There’s deeply troubling news coming out of this summer’s Olympics. It involves the memorializing of eleven Israelis murdered by terrorists forty years ago at the Munich Olympic and some members of the International Olympic Committee who have evinced nothing short of cowardly and disgraceful behavior. Take heart, however: other member countries have shone in the same matter. Audrey Russo tells us more below:
“He was given a choice between war and dishonor. He chose dishonor and he will have war anyway.” ~Winston Churchill on Neville Chamberlain
Well, it’s official…International Olympic Committee President, Jacques Rogge, once again refuses to allow a minute’s silence for the 11 Israeli victims of the 1972 Munich massacre, on its 40th anniversary, at the opening ceremony of the London Olympics.
He falls to the dung heap of history with other dangerous weenies like Chamberlain…and every political Kapo that has emerged from the bottom of the cesspool.
Why would the IOC refuse to allow a moment of silence for these innocent athletes murdered by terrorist thugs? And why would they rationalize the request to be political rather than a sign of respect for the memory of the slaughtered? […]