People undoubtedly will ask me “what did you think of Israel?”
I’d say “mixed feelings” definitely.
First: THE GOOD:
The dudes at my first event came in droves. HUGE audience – and fairly fanatical. Never had some many dudes try and get their picture with me. I mean, WTF? Lots of good guys in the group though so that was cool. Students on the bootcamp were great guys, and they really did well. ALso, they were lovely. The friends I made there, also – were fantastic. Some GREAT GUYS (Arthur + Adi are BOSSES!) and will be friends forever.
The FOOD: AMAZING!!! I ate, seriously – 20 KG’s of hummous in 5 days. And, you CAN’T eat Hummous without bread. I must have gained back 2 pounds in 5 days. (I’d lost quite a bit over the summer / low carb+yoga!)
I had some jew ceremony go down, that involved me reading some words, wearing a funny box or two on my head, and a rabbi blowing a horn. Apparently, that counts as a Bar-mits-va. He was quite surprised that was my first one. Go figure. On a serious note, I felt some energy transfer from him to me in a good way. So something went down.
When it comes to the government/the system – WOW. That place is fucked up. Here’s an excerpt I wrote while I was on the plane
“I’m about to take off on a flight from Israel to zurich – and I CANT FUCKING WAIT FOR IT TO TAKE OFF. I actually turned to Marcus and said “Dude I’m looking FORWARD to being in Switserland!!!”
WOW. I never thought I’d say that. EVER.
If you know my feelings about Switserland, it was officially my LEAST favorite country. Until now.
I just passed through Swiss security, and I kissed the woman’s hand, not because she was AMAZING – just that in comparison to what I’d just been through with Israeli security – she was a godsend.
Passport control coming into Switzerland….. I felt …. An overwhelming, wonderful feeling. And it was FREEDOM!!!! Only after going to Israel, do I understand what it is to be free. Words can’t describe it. If you’re born in a western, modern, English speaking country you are SO FUCKING FREE! I mean sure, we’re all brainwashed/controlled to a degree – but at the essence of it you are FREE to do whatever the fuck you want
No exsessive questions
No security check points
No having ALL YOUR BELONGINGS thoroughly searched / torn apart
No having your friends NOT get into the country for NO REASON other than excessive security checks
(Marcus didn’t get in on his first attempt, they decided they want to TAKE APART HIS COMPUTER FOR “SECURITY”
No personal questions as you’re LEAVING the country / who you know / why you have two phones (YES REALLY!)
WOW WE ARE SO FUCKING LUCKY and we don’t even know it!!! I would recommend anyone out there who needs a reality check to get themselves a ticket to Israel right now. Coming out of there, you will appreciate just what you have.
Ironic that a nation that abhors right wing totalitarian regimes so much would run their entire operation just like one. Hitler would have been proud.”
So there you go. NOT IMPRESSED by the SYSTEM!!!!
But, I suppose this is a blog about PU, and self-improvement and stuff so back to that.
The women overall: Ok.
The women in clubs = BRUTAL.
Totally brutal. The only girl I even got into a conversation with (out of 12+ approaches) was a french girl.
Daygame: Almost got laid w belarussian/Israeli girl but it went kinda bad after I bit her (I’ll put seperate entry up) :P
Tel Aviv: NOT GOOD
Jerusalem: PRETTY AWESOME
Still had fun. Good people overall, except the clubgirls +Hate the fucking government.