Saudis Building Women-Only City

by W.F. Price on August 13, 2012

In an effort to bolster female participation in industry, Saudi Arabia is building a city entirely for female workers in the eastern part of the desert kingdom. The city is supposed to allow women to be productive without violating strict Wahhabi rules prohibiting integration of sexes.

Interestingly, some of the more conservative elements of Wahhabi Islam seem to jibe with radical feminist ideals, such as removal of men from women’s lives.

Saudi Arabia, which operates under Sharia Law, does not forbid women from having jobs. But only 15 percent of the country’s workforce is female, and the women-only city is expected to increase that figure.

Under Wahhabism, the branch of Sunni Islam that governs the laws of Saudi Arabia, there is segregation of men and women, with most women working for all-female firms, according to the Sydney Morning Herald.

Even before construction gets underway on the women-only city, other similar enclaves are being planned throughout the kingdom, according to al-Rasheed.

“We have plans to establish a number of women-only industries in various parts of the kingdom,” he told the Daily Mail.

East Asian societies, such as Korea in the 1960s and 70s and then China in the 80s and 90s, harnessed female labor most effectively, but only through a brutal lack of concern for women who made the wrong choices. Without any hope of support, unwed expectant mothers aborted children in the vast majority of cases, and those who followed through and had children were cast out into the street with nothing. Such callous treatment of women is highly unlikely in Islamic society, which invented chivalry and honors the feminine to a degree unknown in Confucian societies.

Radical gender segregation will only come back to haunt Saudi leaders, because women instinctively seek a male patron, and cut loose from family they will naturally “marry” the state or the corporations they work for. Furthermore, men will have to run the infrastructure of the city, including transportation, plumbing, power generation and other male occupations.

The result, inevitably, will be a great deal of prostitution of one sort or another in these cities, and even more fornication. Harems, as oriental potentates have known for ages, can only be maintained with massive, expensive security. Virtual armies of eunuchs were required to keep an eye on sultans’ and Chinese emperors’ harems, and even that probably wasn’t enough to prevent a fair amount of fooling around.

The genius of monogamy lies in the fact that every husband is tasked with keeping an eye on only one wife, obviating the need for formal sexual control of females. And even in that setup it’s always been a difficult job.

The reason female sexuality has always required control is that motherhood is expensive to maintain, as the US armed forces are discovering since the integration of women. Unwed motherhood requires a social tax, whether formal or not, and people have always chafed at having to pay this price.

As Wahhabism crumbles under feminist pressure, we can expect to see a very rapid destabilization of the Islamic family – as well as loosening sexual mores – in Saudi Arabia. Islam has not always been known for its strict sexual morality, and in fact Westerners saw eastern lands as nirvanas of sexual liberation as recently as the early 20th century. While Britain seethed under the restrictions of bourgeois Victorian morality in the 19th century, men fantasized about the forbidden pleasures of Turkish baths, oriental brothels and dancing girls.

It was only in the postwar era that decadence was reversed, and Islam came to be seen as a more restrictive regime. However, that era is probably coming to a close, even as the West reaches its moral nadir.

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Highwasp August 13, 2012 at 16:44

Western style ‘EEK-WALLET-EE’ imposed on the Arabian House of Saud – You Go Gurrl!! – bankrupt those cultures – (there’s more than one way to ‘win’ a war) I wonder if the maintenance crew’s minimal job requirement will include having their balls cut off prior to eligible entrance to the city’s ‘infrastructure’. (Eunuch only need apply). Or maybe they can qualify simply by being gay… They are already brown so that won’t count…

Well anyway, it seems that we men here in the USA have a little more in common with the men in Saudi Arabia – feminism is now F#!!&ing with them just like it has been with us. In reaction – what’s next? A Global unity of Men as we all are subject to a common foe – regardless of race, color, nation or religion?

Nahhh… but maybe.

‘The enemy of my enemy is my friend’

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Attila August 13, 2012 at 16:53

Would be great if an all-female country were reserved for Ameriwomyn- I bet a lot of guys would be willing to pay the airfare. Could be called Fembotistan or Gynovia.

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Geography Bee Finalist himself August 13, 2012 at 16:59

“Islam has not always been known for its strict sexual morality.”

This is also already true in West Africa, at least outside Mauritania and northern Nigeria, where prostitution laws are not always strictly enforced, albeit due to budgetary constraints. One of my host father’s friends in Mali wanted to know if he could get a prostitute in New York City. I had to tell him that he would have legal problems as a prostitute’s john in most of the US with the exception of rural Nevada counties.

In most of West Africa, however, upwards of 95% of the population disapproves of both male same-sex attraction and lesbianism, and even Christians are not welcoming of said attractions. West Africans of any affiliation are very up front about expressing their disapproval of sexual orientation minorities. It will be a long while before a majority of West Africans tolerate sexual orientation minorities.

