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Friday, December 15, 2017

Stalin and insanity: the Communist party explained the causes and consequences of the doping scandal


The official Twitter of the Communist party issued a record that surprised many Network users, the party made an unexpected withdrawal from the decision of the court of arbitration for Sport in Lausanne, in which Russian athletes were not permitted to participate in the Olympic games in Rio de Janeiro.


photo: Dmitry Katerinov

According to the Communists, and now “MERCY AND the KREMLIN, AND the RUSSIAN LIBERALS WILL NOT” (as in the text of the Communist party — ed.). Therefore, according to the party, Russia are only two ways Stalin or Milosevic.

This tweet has caused a puzzled reaction in the Network, and the satirical Twitter “RIP news” noted that “both died.”

Earlier, the Communist party has stated that, had she power, would not be allowed to ignite doping scandal: in this case, “neither WADA nor the IOC would not dare to lay claim to the Russian sports, and would be engaged in doping.

While Communist party leader Gennady Zyuganov, is not less radically expressed in connection with a doping scandal. The decision of the court he called “irresponsible and insane, insanity”, while accusing those in the “whose poor performance” is accepted.

We will add that in the last days of the Communist party have often talked about the doping scandal, accusing, in particular, “Sport-Express” wrote about readiness of Russia to cooperate with WADA in the USA and direct malicious lies.”

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