New Travel Services For Racial Protesters Launches

by on 26/05/15 at 5:38 am

Ebony Air flight attendant Lastisha Jones said most passengers liked the house wine MD 20-20 with their fried chicken.

Ebony Air flight attendant Lastisha Jones said most passengers liked the house wine MD 20-20 with their Kentucky Fried Chicken dinners.


The all black crew had problems with everyone being at the back of the plane.

The all black crew of Ebony Airlines had problems with everyone being seated at the back of the plane.


CLEVELAND – (satireworld.com)

Thanks to pioneers in the race-hustling industry like Al Sharpton, protesting racial crimes in our country has become big business. Many of the same people who were protesting in Florida after the death of Trayvon Martin, have surfaced as racial activists in Ferguson, Baltimore, and now Cleveland. Magical destinations all, but how are all these unemployable people and career agitators getting around to all of these racial hot spots?

It’s been tough to please the angry, racial traveler until now. Enter Racialocity and TripAgitator.com, a subsidiary of TripAdvisor.com.  Some readers might have already started seeing the new Racialocity commercials featuring a small gnome who carries a molotov cocktail.  If you don’t give him a good rate, you’re racist!

Say you’re a racial activist who doesn’t want to have any “crackas” within ten rows of you on the plane as you jet around from protest to protest. Those other travel booking services just can’t cater to those needs. Kayak can only guarantee you three rows “honky free.”

And after a full day or night of rioting and looting, you need your rest. But who can rest if you have to see whitey everywhere? Racialocity allows you to block off entire floors of your hotel so you don’t have to accidentally run into some dumb, white bitch on your way to the ice machine in the middle of the night. Now that’s peace of mind.

Deep discounts will be reimbursed to airlines and participating hotels from the Department of Justice’s Racial Division division.

*Some restrictions apply: Must enter coupon code during reservation process. Codes are available from the Dept. of Justice, the Democratic mayor of the protest city, Jay-Z, or the State Prosecutor’s Office.  **Race Card must be shown at time of check-in for hotel reservations. All weapons must be stored off premises for the night.



2 Responses to “New Travel Services For Racial Protesters Launches”

  1. Bargis

    May 26th, 2015

    good one! Evil strikes again

  2. Philbert of Macadamia

    May 26th, 2015

    Was that Comrade Obama in first class reading the Daily Worker while sipping a Black Russian?

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