The WARNING against travel to Lebanon issued by the United Arab Emirates and Qatar on Saturday is well-deserved and should be emulated by many other countries. Many Western countries already have a ban or a warning (US, and others) against traveling to Lebanon.
These warnings and bans are well-deserved for a number of reasons:
1- Lebanon is today run by the Iranian terror organization Hezbollah and its poodles, like the demented fundamentalist Christian Michel Aoun and his family farm the FPM (Fornicating Prick Masturbators), or the feudal Homo Horribilis humanoid bastards of the northern highland clan of the Frangiyeh otherwise known as the Marada (or Shitters in the ancient Lebanese Phoenician language), and others.
Hezbollah runs the government and has established a police state in lebanon mirrored on the Syrian Baath Party. They watch everyone, they control everything, and everything in Lebanon is today focused on saving the ass of the Baath regime of Bashar Assad in Syria. Why? Because if Assad falls, then Hezbollah's lines of weapons, money, terrorists that have been pouring in since the 1980s, would be cut off, and Hezbollah can no longer export its terror from Lebanon to the world.
2- Any money that tourists bring in to Lebanon is siphoned into funding the terrorist activities of the Hezbollah government. For Hezbollah runs enclaves that the Lebanese army cannot enter, that Hezbollah has been digging roads and installing private communications networks over private and public land unhindered by Lebanese state institutions, Hezbollah pilfers electricity - which is rationed by the way to 8 hours for the average citizen - and pays no bills to the State, Hezbollah has been buying - with Iranian money - lands in the Christian mountain hinterland very similar in scope and outlook to the Jewish settlements in the West Bank for the sole purpose of Islamizing Lebanon even further and continue weakening the Christian community by forcing its people to emigrate; Hezbollah has tens of thousands of missiles stashed in the south along the Israeli-Lebanese border, ready to inflame Lebanon the moment Israel attacks Iran's nuclear reactors...
3- The Lebanese people are basically stupid. They see no farther than their pockets. They will sell their country for a dollar, which is what their ancestors the Phoenicians also did: They sailed around the Mediterranean, selling and buying and establishing colonies, but never wrote one text - the Hebrews left us the Bible, the Greeks left us the Iliad, the Sumerians left us the Epic of Gilgamesh, the Babylonians left us the Code of Hamurabi, the Egyptians left us all their ancient texts and monuments, but the Phoenicians wrote not one single book...they just made money. And the Lebanese are exactly the same today... They have 18 religions and one god, which is money. And so, faithful to their modus operandi, the Lebanese have been selling their country to the filthy Arabs from the Gulf. The Lebanese work as chauffeurs and butlers and maids to the Gulf Arabs, yet they will all claim to be superior to everyone else. No principle will ever stand between the Lebanese and money.
Therefore, Arab Gulf tourists are not really welcome. They are in fact, hated, by the Lebanese. Consider the fact that these filthy Gulf Arabs come to Lebanon for the libertine ways: alcohol, women, etc... which they don't have ion their socially repressed countries. Now inside Lebanon only the Christian areas offer these freedoms, not the Muslim areas. So the Gulf Arabs come to spend their money on the booze and the women of the Christian Lebanese. In other words, the Lebanese Christians prostitute themselves to their own enemies for a few bucks.
Hence, I ask that Western tourists starve the Lebanese of this money. Perhaps they might learn to live decently, honestly and within their means, rather that whoring themselves to any jackass under the sun to make money.
4- Western tourists should should not spend money in Lebanon the Lebanese do not respect their environment: trash, garbage, pollution, filthy beaches - in fact there are no public beaches in Lebanon: all ocean front property has been stolen by the politicians and their wealthy cronies where they have built enormous resorts catering only to the rich and the fucking "exclusive" beautiful people, while the vast majority of the Lebanese people cannot go to the beach. In Lebanon, you will not find what is normal in many other countries: A simple road, leading to a simple beach, where you park and walk down to the beach. NO. In Lebanon, you drive in hours in horrendous traffic, in congested pollution, to arrive at a heavily fortified gated resort where you have pay an arm and a leg to gain access to a beach, provided the bouncers at the gate like you and allow you in.
So why in the world would anyone go a Hezbollah-infested, dirty and polluted and congested country where religious fanaticism and corruption are the highest in the world, and where Westerners can get kidnapped or murdered by any one of a number of terrorist organizations that are openly anti-Western? Remember the 7 Estonians last year? If you are into "reality tourism" and want to experience the thrill of spending one year chained to a radiator in a filty and hot basement in the southern suburbs of Beirut or in the Bekaa Valley, then by all means, come to Lebanon. But make sure to read the horror stories written in several books by the former Western hostages of Hezbollah from the 1980s, so you know what to expect.
Otherwise, welcome to Lebanon, the land of filth, corruption, saints and holy men and women of all brands, land of primitive religions and religious barbarity, and have fun.
The United Arab Emirates and Qatar on Saturday urged their citizens
to avoid travel to Lebanon, where clashes linked to the conflict in
neighboring Syria have left 10 people dead.
"The UAE Foreign Ministry has urged citizens not to travel to Lebanon
until the tense security situation there is cleared," it said in an
English-language statement carried on state news agency WAM. The advice has been issued "to guarantee the safety of its citizens,"
senior foreign ministry official Issa Abdullah al-Kalbani said in the
statement. Kalbani also called on "citizens currently in Lebanon to leave the
country, and in case they have to stay back for any unavoidable reasons,
to contact the UAE embassy in Beirut" to give their whereabouts and
Qatar issued a similar warning due to the "unstable security situation" in Lebanon, its news agency QNA reported.
Sectarian clashes in the northern Lebanese port city of Tripoli over
the past week have left 10 people dead and sparked fears that the deadly
revolt sweeping Syria since March 2011 could spill over into Lebanon.
Tension between the Sunni and Alawite communities in Tripoli has been
fueled by the uprising and the arrival in the area of thousands of
Syrian refugees fleeing the violence in their country. Clashes broke out last weekend after the arrest of a Sunni Islamist
on charges of belonging to a terrorist organization. His supporters say
he was targeted for helping Syrian refugees. Since the outbreak of the uprising against Syrian President Bashar
al-Assad in March 2011, Tripoli has become a safe haven for activists
and thousands of refugees.