OK, that mindset I dont accept because that's quite stubborn and unilateral attitude.
Again, as far as I see, I cannot find anyone who's claiming like that. Unfortunately you just keep misreading others.
Sorry but you are stating to sound sophistry I'm afraid. What if I asked you in turn "do you disregard matters in other countries?"?
But anyway I've explained my opinion with this much sincerity and respect, as well as made clear that I do not disagree with you on the whole, so maybe I should stop here.
OK here are a few:
"I has to be said though, why stop at Bahrain. Why not boycott all races where there is a dictatorial regime in place ?"
"Bring humanity to table and GPs at all NATO countries should be boycotted too, which is absurd."
"It all seems like a lot of bother over nothing. Will the teams and drivers be safe? If so then they must race. Teams and drivers can't decide on an ad-hoc basis as to which races they will and won't compete in. There are human rights issues with many countries that host F1 races. Be it China or perhaps some teams might take issue with even the UK! What about America? This is a country that openly tortures innocent people and keeps them locked up all in the name of 'war against terror'. It is a country so barbaric that it kills it's own citizens under the pretence of justice. Now you may not agree with me but many in the pitlane would, so should teams be allowed to choose if they race in the US if it comes back on the calendar? "
I think we may have a language or translation problem here.
Here are some opinions people hold. They have a right to hold those opinions but they are absurd opinions and the opinions deserve no respect. Now this is just my opinion, which according to you, you have to respect right?
The Twin Towers were demolished by George W Bush.
Elvis is alive and well in Flint, Michigan.
The world is ruled by an underground reptilian species.
The Easter Bunny sneaks into my house and leaves me candy.