Deleting My Hotels.com Account After 100 Reward Nights Achieved

Deleting My Hotels.com Account After 100 Reward Nights Achieved

I am unabashedly and unashamedly pro-American. If anyone comes to my country, then they had better not drag others down. If they’re just here to drain the pot for their own personal gain and never assimilate, they’ll quickly turn the USA into the country they fled.

I’d say the riots in France are proof of this.

Deleting My Hotels.com Platinum Rewards Member Account

If there’s anything I’ve learned, it’s that you can’t keep complaining about the same problems without taking action and expect a different result. So unfortunately, the only solution is to not use Hotels.com for making travel accommodations if they’re going to prevent me from warning others to some of their worst hotel lodging partners.

It also prevents others from warning me.

Silicon Valley Strikes Again

It’s no surprise that Silicon Valley fancies itself as “diverse,” however they do tend to dress up their progressivism in cutthroat capitalistic practices like outsourcing work to components in the “developing world,” or importing them (insourcing) because the foreigners will happily accept lower wages.

They will also likely live in a collective among themselves and not assimilate, and even send their money back to their own countries. In the case of India, people come from a country that persecutes Christians in many places, lacks basic human services like running water, still retains a brutal caste system that you’re born into and can’t exit, and has rivers of feces.

Some Indians even bathe in bovine (cow) feces as a religious sacrament.

We are really celebrating diversity now, aren’t we?

Americans Should Demand Better

America’s once-high standards are what made it great and made people from other countries want to come here. But our own liberalism has been used against us by people whose primary concern is not to excel or deliver an exceptional product or service, but to milk America for all it’s got- or all it’s got left.

And they seem to have some help.

If I go to Google’s AI right now and ask it to give me some information on the negative effects of too much immigration, it gives me the following result:

Is Silicon Valley censoring AI writing results in Bard

Finally, after carefully rewording my query to digital snowflake language, I was able to achieve the following explanation on the potential downsides of too much immigration:

Immigration can have both positive and negative effects on a country. Some of the potential negative effects of immigration include:

  • Increased competition for jobs and resources: Immigrants may compete with native-born workers for jobs and other resources, such as housing and education. This can lead to lower wages and higher unemployment for native-born workers.
  • Strain on public services: Immigrants may place a strain on public services, such as schools, hospitals, and transportation systems. This can lead to higher taxes or longer waiting times for services.
  • Social and cultural tensions: Immigration can sometimes lead to social and cultural tensions, as different groups with different cultures come into contact with each other. This can lead to conflict and discrimination.
  • Security risks: Immigrants may pose a security risk, as they may be more likely to commit crimes or terrorist acts. However, it is important to note that the vast majority of immigrants do not pose a security risk.

It is important to note that these are just potential negative effects, and they may not always be realized in practice. The actual impact of immigration on a country will depend on a variety of factors, including the size and composition of the immigrant population, the economic conditions of the receiving country, and the government’s policies towards immigration.

It is also important to note that the negative effects of immigration are often overstated. For example, a study by the National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine found that the overall impact of immigration on the U.S. economy is positive. The study found that immigrants boost economic growth by filling labor shortages, starting businesses, and investing in the economy.

Ultimately, the decision of whether or not immigration is beneficial for a country is a complex one that must be made on a case-by-case basis. There is no one-size-fits-all answer.

Google Bard AI

They seem a little biased, as you can see. But at least they leave themselves an out. Unfortunately, it took way too long to achieve any type of result that was close to being neutral.

Conclusion: Hotels.com is Not for Me

Hotels.com is not immune to bad practices and failures of the U.S. government. But they don’t need to enable a bad situation. At the end of the day, I’ll vote with my feet and my wallet. Don’t think it has an impact?

How’s Bud Light doing these days, anyway?

Hotels.com will lose a customer (me) who achieved 100 reward nights, which meant I used their services for 1,000 nights in total to earn those “perks.” I hereby bequeath my Platinum Member status back to Hotels.com now.

Thanks for the memories.

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