West African Muslims are not yet tolerant of Muslim women having the hots for non-Muslim men either. Converts are welcome in Islam and Christianity and most West African Muslims are gracious when a Muslim commits apostasy.

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Snaut August 13, 2012 at 17:02

When the narrative comes round to Islam in the manosphere, one will hear regularly from the commentariat, a certain wistfulness for a growing system where men run things, and an anonymous man’s folly that Islam is a viable alternative. Ironically, this takes place in an area of the culture where the decline of the west is most frequently lamented, which overlaps heavily with the motivations for reactionaries.

Make no mistake. Islam, identical with Christianity and Judaism, is a model that worked up to a point, but must eventually be superseded by a better model-one that gets men respect, women to behave, and minimize the theft and rape and murder so that we can all enjoy our air conditioning and retirement accounts. Our task is to discover that model such that it not invoke a god. Everyone else loves to ape The Matrix with the “I’m right” language, and now it is my turn: the absent god is the final anomoly which must be removed from the system of equations in order to get the whole thing to finally, finally, work, and not break down in another thousand years.

Emigrate to Asia for the promise of more agreeable women, fine. Just don’t consider too seriously the Islamic mode of life-too many are already benighted on that course. And step outside your anonymous dick-swinging contest for just a moment to remember-they do cut women’s noses and clits off, you know.

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Keyster August 13, 2012 at 17:26

Israel can do the dirty work for the Kingdom for only so long. Eventually there will be war with Iran, and the Saudi monarchy will be right in the middle of it; missles flying through the airspace above.

I don’t think anything that happens there can be compared to “normal” western culture, especially between men and women. Perhaps there will be changes in the underground sub-culture of sex and drug trade, but we’ll never know of it here. But they’ll be worrying about other things, like the pesky Persians stirring up trouble yet again.

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JFinn August 13, 2012 at 18:48

The reason global traditionalists restrict female mobility is to keep them safe from the malevolent males(all males.) The reason global traditionalist prohibit revealing/tight female clothing, is so that dirty disgusting male pigs(all males) won’t taint the purity of the angelic females. It’s not about the desire to imprison the woman as much as it is about protecting them like diamonds.

Slut-shaming, similarly, is largely about perv-shaming(of men.) A sexually liberated woman is disgusting because male perverts defiled her.

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piercedhead August 13, 2012 at 18:53

University towns in the West are fast becoming our equivalent of all-female cities – I guess the convents of the past are being re-invented and super-sized. Just goes to show that whatever reasons existed in the past are still with us today – it’s only the form that changes, not the function.

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Anonymous August 13, 2012 at 18:58

There was this lady who spent some time in Saudi Arabia. About four years ago she told me that Saudis are most sexually-repressed society… She was concerned that one day the pressure will exceed the restrains, and there will be mayhem in the society. Probably, she unwittingly predicted the Arab Spring.

There was something else notable that she said. Saudi couples travel to Lebanon, one of the Middle East freest / Libertarian nations for vacation. On arrival at the airport, husband and wife split, each going their own hedonistic way, only to reunite on the way back to the kingdom.

In an effort to bolster female participation in industry, Saudi Arabia is [Read: Men are] building a city entirely for female workers in the eastern part of the desert kingdom.

Why don’t they start from scratch — by allowing women — to build their own city? “Look ladies. You want freedom to have a city all for yourself, show us you can do it :) Create all-women construction companies to build your own city. You can even import expatriate feminist Engineers to help you design and build structures that conform to matriarchal standards…”

Why

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W.F. Price August 13, 2012 at 19:03

University towns in the West are fast becoming our equivalent of all-female cities – I guess the convents of the past are being re-invented and super-sized. Just goes to show that whatever reasons existed in the past are still with us today – it’s only the form that changes, not the function.

-piercedhead

You know, it wouldn’t really bother me if the girls in college were producing something worthwhile, such as clothing and sneakers. But all we get from our female sweatshops are worthless papers on gender theory.

Gay State Girl August 13, 2012 at 19:22

What’s the point of this article? What are you attempting to get at? As long as they are not treading on your turf…I see this as an improvement.

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The Whammer August 13, 2012 at 19:28

More from Pussy Riot

click those links in the story to get a better picture about what these feminist whores are up to

http://takimag.com/article/when_pussies_riot_jim_goad#axzz23U0uRI59

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Deus August 13, 2012 at 19:44

It might not be such a big problem for women. The Atlantic ran an article a few years ago that claimed homosexuality is rife in Saudi Arabia.

http://www.theatlantic.com/magazine/archive/2007/05/the-kingdom-in-the-closet/5774/

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piercedhead August 13, 2012 at 19:52

“You know, it wouldn’t really bother me if the girls in college were producing something worthwhile, such as clothing and sneakers. But all we get from our female sweatshops are worthless papers on gender theory.”- W.F.Price

As I understand it, the convents of Europe’s past were also heavily subsidised by the Catholic church and wealthy (read male) benefactors. The proposed Saudi city is very much pie-in-the-sky. My suspicion is that, like convents and our ‘academies’, Saudi Femville will exist solely on funds expropriated from male enterprise and labour (ie as it is built, so shall it prosper).

