Yes, the Chinese, institutionalised sports factories have been pretty common knowledge for quite some time.Olympic factory. Yuck if true.
China may have finished second in the Olympic medal table at the Tokyo Olympics, but it wasn’t for lack of trying to be number one.www.news.com.au
Remember the 1990s where Chinese women swimmers and distance runners burst onto the scene from nowhere? That came through these systems, aided with a whole heap of dru……uhemm….sorry, what I meant to say was, traditional Chinese herbal supplements.
I have seen a few articles where people chewed up and spat out by that system were interviewed. Now young adults, unemployable, with broken bodies/chronic health problems, with the majority of their life still to live. Abandoned by the state and destined to live that life sleeping in train stations and begging in the street.
The CCP don’t tell you the countless thousands they simply chew through and break on the way to finding that one in a million who is capable of competing at Olympic level.
And the grotesque lengths they will go to, such as giving female gymnasts puberty blockers, to delay (or even prevent) them developing a mature womanly body. Who knows the later side effects of this.
Don’t doubt for a moment that they aren’t watching intently how the transgender issue plays out. If they are willing to give puberty blockers to pre-pubescent girls, it is not a stretch to suggest they would deliberately identify talented adolescent boys, or young adult men who won’t quite cut it at the absolute top end of male sports. So chemically transition them (perhaps coercively) just enough to female, to scrape inside the arbitrary standards being made up on the fly by sports administrators.