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No surprise Eton (Eton Dorney lake) is playing a major part in the Olympics a place where some of the most vile inbred upstarts are groomed to kiss the Royal arse before taking up major positions in the greedy London city and key positions of power that ensure the Royal parasites control everything behind the scenes.
For anyone unfamiliar with how Windsor is a major centre of power for the Royals not only because of their imposing castle that they can hide behind for their security, and by god they need that now as the peasants begin to rise up, but also it is where they hand pick the future generations of TWATS from wealthy royalist families who live off of the spoils of the parasites who use every vile trick in the book to thieve with impunity. Eton is a key centre of power for the New World Order brigade and no wonder it is such high profile during the Olympics. How much is Eton being PAID to hold those events there?
Some interesting facts about Eton Dorney.
Dorney Lake (also known as Eton College Rowing Centre, and as Eton Dorney as a 2012 Olympics venue) is a purpose-built rowing lake in England. It is located at grid reference SU929779
near the village of Dorney, Buckinghamshire, and lies near the towns of Windsor and Eton, close to the River Thames. The lake is privately owned and financed by Eton College, which spent £17 million developing it. Additional grants, totalling £500,000, were obtained from Sport England, UK Sport, the DCMS and SEEDA in order to build the lake's finish tower. The project was completed in 2006, after 10 years of construction. Although it is primarily for use by the school, the facilities are hired out for rowing, as well as for canoeing, dragon boating and triathlon training.
The lake is being used as the 2012 Summer Olympic venue for rowing and canoe sprint (the whitewater events will take place at Lee Valley White Water Centre in Hertfordshire), and as the 2012 Summer Paralympic venue for rowing. To provide for Olympic spectators, the existing facilities have been enhanced to include 20,000 additional seats; most of these seats are temporary. Construction began in October 2009 of enhancements to Dorney Lake, including a new cut-through between the competition lake and the return lane, a new bridge and an upgraded access road, funded by the Olympic Delivery Authority . During the Olympic events, Dorney Lake will be staffed by around 3,500 personnel, including volunteers. A temporary bridge links the Dorney Lake site to Windsor Racecourse, where a pick-up and drop-off point for Olympic spectators has been established.