Is it safe as long as I don't be a dick like Miles?

I spent a few months in Pakistan. I have regional experience. Interesting article here:

https://unherd.com/2023/07/the-impossible-truth-about-afghanistan/

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  1. 10 months ago
    Anonymous

    Did news come out about the guy?

    • 10 months ago
      Anonymous

      Who cares

    • 10 months ago
      Anonymous

      What's Lord Miles up to these days?
      Haven't seen any uploads

      He's in Taliban custody, nobody knows why (except him and the Taliban, obviously), there's an NGO called Presidium Network who is trying to help him because one of their employees is also in Taliban custody, but they're limited in what they can do for Miles because they don't have permission from his family to act on his behalf. This is their Twitter https://twitter.com/PresidiumNet/status/1667433650336546816

      • 10 months ago
        Anonymous

        >an NGO called Presidium Network
        British MI6 front trying to get their agent freed.

      • 10 months ago
        Anonymous

        >He's in Taliban custody
        He's getting raped in the ass by his Paki cellmates every day lol.

  2. 10 months ago
    Anonymous

    What's Lord Miles up to these days?
    Haven't seen any uploads

    • 10 months ago
      Anonymous

      Tight infidel bussy for afghani warriors to pleasure themselves with.
      He's been raped repeatedly. They have him wearing dresses now and going by the name Lady Millie.

      • 10 months ago
        Anonymous

        this is the canonical choice

        blond boys are a rare delicatessen in Afghanistan

  3. 10 months ago
    Anonymous

    I recently spent a half-year in Pakistan, too, and I'd probably think twice about crossing the border into Afghanistan. The government is largely comprised of half-witted herdsmen, most of whom have been programmed into viewing anything Western as inherently un-Islamic and potentially evil.

    While I'd probably feel somewhat assured by an official Taliban promise of protection, the risks of travel to Afghanistan extend well beyond those posed by the Taliban. As a Westerner, you could attract the attention of individual warlords, bandits, or comparably violent organizations, including al-Qaeda and the Islamic State.

    If you can speak Pashto or Farsi you'd probably be okay, but it's not like you can stop people from finding out you're foreign if you're traveling on a tourist visa and have to present I.D. while checking into hotels.

    But, TBQH, people have been traveling to Afghanistan before the Taliban even took power (albeit mostly in the Wakhan Corridor). You'd probably be fine if you're not a total dipshit--i.e., Miles--but the 1% chance of something going wrong basically equates to being kidnapped or killed.

    • 10 months ago
      Anonymous

      I've never been there, so I'm not some kind of authority saying this but it seemed in the travel vlogs and from what Miles and his friends were saying that there was a bit of a rift between the more educated Taliban who were a bit more tolerant to tourists and the "half-witted herdsmen" who, as you say, just view anything western as inherently un-Islamic and/or evil.

      • 10 months ago
        Anonymous

        What about Westerners who try avoid bringing any kind of Western influence when visiting? Wearing local clothes, speaking the local language, using Islamic greetings, pretending that you are seeking truth in Islam, etc.

        • 10 months ago
          Anonymous

          From what I understand there's a big ethnic component to it as well, the Taliban are largely Pashtun so while they are an Islamist group it's also kind of a Pashtun nationalist group. Maybe "nationalist" is the wrong word, but you get what I mean. I'm not sure they'd be completely accepting of just any foreigner even if they believed that foreigner to be a Muslim. Plus I suppose there is still a bit of a grudge against westerners after being at war with them for so long, even if they officially deny it.

      • 10 months ago
        Anonymous

        >but it seemed in the travel vlogs and from what Miles and his friends were saying that there was a bit of a rift
        To be fair, Miles was also abducted and hasn't actually been heard from in a half-year, so I'm not sure I'd put much stock in anything he's said. He's a narcissist and an attention prostitute; it was only a matter of time before he got in over his head.

        While I, personally, wouldn't give Afghanistan a chance, I think one could reduce risk significantly if they made an intentional, concerned effort to familiarize themselves with the local languages, local cultures, and local interpretations of Islam--provided, of course, that one has an invitation from the Taliban or another excuse to be there (can't speak for Afghanistan, but I've been to insurgency-affected regions elsewhere--let me fricking tell you that thirdies can be a very conspirational lot, and many, many people will just assume that you must be a CIA agent for being a bit off the grid).

