Syrian TV station claims Barcelona’s formations are coded messages to arms smugglers
- A state-owned Syrian television channel is claiming, not for the first time, that Barcelona are assisting in the smuggling of weapons to Syrian rebels who are fighting against President Bashar Assad’s security forces by encoding smuggling routes within their formations during games.
- Al Dunya TV showed a clip from an El Clasico game between Barca and Real Madrid to illustrate their point…
- The narrator claimed that Barca’s formation was clearly depicting arms smuggling routes to Syrian rebels with the players representing the smugglers and the ball’s position representing the current location of the weapons.
- According to the narrator, when Lionel Messi passes the ball, it indicates that the weapons have successfully reached the rebels in Dir al-Zur.
“Here we see the first stage where arms are loaded from Lebanon,”How a report on Al Dunya TV began, complete with graphics showing a map of Syria and a passing move between Messi, Andres Iniesta and Pedro.
Bobby Moore Arrested in Colombia
- England was set to defend its World Cup trophy in 1970, but preparations hit a little snag when Bobby Moore got into some legal troubles in Colombia.
- Moore was alleged to have stolen some jewellery from a local shop in Bogota. He was questioned by police, and at one point he was on house arrest for a few days.
- The English defender was eventually cleared of wrongdoing and able to catch up with his teammates for the tournament.
- It is generally believed that this “arrest”, which was a setup, was an attempt to derail England’s chances for the tournament and/or blackmail Moore and raise PR for the jewellery store.
The 1966 and 1970 World Cups were fixed
- “It was planned for the host countries to win,” parped Joao Havelange in 2008.
- Who did the Brazilian think were most hard done by? Brazil, obviously. “We were the best in the world, with the same team that won the World Cup in 1962 in Chile and 1970 in Mexico”.
- Havelange’s proof? British or German referees – picked by his FIFA predecessor, the Englishman Sir Stanley Rous – who allowed roughhouse tactics to disrupt jogo bonito. And that’s it. Not quite a smoking gun, Joao.
Football club changes name to ‘Flat Earth FC’ to show support for conspiracy theory.
- A Spanish club, formerly called Jostles Balompie, has officially changed its name to Flat Earth FC.
The Canada government was so paranoid about homosexuality that it developed a “gaydar” machine.
- The truth: It really happened: In the 1960s, the government hired a university professor to develop a way to detect homosexuality in federal employees. He came up with a machine that measured pupil dilation in response to same-sex-erotic imagery; the Canadian government used it to exclude or fire more than 400 men from civil service, the military, and the Mounties. The American government is just as guilty with these 10 secret U.S. government operations, revealed.
The Dalai Lama is a CIA agent.
- The truth: Perhaps the reason the Dalai Lama is smiling in all those photos has something to do with the six-figure salary he pulled down from the U.S. government during the 1960s. According to declassified intelligence documents, he earned $180,000 in connection with the CIA’s funding of the Tibetan Resistance to the tune of $1.7 million per year. The idea was to disrupt and hamper China’s infrastructure.