Free to Not Be Free at Olympics
Athletes who display Tibetan flags at Olympic venues — including in their own rooms — could be expelled from this summer’s Games in Beijing under anti-propaganda rules.
Jacques Rogge, the president of the International Olympic Committee (IOC), said that competitors were free to express their political views but faced sanctions if they indulged in propaganda. [Read]
What? Free to express political views buy not indulge in propaganda? What they Chinese are saying is, "You better not express anything, or the state will punish!"
Quiet, the Chinese government is in the house.