Airlines are corporate policy enforcers

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2 thoughts on “Airlines are corporate policy enforcers

  1. dirtybenny

    The idea that international corporations including airlines are privately owned and run is comical. The lockstep response to CV-AI reveals the international government/corporate power structure of Empire for what it is.

    Walmart, FedEx, UPS, Amazon, Uber, Whole Foods, CNN, FoxNews, New York Times, MIT, Johns Hopkins University, CVS, Walgreens, Trader Joe’s, Starbucks, KFC, McDonald’s, and airlines are nodes and tools of Empire. The facade of private ownership for these corporations echoes the Gate/Microsoft, Jobs/Apple, Zuckerberg/Facebook, Musk/Tesla techniques of draping a false narrative over the aggressive machinations of Empire. This is also what the predator has done with ancient architecture, “natural” disasters, physical illness, 9-11, space, the story of wars, and “history” itself. Constructing unbelievable false narratives to “explain” all that can be seen in plain sight.

    This shrouds the identity behind the curtain and undermines the suspicion of motive for corporate/government action. They just want to make money, right? That is the motive…… of those that print, control and distribute the money.

    This is why these “private” corporations are giving away money, beer, donuts, ice cream, transport tickets, sports tickets, strip club tickets, etc to trick men, women, and children to take a poison into their body. The hive always relentlessly pursues its goal. It also deceives by re-enforcing the false notion that if one works hard and has ingenuity, one could become “successful” and own a wealthy company. And if Johnny or Erica works really hard, they could grow up to be the President of the United States. Typical of Empire to encourage children to pursue materialism and governmental power, misdirecting and shrouding them from their true power.

    1. YouCanCallMeAl

      Another word for this is fascism. When there is no rule of law, but corporate policy dictates our action anyway, with no response from government – its obvious.

      This is the direction of travel – no law, but lots of policy. Say what you like, but you will be deplatformed if you express ‘hate speech’. And what it hate speech? The policeman inside your head will tell you.

      The best description is communitarianism – global tyranny applied locally. No legal basis is required, the rule of law is written out of the script. Its about feelings, being nice to others, and they’ve been told what ‘nice’ is – and you’re not it!


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