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(The Spectator UK)   What American hipsters think of Holland: weed, hookers, perfect Utopia of freedom. What Holland really looks like: underage runaways, sex trafficking, forced prostitution, the knowledge that you've become the armpit of Europe   (spectator.co.uk) divider line 389
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2013-02-20 11:33:09 AM  

CygnusDarius: theflatline: They sent me to Mexico City for two weeks and man that place was rough, and this is coming from a guy who has seen the seamy underbelly of Colombia.

Funny enough, my experience with Mexico city was a little different. Sure, I'm not used to the rush of time everyone seems to be used to down there, and then there's the taxi drivers, and the insane bus drivers, not mention of the metro station on rush hour (the smell of armpit and Mexican Salaryman depression is horrible), and everyone seems to want to charge your ridiculous amounts for anything. But, I managed nicely over there, met some cool people, and had the chance to party once or twice down there. Plus, there's them cool sights to see. Working there, however, was/will be an interesting experience. Much more competitive than my native Hermosillo.

By far my worst experience was Belize, but that was because I was stuck in a tourist bus, and even today I still hope to believe that Belize is a nice country, with great people, and lovely vistas, but what they managed to show me in that your bus was utter shiat. The people were nice and friendly, and I tried to avoid playing the tourist card as many times as possible.


Yeah, Bogota used to be like that, until they had a mayor who passed some law that if you were a public facing employee you had to to to charm school, and have a certificate from it.  But in my experience most of latin america will always having some smiling jackass trying to strong arm you out of a few pesos.

My shining point of the trip, was that I got to meet Julieta Vinegas, and she really is that hot in person, and was a sweetheart.  I lost all command of english and spanish.
 
2013-02-20 11:34:46 AM  

tonguedepressor: I thought Kolkata (Calcutta) was the armpit of Europe? Or maybe it was the asshole..


It would be both, if it were in Europe.
 
2013-02-20 11:34:50 AM  

Moopy Mac: gingerjet: GalFriday: Sex trade isn't legal in Vegas.  It is legal in Nevada, but not within the city limits of Paradise or Las Vegas.

No one has told the prostitutes that since I was hit up by one in a mall within the city limits of Las Vegas just last month.

/she seemed a tad disappointed when I told her I was gay
//she offered me the card of a male prostitute
///I told her I didn't need it - I have grindr

You are telling me there is illegal prostitution in Las Vegas!?!


That is what I heard.  I wouldn't know for sure, but I read about it on the internet.
 
2013-02-20 11:34:54 AM  

neversubmit: Moopy Mac: YouPeopleAreCrazy: Andromeda: I feel perfectly comfortable cycling home at 3am while alone as do all my friends, for example, and so does everyone I know: it's that safe, and you could never do that in the US.

In the vast majority of the US, yes you can.

I'm trying to think of the places that you can't do that in the US. Very limited neighborhoods in US cities. Hell, bicyclists are a bigger threat to your health at 3AM in NYC than any mugger.

shot while riding bicycle

Why think when you can Google?


No really, what point of mine were you trying to refute?
 
2013-02-20 11:36:43 AM  
I stuck my finger in a dyke in Holland.
 
2013-02-20 11:37:09 AM  

maggoo: Arkanaut: Also, I thought the armpit of Europe is still Albania.

No, Romenia.

One word: gypsies.


Albania is worst.
 
2013-02-20 11:37:50 AM  
Remember, paying for sex is illegal... Unless you're filming it for later distribution.
 
2013-02-20 11:38:22 AM  
**Off Topic**
In the topic lists, the ones with the "Buzzfeed" headlines have no comment links on the right side.  What's that all about?
 
2013-02-20 11:38:42 AM  

dopekitty74: Karac: gilgigamesh: The thing of it is, Vegas was able to legalize the sex trade without all these problems. As far as I know.

Prostitition is not legal in Las Vegas. Nevada laws on the matter differ from county to county; the ones which contain Vegas, Reno, and the majority of the population in the state do not allow it.

If fly to Vegas for the weekend and want to find a legal whore, you're going to need to rent a car, get directions, and drive for at least a half hour. If you want to do the same in Amsterdam, all you probably have to do is get on the subway.

Do they have a subway in amsterdam?

