It’s the Olympics. A worldwide event, containing the top athletes who have committed years of their lives to training in order to compete. The 2020 COVID-19 Event was initially postponed, as it occurred at the height of the Pandemic. After another year of waiting, the Olympics were finally held, but this time things were different. Many American Olympic athletes tested positive, and were banned from participating in the event. Additionally, this year’s Olympic Games hosted many bonus obstacles, such as “Woke-ism“, Coronavirus infections, and Cancel Culture, previously unseen to past competitors.
To top it off, Tokyo refused the second vaccine shot for all volunteers working the event, due to fear of a reaction to the vaccine. As a result, many athletes are being exposed to coronavirus while competing. So far in the “Olympic Village” 75 people have already tested positive for COVID-19. “The isolation bubble doesn’t work, and as infection spreads, there is a greater chance that a new variant will be born. A vaccination delay like this is not something the city should request.” satated Dr. Naoto Ueyama – Chair of the Japan Doctors Union, as reported by The Daily Beast
“The Olympic Village isn’t the type of lockdown bubble that you saw in the N.B.A.,” said Zachary Binney, a sports epidemiologist at Oxford College of Emory University. “So I think you are going to continue to see cases pop up, including among vaccinated people.”
Kentaro Kobayashi, 48, was fired from the Olympics, just hours before the event, after a Comedy routine from 1998 surfaced online featuring a joke. The 23 year old joke, which worked in the context of the comedy club, came back to haunt Kobayashi in the result of removal. Why should Comedians have to worry if their jokes offend people? What’s next, canceling actors for playing offensive roles?
“I understand that my choice of words was wrong, and regret it,” Kobayashi said in a statement. “I apologize to those who felt displeasure.” Who is he apologizing to? Why did his joke take 23 years to offend them?
Hiroshi Sasaki, 66, the original Creative Director for the ceremony, resigned in March after a magazine story revealed that he compared a popular comedian and plus-sized fashion designer [Naomi Watanabe] to a pig stating an idea for the opening ceremony “Naomi Watanabe, decked out in pig ears, tumbling from the sky as an Olympig messenger.”
The Singer, Naomi Watanabe, responded “I work with the understanding that my appearance is ridiculed,” she said in a statement through her agency, Yoshimoto. “In fact, I am happy with my figure. So, as usual, I would like to express myself as ‘Naomi Watanabe’ without overly emphasizing being fat.” She added, she wished “we can respect and recognize each person’s individuality and way of thinking.”
Hiroshi Sasaki responded to reporter’s inquiry before his resignation stating “Now many people know what I wrote. I cannot apologize enough to Ms. Watanabe,” he said, adding that he was a ‘big’ fan of hers. “I have been trying not to hurt others by making fun of diversity, gender and physical appearances. But it was a great misunderstanding. I realized my low consciousness and insensitivity.”
Naomi Watanabe recently stated that she now intends to move to the United States, where being fat and unhealthy is not only embraced, but encouraged by woke society.
Yoshiro Mori, 83, the former president of the Tokyo Organizing Committee, also stepped down for ‘sexist comments about women’. His controversial statement was that “women talk too much in meetings”. He refused to resign, backed by the approval of Japan’s government. After concerns from Olympic sponsors, and a petition to stop him, he finally succumbed to resignation. American wokeness now seeks to condemn and convert every cultural difference worldwide, to follow the sensitive ideologies of our country’s progressive alt-left. Where are the woke social justice warriors when it comes to the inhumane abuse and forced labor of the Uyghur Muslims in China?
Japanese musician Keigo Oyamada, 52, also resigned from the creative team at the olympics, after old interviews were brought to light. In these interviews he stated that during his childhood he had ‘bullied a classmate with disabilities’.
Bill Maher, calling the event “Woke Olympic – Bummer Games”, stated “[T]his is yet another example of how the woke invert the very thing that used to make liberals, liberals. Snitches and Bitches, that’s not being liberal.”