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They want you boxed in, locked up, and trapped.
The reason you feel like a prisoner these days is because you are, effectively. Western governments don't want you traveling, because that gives you too much of a sense of freedom, and before the Chinavirus Plandemic, too many people were starting to get a taste of freedom - the rabble was getting too "uppity."
The Powers-That-Be which truly rule the world desire a world where only they and their fellow elites can travel the world, to any destination. You, on the other hand - the rabble, the plebes, the common trash that they would exterminate if they didn't need you to do their dirty work - they want you trapped within the confines of your provincial locale, unable (and even mentally reprogrammed to be unwilling) to venture beyond a radius they set for you.
They want to make you into their prisoner. Therefore, they have initiated this scamdemic to try and break you. It's the type of practices that authoritarian and tyrannical regimes in the second and third world commit against their own citizenry. Now, the so-called "First World" is doing the same to their own.
"Ryan Martin, a psychology professor at the University of Wisconsin-Green Bay... said a sense of entitlement is a common thread in displays of anger, however."
Yes, they are entitled. We are all entitled... to be treated like human beings. When you treat people as less than human, force them to wear useless masks, micromanage their behavior (They seriously expect people to put their mask back on between bites of food and sips of drink. Seriously.), and put a whole bunch of them into a pressure cooker environment, what do you think is going to happen? You play stupid games, you win stupid prizes - namely, you get a bunch of angry passengers that are out for blood.
"'We’ve seen lots and lots of example of people losing their cool and having what I would call tantrums in the last year, very publicly,' Martin said. 'Some of that may have modeled a way of dealing with problems for people that isn’t really a healthy, reasonable way to deal with problems.'"
Translation: As a member of the elite, any public behavior or organized action that I and my fellow elites do not approve of is a "tantrum," while any public behavior or organized action that we do approve of is "a principled stand on the right side of history, that's so stunning and brave!"
"B-b-b-but they're just doing their jobs!" some of you might say. The Nuremberg Defense has almost never been accepted by courts of law. It hasn't saved anyone from the hangman's noose, and it won't save you. Not to take a stand is still taking a stand, and God will not hold those who choose to stand on the sidelines blameless. When injustice and oppression are the rules, there's only one thing to do: Break the damn rules!
"Oh noooo, I can't do that! I might get in trouble!" Yeah, you might. You might also be recorded in the history books as one who ignited a revolution, and brought about positive change in the world. But if you're unwilling to stand up for what's right, and do the hard and right things, then you are no different from the purveyors of injustice and oppression, and you deserve their same destructive end.
The airlines brought this on themselves, and they are reaping what they sow.
It’s good to see more businesses making corporate jet travel cheaper and more accessible. I'm 100% in favor of that. Once you fly private, it's hard to go back.
The ability to fly faster and higher
A greater level of comfort that surpasses commercial first class - you can fold down seats and sofas/duvans to turn them into beds for a more restful sleep
Safety standards that match or exceed commercial airlines
The flexibility to fly when and where you want to, even smaller airports and runways that commercial jets cannot access
Increased levels of privacy, both onboard, and on the ground at business jet terminals/FBOs
More efficiency from turning a jet into an office in the sky - get lots of work done while globehopping
An abundance of choices to find the right jet for your needs, from ultra-light to large intercontinental
The freedom to travel with your pets
No luggage limits, unlike with commercial airlines
The folks at Jetex concur. In the age of COVID, a bonus benefit is that you don’t have to wear those stupid masks onboard! That alone makes private jet travel extremely attractive.
“OMG, I can’t believe how expensive these things are!”
True, they’re not cheap, which is why it may behoove you to consider a pre-owned jet. They can usually see many more years of life, and you can renovate the interior and upgrade avionics to modern standards.
The important thing to remember is that when it comes to buying a private jet, you’re actually buying time, in the form of a business tool.
If you don’t fly often enough to justify buying a jet, there’s other alternatives you may want to consider.
For example, there’s always private jet charters.
There’s also jet sharing and fractional ownership programs.
Whatever option you end up choosing, be sure you take all costs into consideration.
And whatever you do, absolutely DO NOT go it alone. Consult with experts who know what they are doing, and can guide you through the process.
Owning a private jet or making use of charters and fractional ownership can be an important tool in making your plans to Escape From The West. By freeing yourself from the restrictions of commercial air travel, you give yourself more options and greater mobility, as well as opening yourself up to more luxurious means of traveling the world.
Escaping From The West is about more than just leaving behind your old life. It’s also about taking those first steps into a better life.