Thread: Saina Nehwal
11-01-2012, 03:38 AM #1123
11-01-2012, 03:56 AM #1124
11-01-2012, 04:01 AM #1125
The right to freedom of expression applies equally to everyone, and I believe we can be more liberal,tolerant and give others the benefit of the doubt. I always strongly feel we can attack each other's views and arguments but not personalities. This is the main point of my post. Let's not talk about mrinalini to whom I hereby apologize for dragging him/her in inadvertently.
11-01-2012, 04:03 AM #1126
11-01-2012, 04:15 AM #1127
11-01-2012, 06:13 AM #1128
China at the 2012 Olympics: 38 golds and 88 medals in total; they won all 5 golds in badminton.
India at the 2012 Olympics: 0 golds and 6 medals in total - pathetic! Even Korea, which must have like half the population that India has (maybe even less?), managed 13 golds and 28 medals in total. Saina had better thank her lucky stars that Wang Xin got injured or she would have kissed that bronze medal goodbye. Even then, the Indians treat her like such a heroine for having won a bronze - I guess that's about the most they can hope for so they had better be impressed, right? LOL!
Oh, but then I've just found out that Saina isn't entirely a loser; she is Commonwealth Games champion after all. It's surprising that she managed to win anything there considering what a disgrace India made of hosting those Games. That's about as far as Saina will go, though; there'll be no Olympic gold in her future and no hosting of the Olympics for India, too...LOL...LOSERS!
It is not the only remark the person made so I would request you to see his other comments also....There is quite a bit difference between constructive criticism and bashing....And we can give the benefit of doubt a limited amount of times but we can't give the benefit of doubt everytime a person uses his right to freedom to bash a particular country or person....
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11-01-2012, 07:12 AM #1129
11-01-2012, 07:18 AM #1130
I thought we've moved on but now I'm dragged back in.
@depleter, I wish to point out that you left out an important citation in quoting mrinalini's post which elicited his/her response, namely this:
Originally Posted by scorpion1
Li han has to return back to home.. Chinese are sore losers.. Not saina.. Hee hee
11-01-2012, 07:30 AM #1131
11-01-2012, 08:07 AM #1132
To add,for this matter I think we can rightfully narrow it down to a personal quarrel between scorpion1 who started it and mrinalini who reacted to it. Certainly it's NOT between China/CHN fans and India/Indian fans - Heaven forbids.
Furthermore, to clarify mrinalini's earlier remark "Go, Mitani! Thank goodness she won - if I had to endure more Indian "hee hees", I would have puked...." - I failed to understand how it could be construed as anti-India in general or anti-Saina in particular, as the word 'Indian' was used as an adjective to describe 'hee hees' with an oblique reference to scorpion1.
As to the second post depleter quoted, I'd take it that mrinalini was expressing his/her subjective opinion as to whether India would get to host the Olympics or not (but who can tell the future?). His final outburst "LOSERS!" was also a tit-for-tat targeted at scorpion1 in retaliation.... Neither party represents their respective country or fans and can only speak for themselves.
In any case, my main concern is upholding the right to freedom of expression without abusing it. Let's not blow up the two protagonists' altercation out of proportion. There should be a clear dividing line between fair comments/criticisms and malicious accusations/attacks.
To quote Voltaire (attributed to him): " I do not agree with what you have to say,but I'll defend to the death your right to say it."
11-01-2012, 08:36 AM #1133
11-01-2012, 08:50 AM #1134
Those who wanted to see the entire series of messages, they can go and watch the thread Li han. Another guy named "Miqlin7" has mentioned the following.
"Han Li's first campaign SEA region commences in Thailand next week. She will face the cocky and soreloser Nehwal in the second round.
Wish Han Li all the best."
For that i replied back. I am not the one who started. JustinL is always try to conceal something which was arised from his own country and put it right back on others. That is his quality. I am not the one who started this.
And for all your notice, If you wanna know about this Miqlin7, you people can visit
"http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rbzbX7_boLs" and you can find how many criticism he has got for that.
For people to know more about him clearly, you can visit
"http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NmdRb3loUUI" and see how that guy criticizing other top players. I have been following his comments in youtube for 2 years. Once when i saw his comments in Li han's thread , i was shocked to see that. I replied to him. I have not started anything of my own.
Justin is very much good in handling words, giving so many reasons for whatever that guy mrinalini said and making that negative comments as positive as if he has not done anything wrong. Excellent Justin
11-01-2012, 09:07 AM #1135
Leaving everything apart, i wanna post the news where it has been mentioned that saina is not goint to participate in china open 2012. Sindhu seems to participate in china open 2012. Lets hope for the best.
" http://www.dnaindia.com/sport/report...a-open_1758686 "
Sindhu is going to face Eriko Hirose in the first round.
11-01-2012, 09:56 AM #1136
According to 44th week ranking ,
Saina has 82111.744 points. approximately 2000 points lesser than Li xuerui. And interesting in this BWF ranking is points gathered by Juliane Schenk. She has 68248 points barely 700 points lesser than Wang Xin and only 1300 points lesser than Wang Shixian. If she continuously moving ahead until semifinals in every tournament , she will come to fourth position soon.
11-01-2012, 10:23 AM #1137
I dont know whether anybody watched this saina's interview after she has taken a ride on an Indian Air Force aircraft.
We salute you for giving us the first medal in badminton history.
We hope all other girls would take her as a role model and achieve success in their life.
11-01-2012, 10:41 AM #1138
11-02-2012, 09:23 PM #1139
A title and a second place in a tow
Satisfied with her performance in Europe, Saina said, "I am very happy to have played so well in Denmark and France and now I will be concentrating on Hong Kong Open. I'm very happy to have won in Denmark...happy with the way I played."
Hope she will grab that HongKong title to her credit. All the very best Saina
Last edited by scorpion1; 11-02-2012 at 09:26 PM.
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