Not much different to how the economies of the West are run.

It is difficult to imagine any all-female enterprise that is actually self-sustaining (much as it is difficult to imagine a female national leader that isn’t in some way closely related to a powerful man), but as difficult as that is, from the exceptions perhaps one might find a common thread.

From the animal world we certainly know how to extract value from the female though – think milk, honey, eggs and meat. Curiously, all byproducts of the female capacity to reproduce. Even in the human economy, it is that same capacity that is the most lucrative.

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Tom936 August 13, 2012 at 20:37

Saudi Arabia is building a city entirely for female workers in the eastern part of the desert kingdom

It would be interesting if they did that for real. With female trash collectors, female police, female carpenters, women doing all the supporting drudge jobs that men usually do for them. But they won’t. If Saudi Arabia goes through with it, there’ll be loopholes and rationalizations. There’ll have to be. And in the end, the men will provide for the women, the women will get another special little favor, and they won’t be grateful.

Even before construction gets underway on the women-only city,

If women are ready to maintain a whole city all by themselves, does that mean they are doing all of the construction work? Any of it?

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Rebel August 13, 2012 at 20:46

During my (long) life, I have known only a handful of Arab women. One was Moroccan, two were Lebanese and three were Egyptians.

I saw no noticeable difference with their Europan sisters, except maybe for one thing they shared: just like Greek women, they were very passionate.

I have also known one Persian woman of hallucinating beauty, but that one was a few notches above my status… She was filthy rich and bright as the sun. She made a lasting impression on me: 40 years later, I still remember the Iranian words she taught me.

And by the way, the Persians are trying to ensure their own continuity: petrol will run out for them, too and they will need some nuclear power.
They are not trouble makers just because they don’t want to kiss asses.
They have suffered much more from the Westerners than us from them.

They know all too well how and empire works: they built the first one ever. They are too proud to bend over backward before the Western paesano.

Worthy of consideration: Israel, Saudi Arabia and Iran are hard core patriarchies. We should not be taking sides. They are not going to attack our weakening matriarchy, fear not.
I don’t think we should interfere with them at all.

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Attila August 13, 2012 at 20:51

Wahabism is considered a heresy by all major legal schools of Islam — so it should not be taken as anything but a negative example. Shia Islam is another world. The Shia clergy – for all their faults- are a pretty educated- and well-read lot – although they take great pains to hide it. Khomeini too- was an anomaly within Shia. In fact- he was not recognized by a significant part of the mullahcracy. Iranians- even the most backward- and Saudi Arabians are aeons/light-years apart.

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walking in hell2 August 14, 2012 at 00:15

This is overly generous of the Muslim men, and most likely destabilizing. By being recklessly chivalrous, Saudi men are introducing a cancer to Saudi society.

If I were the governing forces in Saudi Arabia, I would export Saudi women who wanted to work to other countries; for example, flush the trouble makers into America or Britain and let them slave away.

I would then replace the unhappy exports with new imports who were happy with Saudi life.

I think the Saudi man’s inexperience with feminism has caused them to make a decision which will eventually destroy the Saudi family and bring misery to the entire country. This is a big mistake.

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walking in hell2 August 14, 2012 at 00:24

Here is a video.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=H4sE1Ih048A

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Troll King August 14, 2012 at 00:57

OT

http://www.amptoons.com/blog/2012/07/31/adoption-is-not-a-womans-sole-decision/comment-page-1/#comments

You should definately read through the comments.

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Opus August 14, 2012 at 01:33

I believe you do 19th century British males a great dis-service, in suggesting that they yearned for the flesh pots of the east. They tended to keep sex within marriage (as of course is still the case generally) but should they wish to stray there were always home-grown prostitutes (as there still are). 19th Century British males do seem to have actually been highly monogamist and generally of the highest moral calibre – such that when in the early Twentieth Century the Titanic sank and the Somme beckoned, they behaved with total selflessness – and that sort of behaviour does not happen overnight.

My nation’s – and indeed my own family’s – ancestors need and deserve a grovelling apology (and a large donation to The Women’s and Orphan’s Charity).

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W.F. Price August 14, 2012 at 02:18

I believe you do 19th century British males a great dis-service, in suggesting that they yearned for the flesh pots of the east.

-Opus

You think so? How on earth could I hold it against them?

I’m a great fan of Richard Francis Burton, and he had no qualms about describing the pleasures of the orient in lurid terms.

However, I do admit that the French produced most of what would have passed for pornography at the time (a tasteful painting if I may say so myself), but I’d be highly surprised to learn that British men were not consumers of the genre.

A touch of orientalism never hurt any man; certainly not the British friends I caroused with overseas.

ode August 14, 2012 at 02:43

Gay State

What’s the point of this article? What are you attempting to get at?

