Feel free to enumerate big corporations from "Spain, Italy..." able to boost with technology German war industry so it can wage war.
Swiss prosecutors have opened a criminal investigation into Sepp Blatter, the head of football's world governing body Fifa.The attorney general's office said he was being investigated "on suspicion of criminal mismanagement as well as - alternatively - on suspicion of misappropriation".Mr Blatter was being questioned, and his office was searched, it added.Fifa said it was co-operating with the investigation.
Fifa president Sepp Blatter is facing a 90-day provisional suspension.Members of Fifa's ethics committee have recommended the sanction after the Swiss attorney general opened criminal proceedings against the 79-year-old.
There are bad apples everywhere of course. What has made FIFA different is the seeming tolerance by the top executives to corruption and the incompetence of its governance.
It makes FIFA different from what? From e.g. Volkswagen? Different how?
Occasionally they get caught, but it's just the system itself blowing its own dripping nose. It never gets any better.
The "System", "Upper Interests" Worth a new thread methinks - go for it.
FIFA affects the lives of far more people than does Volkswagen by the way and those who enjoy football expect better than has been the case.
I explained what was different about FIFA, whether what happened in FIFA is widespread is pure speculation. Cynicism is all very entertaining, but without evidence not convincing.
In 2010 we had a discussion of the World Cup and then we went to a double decision. For the World Cups it was agreed that we go to Russia because it's never been in Russia, eastern Europe, and for 2022 we go back to America.
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