It’s been all over the news that American olympic swimmers shamed not only themselves but their entire country at the 2016 Olympics in Rio by creating a fake armed robbery story to cover their own drunken vandalism.
But if you look at the story for longer than five minutes, which hardly anyone likely will, you start to see how manufactured this event appears to be… and why.
First, here’s what supposedly happened that night (via LA Times):
Earlier this week, Lochte told NBC’s “Today” that he and his teammates had been celebrating at the France House much of the night and were taking a cab back to the Olympic village when they were pulled over by armed men posing as police.
Hm. Sounds familiar. Continuing:
Relying on security-camera video and witness accounts, authorities presented a starkly different version.
Video from the gas station shows the four swimmers arriving after 6 a.m. Sunday and rushing into the building. After they exited, three red-shirted staffers peered inside where the swimmers allegedly broke a door and ripped a soap dispenser from the wall.
But it gets worse:
Images from another camera next showed the swimmers in a different area of the gas station. One had fallen onto his back and was helped up by a teammate. The four sat on a curb and could be seen in animated conversation with a person out of view of the camera.
The swimmers eventually stood up and left after paying for the damages.
So, we’re supposed to believe that four well-known American celebrity Olympic swimmers — while at the Olympics — ignored knowledge common to most young children that gas stations routinely have surveillance cameras…
Got wasted, made a huge drunken public scene in front of gas station employees on tape, then to press the message home, randomly trashed the gas station bathroom… then paid for the damages (mixed reports on whether or not they were forced to pay for the damage at gunpoint)… again, all on camera… and again, while being olympians at the Olympics?
But that’s not all!
Then when they got caught, in a highly publicized removal from their plane home to the U.S., ringleader Ryan Lochte now admits he lied about what happened using the exact same plot of what actually did happen to a foreign athlete who was robbed at gunpoint by military police in Rio just a few weeks before the Olympics started?
And we’re actually supposed to buy this ridiculous story?
Wait, am I suggesting it all seems a tad bit staged? (If not completely fabricated?) But… why would they do that, you might ask?
Because all that’s been in the news about the Olympics prior to this event is what a human excrement-filled (yes literally human excrement-filled) failure the 2016 Olympics in Rio has been.
Again from LA Times:
The turn of events took at least some of the pressure off Rio 2016 organizers, who have been beset with issues of logistics, venues and security through the first 12 days of the Games.
“The reality is there have been some real problems in Rio,” said Lowell Gustafson, a Villanova University professor who studies Latin America. “But now it’s the Americans who come out looking bad rather than the Brazilians.”
And Brazil is demanding an apology for the whole country:
“They owe an apology, not only to the police, but all of Brazil,” said Maria Jose Rocha, an 87-year-old retired lawyer who lives near the police station where Bentz and Conger gave their statements Thursday. “They disrespected us and underestimated our justice system.”
And that’s what people will remember, too: those crazy, rude, stupid, lying, white privilege-having, First World problem-riddled American swimmers and not everything else that has gone to absolute hell at the 2016 Olympics in Rio.
Ryan Lochte, by the way, isn’t just an olympic swimmer; he’s also a former reality TV star:
Police said the other swimmers told them Lochte — who was the subject of a 2013 reality television series on E! called “What Would Ryan Lochte Do?” — was the most “upset” and in the most “altered” state.
Did some olympians just take one for the team?
By the way, if they were so altered, a huge no-no for Olympians, why didn’t the International Olympic Committee test them for substances? The IOC testing rules state that they can randomly test all athletes whether in or out of competition until closing ceremony is over (not that it would matter if they did by now, but the point is, they didn’t).
Why all this trouble to save some olympic face?
Because the Olympics are the bread and circuses of the masses, and as such, must be upheld as a glittering jewel of entertainment, to get people to identify proudly with their national character, to be proud of their masters and their control structure.
Think Hunger Games.
And this how our modern world is run, ladies and gentlemen. False flags, propaganda, and psyops, oh my.
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