It is nothing less than expected that the over-privileged, under-talented society of sore losers would rather pose a horse for “Person” of the year than to accept the humiliating fact that with all the socioeconomic undermining they have constructed for their advantage, they still cannot beat the powerful people they label as the underclass.
But never mind the fact that this award called the “sportsperson” of the year has only been given to humans since its inception in 1954; Serena is the champion winning 53 of 56 matches she played this year, including 3 of the 4 Grand Slam events and holds the No.1 spot in the WTA rankings every week.
Her career achievements include: 21 Grand Slam titles, 36 Total Grand Slams, 69 singles titles, 22 Doubles Titles, 6 US Opens, 4 Gold Medals, 6 Wimbledons, 6 Australian Opens, 3 French Opens, 2 Mixed Doubles, and a Career Golden Slam.
“We are honoring Serena Williams too for reasons that hang in the grayer, less comfortable ether, where issues such as race and femininity collide with the games,” Stone wrote. “Race was used as a cudgel against Williams at Indian Wells in 2001, and she returned the blow with a 14-year self-exile from the tournament. She returned to Indian Wells in ’15, a conciliator seeking to raise the level of discourse about hard questions, the hardest ones, really” said Christian Stone of Sports Illustrated.
Note: even though the Indian Wells community of affluent idiots chanted racial slurs the entire time she played, Williams still beat them at their game.
As chief editor of Melanian News I am proud and honored to celebrate Serena Williams’ tremendous accomplishments that make her far greater than anyone ever before her and I am happy that the world can see just how petty her opponents can be.
Change is coming!