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Alexus_300 said:
This perfectly says it all. While the ruling elite rules the country and swim in it, the rest of the country is still poor. But that's what the world is all about. There are the poor, and then there are the rich. Can't have both. :bigSmile:
I repeat: the average Emiraty (UAE citizen) is NOT poor and NOT starving. Alot of wealth is given away by the government to the citizens through a number of social benefits. They LIKE their ruling family!!!!! The are living well, and the ruling family is "nice"; they don't care about who's ruling. Of course their ruling family is rich, but that doesn't necessarily mean the common person is poor. Besides, the fact that they don't have social unrest means that everyone is fat and happy about the status quo.
 

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Aldo is correct the local citizens are well off as well, if people really want to look for problems the immigrant workers are tremedously exploited. One reason the the social outlook over there is so bright is because the ruling family looks at there role as more of a patriach over a family. The UAE came from 7 individual states that combined and each state is ruled by what used to be the leading tribal family. This is a much different situation than a typical monarchy where the ruling class actively distances themselves from the lower class. A tribal leader tries to better the life of his tribe and his people. This form of government is often referred to as a benevolent dicatorship.
 

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Ahh. eplaains the video I saw online yesterday. It was an r34 walking on a hayabusa, and in the end the camera turned to the crowd of people who all seemed to be wearing dresses and speaking as if they had jello in their mouths. Weird

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