Skip to comments.Deputy Consul General Of Israel Allegedly Forced Out Of Uber Ride (Trunc)
Posted on 05/04/2018 7:57:57 AM PDT by Boomer
Full Title: Deputy Consul General Of Israel Allegedly Forced Out Of Uber Ride For Speaking Hebrew On Phone.
CHICAGO (CBS) The Deputy Consul General of Israel to the Midwest, Itay Milner, says he was ten minutes into his Uber ride on Lower Wacker Drive Thursday night when he was thrown out by the driver.
Milner wrote in a Facebook post, I just had the worst experience of my life. I was just thrown out of an Uber in the middle of the highway only because I answered my phone in my mother tongue.
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“Let me tell you about these two guys from the Mideast. They don’t know each other but both end up coming to Chicago.....Why Chicago?....That’s a whole other story.”
There is one good thing about the Islamic cult. The kill by far more Muslims than any other group and there is one service they offer to the world, their membership in the death cult identifies people you would otherwise not suspect are evil.
Whats the deputy council general of Israel doing taking an Uber ride?
Uber uber alles. Thanks Boomer.
Damm racist Amish...
“Milner wrote in a Facebook post, I just had the worst experience of my life.””
Really? This guy’s from Israel and this is “the worst experience of” his life?
Bibi needs to bring this guy home and put him on the front lines.
yes, but they reproduce like bunnies and with all the cousin-marriage, have similar IQs as well
they are inherently bigoted against all religions. Its in their writings and throughout their history.
So would it then be fair play for uber customers to cancel out on uber drivers who show up and who happen to speak Arabic?
I have never used Uber.
Can I request a non-arabic driver?
Can this driver be properly fined and ticked for forcing his passenger out in an unsafe location.
If youd like to be on or off, please FR mail me.
Uber is offering a public service. Hard to imagine that's not actionable, though in Chicago perhaps not.
It’s the most convenient. All you need is the phone app.
I know its convenient. Still, I would expect someone with a rank equivalent to assistant ambassador to have his own transportation (and perhaps even security)
Uber, being a leftist company if I remember right, will probably give him a raise and/or a bonus.
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