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Post by GiancarloC on Wed Mar 21, 2018 9:52 pm

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Post by Myesyats on Wed Mar 21, 2018 11:10 pm

I'm more worried about Qatar 2022 and players dropping like flies in the heat to be honest
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Post by Nishankly on Wed Mar 21, 2018 11:22 pm

Qatar 2022 will increase fitness levels of the world by 50%. I'm planning on opening a sunscreen business by then so that I can get rich selling to NT teams by then. @Tom another business idea regarding the weather get in imo
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Post by GiancarloC on Wed Mar 21, 2018 11:31 pm

Does Qatar have enough stadiums to have all the games? Its a small nation. There was a lot of corruption in both the Russia and Qatar selections. On that basis we should see a change in location. The corruption led to arrests.

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Post by Unique on Wed Mar 21, 2018 11:35 pm

Does anyone know how many slaves have died building the stadiums in Qatar.

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Post by Nishankly on Thu Mar 22, 2018 10:57 am

@Unique wrote:Does anyone know how many slaves have died building the stadiums in Qatar.


Amnesty states 250 dying each year, Most of them Indian. Most of these Indians have nothing to live for in both countries and end up choosing the slave life even while knowing the consequences. Can't blame them, Poverty can make you do anything which has a glimer of hope and most of India is backward and below poverty line outside the cities because of the wealth disparity.
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Post by Nishankly on Thu Mar 22, 2018 10:59 am

@GiancarloC wrote:Does Qatar have enough stadiums to have all the games? Its a small nation. There was a lot of corruption in both the Russia and Qatar selections. On that basis we should see a change in location. The corruption led to arrests.


Yeah stadiums will not be a problem for such a rich country.
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Post by Adit on Thu Mar 22, 2018 11:39 am

@Nishankly wrote:
@Unique wrote:Does anyone know how many slaves have died building the stadiums in Qatar.


Amnesty states 250 dying each year, Most of them Indian. Most of these Indians have nothing to live for in both countries and end up choosing the slave life even while knowing the consequences. Can't blame them, Poverty can make you do anything which has a glimer of hope and most of India is backward and below poverty line outside the cities because of the wealth disparity.


Problem is not wealth disparity.
Problem is not enough wealth being generated because of government intervention of the socialist India which created market distortion in every field including education, agriculture,manufacturing.

The only sector which government couldn't interfere and is fairly new, which is service sector grew at a high level. It is no wonder our IT industry became a world wide hit... That is the industry with least government interference.

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Post by Guest on Thu Mar 22, 2018 12:05 pm

@Adit wrote:
@Nishankly wrote:
@Unique wrote:Does anyone know how many slaves have died building the stadiums in Qatar.


Amnesty states 250 dying each year, Most of them Indian. Most of these Indians have nothing to live for in both countries and end up choosing the slave life even while knowing the consequences. Can't blame them, Poverty can make you do anything which has a glimer of hope and most of India is backward and below poverty line outside the cities because of the wealth disparity.


Problem is not wealth disparity.
Problem is not enough wealth being generated because of government intervention of the socialist India which created market distortion in every field including education, agriculture,manufacturing.

The only sector which government couldn't interfere and is fairly new, which is service sector grew at a high level. It is no wonder our IT industry became a world wide hit... That is the industry with least government interference.


I thought it was because cheap labor in IT services allows them to undercut the local market, thus making it a valuable proposition to middle management who know nothing about technology looking to slash budgets to pad their resumes for the next time they jump ship to another company.

A lot of companies are moving their IT services locally because of the fires such body shops as Infosys and TCS produced. If a lack of government intervention is the reason why companies we do business with have, for the past few years, kept bringing on "Senior Software Developers", who can barely string together a for loop, then maybe the government should do something.

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Post by terrance511 on Thu Mar 22, 2018 5:03 pm

well, the more these american tried to compare a shit to another shit, the more shit im seeing.

not that a view of any other nations fellow matter to them thou.

thell just need to ride on dat bubble and fly high like an angel, mama.
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Post by futbol on Thu Mar 22, 2018 5:25 pm

@Unique wrote:Does anyone know how many slaves have died building the stadiums in Qatar.


