Posted by Jm Bob on 2013/09/09
2020 Olympics news from Argentina. Ted Obvious reports from Buenos Aires about this confirmed 2020 Summer Olympics, Tokyo. The International Olympic Committee has decided Japan is a perfect location to hold the next Olympic festival. As I am sure you can imagine there was a lot of competition for example Istanbul was a close candidate. Also Spanish Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy made an interesting attempt to have the 2020 in Espanyol. Shinzo Abe made a great impression with the international olympic committee, find out the details over on Stirring Trouble Internationally.
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Posted by Jm Bob on 2013/09/02
What do you want sport or news?
Ben Delicious is in London asking questions: sports or news related on a quest to sieve through political correctness. He examines the IQs of players to measure sport intelligence of players like Wayne Rooney. This post addresses some burning questions fans have about recent racial abuse and takes another look at the John Terry and Anton Ferdinand incident which rocked the Football Association world. Find out more news about the London 2012 Olympics and Team GB over on Stirring Trouble Internationally. If you like football and still not sure what happened between John Terry and Anton Ferdinand then read on. The news from London about Wayne Rooney, the Football Association ever since the latest racism reports made a big splash in England and also find out a little bit more about the local team Queens Park Rangers F.C.
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Posted by Jm Bob on 2013/08/12
The Soviet Union prides itself in its competitiveness. Russia is seen around the world especially in games like gymnastics and weight lifting as really good at producing great competitor’s who often win year after year. The Sport event in Sochi has reached the news this week, controversial news is better than no news at all. The angle seems to be promoting the Winter Olympic Games where it will be next year in the Eastern block. The International Olympic Committee are supportive of all the countries getting ready to go, the Olympic Games last year here in the UK showed UK, United States and China to be the biggest medal winners. David Beckham is very supportive of the Olympic event happening where it has and financial reasons have meant the event will continue and that everything is ok for supporters to visit there too. As long as people behave themselves they have nothing to worry about. The competitors all want to win, its a known fact that athletes and competitors on home snow tend to do better.
Free publicity for the Winter Olympics in Sochi this week by Olympic supporter Stephen Fry he has come out that he loves the Olympic Games, regularly attends sporting events as is currently campaigning about human rights his goal is to raise as much awareness to his hand picked campaigns as he can. Meanwhile in the sports world David Beckham and the International Olympic Committee for the World Cup are in early talks about selling out tickets for the 2022 World Cup.
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Posted by Jm Bob on 2013/07/06
Ben Delicious in Rio de Janeiro is with the Brazilian people talking about the Olympic Games. Brazil 2016 Games Adolf Hitler used the 1936 Olympics in Berlin Soviet Union political correctness, with the International Olympic Committee (IOC) Brazilian President Dilma Rousseff, who was a Marxist rebel. It’s not too late. Brazil can still dump the Olympics.
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Posted by Jm Bob on 2013/06/23
Palestinians in Gaza and the West Bank celebrating the winning man from popular TV show there called Arab Idol a singing competition which has been repackaged and effectively sold all around the world even as we will find out in Beirut. The singer who was held in a Gaza refugee camp takes the lead in Arab Idol.
First in Beirut: Family of missing journalist going to Beirut, a Demo in Beirut to mark killing of anti-Hezbollah protester and Ahmed Helmy travels to Beirut to support Ahmad Jamal in Idol finale. Lebanon: Tensions grow as rocket hits near Beirut, protests continue, Army set for crackdown on Beirut activists,Rocket strikes valley on Beirut outskirts The Times of Israel, Grad rocket hits Beirut suburbs and drugs have been seized at Beirut airport one Syrian has been arrested.
Eurovision song contests would be won by small countries that would then go nuts and have celebrations for weeks and months and no longer feel patronised by big nations. And feel great about themselves and have that sense of national pride strengthened. the Palestinian Arab Idol victor Mohammed Assaf’s final winning moment was when he sang the songs he sang well.
Olympics Games would be arranged in such a way that athletes from Mali or Nepal or the Seychelles. Jamaica are getting excited about 600 athletes for the Special Olympics in the next Summer Games. In the Mediterranean they are already talking about the Games happening in seven years time in 2020 Olympics. The Turkish Prime Minister Mersin is talking about the Mediterranean Games in 2020 Olympics to cheer everybody up. The Special Olympics World Games is in only two years time and Tickets-for-Charity are all already being sold to raise money for the Forces and other helpful funds.
North Korea and Cuba would be allowed to win because the people there don’t really have all that much to celebrate. Ex-POW Focuses on Others Still in North Korea, Japan, US, South Korea confirm multi-strand approach to North Korea IHS Jane First look: Inside North Korea’s latest ‘Samjiyon’ tablet device.
