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#41 Mario Milano

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Posted 07 December 2017 - 01:37 AM

Tell us rabbi how do you see nothing wrong with this, just screamng bullshit doesn't make it true...just like the holohoax crap....repeating bullshit is still bullshit...

So rabbi tell us what is wrong with this picture......

"How can it be right to ban people without publishing the evidence?"
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#42 Mario Milano

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Posted 07 December 2017 - 01:41 AM

I speak truth to power, my Nazi friend.


Yep you sure do, like it stopped snowing on planet earth 17 years ago....and the snow I see is not really there, just my eyes lying to me...

Lying rabbi's are getting really tedious in the 21st century
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#43 Mario Milano

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Posted 07 December 2017 - 12:26 PM

Medvedev: Olympic ban decision deliberately made ahead of Russian elections


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The anti-doping situation in Russia has been improving and now it is not worse than in other countries, Medvedev said


The International Olympic Committee's decision to bar Russia from taking part in the PyeongChang 2018 Winter Olympics was made, in part, with the intention of influencing the mood in Russian society in the run-up to the presidential election due next March, Russian Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev said at a government meeting on Thursday.

"The International Olympic Committee's decision has one more aspect, which is understandable to everyone, especially in the current situation. This is the political component. This decision was made in the run-up to the elections in our country, the presidential election with an eye to shaping the appropriate sentiment in society," he said.

According to Medvedev, "people abroad are perfectly aware of how important the sports of setting records is for our citizens and citizens in other countries." "Every other year, the whole country enthusiastically watches sports competitions, rejoices and, of course, supports our athletes. This decision was a heavy blow for millions of people here and a real tragedy for Russian athletes, since for some of them the South Korean Olympics is the last chance to compete for the highest sports awards," the prime minister said.

The Russian government will support athletes who decide to participate in the 2018 Olympic Games, as no one is eligible to deny them this right, Medvedev said.

"Of course those who will receive permissions will decide for themselves if they go to the Olympics or not," he said. "Neither sports federations, nor officials are eligible to give them orders, it should be their own choice. As for the government, I would like to point out that we will support any decision that our athletes make," Medvedev said.

Doping investigation against Russia is unsubstantiated

Medvedev has dubbed the investigation into alleged doping abuse in Russia unsubstantiated and unprecedented, saying Moscow will never recognize its findings.

"It's unfortunate that clean athletes see such injustice, these athletes and our country on the whole have been faced in this situation with an unprecedented episode of unsubstantiated accusations against the whole state, based on evidence of one, let us say mentally infirm individual with clear psychopathic deviation, who committing criminal wrongdoings by himself spreading doping among athletes," he told a government session.

Medvedev also pointed that allegations of a state-sponsored doping program in Russia had no proof. "But they keep demanding that we confess to some programs. This will never happen. We cannot and will not recognize false findings," the prime minister added.

According to the prime minister "all this does not help a fair investigation". He said the IOC commission, led by Samuel Schmid found no confirmation to accusations of a state-sponsored doping program in Russia. "It failed to confirm this simply because this is outright lies in particular as concerns a state system of doping support," Medvedev said.

Government approves national plan to fight doping

The Russian sports did have problems with doping, but the government has taken measures to settle these problems, and this policy will be continued, Medvedev said.

"It is obvious that there were problems with doping in the Russian sports, we openly acknowledged them and launched an active work to eliminate violations. An independent public anti-doping commission was set up, a national plan for fight against doping in Russian sports was approved as well as a set of measures to implement this plan," the prime minister said, adding that major work has been launched to deal with the problem. "Such policy in this sphere continues, and we will continue it irrespective of any decisions," he vowed.

He reiterated that the government had made amendments to the administrative legislation and the Russian Criminal Code aimed to fight doping in Russia. Information and educational programs have been worked out to prevent violations of anti-doping rules by athletes and national teams' personnel, Medvedev said.

Anti-doping situation in Russia

The anti-doping situation in Russia has been improving and now it is not worse than in other countries, according to Medvedev.

