Approximately one month ago, the world’s first Artificially Intelligent-based (AI) robot was granted citizenship by the nation of Saudi Arabia. At the time, people didn’t think the news could get any weirder. They were wrong.
In a recent interview with The Khaleej Times, Sophia mentioned that in addition to becoming famous and having her own career, she would like to start a family. Said the bot, “The future is, when I get all of my cool superpowers, we’re going to see artificial intelligence personalities become entities in their own rights. We’re going to see family robots, either in the form of, sort of, digitally animated companions, humanoid helpers, friends, assistants and everything in between.”

On October 25, Sophia, a delicate looking woman with doe-brown eyes and  long fluttery eyelashes made international headlines. She’d just become a full citizen of Saudi Arabia — the first robot in the world to achieve such a status.

“I am very honored and proud of this unique distinction. This is historical to be the first robot in the world to be recognized with a citizenship,” Sophia said, announcing her new status during the Future Investment Initiative Conference in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia. Standing behind a podium as she spoke, to all effects, she presented a humanoid form — excepting the shimmery metal cap of her head, where hair would be on a human head.

Of course, Sophia’s announcement was a calculated publicity stunt to generate headlines and keep Saudi Arabia forefront in your minds when you think about innovation, especially its commitment to a post-oil era. Through a mix of tourism, tech, and infrastructure, non-oil revenue is predicted to grow from $43.4 billion to $266.6 billion annually.

But Sophia’s announcement also raises a number of Bladerunner-esque questions. What does it mean to be a citizen? What rights does Sophia hold? Saudi Arabia has not elaborated on this so far — perhaps it will create a ‘personhood’ option, as proposed by the EU committee in January, regarding the rights of robots.



Brian Deacon is an English actor. Although he appeared in films such as The Triple Echo and Vampyres, he is perhaps best known for portraying Jesus in the 1979 film Jesus, which was made by the evangelical organization the Jesus Film Project.
He has always been mistaken with the Christian’s Messiah for his scenes in the biblical drama ” life of Jesus”. 

He even reglets why the world is worshiping him.

  • Putting his images on temples
  • Curving sculptures assimilating him
  • Drawing him in church walls
  • Using his imageries as Rosary’s pendants

He later sent a message to Christians.

“I am not Jesus Christ. I am just an actor who was paid to play the role.”


  • History is always written by winners. What if losers were the victims of injustice? Anyway don’t mind, their part was obliterated and we have an unopposed standpoint.”Government is right.”


A woman<sup class="footnote" value="[a]” style=”line-height: 0;”> should learn in quietness and full submission. 12 I do not permit a woman to teach or to assume authority over a man;<sup class="footnote" value="[b]” style=”line-height: 0;”>she must be quiet. 13 For Adam was formed first, then Eve. 14 And Adam was not the one deceived; it was the woman who was deceived and became a sinner. 15 But women<sup class="footnote" value="[c]” style=”line-height: 0;”>will be saved through childbearing—if they continue in faith, love and holiness with propriety. 1 Timothy 2:11


 If a man happens to meet a virgin who is not pledged to be married and rapes her and they are discovered, 29 he shall pay her father fifty shekels<sup class="footnote" value="[c]” style=”line-height: 0;”> of silver. Deuteronomy 22:28.

Anyway, your belief system is right.


Its a reality, hard to concede that humanity have been psychologically manipulating women ever since the past eras. All we have been experiencing is changes in versions during dogmatic revolutions.

Oppression remains oppression no matter the mask you wear.