…salome and the head of fifa?…

…that ‘white hat’ gunslinger, hero, who saunters into the bar and kills the ‘black hat’, and all others – just in case…

Or, as events unfold, the self-righteous ‘white hat’ US knows what it is doing (as usual) as it continues to score some curious own goooolssss…

The US corporate MSM, the US Stenographer Class, just loves the drama of corruption – only if outside the US. ‘World Cup of Fraud!’ ‘Red Card!’ ‘…bribe money takes soccer fields and balls away from kids…’ All this guff from exceptional US officials.

But not this, where half-million kids were deprived of the life needed to kick a football in a country that plays football and quite well? Nor this, for hundreds of thousands in, again, Iraq, Afghanistan, Libya, Syria from wanton slaughter and destruction? (No need to touch Latin America and the Caribbean, overkill.) Read the rest of this entry »

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…us msm football coverage, higher than that of brasil’s media?…

…curious minds do want to know…

Certainly, after such blanket coverage of FIFA, Sepp Blatter and corruption in world football, we knew follow up would follow. So said, so done.

Yesterday Barça defeated Athletic Bilbao. And those goals had the football world in stunned wonderment. One that has the world, and, especially the US (?), still talking is that dazzling performance of a goal in some 13 seconds by Lionel Messi, a household name in the US (???). In the FA Cup Final Arsenal defeated Aston-Villa, a defeat that featured a stunner of a goal by Alexis Sánchez. Similar coverage by the US MSM of the Arsenal match. No? Well, next time? Or the time after?

If ever evidence were needed that once the US declares anyone a demon, its media, on cue, sends out its lynch mobs… Read the rest of this entry »


…fifa, fi-fum: blatter gets past the blather…

…fifa, hotbed of corruption and ‘bad, bad stuff’; blatter, new us ‘hitler’?…

Incumbent President Sepp Blatter’s victory, not even close to a drone-like US ‘bug splat’, albeit tainted, does send a message. Though no Prince Charming of World Football, not being the favourite of the US or the UK was sufficient for him to roll on: ‘Ils ne passeront pas!‘ The sole opponent, the Jordanian Prince? The football world can breathe easier. In essence, the vote was a ‘red card’ for the  West’s clumsy attempt at a putsch, aside the clear need for some ‘house cleaning’ at FIFA.

Great was the head scratching when the Attorney-General (AG) of the US launched her attack on FIFA, indicting some of its officials for alleged bribery and corruption. And the sums she listed amounted to an astronomic US$150m, a truly mind-boggling sum.  Read the rest of this entry »