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The truth about Novak Djokovic.

If this can happen to the world’s No 1 tennis player…

Written by Nigel Farage

Nigel Farage is a British politician, leader of The Brexit Party, broadcaster and political analyst.Farage began his career in 1982 as a commodities trader at the London Metal Exchange and ran his own metals brokerage firm after working at Credit Lyonnais Rouse and Drexel Burnham Lambert. He left a successful career to go into politics after the Conservative party signed the Maastricht Treaty, which advocated “ever closer union” between European nations.In June 2016, Farage was a leading figure in the campaign to leave the EU. This gained him the name “Mr Brexit” by the then candidate to the US presidency Donald J Trump whom he came to support at a Mississippi rally in 2016. Nigel Farage was one of the very few that predicted that Donald Trump would win the presidential elections.He has provided political analysis for Fox News channel and is the host of LBC's The Nigel Farage Show.

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  1. So Nigel Farage thinks that a local authority can override federal law on who can be issued a visa to enter a country to work. That's great news. Now Greater London can start allowing immigration through Heathrow, Gatwick, etc to fill the massive holes in our local economy created by Brexit.

  2. Australia is the top pupil of the Oligarchy. Outrageous totalitarian behaviour. Shame on you Australia. And shame on you Australians who tolerate a totalitarian government.

  3. That is the best player in the world, a man who stood with Australia during the bush fires and donated from his own pocket and helped raising donations, a man who stood high whereby the rest had their tails between their legs. All best wishes, we are with you Novak all the way keep fighting Champion🤜🤛

  4. It is good to hear the truth of this story. I had wondered why he would be so stupid to risk travelling if he is unjabbed? He is clearly now just being used as an example and the rules are not ones he has been bending and flouting but rather ones that are being unconstitutionally altered for mass messaging. Essentially he has fallen into a trap and is the high priced prize, disgusting behaviour. Sadly I will not hold my breath for the media to correct peoples understanding of Melbourne's current rules.

  5. Misleading title. "The truth about Novak Djokovic" suggests Nigel's about to dish the dirt on him in some way and expose him as not being the hero everyone thinks he is.

  6. Actually he wasn't the only player detained. A female tennis player was similarly detained. She was seeded either 81 or 91 (can't remember). She decided to just leave the country without contesting it. So your statement that "if he wasn't seeded #1 there wouldn't have been this big scene" is evidently wrong.
    The problem with Australia is they are a united states of Australia and so a state can have its own rules but the national government can trump (in the card game way, pun not intended) their rules with national rules. And they have decided to do so in these cases (plural).
    My opinion is the Aussie premier is pond scum for the way he has treated the people of Australia. And, as you said, it hasn't meant Australia is that much better off. We all know it is delaying the inevitable. But maybe, because of vaccines and omicron their end "tally" might be better than the UK… but their economy will not.
    This tennis stuff is giving the people something to prove the government "is fair" when the Aussies know the government have overstepped in their lockdowns. This guy is out on his ear at the next election without doubt. And I expect lawsuits will follow…

  7. If they don't even have their visas under control in Australia, it might be better not to give them nuclear-powered submarines, but rather the French, coal-powered. Or was it Diesel?
    No, one shouldn't rely on this country. Better to invest in the defense of Taiwan or Japan. Australia is deplorable even compared to the US.

  8. Virgin Australia vs Chad Florida

    The whole gun policy shift in Australia in the mid 90s has allowed this to happen with ease. They would never try and do what they’ve done in Australia, New Zealand or Western Europe in the GOP states due to the fact that the vast majority of their citizens would simply rise up like a wasps nest in anger.

  9. Yes, he was tested positive on Dec 15th but there's evidence that the next day he was hugging children at 3 tennis events on Dec 16th and 17th. If he tested positive then why wasn't he self-isolating for 10 days? This raises the question how authentic was this pcr test that he took.

  10. Djokovic was really lucky to get covid just a few weeks before the tournament and probably just after his legal team found this loophole. Thankfully, the illness didn't seem to have affected him at all when he had it and he's now fit as a flea to defend his title. Unfortunately, neither his legal team nor Australian Tennis seems to have realised that federal law takes precedence over State law in this situation.
    I suppose he could always get the jab if that's the only way he can enter. I believe many people have had the jab with little or no ill-effects.

  11. Why the whole world Government forcing people to take the vaccine ? What he said is true, despite whether did you or did you not taken the vaccine, you will still contract with the covid virus and spread. The difference is perhaps the unvaccinated person may die from the virus (subjective) people who has taken may die also. If Novak is tested negative, why still need to be vaccinated to enter Australia. This has shown that the world government has lost their sense of logic. What I can see is the government are just putting up a show to shown people that they are doing their duty to keep everyone safe. Practical or not it doesn't matters to them. They have to do 'SOMETHING' to show to their citizens.

  12. You are wrong, even with a visa final decision on entry is with border control. Federal law overrules provincial law. Very convenient that Novak has positive test 2 weeks before travel.

  13. Sorry Nigel but you don't know what you're talking about. Tennis Australia or the Victorian government do not give visas to enter the country. They also have ZERO influence on the Australian borders. The issue here is, many Aussies don't appreciate rich international sports stars getting special treatment. Agree, or disagree, those are the facts and you are wrong.

  14. This is just the Victorian state govt saying ‘we can do this to anyone – see how powerful we are. Worlds No1 tennis player and we can still do this. PURE bully boy tactics to make people afraid. Im shamed of our gov and Im Australian.

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