Civilization began 5,000 years ago. If women were naturally “independant” as what feminists claimed then why didn’t women get together to organize and build their own city a long time ago?
Why wait for men to do it for them?

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DCM August 14, 2012 at 03:18

“Gay State Girl August 13, 2012 at 19:22

What’s the point of this article? What are you attempting to get at? As long as they are not treading on your turf…I see this as an improvement.”

All female communities don’t function well at all. There have been attempts to create lesbian communities from scratch and they ended up no better off than temporary settlements of bums before they disbanded.
If I can hunt down references I will.

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namae nanka August 14, 2012 at 03:22

“Unwed motherhood requires a social tax, whether formal or not, and people have always chafed at having to pay this price. ”

Steve Moxon in his book “The Woman Racket” has said that the reason that men got default custody of children in the case of divorce wasn’t because the society was male-dominated and misogynist(LOL) but that no one wanted to pay for someone else’s child and by giving father default custody he then could be exhorted to do so.
The recent argument that some feminists make is that the 2nd wavers got rid of the default mother custody that patriarchy’s sexism gave to women by making the thing gender-neutral, what they don’t mention is that the default mother custody(Tender years doctrine) came due a feminist as well and as Warren Farrell points out, NOW changed their “world needs more parenting from fathers” tune quite abruptly when women refused to go along with it during divorce.

As for Islam, it’s more gender-neutral than what media makes out to be. Dress codes are also applicable on men, and adultery gets them stoned too(wherever it happens).
And some reports suggest that more women than men convert to Islam in western countries, like Sweden, their rationale being understood here:
http://www.evilmilk.com/pictures/Cruel_Male_World.jpg

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ode August 14, 2012 at 04:06

walking in hell

If I were the governing forces in Saudi Arabia, I would export Saudi women who wanted to work to other countries; for example, flush the trouble makers into America or Britain and let them slave away.

Unfortunately that would not work because that would involve exporting over half the females. Many westerners do not know this but Saudi women are voracious consumers of western civilization’s trash media. Everything from celeberty gossip TV, fashion magazines, feminist themed sitcom TV shows, movies, you name it when they are in the privacy of their own homes they are being indoctrinated with the same feminist crap. The typical Saudi woman thinks she has girl power and she’s going to have a glorious carer like what she saw in the TV show Sex and the City.

Don’t let the veil and full body black robe fool you. Saudi women have been completely brainwashed just like their western counterparts. The only difference is the men in their society is keeping their behavior in check…..at least for now.

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Opus August 14, 2012 at 04:07

@W.F.

So firstly it is Briton’s generally seething under Victorian morality but in the end it turns out to be just one – Burton – so seething – and a man who had the opportunity to indulge himself, which few did. Did not Lt F.B.Pinkerton of the U.S. Navy do just that to the considerable distress of Cio Cio San in David Belasco’s play Madame Butterfly – fiction, I know, but based on fact – so I would like to hear more about repressed 19th century Americans travelling the world for sex – indeed my theory maintains that that is essentially what Tourism, – by both men and women – or should I say Whorism is about. Yet even those of us who have overcome repressive Victorian moral constraints do not always seek R&R in the brothels of south-east asia, though it is within our budget to do so should we seek fit. Never been there myself.

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SMH August 14, 2012 at 04:58

OT,

Have you guys seen that “One is Too Many” Campaign that Obama is doing? Check out an edited version that shows the hypocrisy of the campaign.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QWN_cOWds5k&feature=plcp

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The Big Daddy C-Master August 14, 2012 at 05:41

The whole monogamy thing and men having to only worry about one woman wouldn’t be an issue if women followed what they want to do, which is just split the top 10%. That means there would be a few men with dozens or more women. Men at the top know that women drift from time to time to the other rich handsome guy nearby, and they don’t care because they know when one woman leaves, 2 or more come to play. The problem that men with that kind of desirability, attractiveness, and status have is when they’re forced to pay for another man’s kids. There are going to be a very limited number of top guys for women to choose from naturally, so they won’t be going anywhere too often anyways. Just the way nature tends to work.

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dalek that exterminates stupidity August 14, 2012 at 06:07

Correction: Men build women only city.

Somehow I doubt the women are actually building it themselves.

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universe August 14, 2012 at 06:15

So, the drones are about to construct the next future territorial brothel?

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Troll King August 14, 2012 at 06:39

OT.

A woman goes on a shooting spree and ofcourse it isn’t mentioned in the same vein as if it was a man

http://www.kirotv.com/news/news/crime-law/woman-charged-random-grocery-store-shooting-3-men/nQ9q4/#cmComments

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Rocco August 14, 2012 at 06:43

There are so many positive features to this.

MRM to Feminists: Get a Job!

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dragnet August 14, 2012 at 07:04

@ Rebel

Wisest words ever said on Iranians on this site.

The manosphere—and US foreign policy—could use a lot more of this kind of sanity.