"I would like to point out that the recent 1,500 samples taken from Russian athletes were proved to be clean. It means that the anti-doping situation in our country has been radically changing. It is currently not better than in other countries but definitely not worse," the prime minister noted.

As an example, Medvedev said that some foreign "athletes claim to have various health problems and no one can check that information, but they are allowed to participate in competitions and take various medicines, particularly those considered to be doping." The Russian prime minister added that in some cases, foreign athletes used medicines similar to meldonium but did not face any issues, while Russian athletes were banned for that.

"The definition of doping is rather vague and imperfect but no one is doing anything about that, it is all right with many," Medvedev stressed.

IOC's decision

On Tuesday, December 5, the International Olympic Committee (IOC) decided to suspend the membership of the Russian Olympic Committee, which bars the Russian national team from competing at the PyeongChang 2018 Olympics under the national flag. The IOC accused Russia of systematic doping violations, in particular, at the 2014 Olympics in Sochi. That said, the IOC intends to observe the rights of clean athletes: athletes who match the proposed criteria will take part in the Games in the status of Olympic athletes from Russia.

Russian officials have refuted allegations of systematic use of doping in domestic sports on numerous occasions and questioned the impartiality of the IOC commission.

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#44 USC

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Posted 07 December 2017 - 01:21 PM

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#45 Mario Milano

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Posted 07 December 2017 - 01:42 PM

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The satanic curry whore nikki haley stated that the US may not send athletes to the olympics because of Nth Korea
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#46 Nemesis

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Posted 07 December 2017 - 06:00 PM

 

We shall see. Russia seems to enjoy fighting and being at odds against everyone else. It's their thing, playing the victim and being more righteous and fair than everyone else even as they cheat and break international law. They're probably reveling in this whole Olympics mess.

 

 

Unlike united snakes of israel, Russia does not break international law.


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#47 Nemesis

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Posted 07 December 2017 - 06:05 PM

 

He would probably do that if he had a leg to stand on. As it is, the Russians cheated. This is the best outcome they could hope for under the circumstances.

 

 

You want to talk cheating?

 

 

 

the USA: Andre Agassi (Tennis, Methamphetamine); Darell Alderman (Drag racing, cocaine); Stephen Alfred (Cycling, Norandrosterone, Testosterone, hCG, refusal to submit to doping control); Sadam Ali (Boxing, Cathine) ; A. J. Allmendinger (Auto racing, amphetamines); Lyle Alzado (Football, anabolic steroids); Chris Andersen (Basketball), Frankie Andreu (Cycling, EPO), Abdallah Anwar (Boccia, Hydrochlorothiazide); Lance Armstrong (Cycling, EPO, Human Growth Hormone, Testosterone, Cortisone, Blood transfusions); Sarah Baham (Swimming, refusal to submit to a test); John Barnett (Mixed martial arts, Boldenone); Phil Baroni (Mixed martial arts, Boldenone, Stanozolol metabolites); Doug Barron (Golf, Performance enhancing drugs); Bryan Berard (Ice hockey, 19-norandrosterone); Adam Bergman (Cycling, EPO); Dale Berra (Baseball, Cocaine); Alan Bogomolov Junior (Tennis, Salbutamol); Barry Bonds (Baseball, amphetamines); Stephan Bonnar (Mixed martial arts, Boldenone); David Boston (Football, Gamma-Hydroxybutyric acid); Ryan Braun (Baseball, human growth enhancer); Matt Bricker (Swimming, Ephedrine); Emily Brunneman (Swimming, Hydrochlorothiazide, Triamterene); Rebekkah Brunson (Basketball, Salmeterol); Rachael Burke (Swimming, Boldione); Enos Cabell (Baseball, Cocaine); Mike Cameron (Baseball, Stimulants); Ken Caminiti (Baseball, Steroids); Jose Canseco (Baseball, Steroids); Roger Clemens (Baseball, Anabolic steroids); Chris Cooper (Football, THG); Kit Cope (Mixed martial arts, Boldenone);

 

