Instead writing about winners and Olympic everydayness of the competitors, the media have become full with reporting of the active Putin presence at the Olympic Games in Sochi. In typical KGB communist pattern Putin has been abusing the humanistic spirit of sport by imbedding his personality into a structure related to the advance of human culture. As it is well known, this is the communism which has been using the political power as a hat of any activity, to be able to make culture and sport servers of the corrupted and criminal power.
The presence of Putin at the Olympic Games in Sochi more than the official opening is violence against humanity and democracy. The sport neither needs political power nor should be used for a curtain of social injustice, practiced psychotronic terrorism, widest corrupted terrorist spy global system and damaging of culture globally.
Probably after Sochi the organizers of the next Olympic Games should change the policy and make rules which exclude any politicians from active presence at the Olympic Games.
From Putin’s Run for Gold, by By Brett Forrest
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