Today I have a story for you that happened a long time ago back in my home country. It involves two fat feminists, three police officers teaming up with the feminists and a nervous 7/11 employee wondering what the fuck was going on. And me arrested in the back of a police car… I had to spend 16 hours in custody because of this shitty situation.
All of this happened back in 2013, just after I had returned from my first trip to Thailand. It was also one the primary incidents that really planted the seed about getting the fuck out of the Western world once and for all.
Why was I still living in this shit hole? Why were there no feminine women around like in Thailand? Why was everyone so angry? Why was is it so fucking cold? Why did everyone look like a zombie? Why were there so many freaks? Why did it cost $10 for a fucking hot dog?
Here is the story:
I had been with a friend, just drinking a couple of beers. At around 3 in the morning, I started to walk home.
On the last street before I came to my apartment, I ended up walking behind two fat women. They were extremely drunk and singing while being loud and nasty.
At some point they approached me claiming that I followed them, because I was to ‘preppie’ to live in that area. Amazing reasoning!
I explained to them that I lived just to next to 7/11 100 meters from our location.
They did not believe me so they started to push me off the sidewalk, telling me to walk on the other side of the street.
I told them to fuck off, and if they had a problem with me, they could walk on the other side of the street.
When we approved the 7/11 near where I was living at the time, they confronted me a second time. This time they were even more aggressive.
They said: “Why the fuck are you following us??!”
I told them again: “Hey, I’m living right there. Take it easy,” while pointing to the entrance of my apartment block.
They said: “No, you don’t! You are too preppie, we don’t believe you, get the fuck out here!”
At this point I started to become very angry and retorted: “Hmmm, are you guys on your period or something? You are unusually aggressive.”
This made their blood boil. The fattest girl grabbed my hair really hard, while the other girl punched me in the ear.
I had to defend myself so I pushed the girl who punched me in the ear. She was quite drunk, so she face planted right into the pavement. Now she was screaming like a little girl. Fuck!
Second wildebeest was now fully enraged, an elephant-sized with a shocking degree of strength despite her rolls of lard. She pushed me straight through the 7/11 door while she was screaming to the 7/11 guy “He is trying to rape us, he is trying to rape us!”
Yeah, raping someone right outside 7/11, how likely.
The 7/11 guy demanded that the fat girl release my hair which was extremely painful… She eventually did.
The next 20 seconds was pure chaos. The fatter of the two was still lying in the street crying while bleeding profusely from her nose.
The Elephant Woman was screaming about being mugged and calling the police.
The 7/11 guy and I were just standing there dumbfounded. At one point I even tried to help the bleeding girl, but her friend attempted to kick me any time I approached.
About a minute later a police car on patrol passed by. I flagged down the cop and explained what had happened.
The policeman asked me to leave and assured me that he would handle the girls.
The two girls were now inside the 7/11, while I stood outside smoking a cigarette about to return home.
Out of nowhere the police officer suddenly approached me and said “You are under arrest for assault.”
First I tried to argue my way out of it. I responded: “Hey, look, I’m sober! There are CCTV cameras all over this place and these girls are completely. Are you really going to believe them instead of me? You can just take my ID, and if I’m lying, you will know where to find me.”
The copsaid it had to be like this, because one of the girls was bleeding from her nose, and that was the only evidence right now. Damn it!
I explained: “I understand, but she fell because she was drunk. She attacked me and I pushed her away. Not really my fault, right?”
It turned out there was no point in arguing. The cop escorted me to his car, and I was arrested. I spent 16 hours in a holding cell at the police station.
The next day they put me in a interrogation room for over two hours attempting to get a confession. I told them several times that the 7/11 we were outside had CCTV that covered the location of the supposed “assault”.
After a lot of questions and back-and-forth they eventually let me go. Not trusting the police, I went to the 7/11 and asked for a copy of the video, just in case.
Three weeks later the accusation was dropped because the police finally reviewed the video. The girls however, were never charged for lying or filing a false police report.
I, on the other hand, was attacked and had to go to jail. The girls were the attackers and received a free trip to the emergency room for a bloody nose. That’s feminism 101 right there.
What would have happened if there was no CCTV and it was simply their word against mine in such a feminist country. I might still be in jail today! I would likely have a police record for “assault” at the least.
Sure, I could have stopped in the street before the confrontation and waited for them to leave the area. But who wants to live in a place where you have to avoid women to avoid getting into trouble with the law?
For me it was pure principle: I have just as much right to use the street as anyone else.
If you don’t like where you live, move!
And that’s exactly what I did, and I don’t regret it for a second. Right now I’m living in Thailand and I’ve been here since September 2015. I’m glad I pulled the plug and got the fuck out. I’ve never been happier.
Much of the rest of the world is a friendly place. You will soon realize that there are better places out there. You will realize that there are places in the world with more beautiful and more feminine women. You will learn a lot actually.
You will experience new food, new ideas and new perspectives. I think all men should travel the world.
This experience was a catalyzing event for my decision to get the fuck out of my home country. The women there are awful, it’s cold, people are angry and immigrants are taking over.
You can read more of Tim’s stories at Goodbye Boring Life.