Friday, August 4, 2017

In world soccer you will not get away not being PC

Again, PC media change the meaning of the banner and hide a real reason for disciplinary action.

AP: Polish football club Legia Warsaw is facing a disciplinary charge from UEFA after its fans displayed a vast banner commemorating Poles killed by the Nazis (Germans). 
Along with a picture of a German soldier with a gun to the head of a child, the banner said 160,000 people were killed during the uprising and ”thousands of them were children.”
UEFA, which often punishes clubs for political symbols at games, says Legia faces a disciplinary charge relating to the ”illicit banner.”