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Opus August 14, 2012 at 07:18

@W.F.

Otherwise it is a great essay.

I was recently reading Montesquieu’s Persian Letters [1721] where he contrasts the freedom of French women to do what they want (note that Feminazis!) with the strictness in the Persian Harems. Both the French men and the Persian men find women impossible to handle, but in the Harems the only way they can do it, if at all, is by way of the Eunuchs. Now what is the modern equivalent of the eunuch – seeing as most men will not voluntarily have themselves castrated? Why, of course, the Mangina – men like Futrelle – who attempt to assure women that with them they are safe. Perhaps they should have the full operation. The White Knights (who promise women’s organisations anything they demand) are – like Prime Minister Cameron – the owners of the Harem but terrified that the women will turn against him, and if they do he will then have to blame the Manginas for failing to keep control.

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Common Monster August 14, 2012 at 08:01

> producing clothing and sneakers…

I was reflecting on this general topic recently. What has Team Woman accomplished in this area after ~50 years of rearranging all the cultural furniture? What are they now known for? I mean, on the plus side.

Boutique cupcake stores. While the Hostess Corp. is filing for bankruptcy. You almost can’t make stuff like this up.

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Uncle Elmer August 14, 2012 at 08:10

Read an interesting book about the discovery of a sunken Chinese junk off the coast of Vietnam that contained thousands of porcelain and ceramic items produced by the Vietnamese in the 1400s.

The author goes into the history of deep-sea diving a bit and recounts the story of a ship discovered in an Arab harbor that had 300 female skeletons in sacks lashed to the deck. Apparently some guy had his entire harem tied to a boat deck and sunk it after finding out one of them had been unfaithful.

Anyway, good story about the business and politics of sunken treasure harvesting.

http://www.amazon.com/Dragon-Sea-Treasure-Archeology-Vietnam/dp/B001OMHTA2/ref=sr_1_1?s=books&ie=UTF8&qid=1344956660&sr=1-1&keywords=Dragon+Sea

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numnut August 14, 2012 at 08:11

Let’s take the American women and ship them to Australia and bring the aussie men to America.

You wouldn’t even need a naval force to block the shipping lanes as women could not operate a ship.
They would be back to mud huts in less than two generations,and open rivers of sewage would flow through the streets.

Women are incapable of building or maintaining infrastructure.
They can’t make electricity and will refuse to even move a porta-jane much less build a septic system.

Funny how I’ve never seen a woman on a septic system job.They just dissapear!

Most likely out shopping for more shoes,or consuming an fish dinner caught by a man.Or any food product provided by men.

How are these women in the Saudi cities gonna eat?
They are too lazy and dumb to produce food.
Heck,they do not even understand water flows downhill.They’ve never HAD to!

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Keyster August 14, 2012 at 08:26

And by the way, the Persians are trying to ensure their own continuity: petrol will run out for them, too and they will need some nuclear power.

Petrol runs out for them because they haven’t developed an efficient refinery system. Iran actually exports crude oil to be refined in petrol elsewhere and shipped back. Pretty incompetent for a once great empire. The future of Iranian oil reserves is not a concern.

They are not trouble makers just because they don’t want to kiss asses. They have suffered much more from the Westerners than us from them.

Right, I guess it’s just a coincidence that they’re testing long range ballistic missles while they’re developing nuclear fission. They seek to shift the balance of power in the middle east – – towards them. Do whatever they want or else. That kind of power in the hands of deranged Mullahs is not a good thing.

Yes, oh how we’ve made them suffer, or something.

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Venom Froggy August 14, 2012 at 09:29

@Highwasp:
“Western style ‘EEK-WALLET-EE’ imposed on the Arabian House of Saud – You Go Gurrl!! – bankrupt those cultures – (there’s more than one way to ‘win’ a war) I wonder if the maintenance crew’s minimal job requirement will include having their balls cut off prior to eligible entrance to the city’s ‘infrastructure’. (Eunuch only need apply). Or maybe they can qualify simply by being gay… They are already brown so that won’t count…”

Speaking of eunuchs and gays, it kinda already works like that in several industries, if only unofficially.

One example? Body painting. If you’re a guy and you want paint the naked flesh of women, you’d better be gay. And if you’re not gay, you sure as hell better prepare to fake being gay around the girls or those girls will have you THROWN OUT THE FUCKING WINDOW by security in less than five minutes.

I fucking hate the West!!!

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Lovekraft August 14, 2012 at 09:45

Ah, the Middle East, where they hack your head off at the slightest insult to their prophet while claiming to be the originator of global peace.

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Craig Himself August 14, 2012 at 10:54

@ piercedhead:
“My suspicion is that, like convents and our ‘academies’, Saudi Femville will exist solely on funds expropriated from male enterprise and labour (ie as it is built, so shall it prosper).”

Bingo-zingo, sir. This looks to me like the biggest harem ever. For one, only certain men will have the resources and free time to sail in there during the day, do their business, and drive home to their families. It’s like a huge legitimized zoo or game preserve for whores.