        What about Westerners who try avoid bringing any kind of Western influence when visiting? Wearing local clothes, speaking the local language, using Islamic greetings, pretending that you are seeking truth in Islam, etc.

        From what I understand there's a big ethnic component to it as well, the Taliban are largely Pashtun so while they are an Islamist group it's also kind of a Pashtun nationalist group. Maybe "nationalist" is the wrong word, but you get what I mean. I'm not sure they'd be completely accepting of just any foreigner even if they believed that foreigner to be a Muslim. Plus I suppose there is still a bit of a grudge against westerners after being at war with them for so long, even if they officially deny it.

        I think being open, honest, and genuinely interested in the local cultures is probably the best way to go about it. If you try to conceal the fact that you're foreign, you'll save trouble in some spots but will get absolutely booty-blasted if it comes to light that you were lying to people about not being American or whatever (again, simpletons will just assume that the most logical explanation is that you're some kind of "agent").

        But you're also dealing with a bunch of moronic, illiterate teenagers and 20-something-year-olds who are both psychologically traumatized and addicted to opioids, so p much anything can happen.

    • 10 months ago
      Anonymous

      >You'd probably be fine if you're not a total dipshit--i.e., Miles--but the 1% chance of something going wrong basically equates to being kidnapped or killed.

      You're not worrying about the right thing. You're worrying about whether you're perceived as welcome by the locals when you really should worry about the locals being surprised you're even there to begin with. And the less they get about you, the more the "authorities" will want to understand what's up.

      You think being an butthole is what matters ? On the contrary, being a loud moron would fit with their idea of the ignorant, clueless anglo. Of course, that has the disadvantage of pissing the locals and you might just get caught for messing with their perceived sense of public order, but you don't want to be the guy who can speak pashto, is able to respect every custom and be discreet.

      And even if you were loud, your loudness could still be construed as a ploy, because the afghans and everyone in that region has been mindfricked so hard by military intel and the cia that they've long since learned to expect the absolute worst.

      Countries and regions like this you just don't go to even if you know what you're doing- especially so.

  4. 10 months ago
    Anonymous

    Here is an account of an Afghan girl that moved back there from the US when the Taliban was taking over because she knew how based they were and wanted to help them. She seems to spend most of her time calling out the israeli lies about her country

    https://nitter.net/janeygak

  5. 10 months ago
    Anonymous

    I pray everyday that this homosexual is the next on the next hi-def execution video.

    Frick miles and every single fricking homosexual who worshipped this cul-de-sac safe and sound harmless b***h. This board will never live this down as long as I’m alive

    • 10 months ago
      Anonymous

      Go back to your Thailand containment thread, Tyler.

      • 10 months ago
        Anonymous

        Cope I’m omnipresent on this board. Stand to the side

        • 10 months ago
          Anonymous

          lmao the only one coping is you. Even add in a little seethe what with Miles stealing your thunder. On the annoying scale, I consider you both around the same. Maybe on the hairline, too. Cope, seethe, and dilate (your scalp).

    • 10 months ago
      Anonymous

      Why are you seething? He didn't review enough brothels for you?

    • 10 months ago
      Anonymous

      Same. This dickhead is up there with the missionaries that go to sentinel island

  6. 10 months ago
    Anonymous

    I hate rich kid homosexuals like this and I’m glad he’s in Taliban custody. Frick attention prostitute rich kid homosexuals and especially disgusting Anglos. Anglos are absolute scum.

    • 10 months ago
      Anonymous

      Based Anglo hater

      What the frick did he do?
      Bald went there too, spent his trip doing cheap taliban jokes and dressing like a clown not knowing anything about the places he visited (as usual) and nothing happened to him.
      This guy probably tried to marry a 14yo girl or something.

      Hope he gets frickin beheaded in 1080hd

  7. 10 months ago
    Anonymous

    What the frick did he do?
    Bald went there too, spent his trip doing cheap taliban jokes and dressing like a clown not knowing anything about the places he visited (as usual) and nothing happened to him.
    This guy probably tried to marry a 14yo girl or something.

