Scared Monkeys at the Boston Travel Show Reminding Aruba and All … Justice for Natalee Holloway (Part I)
A special thank you from those at Scared Monkeys to the Monkeys who braved the snow, cold and elements in traveling to the Boston Travel Show to boycott Aruba and remind Aruba and others that this is about … Justice for Natalee. Rest assured … any time that Aruba is your sponsor at a trade show, Scared Monkeys will be there to provide the truth to unsuspecting people.
SCARED MONKEYS AT BOSTON TRAVEL SHOW
“No Justice For Natalee … No Tourism for Aruba”
Scared Monkeys and those that care about the safety of travelers to Aruba and providing justice to those who have crimes committed against them will always be present and speak the truth. The following is from the Aruban tourism web page. That in red italics is closer to the truth interpretation.
It means welcome. And here, you truly are. (It means enter at your own risk. And here, if you have a crime committed against you, Aruba is certain to cover it up and provide you with no justice.)
You’re welcome to dream. (You are welcome to spend your hard earned money.) Of endless sun and scenery. (Of actually leaving Aruba alive in the same manner you entered it). Of breathtaking blues and crystal clear ocean and white, sandy beaches. (Of having your body disposed of at sea or left on the beach at the Fisherman’s Huts). You’re welcome to plan the ideal family vacation or wedding or honeymoon or meeting or simple escape to a colorful world away from home. (If you are foolish enough to spend your hard earned money of a vacation in Aruba, we are certain to promise you the world and say no problem only to do nothing for you if “anything bad happens.”) You’re welcome to explore. (Take your own chances.) To make everything that’s ours yours. To find the perfect something, or nothing, to do. (Buyer beware … you to can have “Some thing bad happen”.)
Welcome to Aruba. This is our home. And we want to share it with you. (Enter at your own risk, we barely provide justice for our own citizens, for tourists we are certain to cover up and crime and never investigate, prosecute or provide justice for you.)
UPDATE I: Comments from Monkeys at Boston Trade Show
It would appear that some of the Boston Police did not like the fact that Scared Monkeys was attending the Boston Travel Show and using their 1st Amendment Rights. However, thank you to the Boston Port Authority Police for their fine work.
UPDATE II: Actual video from the Boston Travel Show
The expression on Rob Smith’s face (blue shirt and jacket in video) and the nervous look he has is priceless. Hey Rob, how’s it feel to spend all that money on marketing of Aruban tourism for nothing?