Friday, June 12, 2020


Here on Life with Lynnie (LwL), there is something I feel I need to let you know about.

Just so you know... the original article I planned to use, had been remove from the internet.  However, I was glad I found another article about the same issue.

Here is the that is entitled, US fines Delta $50,000 for booting off 3 Muslim passengers

Hopefully, you clicked on that link... and read that article.  I'll share some of what was stated (I copied/pasted):

Delta Air Lines is being fined $50,000 for ordering three Muslim passengers off planes even after the airline's own security officials cleared them to travel.
Delta denied that it discriminated against the passengers in two separate incidents but agreed it could have handled the situations differently, according to a consent order released Friday by the U.S. Transportation Department.
The department alleged that Delta violated anti-bias laws by removing the passengers, and ordered the airline to provide cultural-sensitivity training to pilots, flight attendants and customer-service agents involved in the incidents.

Here is more of what was stated (I copied/pasted ):

The government did not explain how the size of the fine was determined but said that it “establishes a strong deterrent against future similar unlawful practices by Delta and other carriers.”
Delta disagreed with the government's contention of discrimination, but “Delta does not dispute that each of these two incidents could have been handled differently,” the government said in the consent order.
Delta said that in both cases, it acted based on the passengers' behavior, not their identity, and its employees acted reasonably. In the case of the Alis, one of the complaining customers identified herself as a retired safety inspector for the Federal Aviation Administration, the airline said.
The Atlanta-based airline said that after the 2016 incidents it improved its procedures for investigating suspicious behavior to make it “more collaborative and objective.”

To me, it was terrible about what was done to Delta.

I have flown with Delta a lot.  Not just me... alone.  But, also when my deceased husband was alive.

In the past, when my husband and I were flying home... Delta thought about refusing a couple of Muslims... that seemed dangerous to many people waiting to fly on Delta... but... Delta allowed them and kept them onboard the plane.

If Delta felt the same during this issue in this article... they would have allowed them to fly on that flight, instead of having them wait until the next day.  So, it seems they needed time to check them out.

But even waiting until the next day... didn't refuse them to fly on Delta.

So, to me, it seems that Delta was hurt financially, but also hurt sinfully.

And, I believe the USA government should realize that it was sinful about what that Muslim couple requested... and was approved and done by the government.

After all, as I have mentioned in the past, the Islamic god... is satan… and... is NOT our God.

So, we all truly need to become Christian... and read God's Word... the Bible.

For if whoever had allowed that to happen to Delta, had been Christian... they would have realized about not allowing sin.

Thinking about that, made me think about Ephesians 6:11, "Put on the whole armour of God, that ye may be able to stand against the wiles of the devil.".

Amen!  Put on the whole armour of God, that ye may be able to stand against the wiles of the devil.

Yes, everyone needs to put on the whole armour of God.

To understand and arrange it... read the Bible.

For if you do, you will be educated and aware about what you need to do.

As I mentioned before, I read the entire Bible every year.

If you haven't read the Bible, begin reading the book of John, in the New Testament portion of the Bible... and read to the end of the Bible.  Then begin reading the entire Bible by reading the book of Genesis… in the Old Testament... and read to the end of the entire Bible.

If you do, you will understand about putting on the whole armour of God.

And it would be a blessing to you.

Until next time...

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