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NFL fans know everything about football, nothing about US constitution

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In an extraordinary display of stupidity, NFL fans show just how decadent and foolish they really are. Infowars reporter Jakari Jackson asks a list of meaningless questions about the NFL and the Super Bowl with almost complete accuracy from the fans answers. Jakari then asks important and pertinent questions focusing on the Bill of Rights and The US Constitution and receive nothing more than hesitant... 

US military on standby for Winter Olympics in Russia

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The USS Mount Whitney supports maritime security operations with the Georgian coast guard in the Black Sea. The US military will have warships and aircraft available for evacuating American officials and athletes from the Winter Olympics in Sochi, Russia, in case of an attack. If necessary, the evacuation of Americans from the Olympics would be coordinated by the US State Department, the Pentagon said... 

National Movement to Boycott NFL Launched

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The National Football League once again revealed itself to be little more than an establishment political tool when it declined to run a Super Bowl ad submitted by rifle manufacturer Daniel Defense. The company’s “offensive” ad depicts a former marine arriving home to greet his wife and child, accompanied by a voice over stating, “no one has the right to tell me how to defend them.” The... 

FIFA's Blatter backs EU calls on Qatar workers

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FIFA President Joseph Blatter has backed calls from the EU Parliament condemning the exploitation of migrant workers in Qatar, but he also said Europe bears responsibility for the working conditions at the 2022 World Cup sites. Blatter said on Friday that there is a need to investigate what has happened in Qatar regarding the alleged abuses of the migrant workers, who are preparing venues for the... 

World Cup 2018 to be Russia's greatest economic disaster?

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Russia will spend over 600 billion rubles on the World Cup. The funds will be allocated by the federal budget, regions and private investors. In June, the government adopted a program to prepare for the World Cup FIFA 2018, and is now discussing the allocation of resources and responsibilities between federal entities. The Director of the Department for Relations with the Regions of the organizing... 

German filmmaker imprisoned for exposing dire Qatar World Cup worker conditions

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Toiling in terrible conditions, no salaries for months, passports confiscated by employers – that’s the horrendous reality for migrant workers helping with preparations for the World Cup 2022 in Qatar, as revealed by German filmmaker, Peter Giesel. He and his cameraman were detained and imprisoned after they tried to investigate the story. The two went to Qatar following the publication of a report... 

Olympic torchbearers set off from Moscow

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Russian President Vladimir Putin has announced the start of the Russian leg of the record-breaking Olympic torch relay for the 2014 Sochi Winter Olympics. The relay kicked off at Moscow’s Red Square, where the flame arrived on Sunday. The first people to carry the torch around Kremlin were aspiring Russian ice-skaters Lina Fyodorova, 16, of Moscow and Maksim Miroshkin, 19, of Ekaterinburg. The pair... 

Brazil football referee beheaded after stabbing player to death

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Otavio Jordao da Silva A soccer referee has been beheaded then had his body dismembered by the spectators at a game following a dispute in which he fatally stabbed an amateur player for refusing to leave the field. Brazilian police spokesman Kena Souza said on Saturday that the incident took place on June 30 in the remote northern town of Pio XII. The dispute began when player Josenir dos Santos, 30,... 

US robots, Israeli drones to "secure" 2014 World Cup in Brazil

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Brazil has added 30 US military robots to the Israeli drones and ‘Robocop-style’ glasses with face recognition cameras to its arsenal after the country allocated $900 million to make 2014 World Cup “one of the most protected sports events in history.” The 30 PackBot 510 units, which usually cost between $100,000 and $200,000 apiece, will arrive in Brazil as part of the $7.2... 

Legless athlete runs faster than Arabian race horse

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South African athlete and amputee Oscar Pistorius, was faster than an Arabian horse in the competition “Run Like the Wind,” which was held in the city of Doha, Qatar. The event was dedicated to the achievements of people with disabilities, the Moskovsky Komosmolets newspaper wrote. Oscar Pistorius’s agent tweeted that the South African athlete won the race with Arabian stud named... 

World Women's chess crown goes to Ukrainian

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Ukrainian player Anna Ushenina in the final round of the World Cup 2012 Women’s Chess Championship in Khanty-Mansiysk on December 1, 2012 Ukrainian Anna Ushenina has claimed the World Women`s Chess Championships, beating Antoaneta Stefanova of Bulgaria in the four-game finals. The match concluded with the same rapid tiebreaker that decided the men’s finals earlier this year between Viswanathan... 

Police ban Moscow club's 'Nazi' emblem

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Torpedo Moscow’s classic emblem with letter ‘T’, a race car and a gear. The classic emblem of Torpedo Moscow football club, which was designed 1930, has been suddenly outlawed by the city police. ­Scarves, flags and banners with the symbol were banned from sale or to be brought into the stadium during the club’s latest home match in the Football National League. According to the... 

World Cup 2018 host cities revealed

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The Luzhniki stadium in Moscow FIFA President Sepp Blatter appeared on Russian national television to name the eleven cities where the 2018 World Cup will be played. ­There were 13 venues in the running, which were all visited by the FIFA inspectors during the two years after Russia won the World Cup bid. Russia’s Sports Minister Vitaly Mutko said earlier that the positions of Moscow, Saint... 

Why is McDonald's the Official Restaurant of the Olympics?

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McDonald’s restaurants are the very epitome of poor health, with their McNuggets most notably containing chemicals used in breast implants and silly putty, so why have the Olympic games officials adopted the restaurant chain as their official restaurant of the Olympics? Considering the Olympic games represent some of the most conditioned athletes across the globe, it seems quite bizarre that the... 

Austerity At The London Olympics: Gold Medals Contain Only 1.34% Gold

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As every Olympic athlete knows, size matters. The London 2012 medals are the largest ever in terms of both weight and diameter – almost double the medals from Beijing. However, just as equally well-known is that quality beats quantity and that is where the current global austerity, coin-clipping, devaluation-fest begins. The 2012 gold is 92.5 percent silver, 6.16 copper and… 1.34 percent gold,... 
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