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Also, there was no such thing as "Palestinian Mandate", it was called: "British Mandate for Palestine (legal instrument)". You can look that up on Wikipedia.
I wonder why one of those weren't on the list. And of course the writer of the article had to throw in the Hitler thing and the queer thing. How predictable.
still waiting on the zombie apokolypse
The medals should be buffalo chips so they would have more real value than the recipients.
The olympics are no different than any other sport that involves the use of public funds, it's nothing but another type of welfare to support useless life forms performing absolutely useless activities to entertain more useless life forms. They're just like anyone else that doesn't produce goods or perform a service needed by those that do.
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