The biggest scandal in the history of football: FIFA Argentina Rise of the 2018 World Cup before the end of qualifying !!!!

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The biggest scandal in the history of football: FIFA Argentina Rise of the 2018 World Cup before the end of qualifying !!!!

At first, I would like to offer my condolences to you (the death of football) not because of this subject, but you have heard of the recent and loud scandals

The Netherlands and its players will continue to be victims of these conspiracies and scandals because it is a small country with no political influence in the world.

You know what happened to Schneider !!

Our next topic talks about the biggest scandal in the history of football and not just the World Cup

A superpower has been awarded a World Cup (gift) to one of the states, to pacify the people of this country who revolted against dictatorship in his country

He is a football lover, and (as it is) the United States decided (to present a gift to this people) and this gift (((World Cup))) !!!

In order to calm this people, and reduce the revolt against (the dictator who came to power a military coup organized by the US intelligence)

At first, I would like to offer my condolences to you (the death of football) not because of this subject, but you have heard of the recent and loud scandals

The Netherlands and its players will continue to be victims of these conspiracies and scandals because it is a small country with no political influence in the world.

You know what happened to Schneider !!

Our next topic talks about the biggest scandal in the history of football and not just the World Cup

A superpower has been awarded a World Cup (gift) to one of the states, to pacify the people of this country who revolted against dictatorship in his country

He is a football lover, and (as it is) the United States decided (to present a gift to this people) and this gift (((World Cup))) !!!

In order to calm this people, and reduce the revolt against (the dictator who came to power a military coup organized by the US intelligence)

Henry Kissinger, the leader of American Jewry (and its current real president) is the one who chose Argentina's victory

World Cup 1978 (I'm not kidding) The following US documents issued by the US National Security Council for Argentina confirm this

definitely .

(Did you know the reasons for the sudden absence of Cruyff from that World Cup with his colleague Van Hangeem?)!

(Did you know why the German trio Beckenbauer - Muller - Breitner did not know about that World Cup?)!

Now, I will publish it without translation. You are educated, I am urgent now, it is clear and I do not need translation.

Note: Secret documents in America and Britain remain secret until 25 years have passed since they were published in the media, as we know

    This World Cup has been going on for 32 years, and therefore the documents relating to America's intervention in this World Cup have been published.

All Documents:

First document:

Document Friday: The 1978 World Cup in Argentina, Part I

November 20, 2009
tags: Documents, Document Friday, Kissinger, Argentina, Chile, Operation Condor, Southern Cone
by Nate Jones
Today, the 1978 World Cup hosted by Argentina is widely remembered for the victorious Argentine team's "accused stalling tactics" and the refusal of the defeated Dutch players to honor their hosts at the post-championship ceremony. Today's "hot doc" shows that the World Cup also contributed to a "less repressive atmosphere" in Jorge Rafael Videla's Argentina with fewer events, disappearances, and killings.
This 21 June 1978 cable from the US embassy in Buenos Aires to Secretary of State Cyrus Vance cites the World Cup as the reason for fewer government arrests, an increase in the number of prisoners released, as well as those "authorized to leave the country [ read: reported] "This, the embassy reports, is because" Police and military forces in Argentina have been under strict orders to avoid reactions or accidents which would have given foreign visitors and press fuel for criticizing the country's security practices. "

The Videla junta received far less international attention than the Pinochet era in neighboring Chile, but its human rights abuses were of a much greater magnitude. According to an Argentine Military Intelligence estimate, 22,000 people were killed during Argentina's "National Reorganization Process" between 1975 and 1978. During this period, Argentina also participated in Operation Condor, a clandestine cooperative between the Southern Cone intelligence agencies to assassinate South American leftists in an attempt to eradicate communist influence in the region.

Gol de Kempes. Final World Cup 1978. Argentina vs. Holanda. Buenos Aires. From Wikimedia Commons.

As this "hot doc" alludes, the embassy viewed the Videla junta's arrests, deaths, and disappearances-which the previous administration was tacitly supported-with revulsion, even compiling a 10,000-name list of the abducted and disappeared. Today's "hot doc" is also important as it portrays another instance of a government willing to support the killing of civilians in the name of defeating terrorism.

It also shows that while the decline in political persecution during the World Cup was minimal, enhanced international media coverage during international competitions could temporarily bring attention to human rights abuses by the hosting authoritarian regimes.

Tune in next week to see which team Henry Kissinger picked to win the 1978 World Cup. (I'm not joking !!)

the source :

http://nsarchive.wordpress.com/2009/11/20/1978-world-cup-in-argentina-1/

Important Note: Read what the last line in the document means !!!!

