Skip to comments.What do you do in the middle of a hijacking?
Posted on 09/18/2021 4:24:48 AM PDT by MtnClimber
We've had a long time to think about it. Now it's time to act.
On the 20th anniversary of 9-11, Kylee Zempel over at The Federalist published a poignant reflection titled "Would you have stormed the cockpit?" Through the lens of that question, she examined the character necessary for the passengers of Flight 93 to take on terrorists armed with box-cutters and bombs. She further asked what sort of culture instills that character. It was a powerful piece. But it left unexplored the imminent reality that every American is already facing the same situation today.
For decades, the enemies of civility have long marched through America's institutions. The cockpits of corporations, professional associations, trade unions, charities, NGOs, political parties, and government bureaucracies have been invaded by people intent on destroying our world. Those who have poured out their talents and treasure to make these institutions strong are suddenly astonished to find themselves aboard so many missiles aimed at the heart of America.
For too long we have reacted to this situation like the hijacked hostages of old: staying calm and waiting for the professionals to act. But America is beginning to realize that the good guys have been neutralized. Their self-policing mechanisms have, themselves, been co-opted so that malignant behavior is no longer punished by forced resignations, firings, and public humiliation.
(Excerpt) Read more at americanthinker.com ...
The terrorists are steering the ship.
Attack after getting a few homies to join in. Sooner is better. Kill ‘em all.
Kill em hard enough, that all of their offspring are killed too.
You recently said something along these lines.
Kill em hard enough, that all of their offspring are killed too.>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
When the flight attendants, gate agents, airport security, and even the janitors all work for the hijackers, the cockpit isn’t the place to start.
America has been hijacked. Who’s willing to storm the cockpit?
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