I have Pakistan, Thailand, Cambodia, China, Bosnia and more. I carry electronics and I'm hostile as hell to the American surveillance regime.
The worst I've gotten is an apologetic patdown in US borders. I get more trouble in Eastern Europe and South Asia by far. I've had Bosnians want to know what I was doing in Belgrade for 4 months and Indians suspicious about my trips to Pakistan.
I'm not even saying that this guy didn't get delayed and searched multiple times. But there's something about his account that just doesn't ring true. It's not in what he says but the way he says it. And this "I will never set foot one in such a horrible place again" after visiting Somalia and Yemen shows a real lack of self-awareness and perspective. It's a tone I've seen before in visitors from francophone Canada and interestingly, from certain Northern European/Scandinavian countries. Often, it is accompanied by a faux-libertarian, Randian, anti-collectivist, anti-immigrant and anti-environment agenda. It's easy to complain about "the Green religion" when you live in a pristine place where there's no pollution. It's easy to complain about "collectivism" when you've already got universal healthcare and free education through university. And it's easy to complain about the "attack on culture" when you see five black faces working in menial jobs.