On March 11, 2016, UK’s top tennis player Andy Murray (Jewish) demanded that top Russian female tennis player Maria Yuryevna Sharapova must be suspended for tested positive for Meldonium, the so-called “performance enhancing drug”.
Richard Pound (Jewish), former president of World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA), has long been running a vicious anti-Sharapova campaign to get her banned from taking part in the 2016 Olympics Games in Brazil.
Interestingly, Johan Eliasch (Jewish) CEO of UK’s top sporting goods manufacturer Head, and former deputy Treasurer of country’s ruling Tory party, has refused to stop sponsoring Ms Sharapova.
Sharapova’s current coach Sven Groeneveld used to coach Indian tennis ace Sania Mirza, 29, who is married to Pakistan’s cricketer Shoaib Malik. She is to represent India at the Summer Olympic Games in Rio de Janeiro in August 2016.
Ivars Kalvins, Latvian scientist who invented Meldonium claims the medicine doesn’t produce doping. He claims the drug rather protects players from heart-attack due to stress. Sharapova has been taking the drug, prescribed by her doctors for years.
On March 10, The Jew York times reported that more than 60 athletes, including Olympic medalists and world champions, have tested positive this year for meldonium.
“Examining this matter from the standpoint of the facts, it is unclear whether WADA consists of a bunch of incompetent and inconsiderate dopes who were unaware of the medicinal use of meldonium, or whether this is an orchestrated stunt to cast more discredit on Russia and Russian athletes,” said Paul Craig Roberts on March 13 (here).
Incidentally, it’s not the first time the Organized Jewry has politicized international sports. Last year it went after Abu Dhabi. In 2011, it targeted NFL Jaguars. In 2012, it campaigned against Bahrain for holding Formula One. Its campaign against Qatar hosting the 2022 FIFA World Cup is still in full gears.