Translate this line:

(Next week "the following document" You will see who is the team chosen by Henry Kissinger to be the 1978 World Cup champion) !!!!!!

Second document:

Document Friday: The 1978 World Cup in Argentina, Part II

December 4, 2009
tags: FOIA, human rights, Documents, foreign policy, Document Friday, Kissinger, Argentina Southern Cone
by Nate Jones

US News and World Report Collection, Library of Congress

In honor of the qualifying teams of 2010 World Cup (give France a hand for eking in), this week's "hot doc" is part two of our analysis of the 1978 World Cup. Last time we looked at the "less repressive atmosphere" the tournament brought to Argentina during its Dirty War. This week, we'll look at a document which records Secretary of State Henry Kissing

Henry Kissinger, the leader of American Jewry (and its current real president) is the one who chose Argentina's victory

World Cup 1978 (I'm not kidding) The following US documents issued by the US National Security Council for Argentina confirm this

definitely .

(Did you know the reasons for the sudden absence of Cruyff from that World Cup with his colleague Van Hangeem?)!

(Did you know why the German trio Beckenbauer - Muller - Breitner did not know about that World Cup?)!

Now, I will publish it without translation. You are educated, I am urgent now, it is clear and I do not need translation.

Note: Secret documents in America and Britain remain secret until 25 years have passed since they were published in the media, as we know

    This World Cup has been going on for 32 years, and therefore the documents relating to America's intervention in this World Cup have been published.

All Documents:

First document:

Document Friday: The 1978 World Cup in Argentina, Part I

November 20, 2009
tags: Documents, Document Friday, Kissinger, Argentina, Chile, Operation Condor, Southern Cone
by Nate Jones
Today, the 1978 World Cup hosted by Argentina is widely remembered for the victorious Argentine team's "accused stalling tactics" and the refusal of the defeated Dutch players to honor their hosts at the post-championship ceremony. Today's "hot doc" shows that the World Cup also contributed to a "less repressive atmosphere" in Jorge Rafael Videla's Argentina with fewer events, disappearances, and killings.
This 21 June 1978 cable from the US embassy in Buenos Aires to Secretary of State Cyrus Vance cites the World Cup as the reason for fewer government arrests, an increase in the number of prisoners released, as well as those "authorized to leave the country [ read: reported] "This, the embassy reports, is because" Police and military forces in Argentina have been under strict orders to avoid reactions or accidents which would have given foreign visitors and press fuel for criticizing the country's security practices. "

The Videla junta received far less international attention than the Pinochet era in neighboring Chile, but its human rights abuses were of a much greater magnitude. According to an Argentine Military Intelligence estimate, 22,000 people were killed during Argentina's "National Reorganization Process" between 1975 and 1978. During this period, Argentina also participated in Operation Condor, a clandestine cooperative between the Southern Cone intelligence agencies to assassinate South American leftists in an attempt to eradicate communist influence in the region.

Gol de Kempes. Final World Cup 1978. Argentina vs. Holanda. Buenos Aires. From Wikimedia Commons.

As this "hot doc" alludes, the embassy viewed the Videla junta's arrests, deaths, and disappearances-which the previous administration was tacitly supported-with revulsion, even compiling a 10,000-name list of the abducted and disappeared. Today's "hot doc" is also important as it portrays another instance of a government willing to support the killing of civilians in the name of defeating terrorism.

It also shows that while the decline in political persecution during the World Cup was minimal, enhanced international media coverage during international competitions could temporarily bring attention to human rights abuses by the hosting authoritarian regimes.

Tune in next week to see which team Henry Kissinger picked to win the 1978 World Cup. (I'm not joking !!)

the source :

http://nsarchive.wordpress.com/2009/11/20/1978-world-cup-in-argentina-1/

Important Note: Read what the last line in the document means !!!!

Translate this line:

(Next week "the following document" You will see who is the team chosen by Henry Kissinger to be the 1978 World Cup champion) !!!!!!

Second document:

Document Friday: The 1978 World Cup in Argentina, Part II

December 4, 2009
tags: FOIA, human rights, Documents, foreign policy, Document Friday, Kissinger, Argentina Southern Cone
by Nate Jones

US News and World Report Collection, Library of Congress

In honor of the qualifying teams of 2010 World Cup (give France a hand for eking in), this week's "hot doc" is part two of our analysis of the 1978 World Cup. Last time we looked at the "less repressive atmosphere" the tournament brought to Argentina during its Dirty War. This week, we'll look at a document which records Secretary of State Henry Kissing

At first, I would like to offer my condolences to you (the death of football) not because of this subject, but you have heard of the recent and loud scandals

The Netherlands and its players will continue to be victims of these conspiracies and scandals because it is a small country with no political influence in the world.

