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Fascist Estonia.

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Last month visited sambo championship in Estonia with my son. This year fights took place in Tallinn (September 21-24). Came there from Israel and what I'm here to say is that for our being in the capital of Estonia (3 days only) I personally felt full feeling palette, starting it from constant outlook and ending with wild fear and loathing. For the very first day of tournament my son heard in his address hundreds of swear-words and invectives. Shameless Estonian public hooted every time announcer named my son and the country he came from. But that was still not even a half of it! The next day my son in his locker room received an anonymous letter saying: "Jew! Your main match is waiting you on your way back this evening. Watch your back!" Happily at my request the competitions' organizers gave us personal guard that evening. The third fight day unluckily was the last one for my son at the Tallinn's tournament - haven't yet he lost his fight Estonian police with all their blinking lights on took us to the airport. So even country's police in Estonia do little against their fascist radical youths - much easier it turned for them to show us the door. SHAME!

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