In Defying The COVID Regime, Novak Djokovic Is The New ‘People’s Champ’

The COVID World post date: January 9th, 2022

By Jordan Schachtel

I wanted to take a moment to recognize Novak Djokovic and his heroic defiance of the COVID regime, lending his enormous platform and status to the millions of people around the world who have been denied their unalienable rights in the name of a virus.

You would never know it by his disposition, but “Djoker” has an amazing rags to riches story, and he’s well aware of how governments can cause great human suffering.

Growing up in war-torn Belgrade, Djokovic had to learn to play tennis in between bombing raids. Far from a silver-spooned prodigy, he had to defy incredible odds to just achieve a modicum of success, and yet he has become one of the greatest athletes of all time.

What separates Djokovic from other pro athletes on the COVID Mania issue is both his status as the world’s greatest and his consistency in been speaking out against the COVID regime. Since day one, this man has been fighting the good fight, but the news hasn’t reached consistent international attention until now.

Djokovic has remained defiant in his public opposition to government force in the form of draconian COVID restrictions and injection mandates. He has done so in the face of incredible scrutiny on all levels.

As early as April 2020, several months before the mass distribution of COVID shots, Djokovic was already speaking out about the future prospect of vaccine mandates.

Now, with the Australian Open just days away, the 20-time grand slam champion (and 9 time Australian Open champion) has turned up the heat. He continues his fight Down Under, squaring off against the forces of a society that has transformed into something akin to a Police State. 

Australia’s Northern Territory adopts strict lockdown for the unvaccinated only, Jan. 6, 2022

On Tuesday, the most Australian Open champ ever made it a point to show that he wasn’t going to bow down to Australia’s COVID regime, which discriminates against the “unvaccinated,” in creating a two-tiered Safety Society.

Djokovic is facing ridicule from the media, from powerful governments, and even from his own pro colleagues.

Though he is not without defenders. The man’s family has raised incredible awareness about the punitive conditions through which he is being exposed to by the Australian government.

Dijana Djokovic
Srdjan Djokovic

He reminds us of one particular legendary sportsman of the past, a man who shares his status as one of the greatest professional athletes of all time. Of course, there are no perfect parallels, but there was one man who not so long ago took a hugely important — but deeply unpopular in his time — public stance in the fight for humanity.

That man is the late Muhammad Ali, “The People’s Champ,” who, in his time exiled from the sport of boxing, faced tremendous hostility from all levels of society.

Ali’s refusal to enter the armed services and outright protest of the draft drew immense scrutiny and outright insanity. His outspoken rejection of the war in Vietnam, and his explicit challenging of the American civil rights status quo, further infuriated these forces. The media turned him into a monster. The U.S. government persecuted him. He was labeled as ethically depraved. He was robbed of his ability to make a living during a large portion of the prime of his athletic career. In the face of endless cruelty and hate, Ali never wavered.

It wasn’t until years, or really, decades later that Ali’s struggle against the system was universally recognized as a noble endeavor. 

Props to Novak Djokovic for fighting the good fight and carrying the torch. For using his platform to fight for the rights of every individual against the forces of government tyranny, he’s the new People’s Champ.

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Florencia
Florencia
9 days ago

Apoyo total a Djokovich y gracias!

Demis
Demis
9 days ago

People’s Champ Questionable.

My Champion is the CREATOR of LIFE, JESUS CHRIST NOT THE CREATED!

FACT…

Unvaxxed80
Unvaxxed80
Reply to  Demis
9 days ago

champ of the nwo more likely, everyone has their role to play in this theater

covid1984pl
covid1984pl
Reply to  Unvaxxed80
8 days ago

Correct 100%

LibtardsInMyTrashBin
LibtardsInMyTrashBin
9 days ago

No more fan of Nadal

Jack
Jack
9 days ago

As Australians, you either have to attack him or accept that you personally are weak for allowing your ENTIRE government and friends to walk over your natural rights. They chose the attack, because accepting that you may have killed yourself, is just too big to swallow.

