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Two-time Olympic gold medallist, Yohan Blake, of Jamaica has stated that he would rather miss the Tokyo Olympic Games than take the coronavirus vaccine. That’s rich coming from an athlete that served a doping ban.

Blake told the Jamaican Gleaner of his position.

“My mind still stays strong, I don’t want the vaccine,” Blake said.

“I would rather miss the Olympics than take the vaccine.”

“I am happy.”

“I don’t want to get into it right now, but I have my reasons.”

Blake has his reasons and it is nice that he is happy. You know, no one wants an unhappy Yohan Blake. But saying he has his reasons is also rich. Somehow the entire world must have fallen under the spell of a scientific community and is bedazzled by the rhetoric about this mysterious virus that has killed over 2,544,828 as of this writing. And somehow, he knows information that highly educated scientists the world over have missed and the worst part is he is not sharing it. We beg of you, Yohan, please share your secret knowledge.

Methylhexanamine is considered dangerous and Blake took it

Somehow the cricketer-cum-sprinter missed the well-documented dangers of the stimulant Methylhexanamine. It is marketed as an inhaled nasal decongestant. It was removed from the market during the 1970s.

However, since 2006, methylhexanamine has been sold under many names as a stimulant or energy-boosting dietary supplement. But its safety has been questioned as a number of adverse events and at least five deaths have been associated with methylhexanamine-containing supplements. It is banned by the World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) and its names are published for public consumption by WADA. It is the athlete’s responsibility to govern what they consume. He should know that if he knows of some secret diabolical plan to vaccinate the world for spurious reasons.

Despite multiple warning letters from the FDA as of 2019, the stimulant remains available in sports and weight loss supplements.

Blake and several other Jamaican athletes were okay with taking this drug that has been associated with causing death. He is not okay with taking the coronavirus vaccine.

Blake recently opened the Yohan Blake Health and Wellness Centre.

He told the Gleaner, “not too many persons are doing dry laser treatment that would go directly to the muscle and also the shock wave and the new ultrasound stem machine that reaches to the muscle. It’s going to be a wide range of [methods], getting athletes to recover faster so that they can get back to competition. We also try not to charge an overhead price.”

Mysterious methods not used elsewhere. I wonder if the medical practitioners that will be employed at the Yohan Blake Health and Wellness Centre understand science enough to take the vaccine when it is rolled out. And will methylhexanamine be found in the cupboards?

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