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World Cup: Bin Laden 1-USA 0

You can't fool me! I know an anti-American jackass when I see one. And when I looked into the impassive face of FIFA referee Koman Coulibaly after he inexplicably threw out Maurice Edu's game-winning third goal in the 85th minute of the US-Slovenia match, I immediately recognized the dumb-ass face of a **** who was doing all he could to sabotage our national team.

Not that the Slovenian team didn't pull every dirty trick in the book to beat us. They played Mafia football, with a game plan that could have been designed by Tony Soprano. No dirty trick was left unturned. Tripping, grabbing players' jerseys, getting them in bear holds from behind, you name it! Yellow cards were being passed out like party favors, including some for tackles that would normally have deserved red cards. At first, the American team was overwhelmed by all the gangsterism. It was only during half time, when US coach Bob Bradley was able to explain to them what was going on, did they wake up to the ugly scenario that was taking place and adjust their strategy accordingly. And when they did, they caught up fast and then went on to win the game.

But nobody realized how ugly the reality of the situation really was, that the full weight of international third world politics was arrayed against them on an unimaginable scale, because that's what this is.

If this Coulibaly character is able to get away with nullifying a goal that the whole world witnessed and snatching a victory away from a deserving US team, then that's what we can expect going forward from a FIFA establishment that is so corrupt that it resembles a "Da Vinci Code" conspiracy.

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