Who’s to Blame for FIFA Arrests? Jews, of Course

By Jonathan Greenberg, Originally published in The New York Observer

As the United States begins blessedly to clean out the dark, vile hallways of the international soccer organization, FIFA, you can bet that the pampered elites in the crosshairs of the Justice Department won’t be going quietly.

Former FIFA Vice President Jack Warner was one of the people arrested in conjunction with the investigation. He now faces extradition from his native Trinidad and Tobago to the United States. Forced to resign his FIFA position in 2011 due to an ongoing ethics probe, Warner blamed racism and religious intolerance, specifically Zionism, which he cited as “probably the most important reason why this acrid attack on Bin Hammam and me was mounted.” Bin Hammam is Mohammed Bin Hammam, another former FIFA official accused of corruption.

Zionism, so we’re all clear, is the belief that the Jewish people has a right to a country of its own and that that country belongs in the biblical Land of Israel. I know of no major Zionist thinkers—either before or after the establishment of modern Israel—who wrote on the issue of international soccer.

Warner isn’t the only person who believes in the supernatural powers of the Zionist cabal. Consider a few hilarious recent examples:

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