Ash Barty To Retire at 25: Is It the Jab?
By David Hiscox
Everybody is thinking about it but nobody will say it. Was Ash Barty experiencing adverse reactions to the Covid vaccine but didn’t want anyone to know?
There would certainly be a lot of pressure on her to keep quiet, especially considering Shane Warne and Rod Marsh recently died of heart attacks, Matthew Lloyd was struck down with Bell’s Palsy, Rafael Nadal is experiencing sharp chest pains and a spate of on-field heart attacks felled soccer players throughout 2021-22.
Nearly 1300 adverse reactions have been revealed to affect Pfizer recipients alone, with heart ailments chief among them.
If you think Warne and Nadal are high profile, consider that Barty is a slightly aboriginal female tennis player (with, you know, the rumours) in a woke modern Australia which worships diversity at all costs.
This is as high profile as it gets, and she’s just walked away from it all.
From Yahoo News:
Ash Barty has shocked the tennis world after announcing her retirement from the sport at age 25.
The current World No.1 hasn’t played since winning the Australian Open in January and recently announced she wouldn’t be playing at Indian Wells or Miami this month.
On Wednesday she made the bombshell announcement that she’s walking away from the sport.
“Today is difficult and filled with emotion for me as I announce my retirement from tennis,” Barty wrote on Instagram alongside a video interview with Casey Dellacqua.
“I wasn’t sure how to share this news with you so I asked my good friend Casey Dellacqua to help me.
“I am so thankful for everything this sport has given me and leave feeling proud and fulfilled.
“Thank you to everyone who has supported me along the way, I’ll always be grateful for the lifelong memories that we created together.”
In the interview Barty said: “I know that I am spent, physically, I don’t have anything more to give.
“I have given everything I can to this beautiful sport and I’m really happy with that. For me, that is my success.”
Barty previously took a break from tennis in 2014 before returning and becoming one of the best players Australia has ever produced.
However she said this isn’t the same situation and she won’t be back.
“I’m so happy and I’m so ready and I just know at the moment, in my heart for me as a person this is right,” she added.
“I know I’ve done this before, but in a very different feeling.
“I’m so grateful to everything that tennis has given me. It’s given me all of my dreams, plus more.
“But I know the time is right now for me to step away and chase other dreams and to put the racquets down.”
The article just goes on like this, with Barty talking about her feelings and not saying anything about the jab. It is entirely possible that she has genuinely decided to retire. It is not unlike female athletes to retire when young. She might even want to become a mother.
Perhaps she saw what was happening to other athletes and decided it was in her best interests to stop competing in high intensity sport. Either way I wish her all the best.
What makes me happiest about this news is that it is a kick in the teeth to Australia’s woke corporate world and all the sycophants who prop up unpopular sports and are trying to force-meme women’s sport into being as popular as men’s sport.
Here is but one example.
The gushing makes it clear that these people couldn’t give a stuff about the game. It’s about the symbolism.
Given how much investment in advertising they have pumped into Barty it will make a satisfying dint to their profits.
It’s not about money, though.
These people have destroyed something which we just used to do for fun on the weekend and which used to be a genuine reflection of the Australian people and Australian culture, but which is degenerating into confected garbage that openly pushes sin and antiwhite propaganda.
So a double congratulations to Barty, she has escaped their clutches. Pity for the next diversity pin-up who they will look to chew up and spit out.
Finally, if there is one thing we can be sure of, there will be more high profile health issues and retirements before 2022 is out. The football season has only just begun and you cannot play if you have not been vaccinated.
It’s going to be carnage.
Original source: https://xyz.net.au/2022/03/ash-barty-to-retire-at-25-is-it-the-jab/