900 Workers Already Dead in Islamist Tyranny’s World Cup Construction


Even the Saudis don’t want to have anything to do with Qatar. Hated in Egypt, despised in Dubai, the vicious Qatari Islamist tyranny that supports terror worldwide is still the toast of Europe for its hefty purses.

That’s why the soccer World Cup is coming to Qatar in 2022, no matter how many bodies it takes.

In 2022, Qatar will host the World Cup. The host city has already made some waves with its stadium shaped like a certain body part. But what you might not know is that, since 2012, about 900 workers have died while working on infrastructure in Qatar, in a building boom anticipating the World Cup.

Last month, the Guardian reported that over 400 Nepalese migrant workers had already died at building sites. Between 2010 and 2012 more than 700 workers from India lost their lives working on construction sites in Qatar, too. A report by the International Trade Union Confederation (ITUC) says that if conditions don’t get any better, by the time the World Cup kicks off, at least 4,000 migrant workers will have died on the job.

For comparison, 25 construction workers died during the preparations for Sochi.

It really says something when working conditions in Russia are wildly better than in your terrorist oil tyranny.

Workers described forced labor in 50C (122F) heat, employers who retain salaries for several months and passports making it impossible for them to leave and being denied free drinking water. The investigation found sickness is endemic among workers living in overcrowded and insanitary conditions and hunger has been reported. Thirty Nepalese construction workers took refuge in the their country’s embassy and subsequently left the country, after they claimed they received no pay.

According to the ITUC, there are already 1.2 million migrant workers in Qatar, and about a million more will probably pour into the country to help with construction. These are essentially slaves.

Saudi Arabia and the rest of the Gulfies replaced their old system of slavery in the sixties with migrant worker slavery.


  • A Z

    Quit complaining

    All cultures are equal. The culture of Russia is equal to the culture of Qatar

    1,100 deaths = 25 deaths.

    Progressive philosophy, logic and math at its’ finest.

  • jtrollla

    Does this sound like slavery…or something pretty close to it?

  • ebonystone

    How many died in the construction for the London Olympics? Any?

    • Guest

      MORON !

      • ELSIE COOK


        • DisappearHere

          Well a simple Google search would tell you that it was actually none, but this article isn’t about which construction program killed the most people.

    • Larry Larkin

      Same number as died in the construction for the Sydney Olympics – NONE!

  • geronimo909

    This is much worse than slavery. If they were slaves then every slave would have an economic value and their owners would want to preserve the economic value and keep the workers safe. In this case, if the worker dies the “owners” gain economic value because they do not have to pay their long overdue wages or the cost of flying them back to their homes. They replace the dead worker with another poor soul who has been lured there by “high wages” and a chance to earn money.

    • http://libertyandculture.blogspot.com/ Jason P

      In antebellum Lousiana valuable slaves weren’t used to clear the swamps for the New Basin Canal due to the loss from Yellow Fever … Irish immigrants working as day laborers were preferred.

      • geronimo909

        That is an interesting fact, one that I did not know. I will bet that most of those Irish immigrants were proud of the work they were doing despite the dangers. My grandfather was an immigrant from the rural hills of Italy, totally illiterate. He came here around 1910. He would brag that he was a “bottom man” on a sewer crew. That meant he hand dug the trenches for the sewer lines, one of the hardest jobs and one of the most dangerous on a construction site because of the cave-ins. He knew it was dangerous and in his ignorance wore it as a badge of courage. We have come a long way from that so it is shocking that in our modern world these deaths are allowed to happen without a peep from the UN or other social organizations.

        • sequax

          Not to mention the transcontinental railroad. They would never use slaves to build it– too valuable. They tried native Americans, but they tended to die off pretty quickly. Then they put Irish and Chinese laborers at the task instead.

      • Ellsworth Toohey

        True ! In fact it is basic economy. You take more care of your own property than rented one. The miserable condition of slaves in the US was overblown. Nothing to compare with arabic countries were it was cheap to replace them.

    • high treason

      They did not even have to buy the slave or capture them in war. State sponsored deception, just like their religion. Why is the UN not doing anything? They are conspicuous in their silence.

  • Ellsworth Toohey

    The conclusion is obvious, indian, paki workers are not very strong compared to Russians -:)

  • andrewwhitehead

    To those who ask, “Where is Europe and America on this?”; remember Kosovo when our legions of professional law enforcement set up whore houses staffed with slave children.

    We have lost the moral high ground (and Europe lost it generations ago) when it comes to slavery…it will take a new United Nations made up of free countries to root out slavery. A new UN that keeps out countries that actively support slavery, such as Germany, Norway, Italy, etc.

  • Jakareh

    I’m boycotting the jihadist World Cup and I’m Brazilian.