April 2, 2008, - 11:34 am

In Prep for Beijing Olympics, Deer Penis Off the Chinese Athlete Menu; George W. Still on it

By Debbie Schlussel
I’ve previously noted how the Chinese have ordered restaurants to take such “delicacies,” like shark fin, off the menu to show the world how “humanitarian” the country is. But it’s just window dressing. Still on the menu throughout China is slave labor, repression, and persecution–all courtesy of Mao’s Communism.
The same goes for the latest story of China’s “make-over” efforts. The country has banned deer penis, turtle blood, and angelica root potions from athletes’ diets. The cover story is that China believes these concoctions might not pass muster with stricter anti-doping rules. But the real reason, just like the banning of shark fin soup, is to make us think more highly of the Communist enslaving nation.
We’re not buying it. But, sadly, George W. Bush apparently is. He’s adamant about attending the Olympics and said in a press conference that he’s attending the even as an individual because it’s a major sporting event, but that it doesn’t symbolize his condoning of the awful Chinese human rights violations.


Um, hello . . . ? This man is the leader of the free world. He’s the President of the United States, which is supposed to have the moral high ground on issues of freedom and human rights. Any time he attends anything in a foreign nation, it symbolizes his acceptance, acquiescence to, and approval of the tactics of that country. That’s especially the case, whenever Bush attends Muslim or Communist nations, like China. Even Bush cannot possibly believe the poorly-fertilized excuse he’s giving for lending his presence to this “mere sporting event.”
And don’t forget that China is not only still our enemy, it’s still actively spying on us. Just Monday, Gregg Bergerson, a Defense Deapartment analyst, pleaded guilty to giving classified U.S. military information to the Chinese. Just because everything at Wal-Mart, Target, and Kmart says “Made in China,” doesn’t mean that the Chi-Coms are suddenly our allies.
Bush’s attendance at the Beijing Olypmics is a slap in the face not just to those who died in Tiananmen Square and those who continue to be executed as political prisoners, with their bodies sold to and desecrated by plastic sculpturists, but to the American people. It’s disgusting that Bush would attend the Beijing Olympics.
Fifteen Members of Congress, citing Chinese human rights abuses, urged Bush not to attend the Beijing Games. Sadly, only one Republican–pan-Islamist Dana Rohrabacher–is among them.
President Bush, don’t go to Beijing and lend your name while slavery and torture–and forced abortion–continues throughout China.
On the other hand, with Bush’s repeated pandering to Islamofascist regimes that do the same–Saudi Arabia and the like–why should we be surprised by this latest shameful gracing of his presence on a notorious human rights abusing nation?
To sum up: Deer penis off the menu for Chinese athletes. The Leader of the Free World and his tacit promotion of China, still on the menu. The Chinese will all be “feasting” on this outrageous endorsement of their regime.
All hail the Commie-lympics.


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14 Responses

Since when are deer an endangered species? I’d bet lots of suburban Americans would love to have the Chinese lop the privates off the deer destroying their lawns.

kishke on April 2, 2008 at 1:10 pm

Mmmmm…. deer penis…
Go, Bush, Go! Politics and athletics should not mix!
http://www.jewishvirtuallibrary.org/jsource/Holocaust/olympics.html. DS]

Norman Blitzer on April 2, 2008 at 1:17 pm

It’s too bad deer penis has been taken off the menu. George Bush could have used a good serving of it. It would be a good substitute for his lack of a human one.

cinerx on April 2, 2008 at 1:28 pm


American Sabrah on April 2, 2008 at 2:19 pm

I’m not surprised either. Last month the State Department upgraded China’s human rights rating. I’m sure the people of Tibet will be elated to hear that. Does this mean less people are being shot, imprisoned, relocated? Bush has appeased China since he took office just as he is appeasing Iran, Saudi Arabia, and all the other Mideast terrorists. I don’t think we have any more business in the Olympics than we do in the United Nations. The idea of accepting terrorist countries as equals is repugnant.

c f on April 2, 2008 at 3:39 pm

Someone could take that logo here, with the N at the front and the ! at the end – print it on tees – and make a million $
I myself am AGAINST the Games – not only because of Tibet, but because all along China is Communist, Red and treats its own people with the jackboots.
I’ve always marveled at American tourists going there, pretending as if nothing wrong is happening. As if there were no prison camps there, and many other evils.

allat on April 2, 2008 at 6:05 pm

He sould not go-he makes it look as though he endores the chinese gov’t, and that Americans also endorse it, even though we DO NOT!! They are also funding genocide in Darfur, and are doing nothing about it.

mindy1 on April 2, 2008 at 6:46 pm

Go, Bush, Go! Politics and athletics should not mix!
http://www.jewishvirtuallibrary.org/jsource/Holocaust/olympics.html DS]
I don’t know how a boycott in any form of the 1936 Berlin Olympics would had done anything, but you gotta be kidding me about Owens, right?!? Owens got better treatment in Nazi Germany than in his own country of America. Plus, Owens proved Hitler wrong about Aryan athletic superiority.
And as for Glickman, it was the US Olympic Committee that denied him the chance to compete.
Gee, maybe Rev. Wright had a point after all?
Quotes from Owens:
“When I passed the Chancellor he arose, waved his hand at me, and I waved back at him. I think the writers showed bad taste in criticizing the man of the hour in Germany.î
ìHitler didn’t snub meóit was FDR who snubbed me. The president didn’t even send me a telegram.”

