That's right, all those terrible Ruskies and their lackies in Belarus will be banned from Wimbledon; that darling of world sport and tennis.
First of all, the double standards are simply sickening! Did they do this to the American, French or British players, the last 20 years, when their countries were bombing the living sh*ite out of the Middle East? That's right, I didn't think so.
Interesting, as said before in this blog, up to 500,000 civilians were killed by the the above (and others) over a 10 to 20 year period; yet I never heard a single outcry for players from these states to be banned.
But wait, where does this actually lead?
By and large, this is a political decision by a nation (Russia), and many people are fuc*ed off about it; so they ban participants from this nation. But any sane person should ask themselves, that this could EASILY be extended to OTHER political decisions by ANY country.
For example, a certain country might not go in on the globalist con of Global Warming? Hence, ban them!. Certain countries may decide to not take refugees from other countries - whack! Their countries' players will be banned. Etc, etc, etc.
Believe me on this - it's a slippery slope and the globalists will seize upon this for their own means; but maybe I am wrong.
But if you don't believe me, go to any whacko, leftist, fascist online "news" source, and see for yourselves. Look here at the globalist pigs at the Washington Post, to see that they actually believe this is a correct decision! And believe me on this, if Wimbledon can do this to Russians, then ANY organisation and sports entity can do it to anybody! That is there goal.
But there is some hope. World number 1, Novak Djokovic says that it's "crazy", and anybody who saw his runner-up speech at the Serbian Open yesterday (losing to the Russian player Andrei Rublev), with Niki Pilic, will know that he had Pilic there, as he was involved in the 1973 boycott of tennis pros, you guessed it, against Wimbledon. Please read that link as very few news sources have reported that lately.
In addition, the ATP & WTA are both having a meeting this week on this, as they are not only against it, but are already threatening to take all ranking points away from it as well.
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