The Anglo-Saxon sports mafia has lost its conscience


Humiliation, power, and money are a classic gentleman's, more precisely, an Anglo-Saxon set. Political passion in the sports arena, which began in 2015 and reached its climax in 2016 at the Olympics in Rio de Janeiro, flare up with renewed vigor. The Bundestag said in advance that Russia is unworthy to participate in the Games-2018, and the International Olympic Committee (IOC) is going to impose sanctions against Russia in October.

A new round of scandal fell on the upcoming London World Athletics Championships, which will begin next week. 19 representatives from Russia will participate in competitions as "neutral athletes" - that is, without national symbols and a native flag.

In fact, the Anglo-Saxon sports mafia, which stands for both the IOC and WADA (the World Anti-Doping Agency) pursues quite understandable interests. Of course, this time we can see again traces of involvement of the Rockefellers and the Executive Office of the US President.

Doping and advertising

Modern high-level sports (Olympics, Paralympics, World Championships, etc.) exist at the expense of only two things: doping and advertising. It is completely commercialized, even political prestige has gone to the back burner. And in fact, the sports establishment is controlled by the West, primarily by the Anglo-Saxons. Behind them are a lot of money, but from this everything flows: money goes to money.

The human body has almost completely lost the ability to set records: without doping it is impossible. And since the purpose of sports is advertising and commerce, it is necessary to win, to occupy seats on the pedestal.

Therefore, the most important competition is a competition of stimulating drugs and a political cover for your "own" doping. Controlling international sports structures, representatives of Western countries (as it was discovered by hackers during the Olympics in Rio) allow "their" athletes to go on doping. Absolutely official, although it is not advertised. It's enough to look at Serena Williams to understand - this woman is a living embodiment of doping. And we can see something similar in many other cases.

However, since formally doping is considered "evil", the Western sports establishment fights with it where it is convenient. So Russia was made a scapegoat. Last but not least, this is due to the corruption of the Russian sports establishment and its dependence on Western structures.

Sponsors of the Olympics can be divided into three categories. In the first - the multinational giants (Coca-Cola, McDonald's, VISA, Panasonic, Samsung, Omega and others), in the second - national sponsors (supporting this Olympic or national team), in the third - local partners and suppliers.

Curiously, the head of the US Anti-Doping Agency (USADA) Travis Tigert complained to Russia in the IOC before (!) The release of the official report of WADA. Coincidence? I do not think so!

USADA, of course, is a non-independent structure. Most of the grants come directly from the US President's Executive Office. Let us recall who was the president of the United States in 2016? Barack Obama. The same one who so diligently lobbied all sorts of political and economic sanctions and isolation of Russia.

WADA is an even less independent structure. For the period from 2004 to 2015, It received not less than 21 million dollars from the United States, another 150 million - from all other states combined. Therefore, objectivity from a financially dependent Anglo-Saxon structure can not be expected.

The so-called "independent" commission, which investigated the use of doping in Russia on the basis of the German TV channel ARD, was established in early 2015. At that time, the overwhelming majority of the commission consisted of Anglo-Saxons.

Speaking about the IOC, its only source of funding is the private sector. Receiving money from large sponsors, you involuntarily take into account their financial and political interests.

For everything else there are Rockefellers and Co.

The information boom, fueled by Western media, played a key role. And then there is an extremely curious moment.

Grigory Rodchenkov's auditioned interview was published in The New York Times. This media giant is a family business, which is now headed by Arthur Oaks Sulzberger, Jr.. He is the grandson of Arthur Heis Sulzberger, one of the few trustees of the Rockefeller Foundation.

Against the background of unprecedented persecution of Russian athletes, they forget about other documentaries of the ARD channel. Before that, they had made quite high-profile inquiries about Norwegian skiers, Kenyan marathoners, and Spanish bicyclists - all used dope. By the way, not so long ago in the British press there was a serious investigation of a doping scandal in English football.

But the IOC and WADA generously forgive such "accidents".

When the Fancy Bear hackers cracked the WADA database, it became known that the organization, under the pretext of "therapeutic exclusion", officially authorized the use of doping for a number of "sick" athletes from the United States, Britain, Canada and Australia. Athletes from non-Western countries also received permission, but there are not many of them.

The trick with Meldonium was rolled out in a matter of months. "The Guardians of Order" Quickly found out which widely used drug is in Eastern Europe (in the West there are hundreds of analogues of Meldonium - and the athletes continue to swallow it in incredible amounts), then lobbied for its inclusion in the list of doping funds, hired a provocateur informant in the person of Rodchenkov (Which already had nothing to lose) and engaged in the general disqualification of Russian athletes. And they declared Meldonium "forbidden".

The conclusion is simple: the Anglo-Saxons have completely crushed international sports under their own control and have maximum opportunities to influence "independent" structures like the IOC, WADA, etc. They will continue: they will arbitrarily change the criteria for doping, turn a blind eye to their own doping terminators, and press on Our athletes.