All those canals....


They are above ground trams.

Volgende halten: De Dam

/Reclame de tram dat werk
 
2013-02-20 11:39:59 AM  
B...bu.....but Socialist Paradise!
 
2013-02-20 11:40:57 AM  

Kitten_Pryde: Snarcoleptic_Hoosier: At least all those windmills will keep them cool.

WINDMILLS DO NOT WORK THAT WAY!


A Dutch treat is no treat at all when the bill comes due.

Dutch courage refers to drunken bravery.

So clearly, Dutch windmills are big blower things that cool off the drunk, penny-pinching Dutch.
 
2013-02-20 11:42:33 AM  
i.imgur.com

Being about 25% Muslim, how liberal do you think the city will be in another 20 years? At that rate of growth, it won't belong until they have a majority in Amsterdam.

I for one...
 
2013-02-20 11:43:18 AM  

InmanRoshi: Same here.   I went to Mexico City expecting a horror show, but ended up having a delightful time.    If you love street food culture, it's right up there with Southeast Asia.


Haven't been to SE Asia, but, the best noodles (ramen, to exact) I've had so far have been in Mexico City.

theflatline: Yeah, Bogota used to be like that, until they had a mayor who passed some law that if you were a public facing employee you had to to to charm school, and have a certificate from it.  But in my experience most of latin america will always having some smiling jackass trying to strong arm you out of a few pesos.

My shining point of the trip, was that I got to meet Julieta Vinegas, and she really is that hot in person, and was a sweetheart.  I lost all command of english and spanish.


I guess it's one of the things you get used to and avoid, since you instantly know the signs. My older brother went to Prague with his girlfriend, and he said he felt like home because the cops behaved like the cops here. Also, he could tell which guys were pushing drugs/thieves/gang members. He's a doctor, btw.

Aaand  I never got the chance to meet a celebrity. Well, maybe a famous (sort of) architect, but that's about it.
 
2013-02-20 11:43:21 AM  

RidgeRacerZX6: Their cops really are more public servant than enforcer. I remember once we were visiting my bother in law in some college town up north were they had a real problem with jay walkers and people disregarding the ped crossings at intersections. So the cops disabled all the crossing lights until the populace beg the police to turn them back on and promised to be good little pedestrians.


Huh.  I would think that only the law-abiding citizens would beg.
 
2013-02-20 11:43:23 AM  

Arkanaut: Also, I thought the armpit of Europe is still Albania.


I first read that as Alabama. Meh, still works, kind of.
 
2013-02-20 11:44:44 AM  

monoski: I have been to Holland and really found the people to live there to be awesome. There is a seedy district in Amsterdam where it seems most of the bad stuff is limited to but that is like any other major city in the US or Europe.


Even the seedy district isn't bad. I've been approached to buy blow at night by black South Africans, and never felt the kind of fear I get when I'm in a shiatty part of my hometown around a bunch of drunks and tweakers. Over there, it seems like everyone's in a jolly mood - it is the richest city in Europe, after all, and there's always more tourists to fleece without needing to get violent. In particular, the Roma don't seem to have much of a presence. If trafficking was as bad as stated, you'd expect other violent crimes to be up too, since they go hand in hand.

/Copenhagen was a very different story. Doesn't help that I've seen the Pusher trilogy, of course.
 
2013-02-20 11:44:52 AM  

neversubmit: shot while riding bicycle

Why think when you can Google?


8 out of the first 10 are in south Florida. My 'vast majority' comment still stands.
 
2013-02-20 11:45:16 AM  
Overstatement by a radical feminist is the best kind of overstatement.
 
2013-02-20 11:45:29 AM  
"What American hipsters think of Holland Amsterdam: Weed, Hookers, perfect Utopia of freedom. What Holland really looks like: Underage runaways, Sex Trafficking, Forced prostitution, the knowledge that you've become the armpit of Europe"

FTFY, subby.

/lived in Landgraaf for three years.  An amazing country that I'd go back to in a heartbeat.
 
2013-02-20 11:45:40 AM  

dopekitty74: Karac: gilgigamesh: The thing of it is, Vegas was able to legalize the sex trade without all these problems. As far as I know.

