It is common knowledge that, in spite of
recent crackdowns, American athletics remains infested with performance enhancing substances. Recent big name drug/doping
users include Olympic sprinter Tyson Gay, tennis champion Serena Williams (apparently), Baseball Super-Stars Alex Rodriguez
and Ryan Braun, cycling legend Lance Armstrong, and God only knows who else hasn't been discovered yet. The problem is also
widespread among America's college and High School athletes as well.
That the Globo-Zionist Times would launch a front page anti-India piece based
on the drug use of its athletes is therefore as comical as it is hypocritical. This propaganda piece is especially jaw dropping
because, outside of cricket, India is not known for athletic accomplishments. No offense to our Indian readers, but it's true.
Scientists, Doctors, Software Engineers, 7/11 owners - yes. World Cup soccer players, sprinters, weight lifters, swimmers
- not exactly.
2013, India was hit with about 20 front page smear pieces by The Times, mostly centering on its rape problem (as if American
girls never get raped!), and "corruption" (unlike the pure-as-snow Obongo administration!). Though
Russia and China were hit with about 50 attacks apiece in 2013, India and Brazil led the 2nd tier.
During that same period of time, not once did The Times run an embarrassing
piece aimed at NATO allies France, Britain, Canada, or Germany.
Hmmmm. Russia, China,
Brazil, and India. What do those nations all have in common? Well, they happen to be the founding members of the independent
BRICS trading bloc, Brazil-Russia-India-China (recently expanded to include South Africa). India's other "crime"
is its friendly cooperation with the arch-villain of the Zionists, Iran.
These childish anti-BRICS hit pieces, aimed at undermining investment,
have become tiresome, and show no sign of letting up for 2014. Indeed, The Times goofy antics grow more ridiculous by the