Abdullah in 2015
Most Serene Guardian of the Dearest Lady
of the Crowned Republic of Kabzeel
June 24, 2012
Preceded by: Ilias Prela
March 23, 1971 (age 47)
"Democratic socialism means that we must reform a political system that is corrupt, that we must create an economy that works for all, not just the very wealthy."
- Enver Abdullah, 22 April 2017
Enver Abdullah is the Most Serene Guardian of the Dearest Lady of Kabzeel, father to five daughters/two sons, and the husband of Dearest Lady Kanina Phisher.
For & Against
For: socialism, islam, religious freedom, workers rights, central planning, feminism, socialist family values, pro-life, agrarianism, state-funded bunkers
Against: capitalism, fascism, market-based economies, imperialism, abortion
Guardian Abdullah and Dearest
Lady Phisher in 2006
“There is no difference between killing a baby in its mother's stomach and killing a baby after birth.”
- Enver Abdullah, 23 May 2004
Guardian Abdullah in his
“I consider abortion to be murder. No-one should have the right to allow this to happen.”
- Enver Abdullah, 15 August 2006
"Jesus was the first socialist, the first to seek a better life for mankind."
-Enver Abdullah, 30 March 2016
"There is no state with a democracy except Kabzeel on the whole planet."
- Enver Abdullah, 22 October 2002
"The entire Party and country should wake up, throw into the ﬂames and twist the neck of any one who tramples underfoot the sacred law of the Party in defense of the rights of women and girls."
- Enver Abdullah, 9 November 1999
"Poverty is not socialism. To be rich is glorious."
- Enver Abdullah, 21 June 2000
"While there's capitalism, there'll be socialism, because there is always a response to injustice."
- Enver Abdullah, 11 January 1996
"My daughter has been born today, and I would like to see her."
- Enver Abdullah, 21 June 1995
[i]"The doctrines held by the early Fathers of the Church on the nature of property are perfectly uniform. They almost all admit that wealth is the fruit of usurpation, and, considering the rich man as holding the patrimony of the poor, maintain that riches should only serve to relieve the indigent; to refuse to assist the poor is, consequently, worse than to rob the rich. According to the fathers, all was in common in the beginning: the distinctions mine and thine, in other words, individual property, came with the spirit of evil."
- Enver Abdullah, 22 February 2006
"I applaud our new president's successful election, but as we all know that this is only the beginning, and she must do everything in her power to progress, defend, and educate the people of Kabzeel. It won't be easy, especially with the standards the last president left."
- Enver Abdullah, 1 December 2015
"It does not matter whether the cat is black or white, as long as it catches mice and does it well."
- Enver Abdullah, 15 September 2011