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Tuesday, September 20, 2016

Converged beyond belief

A few weeks ago, it became apparent that AirBnB was fully SJW-converged, as they announced plans to try to keep homeowners from being able to discriminate with regards to who was permitted to stay in their homes. But they're even worse than one might imagine:

Airbnb ‏@Airbnb
We believe in a world where you can #BelongAnywhere. Today there are millions of displaced refugees in need of belonging somewhere.

Airbnb ‏@Airbnb 13 hours ago
We stand #WithRefugees -- the millions who have had to leave everything behind, including their homes.



What a creepy pro-invasion image. HERE COME THE DEVIL ZOMBIE PEOPLE! And they're going to STAY IN YOUR HOUSE! I've never used their service before, but taking this stance guarantees that I never will. If you Belong Anywhere, you belong nowhere, to no one.

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OpenID aew51183 September 20, 2016 4:45 AM  

They're being BTFO on twitter. I almost feel sorry for them. I imagine some naive, fresh-faced college kid who is absolutely clueless signalling her virtue (this definitely reeks of "her") and getting back a face full of REEEEEEEE

Hopefully it hardens her a bit.

Blogger Phillip George September 20, 2016 5:39 AM  

Without exception every single SJW is generous with other people's money and lives.

Other people being raped, murdered, dispossessed is no big deal. But invade their safe space with single he/ she/ his/ hers and they scream sexism victimhood till they can scream no longer.

One realist, recently said about the Calais refugee city, "and who is going to look after their sexual needs?"

To the SJW the refugee is just another abstraction. In other words, they don't give a shit. It is the exact diametrical opposite of 'respect'. Cloth them in virtue, they don't give a shit about human suffering.

Blogger Sillon Bono September 20, 2016 5:44 AM  

""To the SJW the refugee is just another abstraction.""

They are the means to further their virtue signaling empowerment.

Blogger CurlyQ September 20, 2016 5:56 AM  

Going to put to task several virtue signaling cretins constantly whining about their pets.
If they love them so much, then they should arrange to have them and let me know how it goes. Bonus for society if they meet their demise.
Thanks AirBnB!!!

Blogger #7139 September 20, 2016 5:57 AM  

HERE COME THE DEVIL ZOMBIE PEOPLE! And they're going to STAY IN YOUR HOUSE!

NO! Fire! Kill it with fire!

Blogger residentMoron September 20, 2016 6:09 AM  

First it was a "service" to help people rent out their spare accommodations.

Now it's an overbearing imposition, forcing you everyone to behave the way some SJW arsehole thinks they should.

Do they really think people will keep paying to be dictated to?

What the fuck is wrong with these people?

[/rhetorical]

Blogger pdwalker September 20, 2016 6:22 AM  

Well, I hear there is room in the market for an AirBnB replacement, one that won't force you to rent out your place to some barbarian who'll shit on your floors and trash the place.

Blogger YIH September 20, 2016 6:25 AM  

Martìn ‏@PurpFrog69 15h15 hours ago

@Airbnb never using your service again
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Airbnb Help ‏@AirbnbHelp 10h10 hours ago

@PurpFrog69 Hi Martìn, we're here to help. Please DM us your email and more info if there's anything we can follow-up on.
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#noeffenclue

Blogger Mr.MantraMan September 20, 2016 6:26 AM  

Can we sign Scalzi up

Blogger residentMoron September 20, 2016 6:30 AM  

So Oma Merkel is in the news saying she might have made a mistake letting an army of savages in the door.

But her regret is that Germans are not ready to be hospitable to alien rapacious murderous invaders, so basically it is not her fault.

IOW, her error was that she underestimated the resistance of the German people.

And her apology is not then to the Germans, but to the Globalists.

Fucking traitor.

Anonymous dagwood September 20, 2016 6:41 AM  

The silhouettes of the people in the picture are all white Westerners (look at the hair and the clothes.) I'm confused about what this is -- is it a parody of Airbnb or is it some sort of ultra-meta weird advertising sarc?

Anonymous Oye September 20, 2016 6:46 AM  

"If you Belong Anywhere, you belong nowhere, to no one."

Would serfdom be a solution to the refugee crisis?

Blogger CM September 20, 2016 6:55 AM  

How much of this was instigated by Pope F claiming we should let them in our homes?

2 good things... after they rape and murder your neighbor, you will have one less idiot in your neighborhood and the non-idiots will carry out mob justice with pitchfork and rope.

Anonymous dagwood September 20, 2016 6:58 AM  

"We believe in a world where you can #BelongAnywhere -- except for squatting on the couches and floors of our corporate offices."

I think the solution is to claim that all Whites are refugees from the refugees, and that all White countries are simply refugee camps for White refugees.

Anonymous SciVo de Plorable September 20, 2016 7:00 AM  

If you Belong Anywhere, you belong nowhere, to no one.

