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Setting the tone for modern Olympics

Egypt vs Germany. An Islamic reporter stated that “Allah granted the shameless near-naked harlots victory over the modest women of Islam, 2-0. No doubt the Jews are responsible.”

In the wake of a coup d’état and a great deal of public unrest, the preparations for the Olympic Games were far behind schedule as the country wasn’t quite prepared for the enormity of this undertaking. Some athletes who arrived early were target of criminal gangs and forced to leave.

The main body of athletes arrived to find workers still attending to tasks in their rooms like with exposed wiring and bathrooms not working. Then many of the competition facilities weren’t quite complete and

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The worlds sexiest celebrations

“From the grand street parades of Brazil to the masked balls in Italy, Carnival is a global phenomenon celebrated in over 50 countries around the world. Carnival originated as a pagan festival in ancient Egypt, to usher out winter and celebrate the beginning of spring. When Alexander the Great conquered Egypt, the Ancient Greeks adopted the festival.

The Romans assimilated the festival from the Greeks, and it was later overlaid with Christian meaning to become the festival of “Carne Vale” The word, “carne” means “meat” in Latin and “vale”, means “farewell”. In the Catholic calendar “carne vale” – farewell to meat, is a feast before the fast of Lent. In 18th century Italy, people preparing for

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Brazilian Quick Facts

About Brazil

Carnival in Rio

History Brazil is the largest and most populous South American country. Following three centuries Portuguese rule, Brazil became an independent nation in 1822 and the governing military regime peacefully ceded power to civilian rulers in 1985. Today Brazil is exploiting it’s vast natural resources and labor pool to become South America’s leading economic power and a regional leader.

The government was overthrown in the lead up to the 2016 Olympic Games. The new regime is made up of crooks supported by the US administration. The outcome is yet to be seen.

Energy Brazil is dependent on hydro power with 96.8 per cent of power generated coming from its 600 dams. Brazil is the major

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