No more Whiskey at the Grand Hayatt

I got lots of e-mails on this last piece of news: A Saudi owner of an egyptian Hotel has decided ti impose his religious belief on his establishment and prevent the serving of Alcohol in his Hotel. Some people naturally applauded (moronic unappreciative of alcohol people) the very islamic decision and others freaked out and talked about how Saudi is flexing its financial muscles and spreading their brand of Islam in the region. The later group is a bunch of mornonic fuckwits who haven;t been paying attention this past 10 years: Spreading their image of Islam? Really? Anymore than they already have? 

Look around you, you fuckin Morons. They have exported it already.  They even had you believe that Niqabs and Hijab's are parts of Islamic faith, and that Qaradawy is a moderate. Let's not ignore their television sponsored activities on the different MBC's and their numerous other channels (censoring kisses, blurting out words, re-editing entire Music Videos on MTV Arabia), or the amount of piss their directly deposit into people's brains by the fantastic islamist channels such as Al Nas and Al Resalah. And please, while we are at it, let's also mention how on Rotana they have been trying for the past 5 years to make Khaliji music and dance hip and cool, and failing miserably at it, because whether they like it or not, they are not artistic people. They understand the formulaic ways in which you can make something liked by the mass population, but they don't actually get it. However, they did manage to create a market for it in Egypt, sure it's a market that requires you to have lived in one of their countries to enjoy their tribal drivel, but it's a market nonetheless. Anyway… back to the original problem.

Me, personally, I ffind no problem with what this guy did. It's his hotel. He paid for it. He could serve rotten pigs' blood as a drink for all I care. The people, at the end of the day, have the right to either go to him for service or not. It's his money at the end of the day, and if he ends up losing out because of it, hey, one less gulfie with money to waste. How is that possibly a bad thing?

Now, if you are concerned that this will lead to other Hotels refusing to serve alcohol, well, simply start drinking alcohol more. Go to Hotels and order many many bottles of Liquor. Demand that the government issue more liquor licenses and open bars in your neighborhoods and streets. Send a message: Alcohol is still popular here, so Saudis can suck it! Anything short of this is folly and a waste of time. Or you can also get totally drunk as a group and go burn the fucker down. That should send a message as well.

0 comment on No more Whiskey at the Grand Hayatt

  1. ahmad
    May 25, 2008 at 6:48 pm

    or you can go fuck yourself!

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  2. Noliving
    May 25, 2008 at 7:16 pm

    Dude ahmad he already does that by masturbating. He doesn’t care if the owner doesn’t sell alcohol or not. He has an issue with those bitching about the saudi owning the hotel.

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  3. ahmad
    May 26, 2008 at 12:44 am

    Oh alright then…

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  4. CarpetCaptain
    May 26, 2008 at 1:33 am

    I think i read an article somewhere stating that he can lose the hotel’s 5 star rating. I think that they should go ahead and yank it at which time Hyatt would be more than happy to end whatever franchising/managment agreement they have with him. If Saudi and other Gulf dirtbags want to stay there they can have it, but I think they will soon wake up to the simple realities of the tourism industry.

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  5. Twosret
    May 26, 2008 at 3:57 am

    How did Hyatt agree with his policy being an owner doesn’t give you rights to do so? I’m sure Hyatt will do something about this one.

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  6. K-2
    May 26, 2008 at 10:05 am

    Well, Saudies will have to go to western countries and Bharein to get drunk.

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  7. Patrick
    May 26, 2008 at 7:18 pm

    I really hope this guy suffers financially for his idiotic decision. The Saudis are corrupting Egyptian culture.

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  8. Mansour
    May 26, 2008 at 9:23 pm

    I am sad to see this happen to the Grand Hyatt, because I have good memories there and alcohol played an imprtant role in making it happen on a hot summer night!

    But I don’t think there is any significance to the decision made by this bedouin dick head.

    This doesn’t mean that alcohol consumption is safe in Egypt. The Muslim Brothers are the biggest opposition force in Egypt and guess what their first decision will be on the day they come to power?

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  9. Mohamed
    May 29, 2008 at 5:59 pm

    There will come a day when all you consumers of alcohol will squeel like pigs for allowing your sisters and moms to take of their panties to strangers becuase they were intoxicated.

    Burn in hell you wanna be Biblical hypocrits and Nazi’s

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  10. tedders
    May 29, 2008 at 7:33 pm

    “There will come a day when all you consumers of alcohol will squeel like pigs for allowing your sisters and moms to take of their panties to strangers becuase they were intoxicated.”

    I guess Mohamed’s mommy never taught him anything about moderation, or keeping his sisters panties on in a crowded room. As an occasional consumer of alcohol, I have yet to, “take of their panties to strangers becuase they were intoxicated.”

    Have you ever had a real, lucid and complete thought in your life Mohamed? How old are you really? 19, 20 at tops. Your rhetoric is tired and repressive, why don’t you concentrate on living your own life in a moral way instead of trying to live our lives for us?

    You obviously missed the “grammar” day at school but for gosh sakes at least use spell checker.

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  11. CarpetCaptain
    May 31, 2008 at 4:17 am

    Mohammad you’re such an adorable little terrorist wannabe.

    You need to get out a little more my opressed sexually frustrated lil friend. How did the baning of alcohol in some cairo shithole (actually i like the place) turn into mothers and sisters’ panties? What if neither wore any? Will you still blame it on alcohol

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  12. Native-Foreigner
    June 1, 2008 at 8:19 am

    Mohammed – what about the brothers/fathers/uncles with loose undies? You are forgetting, my friend, that it is sober, stoned, or drunk MEN that are out on the prowl.
    I hate how the “holier-than-thou” attitudes of you pretending to be uber-religious Egyptian men who make all women’s actions negative. More often than not, it is Friday Praying, Galabeya wearing men who are out drinking and looking for women, while their wives are home with the children or working hard as house maids or nannies. I’ve seen it over and over.
    So next time, focus on the issues in your sex before turing them around and putting women in such negative light.
    PS – I have yet to find a multitude of bra-twirling girls who get loose with Egyptian men, no offense, but you’re not the best looking.

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