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Murray

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Post by Murray on Thu Jun 12, 2014 3:14 pm

Blatter has really lost the plot now, he wants an interplanetary world cup.

Humans would probably get thrashed by aliens from the planet Zog.

http://www.telegraph.co.uk/sport/football/world-cup/10892665/Sepp-Blatter-I-want-an-interplanetary-World-Cup.html

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Post by 110% on Thu Jun 12, 2014 3:26 pm

Kimbo wrote:
110% wrote:
Kimbo wrote:http://www.bbc.co.uk/sport/0/football/27762435

"There is a sort of storm against Fifa relating to the Qatar World Cup," Blatter said. "Sadly there's a great deal of discrimination and racism."


Discrimination like.... not allowing women to drive, and putting gay people in prison?  lol! 

Blatter's mental, now he's saying that he is being disrespected by uefa members asking him not to run again, as it looks like he is planning to continue after his term ends.


BTW Women are allowed to drive in Qatar (I know "they're all the same" to you)

It doesn't even matter, it's nothing compared to the slavery situation.

I know that, I was just pointing out that fact to you, since you were making a point about discrimination and throwing in some stereotyping   Razz  
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Re: FIFA Corruption

Post by Kimbo on Thu Jun 12, 2014 3:31 pm

110% wrote:
Kimbo wrote:
110% wrote:
Kimbo wrote:http://www.bbc.co.uk/sport/0/football/27762435

"There is a sort of storm against Fifa relating to the Qatar World Cup," Blatter said. "Sadly there's a great deal of discrimination and racism."


Discrimination like.... not allowing women to drive, and putting gay people in prison?  lol! 

Blatter's mental, now he's saying that he is being disrespected by uefa members asking him not to run again, as it looks like he is planning to continue after his term ends.


BTW Women are allowed to drive in Qatar (I know "they're all the same" to you)

It doesn't even matter, it's nothing compared to the slavery situation.

I know that, I was just pointing out that fact to you, since you were making a point about discrimination and throwing in some stereotyping   Razz  

They're a bunch of Muzzie dictator paedophiles, how's that for stereotyping?


Murray wrote:Blatter has really lost the plot now, he wants an interplanetary world cup.

Humans would probably get thrashed by aliens from the planet Zog.

http://www.telegraph.co.uk/sport/football/world-cup/10892665/Sepp-Blatter-I-want-an-interplanetary-World-Cup.html

Well the Klingon Empire have already won 3 world cups.
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Post by Fey on Thu Jun 12, 2014 7:28 pm

Both the Dutch and the English FA(always the good guys) openly want Blatter gone now.

However, im not trusting the Dutch official, van Praag. He is Jewish and used to be the director of Ajax(obviously)

He clearly has a plan, otherwise he wouldnt dare to openly attack him like this.
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Post by Kimbo on Thu Jun 12, 2014 8:31 pm

Fey wrote:Both the Dutch and the English FA(always the good guys) openly want Blatter gone now.

However, im not trusting the Dutch official, van Praag. He is Jewish and used to be the director of Ajax(obviously)

He clearly has a plan, otherwise he wouldnt dare to openly attack him like this.

Getting rid of Blatter is no solution though, the entire organisation is corrupt. We need these European FA's to break away and form their own association, and take the sponsors with them.
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Post by Fey on Thu Jun 12, 2014 9:00 pm

I agree, but if you look at the nations who dont take shite and are the least corrupt(England and Holland) if they breakaway, im sure FIFA will continue anyway.

But nations need to pull out, best is to get the Krauts behind you, but they are unable to stand up for their opinion and prefer what they should do anyway.

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Post by 110% on Thu Jun 12, 2014 10:57 pm

Platini might be the other option, but he's the one that backed Qatar's bid all the way. He's probably even worse than Blatter, and young enough to keep going for another 20 years.
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Post by Fey on Fri Jun 13, 2014 4:58 pm

Yeah, no PLatini, a guy who cheered when loads of people were dying can never be trusted. Besides im sure he will turn into an even worse version of Blatter.