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reality August 14, 2012 at 11:17

At least there will be no sexual harassment lawsuits.

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Ragnar August 14, 2012 at 11:35

A city of and for women – ok!
Who will do the infrastructure, aircondition, oil change and such?
Just asking!

It will be a great example of womens need for men.

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greyghost August 14, 2012 at 12:49

Before the end of the cold war and the feminization and now homosexualization of the military a west pac (western pacific) deployment to Japan,Korea,The Philippines , and Thialand was a bust a cherry boy adventure. Relax Opus nothing to be ashamed of. How in the hell else are you going to motivate a small island of people to colonize half the world.

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zimmy August 14, 2012 at 12:51

It’s only an all woman city if it is built by women; maintained by women
and self-supported by women. If men put up the structures; make sure the toilets work, pour the cement for roads and sidewalks, etc, etc, then it isn’t
really ‘all-woman’. It is merely more dependency on men who continue to do the technical as well as the ‘beast-of-burden’ work (as usual).

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Opus August 14, 2012 at 14:58

@greyghost

We failed – It was only a third.

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Highwasp August 14, 2012 at 15:10

@Venom – “Speaking of eunuchs and gays, it kinda already works like that in several industries, if only unofficially.

One example? Body painting. If you’re a guy and you want paint the naked flesh of women, you’d better be gay. And if you’re not gay, you sure as hell better prepare to fake being gay around the girls or those girls will have you THROWN OUT THE FUCKING WINDOW by security in less than five minutes.”

I know – all hail the gays – defer to the almighty homo/lezbo – dare not speak against, express lack of respect or even entertain the slightest differing opinion. You will be labeled ‘Hater’ and found guilty before the Superior FemiNazi PC regime. I can only hope that within a decade or less from now most of these so called gays aren’t going to be so gay after all… When all this social experimentation bankrupts the USSA, those who sacrificed their sexuality for a political fad will realize they were ‘used’… literally – paid out the a$$ to promote the agenda and profit margins of the very few.

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Buddy Guy August 14, 2012 at 15:11

Lord of the Flies.

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Rebel August 14, 2012 at 17:11

“The future of Iranian oil reserves is not a concern. “: therefore, neither is their development of nuclear power.

I see we are in full agreement here.

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Darryl X August 14, 2012 at 17:35

@ Troll King re Troll King August 14, 2012 at 06:39 -

The article reports that she was charged for “attempted murder”. She killed three men. Sounds like she was pretty successful. Why is it “attempted murder” and not “murder”.

Also, the article reports that the prosecutor can’t identify a motive. Before this line, the article reports that she said that “she hated men”. So isn’t the motive that “she hated men”.

What am I missing here? She murdered three men because “she hated them”. And that’s “attempted murder” without a motive? Sound like murder to me and a hate crime at that. Has our system of law completely stopped being able to dispense justice against women?

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Attila August 14, 2012 at 19:12

A cursory look at the shining lights of the Islamic world will show one thing— almost every single outstanding personality was either Iranian or half-Iranian- with the exception of Ibn Arabi. I will not bore you by making a list. Having spent years socializing with Iranians- I can say that there was never a dull moment, ever. Bright, clever, wise, witty, gracious, passionate, petic, cultured and yes- even cruel and cynical—but dull? Forget it!

Ooooh – those endless nights spent sipping tea and listening to recitations of Rumi and Hafez!

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Attila August 14, 2012 at 19:15

Here’s a sample of a classical poem of Iranian poetry — tar by Mohammad Reza Lotfi, vocals by Hengameh Akhavan.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CIZP68-qyUU

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Attila August 14, 2012 at 19:20

And here is another trance-inducing chant by well-known Shahram Nazeri, a Kurdish-Iranian:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Jm2hUUPPnTM

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Keyster August 14, 2012 at 21:31

“The future of Iranian oil reserves is not a concern. “: therefore, neither is their development of nuclear power.
I see we are in full agreement here.

You’d think the benevolent peaceful Mullahs would have their compliant minions busily working on the Reactor site for all that power given the leadtimes for construction and materials. But oddly they’re test firing ballistic missles instead. I’m sure its all a silly coincidence.

Their intentions are purely honorable and we should trust them. They’ll be totally cool about not giving dirty bomb capability to their hooligan brethern in the area too. The people of the booming country of Iran deserve to live in peace with nuclear power, like France.

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Rebel August 14, 2012 at 21:35

@Attila:
“Bright, clever, wise, witty, gracious, passionate, petic, cultured and yes- even cruel and cynical—but dull? Forget it! ”

Pretty much my own experience with Iranian people. All those words apply.
The true and original patriarchy: that’s why they are hated so deeply by the vaginal West.

