‘Newcastle United takeover – After waking up I’d rather stay with Mike Ashley than with the Saudi consortium’
I’m going to start this track by reminding anyone who doesn’t know me that I hate everything Mike Ashley is and stands for.
He has shown time and time again that he is a vile human being when it comes to money and the way he treats the citizens of Newcastle upon Tyne in particular, as well as anywhere he can put his dirty little footprints.
I think anyone who gives him a penny and helps or supports him in his quest for money, for the well-being of Newcastle United, is just as guilty as in the destruction of our club and our city.
Having said that, oddly enough, I am now convinced that the Saudi consortium trying to take control of Newcastle United is certainly not a better option than him.
I know this is already a controversial topic, but I would like to make my personal take on it known.
For some reason, I woke up the other morning at 5 a.m. and was flipping through all the garbage on Sky, Netflix, Amazon Prime, Apple TV and the like, when I stumbled upon The Dissident on Amazon.
I started watching this and it made me think, no matter what we all think of Jabba, he’s a saint compared to anyone trying to take control of Newcastle United. It’s not that I doubt in my mind that, should the opportunity arise, Mike Ashley would employ the same tactics if they were available to him without repercussion.
The power and control that these people in Saudi Arabia are trying to have over anyone and everyone is nobody’s business. They are on the same level as Kim Jong-Un, the only difference is that they have money, so are not as easily controlled as North Korea, so the governments of the world have no other choice. than dealing with them.
On a football-only decision, why wouldn’t we want them? As they will dominate world football 100%, there is no doubt that they will spend more, get smarter and end up playing Man City and PSG, as long as they are in control. Without thinking of anyone or anything as a football fan only, there would be nothing better in this city, but if we ever wanted a voice or a say in what was going on. going on, so we’re going even further than we are now with Mike Ashley. If we ever disagree or revolt against these people, they have the money and the power to do whatever they want without being accountable to anyone.
If we think Jabba is difficult to move, it will be impossible and will do a lot worse than what Ashley is currently doing.
Unfortunately, football is not the only thing that matters these days. The things they give us will mean that the things we already have will be taken away, and giving up those things would not be worth it in my opinion.
If you ask Amazon Prime to watch this documentary (The Dissident) and tell me as a human being, you can put it all aside just to win a football game.
Basically, for anyone who doesn’t know, the documentary makes the case for how the Saudi government brutally and openly killed and dismembered a Saudi national who was part of the elite in front of the whole world, for speaking out. . against them and to defend human rights in his country.
This is not an alleged incident or rumor, the case / evidence is overwhelming.
Now I hear everyone say, what does this have to do with buying our football club?
Can we all stop for a minute and think about it?
It has definitely changed my perspective, maybe because I come to this age where priorities change and I realize what is really important in my life and in the world.
Maybe because my love for Newcastle has waned because of the way Mike Ashley has treated me for 14 years, who knows?
I know that as individuals we will never change or stop what is going on, but I hope for a minute you could put yourself in other people’s shoes and think about what it must be like.
As football fans we already have a tiny taste of being repressed and controlled by the vile and that is a horrible feeling. The difference is that we can walk away from it and forget about it if we want to.
You see these people trying to buy into one of the biggest and best known brands in the world, the Premier League, and go for domination in a world where BLM, rainbow flags, freedom to shout it that you want as hard as you want, etc. etc. is at the forefront of all that matters.
If we think Jabba is a sheep in wolf disguise, Arabia is the devil in disguise.
If you are really interested, I challenge you to look at the document before you respond, then think of yourself in the grand scheme of things, is it really worth it?
I’m not saying you have to think like me, because we’re all entitled to a difference of opinion in this country right now… but that clearly puts it in perspective.