The crazy and corrupt world of the Beijing Olympics

Gstaad, Switzerland

Sports fans, did you enjoy the concentration camp Olympics? I’m sure the Uyghurs in the Chinese gulag are riveted, especially watching the descent, the problem being that most of the million Muslim prisoners were given televisions made in Equatorial Guinea, devices that only show crocodiles being swallow humans.

Joe Biden, meanwhile, avoided the Games and sent a message via pigeon to the Chinese: “You are completely irrelevant when it comes to King Kong and unless you sign the Schleswig-Holstein agreement, do not don’t do it. expect Americans to attend the premiere of Lady Butterfly.” Well done, Joe, you’ve finally realized the ‘yellow menace’, as some of us old timers used to say in the 1950s. Except now they have cars instead of rickshaws. -shoots, and atomic bombs. Biden also threatened to send the Seventh Fleet if China attacked Taipan, triggering taipan Lord Kadoorie in Hong Kong to demand an explanation.

That China operates outside the bounds of human rights is undeniable. In DC, it’s suddenly attack season on the Chinese – just look at the latest bulletins from the White House. Biden warned the Chinese against greed, hubris and overeating, but also signaled “Emperor Hirohito not to interfere with the Olympics in Manchuria.” It impressed the Bagel Hours editorial board, which described Biden’s message as “robust, full of sudden ideas and profound.” Coupled with Kamala’s caution towards Chiang Kai-shek, whom the newspaper describes as a “fearless and distinctive voice”.

Our own Boris may have also stayed away from the Olympics, but sent non-stop cheers to the British team, promising not only Prosecco and a garden party when they return, but also dirty photos of Petronella Wyatt taken before he became Prime Minister. (For the male Olympians, that is, unless some of the women ask for a peek.) Boris, however, has been eerily quiet about the disappearance of tennis ace Peng Shuai who once played mixed doubles with him and incurred the wrath of his current wife. Or maybe it was a precedent; this writer is old and has lost count. IOC President – the IOC being the World Sports Health Organization – Thomas Bach had previously called Peng and the latter said she was fine, had forgiven Boris and was training for Wimbledon 2020 next year . Peng plans to enter doubles with Fan Bingbing, the actress. Fan Bingbing will play on the left court as his one-handed backhand return is known as the best in China. The Peng-Bingbing team is as good at winning as the Greek team Kyrgios-Kokkinakis who just won the men’s doubles at the Australian Open and have already had their image carved in stone at the Acropolis.

The IOC is following in the footsteps of corporations, financiers and sports leagues that do thriving business with China and end up complicit in the regime’s crimes by keeping silent while raking it in. The lofty ideals the Olympics are meant to represent have been compared to Biden’s mutilation of the English language, though many left-wing activists believe otherwise. When I spoke at the White House, a lovely assistant showed me the president himself. Barely believing my luck, I politely asked Biden what he thought of the concentration camp games: “Pestiferous pustular poisoning is what white privilege is,” he replied, then, talking to his wife while I was still on the line, he added, “Food will do every time.” He then hung up.

Olympic athletes and teams receive crucial corporate funding. When I contacted Coca-Cola headquarters about the Chinese concentration camps, a spokesperson burped quite loudly, then burped again and again, then hung up. But to be fair, at least Biden didn’t attend the games in Chongli, 120 miles north of Beijing and the world’s artificial snow headquarters, unlike George W. Bush, the war hero who traveled to Beijing in 2008 and legitimized the brutal repression in Tibet. At the time, I challenged George W. about Tibet, but all he said was that Tibet was Saddam Hussein’s birthplace, so a legitimate target. He then called me an asshole. Such are the joys of challenging the great and the powerful.

Whatever, I can take it. And things are looking up. Chiang Kai-shek has been put on notice, as has Emperor Hirohito, and the commies of Peking seriously fear that the Americans will not be present. Lady Butterfly, Chopin’s last opera which exposes Poland’s crimes against the Soviets and Nazi Germany. Time passes.

This article was originally published in The spectatorthe British magazine. Subscribe to the global edition here.

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