You know what happened to Schneider !!

Our next topic talks about the biggest scandal in the history of football and not just the World Cup

A superpower has been awarded a World Cup (gift) to one of the states, to pacify the people of this country who revolted against dictatorship in his country

He is a football lover, and (as it is) the United States decided (to present a gift to this people) and this gift (((World Cup))) !!!

In order to calm this people, and reduce the revolt against (the dictator who came to power a military coup organized by the US intelligence)

Henry Kissinger, the leader of American Jewry (and its current real president) is the one who chose Argentina's victory

World Cup 1978 (I'm not kidding) The following US documents issued by the US National Security Council for Argentina confirm this

definitely .

(Did you know the reasons for the sudden absence of Cruyff from that World Cup with his colleague Van Hangeem?)!

(Did you know why the German trio Beckenbauer - Muller - Breitner did not know about that World Cup?)!

Now, I will publish it without translation. You are educated, I am urgent now, it is clear and I do not need translation.

Note: Secret documents in America and Britain remain secret until 25 years have passed since they were published in the media, as we know

    This World Cup has been going on for 32 years, and therefore the documents relating to America's intervention in this World Cup have been published.

All Documents:

First document:

Document Friday: The 1978 World Cup in Argentina, Part I

November 20, 2009
tags: Documents, Document Friday, Kissinger, Argentina, Chile, Operation Condor, Southern Cone
by Nate Jones
Today, the 1978 World Cup hosted by Argentina is widely remembered for the victorious Argentine team's "accused stalling tactics" and the refusal of the defeated Dutch players to honor their hosts at the post-championship ceremony. Today's "hot doc" shows that the World Cup also contributed to a "less repressive atmosphere" in Jorge Rafael Videla's Argentina with fewer events, disappearances, and killings.
This 21 June 1978 cable from the US embassy in Buenos Aires to Secretary of State Cyrus Vance cites the World Cup as the reason for fewer government arrests, an increase in the number of prisoners released, as well as those "authorized to leave the country [ read: reported] "This, the embassy reports, is because" Police and military forces in Argentina have been under strict orders to avoid reactions or accidents which would have given foreign visitors and press fuel for criticizing the country's security practices. "

The Videla junta received far less international attention than the Pinochet era in neighboring Chile, but its human rights abuses were of a much greater magnitude. According to an Argentine Military Intelligence estimate, 22,000 people were killed during Argentina's "National Reorganization Process" between 1975 and 1978. During this period, Argentina also participated in Operation Condor, a clandestine cooperative between the Southern Cone intelligence agencies to assassinate South American leftists in an attempt to eradicate communist influence in the region.


Gol de Kempes. Final World Cup 1978. Argentina vs. Holanda. Buenos Aires. From Wikimedia Commons.

As this "hot doc" alludes, the embassy viewed the Videla junta's arrests, deaths, and disappearances-which the previous administration was tacitly supported-with revulsion, even compiling a 10,000-name list of the abducted and disappeared. Today's "hot doc" is also important as it portrays another instance of a government willing to support the killing of civilians in the name of defeating terrorism.

It also shows that while the decline in political persecution during the World Cup was minimal, enhanced international media coverage during international competitions could temporarily bring attention to human rights abuses by the hosting authoritarian regimes.

Tune in next week to see which team Henry Kissinger picked to win the 1978 World Cup. (I'm not joking !!)

the source :

http://nsarchive.wordpress.com/2009/11/20/1978-world-cup-in-argentina-1/

Important Note: Read what the last line in the document means !!!!

Translate this line:

(Next week "the following document" You will see who is the team chosen by Henry Kissinger to be the 1978 World Cup champion) !!!!!!

Second document:

Document Friday: The 1978 World Cup in Argentina, Part II

December 4, 2009
tags: FOIA, human rights, Documents, foreign policy, Document Friday, Kissinger, Argentina Southern Cone
by Nate Jones

US News and World Report Collection, Library of Congress

In honor of the qualifying teams of 2010 World Cup (give France a hand for eking in), this week's "hot doc" is part two of our analysis of the 1978 World Cup. Last time we looked at the "less repressive atmosphere" the tournament brought to Argentina during its Dirty War. This week, we'll look at a document which records Secretary of State Henry Kissing

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