From the late 1950’s to the early 1990’s I traveled the world. I went to the USSR in the early 1980’s and got to see the Soviet disaster up close. The same is true for Cuba in the late 1990’s. I got to Eastern Europe, The Czech Republic, Slovenia and Hungary as the Iron Curtain was falling. I was in South Korea before it started to grow economically and in Malaysia before Islam started on its global path of domination. I was in Singapore when it was still a British outpost. In Kabul when there were only dirt streets.
The point I’m making is that I spent long periods in parts of Europe that today are cesspools of Arab immigration and national centers of Jew hate. I would not spend one of my dollars on those backward looking neo-nazis swamps.
The world has changed dramatically in such a short time. In the late 1970’s and early 1980’s I was the darling of the European ‘new business movement’ from Western England, to Amsterdam to Lyon to the whole country of Sweden. I was asked to give speeches, talk at universities and organize workshops in how to build a small business network. Everyone seemed to understand the need for new small businesses to grow the economy and I was the man to look to.
I was treated as royalty. Introduced to all the government movers and shakers, the business consultants and I was entertained in elegance.
Today, I would be forced to insult everyone. Why do you hate Jews? How can an intelligent person like you support Hamas and Arab hatred? How can you separate your views from those of the Third Reich? Why is your government so blind to the pervasive self destruction and hatred of commerce that I now see everywhere?
Travelling in Europe would be pretty awful for me now.