How the U.A.E. is planning to help Muslim refugees:
Psychopathic ruling sheikhs of the U.A.E. have responded to the Muslim refugee crisis and nightmare of traumatized war children, with the following statement:
“…We don’t enjoy hurting anybody, we don’t like guns or bombs, or electric chairs but sometimes people just won’t listen, so we have to use persuasion and slides: Our immigrant Indian workers; hardworking, humble – or WERE they? All we ever wanted was for them to build the tallest building on Earth for our birthday? And do you know what they did?! They complained nonstop about dying of thirst and hard labour in the blazing desert heat, with no employment rights whatsoever. That’s not what we wanted! We wanted subservient slaves, robotic, loyal and cheap. What about OUR needs! They had to go! …And the holy Muslim religious folk always complaining and trying to limit our spending: “Sorry Sheikhs no Mercedes this year, we have to set an example.” Oh yeah, set this! So what if they accepted us as one of them, but did any of them really love us – we mean REALLY love us? So we killed, so we maimed, so we destroyed one innocent life after another, aren’t we STILL human beings? Don’t we yearn and ache and shop. Don’t we DESERVE love and jewellery. So what if we’re not able or willing to help any refugees right now, are we not still good people? Don’t we deserve to build ridiculously tall buildings in our sandy cities, and artificial oasis Palm Beach islands in the middle of the sea? Don’t we still deserve expensive jewellery, cars and shopping with the vision to plan expensive trips to Mars in 100 years time? The following slides explain our ridiculously expensive plan to build a colony on Mars within this century. We’ve spared no expense. We choose to go to Mars, not because it’s easy but because it’s hard, and because we can’t be bothered to do the really easy stuff like helping any Muslim refugees right now. Perhaps that’s why the holy prophet once prophesized that, towards the End of Days, desert leaders would become the most ignorant, arrogant mo-foes that ever lived!” — HH Sheikh Mohammed (@HHShkMohd)
Wednesday, February 15, 2017
The UAE, whose space agency was only just established three years ago, has officially declared that not only will they enter the “space race” to Mars, but they claim they will settle humans there by the year 2117.
The “Mars 2117″ project will develop an Emirati and international team of scientists to push the human exploration of Mars in years to come. pic.twitter.com/5ujxvyC8As
— HH Sheikh Mohammed (@HHShkMohd) February 14, 2017
The UAE’s venture is aptly called Mars Project 2117, and RT reports, “The long-term project will focus on boosting the UAE’s space research capacity, with a view to making the wealthy Persian Gulf country one of the top players vying for a place on Mars.”
2117… It is the kind of grand, sweeping statement that’s super easy to make, considering no one alive today will be around to call them on it if they fail to deliver 100 years from now.
But the UAE is late to the hypothetical Mars colony game. So many other nations are already in this race and with much earlier stated goals.
As previously reported, NASA has already been discussing the idea of Americans living on Mars sometime in the 2030s, the first step to which they say will be landing people successfully on asteroids which they hope to accomplish by 2025.
Beating out NASA’s goal, however, is the Netherlands-based nonprofit group Mars One who claims they’ll establish a human colony on Mars by 2027, and they’re reportedly going to start rocketing off the construction materials necessary here shortly.
Still earlier are Mars goals put forth by SpaceX billionaire Elon Musk who has said colonization of Mars is necessary to preserve humanity in the event something catastrophic goes down here on Earth:
“I think there is a strong humanitarian argument for making life multi-planetary,” Musk told Aeon magazine when asked why we should focus on Mars when there are so many problems facing people here on Earth, “in order to safeguard the existence of humanity in the event that something catastrophic were to happen, in which case being poor or having a disease would be irrelevant, because humanity would be extinct.”
Meanwhile, Amazon owner Jeff Bezos says we should do it “because it’s cool”.
While science fiction makes the idea intriguing, the government of Mars — which is currently being referred to as the Mars Secretariat and sounds a lot like the UN — is already being planned out, making the environment of the red planet a lot less inviting and much more hostile sounding than it already was.
And on that note, if people really do make it there in the next 100 years, the one thing we can likely expect on Mars by 2117 is the first Martian war.
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