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Zionist FIFA Hates Me Because I’m Black: Trinidad’s Side-lined Jack Warner Plays Race Card

by | 20th, October 2011

FORMER FIFA Vice-President Jack Warner says football’s world governing body is racist, zionist and discriminates against non-whites .

Warner, still Trinidad and Tobago’s Minister of Works, says so in a letter to the Trinidad Guardian newspaper. It gives no detail to support the allegations, claiming he will reveal all after sacked FIFA Vice-President Mohamed Bin Hammam’s case at the Court of Arbitration for Sport.

Warner was due to appear in the same FIFA Ethics Committee inquiry which booted out Bin Hammam but quit before the hearing and did not appear.

I will talk about the racism that is within FIFA,” Warner said, “I will talk about the zionism, which probably is the most important reason why this acrid attack on Bin Hammam and me was mounted. There is much to talk about that will make sponsors cringe with painful surprise.”

He claims there is a FIFA conspiracy to keep power in the hands of the favoured few and asks:

“Is it that people of colour cannot administer football? Or is it that only Europeans possess the skill to do so?”

Bin Hammam was FIFA Vice-President and President of the Asian Football Confederation President, is challenging his expulsion by FIFA for bribing Caribbean Football Union delegates before the June 2011 FIFA Presidential elections.

FIFA claimed overwhelming evidence suggested Warner backed and aided Bin Hammam and a video showed the Trinidadian advising delegates regarding the Qatari’s financial “gift”.

Warner was then President of CONCACAF, the North American region governing body, and the CFU but walked the plank before his FIFA hearing.

The Herald Tribune says Warner threatened a tsunami of allegations of his own aimed at FIFA President Sepp Blatter and CONCACAF Vice-President Chuck Blazer who blew the whistle on the bribery allegations.

Warner said in the letter: I will also tell you about the attempts I have made over the years, in my capacity as deputy chairman of FIFA finance committee, to find out the salary of Sepp Blatter.

‘In spite of serving on the finance committee for over eight years, I have not been able,

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