Saturday, 11 February 2012

Man City Rome and Islam

Look who owns Manchester City football club. Should foreigners be allowed to own British football clubs? No. Should Arabs be allowed to own British football clubs? No. If the fans didn't support Manchester City then the Sheikh would go home. Why are the Brits putting even more money into the pockets of the Arabs? Isn't being plundered for oil enough? The Arab group that own Manchester United from UAE, are also involved in FIFA and Grand Prix racing, check out the links between UAE and Italy. As we know the LORD warned against car racing.

OwnerSheikh Mansour bin Zayed Al Nahyan
ChairmanKhaldoon Al Mubarak

This is what Wiki have to report on Al Mubarak. No coincidence then that the last part of his name is BARAK like Obama and Obama is the man in Rev 13 who promotes Islam around the world. 

"In 2007, Al Mubarak was made Commander of the Star of the Order of the Italian Solidarity for his contributions to economic relationships between Italy and the United Arab Emirites. Al Mubarak is a trusted aide of the Crown Prince Mohammed bin Zayed Al Nahyan.  As part of the takeover of Manchester City F.C. by the Abu Dhabi United Group, on September 21, 2008 it was reported Al Mubarak would replace Thaksin Shinawatra as chairman. It was also reported that the takeover would be fully completed on September 24, 2008. As chairman of the Abu Dhabi Motor Sport Management Company,[27] Al Mubarak was also a key figure in negotiating for the Grand Prix. He was also influential in getting the FIFA Club World Cup to be held in Abu Dhabi. Al Mubarak is also a member of the Board of Trustees for New York University, and is overseeing the development of a campus in Abu Dhabi." [1]

We warned you about the compromises being made between Rome and Islam, and the LORD said 'NO COMPROMISE. 'The Sheiks are leaving'. 

Man City fans, what is more important? Football or your country? You decide. 

Its no coincidence that Man City have had two Italian football managers either. 

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