December 24, 2019
The biggest project of the Jews that white people are not paying attention to is the transformation of the Islamic world into a part of the globalist-homosexual-feminist one world order.
And this is going very well.
Saudi Arabia was just a few years ago a country where women were not allowed to be in public without a male chaperone. Now, in 2019, it has become a place where DJs go to play at raves.
The speed of transformation under Prince Mohammed bin Salman has been incredible.
Supermodels and social media mavens, their makeup artists and hair stylists in tow, posed at a concert in leather pants, chunky sweaters and trendy black combat boots. What was unusual about these Instagram posts was that they were all deliberately tagged in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia.
The bevy of Instagram stars, former Victoria’s Secret models, including Alessandra Ambrosio, and Hollywood actors like Ryan Phillipe, Ed Westwick and Wilmer Valderrama were invited to Saudi Arabia over the weekend to promote the kingdom’s most eye-popping effort yet at showcasing the dramatic changes taking hold in this country, where more than half of its 20 million citizens are under 25 years old.
The efforts are aimed at boosting the economy while polishing Saudi Arabia’s image abroad and appealing to the young. It’s a staggering pivot from just three years ago, when religious police would storm restaurants playing music and harass women in malls for showing their face or wearing red nail polish.
Now, the kingdom has movie theaters and concerts. Women are allowed to drive and travel without male permission, and they can sit with men, unsegregated at restaurants. The kingdom began issuing tourist visas this year. Female visitors are not required to wear the conservative black-flowing robe known as the abaya and headscarves in public.
At Riyadh airport, a booth welcomes tourists with pamphlets on etiquette in Saudi Arabia, labeled “Our Code of Conduct.”
“Both men and women are asked to dress modestly in public, avoiding tight fitting clothing,” it explains. “Women should cover their shoulders and knees in public.”
The blast of glossy social media posts helped draw attention to the visit’s purpose — to promote MDL Beast, a three-day musical extravaganza in Riyadh that drew more than 130,000 visitors on its first day alone, according to the General Entertainment Authority. Ticket prices started at just 75 riyals ($20), but organizers were eager to ensure a big turnout so tickets were also handed out for free to some government employees.
Yes, it is called the “Beast” festival.
One of the stages looked like some ancient Middle Eastern temple to a pagan god.
More than 70 world-renowned DJs were invited to perform across five stages to the backdrop of surrealist performances — including one with a woman in a skintight sky blue leotard writhing from a hot air balloon over a crowd of young Saudi men.
Men and women cut loose and danced at the unprecedented rave-like event. Thousands waited for hours to get in.
In Saudi Arabia!
The women love it.
“The changes are really incredible and, God willing, we are heading toward even more,” said Mona Hassan, a mother out with her grown daughters at a family-friendly carnival in Diriyah, near Riyadh. “We are with Mohammed bin Salman wherever he takes us and whatever happens.”
The fully veiled Hassan said she wasn’t raised on this kind of entertainment, but has no problem with her kids enjoying it.
They’ve been doing all kinds of various festivals that were previously banned.
The Diriyah festival, which opened a month ago, has included sporting events like the world’s heavyweight boxing championship.
Families skated on an ice-rink, ziplined across the park, ride on a Ferris wheel and played galactic bowling. At the other end of the site, a younger crowd of Saudi elites smoked shisha — the bubbling waterpipe — and dined at pop-up restaurants where prices range from $100 to $1,200 a person for a meal.
Couples sat on park benches under the stars, listening to a Saudi musician playing the oud, a stringed instrument popular in the Middle East.
“No one could have imagined everything that’s happening,” said Abdullah Abulkheir, a 28-year-old Saudi visiting Diriyah. “We never thought we could reach this point in 30 years’ time. It’s been a huge transformation in a short period of time.”
Yeah, I couldn’t have imagined it either.
But where are the religious figures who would complain about all of this?
Well, they’re being rounded up and imprisoned.
Not all are happy with the crown prince’s style of governance or the changes. Yet Saudi clerics, many of whom had spoken out in the past against these changes, appear unwilling or unable to publicly criticize the moves. Those who dared have been detained and their social media accounts shuttered. In this absolute monarchy, the king holds final say on major decisions.
Still, it’s clear most Saudis are ready for the changes.
“I don’t feel like I need to travel abroad like before because everything is here now,” Sarah Muteiri, 28, said. “We want these things and more.”
It seems that all women on earth want “these things” and “more.”
And the system is all too happy to give them to them.
It is an amazing thing, that they put this new prince in charge, and in a span of three short years have completely transformed the country from a place where you couldn’t play music in a restaurant to a place where supermodels are invited to attend drug-fueled dance parties.
It seems that maybe this option should have been considered before we did all of those wars against Islam.
You can’t beat these people with bombs. But you can easily defeat them with Jewish porno culture.
This is Bad
I am not some huge fan of Islam. However, the fact of reality is that anything existing outside of the Jewish system was a good thing. Any alternative society to the female-run culture of sex and drugs and dance parties weakened that system.
And with Saudi Arabia being the center of the Islamic world, this falling apart means that the entire Islamic world will soon break, and open itself to this disease.