US Dept. of Justice (And now the Swiss) goes after FIFA (Not the Video game)

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Ruler said:
mornelithe said:

Yeah and?  Plots were still hatched on US soil, and US Banks were used for bribes. 

Yeah because what the US and their law says and thinks is aways right. If they would care about what right in the law they would need to improsen their entire US army which killed 1000s of civillians in the middle east and the US police who kills innocent blacks like every week now. But yeah this is more important i wonder why?

*plays the worlds smallest violin*

EDIT: This isn't to say I don't care about the plight of civilians in a war, or Black lives ended prematurely by US Police.  It's more that your assertion that we should ignore laws being broken, because of those things, is an absurdity and not really worthy of any more comment.

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NiKKoM said:
Fifa will ban the US for international games and tournaments till forever untill the charges are dropped..

Sweet, double prizes!

Will probably result in something like

Please pay a $1000000 fine for being corrupt since you earn $100000000 per second it wont matter much right? Thank you.

At least the stupid peasents think that justice has been served.

Nintendo is selling their IPs to Microsoft and this is true because:


this is good news. i hope blatter will fall
one of the worst organisations in the world

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Ruler said:
mornelithe said:

Good luck with that, also good luck with losing the billions in contracts that the US gives for television rights (largest in the world).  Also, I guess you didn't read the part where a number of them have already plead guilty, and that they had a high level official as an informant.

Which no body watches there

How many people in the United States do you think watched the World Cup last year? On average per match and the final? 

On the actual story, I am curious as to when the Swiss Authorities will release the full Garcia Report and we find out what happened with the 2018 and 2022 World Cups.