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Save our Olympic Athletes! Pull out of the Genocide Games NOW!

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I write to you and other leaders to appeal for your urgent intervention on behalf of our Olympians and Paralympians who now risk serious harm if they participate in the Winter Games in Beijing next month. The International Olympic Committee (IOP) has announced that there will be no change in the schedule for these games – despite the mounting evidence that China is experiencing dangerous outbreaks of Covid-19 and perhaps other deadly diseases.

Chinese assurances that arrangements to protect foreign athletes and support personnel – and for that matter, sponsors – ring hollow given the lies the PRC regime has consistently promoted from the moment it was caught disseminating the Covid-19 virus around the world. What matters is what China’s government is doing.

In recent days, huge Chinese cities have been subjected to forcible lock-down, including the 13 million residents of Xi’an. Their confinement is reportedly being enforced by 40,000 police officers and many thousands more undercover cops and informants. Some of those thus effectively imprisoned are said to be famished and starving.

This draconian response seems to reflect the dire nature of the Covid-19 threat in China at the moment, prompting speculation that a new, more dangerous strain of the disease is involved. There are also reports that the Chinese are contending with deadly hemorrhagic fever.

Under these circumstances, our Olympians are not likely to be subjected simply to arbitrary – and performance-degrading – quarantines, face the involuntary mining of their DNA and be implicated involuntarily in the apparent endorsement of the Chinese Communist Party’s genocidal oppression of Uyghur Muslims and other minorities. They may actually be in danger of severe illness, or worse.

In addition, the U.S. Olympic and Paralympic Committee (USOPC) has failed to address this thorny issue: What if the athletes protest the CCP’s genocide against the Uyghurs, or other human rights atrocities? What will the CCP do – arrest them? What will the IOC and the USOPC do – allow them to be arrested, or stand up for the rights of athletes to peaceful free speech?

But for the evident desire not to prompt harsh retaliation by the Chinese government, it seems clear that neither the USOPC nor the IOC would contemplate sending the world’s athletes and their supporting staff into such an environment. Fear of the CCP’s bullying, however, must not take precedence over the safety and wellbeing, to say nothing of the lives, of our Olympians.

Consequently, I call on the U.S. Olympic and Paralympic Committee to act immediately to recommend that America’s premier athletes and their coaches, trainers, etc. not participate in the Beijing Winter Games. Such a recommendation should be accompanied by a commitment by the USOPC to make every effort to find an appropriate alternative location, hopefully in the near future, for these Olympians to compete with their international peers.

Thank you!
YOUR NAME

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PETITION:

Ms. Susanne Lyons
Chair
U.S. Olympic and Paralympic Committee
Colorado Springs, Colorado

Dear Chair Lyons:

We petition you and the other members of the U.S. Olympic and Paralympic Committee to appeal for your urgent intervention on behalf of our Olympians and Paralympians who now risk serious harm if they participate in the Winter Games in Beijing next month. The International Olympic Committee (IOP) has announced that there will be no change in the schedule for these games – despite the mounting evidence that China is experiencing dangerous outbreaks of Covid-19 and perhaps other deadly diseases.

Chinese assurances that arrangements to protect foreign athletes and support personnel – and for that matter, sponsors – ring hollow given the lies the PRC regime has consistently promoted from the moment it was caught disseminating the Covid-19 virus around the world. What matters is what China’s government is doing.

In recent days, huge Chinese cities have been subjected to forcible lock-down, including the 13 million residents of Xi’an. Their confinement is reportedly being enforced by 40,000 police officers and many thousands more undercover cops and informants. Some of those thus effectively imprisoned are said to be famished and starving.

This draconian response seems to reflect the dire nature of the Covid-19 threat in China at the moment, prompting speculation that a new, more dangerous strain of the disease is involved. There are also reports that the Chinese are contending with deadly hemorrhagic fever.

Under these circumstances, our Olympians are not likely to be subjected simply to arbitrary – and performance-degrading – quarantines, face the involuntary mining of their DNA and be implicated involuntarily in the apparent endorsement of the Chinese Communist Party’s genocidal oppression of Uyghur Muslims and other minorities. They may actually be in danger of severe illness, or worse.

In addition, the U.S. Olympic and Paralympic Committee (USOPC) has failed to address this thorny issue: What if the athletes protest the CCP’s genocide against the Uyghurs, or other human rights atrocities? What will the CCP do – arrest them? What will the IOC and the USOPC do – allow them to be arrested, or stand up for the rights of athletes to peaceful free speech?

But for the evident desire not to prompt harsh retaliation by the Chinese government, it seems clear that neither the USOPC nor the IOC would contemplate sending the world’s athletes and their supporting staff into such an environment. Fear of the CCP’s bullying, however, must not take precedence over the safety and wellbeing, to say nothing of the lives, of our Olympians.

Consequently, we call on the U.S. Olympic and Paralympic Committee to act immediately to recommend that America’s premier athletes and their coaches, trainers, etc. not participate in the Beijing Winter Games. Such a recommendation should be accompanied by a commitment by the USOPC to make every effort to find an appropriate alternative location, hopefully in the near future, for these Olympians to compete with their international peers.

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