I mean the World Cup isn't in any of the locations you're describing and many Americans are very angry about what the Saudi's are doing. You can't protest a sporting event that doesn't exist and it's not fair to expect that of people. I still plan on watching Qatar cause let's be honest most people regardless of genuine moral issues are going to end up either watching or caring about the outcome of that tournament. Not watching the tournament isn't really going to do anything at this point. Qatar's got the tournament and are building the infrastructure necessary to host it and people are going to die because of it, which is tragic but inevitable. Many if not most people already view Qatar hosting the tournament as a mistake and the process made to give it to them as rigged but there's nothing that can be done about it except complaining as loud as possible and hoping they switch venues which is seeming less and less likely as the tournament gets closer. If the tournament makes FIFA less money it's not like it was ever going back to Qatar anyway, and the blood building contracts are going to be paid regardless so I don't see the positive impact the tournament doing poorly has. FIFA will look to put this shady chapter behind them regardless even if the tournament doesn't do half bad. This tournament from the bidding process has been the darkest chapter of FIFA's history and there's already a sense of just wanting to get this over with and on to the 48 team cycle. Still complaining can pressure Qatar to change their behavior enough where less people die or are harmed than otherwise would have been but other than that don't see what we can really do. You can even make the argument Qatar getting this tournament has raised a ton of awareness about the issue migrant workers face in Qatar and in that region and they are probably better off than if Qatar hadn't gotten the tournament and though the tournament did lead to a lot of that work this was systemic stuff. This whole problem is going to get a spotlight on it that wouldn't have been there otherwise. It also put a spotlight on FIFA corruption(can't see the FBI being so interested in FIFA corruption if we get the 2022 tournament) and got a lot of bad people arrested not that this matters as much as the human rights abuses.