Who knew holding the World Cup in Islamist hell would be a bad idea?
Some mistakes are minor. Others are really big. It’s estimated that as many as 3,000 foreign workers will die in Qatar working in preparation for the totalitarian Islamist country’s big event. Most of the workers who have died already, died of heart attacks.
And they probably won’t be the only ones because aside from being an Islamic dictatorship that sponsors terrorism, Qatar is also really hot.
Blatter had earlier suggested that gay people just shouldn’t do gay stuff, which is illegal under Islamic law. Maybe now he can propose that everyone just learn not to sweat.
The temperature in Qatar between May and September ranges between 30°-50°C (86°-122°F) with humidity of 90%.
FIFA president Sepp Blatter has admitted that it was “a mistake” to choose Qatar to host the 2022 World Cup.
Blatter said that the technical report into Qatar’s bid had warned that it was too hot but despite that, FIFA’s executive committee had voted for the Middle Eastern country.
I wonder why they voted for the parent dictatorship of Al Jazeera whose influence abroad is extensive through its investments.
But Mr Blatter insisted Qatar had not “bought” the World Cup: “No. I will never say they bought it,” he said.
A statement claimed: ‘As explained in his answer to the journalist, the president reiterated that the decision to organise the World Cup in summer was an “error” based on the technical assessment report of the bid, which had highlighted the extremely hot temperatures in summer in Qatar.
So FIFA couldn’t spend 5 minutes on Google to check temperatures. Clearly the research here was of the first caliber.
In an interview with the Swiss television channel RTS Mr Blatter said: “We made a mistake. A mistake. You know we make lots of mistakes in life.”
Really, really big mistakes. But nothing will be canceled…
However, despite his admission, the FIFA chief will not change the World Cup’s destination, instead he will force through plans to run the 2022 tournament during the Qatari winter.
The Frenchman who could follow Sepp Blatter as the most powerful figure in world football has promised that he will consider stripping Qatar of the 2022 World Cup if elected as the next FIFA president.
Frenchman Jerome Champagne, 55, a former diplomat and a long-serving senior FIFA insider until 2010, is the only person yet to make a formal declaration of candidacy for the presidential race next May.
Time for the Islamic tyranny to start spending a lot more money or its attempt at buying the World Cup will be as much of a failure as Al Jazeera America.