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"BlondeAmber Post time: 2018-9-24 12:34|
The Family arrived in the middle of the night at the HOSTEL, not a hotel but a HOSTEL, which is much cheaper.
The hostel was full and the residents were all asleep.
The family were asked to leave - they did not.
The family began threatening the staff and behaved in a loud and uncivilied manner.
The police were called.
The police eventually had to remove the family GENTLY to the path - see video footage.
The son began screaming in English.
The family were removed to a place next to a subway station (which was opened 24 hours), that happened to be be next to a cemetry (a UNESCO site).
Women poilice officers carried the old couple - you can see this in the video. (hardly 'barbric')
It is common pratice for the police to remove troublemakers from the site of the problem and leave them at a distance (it was actually no more than 10 minutes by car)
congratulations for winning the Godwin award!"
I always thought that the Westerners' claim about 'dumb blondes' was a grossly unfair misnomer until today -- when I saw your post here.
Yes, you do deserve another Nobel peace prize from Stockholm for your Blond Amber alerts.
Please take another look at your own comments.
Don't they sound so innocent as to not to deserve two hoots? So why all the fuss and so much ado about nothing? Let's go one by one according to your reasoning process:
Your argument basically boils down to the following:
1. The hotel was a hostel, and so your much-ballyhooed human rights manifesto should be scaled down because it was cheaper for the three to stay there.
2. The hostel residents were all asleep and so the son shouldn't raise hell when he sensed that his dad was not given the right to rest in the lounge.
COMMENT: Did you know that the three couldn't stay in the lounge even when the son offered to pay extra for it? That's the sign of a pious Chinese son, not that of an unreasonable troublemaker trying to wake up the whole neighborhood -- which seems to be your emphasis here. if you own dad were gasping for air or having chest pains, would you be caring more about your neighbors' sleep or your dad's medical condition? The son was provoked because of his dad's heart condition secondary to the stress induced by the incident. I am sure the three would have left had they known a better alternative or if the 'hostel' had offered them help to get to one nearby for the few hours before the booked room became available for occupancy. It was because no such help was offered while they were only told to leave that raised the ire of the younger man.
3. The family didn't leave when 'asked' to do so. Of course they didn't leave. Why should they? They had booked a room there and weren't intruders. Why should they leave when the dad's basic need for warmth and safety hadn't been met at that hour?
4. The family began 'threatening' the staff, you say -- threatening with what? With Bruce Lee's sticks? The son probably got angry because the staff was not taking their job of accommodating his ailing dad as the top priority. You should have raised hell too. A true-grit American would even have sued them in their own court in America and won ten million dollars, and then asked the real-estate man to sanction the hostel owner and the Swedish police too.
5. The police were called and so you are claiming that they did the right thing by dragging the tourists off to their prowl car and kept on asking them if they were immigrants. FYI, no dragging could be deigned justified just because you judge it to be 'gentle,' my blonde pal. Would you let me drag your dad or your girlfriend into my bedroom like any good German should have done during WWII? So If I am 'gentle' that would justify the dragging act and you would let me do it to you? We are talking about tourists new to the country here, not some drug traffickers hoarding a ton of heroine.
6. Just because they were dragged to a UNESCO site justify the dragging, interrogating and abandoning them in the dark and cold Nordic country? Why weren't they taken to the warm police station and booked for disturbing the peace, if the officers thought they were making a rightful arrest?
The three could see that it was near a cemetery -- that's the scary part -- and they were abandoned there for at least half an hour before a passerby lent a hand.
7. You should be ashamed of yourself to downplay the abilities of female Swedish police officers -- that they cannot commit acts of barbarism just like their male counterparts can.
8. You think dumping foreign tourists at a graveyard ten minutes away by driving from the hostel justifies the barbaric act.
You can keep your hypocritic Nobel and Godwin/Godlose prizes and stick them up your own hot arse. We Chinese do not subscribe to your fake gods who have the indecency to allow you to repent your sins every seventh day to justify the evil that you do the other six days of the week.
The last question is all the proof that you need that this was indeed a barbaric act.
The Swedish government was asked to investigate the incident, and it refused. Why would they refuse if everything is as innocent sounding as you are depicting them to be here?
Instead, a Swedish TV station added salt to the wound by bringing up an ad insulting the Chinese people, and no apologies were given.
No wonder 80% of the Swedes were born outside of wedlock as late as the nineteenth century -- they are simply too cowardly to take up the responsibilities of life while too ready to take advantage of people who find themselves in an disadvantaged position -- like the old man in this incident.
And you are on their side?
Congratulations on your blondness and the stigmata with all the glory that accompanies it.