Norman Blitzer on April 2, 2008 at 8:21 pm

Silly arguments by NB re the 1936 Olympics. RE Owens, is this another form of the Bush is Hitler argument? Owens got better treatment in Germany than here; therefore the US is just as bad as the Nazis; that’s the logic of your assertion. First, he was snubbed & insulted by Hitler and the Nazis. All blacks were ridiculed throughout the Nazi era. Re Glickman, does anyone think, for instance, that if the Olympics had been held in France, under Blum’s Popular Front government, Glickman would have been excluded? The point is that politics, generally appeasement politics, are strongly intertwined with the Olympics; the fact that Owens was successful does not change that at all.
I guess a comparable example today would be for a Tibetan to go to the China Olympics & win 4 gold medals. However, would a Tibetan really humiliate himself or herself by entering them, even if they could?

c f on April 3, 2008 at 7:04 am

You are a complete idiot, cf. Learn how to read.
From cf:
“First, he[Owens] was snubbed & insulted by Hitler and the Nazis.”
From Owens himself:
ìHitler didn’t snub meóit was FDR who snubbed me. The president didn’t even send me a telegram.”(The film of Hitler leaving the stadium when Owens win is misleading.)
[cf:The point is that politics, generally appeasement politics, are strongly intertwined with the Olympics; the fact that Owens was successful does not change that at all.]
World politics are only intertwined into the Olympics because of politicians and eggheads, not the athletes.
[cf:I guess a comparable example today would be for a Tibetan to go to the China Olympics & win 4 gold medals. However, would a Tibetan really humiliate himself or herself by entering them, even if they could?]
If a Tibetan were to win gold medals, it would be China that gets “humiliated” and even more attention would be on Tibet’s struggle.

Norman Blitzer on April 3, 2008 at 11:19 am

NB; I guess we’re halfway there; you didn’t say anything about my comments regarding Marty Glickman.

c f on April 3, 2008 at 2:55 pm

NB — I’m afraid you omitted one part of the Jesse Owens quote; he also stated he wasn’t invited to shake hands with Hitler. That is a snub. The insult is the constant Nazi barrage about a Master Race and ridicule of Blacks over the entire life of Nazi Germany. If I was anything other than the Master Race, I would certainly be insulted by these rantings, and terrified by the barbaric actions following these rantings, although I did this partial quote on a website which also contained no attribution.
Your’re right; if a Tibetan were to win gold medals, China would be humiliated; but that just makes the point about the political nature of the Olympics. It has always been there; can’t be avoided, and is comparable to Owens winning four gold medals. It blasted the Master Race ideology, at least for a short time.
Your assertion about the athletes not being involved in Olympic politics suffers from two defects: 1) it is not true. Look at the 1968 Olympics with their Black Power salutes. In a broader sense the Communist countries always used the Olympics as a metaphor for their societies when they won medals.
In contrast, there were many patriotic U.S. athletes in the Olympics who realized were grateful to their country for giving them the opportunity to compete internationally. George Foreman may be the best example; he proudly displayed patriotic symbols upon winning his medal in the 1968 Olympics. It is insulting to the numerous patriotic athletes over the years to suggest they have no political reaction to the Olympics.
Re Roosevelt’s ‘snub’, in spite of all its defects, the US was still a country in 1936 where black people could enter the Olympics, where there could be a black heavyweight boxing champion, where blacks, even in the 30s, were able to conduct legal fights against segregation that would by the early 50s make tremendous strides forward, and be successful by the 60s.
Fortunately Nazi Germany perished, although tragically not soon enough. Do you doubt at all that any blacks unfortunate enough to live in Nazi Germany were treated as inferior citizens as not being part of the Master Race? They were non-Aryans, their music was ridiculed and attacked, as was their character, the African countries, and unlike the US, Nazi society did not contain within itself the means to progress to the point where segregation could be outlawed.

c f on April 3, 2008 at 3:16 pm

The Washington Post has a major story today (4/3) which provides updates on Chinese espionage against the US. So we go to the Olympics in a country that has a totalitarian system, spies against us, is supporting our enemies all over the world, and, if that is not enough, we mute any criticisms against them, and say nothing about Taiwan & Tibet who the Chinese are either subjugating or attempting to subjugate. Any gesture of friendliness to them will be publicized by them and their stooges as US capitulation to them — and they will be right. And here we are running around talking about encouraging them to play a ‘constructive’ role in Korea.

c f on April 3, 2008 at 3:59 pm

Hi Debbie,
I have been reading your blog for a few months, but have never commented.
This is the first time you have written something with which I disagreed.
We should remember how well the Olympic boycott of 1980 worked. There were decidedly few Soviet tanks doing u-turns to leave Afghanistan because American synchronized swimmers weren’t coming to Moscow.
The only things accomplished by that ill-conceived boyott were a repayment in kind by the Soviet bloc when they boycotted the LA games four years later, and the disappointment of hundreds of American athletes who had trained for years to compete on the grandest of stages.
As I said, although we disagree on this issue, keep up the great work! You’re a much-needed voice of reason trying to be heard over the din of political correctness.
Islam delenda est

Islam Delenda Est on April 3, 2008 at 6:25 pm

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