Is it ethical for Russian athletes to beat countries in which the standard of living is higher, and the audience to rejoice at these victories?

Is it ethical for Russian athletes to beat countries in which the standard of living is higher, and the audience to rejoice at these victories?

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answers (2)

Answer 1
September, 2021

Please separate one from the other.

The standard of living from hockey.

Rare victories of the Russian football team from Putin's rating.

Victory in the Great Patriotic War from tanks on Tverskaya.

USSR from the CPSU.

Russia from United Russia.

All these things have little in common.

Life will immediately sparkle with new colors.

Answer 2
September, 2021

In 1975, Dynamo Kiev literally destroyed Bayern Munich in the UEFA Super Cup matches. 5-0 after two meetings. Did the people of Kiev do ethically? After all, the USSR could not even provide citizens with toilet paper, they wiped their ass with newspapers. They took and beat the Germans, here are the scoundrels.

Is it ethical to have the best ballet school in a poor and totalitarian country? Strongest figure skating? Is it ethical for the citizens of Nigeria, Uganda, Namibia to win the distance and marathon races at the World Championships and Olympic Games? Following this logic, the champions in football forever should be England, the USA and Germany, and not all kinds of Brazil, Uruguay and God forgive me, Argentina.

Everything is really normal, we managed and beat. That's what sports is good for. But the fact that many people confuse sports and politics is bad. It didn't start yesterday. Another unforgettable 35th, in my opinion, the President of the United States, John F. Kennedy, stated: two things are important for the prestige of a nation: space flights and Olympic gold medals. If there was something like that in the minds of people in America, what can we say about the propaganda of the USSR?

Thank God, now this slag is gradually disappearing. Politics is politics, sport is sport. Don't mix. Well, the fact that people are happy about Russia's victory over the United States is their right. Why should they cry or what? Or immediately turn on the Internet and read what horrible country do they live in? Brad.

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