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Djokovic NovakDjokovic eskortaCurrently the best tennis player in the world, completely healthy, yet not allowed to play at the Australia open. Tennis has lost and common sense. As an exceptional person, supporting charity projects, youth work and sportsman, he should have been given an exemption. Australia has shown power but at the same time weakness, smallness and bowed to paragraphs of stupidity.

His participation could have promoted reconciliation between opponents and supporters of vaccination, taken the edge off emotions and promoted the common sense that Djokovic is guided by and fighting for. Most have lost it; fortunately, more and more people are beginning to follow it. Banning participation has achieved the opposite, through the formal rule of laws that are increasingly destroying society, the coexistence of normal people and the running of the world. Sport is the best policy. The legacy of Pierre de Coubertin must be fulfilled once again.

Why should he not deserve "special care", like presidents and other high-ranking persons. Are they also, as part of the "equality of all", e.g. for health problems, treated by ordinary doctors, in ordinary medical facilities?

The famous athlete was banned from "working", lost millions of Australian dollars, was isolated in a dubious facility and eventually deported as a criminal outside Australia. This hardly goes unchallenged when his basic human rights were flagrantly violated.

Then it ends up that the regulations allow only one passenger to travel on transport planes. Could there be a better diagnosis of the serious illness of the whole world, or of humanity?

The 1936 Olympics were held in Berlin at a time when the world had no idea what Hitler would be capable of. Soon, the Olympic Games will be held in the China, when the whole world knows how basic human rights are massively violated in that country, concentration camps exist, and the trade in human organs is carried out, which are even taken alive from innocent people! We still go to see their bodies - see the HUMAN BODY exhibition.

The 100 richest people in the world call for a change in the tax system

It is unfair when taxes on the rich should be raised. They have doubled their wealth. 160 million people suffer from hunger in the world, 6 million children die of starvation every year. Who would disagree? It's just a question of how would the limits be set?

The question of conscience

How much have the rich contributed to the lives of others, how much have they contributed to society and how much to themselves by their often unmanaged wealth? It's not about totalitarianism, communism, but advanced democracy, maturity of the individual, decency, solidity, moral maturity of the exceptional, so that they confirm by their actions their positive relationship to their environment. Novak Djokovic is undoubtedly one of them.

Rich people in the Czech Republic also have the opportunity

If Tomas Bata were alive, he would have suggested this long ago. On the other hand, his system of work and education of co-workers would not have allowed such problems in today's world. That is why his system of work and business management is being taught again at universities. It is still unsurpassed and offers solutions to the accumulated problems of today's world as well. He lived modestly, worked hard, and shared the results of his work with everyone. He followed common sense.

The return of common sense is necessary. Novak Djokovic and Tomas Bata would agree on that.

 

Jan Šinágl, 20.1.2022

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