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    Quote Originally Posted by Semitic Duwa View Post
    The point is that we're getting stuff like that:



    (@8:25 the guy in the car says "France belongs to Algerians")

    ^^ This is nothing, there are pretty gruesome videos out there (such as supporters beating up cops, rioting and burning all the cars they can get their hands on).
    If these idiots were in charge right now (and you can take my word for it, they will be in charge sooner or later) we would've witnessed the first war in the name of football (remember how the Algerian team was attacked in Egypt? The Algerian answer was pretty grotesque, they even assaulted Egyptian nationals residing in Algeria at some point)... All this while we have to listen to that multicultural crap claiming that these throwbacks are "Chances for France" (I kid you not, this is how journalists call them), that they're gonna heal our economy, that they suffer from "racism" & whatnot.
    Football is the best thing after Ramadan if you wanna understand what's going on in this country... The future ain't all that bright for the frogs I'm afraid, and the funniest part is that they try to attain "reconciliation" with them... How? By betting on the only thing that unites them: Their hatred of Jews & Israel.

    Each morning, I thank the Gods for being born Jewish and not having a single drop of french blood flowing through my veins... It will make things easier for me when I leave this hellhole, Dante once wrote that "Hell is a place where there is no reason", well, France fits the bill perfectly.
    Looks for me like the usual behavior of idiotic football hooligans anywhere in the world but your racist mind interpreted it into something particularly exclusive to Algerians, now a simple google search turned out a nice set of videos of what you presume a place free of such chaos:

    http://www.liveleak.com/view?i=1c7_1354503982

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=P7OiXE1HvIA

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=A82sLiLH5wQ

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Q-57Szmcv80

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2muAp8Wo02Q

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NCMQeA_ysWo

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Xy8zU...6A02EB&index=5

    That is club level, I believe if the Israeli national club ever qualifies to WC and wins a match after -unlikely scenario- then Pallas Athena himself would emerge in the land of zion and the world will witness the birth of civilization part 2.

    /sarcasm

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fadi View Post
    Looks for me like the usual behavior of idiotic football hooligans anywhere in the world but your racist mind interpreted it into something particularly exclusive to Algerians, now a simple google search turned out a nice set of videos of what you presume a place free of such chaos:

    http://www.liveleak.com/view?i=1c7_1354503982

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=P7OiXE1HvIA

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=A82sLiLH5wQ

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Q-57Szmcv80

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2muAp8Wo02Q

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NCMQeA_ysWo

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Xy8zU...6A02EB&index=5

    That is club level, I believe if the Israeli national club ever qualifies to WC and wins a match after -unlikely scenario- then Pallas Athena himself would emerge in the land of zion and the world will witness the birth of civilization part 2.

    /sarcasm
    You do realise that this isn't about mere hooliganism, right?
    This is about 2nd & 3rd generation immigrants supporting a foreign country, a country which gave us Mohammed Merra7 & Mehdi Nemmouche, a country which is responsible for a wave of terror attacks in the 90s, a country whose former president (Boumboum: Houari Boumediene) openly stated that the wombs of their women would give them victory, a country which enacted massive ethnic cleansing policies (so well that there are no Jews left in Algeria, and that Christians face persecution on a daily basis), a country where synagogues have been converted into mosques.

    Ethnic & religious censuses are forbidden in France, so we're completely in the dark when it comes to assessing the demographic time bomb's time span... Which is why soccer games & ramadan are highly informative if we are to assess this country's demographic situation, these events can be used to gauge the amount of trouble we find ourselves in, much like thermometers if you will.

    So nothing warrants a comparison with Beitar, or other football clubs for that matter: This is a completely different matter altogether, one that is closely tied to the country's demographic future (nightmare is the appropriate wording in this case).

    Beyond that, I don't really care about football... I used to be a fan when I was a kid, around 8~9 years old but I quickly lost interest.
    My grandfather used to say that football is "dozens of grown ups running after a ball", needless to say I agree.
    I found all modern-day sports relatively boring & dull, there is no true challenge and virtually no danger... It comes nowhere close to the Romans' gladiator fights, Mesoamerican tlachtli-ollamaliztli (a ball game, btw) or the Minoan bull-leaping constests.
    Who knows, perhaps I really was born in the wrong place at the wrong time...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Semitic Duwa View Post
    You do realise that this isn't about mere hooliganism, right?
    This is about 2nd & 3rd generation immigrants supporting a foreign country, a country which gave us Mohammed Merra7 & Mehdi Nemmouche, a country which is responsible for a wave of terror attacks in the 90s, a country whose former president (Boumboum: Houari Boumediene) openly stated that the wombs of their women would give them victory, a country which enacted massive ethnic cleansing policies (so well that there are no Jews left in Algeria, and that Christians face persecution on a daily basis), a country where synagogues have been converted into mosques.

