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Dispatch / Russia / December 12, 2010
By John Bull

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LONDON–As you’ve perhaps completely failed to notice, Russia recently won the prize of hosting the 2018 World Cup finals. Any ignorance about this on your part is understandable since a) you’re likely to be American and take pride in not giving a shit about soccer and b) this site isn’t some where anyone comes to get their sporting fix, but the competition to win the bid has been fascinating for a range of reasons that have very little to do with guys kicking a ball about the pitch but plenty to do with what’s happening in international relations.

I like football, but even if you don’t, you ought to know that most of the world outside North America is far more interested in football than politics. By the way, one of the first people to realise the implications of this was wily old Rupert Murdoch. His canny understanding of this is one of the main reasons reason he’s now more powerful than God. The extensive reporting of sport in general and football in particular in British newspapers, such as The Sun and News of the World was a crucial but often overlooked factor in the paper’s massive appeal to the proles. Murdoch then used the vast profits these rags generated to start his satellite empire which locked exclusive rights to show English football. This proved to be a licence to print money which in turn funded the early days of the Fox network. Yes, that’s right: you largely have obsessive English football supporters to thank for making Fox News the American institution it is today…

In more recent years, the political class have started catching up with Murdoch and paying far more attention to soccer. It’s become a huge global business and it’s also inevitably become increasingly political and tied to national pride to a much greater extent than, for example, the Olympics. The latest and most vivid examples of this trend have been the races to host the next two world cups.

The voting process to win hosting rights to the cup, an event that happens every four years, is similar to that for the Olympics. It’s a secret ballot, so countries try to win by persuading unelected executives of football’s international governing body, FIFA, to vote for them. Votes are won with the time-honoured mix of wining, dining, flattery, backhanders and hookers although since voting is opaque, the voters can and do lie, promising their votes to multiple parties. Under such circumstances, dishonesty and double-crossing are an inevitable part of the battle to win precious votes. This time around though, there were even more opportunities for back-room deals than usual owning to the fact that the competition to host 2022 at the same time was also being decided, for hazy reasons. Hence since all the competitors for 2018 were European and all the competitors for 2022 came from everywhere else, there were vote-swapping deals cut between the participants.

The climax of the bidding process was a series of presentations in Zurich which was also a chance for various bid teams to do some last minute lobbying and show off some national celebrities, (you’ll be proud to know that you had Bill Clinton and Morgan Freeman trying their hardest to win the 2022 world cup for the US) and try to win a few more last minute votes.

Not all countries could be arsed with the schmoozing though. Putin didn’t turn up adding to the speculation that Russia’s bid was already dead and claims that he was being a bad loser. Reasons Russia didn’t have a hope of winning included claims that they had too many racist supporters and that they were lacking the infrastructure needed to host the event. Furthermore Russia was also the main topic of that morning’s batch of wikileaks, which was full of all that stuff about the country being a ‘autocratic kleptocracy’ and a ‘mafia state’. Commentators suggested that FIFA couldn’t award the event to such a corrupt regime without tarnishing the institution so it was deemed to be a straight battle between England and Spain, the current world cup holders.

The English bid team, on the other hand, sent out a very high profile team of the British Prime Minister, David Cameron, David Beckham and Prince William, who’s been basking in the adoration of the world’s media since he announced he’s planning to marrying his bird, a few weeks ago.


Prince William, Prime Minister David Cameron, David Beckham: The Rodney Dangerfields of World Cup lobbying

Bringing the Prince along was supposed to be a sneaky way of making sure voters who said they’d vote for England kept to their word on the basis that ‘No one would lie to the future King of England’. I do realise just how ridiculous that sounds, but our bid team clearly didn’t…

But that was typical of the whole of England’s surreal bid. Unlike the bids from all the other nations which revolved around extensive, carefully media-coordinated sucking up to FIFA, the British media decided to go in for an innovatively sadomasochistic approach. The BBC and the Sunday Times did very high profile investigations on how corrupt and in need of reform FIFA was and they had even had forced the resignation of six officials, apparently convinced FIFA would award us the tournament in gratitude for bringing this all their sleazy practices to the world’s attention. And we even had a bit of good old fashioned football rioting at an English game the night before the vote, from the Birmingham-Villa derby beamed around the world just for good measure to convince any doubters.

