Kidnappings of Visitors — The Philippines at Center Stage

Kidnappings of Visitors — The Philippines at

Center Stage

“Nothing is as precious as life itself.” Colbert Bellevue

The Philippines has been moving toward center stage because of a number of factors and particularly its two unmistakable sides: A Good Side and a Sad Side.

The good side is that the Philippines offers a venue to the visitors to experience enjoyable moments, savor the natural beauty of its landscape, and have fun. This is the only island that I know of that is comprised of 1,707 small islands, most of which are uninhabitable. The Philippines, as a tropical country, offers an awesome and inspiring panoramic view of several thousands of small islands that seem interconnected so beautifully. If you love water sports and island-hopping, then the Philippines is a real island paradise, second to none, allowing you a sublime experience. I believe that, yes, you can have a great time and memorable moments in the Philippines, provided that certain criteria are met.

The sad side is that the island, which is less than the size of California, is tarnished by several deadly organized criminal groups and senseless killers who make their living by kidnapping foreign visitors. The hard truth is that from time to time, some foreign nationals fall victim to these heartless and senseless thugs in the Philippines. The sad reality is that this trend continues unabated up to this day, due to some regrettably negative factors. Unless you have a good knowledge of the country and an awareness of places that are dangerous to visit, then your life can be in jeopardy.

A case in point, Charlie Reith, a Swiss citizen, was having drinks with his friends when he was kidnapped in the Philippines (true and verifiable story). Jeffrey Schilling, an American citizen, went to the Philippines with his wife to have some good time, but they both were kidnapped (true and verifiable story). Martin and Gracia Burnham, both American citizens, were having a ball in a 5-star resort in the Philippines and were kidnapped (true and verifiable story). Just recently, on February 1, 2012, two foreign nationals were kidnapped in the Philippines (true and verifiable story).

A Video to Watch
The sad fact is that the killing and kidnapping-for-ransom of foreign visitors persist in a number of areas in the Philippines. Unless you are aware of places that should be off-limits to foreign nationals, you and your family might be the next victims. And, this is one mistake you wouldn’t want to make. I believe that all of these visitors mentioned earlier who had been kidnapped should have been alive if they had a chance to watch this video: “Serious about Visiting the Philippines,” and heed this author’s advice. Click on this link to watch the video: http://is.gd/XOajip

This video can help you safeguard your own life literally.  By all means, I suggest that you take a few minutes from your precious time and watch the video.

For detailed, unbiased, and reliable information about, click on this link: Serious about Visiting the Philippines? http://is.gd/XOajip

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