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President of the Crowned Republic of Kabzeel

Xixore Prishtina

Xixore Prishtina in 2018

HM President of the Crowned Republic of Kabzeel

In office:
May 15, 2016-

Preceded by: Bella Mehmeti

HM Chairwoman of the Crowned Republic of Kabzeel

In office:
October 31, 2002 - January 1, 2010

Preceded by: Fortana Cobaj
Succeeded by: Linora Shehhi

Personal Details


May 19, 1974 (age 44)
Cisrad, Kabzeel



Political Party:

International Workers Party of Kabzeel


Ramadan Thaçi


Nora Prishtina


Kabzeelian State University
- Degree in Economics



Ideology Info

Political Ideology:

Democratic Socialism

Economic Ideology:

State Capitalism

"The story of women’s struggle for equality belongs to no single feminist nor to any one organization but to the collective efforts of all who care about human rights."
- Xixore Prishtina on Kabzeelian State TV, 23 August 2014

Xixore Prishtina is the current President of the Socialist Republic of Kabzeel. Prishtina became president after winning in a landside in the 2016 election against Republican Socialist, Rasputina Makarova.



  • Liberalization in Foreign Affairs
    Jezebel Hoxha supports some liberalization in the Kabzeelian economic policy in order to allow the nation to trade with more nations and boost their economy even further. Her policies would allow Kabzeel to enter in trading agreements with more nations then just the ones who share similar political systems.

  • Religion Policy
    She supports Kabzeel remaining a secular state, while allowing culture to thrive. She does not seek to promote any one religion and believes that religious freedom is a great way to promote diversity.

  • Economic Policy
    She supports a state-planned, liberalized, economy. By this she supports freeing up Kabzeel's economic policy by allowing more privatization of minor sectors in the economy.

For & Against

  • For: Socialism, Liberalization, Socialized Healthcare and Education, Secularism, Multiculturalism

  • Against: Capitalism, Imperialism, Conservativism, Prostitution, Misogyny


“A male hero, at best, lacks the qualities of maternal love and tenderness which are as essential to a normal child as the breath of life. Suppose your child's ideal becomes a superman who uses his extraordinary power to help the weak. The most important ingredient in the human happiness recipe still is missing-love. It's smart to be strong. It's big to be generous. But it's sissified according to exclusively masculine rules, to be tender, loving affectionate, and alluring. "Aw, that's girl's stuff!" snorts our young comics reader. "Who wants to be a girl?" And that's the point. Not even girls want to be girls so long as our feminine archetype lacks force, strength, and power. Not wanting to be girls, they don't want to be tender, submissive, peace-loving as good women are. Women's strong qualities have become despised because of their weakness. The obvious remedy is to create a feminine character with all the strength of Superman plus all the allure of a good and beautiful woman.”
- Jezebel Hoxha, 6 May 2009

“I am a Socialist not through reading a textbook that has caught my intellectual fancy, nor through unthinking tradition, but because I believe that, at its best, Socialism corresponds most closely to an existence that is both rational and moral. It stands for co-operation, not confrontation; for fellowship, not fear. It stands for equality, not because it wants people to be the same but because only through equality in our economic circumstances can our individuality develop properly.”
- Jezebel Hoxha, 14 April 2001

“Men are visually aroused by women's bodies and less sensitive to their arousal by women's personalities because they are trained early into that response, while women are less visually aroused and more emotionally aroused because that is their training. This asymmetry in sexual education maintains men's power in the myth: They look at women's bodies, evaluate, move on; their own bodies are not looked at, evaluated, and taken or passed over. But there is no "rock called gender" responsible for that; it can change so that real mutuality--an equal gaze, equal vulnerability, equal desire--brings heterosexual men and women together.”
- Jezebel Hoxha, 19 March 2012

“We cannot have a world where everyone is a victim. "I'm this way because my father made me this way. I'm this way because my husband made me this way." Yes, we are indeed formed by traumas that happen to us. But then you must take charge, you must take over, you are responsible.”
- Jezebel Hoxha, 22 August 2015

“Even the models we see in magazines wish they could look like their own images.”
-Jezebel Hoxha, 18 June 2016

The Crowned Republic of Kabzeel