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Stranger August 15, 2012 at 05:58

@Highwasp
“I know – all hail the gays – defer to the almighty homo/lezbo – dare not speak against, express lack of respect or even entertain the slightest differing opinion. You will be labeled ‘Hater’ and found guilty before the Superior FemiNazi PC regime. I can only hope that within a decade or less from now most of these so called gays aren’t going to be so gay after all… When all this social experimentation bankrupts the USSA, those who sacrificed their sexuality for a political fad will realize they were ‘used’… literally – paid out the a$$ to promote the agenda and profit margins of the very few.”

Don’t bring homosexuals into this mess. They’re just along for the ride. This mess was started because of the conflict between heterosexual men and women.The real problem is the union between women, corporations, mainstream media, and the government.

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zed August 15, 2012 at 06:03

The article reports that she was charged for “attempted murder”. She killed three men. Sounds like she was pretty successful. Why is it “attempted murder” and not “murder”.

None of the men have died yet, Darryl. The article says that only two of them were hospitalized – one of them is in critical, but stable condition. If one of them does die, I am sure that the charges will be upped. However, the article says that she is schizophrenic, so whatever sentence she serves will probably be in a mental health facility.

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ActaNonVerba August 15, 2012 at 08:29

The Isle of Bitching and Tuna.

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Darryl X August 15, 2012 at 09:49

Thanks, zed. Sorry.

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Ralph Gorman August 15, 2012 at 12:53

Actually, I think it’s a great idea. With no men around they won’t have to worry about sexual harassment, hostility and all those problems that distress them so greatly. And, with no men around to impregnate them, they won’t have to put up with maternity leave disruptions so their efficiency will increase greatly.

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Attila August 15, 2012 at 17:52

Hi Rebel—yes, it’s hard to forget those years among the Iranians- truly – it seemed like we were living in a different dimension, a weightless and gracious world, full of blinding light – while surrounded by some subtle, vibrating harmonies—swaying to the ancestral rhythms of the zarb, and gasping whenever one of those pungent Central Asian melodies was intoned as if to say “Come o Cupbearer. fill our cups with the wine of Knowledge” …..

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CeMYj-FLQQQ&list=UUDSG8rQDZiCMhjr-TrQI3zg&index=1&feature=plcp

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Darryl X August 16, 2012 at 14:47

@ keyster -

“I’m sure its all a silly coincidence.”

Yes, it’s a coincidence. The Iranians are no more likely to be building a nuclear warhead for delivery by a balistic missile any more than the Autsralians. The Iranians have a right to defend themselves and the western world has been rattling its sabres pretty loudly on the door step of Iran. If I were them, I’d be building up my defenses too. But even if they were building nuclear missiles, could you blame them. The US is very good at pointing fingers at countries like Iran and Cuba and others with regards to human rights violations and belligerent intent. But really, are those countries honestly worse than the US? Of course not. We imprison more innocent men than any of those countries per capita. We wage campaigns of war and impose ourselves on many more countries than anyone else. We should not be pointing fingers. That a country as backward and uncivilized as the US has nuclear weapons and such a huge military and is nothing more than a feminist police state frightens the hell out of me far more than Iran and Cuba and China and Russia. You don’t see any of these other countries imposing themselves upon everyone else. Only defending themselves against the US and her allies as best the can. Can’t fault them for that.

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Mark Minter August 16, 2012 at 23:44

Lets do it here. I’m for it. I actually had an idea for a book along those lines.

I used to live in Louisville, Colorado. It is high income suburb outside of Boulder, Co. It was voted Rand McNally Best Suburb in America. It was a Disney World place. Totally clean, lawns mowed, parks, Open Space, hike and bike trails, safe, and boring. I have lived away from there for 4 years and I never once been pulled over by police since then. In Louisville, it happened to me every month for some minor nothing. The women wanted that high ratio of police to citizenry and the police were compelled to go after motorists for minor crap to raise the revenue to support them outside of taxes. My wife rarely got pulled over and a lot of the time, they would let her go with a warning. The men got tickets.

To me that is women’s world. All of the houses with some dominant bitch wife and some beta provider husband. At 9 am, sidewalks were filled with women all out doing their power walks in packs, jabbering, after getting the kids off to school. A lot of the women didn’t work. Early retirement and all that. Most had degrees that some dad had broke his back to pay for at great personal sacrifice. But she deserved to stay home now with the kids because it was more fulfilling for her. At the youth football games, the fathers were forced to stand on the side and quietly clap when the team did well, save all encouragement for after the game, and never never never admonish a boy for lack of effort. The mothers, on the other hand, would grab the boys by the face mask and scream for them to hit someone, to stop goofing off. They could holler at the boys from the sidelines. They would gloat when their boy did something. The schools were special. My boy would have to read books in school like “Jenny has two mommies” and “My two dads”. There was one bar in the city. It got shut down because the police force would wait outside of it to hassle anyone that left. You just knew you would get pulled over, so better not to go there. The whole town bored me out of my fucking mind. Too clean, too boring, too predictable, too female.

