FIFA officials arrestedu, to be extradited to USA

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  1. Phall

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    A big 'sting' in the international soccer world, as seven FIFA officials were reportedly arrested in Switzerland for corruption. Up to fifteen currently may face charges in the US federal courts. While the bribery itself is not illegal, it is impeachable to such positions of authority; the criminal charges are along the lines of money laundering and tax fraud. All accused FIFA officials are from CONCACAF and CONMEBOL regions, as well as some US citizens.

    The arrests are timed to impact the upcoming election for FIFA's president. The incumbent Sepp Blatter (Swiss, non-jewish) has been under the fire that seems to come naturally to "corporate bad guys" such as Roger Goodell and the NCAA. As such, he is the eternal villain. Blatter's current stain is the obvious bribes paid by Russia and, to a greater extent, Qatar in securing the next World Cup bids. The media gripe against Russia is twofold: they do not endorse faggotry and they refuse to cede Ukraine to NATO. These cardinal offenses have actually taken a back-burner to Qatar's ridiculous bid, which now includes a bait-and-switch scheduling move to December and a heap of unbuilt futuristic stadiums. The whip-crackers there have apparently already managed to work nearly a thousand laborers to death, an impressive tally with another seven years still to go.

    While Blatter is the evil villain and scapegoat for the typical internet fan, his potential replacement is Prince Ali of Jordan, a young billionaire monarch whose most prolific footballing achievement is amending FIFA's uniform code to accommodate the female hijab. Ali may be impervious to bribery, but his candidacy is antithetical to the West's cause celebre of human rights and social justice. Like any good candidate, Ali is running on the platform of expanding the World Cup and extending bids to more African and Asian countries for diversity's sake.

    Back to the arrests: it will be interesting seeing Eric Holder's successor Loretta Lynch try to stamp her name on a high-profile, international case, even if the crimes are largely inconsequential. I think the human rights issue in Qatar will be the angle here for the 'agent of change.' As far as FIFA politics, I don't care much about the figureheads at the top because they all seem interchangeable. A global democracy system will always marginalize the White minority that created, refined, and now practice the sport at its highest level.
     
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    Great post Phall.

    I was going to read an MSM article on all this big hubbub but your post was straight to the meat and potatoes without any PC rubbish.

    Thanks.
     
  3. Matra2

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    Wait a minute. Sepp Blatter's power base has been Africa, Asia, and the puny Caribbean countries. His main enemies are the Europeans. :dodgy:

    Obviously this is a clear case of the privileged old white power structure - represented by Attorney General Loretta Lynch - getting back at Sepp Blatter for bringing the World Cup to Africa.
     
  4. Fortitud3

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    So lets do the math here.

    Blatters biggest competition is from Jordan, an ally of Israel.

    Since the merger, FIFA Ballon d'Or has only been won by Messi and Ronaldo, both of which have spoken ill of Israel.

    The white Spain and German teams have won the past 2 World Cups.
     
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    I came across this interesting link yesterday:
    FIFA mulls giving Israel the boot

    I disagree that a 75% majority motion would be a black eye for Blatter rather than the US/Israel political hegemony. Apart from that discrepancy, the blog author draws the interesting conclusion that these arrests are wildly coincidental in their timing based not on the FIFA election, but on a threat against Israel's good standing. I did not know that Prince Ali was pro-Israeli; if so, this makes perfect sense.

    Like the timely arrests, it's another huge coincidence that all the media hoopla completely omits this Palestinian-Israeli angle.
     
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    Blatter was apparently meeting Palestinian and Israeli authorities yesterday and today.
     
  7. Matra2

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    So?
     
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    i don't think that messi and ronaldo have spoken negatively about israel
     
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    Ronaldo is anti Zionist . But I've seen pictures of messi alongside of Netanyahu and bowing at the Jew wall
     
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    there are fake interviews where ronaldo says that he is anti zionist, but i's because of ronaldo's huge muslim fanbase, they want him to be anti zionist
    actually he never said anything against israel
     
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    John McCain Demands FIFA Axe Russia World Cup



    Russia's Vladimir Putin accuses U.S. of meddling with FIFA, 2018 World Cup


     
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    As usual this whole thing has :israel:written all over it.I won't rule this whole case being an excuse for Republicans(biggest jew whores on the planet) to try and stop Russia from hosting the 2018 WC,as revenge for Ukraine.The Israeli-Palestinian angle cannot be ruled out either.
     
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    Russians are even bigger Jew whores than the Republicans. They are proud to be the successor state of the Soviet Union and claim that most of the crimes committed by the Judeo-Bolsheviks never happened. They have got Nazis on the brain to the point where their police this week questioned teachers on the basis that they might be "grammar Nazis" and therefore potential exterminators. They've been raiding toy stores that might have toy soldiers of the German army.:doh: Putin is surrounded by Jews.

    As for Sepp Blatter he is an African hero who says if you didn't like the vuvuzela sound in South Africa then you are a racist. Blatter is the anti-white filth responsible for all those "say no to racism" signs" you see at every football event.

    [​IMG]
     
  14. Lew

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    I haven't seen any interviews but I know he's donated millions of dollars to Gaza
     
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    that's one of the fake rumors
    they say that he sold one of his trophies (his ballon d'or or golden boot if i recall correctly) and gave the money he got to palestine
    it is ofcourse false
    another one claims that he said in an interview that he refused to swap his shirt with an israeli player :

    there are other muslim rumours like this
    kaka claiming he is muslim in an interview, or the funniest one for me, neymar who was born to an algerian father in brazil and was in talk to pay for algeria
     
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    In the 1990s the Algerian media constantly claimed that Michael Schumacher was an Algerian who was raised in Germany.:crazy: They did it so much that Schumacher's spokesman had to put out a statement denying it.

