Infantino Takes Europe by Storm with Amazing Speech

FIFA President Gianni Infantino condemned the countries’ “hypocrisy” and “racism” in their moral criticism of the World Cup in Qatar, and insisted that Europe “need to apologize for the next 3,000 years” for past mistakes. Holding a press conference in Doha on Saturday, Infantino took aim at critics of Qatar and FIFA, defending the treatment of migrant workers and not opposing the re-election of FIFA president next March. Despite banning alcohol from the stadium at the last minute, they still have the tournament under control.” [standards],” said the Infantino. – ESPN+ streaming: LaLiga, Bundesliga, more (USA) I’m European. I apologize for the next 3,000 years before giving people moral lessons for what we Europeans have been doing around the world for 3,000 years. I think it should. How many countries in this region — billions each year — have addressed the migrant workers’ rights issue? The answer is: because none of them change the law and the profits are cut.” But we did. And FIFA has created far, far, far less than these companies in Qatar. “We also see a lot of government representatives coming here from Qatar. I don’t have to defend Qatar in any way. They can defend themselves. I’m standing up for football and injustice here.” No one will care if there is no gas. But now they all come and they all want something. Who is actually taking care of the workers? FIFA does. I play soccer, the World Cup, and Qatar.” The Infantino questioned European immigration policy and argued that the West could learn from Qatar. He said, “Where are we going with the way we work, guys? Where is the world going? Take two steps back and look at this migration issue and the situation of the hundreds of thousands of women and men who want to provide services and give their families a future back home.” Looking at it, Qatar is actually giving them this opportunity.” Hundreds of thousands of migrant workers help their families survive. And they do it legally. We close our borders in Europe and practically do not allow workers from these countries. We all know that there are a lot of illegal workers in European countries, and the living conditions are really not the best.” A very difficult journey. Only a few survive. You can, at least create a legal channel for many workers to come to Europe, reduce your income, but give them some benefit: work, give them a future, give them hope, but this moral lesson is unilateral Giving is just hypocrisy.” “Today I have very strong feelings. I feel good, today I have a disability, today I feel like a migrant worker,” Infantino said. , freckles.” Gianni Infantino was giving a speech on the eve of the World Cup. Robert Michael/Photo Alliance via Getty Images Turning to LGBTQ+ rights, Infantino reiterated the claim that Qatar’s Supreme Council welcomes everyone despite strict laws against homosexuality. In some cases, it could even be punishable by death.”I can confirm that everyone is welcome,” she said the Infantino. “If there’s a strange person here and there, that’s not the country’s opinion, and certainly not FIFA’s opinion. This is a clear FIFA requirement that everyone be welcome.” Everyone is welcome, regardless of religion, race, sexual orientation, or creed. This was our requirement, and the Qatari government is sticking to it.” Despite years of promise that fans could buy beer at the game, at the stadium two days before Sunday’s opener between Qatar and Ecuador, Infantino claimed FIFA still had “200% control” of the tournament, saying: It seemed to suggest: the biggest issue of the World Cup is to sign immediately and go to the beach until December 18th to relax.play1:49James Olley summed up FIFA President Gianni Infantino’s amazing speech. Let me first say that this is a joint decision between Qatar and FIFA. All decisions. It is discussed, debated and taken jointly. There are over 200 places where you can buy alcohol in Qatar. – World Cup Guide 2022: Star players, must More than 10 fan zones where over 100,000 people can drink at the same time. In my personal opinion, three hours can survive days when you can’t drink beer, especially in France, Spain, Portugal and Scotland, where practically the same rules apply. Beer is not permitted in the stadium. Islamic State. I don’t know why. we tried Of course, I am giving it to you. This is a belated change in policy. It’s because I tried to the end if possible. But one thing is when you have a plan and design and another is when you start putting it into place. Responding to the Infantino’s comments, Amnesty International’s Director of Economics and Social Justice, Steve Cockburn, said: “Demands for equality, dignity and compensation cannot be treated as a kind of culture war, but are universal human rights that FIFA has promised to respect in its own rules.” If there is a glimmer of hope, Infantino has announced that FIFA will create a legacy fund after the World Cup. But it can’t be just window dressing. If FIFA wants to get something back from this tournament, the organization needs to announce that it will invest a significant portion of the $6 billion it will generate from this tournament, and ensure that these funds are used to directly reward workers and their families.”
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