Winter Olympic would be more difficult, naturally, as most countries with cold climates are prosperous.Russia confirms plans to send Olympic torch into space ahead of 2014.Mario & Sonic at the Sochi 2014 Olympic Winter Games could use a can of Coca Cola to refresh the first for winning.
Imagine, Paupa New Guinea winning Olympic Gold in ice hockey or Madagascar winning doubles and singles in ice skating. Why not let small and struggling Nations win every bloody contest imaginable. The last 7 days Papua New Guinea, the linguistic superpower big think, Sojitz signs MOU to study gas chemical plant in Papua New Guinea Chemical Week. CGC Malaysia To Help Set Up Credit Guarantee Institutions In Papua New Guinea, Mongolia Bernama Papua New Guinea and Indonesia sign new Air Services ABC Online, Harmony is being set by asking to write-down Papua New Guinea mine IOL, SOEs Look to Papua New Guinea for Prospects Jakarta Globe, also in Papua New Guinea an 18-year-old girl beheaded her father for raping her for a long time.
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Posted by Jm Bob on 2013/06/14
Of Bookies Sponsoring Sports Events. And Of Other Weird Things In Sport
Adam Lovejoy reports from London about how bookmakers are sponsoring sports events, sports governing bodies sponsoring tournaments, loan sharks charging extortionate interest rates and the stuff that happened at last years Olympic games and what that now means for Londoners. You will also read about Chinese Communists who came not long after the Beijing Games and how Britain embraced China.
Another thing hot on this weeks agenda is the match fixing Bookies must be having second thoughts about the Sport all bets are off. Read More…..
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Posted by Jm Bob on 2013/05/11
Find out the links with London Olympic Games and Adolf Hitler. Find out all you need to know about Boris Johnson Olympic Sport and connect the dots back to the Communist Party of China. Adam Lovejoy writes from London about the Olympics festival the days when the government would have to reveal how much it blew on the great sporting event at a time of austerity and cost cutting.
Adolf Hitler, head-and-shoulders portrait, facing slightly left (Photo credit: Wikipedia)
Was it £12 billion or £14 billion? Some say it could be as high as £18 billion, if you take into consideration all the hidden costs.
This is a humorous and funny entry about the Games and London’s Mayor Boris Johnson vision on the day of delivering the Olympics on time.
English: Mayor of London, Boris Johnson poses for a photo prior to ringing the opening bell at NASDAQ on September 14, 2009. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)
Not to mention the developers, of course, who are probably still sending bills to Big Brother for ‘unforeseen costs’.
And the private medical facilities that offer treatment from all those sexually transmitted diseases that have been boosted by that festival of sport for the venue.
China (Photo credit: Wolfgang Staudt)
Somehow most people are unaware that Olympic Games was banned for many years.
Tthe Olympics have had its share of dictators one is Adolf Hitler and Chinese communists for by big business.
Stirring Trouble Internationally ‘…So When Will The Cost Of The London Olympics Be Revealed?…’
In today’s entry you have a chance to read the news from London about the previous Olympic Games. You also read some satirical news about Adolf Hitler, Boris Johnson, the Olympic history and Sport in the Communist Party of China.
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Posted by Jm Bob on 2013/04/02
If you like classical music then you will like the classical version of the song Welcome to the Jungle above by 2CELLOS (Sulic & Hauser). Rio de Janeiro a place where you can be, do and have anything you want. Just keep it really low key there though. They have cleaned up the village a lot but trouble still happens there, to find out the worst crimes happening in Brazil at the moment go over to Stirring Trouble Internationally, the access gateway link is below.
Last year was a iblast here. The Olympic stadium send space was really nice you can still visit the complex. The next Olympics will be in 2016. The Joao Havelange stadium in the Brazilian capital is currently experiencing a few difficulties, these will be adjusted before the 2016 deadline. This will require some investment this will be a blast to see the level of construction competency’s employed to fix this problem. As you know money is a bit tight in bus fast lane at the TransOeste the only other alternative is to riding the love train (see Holly Johnson below).
Welcome to the Velodrome the place where the Olympics will happen. 2007 Pan American Games has a challenging task of making the Olympics as challenging Olympic standards set by London 2012.
Brazi Olympic Committee 2016 to Latin America a member of BRICS a political and trade group the letters stand for Brazil, Russia, India, China and South Africa.
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Posted by Jm Bob on 2013/02/23
The news in London about what happened in South Africa…
The latest live court proceedings of the Oscar Pistorius trial is that he is getting bail, the judges are very compassionate about this sort of thing, partly because homes are often at risk of intruders, even though there were no intruders the case continues.
Yawning (fish) (Photo credit: Wikipedia)
As you will find out in today’s article no one really cares either way what happens. If you have no interest in sport and no real interest in athletes like Oscar Pistorius then this post is perhaps what you have looked for all day.
