There is zero percent excitement about the World Cup in Africa. It is no surprise why. After many years of taking part in this so-called tournament, African players and fans alike are realizing it is no tournament, but a European festival. The European festival better known as the World Cup is anti-Africa and totally rigged against Africa.
In this age of colonization masquerading as globalization, we should all be skeptical of any group that claims to be global or international: The International Criminal Court, the International Monetary Fund, the World Bank, the United Nations, and the Fédération Internationale de Football Association (FIFA). When groups are so eager to tell you they are international, secular, and for everyone, that is a clear indication of the opposite: they are narrow-minded, insular, and for their kind of kindred klans. FIFA, the Fake In Football Association, collects millions of dollars from governments and audiences around the world while the whole way through rigging sports competitions.
To those who are fans of untruths, it is best to stop reading now. Because once the rigging is revealed and made clear to unknowing eyes, watching the tournament might never be the same. Taking a critical view of world sports makes you start to ask questions that eat into your enjoyment if not halt it entirely. You start to see that the sports world is not a meritocracy as you thought when you were younger: you know, when you thought that you could make it with more ball skill or when you blamed some player for why Ghana or Nigeria didn’t make it further in the tournament. No, that’s not it. Sometimes luck is one one’s side. But in the FIFA world cup, the referees, the rankings, they’re all rigged. The whole way that the game is set up to assign winners and losers. Ideals of meritocracy and hard work give way to realities of white supremacism, anti-African thought, and rigged rigamarole.
Taking a closer look at West African participation in the Fake Cup proves this point. First, the selection process is rigged against Africa. In 2018, a generous trip for European teams saw 54 countries divided into 9 groups of 6. Each group winner advanced with a 1 out of 6 chance of making it out of the group, plus 4 additional teams, making a total of 13 European teams. Including the host nation, Russia, that makes 14 European teams in a festival of 32 teams. Europe, with a population of just over 700 million, makes up nearly half of the Fake cup selection.
In contrast, the selection for African teams is deliberately less generous. West Africa alone is 362 million, more than half of Europe’s population. Would it not then make sense that West Africa would have more than half of Europe’s presence in a true World Tournament? Therefore, if Europe is allocated 13+1 teams, West Africa should have 7 teams based on population alone. This is of course not to mention that West Africa is teeming with football nations and supplies the world with the finest football talent known to man. But the selection process for the Fake Cup is not a fair coin. It is weighted on the side of the European Miracle, the mythology that professes in all its delusions that the entirety of knowledge, life, talent, thought, intellect, and yes, football skill, arises out of European academies. This the very point of the Fake Cup, to persuade everyone the world over to embrace the ideology of the (Western) European Miracle.
Second, the games and the schedule of competitions is rigged through and through. In just the past 5 FIFA cups alone, West Africa has faced Argentina 5 times. Nigeria has been paired with Argentina in three consecutive FIFA Cups: in 2018, 2014, 2010. Before that the Ivory Coast was paired with Argentina in 2006. Before that, Nigeria was paired with Argentina in 2002. Any intelligent human being with half a working brain would understand that placing Nigeria with Argentina in four of the last five Fake Football Cups is not a random selection. It tastes and stinks like European rigamarole.
Really, what happens is that FIFA game-riggers give West Africa any team where they can successfully orchestrate a loss. In 2002 Argentina beat Nigeria 1-0. The results pleases the FIFA riggers, so here we go. 2006 saw Argentina win against Ivory Coast 2-1.
In 2010, Argentina beat Nigeria 1-0, in what is now a regular meeting in the group stages between the two teams, as FIFA riggers are convinced they can use Argentina to knock out Nigeria early in the rigged festival. In 2014, again Nigeria vs. Argentina 2-3. And, again in 2018, the same old story, Argentina beat Nigeria 2-1. The machine-learning-rigging of the game has West Africa married to Argentina in the Fake Football Cup. And against Nigeria, the refs let Argentina play as dirty as they like.
In 2010, Germany defeated Ghana 1-0, so of course Germany and Ghana should meet again, following the Europeans’ favorable result. And yes, in the following Fake Cup of 2014 Germany and Ghana were once again the same group. This time Ghana drew Germany 2-2. (…so much for Germany being the best team of 2014 when they couldn’t even beat Ghana!) Anyhow, this draw was enough to discourage the FIFA riggers from placing Germany with a West African team in 2018. No matter, the same Germany that couldn’t beat Ghana in 2014 was swiftly eliminated in the group stages, despite all the cards being stacked in its favor.