It was pretty obvious to any observer that England’s chances of hosting the cup were not good. So the oddest question about England’s bid is what possesed the prime minister to get so closely involved in something that was always so likely to end in defeat?

The answer to that is an unjustified arrogance about the way Britain is perceived by the rest of the world. And that, I think, tells you a lot about our newish Prime Minister, David Cameron. He’s one of those deeply irritating breed of politicians who decided they were going to rule their country at the age of about fourteen; he probably had his butler type out an immediate memo to that effect. Imagine a republican version of Al Gore, and you’ll have a pretty good idea of the measure of the man. And like Gore, his vast amounts of self confidence seem to blind him to the problem that people don’t actually like him much.

You’d think he might have some awareness of this, given he couldn’t win an election against Gordon Brown, one of the most unpopular British Prime Ministers in recent times, in the middle of the worst recession in a generation, with almost the entire print media on his side. After the election, he had to scramble around doing some deals with another party, the Liberal Democrats, to get the majority he needed, this was the first time a Prime Minister has had to resort to forming a coalition since the 1920s.

That said, he’s been an alright Prime Minister so far, at least as Tory leaders go. They’re pushing through some harsh spending cuts, but that’s happening most places these days, even Cuba! The coalition agreement has at least so far forced them to go easy on some of that nasty ‘survival of the fittest’ mentality that lurks beneath the skin of the Conservative Party, although that may be changing now the cuts are starting to kick in. And I even found myself momentarily respecting the man when he gave a passionate, honest apology for the disgusting behaviour of the British army in the Bloody Sunday Massacres (when they murdered twenty six civil rights protesters in public, an event which lead to the formation of the modern day IRA). And, to his credit, Cameron even took part in the ‘It gets Better’ campaign. He might be a bit of an oily cunt, but can you honestly imagine any Republican leader doing something like that?

Nevertheless his involvement with the bid has revealed he’s a bit of an idiot who’s out of his depth in international affairs. Cameron presumably craved winning some of the kudos Tony Blair got for snatching the 2012 Olympics from the French. Unfortunately for him, while Blair might be a cynical warmonger, he’s a far sharper operator than Cameron. Judging by Cameron’s petulant response afterwards, it clearly hadn’t even occurred to him that England might not win and he’d be left looking like a pathetic failed sales-man. You might think any politician would have the common sense not to expose themselves as a hostage to fortune, let alone to someone like Cameron who has a background in public relations? Apparently not.

All of which goes some way to explaining why, come the vote, England crashed out in the first round. Prince William had been assured of five of the twenty two votes, but discovered to his horror that actually some vermin, presumably oiks of lowly breeding, were prepared to stoop so low as to deceive a Prince! Which is why we only got one vote. Well, we actually got two, but one was from England’s FIFA representative so doesn’t count. That’s like getting a valentine card from your mum.

So it turned out that the much trumpeted ‘charm offensive’ of the handsome but overrated footballer, a cocky Prime Minister and the genial but dim King-to-be could only muster a single vote between them and they were so full of themselves that they didn’t even seem to see it coming. Even though I’d have loved to win, the entertaining way we lost almost made up for this. If, as the old saying goes, ‘The Battle of Waterloo was won on the playing fields of Eton’, the famous school attended by both the Prime Minister and the Prince, then it’s fair to say that England’s World Cup bid was lost on those same playing fields.

It later turned out that Russia knew they’d won days before, which is why they hadn’t bothered turning up to try to mop up any last minute votes. Most of the insiders had realised this too, Putin had even elliptically alluded to it in his reasons for not attending, but we’d done such a good job of pissing off the FIFA executives, that we didn’t have any friends left there to warn us about this. So FIFA were happy get their own back by letting our Prime Minister make a dick of himself on the international stage and inadvertently make it clear to everyone that Russia currently has a lot more friends in the world than the UK does.

