Comes the avalanche

Word is getting out that the problems with airline cancellations in Florida is not, as reported by the controlled propaganda outlets, due to bad weather and staff shortages.

Different airports in Florida experienced flight delays and cancellations on Friday due to bad weather and, in some cases, staff shortages.

According to the Federal Aviation Center, a Jacksonville facility needed additional staff for managing air traffic and did not resume normal operations until 10 p.m. on Friday.

The FAA released the following statement on Saturday regarding flight delays and cancelations.

“Due to a combination of severe weather, active military training in the airspace, and unexpected limited staff at the Jacksonville facility that handles high-altitude, en route traffic, the FAA took steps to safely manage air traffic the evening of Oct. 8. Normal operations returned at approximately 10 p.m.”

Here’s what they don’t want you to know:


Regardless, it is confirmed that there were 10,028 worldwide flight delays and 2,428 cancellations yesterday. The normal daily number of the latter is 329. And check out the Jacksonville weather report for October 8th. No precipitation, 72 degrees, 5.1 MPH wind. What sort of “severe weather” is that? (h/t Vox Day)

I just saw a rumor that Nabisco is walking out too. Too bad for anybody that had been hoping to travel.  Too bad for a lot of things as this grows, as it will.  It is going to be awfully inconvenient, but civil disobedience and mass non-compliance is the only non-violent way to bring down the Revolutionary Junta in DC and their puppet masters in Beijing.  Revolutions are big inconveniences to the status quo.  Counter revolutions are big inconveniences to the people, and ultimately a bigger inconvenience to the wanna be Revolutionary Heroes.

The Heroes of the Counter Revolution are standing up.

Let’s go, Brandon!

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