Africans, and drag them off planes and bloody them.

The airlines long have partnered with the police state and scamsters, bleeding passengers to death with hidden fees, bad food or no food, oversold planes and worse.  By worse, many of the planes should never leave the ground and do so only in violation of common sense and in cases gravity itself.

Changing out broken planes is a norm.  This is why passengers who buy premium seats so often find themselves in the wrong part of the plane.  The plane they actually booked is broken down somewhere and they are on a “spare,” usually something abandoned out in the weather in the middle of nowhere for  a reason.

The other issue is the deterioration of common sense in America itself with Trump.

 

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8 Responses to "United Airlines Passenger Assault, the Wave of the Future"

  1. Andrew_Bukanov(Russia)  April 13, 2017 at 8:33 am

    Hm…. in my “barbarian” Russia it sounds strange. We have idiots among the passengers who fight like cats and dogs each other (99% drunk), but never such things like this.

  2. David Odell  April 13, 2017 at 6:51 am

    Boat travel is highly underrated. I used to think, when we would get live video communication around the world, that flying would be cut by 2/3rds. If the US has 27,000 commercial flights per day, at an average of 10,000 gals (double that for cross country) of kerosene per flight , that’s the exhaust of 270,000,000 gals sprayed into the air we breathe, every single day. I would cap air travel to 5,000 commercial flights within the US per day. All things can be good in proper moderation.

  3. JohnZ  April 13, 2017 at 5:28 am

    “At United, you can’t beat our prices but we sure can beat our customers.”
    The fallout from this has staggered United on Wall St. It has created a firestorm on the internet along wit angry biting comments and satire against United.
    What with the TSA gropers and now this, why would any sane person want to fly at all? I’m missing something here. I realize business demands that its little slaves flit from one end of the country and overseas but flying to get to granny’s house and having your autistic child tortured for two hours just for the privilege of visiting a relative or yuck, Disney World is beyond stupid.
    Americans truly are dumbed down, ignorant slaves to put up with this crap. You are getting what you deserve.
    Watch stolen…check
    Camera stolen….check
    Laptop stolen…check
    cash stolen….check
    Colostomy bag ripped away…check
    Elderly women sexually assaulted…check
    Number of terrorists apprehended…..0
    Money spent…….????!!!!!!

    • JohnZ  April 13, 2017 at 5:46 am

      By Tuesday, shares had dropped as much as 4.3% or $3.10/share, taking upwards of $950 million of market cap value away from the company based on 314 million outstanding shares.

    • paul becke  April 13, 2017 at 9:26 am

      I expect they told him, ‘Next time, it’s gonna be no more Mr Nice-Guy. We rendition you. OK?’

  4. Voratapoles  April 13, 2017 at 3:30 am

    Well and good up until the last line:

    “The other issue is the deterioration of common sense in America itself with Trump.”

    Get real. Common sense in America did not just start deteriorating 2 months ago, but rather two centuries ago.

  5. Eduardo  April 12, 2017 at 5:54 pm

    The future has arrived already. Customer are nothing but a paying herd and can be treated as desired or required. Soon, the ones complaining bitterly now are sitting in the same UA seats again and paying for it.

  6. ksp  April 12, 2017 at 3:15 pm

    I think the 159k Chinese troops are to block the NKs from fleeing to China when US starts bombing NK.

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