Tijuana byNatu®e //Matt Jalbert
In June 2012, CNN produced its list of the World's 10 most hated cities
If CNN was being honest, all of the ten would be either cities in the USA, or cities occupied by the USA?
Here is the CNN list:
1. In the number one position is Tijuana in Mexico
The negative attitude of much of the public to Tjuana is somewhat unfair, as CNN points out!
According to BajaInsider.com, Tijuana had a lower murder rate and fewer carjackings than Philadelphia, in spite of having a police force a third the size.
And, as CNN fails to point out, it is the CIA which has given Mexico its big problem with drugs.
Mexican official: CIA 'manages' drug trade - Aljazeera
2. Sydney and Melbourne.
CNN makes clear that it is mainly the people of Melbourne who hate Sydney, and vice versa.
The Economist ranked Melbourne the “World’s Most Livable City” with 97.5 points. Sydney came in sixth in this same survey with 96.1 points.
3. Paris, France
The waiters are rude, the prices are high, there was no support from France for the invasion of Iraq, and the USA tried to topple De Gaulle... (OUR SECRET GOVERNMENT)
De l'autre côté, Sarkozy and Hollande supported the CIA's Arab Spring.
As CNN relates, the public have mixed reactions to gay Paris.
4. Timbuktu in Mali
CNN sees Timbuktu as "a stifling, sand-strewn cluster of shabby buildings staving off desertification."
CNN fails to mention THE CIA IN MALI
Mali now has a CIA-al-Qaeda-controlled north.
"This center-less megalopolis sloppily carved into about 90 sub-cities, over 20 ailing freeways, countless area codes and a half-million strip malls with mediocre Thai food...
"Tourist traps like Hollywood are a total bummer.
"So are earthquakes, race riots, traffic pileups, smog reports, constant sirens..."
Did anyone mention the CIA-Pentagon influence in Hollywood?
aangirfan: DAVY JONES AND THE CIA
Lima By jerome92
6. Lima, Peru
CNN admits that Lima, like most Third World cities, can be interesting on the edges.
“If you’re prepared to delve into the nooks and crannies of this massive city, then you can find plenty to admire,” blogs one Lima supporter...
According to Time Out, in its defense of Lima, it’s no wonder people overlook “Latin America’s best-kept secret.”
Jakarta is the biggest city in the Southern Hemisphere, and is much more fun than Bangkok.
7. Jakarta, Indonesia
CNN refers to "this sprawling city choked with traffic, pollution, poverty and tourist 'draws' largely revolving around random street adventures and an epidemic of malls."
Don't stay in the centre of Jakarta.
Jakarta is a series of villages, most of which are never seen by the tourists.
CNN refers to one TripAdvisor expat who says of Jakarta: “Once you get to know it, you can’t have enough of it.”
Jakarta, away from the Americanised centre, is fabulous. And your best bet is to stay in Bogor, part of Jabotabek (Jakarta-Bogor-Tangerang-Bekasi).
The Islamists all work for the CIA. (JAKARTA HOTEL BOMBS, THE MILITARY AND THE CIA)
Delhi, not as friendly as the cities further south.
8. New Delhi, India
Delhi has some dishonest people.
According to traveldudes.org, “the chances are really high that you will be scammed.”
On the other hand, Delhi is more fun that Detroit.
Egypt has turned violent.
9. Cairo, Egypt
CNN does not tell us that Mubarak was toppled by the CIA-NATO as part of its Arab Spring.
CNN does mention a recent World Health Organization report that equates breathing in Cairo with smoking a pack a day.
Thanks to the Arab Spring, Egypt is near to bankruptcy, and crime has rocketed.
CIA'S MUSLIM BROTHERHOOD 'CRUCIFIES' OPPONENTS
Stay away from Egypt, and the whole of North Africa.
aangirfan: THE END OF EGYPT
10. Belize City, Belize
CNN refers to "Crime. Drugs. Dilapidation."
It fails to mention the US military presence in Belize.
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