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The Homophobic World Cup 2022
#61
(21-11-2022, 03:05 AM)Parsifal Wrote:
(21-11-2022, 02:01 AM)MintyRox Wrote: And even if it was real money, then it was his money to shred.

I don't know about the Bank of England (was it £ notes?), but when it comes to Federal Reserve Bank notes it is illegal to mutilate or destroy such notes (at least within the U.S. it is).

I'm guessing here, but Federal Reserve Bank notes are the property of the Federal Reserve Bank, not you.  What is yours is the claim to wealth that those banknotes represent, but the medium itself belongs to them.

No such rule in the UK, you may burn, shred or tear up your own money if you wish.  

As has been confirmed though, which was pretty obvious, Joe didn't actually waste the £10K anyway - it was donated to LGBTQIA+ charities before he even started this whole Twitter campaign.  Kudos to Mr Lycett for getting people talking and I wholly agree with him, Beckham finally nailed his own coffin once and for all with this.
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#62
Whether the notes were real or not Joe Lycett was the winner in my eyes.
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#63
Rainbow hats, flags, t-shirts being taken off fans at the stadium gates now.

Well done FIFA. All the promises were lies.
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#64
(22-11-2022, 11:40 PM)ladsnet Wrote: Rainbow hats, flags, t-shirts being taken off fans at the stadium gates now.

Well done FIFA. All the promises were lies.

Not just rainbow gear:

Quote:Iran fans with pre-revolution flag denied entry into World Cup match against England

Iranian fans carrying the pre-1979 revolution flag of Iran were denied entry into the venue of their country’s first World Cup game against England in Qatar on Monday, the New York Times reported.

Fans wearing shirts with the flag or anti-regime messaging were also not allowed entry into the stadium, according to the NYT report.

The flag, known as the lion and sun flag, was the official flag of Iran until the 1979 revolution which led to the establishment of the Islamic Republic.
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#65
Its like Brexit.

Everything the 'we shouldn't hold it in Qatar' mob said would happen, and FIFA said was 'project fear'... is happening.

At this rate, pre-match entertainment at the final will be a stadium lynching of 100 gays.
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#66
Quote:Germany’s players placed hands over their mouths and wore rainbow stripes on their warm-up tops and boots in a powerful statement of defiance against Fifa before their Group E match against Japan.

Their message was reinforced by the German interior minister, Nancy Faeser, who also wore a OneLove armband, which promotes tolerance, diversity and LGBTQ+ rights, as she sat next to Fifa’s president, Gianni Infantino.

Well done Germans
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#67
Yes, well done to Germany, but (and I never thought I'd be saying this!) I'm totally in agreement with Roy
Keane here - all the team captains should wear the armband and take the booking.

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#68
I suppose they're all so scared that they might get a second booking during their match, they just can't take the risk!   Confused
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#69
I read somewhere a suggestion that the teams who were going to wear the armbands - I think there's at least 7 or 8, largely top teams - should just refuse to play until FIFA announce there'll be no yellow cards for wearing them.

The tournament grinds to a halt.
TV and sponsors go apeshit.

FIFA caves in.
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#70
Must admit I'm torn over the World Cup - don't want to watch it for all the reasons others have specified.

Have only watched the England game so far - the prospect of a wank was too much to resist.
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#72
Germany players cover mouths in protest against FIFA clampdown on free speech in ‘OneLove’ armband row

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German politician Nancy Faeser sat next to FIFA president Gianni Infantino wearing a OneLove armband

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#73
I like it that No. 15 in the back row has his hand on the next guy's shoulder. Big Grin
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#74
Great images, thanx EthanE
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#75
(24-11-2022, 02:42 AM)EthanE Wrote: Germany players cover mouths in protest against FIFA clampdown on free speech in ‘OneLove’ armband row

I had to smile today when someone commented that the German spectators covered their eyes instead, so they didn't have to watch when Germany lost the match Big Grin
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#76
How does it work?  Are Germany and Argentina now completely out of the World Cup or do they have another chance in another round?  (Bag Head)
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#77
Belgian Foreign Affairs Minister Hadja Lahbib wears a "OneLove" armband in the stands @ World Cup game between Belgium and Canada on Wednesday

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#78
It's all getting out of hand don't you think ?
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(26-11-2022, 09:07 PM)Luckydog2020 Wrote: It's all getting out of hand don't you think ?

If you are referring to the human rights issues then absolutely it’s out of hand.
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#80
England lit up the Wembley Arch (5200km from the tournament) in rainbow colours.

TAKE THAT FIFA !!!
THAT'LL SHOW EM !!!!!
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