Less than US citizens die from not being able to afford health care or freeze to death from being homeless in RICH AMERICA. Sad.

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Re: Rumors of WC boycott starting to pick up

Post by Unique on Thu Mar 22, 2018 5:34 pm

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@Unique wrote:Does anyone know how many slaves have died building the stadiums in Qatar.


Less than US citizens die from not being able to afford health care or freeze to death from being homeless in RICH AMERICA. Sad.
speaking about america its crazy how people still talk about slavery in america from years ago and just ignore the slavery that happens all over the world now.

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Post by Lord Spencer on Thu Mar 22, 2018 6:39 pm

Just a note, as someone fro the Middle East.

While Russia is certainly a country with many sins, mostly against their own people, the Europe-enabled US foreign policy of the past 50 years have been far more responsible for deaths and destruction in the world.

A boycott of the Russian WC shouldn't happen without a concurrent boycott of the US and their armed thuggish allies.
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Post by Guest on Thu Mar 22, 2018 6:40 pm

@Unique wrote:
@futbol wrote:
@Unique wrote:Does anyone know how many slaves have died building the stadiums in Qatar.


Less than US citizens die from not being able to afford health care or freeze to death from being homeless in RICH AMERICA. Sad.
speaking about america its crazy how people still talk about slavery in america from years ago and just ignore the slavery that happens all over the world now.


Its almost as if some countries and people matter more than others......Wait let me put the french flag as my facebook picture. :coffee:

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Post by Unique on Thu Mar 22, 2018 8:41 pm

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@futbol wrote:


Less than US citizens die from not being able to afford health care or freeze to death from being homeless in RICH AMERICA. Sad.
speaking about america its crazy how people still talk about slavery in america from years ago and just ignore the slavery that happens all over the world now.


Its almost as if some countries and people matter more than others......Wait let me put the french flag as my facebook picture. :coffee:
true. whats the point in worrying about slaves that have been dead for 100 years the world should look out for slaves that are still alive. i saw a story from the UK a few weeks ago talking about a bunch of people being forced to work for little or no money and thats in the UK ffs. Shocked

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Post by Adit on Fri Mar 23, 2018 12:47 pm

@CBarca wrote:Are they currently?

I'm not arguing that the US hasn't done things in the past but this isn't a referendum on if the US is a good nation or not, every world power including the US and the UK has done terrible things, that doesn't need explaining, that's incredibly obvious, but if there is an argument of Russia vs the US and the UK, there is a clear difference to what the situation is in Russia vs what it is in the US or the UK. Read Giancarlo's post again.

I haven't even said I think there should be a boycott, but comparing Russia and the US currently, defending Russia? It's absurd



Saddam Hussian was working on the plan to sell the oil in Gold dinar (not in USD) and this step will have a cascade effect and all the Oil producing countries will start selling their oil in Dinar.

USD is a Fiat currency , its means there is no backing up of gold against the USD and just to create the artificial demand , US wants all the oil producing countries to sell their oil in USD.

If these oil producing countries shifted to other currency , then their will no as such great demand of USD and then the US dollar will collapse.

So US is just delaying this by attacking Iraq, Syria, Libya, Yemen and IRAN.

So yeah ,Yemen and Iran currently. I hope every person in the world learn economics... It will help understand geopolitics and help understand which politician is doing what for what reason and whom to vote for.

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Post by GiancarloC on Fri Mar 23, 2018 4:57 pm

@Adit wrote:
@Nishankly wrote:
@Unique wrote:Does anyone know how many slaves have died building the stadiums in Qatar.


Amnesty states 250 dying each year, Most of them Indian. Most of these Indians have nothing to live for in both countries and end up choosing the slave life even while knowing the consequences. Can't blame them, Poverty can make you do anything which has a glimer of hope and most of India is backward and below poverty line outside the cities because of the wealth disparity.


Problem is not wealth disparity.
Problem is not enough wealth being generated because of government intervention of the socialist India which created market distortion in every field including education, agriculture,manufacturing.

