Phil Mickelson takes a heroic stance in the midst of constant persecution.
Why, just a few days ago, he was released at the first LIV Golf Series event in London with what is for him the ultimate form of protest. Speaking of which, he burned his bra.
LIV Golf is a rebel league run by Greg Norman and run by the royal family of Saudi Arabia. It is also very beautiful. Phil and 17 idiot and transaction breakers – Dustin Johnson, Sergio Garcia, Patrick Reed, Ian Poulter, and others. Hundreds of millions of dollars are only guaranteed to perform at LIV events.
They took the money. They got a kick out of the PGA Tour. Take a stand!
Criticism spreads fast and hot all over the world. These prominent athletes have been portrayed as money launderers by Mohammed bin Salman, the crown prince of Saudi Arabia, who is more or less funding an unusual tour and an obscure human rights record. It kills people when appropriate.
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The introduction to the Saudi Arabia page on Human Rights Watch is as follows:
Saudi Arabia spends billions of dollars to host large-scale entertainment, cultural and sporting events as a deliberate strategy to move away from the country’s image as a widespread human rights violator. Dozens of human rights activists and regime opponents remain in jail or trial for their peaceful criticism. Authorities have failed to hold senior officials accountable for their alleged involvement in the assassination of Saudi journalist Jamal Hashokji in 2018. Until 2021, the Saudi-led coalition continues a military campaign against the Houthi rebel group in Yemen that kills dozens of illegal included air strikes. Thousands of civilians were killed and wounded.
What are some war crimes? Everyone, just relax.
Phil Mickelson’s position
As Phil said about the Saudi tour a few months ago in an interview with golf writer Alan Shipnock, “We know they killed (Washington Post columnist Jamal) Hashohi and they have a terrible human rights record. They execute people there because they are gay when I know “All this stuff, why do I think about it at all?”
It has nothing to do with money. It comes down to the principle of the thing.
When Phil was released in London, he was wearing a black jacket with the Augusta National Golf Club coat of arms – and the emblem was black (with my honor, apparently).
He is an elephant, a fighting man, just as he did when he escaped from prison — while his henchmen were in the river — for trading in inside information.
Phil is a civil rights activist. Take it (drink!), Gentlemen!
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It was one of those sports moments that will be recorded in the history books while John Carlos and Tommy Smith hit in Mexico City. It was as if Muhammad Ali had expressed his defiance after being stripped of his heavyweight title for refusing to join. Colin Kaepernick knelt down.
It has nothing to do with money. no. It is about the suffering of barns and arrows in the infamous capital.
(Shipnuck is the real problem. He actually quoted Elephant. So, he was kicked out of the interview area in the first LIV event. Best guess is that the shark sent out decent fish.)
As Norman said when asked about Hashukage’s assassination: “Everyone owned it, right? Talk about her, from what I read, about what she reported. Get ownership, no matter what it is. Look, we all made mistakes and you just want to learn from those mistakes and how you can fix them later. ”
Norman, who married Chris Everett because it was the only way he could approach so many great titles (he threw her away after 15 months), has such a big heart that he can get a touch of murder in the pursuit of ‘ a bigger goal. It’s almost written.
It has nothing to do with money. It is about learning from these mistakes and correcting them.
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While the shark cannot collect and revive Hashukaji, a victim of bugs, he can be a force for good in Saudi Arabia.
That’s what this’s about.
Phil and the rest of the gang of 17 men thrown off the PGA Tour can now use their freedom and their new relationship with the Royal Family’s Public Investment Fund to be an instrument of reform in Saudi Arabia.
They will use their platform to promote freedom of expression, freedom of approach and other fundamental rights.
As Dr. King said, “In the end we will not remember the words of our enemies, but the silence of our comrades.”
Active fellow Phil has it in his heart. Actually, it is. This is why she was raised on earth to influence change, like Jim Nantz.