Man Banned from Airbnb over Email Criticizing Company's Support for Race Riots


An Airbnb customer who wrote an email complaining about the company's support for extremist groups was banned by its executives in retaliation.
In the email chain provided to National Justice, a man who used the service heavily and had perfect reviews expressed concern for his own safety as a white conservative renting from the platform after Airbnb announced it would be providing half a million dollars to Black Lives Matter. He interpreted this as an endorsement for the group's violence against people and property.
The corporation refused to take any of his concerns seriously and instead targeted him personally by deactivating his account until he changed his political views to line up with the company's ideology.
After expressing confusion and reiterating his original complaint, Airbnb permanently banned his account.
Airbnb's Jewish CEO, Brian Chesky, is a Zionist activist who rejects BDS and invests heavily in Israel, while at the same time using his company's monopoly to impose "woke" policies. They have previously denied people service based on their political beliefs, which appears to be a company policy growing more extreme by the minute, Chesky's employees are also expected to engage in institutional left-liberal activism in favor of his fringe views on race, sex, immigration, and other issues.
Chesky, who is worth $3.1 billion dollars in his role as a parasitical middle man, made his money by getting around hard won concessions by labor unions in the hotel industry, thus playing a direct role in exacerbating wealth inequality. The company is fanatically pro-open borders, which makes sense as property owners often save money by subcontracting cleaning to poorly paid illegal aliens.
Most ironic of all is the role Airbnb plays in pricing minorities out of their own neighborhoods. One study in New York City found that Airbnb practices have increased monthly rents by an average of $380 dollars, and $700 in other cases.
Areas studied like Bed-Stuy and Harlem are historically black and brown, but thanks to Chesky, the natives in these communities can no longer afford their rent due to largely Jewish speculators buying up the housing stock for Airbnb related short-term rentals.
In other words, they raise the black power fist with one hand while picking the pockets of citizens with the other.
Years ago it would've been unthinkable for a hotel to deny service to someone because of their personal views. The new gig economy has not only hurt working people economically, its robber-barons wish to control our minds as well.

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