“Slave seating” airline plan opens new opportunities for slavers, military

A new patent jams more people into a plane than the best slave ships

A new patent jams more people into a plane than the best slave ships

SLAVERY — A patent for jamming more people into airplanes promises to bring new opportunities to the slave trade as well as terrifying new kinds of warfare.

“This patent won’t mean anything to the real slavers in Eastern Europe and Asia, who exist outside of the law,” said law economist Harry Bluementhal. “But the patent will produce trillions of dollars in military contracts for a Boeing troop transport aircraft, the Freedom Airliner, capable of carrying over 1,000 soldiers a day in supersonic intercontinental flights.”

“This opens up military invasions on a scale never before imagined!” said General Angstrom H. Troubador of the Reaganomics Institute. “A full scale land war deploying the full might of the United States could crush ISIS out of existence forever, and for cheaper than ever. Once we have the Freedom Airliner, the world will be much, much smaller for the United States military. Everywhere will be our back yard.”

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3 comments to “Slave seating” airline plan opens new opportunities for slavers, military

  • th3j35t3r

    I am still irrelevant thanks to you kids. I’ll get youse and your cats too.

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  • shaggy watkins aka the prince of pedos

    i have had a good few “slaves ” in my time. but the best ones were jo the pro and the tranny i had a suck job off. brings back some memories i can tell you as specially the ones of jo,s massive arse. like walking on the moon it was !!!

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