세상이야기 나는 한겨레 기사가 더 당황스럽다. 2011/07/08 19:40 by 無碍子


한편, 뉴욕타임스가 부패한 올림픽 위원이라고 보도한 이건희 올림픽위원회 위원이 회장으로 있는 삼성은 보도자료를 내어 “이명박 대통령이 2009년 말 이건희 올림픽위원회 위원을 특별 사면해 동계 올림픽 유치 활동에 나서게 하고, 직접 더반까지 와서 펼친 막판 부동표 잡기가 평창의 득표에 큰 도움이 됐다”며 이명박 대통령에게 공을 돌렸다.

한겨레 NYT “한국 올림픽 위원들의 부패에 당황했다”

이명박 대통령이 봉급 한 푼 받지 않고(봉급 받아 다 기부했다는 게 진실) 대통령질 한다는 거 알면 당황 정도가 아니라 기절하겠군.


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  • 후까시 2011/07/08 20:05 # 답글

    역시 허재현이군요 ㅋㅋㅋ
  • 울군 2011/07/08 20:18 # 답글

    기자부터 보는 습관이 생기겠다
  • 海凡申九™ 2011/07/08 20:19 #

    제목만 봐도
  • 캐안습 2011/07/08 21:57 # 답글

    오오미... 역시 명불허전 허재현..!!! ㄲㄲㄲㄲ
  • 지나가다 2011/07/08 23:16 # 삭제 답글

    민족정론지가 어련하나요. 민족의 반역자 역적패당 MB가 하는일은 뭐든지 씹어야 직성이 풀리니 원. 이제 저것들은 언론도 아닙니다.

    이번 평창 올림픽 유치 기사 비중도 볼만했어요. 모든 신문들이 대문에 헤드라인 크게 뽑아 올림픽 유치를 보도 할 때 MB때문에 배곯은 민족정론지께서는 올림픽 기사는 한참 아래로 내렸죠. 지금 생각하면 스크린샷이라도 하나 찍어놓을 걸 그랬다 싶네요.
  • ... 2011/07/08 23:46 # 삭제 답글

    허재현도 이제 조현호처럼 이름팔이할 생각인가.
  • 대공 2011/07/09 00:18 # 답글

    뉴욕 타임즈 본문도 볼 수 있었으면 좋겠네요
  • 과객 2011/07/09 04:43 # 삭제 답글

    한겨레 기사 처럼 앞 뒤 다 잘라내고 입맛대로 포장하면 감칠맛 나는 선정적이고 선동적인 기사가 됩니다.

    http://www.nytimes.com/2011/07/07/sports/2018-winter-olympics-go-to-south-korea.html?scp=2&sq=Pyeongchang&st=cse

    The Winter Olympics were awarded for the first time to South Korea on Wednesday as the alpine resort of Pyeongchang was named host of the 2018 Games.

