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Originally posted by Truther
It really catches me of how spectacular this place is, I have a feeling that this place will be the final resting place of the elite if they sucseed with there plans of world domination..
There definatly something goin on, they've just built the worlds first 7star hotel, and of course the worlds first space port in the world, space port? a space port for the elite to visit other planets maybe, i dunno, just a thought..
There is something iffy about this i think.
Originally posted by yeebsy
You have to be kidding me, you get arrested in dubai for having Nurofen
Originally posted by super70
Where else can you stand outside of a 7 star hotel and watch a public stoning?
Why you should avoid becoming a construction worker in Dubai If you were ever considering it - drop the idea. An average pay in construction in the Emirates is over 10 times lower than the overall average income in the UAE ($175 per month for a construction worker, $2106 per capita per month overall). Plus no proper health care, no proper housing and no proper working conditions (until recently, the construction workers even had to work in the 45*C noon heat!). And if you do not like your working conditions - too bad for you. Labor Unions are not allowed in the UAE,
Originally posted by ruse45
Sorry to say....Dubai is on it's way to self destruction....it has now gone far beyond it's limit and the official business that sustains Dubai is the Global Prostitution Tourism Business.
Dick the Cheney has just purchased his very own Palace in Dubai and Halliburton is also moving it's main office to Dubai.
The king wanted to make the country as a tourist and Financial/business country in the middle east. He believes the the oil reserve in the middle east will not last long (might dry up in 20 yrs) so he's positioning his country for different economic revenue source way ahead of other middle eastern countries. I saw the documentary episode in National Geographic channel.