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There’s an alarming concern looming in our skies. One brave pilot has raised a red flag about the dangers now present, attributing them to the COVID-19 vaccine. We’ve all noticed odd occurrences lately – pilots falling ill or even dying mid-flight. It’s hard to dismiss these as mere coincidences. A British Airways pilot is adamant that it’s not, and she’s ringing the alarm bells. Her warning? The COVID-19 vaccine could be putting us all at risk every time we board a plane.

Popular X user The Vigilant Fox shared this post:

Pilots Warns of Airline Industry Disaster Due to COVID-19 Vaccines

Captain Shane Murdock, a pilot for more than 40 years, has found official data that back up his claim of impending global catastrophe:

• There was a 272% rise in mayday calls in 2022, with a 386% surge in early 2023 (see chart).

• There was also an unprecedented 126% increase in flight restrictions due to medical limitations.

Murdock thinks some pilots are ticking time bombs and claims many are not declaring ill-health. He said:

“They are not reporting brain fog, heart flutters, and dizzy spells because they don’t want to lose their jobs.”

Cpt Murdock thinks lack of action can have only one result. Many planes make emergency landings because of pilot incapacitations. He warned:

“Disasters will occur, and both aircrew and the traveling public will die unnecessarily.”

The full article by Sally Beck is powerful. We encourage you to read it and get yourself informed on what’s really going on up in the clouds. You can find the complete story by clicking here.

Revolver also recently covered the phenomenon of looming disasters in the skies in our piece entitled “Crash Landing: The Inside Scoop About How Covid and Affirmative Action Policy Gutted Aviation Safety”.

An excerpt:

While the disturbing decline in aviation safety is complex and multifaceted, we identified two major contributing factors that have received scant media attention. The first such factor is the likely contribution of disastrous COVID-era policies to the staffing shortage of many air traffic control rooms. The second factor is that aggressive affirmative action policies implemented during the Obama administration have resulted in a catastrophic collapse in the quality of controllers. In short, COVID policies have gutted the quantity of air traffic controllers, and diversity policies have gutted the quality of air traffic controllers, creating unprecedented danger for the aviation industry.

The implications of these findings reach far beyond the scope of aviation, as important as this industry is. Rather, the collapse of the aviation industry must be understood in the context of a broader collapse in our ability to maintain the infrastructure of a First World society.

Jared Taylor had even more details on this disturbing phenomenon in a piece entitled “Think Twice Before You Fly: A ‘diverse’ air traffic controller could kill you”.

An excerpt:

Air traffic controllers work for the FAA, or Federal Aviation Administration, which is part of the Department of Transportation. Too many controllers are white. And so, in 2012, our black president, Barack Obama, ordered our Hispanic transportation secretary, Michael Huerta, to order the FAA to solve that awful problem.

Secretary Huerta ordered a Barrier Analysis Report.

You see, if there aren’t enough blacks or women it is always because of malicious barriers. The very first sentence of the report says that the secretary “made an historic commitment to transform the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) into a more diverse and inclusive workplace that reflects, understands, and relates to the diverse customers we serve.”


The racism detectors found what they were looking for. White people – and Asians – were scoring too high on the controller aptitude test, called the AT-SAT. And they were getting better! “More troubling, there is evidence that the percentage of people scoring 85 or higher on the AT-SAT in certain RNO classifications – that means “race and national origin” – has been steadily increasing over the last three years at a higher rate than others.”


So, in 2014, the FAA ditched the AT-SAT – which it had used for decades – and told all the people who had scored 85 or better and were waiting for a job offer that they had to take a brand-new test, called the Biographical Assessment.

This was an online personality test of 114 questions. It asked such things as: The number of different high school sports you played. The number of college credit hours you had in art, music, dance, or drama. Whether you had a job in any of the last three years. It was graded pass/fail, according to mysterious, never-acknowledged criteria.


But wait. There’s more. “Black Union Lobbied For New Air Traffic Test, Then Helped Its Members Cheat On It.”


The black coalition had been screaming loudly for the new test. The trouble is, the test couldn’t come right out and ask “Are you black?” That would be too blatant. Instead, it asked about art and sports, and black test-takers might give the wrong answers. The Inspector General of the Department of Transportation found that the FAA fed the right answers to the black coalition, which fed them to black test-takers so they could cheat (and, of course, lie, if they had taken art and played no sports). It’s a crime to cheat on a federal exam or help someone cheat, but there was no punishment. This guy, Joseph Teixeira, resigned from the FAA, and the cheating scandal disappeared like the morning mist.

It’s a must-read, and you can read the rest here.

We don’t know about you, but we find all of this highly disturbing. In our first-world clown empire run on affirmative action instead of meritocracy, it’s an open question whether or not we will be able to keep the planes up in the sky in the foreseeable future. Back when Martin Luther King, Jr. had a dream, we doubt it involved planes falling out of the sky, thanks to fifty years of the Civil Rights regime combined with a common cold “pandemic”.