F1 » Protest death casts new cloud over Bahrain


Increased reporting of the situation in Bahrain shows that last week's positive vibe about the country's grand prix could yet be misplaced.

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richard

April 03, 2012 6:38 PM

mark. all is ok!

by the wa, the indian race is run by a few of the new billionaires. to create the track, they had poor lower caste (i hate that sort of term!) farmers forcibly evicted from their land, and destroyed their meagre livliehood. government actively encourages the continuation of caste structure, discriminating against those who are unfortunate to be born into a particular social class, and who are unable to break out of it, een when smarter than those above. protests and riots are common and forcibly put down. there are some terrible injustices.

pcxmac - Unregistered

April 03, 2012 6:53 PM

Im sure the British had no hand in that system either ... lolz. The irony and hypocrisy surrounding 'human rights' is asstonishing, especially when it is coming from the side claiming 'right' of way.

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