The only sector which government couldn't interfere and is fairly new, which is service sector grew at a high level. It is no wonder our IT industry became a world wide hit... That is the industry with least government interference.


Government regulation is a good thing. It isn't bad, if done for the right reasons. A country with less government regulation is generally one with many more problems. Even US states with less regulation are a mess. Ohio and West Virginia are two US states where the state government is scaled back but the people are suffering from cancer and a whole lot of other ailments because of unregulated industry. Ohio is the state where a river caught fire afterall.

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Post by GiancarloC on Fri Mar 23, 2018 5:00 pm

@Lord Spencer wrote:Just a note, as someone fro the Middle East.

While Russia is certainly a country with many sins, mostly against their own people, the Europe-enabled US foreign policy of the past 50 years have been far more responsible for deaths and destruction in the world.

A boycott of the Russian WC shouldn't happen without a concurrent boycott of the US and their armed thuggish allies.


Actually, Russa has been responsible for far more deaths and destruction than any Western based foreign policy. One can only look at Russia's involvement even in Afghanistan which cost more lives than any Western intervention. Same thing goes for states like Ethiopia with the Derg and Angola with the MPLA.

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Post by Zagadka on Fri Mar 23, 2018 5:28 pm

Guardian reporting that 25 England fans have been arrested in Amsterdam ahead of tonight's friendly. The beacon of ethical behaviour, morality and virtue-signalling people causing trouble with police officers and ordinary tourists, throwing beers at them in one of the friendliest cities in the world. If they behave like this in land of their friendly allies, then I shudder to think how badly it could go in the land of the nation Boris Johnson just compared to Nazi Germany...  

For the sake of their travelling fans, a lot of whom will be very kind and normal people, I wish England to boycott the WC. A repeat of such behaviour in June will have these guys sent to Black Dolphin (feel free to google it, up there with the toughest Chinese prisons) or maybe some Monglo-Siberian therapy. I prefer a World Cup without England than one tarred with violence and trouble news instead of actual football being played. Thankfully, England won't be playing in any of the few cities I'll be attending for matches, and for that matter, neither will Russia (at close time proximity anyways). Good stuff.

A business partner of mine who attended the Confederations Cup last summer said the police will have a zero-tolerance policy, sniffing dogs all over the hosting cities and metro, and any provocative/drunken abuse or behaviour will be met with immediate arrest and imprisonment, regardless of nationality. Funnily, he said Australian and New Zealand fans that travelled seemed to enjoy their time and were very well-behaved.
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Post by FilthyLuca on Fri Mar 23, 2018 5:58 pm

@futbol wrote:
@Unique wrote:Does anyone know how many slaves have died building the stadiums in Qatar.


Less than US citizens die from not being able to afford health care or freeze to death from being homeless in RICH AMERICA. Sad.


That's like saying Larry Nassar hasn't hurt nearly as many people as the justice system in America over the years so don't say shit.    
since every country, except maybe Nepal and New Guinea has done some evil nasty shit, lets let everything slide.    
And lets not act like A) they publish stats of how many people die in the cold from homelessness in America and B) like there aren't people dying in the cold in RICH Europe too. Shits been happening everywhere since the beginning of time.


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Post by FilthyLuca on Fri Mar 23, 2018 6:02 pm

@GiancarloC wrote:
@Adit wrote:
@Nishankly wrote:


Amnesty states 250 dying each year, Most of them Indian. Most of these Indians have nothing to live for in both countries and end up choosing the slave life even while knowing the consequences. Can't blame them, Poverty can make you do anything which has a glimer of hope and most of India is backward and below poverty line outside the cities because of the wealth disparity.


Problem is not wealth disparity.
Problem is not enough wealth being generated because of government intervention of the socialist India which created market distortion in every field including education, agriculture,manufacturing.

The only sector which government couldn't interfere and is fairly new, which is service sector grew at a high level. It is no wonder our IT industry became a world wide hit... That is the industry with least government interference.


Government regulation is a good thing. It isn't bad, if done for the right reasons. A country with less government regulation is generally one with many more problems. Even US states with less regulation are a mess. Ohio and West Virginia are two US states where the state government is scaled back but the people are suffering from cancer and a whole lot of other ailments because of unregulated industry. Ohio is the state where a river caught fire afterall.

