Tuesday, 2 November 2010

CASE 144 -The Dark Side of FIFA & The IOC

The Dark Side of FIFA & The IOC (International Olympic Committee)

FIFA & The IOC is structured like the mafia, it's organised crime at the top levels of society, from the initial selection process of which country plays host, to all the media rights, to all the contracts for building soccer stadiums and improving infrastructure. We the people in all countries are spending I don't know how many billions and billions on soccer stadiums, roads, busses, a speed train etc. while we have service delivery protests day in and day out. Countries can't provide electricity and water to the townships, but are hosting the World Cups, olympic games, continental championship tournaments. All this for something that will last one month!

Take the african cup of nations, countries like Mali 2002, they borrowed around 200 million off the Chinese government to host the 2002 Arican cup of nations, to this day they are still paying off, many other tournaments the same thing.

Andrew Jennings, transparency in sport and its corruption

Jacques Rogge and Seth Blatter = Allegations, Controversy, corruption and the suppression and commercialization of sport

Jacques Rogge, Count Rogge (Dutch pronunciation: [ˈrɔɣə] ( listen); born 2 May 1942) is a Belgian sports bureaucrat. He is the eighth and current president of the International Olympic Committee (IOC). Born in Ghent, Rogge is an orthopaedic surgeon by profession. Rogge was educated at the University of Ghent. He competed in yachting in the 1968, 1972 and 1976 Summer Olympics, and played on the Belgian national rugby union team. Rogge served as president of the Belgian Olympic Committee from 1989 to 1992, and as president of the European Olympic Committees from 1989 to 2001. He became a member of the IOC in 1991 and joined its Executive Board in 1998. He was knighted, and later elevated to Count, by King Albert II of Belgium. In his free time, Rogge is known to admire modern art and is an avid reader of historical and scientific literature. Pierre de Coubertin and Demetrios Vikelas the inventors of the modern games and the 1st and 2nd presidents were both Jesuit students, freemasons and more than likely part of the Illuminati, Coubertin adopted the early IOC saying ‘Citius, Altius, Fortius’ (Faster, Higher, Stronger) as invented by his Jesuit mentor Father Didon

Joseph S. Blatter (born 10 March 1936) is the 8th and current President of FIFA (Fédération Internationale de Football Association) which was created by freemasons at the freemasons tavern in London 1863, but Fifa started up in 1906. He was elected on 8 June 1998, succeeding João Havelange. Blatter was born in Visp, Canton Valais, Switzerland, he is the grandson of the late Swiss Jesuit grand general. He studied in Sion, Switzerland before he received a degree in business and economics from the University of Lausanne in 1959. Blatter has a long and varied history including posts such as Head of Public Relations of the Valaisan Tourist Board in his native Switzerland, as well as General Secretary of the Swiss Ice Hockey Federation. He was Director of Sports Timing and Relations of Longines S.A. and was involved in the organization of the 1972 and 1976 Olympic Games. In the early 1970s, Blatter was elected president of the World Society of Friends of Suspenders, an organisation which tried to stop women replacing suspender belts with pantyhose. Since 1975 Blatter has been working at FIFA, first as Technical Director (1975–1981), then General Secretary (1981–1998) before his election as FIFA President in 1998. He was re-elected as head of FIFA in 2002 and was re-elected unopposed for another four years on 31 May 2007 even though only 66 of 207 FIFA members nominated him. Sepp Blatter sought another term as FIFA president in December 2009 and was elected once more. Then again in 2011, but later in November of 2011 was swept into controversy by stating "there is no problem with racism in football", talking about Patrice evra. The saga continues.....

freemasons tavern in London 1863 - History of association football

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