Jeff Bezos, the owner of Amazon and founder of the space travel company Blue Origin, will be one of the travelers on the New Shepard, the company’s first manned flight. And a petition on Charge.org seeks not only for Bezos to go into space, but to stay there as well.
This petition has already been signed by more than 16,000 people (at the time of this publication) and assures that Bezos is nothing more than Lex Luthor, disguised as a supposedly successful owner of a digital store. But in addition, it is ensured that the creator of Amazon has the aim of world domination that has been associated with entities and organizations of questionable reputation.
“Jeff has been with the Epsteins, with the Knights Templar, and with the Freemasons to rule the planet,” they write. But in addition, “he was also with flat-earthers and all this while the governments just watched, doing nothing.”
Although it is not a serious request, in this type of action there is always something of reality behind the humor. Bad or bad, Jeff Bezos has been in question for quite some time, especially because of the labor practices that have been discovered by Amazon.
Because of course, it is one thing to have a very pro-consumer policy, but quite another is what happens behind the scenes of the company’s warehouses. The accusation that their employees should urinate in bottles, although it was denied at first, finally ended up being accepted since, in their opinion, they referred only to their workers in the storage centers and not to their drivers.