  8. 10 months ago
    Anonymous

    wait, I followef miles story when he postes here when he was there while the talibans where taking over the country but didn't he finally get out of the country? so what, he went back? or he never got out? update me a little my last info is from two years ago

    • 10 months ago
      Anonymous

      *followed
      *posted
      sorry I had a stroke

    • 10 months ago
      Anonymous

      He got out during the fall of Kabul.
      Then he went back like a moron and ended up getting captured by the Taliban. Now he is “”””in Taliban custody””””, and has been for months. The Taliban made some posts from his twitter, though of course there are no photos of him which I take to mean that he’s dead as frick.

      • 10 months ago
        Anonymous

        Taliban lurk /misc/. The new photo of him was posted 1 day before the official twitter announcement of his status by some random Afghani

    • 10 months ago
      Anonymous

      https://i.imgur.com/5UdgLBm.jpg

      He got out during the fall of Kabul.
      Then he went back like a moron and ended up getting captured by the Taliban. Now he is “”””in Taliban custody””””, and has been for months. The Taliban made some posts from his twitter, though of course there are no photos of him which I take to mean that he’s dead as frick.

      He want back because he was ADDICTED to that BAC (Big Afghani wiener)
      He died in "custody" after a Taliban with a 9" wiener perforated his anus during an especially rough bout of anal fricking and he bled out.

      • 10 months ago
        Anonymous

        You have to be 18+ to post here mate

        • 10 months ago
          Anonymous

          Same goes to you, Miles. Grow the frick up.

          • 10 months ago
            Anonymous

            >Same goes to you, Miles. Grow the frick up
            Wow. You sure showed me. Yes, it's really me, Miles. And you are definitely over 18

        • 10 months ago
          Anonymous

          Kys

          • 10 months ago
            Anonymous

            Yikes. Got me again

  9. 10 months ago
    Anonymous

    been there last year for 6 weeks, going back in just under two months. hardly any of the talibs speak english so you'd probably have a hard time explaining yourself at checkpoints both within the provincial capitals and on the roads between them, as well as obtaining the necessary permits from the tourist/interior affairs departments in each province, particularly outside of kabul. probably doable if you're smart, TB won't give you much hassle unless you're filming lots of stuff and seem suspicious. kabul, herat, mazar, bamyan, and kandahar are all relatively calm now. jalalabad and the eastern provinces are still the most dangerous parts of the country, and isis still has considerable influence in the rural parts near the pakistan border, despite what locals might tell you. your biggest worry is being in the wrong place at the wrong time, particularly in kabul and mazar; lots of official buildings and mosques have been blown up in the past few years. happy to answer more questions if needed.

    • 10 months ago
      Anonymous

      Hey anon, I did a 6 week motorbike trip across Northern Pakistan last year. Bought a Chinese motorbike in Islamabad. Thinking about doing the same thing in Afghanistan or even riding one across from Pakistan. Haven't thought of an itinerary yet but you have any thoughts about the idea?

      • 10 months ago
        Anonymous

        >riding one across from pakistan
        feasible in theory. the land border crossing (torkham) is open as usual and easily accessible, i entered and exited afg through it. the problems start when you get to the afghan side of the border. they'll pull you in when they see your foreign passport and question you (all very friendly, nothing to worry about, they have a guy there that speaks quite good english). but then you'll have to drive from the border to kabul, passing through two different provinces - no one speaks english at any of the other checkpoints outside kabul. i speak pashto so i was able to explain myself, but i don't really know what you'd do here. you (generally) also need what's called a 'focus person' when you're in afghanistan as an obvious foreigner, which is essentially a local who is responsible for you if you frick up etc and who also has to sign you out, in a way, when you leave. again, i avoided this but i'm unsure how you would. all this isn't to say that you wouldn't get to kabul and further north, because you probably could, albeit with some major delays. the pakistani border area and nangarhar province still hosts the bulk of isis fighters that are present in afghanistan; they're all in rural areas, but there is an added risk in jalalabad city because of this. more generally, you also need to visit the cultural/tourist ministry in each new province you visit and obtain a physical signed letter to allow you to travel through there and take photos etc; the checkpoint process is always sped up significantly when the talibs manning them see a letter signed by some higher up. wise to visit foreign affairs ministry in kabul initially too, and obtain a letter listing your purpose for being in the country and all the places you plan to visit.