In your daily business you probably have no opinion about the Oscar Pistorius hype following the proceedings in Pretoria South Africa other than what has been told in the daily news.
south africa (Photo credit: rafiq s)
Oscar and perhaps 90 per cent of athletes in track and field are using performance enhancing drugs, this is the opinion of many people after so many incidents of athletes abusing the system.
Old Fort Cells for Male Prisoners, SA (Photo credit: Von_)
TV news channels are waiting until the last verdicts have been made for fear that any pressure might mean he gets of with it like the OJ Simpson case in the USA.
Green Roof-esque (Photo credit: swanksalot)
The news in London about what happened in South Africa is no more shocking than the news about global warming. You see green taxes are an important part of the world economy just like the Olympics are around the world.
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Posted by Jm Bob on 2013/02/20
Ted Obvious reports from Pretoria: Well, we all had it coming, hadn’t we? The moment I’ve heard that Oscar Pistorius, the famous South African paralympian, was in trouble, suspected of shooting his girlfriend model Reeva Steenkamp.
Here are a list of three complaints about the Oscar Pistorious case that may or may not happen
- TV news channels and newspapers. It’s all systems go and to hell with what people want.
- Fills airtime and column inches with no problems.
- Accusations that the media are not doing their job properly.
Oscar Pistorious (Photo credit: Sum_of_Marc)
“Once they hit the big time it is mostly about sponsorships and advertising deals and signing contracts, with their publicists doing all the talking on their behalf. And later in their lives booze and dope tend to creep in, like it happens with most celebrities generally, and that pretty much sums it all up.” Ted Obvious.
The interesting things that Ted points out are how stories like these need no effort what so ever to produce and any real journalism is really at risk because the world has become such a dangerous place. Stories become hyped up, celebrities are made very quickly in stories like the Olympics and many budding athlete before this guy have fallen for drugs and alcohol which has been their demise from being over weight to bouts of depression.
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- Pistorius ‘mistook lover for robber’ (bbc.co.uk)
- Oscar Pistorius bail hearing: ‘He put on his legs, armed himself and fired at girlfriend’ (independent.co.uk)
- Pistorius bail hearing: Round One (dailymaverick.co.za)
- Report: Oscar Pistorius Had ‘Boxes and Boxes’ of Steroids in Home at Time of Arrest (nesn.com)
- Oscar Pistorius Murdered His Girlfriend On V- Day? (justspititoutalreadyenterinform.com)
- Bloodied cricket bat found at Oscar Pistorius’ home is key evidence in murder case, newspaper claims (independent.co.uk)
- Sponsors flee Oscar Pistorius (dailymaverick.co.za)
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Posted by Jm Bob on 2013/01/30
Adam Lovejoy report about the new plans for the London 2012 Olympics arena. The 2012 Summer Olympic Games, officially the Games of the 30th Olympiad took place in London England, United Kingdom from 27 July to 12 August 2012.
London 2012 banner at The Monument. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)
The Olympics and athletes who battle exotic venereal diseases new cases of syphilis and STDs. The Games also make use of many venues which were already in place before the bid.
Olympic Games Message (Photo credit: chooyutshing)
Billions and billions of taxpayers’ money spent on the Olympics Games and the choice of options to monetise the stadium begins.
Well, guess what, Prime Minister David Cameron and his mate, London Mayor Boris Johnson
Games shot the British economy in the foot and contributed to a fall in the GDP in the fourth quarter. But lots of words about the East End of London.
London Elections 2008, City Hall. Boris Johnson gives his winning speech. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)
The London Development Agency LDA was a Regional Development Agency in Greater London. A functioned body of the Greater London Authority created to drive sustainable economic growth to London but it closed 31 March 2012 by the coalition government’s spending review.
ExCeL will host the wrestling events for the 2012 Summer Olympics in London. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)
The Olympic Delivery Authority stated legacy use and community regeneration are being locked to the planning and designing of Olympic and Paralympic venues and infrastructure, and cited the Olympic Park Aquatics Centre and Olympic and Paralympic sailing facilities in Weymouth as examples focusing on sporting, economic, social, and environmental legacy”. The government published its legacy plans via the Department for Culture, Media and Sport’s Legacy Promises document, published in 2007.
The legacy of the London Olympics lives, say Dave and Boris, But of course they would say that.
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Posted by Jm Bob on 2013/01/10
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Tate Modern claims to have had the best year in 2012. That’s because the admission is free.Thomas Mathew writes from London about the Tate Modern which is a great place to find new modern art. You can find out more about the retrospective exhibition of Damien Hirst and find out more about a diamond-encrusted skull appropriately named ‘For The Love Of God‘.
You can also find out more about research done about why numbers are so high and why having the right facilities available like a public toilet. ensure that people keep coming back. You can also find out more about where the researched figures proved themselves most helpful. Understand why at the Tate Modern is the same research collected from the recent Olympic cultural festivals.
