Anonymous activists, ‘Operation Tibet’ have released online a media statement on their impending action supporting Tibet, due to target Chinese regime, corporation servers and companies associated with the Winter Olympics, launching in Beijing on February 4.
With the ethical horror-show of the 2022 Winter Games due to launch in China on February 4th we were extremely pleased to receive news on social media that hacktivists ‘Operation Tibet’ have issued a statement pledging to take action. If their previous activism is any guide we can expect to see a number of Chinese online platforms and websites being targeted, no doubt linked to this appalling event.
We’ll be posting updates on this as and when available. Meanwhile we’d like to once again express our genuine appreciation and respect to Anonymous for showing such amazing support for Tibet.
With 2020 about to blast off we thought it an opportune moment to remind our subscribers, readers and many friends around the planet of the degree of corruption at the heart of international athletics and within the Olympic community.
Of course there’s so many issues, but for us it’s the sickening appeasement of China’s regime which is most irksome. None more so than agreeing to host the 2022 Winter Games in that country. A decision taken despite the broken assurances and failures surrounding the 2008 Olympics, hosted in China. During which Tibetans and Uyghurs were being brutally oppressed, tortured and jailed for demanding freedom and human rights.
Those heading the international athletics community turned their eyes away, maintained a silence, while not a single athlete or club we appealed to directly expressed any concern or solidarity. Others went further, including the guy above, Craig Reedie, current head of the world doping agency, who denied and appeased on the subject of China’s troubling human rights violations.
This narrative of denial, excuse and concealment looks set to be repeated during the next twelve months as preparations intensify for the 2022 Winter Games. Will athletes take a stand this time, or can we expect the allure of fame, self-interest and fortune to take precedence once again?