Outside the Gold Curtain: Ugly Americans.

Students party on a beach in Cancun (Screen cap).

Students party on a beach in Cancun (Screen cap).

The Gold Curtain is on its way down, to encompass oh-so-special Amerikka, but unfortunately, the ugly is still escaping, and is busy leaving trails of Trumpslime all over the place.

CANCUN — What would be a dream night for Suly and Anaximandro Amable, a newly married couple who went to Cancun for their honeymoon, became a bitter experience on Monday March 13.

During a family show on the high seas, young American spring breakers began to sing the controversial “Build That Wall” chant, which shocked Mexican national tourists and workers.

This is just one of the many blameworthy behaviors that young spring breakers have shown recently in Cancun and that are described as acts of xenophobia and discrimination against Mexicans within their own country, which is (or should be) totally unacceptable.

Anaximandro, from Perú, made the following statement on social networks: “Today I was with Suly, my wife (who is a native of Mexico), watching an entertainment show off the coast of Cancun aboard a boat, and at the end of the show, a flock of Americans (maybe under the influence of alcohol, or maybe not), began to sing the infamous “Build that wall” chant louder and louder”.


Several Mexican tourists on board the ship expressed their annoyance, but the Americans did not stop at all and continued singing the racist hymn.

This situation is far from being an isolated incident, and it adds to the growing number of complaints from tourism sector workers, who point out that in recent days many Spring Breakers have been offensive, rude and haughty towards Mexican people.

This is way beyond embarrassing. Light years beyond. This is a type of terrorism: ugly, screaming, insistent braggadocio of invasive idiots, who are utterly certain of their greatness and specialness. Well, you’re special alright, you excel at being fucking idiots. Here, have a teeny star for mindless braying, never once having a thought invade those shit filled heads, about how you would feel, if upon arrival for your drunken revelry, you were greeted with “Back behind the Gold Curtain!” and swiftly expelled from a place you expected to enjoy. Americans have a tendency to assume they are oh so grand, and of course, always welcome, and oh yes, always right. There’s little realization of just how many Americans are poisonous, entitlement-stuffed bigots, whose mouths are one hundred times larger than their brains. Many times, even when that’s realized, there’s a bit of scuffing, grabbing a broom to sweep such under the rug, and an assumption of innocence. This doesn’t even cover the exceptional stupidity attached to exceptionally ugly Americans: they are spending money in the country they so denigrate. Heeeeeey, we’re spending Amerikkkan money here, so we have a perfect right to be shit-filled, obnoxious fucking idiots! Yaaaaay Amerikkka!

Christ. I’d think such fucking idiots would have been insistent on being really truly good Amerikkans, and spending behind the Gold Curtain, in Florida or something. Guess the good ol’ USA ain’t good enough for the Trumpholes.

Given the incredible ugliness of too many Americans, I don’t think it’s going to be long before other countries decide they have had enough, and just ban us all. If you want a fine example of the ugly I’m talking about, head on over to the Yucatan Times, and read the comments. You might want to make sure you have an empty stomach.

Via The Yucatan Times.


  1. blf says

    With the approaching tourist season here in France (not to mention a possible le penazi disaster), I’m tending to become a bit concerned about an amerinazi incident locally. There are the odd “ugly american” incidents, but I cannot think of any (locally, at any rate) which became an actual problem. I’m less blasé about possible amerinazi kooks, since there are definitely people who would take exception.

    (To my intense joy, there were no le penazis at this morning’s market. Also, Le Pen herself got a bit of a pasting at last night’s debate, albeit her worshipers probably won’t see it that way.)

  2. says


    Mostly because those freedoms are grossly expressed feelings of exceptionalism.

    Go look at the comments. With one or two exceptions, it’s all Trumpholes, and their uh, “reasoning” is something to behold.

  3. quotetheunquote says


    I knew Cancun was a haven for Young People Behaving Badly, but never knew it was this bad; I think Mexico needs to build a wall, and make American undergraduates pay for it…

    Caine #5. Oh yes, some dandies there -- my favourite (although I didn’t spend a lot of time reading) was the one blaming “liberals … sending their children to liberal colleges.” Yes, all those fresh-faced liberal-arts students, screaming “build that wall!”

    [near-fatal eyeroll]

  4. says


    Seriously, they don’t even have a sense of self-preservation

    It would never occur to the pointy brained idiots that anyone would want to hurt them.

  5. blf says

    It would never occur to the pointy brained idiots that anyone would want to hurt them.

    Or that anyone who tried to would be capable of doing so. USArseholian exceptionalism, and all that… (although in this specific case, I concur, it seems more likely that, fired-up by being in a like-minded group, there wasn’t much sense of self-preservation at work).

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