Most of the other losing nations took losing in good grace. After the US lost the 2022 bid in the final round to Qatar, Obama responded, ‘I think it was the wrong decision’, completely failing to sound like he cared very much. Even Spain, which deserved to win, having won the world cup last time around, a national team that plays football in a fluid way that’s terrific to watch and plenty of good infrastructure in place, were philosophical about losing.

In the UK however, the English media are still whining about it, days later. Radio phone-ins are full of people moaning about FIFA corruption and how upset and humiliated poor Prince William must be to have had people looked him in the eye and promptly lied to him like that. I’m sure he’ll get over it though and it’s bound to have been an invaluable lesson in how not to go about pimping for your country, which should stand him in good stead…

Most of the English media have naturally been in denial that their rubbishing of FIFA had anything whatsoever to do with the failed bid while at the same time boasting about the relative positions on the Press Freedom index of England and Russia, (#19 and #140 respectively, with the US at #20, in case you were wondering). This is completely at odds with the fact that the FIFA Chairman explicitly mentioned that our uppity media is the main reason had no intentions whatsoever of holding the event in Britain, but I suppose that’s denial for you.

Instead everyone is blaming it on FIFA being totally corrupt, (‘only three of the FIFA executives even bothered to read our brilliant technical report!’) and the national mood seems to be that if losing the rights to host the occasional world cup is the price we have to pay for a free media then so be it. That’s true as far as it goes, but it glosses over the inconvenient fact that Britain did manage to win the equally corrupt competition to hold the upcoming Olympics back in 2005. The difference was that we had more influence on the global stage back then than we do now. When the US was top dog, it was able to lay down the law on the way business should be conducted and we in the UK were able punch above its wait by riding on the coattails of that. But as the economic global balance of power shifts, that power and influence is visibly slipping away.

So that’s the losers. What about the winners? Russia easily won the 2018 contest, coasting to a majority of the votes in the second round, whereupon Putin flew into Zurich and told FIFA the pretty cool story about how Russians loved football so much that it had played an important part in keeping their spirits up during the bombardment of Leningrad in the Great Patriotic War. Mind you, be that as it may, I remember passing through Moscow during the 2006 World Cup and not noticing any enthusiasm at all for the tournament or even being able to find anywhere showing the games with the inevitable exception of Irish bars…

Even the English conceded, albeit very, very grudgingly, that Russia’s not actually a bad place to host the tournament. That’s more than can be said for the other winners, Qatar. The desert is a ridiculous place to play football. It’s going to be far too hot to kick a ball around and Qatar are so rubbish at football, they even manage to make our English team look good at it; they’re the first country since 1934 to host a world cup without EVER qualifying to play in one. All of the indoor stadiums they’re going to have to build are going to be disposable ones that will have to be dismantled afterwards. This is likely to be the most energy intensive project in the history of the world, yet they’ve boasting about the green ‘zero carbon cooling solutions’ they’re going to use for the stadiums while keeping admirably straight faces.

Of course, what won Qatar the bid and lets them get away with talking this sort of bollocks is that, as with Russia, they’re sitting on lots of natural gas resources and are financially in much better shape than most of the other competitors. As wikileaks has just revealed, the nation has also been sensibly using its Al Jazeera TV station as leverage to improve its diplomatic profile. Stuff like this helps a lot when competing in these sort of global beauty contests these days, far, far more than any claims to have a democratic society.

But the most important reason it matters that Russia and Qatar won these contests is that it’s one of the clearest and most public signs of that long promised prophecy that power and influence is moving away from the West is coming to pass. For a few years now, political geeks have been discussing the rise of East Asia and the BRICs, (Brazil, Russia, India and China) and the corresponding decline of the west, but most people haven’t really been paying much attention to arcane things like the G8 being extended. That’s because they’ve had less nerdy things to do, like following football. Russia’s international profile has been pretty much non existent outside its backyard since the end of the Cold War, aside from endless stories about gangsters, oligarchs and spies. That’s going to change. Having witnessed the way Russia swatted away all the other European bids, the public’s been given a potent signal, using football, a language most of the world understands, that after a rough couple of decades, Russia is definitely ready to start strutting around on the world stage again. This is one of those very, very public signs that the world is changing, akin to the way China won and hosted the Beijing Olympics, but because Americans don’t follow football, you’re going to be the last ones to know this…

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  • 1. fuckyou  |  December 12th, 2010 at 4:05 pm

    this article is crap tabloid gossip.