    Pyeongchang had been a persistent candidate for a decade, finishing second to Vancouver in the voting for the 2010 Games and to Sochi, Russia, for the 2014 Olympics. It built its successful candidacy for 2018 on a proposal to expand access to winter sports in the populous and lucrative Asian market.
    The South Korean city won overwhelmingly on the first ballot of a secret vote of delegates of the International Olympic Committee, receiving 63 votes, compared with 25 for Munich and 7 for Annecy, France. Voting took place at a general assembly of the I.O.C. in Durban, South Africa.
    “There is maybe a lesson in the achievement of Pyeongchang,” Jacques Rogge, the president of the I.O.C., said at a news conference. “Patience and perseverance have prevailed.”
    Pyeongchang will be the third Asian city to host the Winter Games, after Sapporo, Japan, in 1972 and Nagano, Japan, in 1998. Its budget for 2018 was far greater than the other bids — $1.5 billion for the actual Games and $2 billion to $6 billion for infrastructure projects, according to news reports, as Pyeongchang seeks to become a regional winter sports hub.
    The South Korean candidacy also enjoyed widespread public support, which the I.O.C. considers an important factor. Its plan to have all events within 30-minute’s drive from Pyeongchang apparently was also appealing. And the Olympic delegates seemingly were swayed by the fact that South Korea’s president, Lee Myung-bak, traveled to Durban to make a personal pitch for the 2018 Games.
    But the most persuasive factor in Pyeongchang’s bid may have been the chance to further expand the popularity of winter sports in a country that had not previously hosted the Winter Olympics. Pyeongchang is about 100 miles east of Seoul, the South Korean capital, which has a population of more than 10 million.
    Andrew Judelson, the chief revenue and marketing officer for the United States Ski and Snowboard Association, said in a statement, “The Olympics will benefit from returning to Asia and especially Korea, which has become a major global business center.”
    In a final pitch to I.O.C. delegates on Wednesday, Pyeongchang’s bid leaders displayed a map showing that 19 of the previous 21 Winter Games had been held in Europe and North America, suggesting it was time to give Asia another chance.
    Wednesday’s vote was in keeping with recent attempts by the Olympics and soccer’s World Cup to bring the world’s biggest sporting events to places where they had not been previously held. The 2014 Winter Games will go to Russia for the first time and the 2016 Summer Games will be held for the first time in South America, with Rio de Janeiro as host.
    The motto of the Pyeongchang bid was “new horizons,” which Cho Yang-ho, the bid committee’s chairman, described as an opportunity to “expand winter sports to new regions of the world and give opportunity to new peoples to access to the Winter Games.”
    Park Yong-sung, head of the South Korean Olympic Committee, said that Pyeongchang’s victory “gave new hope for those developing countries, because in the past we think the Olympics are only for the rich and big countries.”
    South Korea has shown its ability to organize major international sporting events over the past two decades. In addition to being the host of the 1988 Summer Olympics, South Korea was the co-host with Japan of the 2002 World Cup.
    Yet, corruption involving high-ranking Olympic officials from South Korea has also brought embarrassment to the I.O.C. Kim Un-yong, a former I.O.C. vice president, resigned in 2005 after being convicted of embezzlement. Lee Kun-hee, the chairman of Samsung, an Olympic sponsor, relinquished his duties as an I.O.C. delegate in 2008 and was convicted of tax evasion; he was later pardoned and resumed his role with the I.O.C. last year.
    Park, the head of South Korea’s Olympic Committee, was convicted of embezzlement but pardoned in 2007. Cho, the chairman of Pyeongchang’s bid committee and of Korean Air, was charged with tax evasion in 1999 and given a three-year prison term, but settled with the government for $12 million.
    The news of Pyeongchang’s victory came near midnight in South Korea. In the resort, villagers danced and waved national and Olympic flags.
    “This is a victory for the people of South Korea,” Lee, the country’s president, said from Durban.
    Choe Sang-hun reported from Seoul, South Korea.
  • 종익이 2011/07/09 10:53 # 삭제 답글

    이명박 서울시장 건보료 아끼려 수위동원 법인 만들어 월 보험료 만 이천원에서 만오천원 냈죠..여기 글 쓴 분들중에 건보료 그정도 내는 분들 하나도 없을듯..무주택자도 아니고.. 그 후 그 사건이 불거지고 서울시장 되자 본인도 찔리고 창피한 나머지 참회의 뜻으로 시장 재직시 월급 한푼도 안 받겠다, 한 겁니다.. 사람들은 전후사정을 모르고 월급 안 받고 청소부 줬다고 고것만 떠드는데..

    대통 된 후는 재단 만들어 "오빠, 나 이번에 청와대 안 들여보내 주면 울어버릴거야~잉!" 의 그 유명한 청와대 박미석 수석 등 온갖 소망교회 측근, 집사, 비서, 딸, 사위 동원해 재단 이사, 감사로 앉힙니다.. 그래야 돈 한푼이라도 허투루 쓰지않지..빌 게이츠는 기부할 때 재단도 만들지만 또 현금으로 그냥 다른데 맡기는 게 더 많더만.. 이명박에게 바랄 걸 바라야지.. 재단 만들어 놓으면 평생 가죠..
    이자놀이해서 원금은 가지고 있으면서 남들 보기에는 큰 돈 베푸는 것처럼 보이고.. 얼마나 좋아요..
    죽을때까지 짱구 굴리는데는 일가견이 있으셔..
  • botw 2011/07/09 12:17 #

    어쨌던 자기 재산 내놓아 재단 만든 것이 그래도 현직 대통령으로 있으면서 아태재단 모금한 사람이나, 박연차한테 돈 받아 미국에 딸 집 사줬다 자살한 사람보다야 좀 낫지 않습니까?
  • ㅇㄴㅇ 2011/07/09 17:38 # 삭제

    모 대통령은 아태재단에 자기가 기증한 재산 이상을 되돌려 받았다죠? ㅎㅎ
    아! 내가 받았다는 말할 필요도 없죠.ㅋㅋ
  • 마즈 2011/07/09 18:03 #

    아태재단관련 무제기사는 못보신듯;;ㅋㅋㅋㅋㅋㅋㅋㅋㅋㅋㅋㅋ
  • 먹통XKim 2012/07/12 21:43 # 답글

    그런데 올림픽이 깨끗한 곳은 아니죠....

    헌데......어디만 그렇다고 하는 거냐...?
  • 2014/09/10 08:50 # 삭제 답글

    쓰기를 대단히 감사합니다.
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