Zoe
Zoe
Reply to  Jack
9 days ago

You have hit the nail on the head with a sledgehammer. Once people who took the shot realize they made a huge mistake will double and triple down on the reason they did because to admit you did something that is probably going to kill you is unfathomable. I really feel sad for them because they were deceived.

MasterSequence
MasterSequence
Reply to  Jack
5 days ago

People who demand others take the Vax know deep down they made a mistake. They’re not blind to all the videos of people having adverse effects and many actually dying. They’re scared and they’re angry. How could the “anti-vaxxers” be right? Those that took the jab followed the science and did everything they were told by the media to do. How could those that didn’t be right? But we were right and now those people can’t get that injection out of their bodies and the longterm effects are nothing more than a blackhole of mystery if they’re not sick already. And none of those injections stopped people from getting covid. It’s not a vaccine, it’s a social experiment. But many doctors have stated what’s likely to happen in the coming years to vaxxers and it’s not a good forecast.

Publiuswarmac9999
Publiuswarmac9999
9 days ago

If the other tennis professionals had any brains, they would join him and boycott the Aussie Open. Once you cave into COVID mandate madness, there will be another draconian measure for something else – always in your collective interest until you become a slave.

MICHAEL P
MICHAEL P
Reply to  Publiuswarmac9999
9 days ago

It will be a lifetime of monthly shots if this insanity isn’t stopped

Michael Mangum
Michael Mangum
Reply to  MICHAEL P
8 days ago

And sadly, a potentially very short lifetime at that…

Last edited 8 days ago by Michael Mangum
Amy Sukwan
Amy Sukwan
9 days ago

This was a great write-up and I feel the comparison with Muhammad Ali is very apt. I think he’ll be a folk hero for standing his ground, and the Australian Open will never be the same. Perhaps the whole thing can be cancelled due to a Covid outbreak? Perhaps matches can be suspended after a few jabbed players collapse on the court? It’s interesting for reasons that have nothing to do with tennis…

freefall
freefall
9 days ago

This could extend his career as his competition is slowly eliminated. Here’s a mantra for all the sellouts: “30 is the new 80.”

MasterSequence
MasterSequence
Reply to  freefall
5 days ago

Whose that pro tennis player that took the jab who will never be able to play again now?

JaneCarnel
JaneCarnel
9 days ago

This was beautiful, thanks for sharing

Unvaxxed80
Unvaxxed80
9 days ago

what a djoke… obviously he plays the role, none of this celebs do anything out of their own will, just another setup and fake news

Wild
Wild
Reply to  Unvaxxed80
9 days ago

Wow, bro, strong disagree here. I usually am amused by your comments, but did you even read this story?

covid1984pl
covid1984pl
Reply to  Wild
8 days ago

He is 100% correct. Disagree but you are 100% incorrect. I read it and followed it.

James
James
9 days ago

He should have boycotted the tournament from outset. He should have never gone, saying to the government your tyranny is wrong. Don’t make it sound like he’s boycotting anything. That’s great that he’s standing against the vaxx, but to give the powers at be the opportunity to shut you down, not good.

Zoe
Zoe
Reply to  James
9 days ago

He will get more attention by these actions than if he would have just not gone.

Wild
Wild
Reply to  James
9 days ago

I did agree with what you are saying originally, but as this story has developed, I think he has embarrassed the Aussie government far more by going, especially with the timing of the new unjabbed lockdowns.
Upvoted because your heart is in the right place and it would have been a good action, but the story is even more compelling now, IMO.

Jaco
Jaco
9 days ago

Djokovic has become a great man and a great example for team humanity.

This is also a perfectly worded article.

Bravo to the author and to Covid World blog. Thank you.

covid1984pl
covid1984pl
Reply to  Jaco
8 days ago

He is an actor. Nothing more.

MICHAEL P
MICHAEL P
9 days ago

Ali was hated by many for what he did. Looking back, he was right and it took courage to stand up against the murderous thugs and their henchmen.

Marie
Marie
8 days ago

Well done, Novak! Thank you for standing your ground. Respect.
Your name says it all…..’No Vak’ for those who are awake.

Kim
Kim
8 days ago

Well done, go Novak and stay strong we support your choice

Marie
Marie
Reply to  Kim
8 days ago

Yes we do

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