I don't agreed. And being a native chinkonese speaker my self, that's saying a lot. Hiragana and Katagana are pretty alphabetical, as in you spell phrases with them. Where Chinese/Kanji are just characters made up of parts either represents relative objects or abstract notions. There's no way for you to tell how a previously unknown character is suppose to be pronunced beside making guesses based on how it looks like.
Kanji does look more artistic and more unique when compared to western language though. I'll give you that.