Monday, April 30, 2007
Seems that Dubai has inspired me to write, so I am writing my opinion about it frankly, and I feel that it is like USA. I really respect Indians and different other nations living in UAE and accept that they are ruled by minorities (Emaratees), If I was an Indian living in Dubai, I would have suggested to make a revolution, ask for chairs in the parlemant and if the minority didn't accept that I would take the lead and rule UAE, since my people (Indians) deserves to rule the country, they are doing most of the work there, and they are majority there.
When the new americans decided to take over the land, they fought the original people (Red Indians) and killed most of them and after they won the war, they made a peace agreement with the remaining of the original people and put them in "Protected Area". I suggest that Indians do the same, with other nationalities (specifically chinese and philippins) to do the same, they put all the Emaratees in one big Tower (I think that all emaratees can be filled in one tower) and name that the "Protected Tower".
* Indians have to take what they deserve, UAE is for India not for Arabs
* Hockers, gays and pimps, have to take what they deserve, they have to be the representatives of the people in the parlemant, since this is the type of people to represent.
* Other Arbic nationalities have to take what they deserve, to drive taxis and to do the low class work
* Emaratees have to take what they deserve, to be protected, since I think that they are extincting and they deserve to be protected in one of their multi-million towers, and to put their pictures in the lobby, and start helping them to mate and to increase their numbers.
* Finally, me and other arabs, have to take what they deserve, 00100.
Sunday, April 29, 2007
I heard lots of things about that part of the world, and I assumed that I will be the happiest person in the world to get the opportunity to visit it, but it seems that my expectations were very high provided that I did not spend much in it (only 3 days).
But in those three days I found the following:
1- No Arabs there, the only thing that proved that I am in Dubai that they have some signs in Arabic, and the governmental buildings.
2- No taxis, I walked until I had small bubbles in my feet, it used to take me an hour to get to the offices of the client and an hour to get back to the hotel although they are less than 10 kilometers away from each other.
3- Low class hotels have lots of bitches and lots of bars and discos, I had to stay awake till 4 AM until I can get to sleep from tired. I was surrounded by songs, music, laughs and screams from all places.
4- Shallow people and all of them are looking at Dubai as the treasure that everyone has to get some of it. It doesn't matter if Dubai spends 200 billion dollars on construction of big and high towers, since they have the money, they have the ego and they have the small minds that can be manipulated easily by the pirates of chances.
5- Airport is inside the city, it frightened me
6- Very big airport that needs around an hour even with using the conveyors that transports people from place to place.
7- People stays out at night in bars and discos and get to their work tired and lazy.
8- Too many places to enjoy some forbidden entertainment that makes the strongest person kneel for his desires
9- 12 satellite channels where 6 out of them are Indian channels!!
10- Too many Indians, with little or no Arabic, to the extend that you assume that no one talks Arabic there.
It was my happiest day, the day that I left it, since I had so many tough times there trying to adapt and live there and tolerate that I am talking to non-Arabs, where you can barely communicate with them.
On those three days I really, really, really loved my country Jordan, and I hope we do not turn to be like them especially that we are trying to become like them!!