Interestingly, Ivory Coast lost to Colombia 1-2 in 2014, and guess what? West Africa was placed again with Colombia in this year’s subsequent group stages of 2018—and Senegal lost to Colombia by the same margin 1-2. I wonder who will face Colombia and Argentina in 2022, if the rigatoni soup is baked just right.
Clearly, there is a pattern here—and not a particularly sophisticated one. If a team beats West Africa, FIFA riggers continue to “draw” them in the same group. If West Africa wins, they reshuffle the “draw.” The FIFA rigatoni soup is cooking. Therefore, the biggest predictor of who West African teams will face is who they lost to in previous Fake Cups.
Similarly European teams hardly face anyone who defeats them in subsequent festivals. In prior friendlies, Germany appeared to have an upper hand against Mexico, so the FIFA rigamarole crew threw the two in the same group. In turns out that Mexico outshone the reigning champions. Rest assured that Germany and Mexico will not be in the same group during the next group stages. The mighty France has not seen a powerhouse West African team in the group stages, since 2002 when Senegal beat France 1-0, with Senegal advancing in second place in the group and France finishing at the bottom of the group. The next time around in 2006 France was placed in a group with Togo, a country of 7 million to France’s 67 million.
England likewise evades West Africa in the group stages, only competing with Nigeria in 2002. In 1998, England was placed with Tunisia, Colombia, and Romania; in 2006 with Sweden, Paraguay, and Trinidad and Tobago; in 2010 with the USA, Slovenia, and Algeria; in 2014 with Costa Rica, Uruguay, and Italy; and in 2018 with Belgium, Tunisia (again), and Panama. How could this festival be a true world “tournament” when Western European teams manage, year in and year out, to evade whole regions of West African football nations?
So how does a team with as little talent as England make it into the Fake Cup semi-final? The answer is right here in plain sight: with much help from the FIFA organizers and referees. Take this statistic for starters: in the group stages and through the semi-final, 9 of England’s 12 goals were from corners, penalties, or free kicks. 9 out of 12. 75 percent! Teams can advance through a tournament without actual goals from open play. Modern football showcases the art of controlling a game using a whistle and an ear piece. Indeed, the 2018 Fake cup saw more set piece goals than any other year in the history of the festival. Referees are a key part of rigging the game. The referees have turned what should be a competition between teams into a set piece festival where rigged referees give European teams free kicks in convenient spaces right in front of the “colonized” 18-yard box, or if the European teams really need a handout, referees gift them a freeloading penalty to boot away at will.
In a battle of colonized vs. the colonizers, a battle organized by the colonizers, the odds are always stacked against the colonized. FIFA tells us all that rankings matter and proceeds to stir up the rankings with a bowl of rigatoni. Rigged to favor European teams. Therefore, it comes as no surprise after the rigged selection, the rigged group stages, and the rigged refereeing that the final six teams were European teams: France, Belgium, Sweden, England, Croatia, and Russia. Given their 13 + 1 advantage and their referee riggers who regularly hand European teams free kicks in convenient places before the goal and right outside the box, dole out yellow cards to opposing teams, and grant a penalty or two when the European teams are in dire need of a goal. Absolutely no one on the planet, football fan or not, is surprised at this result. The Fake Cup is a heaping bowl of rigatoni rigamarole. It is a festival of Europe-worship where non-European teams are invited as decoration. They are meant to make the competition appear diverse and inclusive, where really, the game is stamped from the beginning.
What’s disappointing is that FIFA game-riggers continue to pretend they actually draw groups using some unbiased measure; they always maintain that their rigged science is objective. Europeans continue to pretend they are the best at football. Everyone continues to pretend the game has not devolved to a pointless festival about paying goalkeepers to make mistakes, compensating referees to blow calls, and making as many Europeans as possible happy so they will buy game tickets and beers at the expense of real football fans, real competition, and the integrity of the beautiful game.
Of course, there is nothing about predatory capitalism or the ideology of the European Miracle that knows or respects integrity. The World Cup is centered on the European Miracle, that everything worthy comes out of Europe and the West, while the rest of the world would just do better to follow in Europe’s shadow. The assertion that the Fake in Football Association Financial Cup is rigged for the Lizard Queen’s Europe sounds less like a far-fetched scheme the more you take a look at the actual groupings and the rigamarole rankings. It is a fine festival for voyeurs, but it is no world tournament showcasing the best talent on the planet.