Get the inside thoughts of the art world and find out more about the work done in art galleries over on Stirring Trouble Internationally to improve the Numbers Of Visitors everyday.
Thomas Mathew tells a satirical tale about the rise in attendees at the Art museum. The annual figures according to Thomas have rose because of the Damien Hirst exhibition. The London Tate Modern visitors maybe the Olympics and all those people who turned up for the London Olympic Games. Thomas points out the Tate has also improved its lavatory facilities. If you have visited the Tate Modern before and curious about the recently published visitors figures then you laugh when you read this satirical post.
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Posted by Jm Bob on 2012/12/31
Adam Writes about the Olympic Games, the mascots, the cost of such an event, the terrible mascots and emblems and other criticisms of Olympics 2012. In this humorous satirical rant you will find out constructive points about the aftermath of having an Olympics, find out more about Greece and the Olympics in Germany around the time of World War II. Adam Lovejoy writes from London specifically as a build up to the Queens New Year’s Honours List at takes an overt look at sports celebrities receiving knighthoods, such as he takes a good look at Bradley Wiggins a cyclist who got a knighthood for his gold victories.
If you remember Adam Lovejoy is the one who covered the London Olympics ceremony a few months ago. Again here he looks at Your Majesty the Queens part in the ceremony and find out more about James Bond, Daniel Craig, parachuting and Polish plumbers.
You may remember the Adam Lovejoy review of Danny Boyle ritual and in today’s post he takes it another stage further as we come to the closing of 2012. If you watched the Olympics and found things you did not like about it then I am sure you will really love this humorous rant.
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Posted by Jm Bob on 2012/12/14
A London Underground train decorated to promote London’s Olympic bid. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)
R.F.Wilson writes from London: Looking back on the London 2012 Summer Olympics I now realise that it was the one-eyed mascot.
Word of caution this is a satirical rant about the Olympic legacy there is always an element of truth about what R.F Wilson says but on the subject of the Olympics he is very sceptical.
The Olympic Stadium (Photo credit: MichaelWu)
In this article Wilson outlines and rips apart what all David Cameron, Lord Seb Coe and London Mayor Boris Johnson have said about the financial rewards of having an Olympics we are starting to see the effects now. Happiness for supporters in made short lived in R.F. Wilson’s article, he seems a bit upset about the whole thing. Find out why, leave your comments below to challenge him on these beliefs. Be warned though he does go a little bit over the top, but with the news we are seeing recently here in the UK about money and finance who can blame him.
He goes on to challenge the amount of tourists who turned up to the city. For example major adjustments were made for the amount of people London predicted the Olympics would bring, the fact is the profits made from the changes are now being paid by the rising prices in travel and the lowering of wages of staff all thanks to British capital.
English: Olympic medals revealed in Trafalgar Square, London (Photo credit: Wikipedia)
Were seeing more strikes, private sector workers protesting outside their workplace and the fact of the matter is during the Olympics the transport system at times was like a ghost town. Because of this we are in a heap of debt, but all is not lost because we still hold a triple x credit rating.
I mean despite what you think of R.F WIlson in what he is saying in the main article the fact is its not all doom and gloom. Lets face it the Olympics was great fun and travelling around during rush hour without having to cram in on a train like a sardine is awesome and definitely gets my approval and thanks.
And it looked great on telly but that is beside the point. So I want you to go over to Stirring Trouble Internationally, have a read and see what you think. You might want to comment this subject needs some comments so go over and share your thoughts please.
If you are a bit upset about the cutbacks with children’s libraries then have a read of this it will fire you up. If you are a single mother on benefits and feeling the pinch and think the cutback in your benefits might have something to do with then International Olympic Committee then again go over and take a look.
Here are some teasers: “Danny Boyle, should have been banned from directing anything bigger than a play in a prison theatre after his disgusting film Trainspotting.”
Cover of Trainspotting (Ws)
Incase you do not know Danny Boyle is the director of the Olympic opening ceremony which without ruining it T.F. Wilson says it was definitely a Pagan ceremony.
If you want to re experience the euthoria that the Olympics ceremony created in Politicians from popular bands like the Spice Girls then again go over to Stirring Trouble Internationally and have a read. Click Here!
A humorous take on news and current affairs “Looking Back At The London Olympics. What A Waste Of Money It All Turned Out To Be” 14/12/12.
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Posted by Jm Bob on 2012/10/23
R.F.Wilson writes from London: How about that Olympic legacy, eh, the one that Dave and Boris and Lord Seb have been talking about a lot in the days of sporting frenzy?
Doesn’t it feel good to see all those billboards with brave Olympians advertising stuff and learn that sales of bicycles have gone through the roof, boosted by scenes of competitive cycling during the Games?
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