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Why I Will Never, Ever, Go Back to the United States

by Niels Gerson Lohman, Liberty Blitzkrieg:

I have been cursed at a Chinese border. In Dubai, my passport was studied by three veiled women for over an hour and my suitcase completely dismembered. In the Philippines I had to bribe someone in order to get my visa extended for a few days. Borders, they can be tough, especially in countries known for corruption.

But never, ever, will I return to the United States of America.

– Excerpt from a must read article by Niels Gerson Lohman

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4 comments to Why I Will Never, Ever, Go Back to the United States

  • chris

    Another commie pinko terrorist blogger who thinks he’s entitled to honor his dead father’s trumpet playing by going to New Orleans. What an idiot? Yes, it’s sarcasm. Let’s hope the young man calms and realises that once you get past the assholes, there is a beating heart. Sure, it has arrhythmia… a pretty sick murmur… but there’s still a heart. I’m certain Lohman should take a second look.

  • Sergio of the Jungle

    Entering the US via LAX recently wasn’t “LIKE” I entering a third world country; I “WAS” entering a third world country. Holding on the tarmac for 1/2 hour because we landed at 6.30 and customs or TSA or ground staff didn’t start till 7.00am. Corralled like cattle for two hours in a hallway because TWO aircraft landed at the same time, overloading the system! Scanned and finger printed like a criminal before being released into the Camp LA.
    Drove through a run down city to get to the hotel. Went to the famous Venice Beach only to be assaulted by the grime and tacky sunglasses and t-shitrt shops, shuttered houses and filthy streets. At each airport, the monotonous drone of warnings to one’s safety over the Public Address Systems, the lines of compliant “free” people undergoing compulsory suspicion checks, their faces wearing the look of tired resignation. The masses of homeless in Seattle, L.A. Milwaukee, Chicago. The only modern and active city of those mentioned was Seattle but the obvious homeless and unemployed men and women milling about in the city centre markets was astounding. A local friend and guide had to explain the numbers milling about listlessly, to me. America is the litmus paper of the world’s health and it sure isn’t a pretty sight. Wonderful people being scammed by the dual assault from the Hydra of government and bankers. We are all in the same boat, mind you. It’s just that the glittering ideal plastered onto the psyche of Americans by the propaganda machine of the education system and TV, is veiling the reality of what’s all around them.
    The answer is to overload the system with demands. For instance, my brother and his colleagues of air crew were being targeted by security at airports. He as well as others thought that it didn’t instil public confidence if they (aircrew in uniform) were being publicly searched for bombs etc whilst going through the security systems at airports. They demanded private screenings (as is the public’s right) to the point where it overloaded the check points as it demanded that there be two security staff on hand in the private room where the screening took place. They were soon ignored because all staff were angry about it, demanded change and got it because flights were delayed because of the processing time. Demand a private screening when next you go through your security check. Just say you are embarrassed to go through the public process.

    • chris

      I hear ya. I disagree that America is the litmus paper for world health. I prefer to think it has become the toilet paper (used) test. More shit per capita than anywhere.

  • dave

    well just to add to the sheet pile, worked with a foundry powersupply tech, our company had bought some new powersupplies and this guy was their best field tech to go though those units, he had just come back to the states from china, guess they have a lot of foundry stuff being built over there, anyway, this guy during conversations was telling about this being his last time back to the states, and told about his nightmares with TSA ect, and that they had thrown his tools and electronic test equipment on the floor one too many times, since they managed to break his fluke scope he had, said he was selling everything here, and headed back to Singapore, said life was surprisingly better there, and might move somewhere in Europe later one, but said he was done with the us for now,

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