The 2022 Beijing Olympics: Nazi-Germany 2.0?

Malnourising and poisoning foreign athletes to make sure they underperform, post-apocalyptic scenery, cheating with pride, and endless lies. It may sound kafkaesque, but it’s just China exposing itself to an international audience.

Out of all the places they could have put a ski jump, why put it next to a nuclear power plant?

So we all know that China might be the most xenophobic country in the world. Having gained a lot of power in recent years by functioning as a totalitarian…

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Alexander Mørk

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Hello, world! I’m Alex. I enjoy writing about whatever is on my mind at any given moment. Here is my YouTube channel where I teach Norwegian shorturl.at/iDFKU

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