U.S. Olympic Team’s Western Uniforms Stitched with Cloaking Optic Fibers – American Athletes Actually Wearing Traditional Chinese Clothing!

London, England --

It is not only that the U.S. Olympic team’s uniforms bear the label ‘Made in China’ instead of ‘Made in America’ that has Republicans and Democrats upset. But that American Olympians are in fact actually wearing traditional Chinese clothing made to appear Western-looking by way of Chinese cloaking optic fibers sewn into the material.

Although designed by American fashion icon, Ralph Lauren, this year’s American athletic uniforms at the 2012 Olympics have been manufactured in China, which was recently discovered to have used a new stealth technology developed by its military.

“All for the purpose of spreading the propaganda of Chinese supremacy to its citizens,” said a United States Congressman, a Republican who voted for the passage of legislation in favor of the World Trade Organization (WTO) and North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA). “But we’ll show them we’re still number one!”

Sometime during the Olympic broadcast a switch will be thrown, activating the Chinese cloaking optic fibers.

Billions of Chinese watching the international sporting event back home on their TV sets will see the U.S. Olympic team dressed not in Ralph Lauren, but in traditional Chinese clothing, spanning all three centuries of the Ming Dynasty.

Meanwhile, back in the U.S.A., Americans, although watching the very same TV coverage will be receiving a coded broadcast signal. Which will activate the cloaking optic fibers sewn into the U.S. Olympic team uniforms, making them appear Western.

“You tell me America,” said a Congresswoman, a Democrat who also voted in favor of free trade legislation. “Do you want our American athletes to have to answer when asked: Excuse me, are you wearing Ralph Lauren? No, I’m wearing Ming’?”

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