Shit, I’m all for working, living, having social life with women on one side of the wall and us on the other. Start it tomorrow, please. The fun bitches will be climbing the fence to get on our side. Yeah, different rules, different laws, no police, no bullshit overhead. Let them pay for their crap and we’ll pay for ours. Shit, I’d even pay for some of theirs if they would just stay over there. Give us the boys when they are 10.

I had read an article in Time magazine that said that women would be the impetus for legalizing the cloning of humans. They could have babies without men and the baby they would have would be a little version of them, that 70% of women preferred to have a girl. So in my book all the women had cloned baby girls except for the few that opted for boys or got pregnant through natural means with the few men that existed. Those men were forced outside of female society and lived in wild places, Boystowns. The protaganist was a guy that the women had to allow in to do higher math because they can’t do it. He lived over there with them but insisted on going out into Man Town and it just pissed off the women leaders but they needed him so they had to let him go.

My vision of ManTown would be like Tijuana, or the blocks outside a military base, raucous, wild, high energy, strip clubs, rock and roll, marijuana, alcohol, dirty, and most of all, free. Yeah, think of the first few licks of Led Zeppelin’s “Whole Lotta Love” and imagine the place. Las Vegas. Friday night every night. Cursing at work. Fart jokes. All the alpha and beta shit fades away into just some guys that mold into a group with shared motives.

I have lived and worked in all male environments: football, the Marines, engineering school, software start ups, Engineering companies, and they are great places, fun, frolicking, boisterous, fast paced, adventurous, energetic, and most of all, efficient, both in process and economically. It is when women are introduced into the equation that everything go to hell. Without women, men are mostly honest, sharing, and caring for each other. Trust me, there are no nerds in a Marine Barracks. Everyone has self esteem. Bullshit that matters outside the fence is irrelevant inside it. Men bond in a way that will send them out into fire to pull a wounded comrade back. They would carry him on their back for miles at great danger and personal sacrifice. And the motherfucker being carried will scream at them to put him down so they can get safe. But they won’t. And if he dies, they carry him out anyway. First tenant of the Marines, We bring back our dead. We carry them out.

Fuck Women, I don’t want to be around them anymore. Put them in their city and me in mine. Mine will be more fun. Lets’ do it.

The more and more I get further into the manosphere, the more and more I have less and less problems with Islam. I have this theory that the reason Islam spread so fast in the Arab world was that women were hyergamistic bitches before its adoption in those regions and the men were all to receptive to the tenants of Islam. Mohammad said “I have seen the fires of hell and it is mostly populated by women”.

Probably so.

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bruno August 17, 2012 at 07:57

” Has our system of law completely stopped being able to dispense justice against women? ”

The law has two sets on rules: one for men, one for women.
In family law, all the laws are written exactly for that purpose: so that the woman will always benefit, and the man will always lose.
For exactly the same crime, women will get a far less punishment than men, if she gets any punishment at all.
These is no class of people that, by law, is so systematically being treated as the favourites and the “class A” people, as women, compared to “class B” people, being men.
It is a clear systematic discrimination, so obvious, yet so taboo to mention.

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nilk August 21, 2012 at 06:00

East Asian societies, such as Korea in the 1960s and 70s and then China in the 80s and 90s, harnessed female labor most effectively, but only through a brutal lack of concern for women who made the wrong choices. Without any hope of support, unwed expectant mothers aborted children in the vast majority of cases, and those who followed through and had children were cast out into the street with nothing. Such callous treatment of women is highly unlikely in Islamic society, which invented chivalry and honors the feminine to a degree unknown in Confucian societies.

Well, under sharia law I think you might find your definition of chivalry somewhat re-interpreted. A woman who has sex outside of marriage would be found guilty of fornication, and in plenty of islamic paradises they are often lashed. Stoning is also one of the punishments, and is still used today.

If she does get pregnant, then she is not put to death until after the baby is born.

Now that’s some serious chivalry there.

The punishment for muslims who apostasise is death, and it doesn’t matter which school of jurisprudence you’re looking at, they all agree. ‘Whoever changes his religion, kill him.’ I think that sums it up.

I’m the last female to be called a feminist, but waxing lyrical about a system that rewards base behaviour is not what I’d be cheering for. Unless you’re a muslim you’re kuffar, and that’s that.

The women only city will be a total farce. Who will guard the women? And who will guard the guards? Closed circuit cameras? Yeah, like they work to stop crime in Britain.

And no man would want his wife or daughter or sister or cousin working away from home if he could help it. She might behave improperly.

It’s a great gimmick, but in the real world it won’t wash. Just like the girl in the judo at the olympics. It’s great theatre but that’s about it. Makes the Saudis look progressive and makes people think they’re emerging from the eeevil dark ages of misogyny. They are just playing the gullible for the fools they are.

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nilk August 21, 2012 at 06:05

Oh, and the wahhabists may be considered merely a sect, but they’re the ones bankrolling most of the mosques and madrassas coming soon to a town near you.

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