Prostitition is not legal in Las Vegas. Nevada laws on the matter differ from county to county; the ones which contain Vegas, Reno, and the majority of the population in the state do not allow it.

If fly to Vegas for the weekend and want to find a legal whore, you're going to need to rent a car, get directions, and drive for at least a half hour. If you want to do the same in Amsterdam, all you probably have to do is get on the subway.

Do they have a subway in amsterdam?

All those canals....


Yes.
 
2013-02-20 11:46:20 AM  

skullkrusher: I remember when "hipster" used to mean something

/also, before it was cool



Campbell's
Cream of Hipster
Soup
Eat it before it's cool
 
2013-02-20 11:46:31 AM  

Combustion: SpectroBoy: I have been to Amsterdam multiple times. I thought it was nice. The people were nice, the food was good, the city was friendly in general.


You sure you were really there?????

Lovely, lovely place. Lovely people. Terrible food.

I sound fat...


I came back from there with an addiction to pine nuts and salmon, I'll tell you that much.
 
2013-02-20 11:46:49 AM  

Snarcoleptic_Hoosier: At least all those windmills will keep them cool.


Hello set up for a Morbo the News Monster quote.
 
2013-02-20 11:49:21 AM  

Bryntryst: "What American hipsters think of Holland Amsterdam: Weed, Hookers, perfect Utopia of freedom. What Holland really looks like: Underage runaways, Sex Trafficking, Forced prostitution, the knowledge that you've become the armpit of Europe"

FTFY, subby.

/lived in Landgraaf for three years.  An amazing country that I'd go back to in a heartbeat.


I literally thought the whole of Holland was Amsterdam.  I once got of the train in Rotterdam, thinking it was Amsterdam (because of the Zig Zag adverts)  and walked around for quite a while with the map of Amsterdam trying to get my bearings.
 
2013-02-20 11:49:54 AM  

Citrate1007: The Super Bowl is an event that creates the #1 highest concentration of illegal prostitution in the world.  So ya, Fark the Dutch.....


So that cancels out all of the Holland-fail? Thanks for clearing that up.
 
2013-02-20 11:50:08 AM  

doublesecretprobation: human trafficking happens EVERYWHERE, not just in places with legalized prostitution.


MSNBC did a documentary called "Sex Slaves In America". Apparently Texas is pretty bad for this sort of thing. According to the documentary there are scores of "cantinas" that are really whorehouses filled with women & underage girls kidnapped from Mexico & elsewhere and forced into prostitution.

They also exposed brothels in New York, Minneapolis, and other cities. It really is pretty much everywhere.

Most guys looking for a good time with a hooker are oblivious to the fact that it could be some girl abducted or lured to the U.S. with the false promise of a legit job and then enslaved. The guys who do this kind of thing know where the girls are from & threaten to kill their families if they leave or go to authorities. One 16 year old American girl went to her friend's house and her friend turned out to be a prostitute. The prostitute's pimp was posing as her dad, and they abducted the girl, tied her to a grungy bed in an abandoned house and rented her out to a string of men who raped and beat her. Hellish, horrible stuff.   Though she was lucky enough to get away, she can't stand be around any man, even her own dad, without her mom around.

If you haven't seen the MSNBC documentaries, (there are two of them) they're enlightening, but very sad to see what happens to these girls in our own backyard.
 
2013-02-20 11:50:10 AM  

calm like a bomb: tonguedepressor: I thought Kolkata (Calcutta) was the armpit of Europe? Or maybe it was the asshole..

It would be both, if it were in Europe.


Geology was never my forte.
 
2013-02-20 11:50:44 AM  

skullkrusher: Citrate1007: skullkrusher: Citrate1007: The Super Bowl is an event that creates the #1 highest concentration of illegal prostitution in the world.  So ya, Fark the Dutch.....

do people bring hookers in their bags with them?

Pimps move their hookers to whatever city it is in.

hehe probably not


Many hookers and strippers are migratory workers.
 
2013-02-20 11:51:19 AM  

schoolbread: Citrate1007: The Super Bowl is an event that creates the #1 highest concentration of illegal prostitution in the world.  So ya, Fark the Dutch.....

So that cancels out all of the Holland-fail? Thanks for clearing that up.


No, he is saying that the Superbowl should be held in Holland.
 
