Saturday, 28 July 2012

The Games of Slaughter begin.

So it begins, and so far the international craptacular-fest has lived up to my expectations. The opening ceremony last night included a spectacular subversion of British history in which we were shown through the industrial revolution, in which Pakistani's, Orientals and Afro-Carribean were an integral part, if the ceremony is to be believed.

Would Danny Boyle dare make a film about the like of Malcolm X, starring Mel Gibson?

Would he make a film about the life of Mahatma Gandhi, with George Takei as the lead?

I highly doubt either would be considered, in fact the very idea is a joke. Yet casting non-white actors in the role of white characters (fictional and non-fictional) is almost routine.

I watched very little of the whole thing, a deliberate effort, in fact I heard about the blatant historical revisionism before I bothered to watch any of it. The whole thing sickens me, at a time of massive unemployment, a lack of housing, increased illegal immigration, economic crisis and a government riding roughshod over the will of the people, we have this ridiculous politically correct festival of commercialism and international back scratching.

If anybody still thinks that the Olympics are just a sports competition, just take a look at the advertising, the awarding of construction and to security companies that failed to complete their work in the agreed time frame, the planting of missile devices on roofs, the presence of foreign troop sent to guard the games, the corporate sponsorship that forbids people consuming rival brands anywhere near the stadium, the massive fence built near the thing, it is endless. If you have not sensed something being off all ready, you have either been living in a cave or you are pig ignorant.

Just this week Greek athlete Voula Papachristou, was banned from the Greek Olympics team for this supposedly 'racist' joke: "With so many Africans here in Greece, at least the mosquitoes from the West Nile will have lots of home food."

Can anybody find the racism in that statement?

Are there not Africans in Greece?

Are there not mosquitoes in Greece?

She was taken off the team after Communist scum reported her joke, which I believe she made on twitter. Her comments were apparently not in the international spirit of the modern Olympics.

Thankfully Greece is not a land full of block heads. Greece is the land that created the original Olympic games a games where the athletes were beaten if they cheated, where defeat was disgraceful, where all that mattered was physical prowess.All competitors were Greek.
These games existed amongst all ancient Aryan  civilisations. Earlier forms had men and women (competing separately) for the place of king and queen of the tribe or nation involved. These games involved both mental and physical challenges, they are attested to in the myths of all of the branches of the Aryan racial family, from Ireland to Russia, Sumer to Iceland.
The incumbent king was often slaughtered if he failed to successfully defend his crown.

Does this sound like the Olympics was ever intended to be all about Marxist political correctness?

Did the ancient Greeks care if the challenger made slightly racial jokes?

These questions are hypothetical like all the previous ones in this article. Foreigners would not have been allowed to compete and any insult against them would have been taken in good jest. The Olympics has grown from a competition of the physically elite to an exercise in 'Bread and circuses' with a nice amount of money making mixed into it.

Coca-colonisation, Carribeans in Union flag embellished running vests, excessive security and a violent backlash against 'Critical Mass' protesters (who use bicycles to reclaim roads), a revisionist historical genocide of White achievement.

This has been less structured than most of my posts, put it down to sheer disinterest in researching the topic. This pile of Communist horse dung can take a walk for all I care. My sympathy goes to the brave soldiers having to guard this masquerade.

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