  • 2. Not Convinced  |  December 12th, 2010 at 5:51 pm

    England already has hosted a world cup. FIFA officially favors new hosts, and non European hosts (Russia is close enough being non western European).

    UK only made sense as they will have newly built Olympic boondoggle stadiums laying empty. Needless to say Russia is now attracting boondoggles: Winter Olympics, World Cup. Yeah Russia!!!!

  • 3. RobertD  |  December 12th, 2010 at 6:53 pm

    So England fumbled another World Cup bid eh? Apparently they failed to realise that nobody outside the UK gives a toss about Prince William and regard the entire Royal Family as a grotesque curiosity at best.

    That David Beckham was the best footballer that could be trotted out tells you all you need to know: the English are actually crap at football. Beckham was never anywhere near one of the best footballers in the world and anybody with even a vague knowledge of the game knows it. And as a promotional mouthpiece… well, the guy struggles to articulate himself in complete sentences.

    Still, as misguided as it was, England’s campaign wasn’t nearly as embarassing as Australia’s. The Oz presentation included a promotional video featuring humourless Prime Minister Julia Gillard attempting to ham it up with a cartoon kangaroo. Oh dear. They even trotted out Paul Hogan. Paul fuckin’ Hogan – who everybody in the entire world ceased to be interested in oh, maybe 22 years ago?

    The end result: we get a World Cup played out in the desert at temperatures of 50C. The players are going to be completely knackered after 5 minuets on the pitch. What a great spectacle that’s going to be. Quite looking forward to seeing the World Cup in Russia in 2018, though. If nothing else, at least there will be plenty of good looking women in the stands.

  • 4. techno  |  December 12th, 2010 at 7:09 pm

    What a fun read! Folks forget that because politics and sport are both proud manifestations of the Leisure Class at work (and play?), one is pretty much identical to the other. You have written a superb description for why this is so.

    You Brits have a special problem. While you may have invented the “beautiful” game, the fact is you don’t play it very well. Russia at least has world-class athletes who don’t embarrass themselves in international play. I wonder how many FIFA guys voted against GB simply because they don’t want their football programs to end up looking like hers.

  • 5. Homer J.S.  |  December 12th, 2010 at 8:05 pm

    Why would you write “I like football” in an article about soccer?

  • 6. Jie Ke  |  December 12th, 2010 at 8:33 pm

    Actually, it’s a pretty good point made about how England’s bid leaders – and indeed much of the country – really didn’t see the humiliation coming. There was a last minute rush of bets on England winning it after we showed our presentation, resulting in bookies slashing odds to make us clear favourites. Even though the reality was that we were dead in the water, a lot of people were feeling we might actually win it. Where have we heard that before?

    If their message is going to be that openly censored media is better than fairly free media, then hopefully our press can now go after FIFA and repeatedly show the world why it is that the corrupt goons think that.

    And, more importantly, hopefully our national side can man the fuck up and play like winning matches for England is more important than their personal rivalries.

  • 7. D Keaton  |  December 12th, 2010 at 9:30 pm

    this is pravda

  • 8. megazver  |  December 12th, 2010 at 9:47 pm

    Butthurt limey detected!

  • 9. que?tar  |  December 12th, 2010 at 11:05 pm

    The Wikileaks cable in question didn’t reveal al-Jazeera to be a mouthpiece of the Qatari foreign service. It revealed that the US gov’t believed that al-Jazeera was an arm of the Qatari foreign service.

    Ironically, after that particular cable was released, the BBC published a banner headline (basically) condemning Wikileaks for publishing a State Dept. list of int’l sites deemed vital to US nat’l security…even though they could’ve essentially been found by googling “US defense contractors”. But I’m guessing this BBC article had nothing to do with the British “we’ll do everything we can to protect your interests” government’s “special relationship” with the US. Oh-no…its only “third world” countries that use media sources as propaganda mouthpieces!

