AUKUS he-man beaten up by a lesbian

Told: Ana Brnabić has directed Scott Morrison to make sure her man Novak is free to train.
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7 Responses to AUKUS he-man beaten up by a lesbian

  1. Ivan Denisovich says:

    Nadal seems to have changed his tune. A few days ago:

    Rafael Nadal has made it very clear that Novak Djokovic has no one to blame other than himself, as the world No.1 fears being sent home on a plane amid his anti-vaccination stand-off…….

    “I think if he wanted, he would be playing here in Australia without a problem … He made his own decisions, and everybody is free to take their own decisions, but then there are some consequences,” Nadal said.

    But now that prospects seem brighter for Djokovic, this (from CL’s link):

    Fellow tennis champion Rafael Nadal overnight said while he disagreed with Djokovic on vaccinations, he also hoped to see the Serbian player compete.

    “Whether or not I agree with Djokovic on some things, justice has spoken and has said that he has the right to participate in the Australian Open and I think it is the fairest decision to do so, if it has been resolved that way. I wish him the best of luck,” Nadal told Spanish radio station Onda Cero.

    Looks like a case of – “In the race of life, always back self-interest — at least you know it’s trying”.

  2. Pommyal says:

    Typical weak-gutted prick. Should’ve spoken up on the freedom of choice issue from the start. Cowards one and all.

  3. Petros says:

    The Liberal MP who wants him deported says that there should be one rule for everyone. He seems to have forgotten that MPs are not mandated to have the vaccines.

  4. Ivan Denisovich says:


    Sydney FC star wonders how Rafael Nadal was allowed to enter Australia so early
    A Serbian football player in Australia wonders how Nadal was allowed to enter the country before 14 days of his positive test passed.

    Serbian football player Milos Ninkovic is wondering how Rafael Nadal was allowed to enter Australia so early since anyone who tests positive for COVID-19 in another country is not allowed to enter Australia for 14 days. Nadal, who played at the Mubadala World Tennis Championship, announced on December 20 a positive COVID-19 test.

    On December 31, Nadal announced he landed in Melbourne. Ninkovic is a Serbian footballer who has been playing for Sydney FC since 2015. “If you had Covid in another country, you can’t enter AUS for 14 days, but here nobody is asking the question how come Nadal entered the country before two weeks have passed from his positive test.

    How come?” Ninkovic told Kurir, as revealed by Sasa Ozmo.

    Ninkovic also added, per Blic: “This shows they knew from the beginning what they were doing. They targeted Novak.”

    However, just because Nadal announced on the 20th December that he had contracted Covid doesn’t rule out the possibility that he had tested positive for it days earlier. Was he still competing on the 20th?

  5. C.L. says:

    Yep, Ivan.
    Looks like Nadal was waved through because he was a vaxxed goody and Novak was set up by vaxxer quacks.

  6. Ed Case says:

    Hawke will have to boot The Joker, otherwise the MSM and Albanese will run riot in the Policy vacuum.

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