What you can’t do in Qatar for the 2022 World Cup

Jesuit Legal New World Order News Religion Sports

Read the article here.

The list of can’t dos includes:
-Sex outside of marriage
-Certain fashion
-Freedom of expression
-Expression of sexual orientation

So ask yourself, in a world of diminishing rights, do you think it is an accident they chose Qatar for the 2022 World Cup?

And for the record, the World Cup began in Qatar on November 20, 2022, 78 days after the anniversary of the nation’s establishment (September 3, 2022).
Qatar = 78
Jesuit = 78

Argentina won the World Cup in ’78, and so far has been the biggest story in Qatar.


  1. knowledgeispower on November 23, 2022 at 1:34 am

    Western gods want the whole world to follow their laws. It’s the only one nation in the world that doesn’t bow down to them and rejects their immorality. That’s why they are boycotting them, media didn’t show the opening ceremony, staged a homophobic attack day before transgender remembrance day and the world cup. That’s why there are wars and “terrorism” in middle east. They want to pervert the whole world.

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