    Ethnic & religious censuses are forbidden in France, so we're completely in the dark when it comes to assessing the demographic time bomb's time span... Which is why soccer games & ramadan are highly informative if we are to assess this country's demographic situation, these events can be used to gauge the amount of trouble we find ourselves in, much like thermometers if you will.

    So nothing warrants a comparison with Beitar, or other football clubs for that matter: This is a completely different matter altogether, one that is closely tied to the country's demographic future (nightmare is the appropriate wording in this case).

    Beyond that, I don't really care about football... I used to be a fan when I was a kid, around 8~9 years old but I quickly lost interest.
    My grandfather used to say that football is "dozens of grown ups running after a ball", needless to say I agree.
    I found all modern-day sports relatively boring & dull, there is no true challenge and virtually no danger... It comes nowhere close to the Romans' gladiator fights, Mesoamerican tlachtli-ollamaliztli (a ball game, btw) or the Minoan bull-leaping constests.
    Who knows, perhaps I really was born in the wrong place at the wrong time...
    You don't have the right to deny them to support their original homeland team for whatever silly reason you discover -we are talking football teams here- and speaking of which you don't have that much loyalty to your own country France to have the right to criticize others and the nation you are loyal to: "Israel" has a notorious record in Human Rights organizations anyway, Do France a favor and relocate to Shalits Republic.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fadi View Post
    You don't have the right to deny them to support their original homeland team for whatever silly reason you discover -we are talking football teams here- and speaking of which you don't have that much loyalty to your own country France to have the right to criticize others and the nation you are loyal to: "Israel" has a notorious record in Human Rights organizations anyway, Do France a favor and relocate to Shalits Republic.
    Supporting your original homeland is one thing, burning your host country's flag and rampaging through the streets while shouting "ousama bin laden allahu akbar" is a completely different thing.
    This isn't football anymore, this is open defiance.

    Loyalty towards France? Bah, my own grandfather served in the French army so you can hold your breath on that one.
    The fact remains that I feel no affinity to a country which sucks up to arab propaganda, demonizes Jewish victims of arab terror as "settlers" before telling us that there is no antisemitism in France. I'll regain a sense of loyalty when I'll be able to walk freely in the street wearing a yarmulke without being targeted by groups of young arabs running after me with axes and clubs (this happened a few weeks ago in Paris).

    As far as the human rights record is of concern, I see no good reason to produce some sort of delusional diatribe against Israel when France organised a genocide which cost the lives of a million innocents in Rwanda just 20 years ago.

    But you are right on one thing: I'll do France a favour by relocating to Israel soon enough.

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    screw you Northern Hemisphere!!!
    Ive been following world cup/watching since 1982 and always we in the south have to awaken 2,3,4 or 6am to watch a match!
    now tomorrow morning ARGENTINA play netherlands at 6am here.
    WTF! ive got work!

    screw you FIFA

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    Am I the only one who isn't having an orgasm because Brazil and Germany are playing today?

    I get it, it's a good match, two great rivals are going to destroy each other. But still, I'm not that excited. I'll probably watch 20-30 minutes and that's it. If you really look at it, it's just people kicking a plastic ball for 90 minutes. There are some great moves here and there and some people with magnificent skills, but still.
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    You are. Although, Germany may have to share the win with Colombia if they make it.
    OneIsManyIsOne

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    Quote Originally Posted by Knights Hospitaller View Post
    Am I the only one who isn't having an orgasm because Brazil and Germany are playing today?

    I get it, it's a good match, two great rivals are going to destroy each other. But still, I'm not that excited. I'll probably watch 20-30 minutes and that's it. If you really look at it, it's just people kicking a plastic ball for 90 minutes. There are some great moves here and there and some people with magnificent skills, but still.
    I think I need to give my post a little tweaking

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