  • 10. burbl  |  December 12th, 2010 at 11:11 pm

    I am afraid “fuckyou” will actually find something strange up his own arse.

  • 11. An Aussie  |  December 12th, 2010 at 11:31 pm

    FYI, Australia was a competitor for 2018 and isn’t part of Europe (but is a member of the G20 unlike Qatar). Unlike the English bid, the media wasn’t a factor. Like the English bid, we were promised votes that didn’t eventuate. Also, there was the ‘being close to Asia and in a similar time zone’ argument for Australia. Unfortunately, we went about the whole bid process on the assumption that the process was fair, and as a result got ratfucked like the provincial hicks we are.

  • 12. BenCorp.  |  December 12th, 2010 at 11:35 pm

    I quite liked the article.

  • 13. David  |  December 12th, 2010 at 11:59 pm

    ^YOU MAD?

  • 14. Stew  |  December 13th, 2010 at 1:38 am

    Can start by expressing my admiration for the nuanced comment above. An obvious genius..,

    Anyway, to get to the point there have been strong links between football and politics long before the scrotum faced Aussie stole all the sport. In Franco’s Spain it was particularly important with the fascists making sure that Real Madrid succeeded over the Catalunyan and Republican team of Barcelona. In eastern europe as well the communists made sure the best players were in the right teams, sometimes by drafting them into the army.

  • 15. Penile  |  December 13th, 2010 at 2:47 am

    hahaha @fuckyou

    you loser just can’t take reality it seems.
    Good little read, this! The comment just topped it all off.

  • 16. Jim Buck  |  December 13th, 2010 at 5:48 am

    No; it is entertaining tabloid gossip

  • 17. ariot  |  December 13th, 2010 at 7:54 am

    Oh say do those gangsters, oligarchs and spies still rein…. O’er the land of the free… And the home of the brave.

    Wait, sorry, this is about Russia.

    Football as geopolitics would make an interesting book. Funny how folks in the US think the sport is some kind of Marxist indoctrination ritual.

  • 18. Independentmuff  |  December 13th, 2010 at 8:20 am

    Sad as the English bid was, it was surpassed in crapness by the Australian one (and Australia also chucked a massive wobbler when they got nowhere too).

  • 19. CensusLouie  |  December 13th, 2010 at 8:55 am

    The worst game in the world spawns the worst man with the worst news station in the world.

    Soccer literally ruined the world.

  • 20. fuckyou again  |  December 13th, 2010 at 8:56 am

    you think I give a fuck about the “West”, fuck the “West” in its fat white ass.
    I just don’t want to hear some dick less Brit liberal give David Cameron half hearted fellatio, it makes me puke on my gym shorts.
    “And, to his credit, Cameron even took part in the ‘It gets Better’ campaign.”
    I say once more:
    London slum kids rule!

  • 21. pMX?  |  December 13th, 2010 at 6:13 pm

    “…most of the world outside North America is far more interested in football than politics.” So true.

  • 22. Beck  |  December 14th, 2010 at 3:50 am

    you western european people will have to watch the world cup like.. at 3-00 pm?

  • 23. onlyb4cl  |  December 25th, 2010 at 2:57 pm

    Ridiculous contradictory rubbish! The author admits FIFA is totally corrupt, then makes the outrageous claim that Russia winning 2018 signifies a general shift in power “away from the west” and that “this is one of those very, very public signs that the world is changing”, instead of just being a successful campaign to buy the votes of bunch of completely corruptible old men (who do no more than run a sporting federation) with hard cash and whores (which unsurprisingly the Russians are experts at). And anyone who’s spent any time in Russia, especially outside Moscow and St Petes will know that far from increasing Russia’s standing in the world the WC is more likely to merely increase appreciation of what a racist crumbling shithole the place is. Piss poor journalism.

  • 24. CHarlie  |  December 26th, 2010 at 6:02 pm

    How is this a sign of Anglo-American decline? What does this have to do with America at all?

    As you said yourself, even the American president doesn’t care that the US was beat out for Qatar; most Americans don’t care, either. Hell, chances are most American don’t even know that the US was beat out in favour of Qatar–US news doesn’t cover that crap in the first place.

