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While the incident has once again set the Sochi terror-alarms ringing, on the lighter side, the incident, it is believed to have been carried out in the blind zeal of an ardent 'drunk' fan, who merely wanted to watch the Winter Olympics.
Armed with an Irish accent that denotes Shaw's authorial presence as much as it does Joan's peasant background, Duff radiates the blind zeal of the intransigent teenager Joan actually was.
The tribes did not create this crisis: It is the mismanaged consequence of a political economy pursued with blind zeal by the immigrant society that colonized the Northwest 150 years ago.