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Old 26-10-2022, 05:21 AM #1
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Default Qatar : Peter Tatchell is stopped by Police




That Police Officer is Armed,
Peter



https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/art...T-protest.html



This is Not Wise.

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He wants to be careful as he could get himself killed.

If that does unfortunately happen, blood will be on FIFA's hands, and more importantly Sepp Blatter's.
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[Tatchell staged a one-man protest in Qatar's
capital of Doha on Tuesday
He held a placard in support of LGBT Qataris
ahead of the 2022 World Cup
Homosexuality is illegal in Qatar,
and its human rights record has been criticised
Tatchell claims he was arrested and released,
but Qatari officials deny this]



They need to send him home on a Return plane
then Ban his entry again

Easy to Solve this mess

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He wants to be careful as he could get himself killed.

If that does unfortunately happen, blood will be on FIFA's hands, and more importantly Sepp Blatter's.

No need for that


But if you go to a nation
Respect their Laws



So Send him home to the UK,
Ban him

Easy to do.
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That Officer
has a Gun
do what he tell's you
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it's their country, they can do what they want. However, fifa went for the corrupt cash injection and here we are. It should never have been allowed to stand in the first place and all the footballers that bend the knee and wear fancy badges could have acted at the time, and didnt
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No need for that


But if you go to a nation
Respect their Laws



So Send him home to the UK,
Ban him

Easy to do.
I agree with respecting a country's laws.

Hence why I don't blame Qatar for the crazy **** that's gonna go down at the World Cup, I blame Sepp Blatter first and foremost, and FIFA for also authorizing it to go ahead knowing Qatar's atrocious Human rights laws, hostile weather conditions and alien lifestyle to 95% of the world's population.

Admittedly I have exaggerated towards the end, but my point still stands, Sepp Blatter and FIFA in general should be held accountable for anything bad that goes down at that World Cup.
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That Deal is done

If people hate FIFA
nothing new, they do not care.

Peter has made his photo protest stunt
he can return home.
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Good news

Peter is now Live in Australia.

Live on GBnewsHD

Well away from that Strict Nation.
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If the barbarians want to be barbarians then let them get on with it. We should boycott the thing though.
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If the barbarians want to be barbarians then let them get on with it. We should boycott the thing though.

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but that just him being Political.



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LGBT football fans who attend the World Cup in Qatar should show "a little bit of flex and compromise", Foreign Secretary James Cleverly has said.

Speaking to LBC on Wednesday, he told fans travelling from England and Wales to be "respectful of the host nation", where same-sex activity is illegal.

Within hours, the Prime Minister's official spokesman said LGBT fans should not be expected to "compromise who they are" if they visit Qatar for the World Cup.

Labour called Mr Cleverly's remarks "shockingly tone-deaf".

In a separate interview with Sky News, the foreign secretary reiterated his message when asked how the government was pushing for LGBT equality in Qatar.

He said: "These are Muslim countries, they have very different cultural starting point for us. I think it's important when you're a visitor to a country that you respect the culture of your host nation."

https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-63401193
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LGBT football fans who attend the World Cup in Qatar should show "a little bit of flex and compromise", Foreign Secretary James Cleverly has said.

Speaking to LBC on Wednesday, he told fans travelling from England and Wales to be "respectful of the host nation", where same-sex activity is illegal.

Within hours, the Prime Minister's official spokesman said LGBT fans should not be expected to "compromise who they are" if they visit Qatar for the World Cup.

Labour called Mr Cleverly's remarks "shockingly tone-deaf".

In a separate interview with Sky News, the foreign secretary reiterated his message when asked how the government was pushing for LGBT equality in Qatar.

He said: "These are Muslim countries, they have very different cultural starting point for us. I think it's important when you're a visitor to a country that you respect the culture of your host nation."

https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-63401193
Sadly he has a point.

I've never agreed with forcing another country to change their laws to suit certain countries, even if I personally disagree with Qatar on this particular law really strongly.

He is also probably trying to come up with a solution that causes less friction, it's why personally FIFA should be having a basic Human rights standards if you want to host the World Cup, Qatar clearly doesn't meet the standard as their culture is very different to a lot of countries.
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