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Bahraini political prisoners are seeking Hamilton's help

Ante Vetma

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Bahraini political prisoners are seeking Hamilton's help

Ante Vetma

Three political prisoners in Bahrain who claim to be victims of human rights violations have sent a letter to the British Guardian complimenting Lewis Hamilton for his engagement on equality, anti-racism and human rights, and asking him to use his position to make their problem known to the wider community.

"It is very touching to hear that the world champion shares our views. Hamilton's appearance would be something that could bring an advantage. "

Hamilton won his seventh world title last weekend, and then made a clear statement that F1 must be clear in supporting human rights:

"We understand that we must not ignore human rights in the countries we are going to. This is not a plan for 20 or 30 years, but the present. "

In particular, in the letter, the prisoners only ask Lewis to wear a T-shirt on GP weekend to show support for political prisoners, as he did with T-shirts for equal rights, anti-racism, the Blacks Lives Matter movement or the arrest of police officers involved in the murder. Breonne Taylor. They also show the harsh reality of the GP weekend in Bahrain:

"The Bahraini government is desperately trying to wash away its international image, and they are keeping the F1 race away from the reality of its repressive regime. For many of our fellow citizens, glamor racing has long since worn off and the race has become an annual reminder of our torment. So I'm taking a risk by writing you this letter from prison.

Reading about your fight for human rights and the need for change gave birth to hope. For the people of Bahrain like me who are tortured, imprisoned and banished from their families and calling for this same thing - to hear a world champion looking for the same thing we do - it’s deeply touching. Together, we may be able to encourage change and make this event something that every Bahraini would be proud of. ”

So far there has been no response from Lewis Hamilton.

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62 comments

  1. Mika Hakkinen luke990 Show

    I can't wait for the outcome



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  2. Sebastian Vettel 5 Crash Donator Show

    How would you say “baaaam .. in your face”
    Now, wearing a T-shirt with a political message for the country you are in is something completely different.



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    • Susie Wolff Har Kl Donator Show

      There is a small difference.
      He does not do anything contrary to the laws of the states in which he is located. Nor should it.
      It also does nothing against FIA rules. Nor should it.

      I recently showed you how a stupid joke from Bottas led to a ban on his appearance at the Chinese Grand Prix next year.

      So you paint for free… the fact that the author is persistently trying to make him dull, does not mean that he is: D



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      • Sebastian Vettel 5 Crash Donator Show

        Present messages about the problem in Bahrain from the track in Austin or Silverstone and show a political message on the track in Sakhir about the situation in Bahrain = big difference ..

        Legality is not in question at all.



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        • Susie Wolff Har Kl Donator Show

          What messages about Bahrain did he deliver in Austin and Silverstone?



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        • Sebastian Vettel 5 Crash Donator Show

          None at all, the problems in Bahrain are not in, there is no interest and hype about it ..
          I just wanted to say that blabbering on about a problem is ok as long as you're away from it, when you get to the heart of the problem, you melt with the masses.



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        • Susie Wolff Har Kl Donator Show

          I do not agree that the problems about Bahrain are not IN.
          It is much easier to express oneself freely in organized democracies, that stands. This is because freedom of speech is allowed in them. In many countries of the world, this is not the case. In them, the promotion of certain messages is punishable by law. Making yourself silly and going to those countries and acting like you’re in your own country is not something I would support. Whether it’s freedom of speech, consuming drugs or alcohol, or driving on the left.



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        • Sebastian Vettel The Best F1 Driver Show

          No worries, he wouldn't wear a T-shirt to arrest police officers at the Austin GP either…
          Mercedes wouldn't let him do that, no matter how much he might even want to do it, because of course the authorities in America would get mad…

          Regardless of whether he would be a million percent right with that message on his mother or not, it is a matter of some basic culture not to fuck the host you came to visit…
          You don't agree with his policy, you are disgusted…
          A far bigger echo and the real thing would be a boycott of that GP by Hamilton than some t-shirt.

          That T-shirt is more of a purely declarative message.
          But if the seven-time champion publicly says he doesn't want to perform in Bahrain for human rights violations or the US Grand Prix for racism would be breaking news in the media in the first minute of the daily and a nightmare about negative publicity for Bahrain / America

          God ask you what would happen after that, but something would change for sure…
          But that could have very negative consequences for Hamilton, so it's not to be expected that he would do such a thing.



