Szilard Nemeth is white but not Christian or European

“A white Christian country that represents European values ​​has become a world champion” Books of in Facebook Politician famous for tripe recipes. So Szilard Nemeth did not support the Argentines because he loved the team, he loved their style and tactics. Not even because Lionel Messi, perhaps the most brilliant footballer in football history, plays for them. Having managed to crown his extravagant career with the current world championship title, he was also named the most valuable player of the tournament.

Szilárd Németh does not like the Argentines because the others, in addition to Messi, are also excellent players. The athletes who were able to rise from the fiasco they suffered in the first match – losing to the Saudis, who were not listed anywhere – were able to advance to the final.

Szilárd Németh pushed the Argentines because he didn’t like the French. He doesn’t like them because most of them have black players on the field. that is the true of its “sporting value” It does not detract from the fact that they are all French citizens and most of them were probably born in France. By the way, they also have a real prodigy, 23-year-old Kylian Mbappe, who, if he does not suffer a serious injury, can reach a level higher than Messi during his career.

Szilárd Németh – who recently lectured his boss, Viktor Orban about not mixing football with politics, now contradicts this briefing. (In case anyone remembers: Orban spoke of the need to separate sport and politics when an international scandal arose because Dzozdsak appeared in front of the crowd wearing a great Hungarian scarf at the national team’s farewell match.)

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By the way, Orbán used to be the one who mixed football and politics. Four years ago, when the Croatian national team managed to play in the World Cup final against the French, now dismissed by Zylard Nemeth, the Prime Minister of Hungary spoke of the success of the football culture along the Danube. He said that the success of the Croats – although they were inferior to the French, but still marched to the final – was also the success of the Hungarians, because Croatian football is a bit like our puppy dog.

Szilard Nemeth did not mix football with politics, but with a dirty and unacceptable version of it. You don’t have to like the French, but anyone who turns against them because there are many colored players on their team who, although they may be white, are certainly not Christian and not European.

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