    And since when does football have anything to do with power? Don’t confuse willingness to bribe officials for dick waving sporting events for actual hard- or soft-power. Does this make Russia into a net exporter like Germany? Will this give Qatar broad expeditionary warfare capabilities? Probably not. And China has never made a serious World Cup bid — does that mean they’re not powerful?

    If you look through a list of actual FIFA World Cup hosts there are almost as many Latin American hosts as their are “Western” hosts; England and the US show up only once, while Mexico and Brazil get (or will get) two appearances. Where are the signs of Anglo-American domination here? Was there ever any Anglo-American dominance there?

    “Mexico, Italy, France and Germany have hosted the event on two occasions, and Brazil will be the host for the second time in the 2014.” While that loosely qualifies as “Western” (or vaguely Mediterranean) dominance it’s not very Anglo. Reference:

    Calling this some glorious Russian victory over the decadent West is absurd. If anything, this is a victory over Continental Europe and, maybe, Latin America. And as victories go it’s pretty weak; I’d rather have the expeditionary warfare capabilities.

  • 25. THE  |  January 2nd, 2011 at 2:21 am

    It is vital to make a copy of this comment and send it to as many people in Western Countries, even as I am doing.

    It would not surprise many of us, if we discovered that Boris Yeltsin was set up and filmed in acts of Paedophilia on the orders of President Bill Clinton and President Hillary Clinton.

    I am not suggesting that Boris Yeltsin was a Paedophile by nature, but as a drunk, he may have not known what he was doing and was only told the next day.

    Boris Yeltsin lived in fear of being discovered, and he was puppetized and blackmailed by the Americans who he foolishly thought were he new found friends.

    Boris Yeltsin should have confessed and then tried to give up alcohol, but he knows he would have been extradited to America.

    If Russia knows that America has this film of the Drunken Oaf Boris Yeltsin in an act of Paedophilia, then it is better for Russia to admit it.

    It could be that America never had such a film, and they were only blackmailing and puppetizing that Drunken Gullible Oaf.

    America has publicly said that they do not have friends but only interests, and some people never learn.

    Boris Yeltsin would have to give State Secret away and work against Russian interests, and we saw Russia crumble under that Drunk.

    There should have been a system in place were if a Ruler or other High Official or Oligarch who was tempted and corrupted by the Americans to confess and serve a reduced sentence at a Spandau Type Prison.

    The reason for the Spandau Type Prison is to isolate them from the general prison population who do like Paedophiles, and they would be constantly persecuted because of that crime.

    Boris Yeltsin was not in it for the money, because his being drunk all day was his bliss and total fulfilment.

    As we all know Boris Yeltsin visited America, and he would not want to be extradited to America to face trial and shame Russia.

    However, he did saw they could help them become rich if they helped American companies and American Politicians become rich

    We know how Mikhail Khodorkovsky was made Deputy Minister for Fuel and Energy, and even a Deputy Minister is able to give away secrets of the Energy Sector.

    The American Corporations were able to use the knowledge of those secrets of the Russia Energy Sector to plot how to become wealthy at the expense of the Russian People.

    Many America Citizens believe that many American Politicians both male and female who lust for money; have to be filmed in acts of Paedophilia before they can receive campaign finance.

    The same applies for many of those who are employed as ‘Journalists’ who lust for money or simply want a job in the American Corrupt and Bribed Main Stream Media.

    Every country in the world should have a system where leniency can be shown to those who the President Bill Clinton and President Hillary Clinton have set up in order to blackmail and puppetize them.

    We all know that the Fascist American Corporations controls and funds the Dictators of America’s Election Campaigns in order to create and sustain a Fascist American State.

    We have definite and irrefutable proof of this, because the Fascist American State does not have 100% Public Funding for Elections, as proper Democracies have.

    It would not surprise most of us if certain Male Puppet and Blackmailed American Politicians have to be filmed ejaculating semen on young boys’ and girls’ genitals before they receive Corporate Funding for their Election Campaigns.

    America is a country where most of their Media and Politicians are Corrupt Puppets of the Corporations; most of the people are completely Gullible, and such a situation allows them to be easily deceived and exploited.