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        • Sebastian Vettel 5 Pastor Show

          But that could have very negative consequences for Hamilton, so it's not to be expected that he would do such a thing.

          It would be, next year you won't perform even if you want to. You don't even need titles. Now it would be easy for him to do that, because he secured the title, but what do you say, there could be negative consequences…



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      • Ferrari Mrgud Show

        I'm not really up to date, can I explain this about Bottas, what did he do? Thank you…



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  3. Niki Lauda wapi Donator Show

    That’s why sport should be kept away from politics because sooner or later they get you involved in their own shit. Now let him stand up for them, and then it turns out that the guys are imprisoned for, for example, robbery and rape….

    Watch your business and drive. You pay too much for Boris Johnson to take care of those worries for you.

    I think it is a big mistake for F1 to promote any political messages, no matter how positive they seem because it makes them participants in the arena in which they are amateurs and as such will end up listed and damaged.



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    • Jim Clark Vettel-Ferrari Donator Show

      Watch your business and drive.

      And what if he doesn't want just that? How exactly could F1 control and keep the opinions and behaviors of drivers away from politics, also repressively or perhaps by revoking the license (in this case the seven-time champion, who let’s be a realistic icon of modern F1)?


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      • Niki Lauda wapi Donator Show

        Quite simply, just as they won’t let you drive a car in Bermuda shorts even if it was Lewis Hamilton, so they shouldn’t let you on a stand or a press with some sort of T-shirt. If you miss the press, your sponsor will be unhappy…. And you don’t want unfortunate sponsors because you make a living from them. And if you are involved in politics outside the context of racing, no one should or can defend you. But one should not be surprised if there is a consequence in the income.

        But primarily F1 as an organization should stay away from that.



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        • Nigel Mansell drv Show

          True, until recently, there were no political messages allowed in European football leagues - banners were removed, and if they were smuggled, then the host would be punished. The same was true for players who would lift the jersey and have a T-shirt with a message underneath. I think that some of us also received a sentence for something completely useless, such as Srna, for a message of support for a sick brother or something like that. And now if you don't wear a T-shirt with some politically popular message in F1, then they declare you a Nazi. Although they agreed with some dictators in Arab countries or Azerbaijan and brought you to drive there and advertise them. So you walk around with a BLM T-shirt in a country where there are no blacks, let alone their problems, but you are not allowed to wear T-shirts for Uighurs or Tibet, even though their rights are much more strongly violated. Hypocrisy…

          Politics needs to get out of sports and that's it.



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        • Jim Clark Vettel-Ferrari Donator Show

          I think we should first look at the motives of both sides, Hamilton as an individual and F1 as a sports organization. I personally am "afraid" of the same and I think that the incentives are very similar, and that is a much deeper problem.

          Maybe F1 as an organization should stay away from that, but it should also stay away from countries with repressive social systems, so it doesn’t stick. Why this is so is the real question, but the answer to anyone to whom F1 means something in life is not very willing and ready to find.



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    • Lando Norris Zola Show

      Politics simply has no place in sports. And lewis if he wants to change the world and promote his vegan shit let him leave the steering wheel and helmets and take mollt’s and transsrents and Mars to the street. Parliament or wherever it pleases.



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  4. Lando Norris Zola Show

    It means politics and sports. Rigoletto



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  5. Ferrari Boris_CRO Show

    There is no politics in my boutique, Hamilton and other “woke” athletes and actors around the world have to realize that in ancient Rome such were just a little stronger than slaves and on the same level as prostitutes. They are not authoritative or essential to solve state and world problems.



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    • Ferrari AMG Show

      Are we still in ancient Rome?



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    • Lewis Hamilton smr201 Show

      They are not authoritative nor is it up to them to decide, but they can achieve with their platforms that some things are heard in public.
      One interview or Instagram post by LeBron, CR7 or Hamilton will have a bigger repercussion than a party of 100 people. Because the media may not write about the protest as they did not really write about the protests against the corona measures in Germany. And with social media you can’t censor people who have millions of followers that’s the difference. So they just use their platforms to advocate for ideas or issues that interest them. And now whether it will give results is not their problem, they can only talk about it.
      If the people in power were normal, there would be no need for that, but as we have already seen in countless examples, the government often reacts to a problem only when it becomes public.



