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Force India: The FIA and FOM, who we have contractual obligations with, have said it's safe and correct for us to be here. We've accepted that process...

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saffa - Unregistered

April 19, 2012 10:18 PM

i cant believe some couch potatoe people are defending the happenings and comparing history events to a current threat situation. Correct it was.nt a direct attack and the human rights group said no-one would get hurt but that was a close one and it was wednesday are we gonna wait for sunday for something major. Where was that security that the hosts promised. Forgotten already. Similar situation to wat the protests are about?

'protests will be peaceful' according to some people. Fair enough they start that way. Has any ended peacefully yet in the city.

I'm praying that this is the last incident. I'm sure bernie will grateful for those. He should be asked to relieve his duties after this sort of stubborness over money.

Chop Chop - Unregistered

April 20, 2012 7:18 AM

Now safety of F1 teams' member and drivers are at risk.
I couldn't understand why FIA decided to go Bahrain in first place even though everyone knows the demonstration will take place and Bahrain police force will be brutally crack down on opposition group.
Going to Bahrain is morally and ethically wrong. For someone pleasure, other peoples have to suffer is not a ideal leisure sports for most of us.
Also Formula One image will tarnish and suffer in Motor Sport World.
We can't blame Bernie alone but I'll blame more on FAI President Jean Todt because he decided it. It's his poor judgment and he must take full responsible for that.
FAI President Jean Todt must resign.

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