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United Kingdom doping cases reveals: Ali Adams (Boxing, Stanozolol); David Allen (Rugby League, Metabolite of cocaine); Ijah Anderson (Soccer, cocaine); Chris Armstrong (Soccer, cannabis); Michael Banbula (Boxing, Performance enhancers); Ryan Barrett (Boxing, Methylhexanamine); Alain Baxter (Alpine skiing, Methamphetamine); Terry Bridge, Rugby league, Steroids); Ian Brown (Rugby, Testosterone); Johnathan Bullough (Weightlifting, Methylhexaneamine); Ian Burnham (Water polo, Cocaine); Danny Cadamarteri (Soccer, Ephedrine); Neil Campbell (Cycling, hCG); James Comben (Rugby Union, Methylhexanamine); David Cookson (Rugby Union, Methylhexanamine); Kofi Danso (Basketball, test tampering); Ceri Davies (Rugby, Drostanolone); Tony Dodson (Boxing, Performance enhancers); John Donnelly (Boxing, Benzoylecgonine); Terry Dunstan (Boxing, Performance enhancers); Jamie Durbin (Rugby league, Stanozolol).

 

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#48 USC

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Posted 07 December 2017 - 06:36 PM

Do not come there! :)

 

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Posted 07 December 2017 - 06:43 PM

Kim could fix their wagon big time.  :lafn: :scrollhah


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Posted 07 December 2017 - 07:17 PM

Kim could fix their wagon big time.  :lafn: :scrollhah

 

Guy needs to fix his eating habits. :(


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Posted 07 December 2017 - 07:22 PM

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#52 wirehaired

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Posted 07 December 2017 - 07:33 PM

Just the Khazarian Jew mafia at work...they don't need no evidence when Russia killed their Terrorists trying to create their psycho Greater Israel...Like Crighton said...this is the shit that happens when a few greedy Jews control everything...Time for the world to cleanse itself of the parasitic khazarian Jew mafia..

 

Russia saved the world from becoming a satanic Jew world order...who gives a shit about the Olympics....The world owes Russia a huge debt of gratitude

Even now I still get the idea that Russia doesn't realize the savage threat they are under from these animals,so far the response to the banning of Russia from the Olympics has been mild,they smell blood it will be the World Cup next,some have already talked about it,Russia needs to give them a reality check by calling off the World cup and cutting all sporting contacts,i would also think there are legal grounds for action against the IOC. 


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Posted 07 December 2017 - 07:38 PM

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Posted 07 December 2017 - 07:42 PM

Calling Russia out on their wrong-doing is like calling a Pornfielder out on wrong-doing. They'll not only deny it, but slander, mock and trash you publicly forever afterwards.


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#55 wirehaired

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Posted 07 December 2017 - 08:04 PM

 

We shall see. Russia seems to enjoy fighting and being at odds against everyone else. It's their thing, playing the victim and being more righteous and fair than everyone else even as they cheat and break international law. They're probably reveling in this whole Olympics mess.

I asked have you heard of a whole Country being banned? I think the answer is no,its political Bullshit,Russia should take those bastards to Court.


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Posted 07 December 2017 - 08:06 PM

I asked have you heard of a whole Country being banned? I think the answer is no,its political Bullshit,Russia should take those bastards to Court.

 

Has a whole country stood behind busted Olympic cheaters and refused to acknowledge the problem before?


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#57 wirehaired

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Posted 07 December 2017 - 08:09 PM

 

WADA's evidence....the IOC has truly gone bonkers...I believe they are trying to destroy the Olympic games...time to ban any members of the IOC from ever holding any positions of responsibility...even as head janitors because I reckon they would be capable of stuffing that up too

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'I'll Destroy All Russian Olympic Sports for Next 5 Years' - Shocking Statements of a Runaway WADA Informant

 

The entire Russia doping case rests on the testimony of this former psychiatric patient (who sounds like he's been released prematurely)

 

 
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The WADA informant who accused Russia of state-sanctioned athletic doping said that he "does not care about the fight against doping" in a video released by a Russian TV channel. The fate of Team Russia's participation in the 2018 Olympics is to be decided on Tuesday. 

