Remember the international incident involving Michael Fay? Fay was an American student at a boarding school in Singapore who went on a 10-day spree of vandalism. He stole road signs, vandalized 18 cars, and spray-painted them. Fay was charged under Singapore’s Vandalism Act. The Singaporean authorities threw the book at him, and Fay received the sentence of six lashes with a cane. The whole thing got ugly and Fay was scarred for a long time by the entire affair. Fay’s parents and American diplomats cried foul, but Singapore punished him as they were entitled to do. Fay learned a hard lesson that Asian countries have a different jurisprudence and no amount of money, diplomacy, or privilege will help them skirt the law.
The same thing seems to be happening now, nearly thirty years after the first time. We have a whole generation of Michael Fays, thanks to the West infecting CRT and DEI. This incident, just as Fay’s story did not end well, gives us insight into what will happen to this generation. Fay’s story is being used to warn two unfortunate souls who, unlike Fay, probably don’t have the connections or money that Fay did. They did not check themselves and didn’t recognize that they were in a foreign country.
You already know the rest.
Two black women from New York and London allegedly attacked staff at a nail salon in Asia over a dispute about service prices. Without white guilt, CRT or DEI norms, the two were arrested by authorities at an airport in Bali before they could leave and were paraded in front of… pic.twitter.com/HzS8llHkNm
— Andy Ngô 🏳️🌈 (@MrAndyNgo) December 27, 2023
Two women could face two years behind bars for allegedly assaulting nail salon staff in Bali.
Local media identified the women as Andrea CW from London and Chansler A from New York. They were recently arrested while attempting to board a plane to Thailand.
The pair, who were vacationing on the island, allegedly assaulted the staff at the Ombre Nail Salon Kerobokan due to a misunderstanding about payment.
Coconuts, a local publication, reported that the police believed the women went to the salon to get a body treatment, but didn’t have the money to pay. The woman allegedly got angry when staff tried to charge them for the treatment.
The women were brought to the Badung Police Station and questioned.
In a recent statement, Badung Police spokesperson Jansen Aviatus Panjaitan stated that “we are still investigating this case.”
On December 16, the women were arrested when they tried to flee the island following an incident at Ombre Nail Salon. The women originally planned to stay until the 22nd of December but decided that a quick departure was necessary. Guilty, much? Andrea CW, Chansler A, and others wore masks and hats to try to hide themselves from cameras. They then attempted to board a plane to Thailand at Ngurah Raito International Airport. The women were not able to check in because of their skittish behavior and disguised attempts.
Gilang Danurdara, Ngurahrai Immigration officer, said that the two perpetrators queued up at the counter and entered the immigration area at about 5.30 pm.
They looked suspicious because they wore hats and disguises. “There was a deception attempt.”
The Daily Mail reported that immigration officials matched the faces of the women to the CCTV videos circulating on the internet before giving them to police.
Andrea CW and Chansler A were charged under Section 1, Article 351, of the Indonesian Penal Code. This article condemns “maltreatment”, and imposes a prison term of up to two years and eighteen months. They are also charged under Article 335, “forcing someone to do something,” which carries a maximum one-year prison sentence. Balinese authorities did not hesitate to display them and even had an armed perp walk on display for everyone. The U.S. or Britain might learn a few lessons from this.
I have a lot of sympathy for these women. They will not be tried for their stupid choices, but rather because of the delusion they were fed by reading “Eat, Pray, Love”, and watching “Bridget Jones Diary: The Edge Of Reason.” The delusion was that they were entitled to respect foreign laws and people because they were citizens of Western nations that spoonfeed entitlement, privilege, and outrage. The laws of America and Britain are completely different. It is sadder still that neither nation enforces these laws anymore. If you don’t care about the laws in your country, why would you want to do the same abroad?
The lesson is over.