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      • Lando Norris Zola Show

        Who the fuck hurts for anything when you watch a football race or nes third. I watch it to get away from reality. The only thing that matters to me is that it is a good race. If I wanted serious topics instead of sky sports I would watch sky news



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        • Lewis Hamilton smr201 Show

          To move away from reality, which is obviously so wonderful that you have to move away from it. So you just admitted that Lewis is right when he says the world needs to change.
          And as far as I know Lewis does nothing about it during the race, but only on his social networks and before or after the race. So it doesn't interfere with your escape from reality.



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        • Lando Norris Zola Show

          Need to change the world ?? friend first this disgusting human race including me needs to become extinct in order for the world to change. The problem is not the world, the problem is the people who live in it…. Even better to be on the team radio while driving vice black lives mettrr and various pizzerias. And why did the whole racing movement together come just like that? so directly the whole industry bowed to one lewis and literally gave him an empty media space just for him to stand out as the promised messiah .. And after all where it matters he is not there. Easy to be an instagram soldier. Sory on spelling cevapi from my finger are



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        • Lando Norris Zola Show

          https://youtu.be/GGXEB25WdyQ i don't remember seeing luja being so emotional off the track and fiber optic cable



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        • Lewis Hamilton smr201 Show

          And what do you think I meant by changing the world? Of course this applies to humans, so we will not change trees and birds 😆
          And the fact that there are people who are more committed to some of the things he promotes is not in dispute at all, nor is Ham the loudest or most exposed. But I have stupid arguments that there is Đuro (in this case John) who stands up more than you, so you shouldn't stand up at all. It’s commendable to me that anyone has been a celebrity or not advocating for change in the world because there are too many of us who don’t do it (me first).



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        • Lando Norris Zola Show

          I squeezed the plus because I respect your opinion even though I disagree with it. It is mine that athletes should remain athletes without politics and the like. Let's conclude yes. In this case especially with these political prisoners there should be no concern of one f1 driver and champion



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  6. As Hamilton's public action draws you who do not support him to the surface with every mention of the name Hamilton draws those who support him. It is this reflection and awareness of the problem that is the greatest help in solving the problem.



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    • Ferrari Boris_CRO Show

      What are you talking about? I never went into the depths of the idiocy of Hamilton and other celebrities. I just hear "blah blah blah" and pop with a dose of crying. Honestly most people think they want to squeeze his mason’s slap, not about his vegan posh digestion as he tackles racism and economic inequality as he raises his PR rating and licks the altars of the social justice community.



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    • Niki Lauda wapi Donator Show

      I think politics in sports is a bad idea. Regardless of the name of the "politician" and in the end she is bad for the "politician" because he inevitably reduces his audience, and the Bahraini ruler will find ways to hurt him, say 4 of his mechanics will not let him into the country because he will find them planted at the airport maricu….

      My awareness of the problem of racism does not solve anything because I have been aware of it for 35 years. Everyone who is able to be aware of this is aware that racism is a problem. But it is not solved by T-shirts, but by solving social problems in society, and that is not the domain of LH, but BJ or JB or AP. They do nothing because the majority of the population is not able to understand what is a real and what is a fictional problem, so it does not even force them to take action. American presidents only deal with the military industry and the dow jones index, they are not interested in the rest and that is why they have a social bomb on which they sit and which every time they explode, they explode a little harder than last time. Each of them when he sits in the oval office hopes that his 8 years will pass without shit, and then let the heir take care and so the pressure rises….

      look around. Why will people take to the streets - for silver in the championship, and for anti-racism? Or for an efficient judiciary? Or for media freedom (either just once)? So give the people a circus and keep working for friends….



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      • Although you have gathered here in large numbers to criticize Hamilton, you have unconsciously gathered here all around the idea that human rights violations in Saudi and Bahrain are bad for modern civilization. All of you like Hamilton think this violation is not cool for the age we live in.

        1: 0 for Hamilton.



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        • Nigel Mansell drv Show

          We all came together and human rights remained the same as before our gathering.

          Those who thought Hamilton was a prima donna and did it to be cool in the newly-popular “woke” environment, still think so.

          Those to whom he is the best driver ever who sincerely fights for the weak and oppressed, still think so.

          Overall, the result is zero, with time and resources spent.



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        • @drv

          Is silence the same as denouncing injustice?