 

On December 2, Russia's NTV aired extracts from three different videos purportedly showing the former Moscow anti-doping lab chief, Grigory Rodchenkov, making a series of shocking statements. In one video, a man who strongly resembles Rodchenkov admits that he "does not care about the fight against doping." 

 

In another clip, the same man says that he's a "terrible person" who has "sold his soul" - although he was quick to point out that his "price had risen." He goes on to boast that his "expensive" apartment in Los Angeles and latest-model Infiniti "are paid for" in full. 

 

"I'll make sure you have one positive sample of 20,000. I'll make sure I have 100 samples, and I will destroy all Olympic sports of Russia for the next five years!" the person believed to be Rodchenkov declares in one of the videos obtained by NTV. The channel did not elaborate on the details of the videos' origins. 

 

Rodchenkov fled Russia for the US in November 2015. His testimony about alleged misconduct by Russian authorities during the 2014 Sochi Olympics formed the basis for a World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) report authored by Canadian lawyer Richard McLaren. The report, released in July 2016, claims that Russian athletes participated in systematic doping with the full knowledge of the Kremlin.

 

Acting on McLaren's recommendations, the IOC banned Russian track-and-field athletes from participating in the 2016 Rio Olympics and excluded the entire Russian team from the Paralympics. 

 

In September of this year, a Moscow court ordered Rodchenkov's arrest in absentia. He is wanted on charges of abuse of authority, and Russia is currently seeking his extradition from the US.

 

Rodchenkov doesn't seem to dispute that he is guilty of serious wrongdoing. "I have [committed] all sins except pedophilia, homosexuality and drug trafficking," Rodchenkov confesses in one of the videos. 

 

Rodchenkov has previously taken credit for developing a three-drug cocktail of banned substances that he mixed with liquor. He claims he provided the elixir to Russian athletes during the 2014 Sochi Winter games.

 

 

 

However, in one of the videos released by the NTV, Rodchenkov insists that the recipe for "Duchess," the name of his now-infamous cocktail, actually has American origins. He says the idea came to him after he was inspired by the works of prohormones-industry researcher William Llewellyn. 

 

The person in the video also reveals he "almost killed himself," committing a hara-kiri, and admits he used to be a patient at the Kashchenko psychiatric hospital. 

 

Moscow has repeatedly disputed Rodchenkov's whistleblower status, pointing out that he was actively involved in the crimes he now accuses others of committing. Russia's Investigative Committee said in November that they gathered enough evidence showing that Rodchenkov destroyed the doping tests of athletes in violation of the requirements of the International Standard for Laboratories of the World Anti-Doping Agency, as well as the agency's letters regarding the whereabouts of the samples.

 

Rodchenkov is enrolled in a witness protection program in the US, according to both Russian and Western media reports. 

 

Pressurized by anti-doping organizations that take Rodchenkov's claims at face value, the IOC will meet on December 5 to decide whether Russian athletes will be allowed to participate in the 2018 Winter Olympics. 

 

The International Paralympics Committee (IPC) has already decided to uphold its blanket ban on Russian athletes in the upcoming Winter Paralympics.

 

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The Rat also said the US paid him a million Dollars,thats all we need to know, but it seems WADA and the IOC don't know.


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Posted 07 December 2017 - 08:39 PM

Why do the Russians feel the need to sponsor cheating in the olympics? Does it really wound their national pride so much to lose in the olympics that they would rather risk state-sponsored cheating?


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Posted 07 December 2017 - 09:28 PM

Why do the Russians feel the need to sponsor cheating in the olympics? Does it really wound their national pride so much to lose in the olympics that they would rather risk state-sponsored cheating?

Well that's the whole point,there is NO evidence they did sponsor cheats,some Russians took drugs like other Countries but that doesn't mean it was sponsored by the state,did the other Countries sponsor their drug cheats?


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Posted 08 December 2017 - 09:46 AM

Olympic champions in gymnastics: Simone Bailes (USA) and Alia Mustafina (Russia), It seems to me that something is wrong here.... Who use doping?

 

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