‘I Feel Qatari': FIFA Boss slams World Cup critics in bizarre speech

Gianni Infantino took aim at European for triggering the controversy over human rights violations in Qatar

Infantino said "Today I feel Qatari, I feel Arab, I feel African, I feel gay, I feel disabled”

Early in his speech, referencing the racism his family experienced as Italian immigrants in Switzerland

FIFA president added Europeans "should be apologizing for the next 3,000 years.” before giving people moral lessons

Infantino assured the LGBTQ community that they would be safe, but Qatari officials have not made any such promises

Aside legitimate human rights criticisms, Gianni Infantino dismissed the enormous price paid by migrant workers

He said. "Demands for equality, dignity and compensation cannot be treated as some sort of culture war”

Infantino added “They are universal human rights that FIFA has committed to respect in its own statutes.”

Infantino also defended Qatar’s Last minute ban on Alcohol, even beer, at all of the stadiums

President and other FIFA executives will be exempt from the rule as will wealthy fans who are permitted to consume luxurious stadium suites