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Are you safe in Sochi?

Are you safe in Sochi?

() Infographic for a high stakes game of life and death. Terrorists have vowed to disrupt the Sochi 2014 Winter Olympics, while Russia has more than 200,000 military, police and secret service agents safeguarding the athletes and visitors.

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Guest: LondonBoy (1403 days ago)
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We, in the West have killed off many millions of people and outsourced it to our favourite dictators, for millions more! I think the threat is more for the West who is losing friends around the World and are incresingly becoming a dispised people all around the World. our might & power will not last as empires before have faded in history - who will come to our aid, or will they suply armaments against us for the rivers of blood! People in glass houses, should not throw stones!

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We, in the West have killed off many millions of people and outsourced it to our favourite dictators, for millions more! I think the threat is more for the West who is losing friends around the World and are incresingly becoming a dispised people all around the World. our might & power will not last as empires before have faded in history - who will come to our aid, or will they suply armaments against us for the rivers of blood! People in glass houses, should not throw stones!

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