    We know that President Bill Clinton is especially wanted for ‘diplomacy’ with other world leaders, because they can discuss the Monika Lewinsky matter up fairly quickly in the conversation.

    The Rich in the West are defending the known Criminal and Parasite Mikhail Khodorkovsky, just like they do with the known Paedophile Roman Polanski.

    We know that Hollywood film technology is that good that they can make even dead actors appear in movies with today’s technology.

    This means that even if someone claimed to have leaked such a film, it could be dismissed a good fake.

    There are different ways to understand how I write, and sometimes people do not know how to react to what Anglo-America is scheming.

    It is best to see that America will raise the subject of Boris Yeltsin and Paedophilia just before the next Russian Election if they think that the Opposition can possibly win the next Russian Election.

    It is far better to know what Anglo-America is planning, and be prepared, rather than listen to nonsense how they are anyone’s friend.

    It is best to set up a Committee to examine any foreign allegations of impropriety, and know how to deal with it.

    Any Committee should be tasked with examining possible Paedophilia in the American Political Establishment and American Main Stream Media that are Puppets of the American Fascist Corporations.

    We know that Hollywood with modern technology can make it look like anyone in the film.

    If a low grade film is put on the internet, then it will look real, and many people will believe it.

    We know that America wants to censor the Internet because there may appear certain films, either real or Hollywood Grade productions fakes with certain High Profile American Puppet Politicians in acts of Paedophilia.

    President Hillary Clinton masquerading as the American Secretary of State said that a conviction of a known criminal would have a negative impact on Russia’s reputation.

    President Hillary Clinton has thrown her support behind the Patriot Act, the intrusive and illegal TSA ‘pat downs’ for sexual deviants, the limitless detention of terror suspects, increased surveillance of US citizens, and the de facto repeal of habeas corpus.

    President Hillary Clinton has no credibility on Civil Liberties, but only Evil Liberties she and the rest of the Dictators of America and the Nazis of Europe are experts.

    Imagine what it would be like to live in a country where the rich had to play by the same rules as everyone else?

    For that people would have to move to Russia, because there is very little fairness and justice in America today.

    The Imperialist Anglo-Americans know that if people knew of their methods by reading this comment, then they would have to improve their economies which will push the price of oil up and make Russia wealthier.

    The West keeps talking of how performing Justice on a lowlife criminal will affect Business Investment for Russia.

    All you need to know with regards to Business is someone can make a profit in any country, then they will be there.

    Khodorkovsky was convicted because he is a criminal, and because the Russian Justice System is not corrupt like the one in America.

    Khodorkovsky’s conviction and imprisonment is a victory for the people who want to see the law applied fairly regardless of how rich someone is.

    Although there are some rich people who are honest and decent, the Western Imperialists do this because they are desperate not to have people think that anyone as rich as them could ever be lowlife scum.

    The Imperialists do not care if they continue lying, because they know from Hitler that a lie repeated often enough Will Be Believed, as long as it is repeated often enough, and over a sufficiently long period of time.

    We all know that Mikhail Gorbachev visited America, but would be extremely surprised if he was performing acts of Paedophilia to become America’s Puppet.

    I know that if I ever wanted to trust anyone to do what I wanted them to, then I would want them filmed doing Paedophilia to be sure that they would be my puppet.

    Immoral Adult sex acts while they may or may not have the person leave office like President Bill Clinton, and perhaps President Hillary Clinton ‘forgave’ him, because it could be that she was there when Bill Clinton was filmed in acts of Paedophilia in order to receive the Coronations’ Dirty Campaign Money.

    Paedophilia will make that person FEAR to ever even think of disobedience to the one he has been puppetized to.

    As we have seen films these days cannot be used as evidence, so the verbal testimony of individual who confess in a Truth and Reconciliation Process to receive a reduced sentence.

    America is a country where most of their Media and Politicians are Corrupt Puppets of the Corporations; most of the people are completely Gullible, and such a situation allows them to be easily deceived and exploited.

    American Mafia Tentacles reach a long way, and who knows just how far they reached during the mismanagement of the Yeltsin Era.

