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Disgusting Video Shows What Happened on Saudi Arabia Inaugural Flight

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Recall all of the sanctimonious outrage from Democrats following reports that President Donald Trump allegedly described some less than desirable to live in nations as “s***holes,” and how they essentially argued that no nation deserves such a disparaging moniker.

But the blunt truth is, some nations really do fit that description, at times due to the rampant corruption of their governments, other times due to particularities of their predominate culture — and it is OK to call it out when it is true.

For example, check out this story from the U.K. Daily Mail in September of 2016, which showed the horrendously vile condition a passenger jet was left in after a short flight from Jeddah, Saudi Arabia, to Addis Ababa, Ethiopia.

Someone on board the inaugural flight of the brand new Airbus A330 operated by Saudia Airlines whipped out a cell phone and captured the disgusting state of the aircraft’s interior following the two-hour-and-40-minute flight.

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The footage began outside of the aircraft’s aft lavatory, which had some sort of material wedged in front of the door to sop up liquid that was leaking out.

Inside the bathroom, the floor was completely wet and bits of toilet paper were strewn all about. The person recording then closed the door and proceeded to walk down the trash-littered aisle toward the front of the plane, where things got really messy.

Outside of one of the forward lavs, a brown stain that was most likely feces was smeared on the floor. A glance inside that bathroom revealed more fecal matter and bits of toilet paper on a soaking wet floor as well, according to the U.K. Express.

The person recording then shifted to a third bathroom on the plane, which featured a big lump of apparently human excrement sitting on the edge of the toilet seat, as well as standing water on the floor which indicated the toilet had been clogged up and overflowed.

The video had initially been shared to Facebook, but that post has since been removed or hidden away behind protective settings.

Unsurprisingly, there were plenty of negative comments from users on social media regarding the absolute mess discovered on that plane after only a brief flight from Saudi Arabia to Ethiopia.

Incredibly, the English-language Arab News reported at the time that an unnamed source at Saudia Airlines had blamed the mess on the fact that most of the passengers on that jet had been Ethiopians being deported back to their home country.

Regardless of whether most of the passengers on the aircraft were from Ethiopia, Saudi Arabia or any other nation in the region, the simple fact remains that the interior of the brand new plane ended up being the epitome of a veritable “s***hole” following the conclusion of its inaugural flight.

Sorry, folks, but there are countries that can fit Trump’s alleged description for a variety of reasons, but at least in part because the people that live there have different cultural norms than ours — including in regard to basic hygiene.

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But by all means, let’s ignore this and invite everyone to bring their cultural norms over to the U.S. with them, so Democrats won’t call us racist — until the next time they decide we are all racists.

Please share this on Facebook and Twitter so everyone can see what a brand new plane looked like after a two hour and 40 minute flight from Saudi Arabia to Ethiopia.

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Ben Marquis is a writer who identifies as a constitutional conservative/libertarian. He has written about current events and politics for The Western Journal since 2014. His focus is on protecting the First and Second Amendments.
Ben Marquis has written on current events and politics for The Western Journal since 2014. He reads voraciously and writes about the news of the day from a conservative-libertarian perspective. He is an advocate for a more constitutional government and a staunch defender of the Second Amendment, which protects the rest of our natural rights. He lives in Little Rock, Arkansas, with the love of his life as well as four dogs and four cats.
Birthplace
Louisiana
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American
Education
The School of Life
Location
Little Rock, Arkansas
Languages Spoken
English
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