Will you be celebrating Australia Day on the 26th mate? Let me play devils advocate a little.
I think, as a couple of people have pointed out, the line is becoming blurred on what should and shouldn't be allowed. Personally, I don't think any sign of political activism should be allowed on the field, that includes left or right, even BLM. Full stop. I think BLM is, as good intentioned as it may be, taking the debate in the wrong direction. The real issue is inequality and injustice at so many levels whether it's rich vs poor, black vs white, political left vs political right.
BLM has reduced the debate to a race issue. Of course racism needs to be kicked out, that bit is obvious to anyone with sense. But a lot of people from poor working class families also get shot by police or killed by right wing militias across the world. From Philippines to India, Russia to USA, countless countries, and to refer to Cenk's Grey Wolves sign...Kurds in Turkey at the hands of the Grey Wolves he supports. This is the real issue, and should be tackled off the field, not on it.
My reasoning is this - the game is watched by millions, including many young people who are impressionable and may think it's ok to go round flashing fascist salutes after seeing that. The game should be about football only on the field.
Off the field, if a player wants to express their political views, they have the absolute right to do so whether it's support for UKIP or Lib Dems, BLM or "Antifa", Labour or Tories. What clubs tolerate as acceptable to their values and culture should be managed at club level, and players not in line with club values should be punished by clubs as they see appropriate. This is why I was so incensed that Everton have failed to punish Cenk for what is essentially a fascist salute on the field. They have displayed extraordinary levels of disrespect towards the game and the fans.
Sorry for the long answer, but if you want a short one, I will not celebrate Australia day as I'm not Australian
If I was though, I would celebrate, but wouldn't have wanted Harry Kewell to celebrate it on the field when he scored.