Dubai Going Neo-Babel With Esoteric Temples of Wealth?
Dubai City, Dubai-- Halliburton has moved to town, along with other corporations seeking a haven for global corruption and Dubai is building up its architecture to reflect a decadent, cosmopolitan life-- including the world's new tallest building, the Burj Dubai (still under construction; pic below) and a jock's theme park known as 'Sports City,' which is shaped very clearly like an owl from the angle ESPN Sports captured.
It is located nearby the world's tallest hotel, the Burj al-Arab and the restrictive religious customs upheld in the rest of the Arab Emirate state are dismissed here in favor of a good time-- the only holy event here is horse racing-- the world's richest, according to ESPN Sports, and its champion, Crowned Prince of Dubai, Sheikh Mohammed, is apparently worshipped like a god (see pic below).
ESPN Sports summed it up like this:
Is Dubai becoming a neo-Babel-- a world city filled with global collusion and egotistical vanity reaching far into the heavens?
It's bizarre and intriguing architecture sure seems to display some series of esoteric messages-- probably not a good sign in the town where some of the world's worst people go to play.
As ESPN Sports advertises, it's only 850 miles from Baghdad and potentially a great place for contractor schmucks and military industrial complex kingpins to stretch their legs and get away from it all.
The accumulating desert oasis even showcases the future-- with robotic camel jockeys at Sports City alongside other gimmicks, like Tiger Woods teeing off from a helipad on the world's tallest hotel.
With the mix of near-slave labor, its pivotal geo-political strategic benefit, and penchant for parading the occult, Dubai could prove to be a real draw for members of the intelligence community, military figureheads, multi-national corporation chiefs and perhaps even retiring Vice-Presidents and other oligarchs.
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