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        • Nigel Mansell drv Show

          @PetarAMG
          Aaaaa, you are the one who walks the streets of the capital every day and shouts in support of oppressed blacks in America, Uighurs and Tibetans in China, Croats in Serbia, Serbs in Croatia…
          You are the one who interrupted “Dancing with the Stars” and “Millionaires” for supporting the oppressed Palestinians in Israel!
          Are you the one who supported women's rights in Saudi Arabia before every screening at Cinestar?
          Or are you not? Silence?

          What is the limit of silence? Should we all walk around the city and shout these things so that we are not declared Nazis, because we are silent about injustice? Should a normal life stop and everyone just fight for justice? And what justice? Everyone has their own? Lots of questions, and it's easy to be pretentious and declare yourself a saint and the only right one…

          Basically, I think human rights violations are bad for any age, not just ours. I think it's safe to say that it's not "cool" a bit irrelevant and fashionable, as is Hamilton's behavior. I think it’s ok when Hamilton does it in his spare time, not in a race. I think the problem is when political things spill over to the sports fields as is the case now with Armenia and Azerbaijan in the People’s Football League. I am sure that in their eyes it is also a fight for human rights, even when the Azerbaijani Minister of Sports (or some football boss?) On the field says that all Armenians should be exterminated because they are a threat to his people (.

          As for Hamilton, maybe the man really has the best intentions. Honestly, I don’t know because I’m not in his head. The problem, however, is in his approach, which seems a bit hypocritical. That hypocritical element is what irritates people.
          Example 1: he rides in his speedboat with a dog and cries about how hard it is in a world full of suffering, so he retired to the sea that afternoon, alone without a cell phone and cameras (except that the whole camera crew was on board with him to do so) packed in media cellophane).
          Example 2: he tweets how forests and the sea are being destroyed (* kof * I'm on a speedboat * kof *) and sends us his positive vibes to inspire us to be better. He works for F1, which produces 256 tons of CO2 per season (excluding spectator consumption), is the first driver of Mercedes to emit 16.4 tons of CO2 for each car produced, a company that paid a 700 million euro fine for cheating on eco-tests. Their main sponsor is Petronas, an oil company. He owns 15 cars, 8 of which are super cars, and has rented hangars in America and Europe where he keeps them. It has a private jet worth £ 25 million and a yacht worth £ 3 million. He himself has the CO2 footprint of a small country and then tweets that we need to be vegan to reduce pollution. Ok, supposedly that he started selling cars for a higher purpose, and organizing a new more environmentally friendly series of races, it might be some of that. If it really is, no one is happier than me…
          Example 3: He constantly emphasizes that he supports BLM, because he himself feels racism. He has the highest salary in F1 (£ 5 million a month), a villa from 1860 in London of £ 18 million, a penthouse in New York of £ 32 million (with pool and wine cellar), mostly total discrimination… I know, you will say that he hadn’t always had it all and that there might have been discrimination before. Maybe he is, probably, I wasn’t around while he was growing up. Admittedly, he came to F1 without the great wealth and powerful sponsors that most drivers need, but it doesn’t matter. Yet when he says now how he feels about it now, then it sounds hypocritical.

          In fact, the whole "woke" thing started with him when he publicly announced in 2017 that he complained to his little nephew because he was dressed as a princess, "and that's not for boys." Immediately, "woke" fighters jumped on him and crucified him in the media. To protect his career, Hamilton sprinkled himself with ashes and became one of them. At first he probably did it to prove he wasn’t a Nazi, and when he saw how popular and “cool” it was, then it set off…



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        • @drv

          So the option is to travel the world and spread the good word or be silent? That is the problem. Which makes you feel called out by Hamilton's activism. That's why you can write "what do I have to go around town and shout". No, you don't have to.

          You know what you can and it actually requires less energy than trying to spit on Hmailton? Ignore that this has to do with Hamilton whom you say you can’t stand and focus on the topic.

          Just give a plus to a positive comment or write that you do not agree with human rights violations.
          That's it. Enough. A small shift for the better.

          If nothing else on this portal there is no missing topic for spitting Hamilton. This can be done in the article before, and it can also be in the article that follows.

          The very fact that some of you cannot praise or write something positive about this topic, even though you think that human rights are being violated in those countries, because in the title Hamilton only shows that you put your intolerance towards him before even your beliefs.

          Do you understand?


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        • Nigel Mansell drv Show
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          @PetarAMG
          There's a lot written there, so I'll tell you what I understand.

