posted on May, 2 2010 @ 12:38 PM
Growing up I thought sports were pretty boring, and I've only recently developed a taste for such issues. Although as a South African I was always
skeptical about the Football World Cup 2010 being held here, we are just under 40 days away, and generally I've been pretty proud by what was
Sadly much of the expected revenue and employment that people were promised to push the project is unlikely to materialize, and comments in our press
voice concern of Fifa's fascist tendencies, such as:
- Areas around the games will be virtual police-states, with limits on advertising and economic activity. Only a locally unknown American beer may be
sold at games within stadia.
- Anyone advertising Fifa words (like "football", "soccer" and "2010") has been, and will be heavily fined. All pubs and bars will most likely
be charged R50 000 to show any of the games.
- Threats of crime, strikes, prostitution and even people trafficking are growing, and such events do cast a dark shadow of possible manipulated
Depite this, people are largely excited. However, now I've read about a journalist (Jennings) who writes on conspiracy and corruption in sport.
Is it just another NWO method of moving $ millions around the globe?
See the great transparency in sport website:
[edit on 2-5-2010 by halfoldman]