To wit, the CONCACAFing will continue, and you can do nothing about it. I am sure that the CAFing, the OFCing, and the AFCing are also things, as well as probably the CONMEBOLing and the UEFAing, but because of where we live, we are more exposed to the CONCACAFing. The majority of this could also just be to blame FIFA, allow more officials on the pitch, etc...
The overarching claim to all of this is that countries spend more time developing high-level international soccer players than high-level international officials. Couple this with the extremely meager pay in comparison to the men they're chasing around for 90 minutes (This article goes into a little bit of what higher level domestic officials make, which is much greater than FIFA games), and you can understand why more little boys grow up wanting to be the next Roberto Baggio instead of the next Pierluigi Collina (which is fucking bullshit, because Pierluigi Collina is AWESOME!).
Two other major issues exist on international match days. First, the best countries at producing players are usually the best countries at producing officials. It's no surprise that the last three World Cup Final referees have come from England, Argentina, and Italy. While FIFA has tried to make it a point of appointing referees from other countries to develop them, there have been times that the official has been well in over his head. The Daily Beast writes about a type of "World Cup Affirmative Action" in place to ensure that smaller countries are also represented. Now, this does not always mean that the refs are bad, but for every Joel Aguilar (from El Salvador, one of the best referees in CONCACAF, in my opinion), you get a Koman Coulibaly (the Sudanese ref that horrendously botched the USA-Slovenia game in the 2010 World Cup).
Second, FIFA is still reticent to get up into the 19th century with technology. Sepp Blatter still believes that the game played in parks and on Sundays in small stadiums dotting provincial countrysides should be the same game played in Wembley. This is BS because resources are at the disposal of FIFA to ensure that these qualifiers and World Cup games have two extra officials, goal line technology, and the ability to find out if the reason Joel Campbell is writhing on the ground is due to violent conduct or due to him being a dick (Note: I am not mad at the referee. He did exactly what he was supposed to do: consult his linesmen and make a decision based on what they had to say. Now that's not to say the linesmen were massive tools, but you take what you can get.).
Now, the obvious answers would be to develop more official training centers all over the world, allow for there to be more officials on the pitch, and give them technology to review goals/offsides/etc. Even then, the Singaporean syndicates and match fixing will still be out there (read Declan Hill's book The Fix if you get a chance, it's rather eye opening), proving that it's much easier to bribe one man versus eleven. Until FIFA are willing to spend money to put forward advancements in the game to help these issues, we will still see the likes of Matt Besler getting comical yellow cards that we can do nothing about.