June 19, 2006, - 12:33 pm

They Hate Us: More Soccer-licious Stupidity @ the World Cup

By Debbie Schlussel
I was ridiculed for writing that the countries who love soccer and Michael Jackson are the countries that hate America. (Add Jerry Lewis, Woody Allen, and David Hasselhoff to that list.) But I was right. And to add to it, not long after I wrote that, Mr. Jackson went to his new homes in Bahrain and Dubai, United Arab Emirates.
It’s not debatable. Soccer sucks.
And now, more evidence from that font of the inane and cornucopia of the boring, the World Cup of Soccer:
* Saudi players, presumptuous as ever, will accept being chosen “the man of the match,” only if Anheuser-Busch, the award sponsor, isn’t mentioned. The Saudi soccer federation secured that pledge from FIFA, the governing body of the Cup.
While some Saudi officials said the ban on Anheuser-Busch was linked to the Muslim ban on alcohol consumption, other press reports said it’s due to the fact that Anheuser-Busch is an AMERICAN company. As we’ve written, A-B donates money for scholarships to illegal aliens. So, the company should be exactly the type of Infidel company the Saudis love.

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As for the alcohol ban, we just love that the 15 of the 19 9/11 hijackers who were Saudis were also religous Muslims who partook in alcohol–and prostitutes–at the Pink Pony in South Florida AND in Vegas. How do you spell “hypocrisy”? H-O-U-S-E O-F S-A-U-D.
* Members of the Iranian Parliament urged President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad to launch an official government inquiry into the reasons for Iran’s “weak performance” at the World Cup. Iran lost to Mexico and Portugal.
Uh-oh. Looks like the legacy of Uday Hussein lives on in the country his pop hated. We foresee beatings and torture in the Iranian soccer players’ near future.
The Parliamentary members also demanded the firing of Iranian soccer coach Branko Ivankovic and Iranian Football Federation officials, citing “damage to the public’s feelings and sense of national pride.”
Religion of Peace, Game of Peace, Baby. Yeah.

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10 Responses

You needn’t worry any more about any Saudi National Team Player having to accept any “Man Of The Match” Award. They’ll be heading home after Ukraine and Spain wipe the floor with them in their next two matches. They suck, and they’re done!

Yiddish Steel on June 19, 2006 at 1:55 pm

Deborah, I am with you on soccer. In the United States limits the violence to the players on the playing field while peace reigns in the stands. In soccer peace reigns on the field while the fans kill each other.
Football is much more civilized then soccer.

jerry on June 19, 2006 at 3:35 pm

Debbie, while you should be ridiculed for hating soccer as it is the most incredible game ever invented, you really, really should stick to things you know. You mention two Islamic Countries as examples of countries who hate us and love soccer. Two islamic countries I might add that completely suck at all sports including soccer. You are entitled not to like the game, but like most Soccer-Idiots you lack any understanding of the game and therefor have no knowledge from which to speak. Stick to Terrorists, with them you actually have a point.
Note to YS… Soccer was called Football before Fooball was and your comment is not true, try googling Radiers fan attacks or things of that nature for proof.

Uncle Tim on June 19, 2006 at 7:46 pm

Debbie
While I disagree with your outlook on Soccer countries regarding how they feel about the US (the UK after all is the US’s right hand partner in Iraq and could very well win the World Cup this year).
I do agree with you in your comments about Saudi Arabia and the AB sponsorship. Give me a break! If the sponsorship was given to AB for the tournament SA should not be able to dictate essentially blackballing anything that says AB from the stadium whether they are playing a game or not. Another example of the Europeans being too accomodating and sensitive to Muslim “feelings”.
The Saudis must be laughing on their camels all the way to the oil well on this one. What if the Olympics were held in SA, would they dictate to the Olympic committee that all women athletes have to wear head scarves.
This is a joke and another example of the Islamic world living in the stone age.

wisemonkey on June 20, 2006 at 2:12 am

Soccer? YAWN!

Chiefscotty24 on June 20, 2006 at 8:43 am

Debbie,
I gave watching the “world cup” a try,it took no more than 15 minutes before some greasy mulleted Euro was writhing around on the ground like he was gut-shot,then comes the stretcher for a guy who was just tripped.Last night I watched my favorite sport which featured 1)A guy who broke his neck 4 months ago(Eric Cole)2)Another who broke his wrist in the first period(Kevin Adams)but came back to play.PURE STONES!Yes I am a Hockey fan,pure speed and physical play. Freakin Ronaldo or some other single named Euro chips a finger nail is enough reason for them to stay out of a game.Simply put…Soccer sucks.

Chiefscotty24 on June 20, 2006 at 1:20 pm

“Members of the Iranian Parliament urged President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad to launch an official government inquiry into the reasons for Iran’s “weak performance””.
NEWSFLASH TO BRAINDEAD MUZLUMS – They lost because they weren’t goog enough to beat Mexico and Portugal.
LMFAO!
BTW, American soccer teams who play against Mexico’s team while in Mexico are treated to chants of “OSAMA! OSAMA!” from the Mexicans in the stands.
Soccer is basically a sport from the Turd-World.

Thee_Bruno on June 20, 2006 at 1:20 pm

Hey FIFA fans, it’s called soccer, not football. This is football:
http://nfl.com

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