Not Necessary: Olympics Freestyle Skiing Course in the middle of a Nuclear Power Plant
The 2022 Olympics continue to be a complete disaster and I’m not just talking about the fact that they are in China.
Like clockwork, every Olympic Games always has their issues with the set up of event locations and the lengths they go to build new facilities and have them up and running to host the games. That’s nothing new. It’s always a shit show and rarely ever comes without any issues.
The setup of the Olympics Freestyle Skiing Course is a prime example of how ridiculous these setups can be and honestly I question the intentions of the Chinese government. I mean hell, just look at this course in the middle of a nuclear power plant. What the hell is going on here?
After the pictures zoomed out and you realize that it’s the only course in the area and directly in the middle of a nuclear power plant, you have to think this is “cap” from China, showing off their fancy nuke facility on the world stage, right? Why else would it be there? Has anyone asked?
Probably not. You can’t ask any questions in China.
I don’t think this is what Mao meant when he said “The Great Leap Forward”:
This picture looks photoshopped. But unfortunately, it’s not.
The Nuke Track is only one part of the major issues the Olympics are enduring in China this year. The COVID-19 policies are jacked up, the food is garbage, and, well, it’s in Beijing which is an automatic points deduction due to the tyrannical regime it houses.
Throughout the week, we have read a bunch of wild stories about how Olympic Athletes are being treated. To date, there are 32 athletes that have tested positive for COVID-19. Those who do test positive are then taken to an isolation facility until they’re cleared to return after negative tests.
The problem is that these “isolation chambers” are disgusting. Countless numbers of athletes have reported that there simply is not enough food, inedible meals, and no training equipment. The virus is the least of their concerns.
Lackluster Olympics Meals
Apparently the meals include plain pasta, an orange sauce, charred meat on a bone, a few potatoes, and no greens. Reports say that athletes found the food nearly “impossible” to eat and that they are losing a lot of weight and are completely exhausted due to the living conditions.
Jesus Christ, who’s doing the menu planning over there? Michelle Obama?
I bet the Chinese athletes’s meals have far higher nutritional standards. Former American skier Gu Ailing (formerly Eileen Gu) is probably chowing down on some quality authentic Chinese cuisine. Meanwhile, the Americans are getting what we feed our public school students. How is that fair?
It’s clear the goodwill China wanted to build with the rest of world with the 2008 Summer Olympics is no longer a priority.