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Two Nations to be excluded from the Games of 2012

Two Nations to be excluded from the Games of 2012

Los Angeles. - Millennium Masters Movement International Committee, announced today, two Nations will be excluded from participating in the Games of 2012. The excluded Nations are the United States and Greece.

This decision was made after long and careful consideration, according to the Chapter 11 of the Book of Regulations in the Metropolitan Map, the Movement's charter. The Chapter 11 is about the National Committees Structure and Mission / Article: Pheidias Fine.

The exclusion of a Nation from the Millennium Masters Movement Games means, also, the exclusion of all that Nation's cities to bid for and host the Games.

Therefore the Organization will not accept bids from Athens, Greece and/or all the American cities which were nominated as New York, Houston, Las Vegas, Boston, Salt Lake City, Chicago and others who would be interested to host the Games of 2012.

The Organization is not accepting bids from cities belonging in unregistered countries, either.
It is required for all nominated cities to belong in a country who is a member of our Organization, in order to bid and if elected to host the World Premiere.

The Artists of these Countries, are allowed to compete and may participate in the Games as it is stated in the Chapter 27.

"If a Nation for some reason has been excluded from the Games or it is not interested to participate, the artists may enroll under the aegis of another Nation. So, they will be possible to compete representing the Nation who sponsored them."

Greece was excluded because of the discrimination of some artists for political or ideological convictions. Non-friendly even enemy-like disposition for the Greek artists who live outside Greece and discrimination of ethnic peoples living in Greece...

The United States was excluded because of the discrimination of other Nations Cultures, discrimination of non-English sounded names and a total indifference and even a non-friendly perspective for our Organization.

Our Organization supports all those same merits declared by America's founding fathers and its drives are unity of the peoples and justification for the masters and peace. America instead of embracing MMM Games with enthusiasm was contemplated it with suspicion.

Millennium Masters Movement is one of the very few Global Institutions to inspire friendship among peoples and by encouraging a noble antagonism is fighting terrorism.

An Institution that would certainly diminish the day by day increasing anti-Americanism around the World and America's anti-World disposition from the other hand which generates the anti-Americanism.

America when is not endorsing Institutions like Millennium Masters Movement is shrinking herself instead of giving space to growth and this is very sad for a role model Nation because does not inspire the rest of the World.

All the other Nations who are interested to participate in the Games of 2012 may apply now.
The cities who were nominated from our Organization to bid for the Games and become candidates may apply, until the end of 2006.

Millennium Masters Movement, concerns Games about the creative and artistic expression in a Global scale, in every aspect and considered as the Olympics sister event.
In the Games are included 157 Events in 25 Categories, covering a vast range of fields.
MMM, is governed by a 235 page charter, the Metropolitan Map in 4 books.


Muses Goods Foundation
Millennium Masters Movement
International Committee

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