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  • ross1948 17:12 on September 9, 2020 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , easyjet, , Nasty air passengers   

    EasyJet Berks, Cheered On By Braying Asses! Pay Up! 

    Did you see that EasyJet jackass on the news, bullying a passenger on the plane over the masking issue?

    Holidaymaker Nick was travelling from Jersey to Gatwick when the crew on the plane rejected his exemption card. Face coverings are mandatory on UK public transport, but some travellers are exempt, due to health conditions..

    easyJet Hiring Requirements


    Worse, the mob of baying, jeering turds ( fellow-passengers!) egging on the pathetic uniformed clown with delusions of storm-troop grandeur, as the victimised man protested that his medical condition made him an authorised exception?


    EasyJet should pay up, compensation for humiliation!

    I’d start the bidding at fifty thousand quid!

    Do I hear more?

    • JazPen 17:43 on September 9, 2020 Permalink | Reply

      I saw that. Make it a hundred thousand, and public shaming of the Easy Jet bully.


    • Diana 17:46 on September 9, 2020 Permalink | Reply

      Terrible way to treat anyone. Talk about herd immunity, this was herd of hyena mentality.
      It reminded me of that terrible story when the idiot passengers took the side of the rapist being deported and the deportation was stopped.
      What has happened to the British concept of fair play!


    • Jacko 23:32 on September 9, 2020 Permalink | Reply

      That’s a rotten way to treat anybody.


    • Vicki 16:46 on September 10, 2020 Permalink | Reply

      Shocked that anyone could behave so badly. Compensation
      . Free flights for life, why not?


  • ross1948 14:41 on February 23, 2016 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , easyjet, , Morrisons, , Tesco. Sainsbury's,   

    UK People Power V Big Biz Bias – Boycott Easy Jet! 

    Sainsbury’s, Morrisons and Tesco have all concluded that backing a vote to stay in the EU could deter customers…http://www.theguardian.com/politics/2016/feb/22/brexit-eu-referendum-top-firms-sign-letter-times-pro-eu-shell-easyjet-bae-systems-supermarkets-sainsbury-morrisons-tesco

    These companies have shown respect for the democratic process by observing that the choice of whether to stay in the EU was one for the British people.



    That’s a brief extract from a Guardian report which shows how people power can thwart the political prejudices among the big business elite in the UK.

    It’s worth a read, so YOU, British readers, can curb the supranationalist mind-set which puts money-grubbing before patriotism.


    Hasil gambar untuk big business Brussels


    Of course any businessman is free to vote Yes or No on June 23rd, but they should not seek to represent themselves as the voice of either customers or share-holders.


    EU - referendum vote

    One of the ( arguably few) positive steps taken by Conservative Governments since Maggie has been the restriction on trades union bosses using members’ money on politicla causes which many or most of British working men and women have no interest in or even strongly dislike.



    The same should go for the other side of the commercial equation.

    Check out who’s boosting the Brussels lobby in the coming vote, and BOYCOTT companies like EasyJet, whose chief executive is among the Europhiliacs listed on the report! And tell them what you’re doing and why!   http://www.easyjet.com/en/help/contact-us/email

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