Sorry Saga - Why do we fight?

My ex is colombian. And i know people who lived in Medillin through Pablo Escabar.

And I have family friends in Mexico.

So yeah you could say I have a different perspective

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which suggests the ex MFC doctor has probably released patient information. The strangest thing is this policy which the doctor is railing against has been endorsed by the medical profession.

Read the article I posted above yesterday, the doctor is supportive of the policy.

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Doctor is concerned about the culture at Melbourne, not the policy.

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seems like the Dr is focused on welfare of his ex-patients rather than AFL and club brands.
doesn’t like AFL sweepy sweepy…

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Watch him go under the bus

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Because he knows the policy is dedigned to protect the image of the AFL not the health interests of the players.

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In the article linked above:

Arain says the national competition’s approach towards illicit drugs is one of the better things the AFL has done.

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There’s no motivation for him to follow the AFL line. If he was that easily manipulated the story wouldn’t be out full stop.

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Just messing

https://www.heraldsun.com.au/news/opinion/allan-hird-afls-drug-policy-a-line-in-hypocrisy/news-story/84f369f8ff98fdda00118deb5a75dea1

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All we need is an essay from Bruce Francis and we will have gone full circle

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Don’t know about Bruce but Alan Hird has an axe to grind and is entitled to do so. I’m on his side on this.

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and this is what the drugs commission was investigating way back as if they could care less about some poxy peptides they were after the illegal “recreational” drugs & the cover up this is why the AFL & the NRL did deals to to scapegoat a big team that had not had premiership success in a few years & not the entire competition !!! I said it back then & I am still saying it now !

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yeah good on them for condoning a crime …not that I think taking drugs should be a crime but the fact is here in Australia it is a crime to take cocaine …if the AFL were really serious about helping the player they would hand them over to the police or at least get them treatment in a rehab centre cocaine & other party drugs can kill or does the AFL not take any responsibility for allowing players to develop drug habits because it gives their media something to write about when it all goes pear shaped like it did for poor Ben Cousins

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I knew it was big & probably has bike gangs involved too which is what drugs commission was originally looking at now there is proof but hey nothing will come of it …where are the 16 pages a day about this drug story as there was for us for 18 months !!!

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I am always amazed that the organised crime link and betting angle isn’t really explored by the media.

It would be so easy to get a player to use the good stuff, then blackmail them to the crooks advantage.

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It has to be happening. They’d be the easiest targets to manipulate.

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