Ohio is actually middle of the pack, and West Virginia is one of the most heavily regulated states. might want to update your info.
Michigan is pretty well regulated and its a mess anywhere there isn't rich white people.

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Post by Unique on Fri Mar 23, 2018 8:50 pm

@Zagadka wrote:Guardian reporting that 25 England fans have been arrested in Amsterdam ahead of tonight's friendly. The beacon of ethical behaviour, morality and virtue-signalling people causing trouble with police officers and ordinary tourists, throwing beers at them in one of the friendliest cities in the world. If they behave like this in land of their friendly allies, then I shudder to think how badly it could go in the land of the nation Boris Johnson just compared to Nazi Germany...  

For the sake of their travelling fans, a lot of whom will be very kind and normal people, I wish England to boycott the WC. A repeat of such behaviour in June will have these guys sent to Black Dolphin (feel free to google it, up there with the toughest Chinese prisons) or maybe some Monglo-Siberian therapy. I prefer a World Cup without England than one tarred with violence and trouble news instead of actual football being played. Thankfully, England won't be playing in any of the few cities I'll be attending for matches, and for that matter, neither will Russia (at close time proximity anyways). Good stuff.

A business partner of mine who attended the Confederations Cup last summer said the police will have a zero-tolerance policy, sniffing dogs all over the hosting cities and metro, and any provocative/drunken abuse or behaviour will be met with immediate arrest and imprisonment, regardless of nationality. Funnily, he said Australian and New Zealand fans that travelled seemed to enjoy their time and were very well-behaved.
when the Russian neo nazi football hooligans that everyone in the world apart from you know exist start killing middle aged family men who have young kids with them simply because they have on a England shirt I’m sure dicks like you will find a way to blame it on the England fan.

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Post by Zagadka on Fri Mar 23, 2018 9:53 pm

@Unique wrote:
@Zagadka wrote:Guardian reporting that 25 England fans have been arrested in Amsterdam ahead of tonight's friendly. The beacon of ethical behaviour, morality and virtue-signalling people causing trouble with police officers and ordinary tourists, throwing beers at them in one of the friendliest cities in the world. If they behave like this in land of their friendly allies, then I shudder to think how badly it could go in the land of the nation Boris Johnson just compared to Nazi Germany...  

For the sake of their travelling fans, a lot of whom will be very kind and normal people, I wish England to boycott the WC. A repeat of such behaviour in June will have these guys sent to Black Dolphin (feel free to google it, up there with the toughest Chinese prisons) or maybe some Monglo-Siberian therapy. I prefer a World Cup without England than one tarred with violence and trouble news instead of actual football being played. Thankfully, England won't be playing in any of the few cities I'll be attending for matches, and for that matter, neither will Russia (at close time proximity anyways). Good stuff.

A business partner of mine who attended the Confederations Cup last summer said the police will have a zero-tolerance policy, sniffing dogs all over the hosting cities and metro, and any provocative/drunken abuse or behaviour will be met with immediate arrest and imprisonment, regardless of nationality. Funnily, he said Australian and New Zealand fans that travelled seemed to enjoy their time and were very well-behaved.
when the Russian neo nazi football hooligans that everyone in the world apart from you know exist start killing middle aged family men who have young kids with them simply because they have on a England shirt I’m sure dicks like you will find a way to blame it on the England fan.


Are you really 43? I expect petty insults and name calling from teenagers, not a grown man. I talked about England fans in Netherlands. I fully supported Russian hooligans getting arrested and jailed in France/Spain for the troubles they caused, same as I will support for any trouble seeking scumbags who make life hell for the rest of us peaceful supporters, no matter which part of the world.

There are (unconfirmed rumours) that the English fans in question in Amsterdam were also chanting against the Germans, the Irish and Muslim people. The violence history of SOME English fans is well documented, same with those SOME Russian fans. Neither side has a moral high ground to stand on when it comes to fan disturbance and violence. I am sure you're old enough to remember the 80s...

