Who’s that Foolish Monk dares to sit next to this beauty unless he’ll jump the plane before landing?
United Airlines treated an American professional woman who was booked on one of their flights as a second class citizen, in their effort to be accommodating to Islamists. Two Pakistani monks, being too pure to have contact with the “deplorable” and dirty female, asked the airline to move the woman out of their row. And they complied.
What is their opinion of their own mothers, one might wonder, who cared for them and in the process came into contact with them while they were growing up. Are they now, having received their religious indoctrination, aware of how filthy their own mothers are as well? The contamination would appear to be most thorough in the space between the left ear and the right ear of these two Pakistani infidel haters. They expect and demand the civilized Americans to accommodate their beliefs and demean half of our population in that regard, though they surely have a low opinion of the rest of us as well.
Mary Campos says her pre-booked ticket was given away by United Airlines. The reason? She’s a woman, and two men didn’t want to sit next to a female.
Mary Campos, of Coto de Caza, CA, told their local CBS affiliate that just prior to boarding a flight to Houston last Monday, she was met at the boarding area by a gate agent who handed her a new boarding pass.
“He said this is your new seat,” Campos said, “And I said, ‘Excuse me?’ He said, ‘I don’t know how to tell you this. The two gentlemen seated next to you have cultural beliefs that prevent them for sitting next to, or talking to or communicating with females.”
Campos told the reporter, “I thought I lived in a culture where women were equal to men.” She accepted her new seat assignment, saying she had no choice. She later wrote a letter to the CEO of United Airlines. She asked, in part, “What if I were handicapped, or transgender? What if your entire crew were female? Any belief that prevents individuals from interacting with females should not travel on commercial aircraft.”
How many accommodations do they demand in their “pure” lives? If they go to Wal-Mart and there are no males working the register do they demand a new register be opened? What if they’re approaching a toll on an interstate and the attendant is a female. Do they stop traffic and back up to the nearest available wholesome man. And what if that person only looks like a man but is actually wearing nail polish and identifying as something else. What do they do in an emergency situation like that?
The idiocy and bias wasn’t restricted to the two arrogant backward Pakistani third-worlders. Obviously the airline granted them their sexist requests, giving it legitimacy it didn’t deserve. But they didn’t have time to respond properly to the complaint of Campos until the news people go involved. Then they issued a predictable politically correct non-answer.
A company spokesperson said, “We regret that Ms. Campos was unhappy with the handling of the seat assignments on her flight. United holds its employees to the highest standards of professionalism and has zero tolerance for discrimination.” Zero tolerance means you don’t practice or permit something. Since United engaged in sex-based discrimination, those claims are patently false.
Noting that female flight crew members were not “allowed to serve” the backward Pakistani monks, Campos said, “We can’t discriminate against half the population for a belief from another nation.”
The infidel just doesn’t believe in diversity and tolerance, would be the liberal response from the caliphate promoting left. She more accurately doesn’t believe in hypocrisy or in Americans being treated as if they are second class citizens in their own country, particularly at the behest of some ungrateful, arrogant and hateful intruders posing as “religious” monks. The Pakistani monks were the ones who were intolerant, after all, making selfish demands that they expected to be met.
Campos hasn’t yet decided if she will sue the airline, it depends upon their handling of two demands she has of her own. United can apologize to every female who was on that plane, including their own employees and change their policy so there is no repeat of the mishandling. Absent those conditions being met, she says she’ll do whatever she has to do to protect women’s rights.
She’s protecting American’s rights and our Constitution as well. There are many Americans who will support her if she chooses to go the legal route. Money is the language that these overly “important” executives speak. It’s the only thing that gets their attention.
The Independent - 11 hours ago
A United Airlines passenger has complained of discrimination after she was moved to make way for two "Pakistani monks" who did not want to sit next to a woman. Mary Campos was leaving California on a plane bound for Houston when a member of the gate ...
CBS News - Sep 30, 2016
COTO DE CAZA, Calif. -- A Southern California woman said she is the victim of discrimination, CBS Los Angeles reports. Mary Campos said her pre-booked ticket was given away by United Airlines. The reason? She's a woman, and two men didn't want to sit ...
CBS Local - Sep 30, 2016
CHICAGO (CBS) — A California woman was given a new boarding pass when arriving last Monday at John Wayne airport for her United Airlines flight to Houston, because two men did not want to sit next to a woman.
'I thought I lived in a culture where females were equal to men:' Outrage as California woman gets new plane seat ...
Daily Mail - 3 hours ago
United Airlines allegedly changed a female passenger's seat due to the wishes of two male Pakistani monks, who didn't wish to sit nearby. Mary Campos, of Coto de Caza, California, described her ordeal in an interview with CBS Los Angeles, saying: 'I ...
Daily Caller - 5 hours ago
United Airlines forced a California woman to change her plane seat in deference to the “cultural beliefs” of two men from Pakistan, CBS News reported. Mary Campos said United gave away her pre-booked ticket because the two Pakistani men did not want to ...
OCRegister - 20 hours ago
Mary Campos was kicked out of her plane seat at John Wayne Airport on a Sept. 19 United Airlines flight after two men said they couldn't sit near a woman because of cultural beliefs. (Photo by Ed Crisostomo, Orange County Register/SCNG). By DAVID ...
Newser - 8 hours ago
(Newser) – A California woman is seeking an apology after she says United Airlines forced her to change seats because two Pakistani monks refused to sit next to a woman. "I thought I lived in a culture where women were equal to men," Mary Campos tells ...
WND.com - 5 hours ago
(London Independent) Mary Campos was leaving California on a plane bound for Houston when a member of the gate staff reportedly informed her that her pre-booked seat had been changed. “I don't know how to tell you this,” he said. He then explained that ...
Newstalk 106-108 fm - Sep 30, 2016
A woman in the US was given a different airline seat, after two men allegedly refused to sit with her. CBS Los Angeles reports Mary Campos pre-booked her ticket with United Airlines for a flight to Houston. However she says she was given another one at ...