A month after the arrest of former FIFA vice president Eugenio Figueredo, the U.S. media is making its move against the embattled organization.
The American media campaign was launched this week, and it is aimed at targeting and delegitimizing the FIFA ethics committee.
“The American media is using a new tactic to delegitimize FIFA,” the American-based group, The American Media Fund (AMF), said in a statement released on Tuesday.
“It is the most sophisticated anti-FIFA propaganda campaign the world has ever seen.
The AMF is part of a coalition of more than two dozen media organizations in a campaign that includes the American Media Research Institute (AMRI), the Media Research Center (MRC), Media Matters for America (MMFA), Media Watchdog, and The Nation. “
This campaign is meant to damage the reputation of FIFA, tarnish the image of the organization and drive away supporters.”
The AMF is part of a coalition of more than two dozen media organizations in a campaign that includes the American Media Research Institute (AMRI), the Media Research Center (MRC), Media Matters for America (MMFA), Media Watchdog, and The Nation.
AMF’s president, David Brock, was one of the organizers of the campaign, which includes several ads targeting FIFA president Sepp Blatter.
“Today, we are launching a new wave of media attack on FIFA,” Brock said in the statement.
“Its mission is to undermine the credibility and credibility of the World Cup and its World Cup organizers.”
The ads will run on various news outlets, including Fox News, The Huffington Post, The Washington Post, and Bloomberg.
The AMFs campaign is also being led by The New York Times, which will run one of its ads, which accuses Blatter of “trying to destroy” the organization.
“There is no longer any question that the people of the United States have a right to know the facts about the corruption of FIFA,” Tom Friedman, the executive editor of The New Yorker, said in an interview with Bloomberg.
“And now we are taking a stand to make sure that that doesn’t happen.”
The new ad, which is titled “FIFA: It’s not a crime, it’s a sport,” is aimed squarely at the U,S.
election system, the New York Post reported.
The ad shows two people standing in front of a TV with a logo emblazoned with the word “fifa.”
The logo appears on the screen, and the person standing in the middle is reading a statement on a phone.
The phone calls are from people who want to voice their opinions.
“If you want to know what the truth is, you should just go and vote,” one of them says, with another saying, “I want to see how FIFA does its job.
I think it is going to be a disaster.”
“Fifa is a great organization,” the narrator says.
“But the organization is also a very dangerous organization.
It has no real power.
Its leaders are criminals.
They have committed crimes.
They are corrupt.
They should be put in jail.”
The narrator then turns to the television and says, “The people of FIFA can do something about this.
The United States can stop them.”
“The media is now targeting a whole generation of American voters,” said Mike Cernovich, a former editor at Breitbart News, which was shut down in August.
“I think it’s an unprecedented moment.
It’s really not an exaggeration to say this is a new, modern-day McCarthyism.”
Cernovitz told Fox News that the ad was “an unprecedented moment” and that it was “a very significant moment.”
“It’s really quite amazing,” he said.
“FISA is not a legal entity, it is a political entity, and so if the United Kingdom were to go ahead and go to court, they could have a major effect on FIFA.”
Cervovich said that the “Fascists” had created a “shakedown” against the organization, and that “it’s the ultimate political statement,” and that this was what they wanted.
“They have been going to great lengths to delegitimate FIFA.
They’ve been doing everything they can to delegitate FIFA, and they have succeeded,” he explained.
“So this is an attack against FIFA.”
The ad, however, was not just aimed at Blatter, but at the people who support him.
“We want to give a platform to those who are critical of Blatter and want to push back against FIFA,” Cernich said.
One of the other main points of the ad is to call out the “anti-Trump” crowd that has been pushing for the U to vote for Blatter to be reelected.
“You don’t need to vote to elect somebody,” the ad says.
The ads are being coordinated by Media Matters, which has been active in the anti-Trump campaign against Blatter in recent weeks.
“Media Matters has been working closely with The American-Media