A still-unidentified man aggressively attempted to convince fellow airplane passengers that Jesus was, in fact, a black man. He actually threatened to kill all of the passengers if they did not accept Jesus as black and also as their savior. Passengers and crew members were able to quickly subdue the man during the plane’s ascent right after takeoff.
Episode Of Random Insanity?
The Alaska Airlines flight was leaving Seattle-Tacoma (SEA-TAC) airport with a destination of Chicago O’Hare. However, the man was behaving so erratically that the plane had to turn back around and land in Seattle. The passengers deplaned and caught other flights to Chicago and the erratic man was arrested. The million-dollar question here is… where did all of the man’s angst come from?
Is it just a coincidence that the well-known race huckster Shaun King called for statues of “white Jesus” and “white Mother Mary” to be removed because they should be black instead? Then there is the abundance of recent episodes of assault on religion in general in the United States, specifically Christianity. A man crashed his vehicle into a church, with parishioners inside, and set it on fire. Another man burned a statue of Mother Mary in Boston. The list goes on.
Follow The Breadcrumbs
The man in the Seattle airplane incident could just be a crazy person and not necessarily a person who is driven by a political motive. He could just be a run-of-the-mill meth tweaker from Seattle. That notion would make more sense at a different time. At a certain point, patterns of behavior begin to crop up in a place and the natural thought process is to assume that they are all linked.
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