Im much in favour of getting rid of the current WC in this form, make it like the CL. So no tournament is  needed, no Home favouring refs, no obscene new stadiums. This is making sense, but I realise that making sense would cost a lot of people money.
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Post by blutgraetsche on Tue Jul 29, 2014 3:58 pm

Qatar World Cup stadium workers earn as little as 45p an hour

Pay slips show migrant workers building the al-Wakrah stadium work up to 30 days a month for pay as low as £4.90 a day

Migrant workers building the first stadium for Qatar's 2022 World Cup have been earning as little as 45p an hour, the Guardian can reveal.

The pay rate appears to be in breach of the tournament organisers' own worker welfare rules and comes despite the Gulf kingdom spending £134bn on infrastructure ahead of the competition.

More than 100 workers from some of the world's poorest countries are labouring in ferocious desert heat on the 40,000-seat al-Wakrah stadium, which has been designed by the British architect Zaha Hadid and is due to host a quarter-final.

Pay slips show they are toiling up to 30 days a month for as little as £4.90 a day. The rates are among the lowest the Guardian found during a week-long investigation into conditions for migrant labourers across Qatar's construction industry, and come despite pledges by the tournament's organisers to make workers' rights "our top priority".

Hadid, whose practice is likely to earn a multimillion-pound fee on the project, said in a joint statement with fellow design firm Aecom that they were "working closely with our clients to ensure that any outstanding issues are resolved".

Stadium workers also told the Guardian their passports were being held by their manager, in apparent breach of the World Cup organisers' own worker welfare standards which state: "The contractor shall ensure that all workers have personal possession of their passports and other personal documents."

Withholding passports has been identified by the Qatar government's own lawyers, DLA Piper, as an abuse of the country's migrant labour sponsorship system that can contribute to conditions of forced labour.

The problems for the World Cup workers come after the Guardian revealed on Monday that migrant labourers who fitted out luxury offices used by Qatar's World Cup organising committee have not been paid for up to a year and are now living in squalor.

There has been an international outcry over the deaths of hundreds of migrant builders in Qatar in construction accidents and traffic collisions, and from suicides and heart failure. Low pay, late pay and even no pay are now an increasing concern.

Pay slips for workers on the al-Wakrah stadium suggest the contractor is breaching rules on overtime pay and working hours limits set by Qatar's World Cup organising committee.

One labourer was hired on a basic monthly salary of £136 and worked 64 hours of overtime in April. He was paid just £29 for the overtime, making the overtime rate 45p an hour. His basic salary, if he worked the maximum 48-hour week allowed, was 64p per hour.

The Supreme Committee for Delivery and Legacy's worker welfare standards state overtime should be paid at basic wage plus 25% and that the maximum working week should be 60 hours. If the labourer worked on average 16 hours overtime a week as the documents suggest, after a maximum 48 hour week, then he would have worked longer than the allowable maximum of 60 hours.

Another labourer's pay slip shows he worked every day in April, including 38 hours overtime, for a total salary of £33.50 per week, or £4.80 a day. Qatar is spending around £2.4bn building eight stadia for the World Cup.

A spokesman for the committee said: "There are challenges with calculation of overtime pay and hours, and we are working with the contractor to rectify any non-compliance."

Mohamad Ahmad Ali Hussain Hamad, the project manager at Amana Qatar Contracting Company, which employs the workers, said an audit had "identified the need of further clarification with regards to workers' payslips and we are working with the supreme committee for Delivery and Legacy to clear up the same".

The wages are still slightly higher than in the workers' home countries. Building labourers earn around £3.20 a day in India and around £4.50 in Nepal, where salaries are rising because of a shortage of labour - partly the result migration to Qatar.

After workers on the stadium told the Guardian their manager had their passports, the World Cup organisers said: "The supreme committee expressly forbids any contractor to confiscate the passports of its workers."

It said that in the Amana contract, which was under an earlier version of its worker welfare standards, workers were provided with the option of voluntarily, and only with signed consent, handing over their passports to the contractor for safekeeping.

"Any involuntary confiscation of a passport, whether at Amana or any other contractor, is expressly forbidden and will be investigated," a supreme committee spokesman said.

Amana said: "There have been no complaints made to the company or the supreme committee about involuntary confiscation of identity documents." The company also said workers had access to their passports at all times.

