He did it again. The anarchists of the “last generation” gained access to the tracks in ski races even before the top five. Climate activists then invaded the target area and sprayed orange paint on the snow. Security forces then intervened and escorted the workers out of the area reserved for athletes. The message “Listen to the Climate Council” can be read on signs.
The anger of the audience was immense. TV images also showed an angry Henrik Kristoffersson in Finnish territory. The Norwegian panicked and wanted to attack a worker, but security guards stopped him. The race had to be interrupted for about ten minutes.
However, ORF caused irritation online. Oliver Polzer used the live broadcast to find words of praise for the campaign: “Very important message,” said the ORF commentator. Furthermore, Polzer once again pointed out that there are no restrictions on public broadcasting. “We will definitely show you these pictures. And there is no threat to us, not even to the Bnei Raich,” Polzer said, alluding to a “misunderstanding” during a live broadcast in Sölden two weeks ago (eXpress reports). Oliver Polzer immediately added, “But athletes should not be hindered while practicing their sports.”
His head shook at X. Political advisor Heimo Lepuschitz was angered by the public broadcasting. “Attitude ORF. Climate adhesives disrupt slalom in gurgle. Well, a green event. The audience whistles, ORF commentators cheer about the “very important” message. Are you crazy?” criticized Lepuschitz and also tagged ORF General Director Roland Weissmann in his contribution.