It was inevitable. Unrootedness is Airbnb's business model, and they propagated the globalist aesthetic (since of course there had to be one).

Blogger Cataline Sergius September 20, 2016 7:01 AM  

AirBnb was started by a couple of programmers in SF, trying rent out a spare room.

AirBnb was born fully converged. Those guys are the typical Silicon Valley billionaires you see...well on Silicon Valley.

Anonymous dagwood September 20, 2016 7:04 AM  

Why aren't the refugees put in refugee camps? They aren't supposed to be permanent residents or citizens or immigrants; they're supposed to be getting temporary safety until the crisis they fled from resolves, and they can go back to their dear homes which they loved so much. They should be offered only safety, not comfort or a "new life" in Niceville. Permanent resettlement is not compassion, it's genocide.

Blogger residentMoron September 20, 2016 7:14 AM  

@17 Dagwood

If you proposed forcibly moving them from the 3rd world to the 1st world "for their own good", then you'd be guilty of ethnic cleansing and genocide.

But when they invade and rape the 1st world, then it is compassion.

See how that works?

Anonymous VFM0265 September 20, 2016 7:15 AM  

You're absolutely right of course, dagwood, but reports in from Germany last week (i believe Zerohedge has the story) show these "refugees" using the stolen tax money of Germans being used for vacation funds! It so awful in the countries they "fled" from, that they're using the money to fly back for Holiday. I hope Oma hangs FIRST.....damn Volksverräter.

Blogger FALPhil September 20, 2016 7:30 AM  

@17 Why aren't the refugees put in refugee camps? They aren't supposed to be permanent residents or citizens or immigrants; they're supposed to be getting temporary safety until the crisis they fled from resolves, and they can go back to their dear homes which they loved so much.

Exactly. And why are those camps not in the region of the world where the refugees come from so it will be less of a logistical problem to repatriate them.

I thought this was a great way to look at solving the "crisis":
https://mishtalk.com/2016/09/18/missing-ingredient-to-solving-the-refugee-crisis-common-sense/

Blogger Leatherwing September 20, 2016 7:39 AM  

AirBnB gets all the attention because they are fairly new, but there are other services that have been around longer and do essentially the same thing. I've used VRBO (Vacation rental by owner) and like it. Homeaway is another option that is older than AirBNB.
It's always good to know about their competition if you want to avoid AirBNB.

Anonymous Sazerac September 20, 2016 7:47 AM  

Maybe the refugees belong in SF?

I'm sure the founders have some spare rooms at their home, unless ofcourse these have already been given to the illegal immigrants they welcome in as well.

I wonder which group is higher on the victim pyramid.

Blogger pyrrhus September 20, 2016 8:02 AM  

@5 HERE COME THE DEVIL ZOMBIE PEOPLE! And they're going to STAY IN YOUR HOUSE!

NO! Fire! Kill it with fire!

Definitely safest, since they carry bedbugs and other nasty stuff....

Blogger Cecil Henry September 20, 2016 9:00 AM  

'A world where you can belong anywhere'...

Except for White people. Who then can't belong anywhere, or have their own nations, and their OWN futures.

Such rhetoric is a lie.

Anonymous Jack Rote September 20, 2016 9:29 AM  

How would they implement it? Is there no right of refusal on AirBNB, or are they thinking of a "blinded" system where only the owner is blinded?

Suspicious timing?

http://www.cnbc.com/2016/09/20/george-soros-to-invest-500-million-in-help-for-refugees-through-his-open-society-foundations.html

Blogger Aeoli Pera September 20, 2016 9:49 AM  

I also support putting millions of refugees in San Francisco. We can build a wall around it.

Blogger Aeoli Pera September 20, 2016 9:51 AM  

Oh wait, AirBnB meant they "stood" (in San Francisco) "with" (in flyover states) "refugees" (muslim men of fighting age).

Blogger Aeoli Pera September 20, 2016 9:53 AM  

I suppose they think they're safe because living costs are high enough in SF to keep out poor people. Fools, that only works on white people.

Anonymous BGKB September 20, 2016 10:28 AM  

Ok is this the image ABNB put out or criticism of them its getting hard to tell now?

Maybe the refugees belong in SF? SF & NYC both decriminalized shitting in the streets

Blogger Rez Zircon September 20, 2016 11:09 AM  

I can hear them thinking: If we require people to open their homes to ANYone, we can also require them to open their homes to "refugees".

FOAD, AirBnB.

Anonymous Supertankers of Deplorable Spartacus September 20, 2016 11:53 AM  

pyrrhus wrote:NO! Fire! Kill it with fire!

Definitely safest, since they carry bedbugs and other nasty stuff....


Come to think of it, who in their right mind would want to stay in an AirBnb room AFTER the refugee stayed in it? How can they know which room that was? Best for everyone to avoid using any AirBnB service, for health reasons.

A phone app could help locate these AirBnB disease pits, both for public safety and for real estate valuation.

