Burqas Gone Wild! – Mohammedan Debauchery Commonplace In Saudi

It is not a picture one expects to see coming out of Saudi Arabia: a burka-clad woman, lying down drunk in the streets of the capital.

But ex-pats have revealed how this is not a surprising sight, as young Saudis do drink and take drugs at debauched gatherings – despite their countries strict laws.

Westerners – who themselves admit to wild parties on compounds in the desert state – have lifted the lid on the excesses of their Saudi neighbours, including a growing taste for a drug used by ISIS fighters before they go into battle.

  • UCSPanther

    Looks like we have a paradox here: Despite having ultra-strict laws on partying and debauchery, the Saudis also have problems with “too much money, too little brains”

    Despots, hedonism and debauchery go hand in hand.

    • Never fails.

    • ntt1

      you can’t paper over 1400 years of inbreeding with all the money in the world .

  • Martin B

    “…a growing taste for a drug used by ISIS fighters before they go into battle”

    More proof that the line between an average Soddy and an Islamic State terrorist is razor-thin.

  • Norman_In_New_York

    Here is a little of what goes on there.


  • downunder Sinologist

    Because they’re Arabs, and Allah speaks Arabic, they see themselves above the law. It’s not a paradox, there was always an implicit hierarchy, where the closer you were to the Profit, the less subject you were to the law. That’s why the whole religion’s bogus, a scam worked by a wicked elite on blind cult followers. Just like any abusive cult.

  • marty_p

    The more I learn about Islam the more I realize how accurate that old Star Trek episode about the “Will of Landru” is applicable :https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Return_of_the_Archons
    Strict society where everybody is blindly obedient and those who rebel are killed.
    Allowable periods of Chaos (called Festival).
    Primitive society that was once relatively advanced and regressed.
    Watch the episode and substitute “Mo” for “Landru”.

  • Hard Little Machine

    Back in the day, the CCCP had 2 different currencies; the ruble and the ‘foreign’ or gold ruble. The ruble was for ordinary people to buy potatoes and shoes. The gold ruble was for privileged party functionaries to buy foreign goods in special stores.