Qatar's World Cup bosses have ensured that Amana provide high-quality accommodation for the workers on the al-Wakrah stadium. They live in solid and clean three-storey apartment blocks with no more than three beds to a room and with en suite bathrooms in some cases. Three meals a day are laid on, and living rooms are equipped with flatscreen TVs and wireless internet access. In the block shown to the Guardian there was table tennis, table football and a collection of cricket and football equipment. A domestic worker launders the workers' clothes while they are on shift and there is a suggestion box seeking ideas for improvements.

"This is a model of how serious we are in terms of wellbeing," said Stefan Van Dyke, a member of the Qatar 2022 welfare committee. "Once the worker lives well and eats well, he works well. We had to get the contractors to buy into the process and there is a return on their investment. We are being told that they are seeing a lower rate of absenteeism."

He said persuading contractors to understand the idea of decent housing was not always easy. "Some of the difficulties the contractors have is to visualise the standard [we want]," he said, adding that there was a moral obligation towards workers.

http://www.theguardian.com/global-development/2014/jul/29/qatar-world-cup-stadium-workers-earn-45p-hour

Who in their right mind supports such modern day slavery? Who else but FiFA, corrupt to the bone and beyond. Disgusting.

Disgusting FiFA. Disgusting country. Disgusting World Cup.

Can't really imagine me enjoying it and that's saying a lot, knowing how much I love this sport and especially international tournaments that are (or should be) the pinnacle of it.
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Post by Kimbo on Tue Jul 29, 2014 4:03 pm

blutgraetsche wrote:
Who in their right mind supports such modern day slavery? Who else but FiFA, corrupt to the bone and beyond. Disgusting.

And their sponsors, that's who needs to be targeted.
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Post by blutgraetsche on Tue Jul 29, 2014 4:11 pm

True, sponsors with an ounce of integrity and decency should withdraw from this tournament. Or better than that, Qatar should simply not get the 2022 WC.
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Post by Fey on Mon Sep 08, 2014 3:17 pm

Blatter is going for a 5th term...again he is the only candidate it seems.
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Post by Antarion on Mon Sep 08, 2014 7:47 pm

Fey wrote:Blatter is going for a 5th term...again he is the only candidate it seems.

What an old disgusting c**t
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Post by debaser on Wed Nov 05, 2014 10:03 pm

http://www.theguardian.com/football/blog/2014/nov/05/chuck-blazer-fifa-fbi

Instead of making what looks like the most cringeworthy movie in existence ( http://www.imdb.com/title/tt2814362/ ), Fifa should've made a movie starring Chuck Blazer as an international spy. I would watch that.
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Post by Kimbo on Wed Nov 12, 2014 10:12 pm

That's that then. Biggrin <Ale>

http://www.bbc.co.uk/sport/0/football/30031405

Qatar will be cleared of corruption claims over the 2022 World Cup bidding process when a Fifa report is published on Thursday, BBC Sport has learned.
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Post by Murray on Thu Nov 13, 2014 12:51 am

Kimbo wrote:That's that then. Biggrin <Ale>

http://www.bbc.co.uk/sport/0/football/30031405

Qatar will be cleared of corruption claims over the 2022 World Cup bidding process when a Fifa report is published on Thursday, BBC Sport has learned.


And nobody is surprised.
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Post by Isco Benny on Thu Nov 13, 2014 3:38 pm

No its not. One of the delegates who worked on the investigation team has now criticised the report as factually inaccurate. this is going to get more farcicle.
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Post by Kimbo on Thu Nov 13, 2014 3:47 pm

Isco Benny wrote:No its not. One of the delegates who worked on the investigation team has now criticised the report as factually inaccurate. this is going to get more farcicle.

That Garcia guy is going to take it to the FIFA appeal committee. Laughing It needs government involvement really, but Qatar has it's fist firmly up London's arse so it won't be us.
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Post by Puro on Thu Nov 13, 2014 7:03 pm

Isco Benny wrote:No its not. One of the delegates who worked on the investigation team has now criticised the report as factually inaccurate. this is going to get more farcicle.

My man García has a track record of taking down zionists so blatter had better be concerned. Admittedly García could've done a lot more in the past to go after the bigger zionists in the banks, but perhaps taking very small steps is the prudent approach. The enemy has two centuries head start on humanity with their evil plans.