          At the moment, there are a lot of smart and superficial people in the world, and I see them here, who have several problems.
          The first is that if someone disagrees with them or thinks something different, it means they agree with the human rights violation and it all applies to them as well. The accusations start immediately and deviate from the topic and the discussion on the topic. Because there is no discussion with haters.
          The second is that they understand all these slogans and human rights in a pathetic way. "Let's just talk about it and spread love and understanding and the world will be a better place."

          Personally, I have nothing against Hamilton nor do I have the impression that I have spat on him. The thing is that he himself, with his statements and posts of all kinds, put himself under the lights of the media, he asked for it himself and escalated to the point that he is the most present of all F1 drivers in the media. In doing so, he himself did not follow what he advised others to do. In all dictionaries it is the definition of a hypocrite, and that is his problem. I think I wrote and explained quite clearly.

          As for what he preaches, I don’t see myself as his target group, I don’t feel called out, nor does it bother me at all. I am not a racist, I have collaborated with people of all races and from all continents and I have absolutely no prejudice against anyone. I live in nature, I have been behaving ecologically for a very long time and my CO2 footprint is lower than most of my neighbors and countrymen. My only sins are that I love F1 and meat.

          I think it’s pathetic when in front of Hamilton’s fans I have to define myself in advance like this, because it seems that when someone just thinks I don’t like Hamilton it automatically means I’m a racist and a polluter of nature. And it is also unfortunate when Hamilton's fans pose as great authorities in the fight for human rights and look down on everyone else who is doomed to be racist because, well, they are not thrilled with Hamilton's tweets. When I discuss with someone, my first assumption is that man is not a racist and is aware of global warming. That seems like a common sense thing to me. Sometimes I’m wrong, but at least I don’t think I’m better than others.

          So I will share with you my thoughts and my struggle in the spirit of Hamilton, so that the world will become a better place, and you too may see me in a new light:
          Today I was in the yard and walking through my forest, in the autumn fog while nature slept. I’ve been thinking about how others can’t enjoy this kind of peace either. Peace was interrupted by a neighbor who set out to prepare for slaughter this weekend. What a barbarian, how he only treats animals. When I agreed with him that I had had enough of a kilo of sausages and some cracklings, I slowly headed home. I send you all my positive vibes and hope to experience a world where both Hamilton and non-Hamilton fans respect each other!



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        • Sebastian Vettel The Best F1 Driver Show

          Kakav te 1: 0 spopao…

          We can all gather as many as we have, I mean all Croats and protest about the situation in Bahrain…
          Everyone else on the planet can gather except Bahrain and that again will not change the problem in the slightest.
          Because the team from Bahrain that decides will still not hear it.

          All that can happen is to cover up the current case or possibly let those specific prisoners out, they do two interviews and then they are run over by a truck…
          After that, they fucked F1 out of their country and again nothing to anyone…

          The only ones who can do something about it are the people of Bahrain, but even if they haven't so far, they won't now.
          And not without worrying about the sky, one Hamilton explained to them that shit is at their home, nor should he explain it to them, they know that themselves sami

          Think about it, do we really need to explain to Hamilton that these are of no use to us?
          And do you think that it would be of any use for Hamilton to explain something to us or for them to say "don't steal and don't be so chronically incompetent" to the baby, would that change anything?



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  7. Kimi Raikkonen 7 Iceman Donator Show

    Jaoooo this is great



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  8. Chase carey hattrick Donator Show

    Come on, Hamilton, you can do it. hehe Tell your friends the emirs of Qatar, Kuwait, and Bahrain that they are violating human rights .. I don't think it occurs to him. He better stick to his American PR humanity management. And let those who need it smoke. And those who cut off their heads with them over coffee with a wide smile. Just like the whole world ... especially the Americans who adore this ultra-rich Muslim people with all their advanced ways of taking away human rights, and who are prevented by America because of this strong electoral-democratic PR. He wouldn't be surprised if there isn't a dose of jealousy hidden in that admiration. hehe

    Personally, I think 90% of philanthropists (excluding characters like Sasha Leonard Cohen) are essentially nothing more than ego.trip cast on the world stage who carefully choose their engagements that are as risk-free as possible for them… very likely at the urging of their PR team which elaborates the whole story well. For example, I have never seen any of the LGBT characters or “save the animals” characters go into serious human rights fights around the world, say in Africa, or “God forbid” of the Saudi country. Decide why. :)



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    • Lewis Hamilton smr201 Show

      So if you are engaged in charity work and you do not risk imprisonment, loss of income or something else, you are an egotripper?
      What is a serious fight? End up in custody in a regime country? Isn’t it enough to give more money than 99% of the population for something you want to influence?
      Btw. there are a lot of them who do not publish at all for which all charitable purposes they invest money.
      There are those you talk about who do it for PR, but to say that 90% of philanthropists are such nonsense is notorious.