        • 10 months ago
          Anonymous

          2/2
          >itinerary
          the roads in the northern part of the country, particularly the drive from kabul to mazar, is fricking nightmarish and a minimum 10hr trip, although i think they're building a new link road atm. i went on a bus, but regardless you'll have to travel through the salang tunnel, which is awful for several reasons but certainly doable. to the south, kabul to kandahar by road is straightforward but a 10hr trip again. on my trip i went kabul-kandahar-helmand-herat and then reversed back to kabul stopping in ghazni and zabol, and then went to bamyan and mazar from kabul, so i can't really comment on the road from mazar to herat. i didn't get to ghor province to see the minaret of jam, but the center of the country has some of the least developed provinces, and getting to the minaret takes at least 2 days with a lot of dirt roads, as per a friend who went recently. i haven't been able to explore any more of the north yet, but hopefully i'll get to badakshan and takhar and nuristan when i go back.

        • 10 months ago
          Anonymous

          2/2
          >itinerary
          the roads in the northern part of the country, particularly the drive from kabul to mazar, is fricking nightmarish and a minimum 10hr trip, although i think they're building a new link road atm. i went on a bus, but regardless you'll have to travel through the salang tunnel, which is awful for several reasons but certainly doable. to the south, kabul to kandahar by road is straightforward but a 10hr trip again. on my trip i went kabul-kandahar-helmand-herat and then reversed back to kabul stopping in ghazni and zabol, and then went to bamyan and mazar from kabul, so i can't really comment on the road from mazar to herat. i didn't get to ghor province to see the minaret of jam, but the center of the country has some of the least developed provinces, and getting to the minaret takes at least 2 days with a lot of dirt roads, as per a friend who went recently. i haven't been able to explore any more of the north yet, but hopefully i'll get to badakshan and takhar and nuristan when i go back.

          I know you haven't been there yet but do you think Nuristan/Kafiristan is safe enough? Are there still remote villages that practice paganism? I saw that movie, The Man Who Would Be King with Sean Connery and Michael Caine, and it really made me want to go there. Not to be a king or anything, it just seemed so far off and remote, and unique in their culture. It would be a tragedy if they're all Muhammads now... but what if there are secret, hidden pagans still? What if the government hasn't eradicated/converted them entirely and just lies about it because it's embarrassing?

          Also how hard can it be to backpack through the country without roads or villages, if I've had experience in deserts and mountains in the US? Theoretically, could someone sneak into Afghanistan from Tajikistan? Plenty of borders, can't be all that guarded, and there wouldn't be bombs out that way. Besides, I think the Taliban conflict is fake anyways, at least the heads of it are 100% CIA. Lord Miles (lol) faked his kidnapping. Either he went underground to become a spy (shedding his old identity) or it's all a show to make gullible westerners think the Taliban are spooky scary (they're "spooky", I'll give them that, if you know what I mean).

          • 10 months ago
            Anonymous

            >Theoretically, could someone sneak into Afghanistan from Tajikistan? Plenty of borders, can't be all that guarded, and there wouldn't be bombs out that way
            Unguarded borders are all incredibly mountainous terrain or river which is impassable by vehicle
            For context the entire western (half of the country) border is formed by a river and most of the GBAO border is too, theres only some gaps in the GBAO section and between them

            Forget going on foot at all you'll die

  10. 10 months ago
    Anonymous

    Chuds getting what's cumming to them is so perfect bros. He's being raped daily

  11. 10 months ago
    Anonymous

    Don't know who this gay is, I youtubed him and he has a shitty british u wot m8 accent, so I'm glad this happened to him.

    • 10 months ago
      Anonymous

      go back

  12. 10 months ago
    Anonymous

    a lot of text in this thread, the obvious answer is that it's not safe

  13. 10 months ago
    Anonymous

    I just remembered that period between 2012 and 2018 where western incels would run away to join isis

    • 10 months ago
      Anonymous

      They should do that more often. So many women would be spared from their insanity.

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