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Is Egypt's football tragedy a conspiracy?

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posted on Feb, 3 2012 @ 09:52 AM
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As we all know, there was a breakout of violence and mass deaths at an Egyptian football match last Thursday.


Egypt is in shock after yet another act of violence on Thursday, this time deaths in a football stadium serving as a bloody reminder of deteriorating security in the country. Egypt has started three days of official mourning following its worst ever sporting tragedy. At least 74 people were killed when supporters of two of Egypt's biggest football clubs, Al Ahly and Al Masry, invaded the pitch. More than 1,000 fans were injured.


So, who is to blame for Thursday football stadium deaths? And was this a spontaneous act of hooliganism, or an organized conspiracy? Let's look at some comments from the article that elude to the possible conspiracy:


"Everybody now is convinced that yesterday's violence was not related to the soccer game. We have seen a lot of violence in similar games over the years and all were related to soccer violence and not to killing people in an organised way. I think everybody is to blame for this. This attack was intended and it was really organised." - Sameh Al-Anani, sports talkshow host



"Some people died in the stampede but a lot of them died of stab wounds, or shot by locally-made pistols. Usually in big football matches there is a metal detector at the gate and all fans are searched for weapons. Footage also shows security personnel in full gear standing still as people stormed the field and started attacking the players and fans of Al-Ahly. Usually the governor of Port Said and the head of security attend big football matches but not yesterday. This is weird." - Wael Abbas, journalist/political activist


So with that information...who is behind this? What is the goal? Who gains from this? I'm at a loss and would really like to hear the ideas of ATS members who might understand the history and goings-on a little better than I.

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posted on Feb, 3 2012 @ 10:01 AM
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Could it be the beginning of a ban on sport? Football has been suspended indefinitely I believe.



posted on Feb, 3 2012 @ 10:08 AM
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Originally posted by trustnothing
Could it be the beginning of a ban on sport? Football has been suspended indefinitely I believe.


Interesting thought. It very well could be the start of something like that. Good thinking...stars for that.



posted on Feb, 3 2012 @ 10:12 AM
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The conspiracy is in the destabilization of Egypt. Now the people are just tearing themselves apart.

It is so very sad to see the elder brothers of mankind in such turmoil. Egyptians knew they lived in a dictatorship, but chose the path of peace for so many years despite the torture and pain. They were never a conquered people. Gotta love them Rothchilds!

AX
FTNWO



posted on Feb, 3 2012 @ 10:15 AM
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Originally posted by trustnothing
Could it be the beginning of a ban on sport? Football has been suspended indefinitely I believe.


Remember during the world cup, there was a bunch of ..... in certain countries who attacked bars and cafes showing football as it was un islamic, this could very well be the beginning of the end, next will be tourists.. oh wait they've already started on that one



posted on Feb, 3 2012 @ 10:42 AM
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I dont think its a conspiracy, its Just another football tragedy.

It reminds me of the Hillsborough Tragedy of 1989.





Rest In Peace

edit on 3-2-2012 by WozaMeathed because: I cant spell




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