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      • Chase carey hattrick Donator Show

        It's notorious to you ... it's crystal clear to me. In the world of rich bastards who present themselves as philanthropists, they usually do this in order to raise their importance and avoid paying taxes. Mostly they do not do it out of their beliefs, but skillfully choose the foundations to which they pay money, thus getting PR and publicity that is important to their business and that amount is deducted from taxes, none paid more than what they would pay annually for taxes, and i guess they get some relief with that too. Media personalities have nothing to invest as much money in as one industrialist has, so that way is quite natural as an investment in their business. Each of the media-exposed characters must have one dose of egotrip, otherwise they wouldn’t be dealing with it, but the question is how much something is fake and how much it isn’t. So I gave one example in the form of Sasha Leonard Cohen who confirmed in a bunch of ways that he’s not a fake… everything else (and that’s the most famous one) is pure fake to stick to which medal more. Activists in various parts of the world who sacrifice themselves are mostly people, often parents who have suffered a certain problem, so they emphasize this problem as a thought of their actions in society throughout their lives ... and these so-called actors are, and only are, nothing more than… . actors.



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      • Sebastian Vettel The Best F1 Driver Show

        Is that the greatest philanthropists are flowers…
        They fight against everything and everything, and give their money to charity…
        It just never occurs to them to, say, pay their employees fairly and sell us their product at a fair price…

        The super character who takes advantage of everything and everyone for a small salary of a god in China, Thailand, the Philippines, or God forbid, and then sells these goods at 100 times the price of production characters in Europe, and earns a few dozen or even and hundreds of millions a day… and in the end he is a tremendously large benefactor when he agrees to give a million or two dollars to charity.



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  9. Alain Prost Alain Prost Show

    What do they say in Mercedes about Lewis ’activities, how are their sales in Bahrain going so far?



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  10. Blue Flag dFixxx3r Show

    just to mention the fact, and that is that sport and politics are deeply rooted in each other and that one cannot do without the other. this is stated in the professional literature, including sociology, and is taught at faculties.



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  11. Bernie Ecclestone Dani Donator Show

    Haha political prisoners who can send messages by mail and all that in a totalitarian regime. You are well planted. What's next? "Dear Lewis, I'm writing to you from North Korea"?



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  12. Niki Lauda wapi Donator Show

    Now an example of political activism came to my mind that ended badly for the "politician".

    Sinead O'Connor, once a planetarily popular Irish pop singer, after tearing up a picture of Pope John Paul II with the statement "fight the real enemies!" has soon lost its planetary attraction… ..



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  13. Lewis, at least with us, has no problem because Kar KI, smr201 and Dani defend him in any article, any move in the race, etc.…



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    • Susie Wolff Har Kl Donator Show

      Top of argumentation;)



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    • Lewis Hamilton smr201 Show

      When you already caught me answering you. Lewis Hamilton needs me to defend him from anyone, please jump
      But to point out that it’s very popular here to spit on Lewis for anything that’s true.
      Also, when he declares nonsense as "interesting tactics", I say that it is a stupid statement and that he did not need it. When he has a bad race I say he was bad.
      And you look at the comments on this article where he spits on Ham even though he didn't do anything, but an article came out that some people from prison sent him a letter. Is that a normal reason for you to spit on a man? So who's crazy here?



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  14. Ross Brawn 27Ferrari28 Donator Show

    Wait a minute, so he risks writing a letter from a prison in Bahrain and he still writes it no more and no less than to the Guardian / Hamilton. It means that the repressive state would not see the light of day at first, and then he would die under unexplained circumstances, and Hamster's brakes would loosen just in case, even though he never received that letter.



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  15. Ferrari peewoslav88 Show

    I don't want politics in my boutique



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  16. Marlboro Hey You Show

    My king, fuck him when you're not black, but take charcoal and spread it well, that's the only way he'll answer you ..


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