Apparent Cyber Attack Cripples British Airways – They’re Using White Boards to Post Flight Info

Andrew Anglin
Daily Stormer
May 27, 2017

White Boards!


Sucks to be you.

The Sun:

BRITISH Airways have cancelled all flights from Heathrow and Gatwick airports until 6pm after their computer systems were brought down across the entire world.

Angry passengers on social media have said that their flights aren’t taking off, that there are huge queues at check-in, and that they can’t use the app or website.

There were reports of BA staff telling disgruntled passengers trying to get away for the Bank Holiday weekend that the company was under cyber attack but this has been denied by the airline.

Passenger Jo Josson said: “Officials are telling us there has been a cyber attack against BA’s systems. Even the tannoy is affected.”

Another, Michele Andjel, said a British Airways flight captain announced: “It appears to be a cyber attack.”

It doesn’t matter if it is or isn’t a cyber attack. The point is that even if it was an accident, it could have been a cyber attack.

The boomers who wanted to save pennies by making everything that exists 100% dependent on digital systems created a situation where if they ever did start a war with Russia, everything would just be immediately crippled.

I mean, entire electrical grids can be shut down, and in a lot of situations, they wouldn’t even be able to get them back up without completely redesigning them, which could take years.

The fact that the West isn’t even considering this as they do their little parades in Poland and Estonia shows that the people running our countries are not simply insane – they’re also stupid.