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[quote:Thor's Hamster:MV8yMDEyOTk3XzMzODMwNTczXzg0QjJGQQ==] [quote:Thor's Hamster:MV8yMDEyOTk3XzMzODMwNDk4XzgxNzJDQ0I=] [quote:Anonymous Coward 25304181:MV8yMDEyOTk3XzMzODI5MzA0Xzk1NDRBQjE2] [b]Saudi:[/b] At the airport check in they went through my personal diaries. They asked me to tear up some pics of Madonna in pop garb. A pic of my girlfriend wearing shorts. Also a couple of magazines containing bikini pics. All the buildings are [b][i][u]ALIKE[/u][/i][/b]. Meaning that goddamed ARCH. No creativity no design, no variety anywhere. Its all arches and black ghoul women. The islamic arch EVERYWHERE. IT psyches you out. Everything here is geared for mind-control. You want to see how fascism really looks, go here. Maybe the devil did win out on some poor planet somewhere , and DID convert that whole planet into an islamic hell hole, but if you go here, you get an idea how that timeline future will look like here on Earth. Within two months they made me terrified to look at girls. You can go to jail if you so much as look at women. Loving religion? Lol. Within a year I was a pale shadow of myself. They had washed my mind, full and complete. Took me ten years to de-program and de-traumatize myself. That was how I came to know Islam thoroughly well. There isn't a peaceful side to it. Its just a sham, the forces lie in the dark , teeths showing, while the 'freindly ' people outside lure you in. Its a giant demon creature. Whether it Morrocco, Turkey, Malaysia, Brunei, Maldives, ....all same. Hydra in disguise. Be afraid . This is not a demon you should take lightly. [b]Dubai:[/b] Soulless, like the poster above mentioned. [i]Islam[/i] , no matter where it goes, it creates a soulless, lifeless environment. At first I thought that this soullessness actually was good and maybe if you adhered to Islam you would find some good stuff deep in. But no, its soulless down there. And [i]darrrrrkk.[/i] ANd there is something else there too. Forboding, menacing, and licking its lips. Hate Dubai to the core. Will never go there. Its nice if you are withing a shopping mall, and within your freinds circle. But suddenly you hear about the British tourist who was arrested and flogged for kissing on the beach. The Dubai Sheikh has a facebook page. Even if he writes "I just took a dump in the royal loo" , within a couple of minutes he gets 30,000 'likes'. Asslicking, and greedy money based people abound. This place is the Illuminati money dump. [b]Maldives:[/b] Nice place. Island resorts. Nice freindly people. Great sea food. But islamic. Worth a single visit, but there are other places too. Seychelles, Mauritius, Hawaii. Goa is pretty good too. The Indians there are geared to work with foriegn tourists. The food is simply awesome. Goan beer, fish curry rice, and a moonlit beach is great! [/quote] Great post. When I flew into Riyadh a few years ago, they have ARRIVING passengers at the airport put their bags through the x-ray machine. I had a bottle of wine that I'd bought in the Beka'a Valley of Lebanon. They asked whose bag this was? I said mine. They asked for my passport and then had me follow a guy to a room where there was another guy with a sidearm sitting behind a desk doing paperwork. He didn't even look up. After a little bit, a few more Saudi military types came in and one of them spoke broken english. He was asking me what his superior was telling him to ask him. Where did I get the bottle? Why did I bring it into the country? I explained that it was a souvenir from Lebanon. (I make no excuses, though. They have laws in their country. No alcohol. I brought it in. I was wrong. And I told them that. But I was trying to salvage the wine lol). I then asked them if I could pour out the wine and keep the bottle. This struck them as particularly curious. They started looking at the bottle. Then the main guy had the translator ask me, "What's so special about this bottle?" LOL I knew this wasn't going to turn out in my favor. I told them it was a souvenir, but i knew it would fall on deaf ears (and understandably so. They were just doing their job). Also in their defense, no voices were raised, no guilt trips, no talking down to. It was pure professionalism. Anyway, long story short...I paid a $37 USD fine (the wine cost me $11 LOL), and they "wrote me up". I have a copy of my "wrong doing" or whatever they call it. It's all in arabic. It makes for a good story. They were cool, actually. Bottom line: I broke their law. [/quote] And no offense to any Saudis who might read this, but Saudi Arabia is pretty sterile, too. But it's fascinating in the same way North Korea or Turkmenistan is fascinating -- it's so different. There are some Nabatean ruins (same people who built Petra in Jordan) in the west of Saudi Arabia, north of Jeddah. There's a very cool Saudi Aramco Museum in Riyadh.Tells the history of oil in Arabia, and the American ties to it. Well done museum; not just for Saudi Arabia, but it's nice even by western standards. Saw the square in Riyadh where they give "the big chop". At the center of the square, the tile groundwork sort of angles down toward a grating. That's to drain the blood. Good times! :) But as a visitor, it's not my place to judge another country. Just to observe. Women and men in Saudi Arabia had separate entrances to some restaurants. In Jeddah, which is a little more liberal, it's a little bit more "western". Also, Jedda sits along the coast of the Red Sea. I saw some Saudi families -- man, woman, and children frolicking in the surf. The women were all wrapped up in their black robes and head wraps LOL That was different. [/quote]
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