Nekadašnja teniserka revoltirana ponašanjem Australijanaca.

Nekadašnja teniserka koja je u kariejri nastupala za Srbiju i Australiju revoltirana je ponašanjem građana Melburna. Na svom instagram profilu podelila je sliku praznih rafova u prodavnici.

Teško detinjstvo koje je proživela motivisalo ju je da napravi sjajnu tenisku karijeru. Mogla je i mnogo više, ali je to neka druga tema. U ovoj poruci pričala je samo o pohlepi i bezobrazluku sugrađana.

Korona virus je i u Australiji uneo paniku, ljudi su ispraznili police u marketima, a Jelenu Dokić je takvo ponašanje iznerviralo. Kao neko ko preživeo rat, manjak hrane i ostle teškoće, ovo je pogodilo nekadašnju teniserku.

''Ovo je užasavajuće i nepotrebno. Nisam sigurna da li sam ljuta ili tužna. Videla sam rat, bila sam izbeglica nekoliko puta, iz prve ruke sam videla kako je to kada nema hrane. Hrane u prodavnici nije bilo jer je ljudi previše kupuju već zato što je nije bilo u čitavoj zemlji'', napisala je Jelena na početku poruke.

Nastavila je da skreće pažnju na probleme sa kojima se borila u detinjstvu i da tu situaciju upoređuje sa današnjom.

''Kao mala sam gladna provodila dane i noći. Nisam imala para da kupim hranu. Stajala su u redovima još kao dete, na ciči zimi,  da bih dobila parče hleba. Nismo imali struje i grejanja kada je napolju bilo -20. Preživela sam sve to i mogu da kažem da je ovo nepotrebno. Ne samo to, ovo je neuviđavno, pohlepno, nepristojno i odvratno'', zaključila je Dokić.

This is absolutely terrible and not necessary and I am not sure if I am more angry or sad. As someone who has seen war and being a refugee more than once,as someone who has genuinely seen what it looks like when there is no food in stores not because people are over buying but because there is no food in the whole country,as someone who went hungry many days and nights,as someone who had no money to buy food and as someone who stood in lines for hours at a time at 4 am in freezing cold as a kid to be able to get a small piece of bread and had no electricity and heating when it was -20 outside,trust me what we are doing now is not necessary. In fact it is inconsiderate,greedy,rude and disgusting. We are in tough and unprecedented times but there is more than enough food and supplies to go around for years to come and we have enough to feed everyone. This panic buying is just hoarding and all of those people that bought so much food and don’t even get me started on the toilet paper,bought more than enough for months and even years.It’s a joke. With that all of those people showed just how greedy they are and unkind. Instead of being so selfish some of those people should be checking on the elderly and people with disabilities and helping them buy food and whatever else they need because they all missed out and they are doing it tough right now and are the most vulnerable. Let’s stop being selfish and let’s unite and stand together to get through this.We will get through this but in the meantime let’s help the ones that need help and instead of making the news for fighting with each other in the supermarkets,let’s make the news for helping the vulnerable and uniting together. Be kind to one another and stay strong,healthy and safe everyone. #corona #coronavirus #virus #together #unite #covid_19 #covid #covıd19 #australia #melbourne #greed #selfish #greedy #unkind #bekind #helpeachother #dotherightthing #emptyshelves #notok #stophoarding #stophoardingtoiletpaper #wewillgetthroughthis #sad #angry #stop #stoppanicbuying

A post shared byJelena Dokic (@dokic_jelena) onMar 21, 2020 at 2:12am PDT


Ostatak Jelenine poruke, u kojoj govori o tome da ne treba praviti prevelike zalihe u ovim trenucima, kao i da treba pomagati komšijama u težoj poziciji, možete pročitati na Jeleninom instagramu. Ona je priču završila porukom da je bitno ostati pristojan u ovim trenucima.

Jelena Dokić je rođena u Osijeku, ali se tokom rata u bivšoj Jugoslaviji njena porodica preselila u Sombor. Nekoliko godina kasnije je usledila nova selidba, ovog puta u Australiju, gde nekadašnja 4. teniserka sveta i danas živi.