Well, the Olympics are wrapping up now. And the worst that I’ve seen in the news about Usain Bolt was the IOC President saying that, while he is an outstanding athlete, he’s also a bit immature. The very very few mentions I’ve seen of Bolt and doping in the news was the occasional mention of how he’s against drugs.
So, BLT or Kyoon, how exactly does that all fit in with your prediction of “non-stop mentioning” of Bolt in connection with him using drugs? After all, that association between Bolt and doping was supposed to be the whole point of this enormous complex Illuminati plot to “terrorise the sheep” and “destroy natural sport” and to encourage drug use. Do either of you have any clarifications to make on this diabolical conspiracy?
For that matter, answering any of the rest of the questions I asked earlier on might be nice. I noticed that the two of you only bothered to touch on one of them. I’d especially appreciate it if you could clear up these following ones, since they’re pretty much the heart of the whole thing:
Doping conspiracy - multi-purpose weapon for several agendas
1. sell evolution theory and “take pills is better” hoaxes
Doping has nothing to do with evolutionary theory. And how does saying “taking these pills is illegal and can have harmful long-term health effects, so you should use more natural methods” translate as “taking pills is better”?
2. sell “drugs improve performance of natural sports” hoax
It’s hardly a hoax, since drugs can improve performance in sports. Hence, in part, their being illegal in sports. Of course, they also often have nasty side effects, which is hardly any secret.
3. eliminate the “wrong” champions
I’m failing to see where Bolt has been eliminated. And if some all-powerful organisation wanted only certain people to be champions, why would they sit around for four years letting the guy set records? It would make much more sense to just stop him right at the start.
4. destroy natural sport
Banning unnatural enhancement destroys natural sport?
5. destroy justice
6. terrorize the sheep
I’m failing to see people cringing shivering in terror in corners, terrorised by the idea that a Jamaican athlete might have used drugs.