"The Great Zionist Cover-Up" by Edwin M. Wright
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Post by Isco Benny on Thu Nov 13, 2014 9:20 pm

Puro wrote:
Isco Benny wrote:No its not. One of the delegates who worked on the investigation team has now criticised the report as factually inaccurate. this is going to get more farcicle.

My man García has a track record of taking down zionists so blatter had better be concerned. Admittedly García could've done a lot more in the past to go after the bigger zionists in the banks, but perhaps taking very small steps is the prudent approach. The enemy has two centuries head start on humanity with their evil plans.

"The Great Zionist Cover-Up" by Edwin M. Wright

How many zionists (ie khazary jews) live in Qatar by the way?
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Post by Fey on Thu Nov 13, 2014 9:26 pm

So basically according to FIFA...the FIFA arent corrupt.

Is this for real?
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Post by Puro on Fri Nov 14, 2014 2:01 am

Isco Benny wrote:
Puro wrote:
Isco Benny wrote:No its not. One of the delegates who worked on the investigation team has now criticised the report as factually inaccurate. this is going to get more farcicle.

My man García has a track record of taking down zionists so blatter had better be concerned. Admittedly García could've done a lot more in the past to go after the bigger zionists in the banks, but perhaps taking very small steps is the prudent approach. The enemy has two centuries head start on humanity with their evil plans.

"The Great Zionist Cover-Up" by Edwin M. Wright

How many zionists (ie khazary jews) live in Qatar by the way?

"The Protocols of the Learned Elders of Zion"

If I remember correctly it was 'protocol 17' (abuse of authority) scratch

It's been so long since I read that "forgery" as the zionists screamed to all four corners of the world denouncing yet another book that exposed them. It just so happens that every single protocol has happened.

Liers, cheats, and deceivers; such a lovely bunch of c**ts! Biggrin <Ale>

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Post by Di Caniooooo! on Fri Nov 14, 2014 4:21 am

You do know that The Elders of Zion was an anti-Napoleon III book right? An antisemite took it and changed the references to Napoleon to Jews and it took off.
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Post by Fey on Fri Nov 14, 2014 6:42 am

Speaking of...

Imo Its weird there is Napoleon candy out there...



I mean, would we have Hitler lollypops in a few years time? I doubt it..Napoleon wasnt exatly a sweetheart..
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Post by Murray on Fri Nov 14, 2014 2:21 pm

So according to Puro, there is a Jewish/Zionist/Khazar conspiracy to give the World Cup to Qatar, a Muslim country.

And then another Jewish/Zionist/Khazar conspiracy to cover up that Qatar bribed people to give them the World Cup.

Bonkers
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Post by debaser on Fri Nov 14, 2014 7:48 pm

Fey wrote:So basically according to FIFA...the FIFA arent corrupt.

Is this for real?

It was a wonderful investigation. They got an independent lawyer to go and ask all the countries who bid to tell him if they did anything corrupt (without any actual power to compel them to give up information they didn't want to give). He does this and writes a long report. Then they get a Fifa-friendly judge to make a summary of this big report which slants it exactly how Fifa want (i.e. England are evil, everyone else is innocent) and refuse to publish the original report so in the we get a censored version of a hamstrung investigation. Ethics Ale
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Post by Kimbo on Fri Nov 14, 2014 7:56 pm

Well the Russians are clearly innocent, them doing an Office Space on all their computers will just be a coincidence.
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Post by Fey on Fri Nov 14, 2014 8:07 pm

The only way to stop this, is to get a few decent big nations, like England (Germany will never have the balls) to breakaway from the fifa and start a new football association.
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Post by Puro on Fri Nov 14, 2014 9:40 pm

Di Caniooooo! wrote:You do know that The Elders of Zion was an anti-Napoleon III book right? An antisemite took it and changed the references to Napoleon to Jews and it took off.

That's the zionist version.

There's real (mostly hidden) history and the zionists' version. Choose your pill to take. <Ale>
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Post by Puro on Fri Nov 14, 2014 9:41 pm

Murray wrote:So according to Puro, there is a Jewish/Zionist/Khazar conspiracy to give the World Cup to Qatar, a Muslim country.

And then another Jewish/Zionist/Khazar conspiracy to cover up that Qatar bribed people to give them the World Cup.

Bonkers

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