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"Aftershock" Everest Earthquake 2015 (Netflix)

 
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"Aftershock" Everest Earthquake 2015 (Netflix)
Just watched it.

Covers the events during, and after, the Earthquake back in Nepal 2015.

Covering the best, and absolute worst of humanity.

Three Israelis were lucky to get off the Mountain alive.

When others were helping the injured, and wounded, the Israelis were going through locals belongings breaking in to a locked Box, and filling a Bag with Cash.

They returned to the main group with the bag of Cash. And were surprised at the disgust and offence they caused. The locals were enraged. When the Bag was emptied the photograph ID of a dead local fell out with the Cash. The locals reported this to the dead Mans brother.

The locals attacked the Israelis with Rocks, the Israelis thought they were going to be killed.

When a military Helicopter arrives the Israelis demand to be the first people evacuated in fear for their lives, but are left behind.

The Israelis had a satellite phone they had kept secretly hidden from the main Group. That could have been used to benefit all. They secretly phoned requesting armed soldiers come quickly to evacuate them.

They left a woman who was injured to almost certain death, just leaving her alone with a Blanket.

These Guys were the worst of humanity.

When the Main Guide was told about the Satellite Phone during the interview he was disgusted and said as much.

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The worst thing about these three Israelis. Was they clearly couldn't see what they had done was wrong.

Even during the interview and reflecting on their actions. You could see they were arrogant, and felt affronted at being challenged.

There has just been a major Earth Quake thousands are dead. Many people are trapped and suffering, and everyone alive is helping others. And there they were going through the rubble of people homes breaking in to locked boxes, with the attitude they wont be needing this money any more.

One of the Israelis during his interview blames the Earthquake for the locals reacting they way they did. Then quickly realizing he was blaming them, quickly adds, and what i did.

Stealing is a big deal in their religion.
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Taking advantage of people, stealing money and demanding the military protect them from the backlash? Instead of “aftershock” they should have called it “I’m not shocked”
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Getting ready to watch something on NF. Was it good?
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Did the Israeli give it back?
Don't think they did
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Getting ready to watch something on NF. Was it good?
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It was actually.

These Guys actions were the pits.
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Taking advantage of people, stealing money and demanding the military protect them from the backlash? Instead of “aftershock” they should have called it “I’m not shocked”
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Did the Israeli give it back?
Don't think they did
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Do they ever?
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Did the Israeli give it back?
Don't think they did
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They had no choice.

They nearly started a riot on Mount Everest literally.

I have met Nepalese people over the Years, and many Buddhists. They are always good peace loving people. Who never have a bad word to say against anyone.

For them to be so fucking angry.

As you and I, and many other people, they failed to comprehend the actions of these Guys. To the Nepalese their actions amounted to sacrilege/crime/theft.

After watching I think the Nepalese did really well not to cave all of their Heads in with Rocks.
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Taking advantage of people, stealing money and demanding the military protect them from the backlash? Instead of “aftershock” they should have called it “I’m not shocked”
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It dosent break any stereotypes that is for sure.

Many watching will likely have similar sentiments.
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Taking advantage of people, stealing money and demanding the military protect them from the backlash? Instead of “aftershock” they should have called it “I’m not shocked”
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It dosent break any stereotypes that is for sure.

Many watching will likely have similar sentiments.
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Stereotypes exist for a reason ...

Generally on a Bell Curve they reflect the Peak Middle of the part of the curve that is visible, sadly ... NOT the exception.
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I, too, watched the documentary today. It’s not that clear cut what happened. If they were really trying to steal money, why would they put the money in a clear plastic bag along with picture IDs and photos of the villagers, and then carry it into the village for all to see? Also, I did the Everest Base Camp hike in 2019. While there are great people in Nepal, I also met some of the more despicable people in Nepal during my world travels. I didn’t believe everything they said in that documentary, especially that village leader. They aren’t as noble as you think.
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I, too, watched the documentary today. It’s not that clear cut what happened. If they were really trying to steal money, why would they put the money in a clear plastic bag along with picture IDs and photos of the villagers, and then carry it into the village for all to see? Also, I did the Everest Base Camp hike in 2019. While there are great people in Nepal, I also met some of the more despicable people in Nepal during my world travels. I didn’t believe everything they said in that documentary, especially that village leader. They aren’t as noble as you think.
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I, too, watched the documentary today. It’s not that clear cut what happened. If they were really trying to steal money, why would they put the money in a clear plastic bag along with picture IDs and photos of the villagers, and then carry it into the village for all to see? Also, I did the Everest Base Camp hike in 2019. While there are great people in Nepal, I also met some of the more despicable people in Nepal during my world travels. I didn’t believe everything they said in that documentary, especially that village leader. They aren’t as noble as you think.
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Watch the documentary. I guarantee I’ve traveled more of this world than you ever will. The Nepalese are not saints. I personally heard Nepalese at Base Camp threatening to rape white women. I did not believe everything the villager claimed in the documentary. And the Israelis were well aware that they did something wrong and regretted it, but it’s not clear cut they were looting. Personally, I don’t think they were. It was a huge misunderstanding during the worst day of these villagers’ lives.
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It was a huge misunderstanding during the worst day of these villagers’ lives.
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Israelis have a tendency to end up with other peoples property after huge misunderstandings, ask the Palestinians.

Ask the crew if the USS Liberty about that “misunderstanding”.
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I, too, watched the documentary today. It’s not that clear cut what happened. If they were really trying to steal money, why would they put the money in a clear plastic bag along with picture IDs and photos of the villagers, and then carry it into the village for all to see? Also, I did the Everest Base Camp hike in 2019. While there are great people in Nepal, I also met some of the more despicable people in Nepal during my world travels. I didn’t believe everything they said in that documentary, especially that village leader. They aren’t as noble as you think.
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Watch the documentary. I guarantee I’ve traveled more of this world than you ever will. The Nepalese are not saints. I personally heard Nepalese at Base Camp threatening to rape white women. I did not believe everything the villager claimed in the documentary. And the Israelis were well aware that they did something wrong and regretted it, but it’s not clear cut they were looting. Personally, I don’t think they were. It was a huge misunderstanding during the worst day of these villagers’ lives.
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I, too, watched the documentary today. It’s not that clear cut what happened. If they were really trying to steal money, why would they put the money in a clear plastic bag along with picture IDs and photos of the villagers, and then carry it into the village for all to see? Also, I did the Everest Base Camp hike in 2019. While there are great people in Nepal, I also met some of the more despicable people in Nepal during my world travels. I didn’t believe everything they said in that documentary, especially that village leader. They aren’t as noble as you think.
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I am not sure what their long term intentions were with that Bag of Cash.

I dont think it really mattered to the locals what their intentions were with the Cash.I know if it had of been me,and
quite possibly you.We would have been enraged.There is a major Earth Quake that has killed thousands,devastated the Country.And these Guys come back with a Bag of Cash from a locked suit case in a devastated property.

It is how it appeared that mattered.

Even during the interview i felt they never really grasped the gravity of what they did with feelings running high.Was it a cultural fail,i dont know.

I know i wouldn't have done it,i know you probably wouldn't have.

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