Can you believe these people?
If recent statements by the leadership of the International Olympic Committee are any indicator of the IOC's vision and goals, then maybe it's time to question how they define peace and harmony.
Brutality in Tibet is no reason to boycott the 2008 games, according to IOC President Jacques Rogge
"We believe that the boycott doesn't solve anything," Rogge told reporters on this Caribbean island. "On the contrary, it is penalizing innocent athletes and it is stopping the organization from something that definitely is worthwhile organizing."
So the "spirit" of the games is more important than the political repression, censorship and very bad pollution that could all hurt athletes and anyone else in the area.
Do they envision a world order maintained by force and total control of information and thought?