The cartoon by Paul Thomas from the Daily Express shows UK Prime Minister David Cameron and some of his cabinet colleagues watching the high jump event at the Commonwealth Games live on TV. Cameron comments, "If Russia was in the Commonwealth, Putin would be for the high jump ..."
If you say that someone is (in) for the high jump, you mean that they are going to be punished because they have done something bad or are responsible for something that failed. • She'll be for the high jump when her mother finds out she's been smoking. Cameron is, of course, referring to Russian President Vladimir Putin's supposed involvement in the shooting down of Malaysian Airlines Flight 17 over Eastern Ukraine last week.
Note the use of the second conditional to talk about an unreal possibility. See The English Club for more on this grammar point.