2013-02-20 11:51:22 AM  

Moopy Mac: YouPeopleAreCrazy: Andromeda: I feel perfectly comfortable cycling home at 3am while alone as do all my friends, for example, and so does everyone I know: it's that safe, and you could never do that in the US.

In the vast majority of the US, yes you can.

I'm trying to think of the places that you can't do that in the US. Very limited neighborhoods in US cities. Hell, bicyclists are a bigger threat to your health at 3AM in NYC than any mugger.


My point is obviously not all of the US, sorry I mistyped... but try telling a girl in her mid-20s in the city center of a US city that is ~1 million people to bike/walk home at 3am by herself (ie, what Amsterdam is size-wise).  I really don't know many who will take you up on that offer at all.

Here, though, perfectly fine thing to do and I've never felt threatened.  And trust me, I've been all over this city at odd hours.
 
2013-02-20 11:52:19 AM  
After living in Holland for a couple of years, courtesy of Uncle Sugar, I just want to say it was a very nice place. Not perfect, but nowhere on the planet is.

/Banana Bar...
 
2013-02-20 11:52:24 AM  

CygnusDarius: InmanRoshi: Same here.   I went to Mexico City expecting a horror show, but ended up having a delightful time.    If you love street food culture, it's right up there with Southeast Asia.

Haven't been to SE Asia, but, the best noodles (ramen, to exact) I've had so far have been in Mexico City.

theflatline: Yeah, Bogota used to be like that, until they had a mayor who passed some law that if you were a public facing employee you had to to to charm school, and have a certificate from it.  But in my experience most of latin america will always having some smiling jackass trying to strong arm you out of a few pesos.

My shining point of the trip, was that I got to meet Julieta Vinegas, and she really is that hot in person, and was a sweetheart.  I lost all command of english and spanish.

I guess it's one of the things you get used to and avoid, since you instantly know the signs. My older brother went to Prague with his girlfriend, and he said he felt like home because the cops behaved like the cops here. Also, he could tell which guys were pushing drugs/thieves/gang members. He's a doctor, btw.

Aaand  I never got the chance to meet a celebrity. Well, maybe a famous (sort of) architect, but that's about it.


I had this idea in Colombia that I was going to bring in about 1000 State Troopers on an exchange program, cops that actually did their job, as an example to Colombian police.

I am from New Orleans originally, so hard to find a place that feels like south louisiana, but I could easily hang my hat in Medellin, a very organized place as far as latin america goes, an gorgeous women, nice people, and it is 70 degrees year around.

In Colombia if you have a tie on every calls you "doctor!"
 
2013-02-20 11:53:35 AM  

BarkingUnicorn: skullkrusher: Citrate1007: skullkrusher: Citrate1007: The Super Bowl is an event that creates the #1 highest concentration of illegal prostitution in the world.  So ya, Fark the Dutch.....

do people bring hookers in their bags with them?

Pimps move their hookers to whatever city it is in.

hehe probably not

Many hookers and strippers are migratory workers.


Now read that bit you wrote with Jacques Cousteau's voice.
 
2013-02-20 11:54:22 AM  

theflatline: The worst tourists in my experience are not americans.

1. Israelis, in groups of 1-2 they are fine, but anything more they reach critical mass and become drunken unruly louts, and unfortunately krav maga is always involved.


Oh, man. Story time...

I was traveling in Croatia with an Austrian buddy. We spent a few days at the amazing Plitvice Lakes. It's a place of natural beauty, a series of waterfalls feeding bright blue lakes which cascade into one another, surrounded by trails. A photographer's paradise. We decided to take a boat ride across the biggest lake. On the boat was the captain, me, my buddy and about twelve Isrealis. As we began quietly slipping across this unearthly blue lake, an Israeli woman in the group started to yell in Hebrew. Then she stood up and yelled louder. Several men started yelling back at her. Then things escalated. Within a minute, all the Israelis were screaming at each other and at this woman. I had had enough. Neither me nor my buddy speaks Hebrew, but from what we could gather they were arguing about what to eat for lunch.

