As always happens in very high profile cases, politicians end up trying to make money out of the situation andThe controversy between Novak Djokovic and Australia was no exception. Surprisingly, one of the support was given to the Serbian tennis player and his family Come for Nigel Farage, the former leader of the United Kingdom Independence Party (UKIP) and the main advocate for Britain’s exit from the European Union.
After Australian border forces banned Djokovic from entering the country, deeming the medical exemption he had received did not comply with the law, Faraj decided to travel to Belgrade to be with the first family in the world. From there the British politician followed the development of the case while Knoll was held in a Melbourne hotel waiting for the justice of the oceanic state to decide whether or not he could enter Australia.
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“In Belgrade with Djokovic’s family. While we are waiting for the outcome of his visa verdict, I visited this place.”
Known to skeptics in Europe since the early 1990s, UKIP Farage founded in 1993 He left the party in 2018, declaring that it had achieved its goal of taking the United Kingdom out of the European Union. His political rhetoric has been described as populist on numerous occasions, and he has also received criticism for his stance on immigration. In 2015 he announced that he had done so ‘Slight preference’ for immigrants from countries like India or Australia compared to immigrants from Eastern Europe.
Specifically, these statements Those that come to mind Andy Murray Upon seeing Farage’s sudden support for the Serbs and his family.
The British tennis player, via his Twitter account, posted a video of Farage in the Serbian capital visiting Djokovic’s Cup room with his brother Djorge W. He wrote a tweet mocking the politician and the tennis player’s family.
“Please record the embarrassing moment when you tell them about it He spent most of his career campaigning for the people of Eastern Europe to exercise‘, Sui Murray on Twitter. His message had a huge impact with hundreds of thousands of Likes.
Farage replied. “Dear Andy, you obviously don’t know politics or the Brexit campaign, but you are full of prejudice. focus on tennis And let me advice: smile from time to time.
Other users, such as actor and writer David Schneider, also mocked Farage, recalling his tweet from 2016 where He argued that the UK should have an Australian-style immigration system.
“There is always a tweet.”
“It is now clear that for the sake of our national security as well as for social cohesion, we must leave the European Union and have an Australian-style immigration system.”
From Belgrade, Farage expressed his happiness with the Australian judge Anthony Kelly Ordering the immediate release of Djokovic.
“A great victory for Novak Djokovic this morning. If the Australian government fought this, it would be horrific.”
Farage, who now works as a presenter on GB News, was initially a supporter of the vaccine, but later Doubt its efficacy and the need for booster doses Warn people that a large number of injections can have serious health consequences. What is more, Emmanuel Macron has been accused For his statements that he wanted to “corrupt” the unvaccinated French.
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