Anonymous Supertankers of Deplorable Spartacus September 20, 2016 12:02 PM  

Airbnb ‏@Airbnb
We believe in a world where your diseases can #BelongAnywhere. Today there are millions of displaced TB bacteria, lice, STDs, and bedbugs in need of belonging somewhere.

Airbnb ‏@Airbnb 13 hours ago
We stand #WithRefugees -- the millions of viruses, bacteria, and bugs who have had to leave everything behind, including their hosts.

Anonymous FP September 20, 2016 12:38 PM  

Next up, the Feds requiring people to rent out their homes/bedrooms to refugees or pay a high tax to avoid it. The Home-Carbon Tax.

Blogger ChickenChicken Sweep September 20, 2016 2:06 PM  

@26 - I also support putting millions of refugees in San Francisco. We can build a wall around it.

That's a pretty good idea. Just have to wall off the peninsula (maybe around the 380) and tight access controls on the Bay Bridge and Golden Gate, and viola, complete isolation!

Anonymous Stick September 20, 2016 2:17 PM  

"A few weeks ago, it became apparent that AirBnB was fully SJW-converged, as they announced plans to try to keep homeowners from being able to discriminate with regards to who was permitted to stay in their homes. But they're even worse than one might "

Homeowners can discriminate all they want. They just can't do so using AirBnB

Blogger James Higham September 20, 2016 3:02 PM  

Any thoughts I ever had about doing it now out the window.

Blogger dh September 20, 2016 4:20 PM  

Homeowners can discriminate all they want. They just can't do so using AirBnB

That remains to be seen. I think if you offer any commercial lodging you are going to have to comply with the CRA provisions on non-discrimination. The Justice department has essentially extended those protections, via OCR regulation, to all sorts of new groups (like Transsexuals and others with gender identity issues).

Anonymous Godless Infidel September 20, 2016 8:29 PM  

Completely converged and in bed with the Clinton crime family machine.

"Kim Rubey is the global head of philanthropy and social good at Airbnb, where she leads the company's work to utilize the power of the Airbnb community and the resources of the company to impact communities around the world. In this role, Rubey oversees all of Airbnb's philanthropic efforts including its disaster response program, charitable contributions, volunteer and service oriented programming, and social good product integrations. Rubey joined Airbnb in 2011 as the global head of communications and led strategic planning for major company initiatives such as Airbnb’s launch in Cuba. For over 20 years, Rubey drove communications strategies for leading technology companies, political campaigns, and government agencies. Prior to joining Airbnb, Rubey held senior communications roles at Yahoo! and eBay; in 2004 she served as the communications director for the vice presidential nominee for the Kerry-Edwards campaign after working on several Democratic campaigns. Rubey lives in San Francisco, California and serves on the board of directors for StoryCorps and the advisory board for Georgetown University’s Institute of Politics and Public Service."

https://www.clintonfoundation.org/clinton-global-initiative/meetings/annual-meetings/2016/speakers

Blogger Owen September 22, 2016 3:20 PM  

AirBnB sucks. I've rented with them before as a host and a guest, but it's becoming more of a pain. Also, their competitors suck: VRBO is useless unless you pay to be moved up in the rankings. Flipkey/TripAdvisor fees are higher, and their UI sucks. We're leaving AirBnB. This is the last straw. They let a criminal on to their web site and our place was burglarized. If I can't rent my place to a known good customer, or independently, will just take it off the market. There is definitely room for another competitor! The way it works now (to answer a previous poster's question) is that you have a choice now to do "instant book" which allows guests to do just that - book instantly. Or not -i.e. you give them the once-over before you agree to rent. It appears that AirBnB is promoting instant book because peoples be racist and shit, and sometimes refuse a black or other minority customer. But there's more to it than that, as they should know: ratings, intuition, where they've stayed before, etc. Did instant book for a while but had some problems....you can make more money that way but is it worth the risk? Now I think not.....

Blogger world entertainment September 24, 2016 3:13 AM  

AirBnB sucks. I've rented with them before as a host and a guest, but it's becoming more of a pain. Also, their competitors suck: VRBO is useless unless you pay to be moved up in the rankings. Flipkey/TripAdvisor fees are higher, and their UI sucks. We're leaving AirBnB. This is the last straw. They let a criminal on to their web site and our place was burglarized. If I can't rent my place to a known good customer, or independently, will just take it off the market. There is definitely room for another competitor! The way it works now (to answer a previous poster's question) is that you have a choice now to do "instant book" which allows guests to do just that - book instantly. Or not -i.e. you give them the once-over before you agree to rent. It appears that AirBnB is promoting instant book because peoples be racist and shit, and sometimes refuse a black or other minority customer. But there's more to it than that, as they should know: ratings, intuition, where they've stayed before, etc. Did instant book for a while but had some problems....you can make more money that way but is it worth the risk? Now I think not

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