-- One says “I deeply appreciate my home land, Takeshima, which nurtured me.”
-- One says “I’d like to cordial sympathy to victims of Tiananmen Square Incident.”
-- One says “I cannot read my sister’s letter without crying, who died because of Iraq war”
-- One says “I want to show my strenuous effort to my countrymen being exploited by capitalist centuries.
-- One says “I’ll give my victory for the queen of my country.”
-- One says “I’ll give my victory for the deceased president, Saddam Hussein.”
-- One says “My father named me after my courtier’s great leader, Kim Jong-il.”
Why don’t you permit any political activities? That’s why, more and more people would be excited watching competitions.
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It is prohibited for athletes to do political activities at Olympic Games. One should not hold a poster with a message about a territorial dispute at the podium. However, I think it is very difficult to determine what a political activity is. For instance, are the following cases regarded as politica