It was then that my buddy boomed out in clear German to "Sit the fark down and shut the fark up so we can enjoy this damn boat ride." The Israeli woman sat down, and there was quiet. For about one minute. Then it all picked up again. About lunch. In English, I conferred with my buddy. We didn't want to seem like Germans (I'm an American, but appearances and all that) telling Jews what to do, so we should just write off the boat ride as a FAIL and do our best to avoid these people for the rest of the day.

The rest of the day, we could hear their voices and ambled in the opposite direction. What a bunch of jackasses! Granted, I don't view all Israelis like this, and I've seen some truly embarrassing behavior from fellow Americans overseas. But ever since then, the "generalization" section of my brain has a low opinion of Israeli tourists. And Chinese tourists. But not the Dutch.
 
2013-02-20 11:56:18 AM  
Well my friend did get his hat stolen at gunpoint in the red light district late at night the first time I was there. I would still move there in a second if I could find a job, that place is awesome and even though he got robbed I didn't really feel unsafe at all.
 
2013-02-20 11:57:13 AM  

clane: Liberals are funny and sad at the same time...
[pnsexplosion.com image 600x450]


I think you clicked on the wrong thread.  You must have meant to go to the "whiney ass biatch Republicans with nothing better to do than cry about Obama" thread.
 
2013-02-20 11:58:53 AM  

doglover: I'm pretty sure you can find sex slaves in America. Underage hookers as well. Not to mention the gun violence. Europe's not much better. And I don't care HOW nice Germany gets, you don't get a free pass for fueling the two largest wars in history in a mere century just because your economy looks good now.

Glass houses, etc.


To be fair, it is the two world wars that Germany started that fueled the US's glass house...
 
2013-02-20 12:00:33 PM  

CygnusDarius: BarkingUnicorn: skullkrusher: Citrate1007: skullkrusher: Citrate1007: The Super Bowl is an event that creates the #1 highest concentration of illegal prostitution in the world.  So ya, Fark the Dutch.....

do people bring hookers in their bags with them?

Pimps move their hookers to whatever city it is in.

hehe probably not

Many hookers and strippers are migratory workers.

Now read that bit you wrote with Jacques Cousteau's voice.


Ok Sealab 2021 on the Dutch  http://video.adultswim.com/sealab-2021/a-shot-of-dutch-courage.html

and on Jaque Cousteau   http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WixMBWVKJ6Q
 
2013-02-20 12:01:02 PM  
Alright! I'm going to get me some under age runaway booty.
 
2013-02-20 12:02:04 PM  

uber humper: Bryntryst: "What American hipsters think of Holland Amsterdam: Weed, Hookers, perfect Utopia of freedom. What Holland really looks like: Underage runaways, Sex Trafficking, Forced prostitution, the knowledge that you've become the armpit of Europe"

FTFY, subby.

/lived in Landgraaf for three years.  An amazing country that I'd go back to in a heartbeat.

I literally thought the whole of Holland was Amsterdam.  I once got of the train in Rotterdam, thinking it was Amsterdam (because of the Zig Zag adverts)  and walked around for quite a while with the map of Amsterdam trying to get my bearings.


The country is the Netherlands, made up of 13 provinces which include North and South Holland. Amsterdam's in North Holland, The Hague and Rotterdam are South Holland.
 
2013-02-20 12:02:18 PM  

TheLopper: I spent some time in Amsterdam in the 90s. I thought it was very pretty and the people were very nice. Though I didn't purchase any fresh human-trafficked underage prostitutes. It wasn't in the brochure.


One of the most scared I have been in all my travels through first and third worlds is standing in front of the train station in Amsterdam.  Truly a hive of scum and villany.
 
2013-02-20 12:04:11 PM  

InmanRoshi: Onkel Buck: traylor: That armpit thing is true.

My ex GF learned Dutch at the university and one summer she went on a trip to the Netherlands and lived with a Dutch family for a week, then with an other family for an other week. She said they were quite average folks, and the thing that she would remember the most about them is their strong body odor. They had a bath once a week and ate a lot of stinky cheese.

I've been on some buses in Europe that would make a high school locker room smell like a rose garden in a Febreze factory

  I assure you, your local American Grayhound isn't smelling rosy fresh.    I've ridden in buses in every corner of the world, and they all stink.   Buses in general involves people sitting in a stagnant environment and stewing in their own filth for extended amounts of time.     Further, it's a cheap mode of transportation, so it tends to involve people who actually work for a living and bodies at work tend to emit odors.

i26.photobucket.com
 
2013-02-20 12:04:29 PM  

gingerjet: GalFriday: Sex trade isn't legal in Vegas.  It is legal in Nevada, but not within the city limits of Paradise or Las Vegas.

