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WC in Russia


Life President
Oct 12, 2014
As far as I'm aware we have no proof so far but if we decide Russia are to blame for the nerve agent attack should we consider boycotting the world cup?

One thing is obvious to me about the whole incident is that virtually none of the protocols for a chemical incident were followed.

Why it took a week to do what should have been done in the first few hours I find difficult to comprehend. Either the authorities have been shockingly negligent or they are trying to stretch it out and make it look worse than it is for political reasons.