Football World Cup for stateless Peoples and Nations: Call for National and International Volunteers to Support the Kabyle National Team

As long as there exists occupied peoples and illegitimate states as the pseudo world says arabic supported by the United Nations, the international community is not a community of peace but a violation of the rights of the first peoples and even a crime against humanity.

The president of the Kabyle Football Federation, Mas Aksel Bellabbaci, announced on Saturday (February 17th) that a fundraising campaign has just been launched in order to bring the Kabyle national football team to London.

Kabylie is among the 16 nations qualified on September 02, 2017 at the final phase of the World Cup in football. The Cup is organized by ConIFA which brings together the representatives of the international selections of the statless nations, as well as the minority people, who are unaffiliated at FIFA.

For the expenses, everything is already covered during the whole competition, which will take place from May 31 to June 09, 2018. However, transport, work-out periods and similar costs remain the responsibility of each team.

Bring the national football team of Kabylia to the World Cup 2018 at London

My dear fellow Kabyle citizens and everyone who loves peace and justice,

Being 100% volunteers, we’re fundraising for
helping get players of the Kabyle National Football Team travel to London.

Room and board are covered by ConIFA once the team arrives (27 people including 23 players and 4 staff), all we need to do is get them there.

All we need is to get them there to compete in the final round of the World Cup organized by ConIFA in London from 31/05/2018 to 09/06/2018.

The money raised will be used to pay:
– Transportation
– The training course during a week
– Visa fees for some players

If you want to get involved and lend a hand, join us:

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With your help, we will reach all our goals.

Aksel ABellabbaci
President of the Kabyle Football Federation
To contribute to a plural and more balanced world and repair a colonial injustice use your bank card here and write 5, 10, 15 or 20 euro. Thank you

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  • This text of Antonio Gramsci is over a century old and still speaks to us. Antonio Gramsci was able to cope with Mussolinian ideas. He was a first-class ideologue.It is enough to read what Fascist Prosecutor Isgro said when he sent Gramsci to prison: “We must prevent this brain from functioning for twenty years”.
    “I hate the indifferent. I believe that living means taking sides. Those who really live cannot help being a citizen and a partisan. Indifference and apathy are parasitism, perversion, not life. That is why I hate the indifferent.

    The indifference is the deadweight of history. The indifference operates with great power on history. The indifference operates passively, but it operates. It is fate, that which cannot be counted on. It twists programs and ruins the best-conceived plans. It is the raw material that ruins intelligence. That what happens, the evil that weighs upon all, happens because the human mass abdicates to their will; allows laws to be promulgated that only the revolt could nullify, and leaves men that only a mutiny will be able to overthrow to achieve the power. The mass ignores because it is careless and then it seems like it is the product of fate that runs over everything and everyone: the one who consents as well as the one who dissents; the one who knew as well as the one who didn’t know; the active as well as the indifferent. Some whimper piously, others curse obscenely, but nobody, or very few ask themselves: If I had tried to impose my will, would this have happened?

    I also hate the indifferent because of that: because their whimpering of eternally innocent ones annoys me. I make each one liable: how they have tackled with the task that life has given and gives them every day, what have they done, and especially, what they have not done. And I feel I have the right to be inexorable and not squander my compassion, of not sharing my tears with them.

    I am a partisan, I am alive, I feel the pulse of the activity of the future city that those on my side are building is alive in their conscience. And in it, the social chain does not rest on a few; nothing of what happens in it is a matter of luck, nor the product of fate, but the intelligent work of the citizens. Nobody in it is looking from the window of the sacrifice and the drain of a few. Alive, I am a partisan. That is why I hate the ones that don’t take sides, I hate the indifferent.”

    ― Antonio Gramsci

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