No one has told the prostitutes that since I was hit up by one in a mall within the city limits of Las Vegas just last month.

/she seemed a tad disappointed when I told her I was gay
//she offered me the card of a male prostitute
///I told her I didn't need it - I have grindr


Does grindr work for the straights?  Seriously.
 
2013-02-20 12:06:00 PM  
Firstly this is The Spectator, which is right of centre and has an interest in presenting the issue this way.
That said the argument here is for legalisation and regulation not decriminalisation then leave it the hell alone - that just frees up the evil scum to shiat on innocents even more just without the risk of any police intervention. And there is a blind side to the Dutch pragmatism in that they don't think seem to think through all the consequences - us Brits are the same too, I'm not criticising them. They're good people.
So the problem, like many here in the UK is one of enforcement - or lack thereof. My impression of Dutch cops is that they're like British ones, nice, friendly and a bit ineffectual.
 
2013-02-20 12:06:32 PM  
I visited Amsterdam a couple years ago with a friend.  Most of the prostitutes in windows appeared to be eastern European or African.  Most of the guards and pimps appeared to be Russian.  My friend noted that it was a huge change from when they were there a decade before, when most of the women were Dutch and the pimps were less visible.

Sounds as if the Dutch authorities simply failed to enforce the laws they had on the books, which resulted in an uptick in tax evasion, undocumented/ineligible workers, assaults and organized crime.  So instead of spending the time and effort to clean up the system, they're going to try and shut the whole thing down.  As if that is going to work.

It might be against EU law, but the first thing I'd do is prohibit any workers who weren't born in the Netherlands.  It would help reduce human trafficking from third world and corrupt nations.  It would also help stop workers using forged identity documentation (easier to check your country's own birth certificates than to verify something from Russia).
 
2013-02-20 12:07:07 PM  

dersk: uber humper: Bryntryst: "What American hipsters think of Holland Amsterdam: Weed, Hookers, perfect Utopia of freedom. What Holland really looks like: Underage runaways, Sex Trafficking, Forced prostitution, the knowledge that you've become the armpit of Europe"

FTFY, subby.

/lived in Landgraaf for three years.  An amazing country that I'd go back to in a heartbeat.

I literally thought the whole of Holland was Amsterdam.  I once got of the train in Rotterdam, thinking it was Amsterdam (because of the Zig Zag adverts)  and walked around for quite a while with the map of Amsterdam trying to get my bearings.

The country is the Netherlands, made up of 13 provinces which include North and South Holland. Amsterdam's in North Holland, The Hague and Rotterdam are South Holland.


I realize that, I was 20 y/o and very dumb.

But to be fair, The Netherlands is about the size of Connecticut -- North/South, what's the difference.
 
2013-02-20 12:08:23 PM  

doczoidberg: clane: Liberals are funny and sad at the same time...
[pnsexplosion.com image 600x450]


I just glanced at your profile.

You seem a bit obsessed with something.


Oh man, that is so Grade A derp. Makes Glenn Beck look sane. WOW
 
2013-02-20 12:10:17 PM  

dk47: TheLopper: I spent some time in Amsterdam in the 90s. I thought it was very pretty and the people were very nice. Though I didn't purchase any fresh human-trafficked underage prostitutes. It wasn't in the brochure.

One of the most scared I have been in all my travels through first and third worlds is standing in front of the train station in Amsterdam.  Truly a hive of scum and villany.


You must scare really easily.
 
2013-02-20 12:10:22 PM  

NateGrey: doczoidberg: clane: Liberals are funny and sad at the same time...
[pnsexplosion.com image 600x450]


I just glanced at your profile.

You seem a bit obsessed with something.

Oh man, that is so Grade A derp. Makes Glenn Beck look sane. WOW


Nothing makes Glenn Beck look sane. Except maybe serial killers.
 
2013-02-20 12:11:29 PM  
Holland is not The Netherlands
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eE_IUPInEuc
 
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