Sunday, March 16, 2008

China can shove its Olympics up its commie ass

If the Berlin Olympics had been on TV during the 3rd Reich, would you have watched it? At least the Olympic Committee has the excuse that Nazi Germany had not yet gone into full blown genocidal spree at the time, even if it's a poor-ass excuse. But China? WTF! The People's Republic of China has killed millions more people than Nazi Germany. And now China is blaming us for the riots in Tibet? (Not just the government, but Chinese Mainlanders, with a few exceptions, don't like the Tibetans very much.) So you know what? Fuck off, China! I usualy don't watch the Olympics anyway, but I'll take special care not to watch them this summer.
PS: I don't hate China or the Chinese. But the PRC is a repressive and violent regime nonetheless.


Anonymous Anders said...

Since Capitalism has killed several hundred million people, I'll boycott the Olympics when they're in any capitalist country as well.

9:34 PM  
Blogger Sirkowski said...

Snarky, but false.

11:27 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Hope you don't think of all Chinese that way, because I love your work:)

1:58 AM  
Anonymous Tainted Ink said...

Through ridiculous debt China owns the United States. That's why the U.S. kisses China's big red "favored-nation" ass. They can do no wrong, as long as they don't force U.S. to pay up.

2:56 AM  
Blogger -D.P.R said...

I'm not that high on the Olympics either, but for a different reason... Not too many people (i'm one of the few)care about track and field until those 5 rings appear under the NBC peacock watermark on the TV, then suddenly everyone is brimming with uber-patriotism and the gold medal count is all important. Easy to get burned out on the overhype. If the athlete golds, they get endorsements, if they silver, they somehow suck, despite being considered the second best IN THE WORLD.

Plus, when was the last time there was something meaningful that transcended the sports happening? (positive, I mean, no juicing jokes) The only thing I can recall in my lifetime was that Aboriginal girl who medaled for Australia. Before that, maybe, was the original Dream Team, which essentially changed the way every other team in the world prepared for Olympic basketball.

8:58 AM  
Blogger Sirkowski said...

Anonymous said...

Hope you don't think of all Chinese that way,

Of course not.

11:08 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I'm sure China cares very much about your lack of support.

8:22 PM  
Blogger Ariel said...

oh that China! always doing terrible things, like posting comments on blogs that are half a year old

11:40 PM  

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