Comments:Russian government confirms gay protesters to be arrested at Olympics

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I'm all for the Relocation301:30, 22 August 2013

I'm all for the Relocation

Relocation to a country with human rights would solve the boycott issue. (talk)16:53, 14 August 2013

Yes, I must say, it does strike me as quite weird how Stephen Fry and other protesters have been asking for a relocation, while the politicians have responded to that by saying that a boycott is a bad idea.

Deliberately avoiding the actual demands of the protesters. Sigh.

Tom Morris (talk)18:21, 14 August 2013

Certainly, let it be relocated to Egypt, or Saudi Arabia, or Lybia, there are many countries with no gay propaganda ban (just death penalty). There are even more excellent countries which are not ordered to be offended by free international mass media. What about Georgia? China... where was Mr.Fry during Beijing'2008? (talk)18:28, 18 August 2013

Thank you for sharing your great words of wisdom with us. Hopefully your are not a waiter or you likely respond to "there's a fly in my soup" by pouring in mercury in saying it was better as it was. (talk)01:30, 22 August 2013