Latest example of pro-Rangers anti-Celtic conspiracy rears its ugly head
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Latest example of pro-Rangers anti-Celtic conspiracy rears its ugly head

The latest example of the much-publicised pro-Rangers anti-Celtic conspiracy reared its ugly head once again this weekend as a Motherwell player was let off for a disgraceful assault.

Ex-Parkhead striker Tony Watt was somehow allowed to stay on the pitch after he viciously kneed innocent Parkhead defender Cameron Carter-Vickers in the Celtic penalty box.

The suggestion from some quarters that this is a stonewall penalty is an insult to the good people of Celtic football club and had it not been for the masons, Tony Watt would surely have walked.

Blatant anti-Celtic conspiracy spotted at Parkhead all season long

It’s not the first time this ugly underground conspiracy has reared its head this season and Celtic Park has bore witness to several examples of this underhanded refereeing.

Cameron Carter-Vickers was involved in another incident at Celtic Park where he was brutally cut across by Dundee United striker Nicky Clark, with the ex-Rangers striker conveniently failing to see red.

And then there was the vicious Ayo Obileye headbutt to the hands of Celtic goalkeeper Joe Hart in the 0-0 draw with Livingston that went unpunished.

Celtic must condemn.

Pro-Rangers anti-Celtic conspiracy continues to run rampant in Scotland

At least the referee had the courage to flash a red in the direction of Livingston defender Obileye for his horrific assault on the innocent Kyogo Furuhashi.

Kyogo has been brutally assaulted several times this season already and we stand by our leader Ange in calling out the warriors who dare position this as cheating.

He’s not diving, his dramatic collapses are merely symbolic of the unseen Masonic hand slapping down Celtic at every turn.

Oh and on Kyogo Furuhashi, good on the directorate of Celtic football club in raising a complaint against SFA refereeing head Crawford Allan for having the audacity to suggest he was offside in a recent match to score against Hearts.

We all know that Kyogo has never been offside and the accusation of this in the 1-0 win is merely yet more masonic meddling in the righteous progress of the Parkhead legions.

 

Rangers once again benefit from refereeing conspiracy in Hearts win

Why are so many discussing the situation at Celtic Park when The Rangers* once again benefitted from a red card flashed by the hand of one of their masonic brethren?

Had Josh Ginnelly not been sent off at Tynecastle then the Edinburgh side would surely have taken all three points off our Glasgow Derby rivals.

But that was all part of Nick Walsh’s plan, as this completely sensible and responsible tweet by Pie & Bovril conveniently proves.

It is time for the Celtic Board to rise up and demand action in the face of this scandalous refereeing conspiracy. Appealing to the Parkhead truth-seekers at the AGM is not enough.

Celtic fans everywhere must unite behind the masonic corruption that blights our game, before it’s too late and The Rangers* end up cheating their way to the league title for the 56th time.

In all seriousness – talk of an anti-Celtic pro-Rangers conspiracy is sinking to new depths and it deserves every inch of ridicule we can direct towards it.

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