The Unz Review:ㅤBaltimore: The Boat Path of the Crashed Container Ship Makes You Wonder How They All Don’t Crash, by Andrew Anglin

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The Unz Review:ㅤBaltimore: The Boat Path of the Crashed Container Ship Makes You Wonder How They All Don’t Crash, by Andrew Anglin

28-03-24 04:20:00,

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Baltimore: The Boat Path of the Crashed Container Ship Makes You Wonder How They All Don’t Crash


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People are talking about the Baltimore bridge crash, as the media attempts to bury this story that is so embarrassing for the American system.

Some people think it was some kind of sabotage, while others believe it is a natural result of the diversity that has infested our industrial systems in America.

Personally, I do not have a strong view on this either way. The idea that it is more of what we are seeing at Boeing with DEI hiring is certainly plausible. But it is also a very specific event.

This gif shows the path of the crashed ship, which made the very big turn correctly and then made a small veer from where it was supposed to go and crashed:

It makes you wonder how these DEI people avoided doing this crash for so long.

However, the fact that boats go along this path every day and don’t crash,

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