- Dec 8, 2020
I didn’t forget it. How would they even police this?You forget that they don't really have to prove things in the same ways over there...
As others have said, easy to accuse someone, easy to lock someone away if you get on their wrong side.I didn’t forget it. How would they even police this?
I doubt anyone has gone to jail for this in the last decade
seems like they have a bunch of laws in place to feck people over if they need to but no one actually gets in trouble for
You should do some research US have long illustrious history with Qatar. Hearing Neville's recent short analysis on the middle east and footballing tournaments it shed a very bright light on the reality of their influences in western societies.I wish the US would take a more active interest in Qatari human rights, the Freedom brigade don't like being told they can't shoot each other, imagine their response to being told casual relationships are off the table.
I suspected as much to be honest, it makes the outrage surrounding laws like this one coming to light feel a bit superficial when we all know it will lead to nothing.You should do some research US have long illustrious history with Qatar. Hearing Neville's recent short analysis on the middle east and footballing tournaments it shed a very bright light in the reality of their influences in western societies.
Much of the infrastructure of our modern economies are dependant on the middle-easts support especially when it comes to finance and business. Its very reminiscent of Kanye West's (wrongful) outburst with Jewish owned corporations. The government can put publications out and give statements about these events but don't expect anything significant when the very people they are speaking about, behind closed doors they are in strong alliances with.