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Travel broadens the mind and lets us experience other cultures

(Snouts-in-the-trough – a daily blog that is heavily self-censored to avoid the writer being killed by those who get violent when they feel they are being offended. Welcome to the new ‘free speech is prohibited’ Britain)

They say that travel broadens the mind. So, as part of snouts-in-the-trough’s mission to educate and inform, I thought I’d take you on a tour of some of the West’s greatest cities.

Here’s London – home of Big Ben, the Houses of Parliament, Buckingham Palace and much much more:

tour-london

And Rome – the Coliseum, the Vatican, the Spanish Steps and much much more:

tour-rome

And Paris – the Louvre, the Eiffel Tower, Notre Dame, the Left Bank and much much more:

Muslims praying, Elise Vincent, Comment

And Milan – its Gothic Cathedral, its wonderful fashion shops and much much more:

People kneel down in prayer in front of Milan's gothic cathedral as they protest Israeli airstrikes in Gaza, during a demonstration in Milan, Italy, Saturday, Jan. 3, 2009. Several hundred people, many of them draped in the Palestinian flag, walked through downtown streets, and at least one Israeli flag was burned, during a protest late Saturday afternoon. (AP Photo/Luca Bruno)

And Moscow – the Kremlin, Red Square, St Basil’s and much much more:

tour-moscow-2

And Washington DC – the Capitol, the Senate and much much more:

tour-washington-dc

And New York – the Empire State Building, Times Square, the skyscrapers and much much more:

tour-new-york

Oh, how wonderful it is to travel and see so many different things!

6 comments to Travel broadens the mind and lets us experience other cultures

  • David Brown

    In England 8% of primary school children are Muslim. Wonder what the figure for France, Netherlands , Sweden, Germany and other EU member states.

  • NoMore

    Equivalent of a dog pissing on a tree.

  • bad Brian

    I am going to open a fake Zamzam theme bar in every capital city.

  • AtheistAmerican

    It still boggles my mind how any person in the 21st Century living with a civilized nation can possibly believe and follow this hardcore Stone Age bullshit…
    They can’t see that they’re ignorant fools, not with all the mirrors in the world… If I came up with a religion wherein I have to hop around on one leg whilst gripping my penis with my left hand and my tongue hanging out, half a dozen times a day in public–to appease some invisible deity–I’ll call him YaYa–I’d be institutionalized…

  • NoMore

    The evil ones because it panders to their base instincts.
    The nicer ones because of fear of apostasy fatwas and social ostracism or they lie to themselves about the evil in the k0ran.

    Low average IQs and parental and Imam-led brainwashing from infancy assist.

  • AtheistAmerican

    Got me thinking… What if the government could offer security/protection to those who want to leave the glorious Religion of Peace? Would the enslaved ones (with I.Q.s a bit above 80) come pouring out? Maybe they can even be bribed to humanize…

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