    We do not know just how many Anglo-American sleepers there are in Russia that were corrupted with money by the American Fascist Corporations.

    What we do know is that they have and will go to great lengths to conceal their schemes and their crimes.

    Many people think a Committee should be set up to examine how best to manage the situation for Maximum Security Prisoners.

    For the safety of those who confess or might remotely confess there should also be a special jail like Spandau Prison that is only for those who have confessed to being puppetized by Anglo-America.

    This would keep them safe from the general prison population, but especially the Long Corrupt Tentacles of Anglo-America.

    I believe that the American Politicians should pass a law to make themselves immune against all blackmail techniques by the Fascist American Corporations, because the Corporations have the dirt on most if not all the American Puppet Politicians.

    I know that this is an injustice to let American Paedophile Politicians go free, but I genuinely believe that a greater injustice would result to the American Community if the Corrupt, Bribed, and Blackmailed Puppet American Politicians are not given this immunity.

    There does not need to be a law to grant this immunity, because it is unlikely that the American Politicians would be allowed to even contemplate such a Law for the people of the American people.

    They are understandably very reluctant, or more correctly, they are totally against even admitting that there is even the slightest amount of dirt.

    However, a Community Law can be agreed on by all of the American People that if anyone pursues the law against these Bribed and Corrupt Paedophile Politicians, then they will have to answer to the American Vigilantes.

    It is better to have this situation where the American Politicians will not go to jail for Paedophilia on young drugged sleeping Children, and this will ensure that Democracy is restored to America.

    We, the people of Democracyland, whose national borders are defined by the United Nations Charter and International Law are committed to the Highest form of Democracy known to Mankind.

    Democracyland will be a true Democracy, it will have 100% Public Funding for Elections; it will have no military alliances; it will be 100% against racism; it will have no genetically modified crops; it will plant many trees; and it will have 100% recycling.

  • 26. ThierryEnnui  |  January 2nd, 2011 at 10:30 pm

    Yeah it’s just another case of the staggering sense of self-importance that we Brits generally have re: this creaking old country.

    Also not to be overlooked is the way that the Murdoch Empire has once again taken its UK audience for a ride. The Times undermine the British bid, while every other outlet lets their reading public think it’s in the bag. They’ve also helped ruin every English tournament bid for about 15 years.

    Step 1: pump satellite money (billions) into the league, creating a “national league” of international stars.
    Step 2: repeatedly emphasise Fox-style how the English league is “the best in the world” despite obvious comparative deficiencies.
    Step 3a: consequently create a fanfare around England’s chances with same media outlets.
    Step 3b: simultaneously undermine the England bid by relentlessly hounding the players on the pitch and off (sex scandals etc).
    Step 4: watch the national team realise their true potential – as average squad players – as they stagger out of the tournament with a demoralised whimper.
    Step 5: imply that the squad are “over-paid” by the very money that you “improved” their league with.

    It all sells papers…

  • 27. multikebab  |  January 10th, 2011 at 3:21 pm

    Yeah, and the Russian team will go out of the competition after the first round. Eliminated probably by a tiny nation like Slovenia who denied them qualification for South Africa. Or maybe it will be Luxembourg this time. HEHE 🙂

  • 28. multikebab  |  January 10th, 2011 at 3:28 pm

    Don’t want to forget to say how the English are destroying their football by themselves. Their national team is without a good result for 15 years at least and their domestic teams don’t know how to win without at least 5 Africans or South Americans on their team.

  • 29. Mike Z  |  January 17th, 2011 at 4:20 am

    @onlyb4cl harsh but probably true.

  • 30. Ramzi Nohra  |  January 21st, 2011 at 7:31 am

    no. 25 is probably the best comment I have ever seen on a blog.

  • 31. Dark Markets  |  January 27th, 2011 at 3:42 pm

    You’d think he might have some awareness of this, given he couldn’t win an election against Gordon Brown, one of the most unpopular British Prime Ministers in recent times, in the middle of the worst recession in a generation, with almost the entire print media on his side.”
    Damn, you guys at Exiled have a way with words! (& some damn great insights ,too…)

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