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Author Topic: Ari meets Jean  (Read 783 times)

Offline Scott

Ari meets Jean
« on: September 29, 2009, 03:34:44 PM »
Chris Balfe at Pitpass claims that this clip shows how the boys club doesn't want to let Ari in, even for a photo op.  He claims that is why Bernie was so mad that he shoved Ari afterwards....I've watched it a couple of times, and I'd say it is more likely that Bernie was mad that Ari practically stepped on Bernie on his way to the handshake.  We don't know what happened before though...perhaps Ari was politely waiting to shake Jean's hand before this and they plowed past him.  You be the judge:

Here is the article from Chris Balfe:

The Honey Badger doesn't give a...

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Re: Ari meets Jean
« Reply #1 on: October 01, 2009, 01:13:37 AM »

the FIA is a dictatorship comfortable with itself.

As such it fears "outsiders" like ARI who is committed to reforming the FIA and bringing it, screaming as necessary, into the third millenium and ending their reign.
"In a Democracy, civil dissent and even disobedience is a responsibility and a duty. Indeed, the extent dissent is tolerated is in itself a test of a Democracy."

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