We aren’t arguing to use olympic lifts at the exclusion of squats/deadlifts/etc.!
You are strawmanning the issue as you are misrepresenting what is being said and what the discussion is even about. Please do not act as-if doing olympic lifts means using light weights, even relative to those loads that could be used in the squat or deadlift–let’s remember that CF says he never even goes beyond a 6RM load (usually significantly less) in the squat, which would be about 85%, maybe even less. If someone is doing heavy cleans, that are not THAT far away from these loads, which you place high importance on. There is a spectrum of intensities/loads/bar speeds/etc. that can be effectively utilized and you are simply looking at one end and deducting how it will affect the other, rather than how it will transfer to the movements you are after (ie sprinting/jumping/throwing).
I have answered your questions. If you are unable to see the answers, perhaps you should re-read them. The issue isn’t about which is better–heavy/slow versus light/fast (whatever that is supposed to mean since there is a broad spectrum within lifts)–but it is about what combination of modalities is going to produce the effects we want.
Doing heavy/slow lifts as you have promoted in this thread and elsewhere as the primary modality in training is questionable as people often find they have better results when including different modalities besides strictly maximal lifting in their strength training regiments.
The light/fast versus heavy/slow argument you want to continue to create is just freaking dumb. First, nobody getting results in track is regularly, throughout the year, doing squats over 90% of their 1RM. Heck, most programs, outside of MAYBE a 1rm test, rarely go over 85% on lifts like the squat. People use a wide spectrum of intensities, which affects a number of things. In the olympic lifts, people quite often go to high percentages of their 1rm regularly because of the much easier recovery abilities and benefits, making the difference in loads (which is what you have defined as the prime issue) minimal. Further, strictly increasing loads doesn’t really mean shit–why not just do a partial ROM deadlift? You will be activating the glute/hamstring complex quite significantly with much higher weight than you could ever squat under any circumstance.