    Looks Algerian to me!
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    Yes,all very much true.Roman Abramovich,a person all too well known around here,has "direct,unhindered" access to(and thereby influence over) Putin,and is affectionately referred to as "Mr.A" by Putin's staff.Mr.A!!!How very adorable!:frusty:

    Also the ongoing events in Ukraine should tell us where Putin's priorities lie,what with Russia effectively pulling the rug from under the feet of the nationalistic movements in Luhansk and Donbass,thereby handing them on a plate to big jew(the ghastly assassination of Mozgovoy comes to mind immediately).....Please,I'm not a Christian!:icon_redface:

    But bigger jew whores than the Republicans?Well that's a new one,I must admit.But if true,that's one hell of an admirable feat - outdoing Republicans in Jew ass-kissing.


    And yes,as it is very well known,Sepp Blatter used the race card everytime he was in a tight spot.From reminding us Europeans that we no longer rule the planet(yeah,yeah its the jews,we know:moony:) to just stopping short of calling those who questioned the Qatar WC vote a racist,he's done it all.He's the epitome of a Shabbos goy.
     
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    in french the equivalent of this:

    http://en.wiktionary.org/wiki/Chinese_whispers

    is called "telephone arabe" because of the way arabs spread ridiculous rumors :lol:

    http://fr.wiktionary.org/wiki/téléphone_arabe
     
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    Sepp Blatter wins comfortably as African and Asian nations stand pat with him. The USA and apparently much of Europe voted against him, but they could not overcome the bloc of the 209 overall nations that are comfortable with the status quo. Right on cue, Palestine mysteriously dropped its complaint against Israel like a hot potato.

    Here is fat American Dan Wetzel, a generic sports journalist who does not cover soccer, waxing poetic about the nefarious Blatter and his mobster-style puppeteering:

    As has been pointed out already in this thread, Blatter is an archetype anti-White elitist who withdraws to his gated community to avoid the precious diversity he foists on the first world. However, the amount of liberal tears he causes cast a silver lining around his cloud.
     
  20. Lew

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    I don't live anywhere near the ghettos of Paris so I'm not really familiar with those outlandish rumors but the story about Ronaldo donating money to gaza was reported by some reputable sources like RT. Plus I don't really see why it would be so hard to believe . Are you telling me that Southern Europe is just as pro israel as the United States ?
     
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    well RT made a mistake
    but i see that in the article about ronaldo donating money to palestine, they said "reportedly", so they probably knew that it was not really reliable
    only "alternative" sources reported this donation
    and there are 2 versions: one in which he gave his golden boot, that sold for more than 1.5 million $, and another one where he just gave his soccer boots, that sold for 2400$:

    http://www.goal.com/en-us/news/88/s...no-ronaldo-donates-2400-euros-to-palestinian-

    http://rt.com/sport/football/ronaldo-gaza-real-madrid-237/

    typical arab rumor

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    Maybe you're right. No one on earth kisses Jewish a$$ more than the Republican Party.

    It's hard to know what is going on in 'Novorossiya'. Russia has massed tanks on the border and stripped them of insignia, so you would think they were planning to up the ante. Yet at the same time Russia might have been behind Mozgovoy's murder - the photos from the funeral I've seen do not include any LPR leaders, which is suspicious. After helping create nationalist militia Milosevic ended up assassinating some of them when they were no longer useful to him so nothing would surprise me. In the past two weeks Foreign Minister Lavrov said Ukraine should not be broken up and separatist 'parliamentary' chairman Oleg Tsarev said the Novorossiya project didn't fit into future plans. This could indicate that Putin has had enough of Novorossiya. But he could also just be trying to create confusion before his next move.
     
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    As if right on cue,to further drive home the point:


    [h=2]Ted Cruz: Government Should Defund Universities That Boycott Israel[/h]

    Really true.Struggle for someone like me who's never been to to the Continent and only speaks English.I could easily be very wrong.


    Mozgovoy's murder took place 60-70 kilometres behind enemy lines.Can't see any other possibility other than Russia's hand being the hidden one.



    Here is a link containing the very quote of Lavoy you mentioned,along with something very important:

    [h=2]Death of Novorossia: Why Kremlin Abandoned Ukraine Separatist Project[/h]

    Why would Putin say this,considering that they already voted for independence and made clear what they want?:huh:Its a clear indication that Putin is waiving Russian claims on Novorossiya.Once again the jew gets what he wants:icon_cry:
     
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    I don't like Blatter, but given the timing of this "coup attempt" and the fact US is apparently behind it (with the aim of taking the World Cup away from Russia), I'm OK with Blatter's reelection. The alternative "reformer" prince Ali would probably have been even worse. They did have to drop the motion of expelling Israel from FIFA, at least for now, which is a shame, but I'm pretty sure it's going to be back in a year or two.

    Putin has been ambivalent towards Jews since he came to power and is not as subservient as the American regime (not only the Republicans). From one side he does keep prominent Jews in positions of power in Russia, as long as they don't interfere with his politics. On the other side, he did not hesitate to take them out when they tried to go openly against him. The various Jewish power-brokers Berezovsky, Gusinsky, Khodorkhovsky etc. were either expelled or imprisoned when they tried to openly confront him. Abramovich was de-facto expelled to England, albeit with all the money he looted from Russia which is outrageous. Geopolitically, he recently committed a shipment of some pretty powerful anti-aircraft missiles to Iran, just to upset the Israelis and US and make their negotiating position weaker. He also is taking out various "non-govermental organizations", many of which were subversive Jewish "human rights" fronts. He obviously is aware of the Jewish power-structure and won't go directly against them and often will compromise, but feels strong enough to go against them tactically. A bit like the old Joseph Stalin policy.
     

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