It's a shame that French authorities were so weak and pathetic. During the England-Russia game in June 2016, thousands of fans of both teams must have been arrested and still be serving in jail today. If I recall correctly, the French police actually ran away from the troublemaking fans, instead of aggressively cracking down and arresting them.
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Post by Unique on Fri Mar 23, 2018 10:19 pm

@Zagadka wrote:
@Unique wrote:
@Zagadka wrote:Guardian reporting that 25 England fans have been arrested in Amsterdam ahead of tonight's friendly. The beacon of ethical behaviour, morality and virtue-signalling people causing trouble with police officers and ordinary tourists, throwing beers at them in one of the friendliest cities in the world. If they behave like this in land of their friendly allies, then I shudder to think how badly it could go in the land of the nation Boris Johnson just compared to Nazi Germany...  

For the sake of their travelling fans, a lot of whom will be very kind and normal people, I wish England to boycott the WC. A repeat of such behaviour in June will have these guys sent to Black Dolphin (feel free to google it, up there with the toughest Chinese prisons) or maybe some Monglo-Siberian therapy. I prefer a World Cup without England than one tarred with violence and trouble news instead of actual football being played. Thankfully, England won't be playing in any of the few cities I'll be attending for matches, and for that matter, neither will Russia (at close time proximity anyways). Good stuff.

A business partner of mine who attended the Confederations Cup last summer said the police will have a zero-tolerance policy, sniffing dogs all over the hosting cities and metro, and any provocative/drunken abuse or behaviour will be met with immediate arrest and imprisonment, regardless of nationality. Funnily, he said Australian and New Zealand fans that travelled seemed to enjoy their time and were very well-behaved.
when the Russian neo nazi football hooligans that everyone in the world apart from you know exist start killing middle aged family men who have young kids with them simply because they have on a England shirt I’m sure dicks like you will find a way to blame it on the England fan.


Are you really 43? I expect petty insults and name calling from teenagers, not a grown man. I talked about England fans in Netherlands. I fully supported Russian hooligans getting arrested and jailed in France/Spain for the troubles they caused, same as I will support for any trouble seeking scumbags who make life hell for the rest of us peaceful supporters, no matter which part of the world.

There are (unconfirmed rumours) that the English fans in question in Amsterdam were also chanting against the Germans, the Irish and Muslim people. The violence history of SOME English fans is well documented, same with those SOME Russian fans. Neither side has a moral high ground to stand on when it comes to fan disturbance and violence. I am sure you're old enough to remember the 80s...

It's a shame that French authorities were so weak and pathetic. During the England-Russia game in June 2016, thousands of fans of both teams must have been arrested and still be serving in jail today. If I recall correctly, the French police actually ran away from the troublemaking fans, instead of aggressively cracking down and arresting them.
funny thing is when 2000 fans come to Wembley to play England who have 80k fans there is never a hint of trouble yet when 500-600 England fans go to away games there always seems to be trouble. So basically when England fans out number the others 600 to 1 and could crush them easy they don’t start fights. But when 600 England fans go to another country and are badly out numbered and will get smashed they start trouble. Smells like bullshit to me. scratch

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Post by Lord Spencer on Fri Mar 23, 2018 10:32 pm

@GiancarloC wrote:
@Lord Spencer wrote:Just a note, as someone fro the Middle East.

While Russia is certainly a country with many sins, mostly against their own people, the Europe-enabled US foreign policy of the past 50 years have been far more responsible for deaths and destruction in the world.

A boycott of the Russian WC shouldn't happen without a concurrent boycott of the US and their armed thuggish allies.


Actually, Russa has been responsible for far more deaths and destruction than any Western based foreign policy. One can only look at Russia's involvement even in Afghanistan which cost more lives than any Western intervention. Same thing goes for states like Ethiopia with the Derg and Angola with the MPLA.


The US have created the monstrosity that is Radical Islamic terrorism , along with Saudi money and ideology. US coups in Iran, South America, and other countries have contributed to decades long civil wars. Not to mention their intervention wars in South East Asia and Korea.

Russia isn't clean, not by a long shot. However, only one country maintains military bases all over the world.
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