The Olympic Games oath, in which a representative of the host country promises on behalf of all athletes to compete honorably, closes with the aspiration: “To make the world a better place through sport”. There has to be a question whether the Tokyo Games beginning in just 30 days, already put off a year because of the COVID-19 pandemic, can live up to that pledge amid fears they could spark a fresh wave of infection and the spread of the resistant Delta variant of the virus.

Members of the Japanese public who once anticipated the event with pride before it was put off last year no longer feel that way, according to a poll last weekend by the Asahi News Network. Sixty-five percent of respondents want the Games postponed again or cancelled, and nearly 70 percent doubt they can be held safely, contrary to reassurance by Prime Minister Yoshihide Suga.

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Thank you Pres Trump for your “warp speed” plan to get the vaccines developed

He said the vaccine would be available at the first of the year and it was. The dems , facts and dem propaganda media made fun and attacked this goal. How do they look now?? As other conspiracies they attacked Trump on have proved them wrong. Do they get tired of being wrong? I guess not


I would be more concerned about the perverts participating in women's sports

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