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🚨BREAKING: Andy Murray Comes Out In DEFENCE Of Novak Djokovic 👏 👏 👏

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  1. The law is wrong. It is not backed by science or good morals. It is an unethical law that has kept citizens from returning home.
    The issue is the majority of Australians believe that the law is the law – don’t break it and you don’t have a problem.
    It’s an awful attitude and one that is prevalent in an immature democracy. They have never had to face tyranny or civil war here – so the attitude is the government is always right.
    They are due what they are sleepwalking into.

  2. 'I AM William Wallace. And I see a whole army of my countrymen here in defiance of tyranny. You have come to fight as free men, and free men you are. What would you do with that freedom? Will you fight?

    Veteran soldier: Fight? Against that? No, we will run; and we will live.

    Wallace: Aye, fight and you may die. Run and you'll live — at least a while. And dying in your beds many years from now, would you be willing to trade all the days from this day to that for one chance, just one chance to come back here and tell our enemies that they may take our lives, but they'll never take our freedom!!!'

  3. Mayar, what a crazy analysis.
    Murray simply said the things any friend might say, whether he agrees or not. Neither in favour nor against. Where is the evidence that the establishment aren't happy? We don't have to agree with Australia to accept that it is for Australia to decide for themselves. What arrogance and how outrageous to suggest it is like Germany under the Nazis.
    What is however clear as daylight is that Djokovic is insincere in his waiver request.
    By 'chance', he caught Covid on 16 Dec – but this was already too late to have the immunisation effect from vaccination, so he didn't intend to participate untill the 16 Dec? And yet despite being 'Covid positive' he was still out and about in public on the 17th and again around 24th in contravention of Serbian rules. So either he wasn't positive, or he simply didn't think the rules applied to him – bit of a theme here.
    By the way, he own legal team apply a 'no vaccine, no entry' policy to their offices. Are they also part of this 'plan' against Djokovic ?

  4. What a joke: defending Djokovic who lives in a tax haven to avoid paying taxes, travels and plays in numerous countries where human rights are far worse than anything for which Australia is accused. Don't remember the Djokovic standing up for the real victims of such regimes.

  5. Yes but I have heard that the daily express is critising Nigel farage by Andy Murray's tweet or is this the same Andy murray who is defending Novak djokovic or is it ITVs Good morning Britain and the BBC and sky news despising Nigel farage and supporting Andy Murray. Remember if Andy Murray plays at the Australian open and if he tested positive I bet ITVs Good morning Britain and the BBC and sky news says it's alright with him to play at the Australian open Mahyar tousi.

  6. Real decent people don’t abandon their friends or colleagues, particularly when it’s the right thing to do. Good on Murray, more ‘famous’ people should be speaking out about what is going on all across the globe!

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