Australia's highest paid rugby player refuses to retract "homophobic" statement

BURNΞR

Ostrich
Agnostic
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The man has something like a net worth of 6m. Once you get to the 5-6m mark money just becomes numbers and keeping score, his life won't get much better if he doubles or triples his stack. Once you become a multimillionaire things like integrity count more towards happiness. There are counter examples like Toni Robbins caving like a bitch to the #metoo but I think most masculine men aren't this greedy or obsessed with their careers. I understand working men often succumb to societal pressure but I'd like to imagine that once they have enough for a lifetime or two they will stand up for themselves and tell everyone to fuck off.

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Rorogue

 
Banned
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People aren't taking into account the social ramifications. Folau lives in Australia.

Australia's big cities are filled with purple pill alphas- physically large and aggressive men with blue/purple pill views, who will hound you in the street for having a dissenting opinion.

Google Peter Fitzsimons for example, a large, ex failed rugby player who is now a left wing journalist and SJW/male feminist who shouts people down.

Not to mention the leftist aggressive women who will confront him in public, enabled by said beta blue Pilled faggots.

If he lived in Melbourne, I guarantee you he would be denied service at cafes and restaurants, and regularly confronted by leftist clowns in the street.

He is risking a lot socially by doing this. And 5-6 million Australian dollars is not a lot for a 30 year old- he has 40 years to provide for his family and will probably not get a job in coaching or the media now. He has gone from golden boy to hated.

For the record, it is obvious that a lot of Australians also support him- you can see it on twitter. Australia's most famous female tennis player, Margaret Court, as well as some journalists on the so called 'far right', have stood up for him.
 

_Different_T

 
Banned
RE: Australia's highest paid rugby player refuses to retract "homophobic" st...

The man has something like a net worth of 6m. Once you get to the 5-6m mark money just becomes numbers and keeping score, his life won't get much better if he doubles or triples his stack. Once you become a multimillionaire things like integrity count more towards happiness. There are counter examples like Toni Robbins caving like a bitch to the #metoo but I think most masculine men aren't this greedy or obsessed with their careers. I understand working men often succumb to societal pressure but I'd like to imagine that once they have enough for a lifetime or two they will stand up for themselves and tell everyone to fuck off.

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@ Roosh

You may notice, they want any interpretation except for one...

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AnonymousBosch

 
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Para, for future reference, so that you don't take the bait in future:

Coincidentally, I just checked Vox Day's latest stream and it's on dealing with Gammas. Jump to 16:45 or so and listen to the next couple of minutes, when asked why he hates the predictable behaviour of the personality type.

He reads out a spot on comment: "I want a conversation about why I'm right. I want a study to show that I'm right."

https://www.bitchute.com/video/hcr8tnFwzIOF/
 

Paracelsus

Crow
Gold Member
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AnonymousBosch said:
Para, for future reference, so that you don't take the bait in future:

Coincidentally, I just checked Vox Day's latest stream and it's on dealing with Gammas. Jump to 16:45 or so and listen to the next couple of minutes, when asked why he hates the predictable behaviour of the personality type.

He reads out a spot on comment: "I want a conversation about why I'm right. I want a study to show that I'm right."

https://www.bitchute.com/video/hcr8tnFwzIOF/

Nah, you're entirely right. Which is why I'm not responding any further to that one. It was fun while it lasted.
 

Lovinglife

 
Banned
Last I checked, Rugby is played in non Western countries. He has an outstanding CV in Rugby hence be able to get another contract by another Rugby club (non Western) if he needs money.

The guy has brought to light how bad free speech is in Australia! Everyone knows he has the right to express his beliefs but due to how Left Australia is, these no more free speech! Australia was about accepting all culturals and beliefs like most Western countries but it's all bullshit in today's world!
 

911

Peacock
Catholic
Gold Member
There's not much money in rugby outside western/5 eyes countries.

Doesn't matter though, he does have FU money, $6M is enough, disagree with Rorogue. That's a nice homestead and everything you need, plus $5M in the bank. He can start his own parish and media outlet, I guarantee he will have a strong following, real Christians everywhere are craving for the return of righteous clergy leaders.
 

StrikeBack

Ostrich
Gold Member
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Leonard D Neubache said:
And then he accused me of something that seemed so utterly bizarre. He accused me of having conviction. He really meant it, too. He almost spat the word like an inquisitor would spit the word "sin". It was like being accused of being jacked or generous or smart. It was more or less the time I realised I couldn't meet him in the middle anymore.

It's the left wanting to play God. Here's one in the Folau saga, just the headline alone says it all:

https://www.foxsports.com.au/rugby/...e/news-story/098213a7319206c676c0e9b02e289454

"‘I live for God now’: Unrepentant Folau breaks his silence"

Look at the word "unrepentant" in that context... This is not unintentional irony. The balls these faggots have to completely flip the word around, and do so on Easter no less.

Israel Folau has spoken publicly for the first time since his latest social media scandal, saying he will continue to prioritise his faith over rugby and doesn’t regret his controversial comments regarding homosexuality.
Folau spoke to the Sydney Morning Herald at his Sydney church on Sunday after a tumultuous week in which Rugby Australia and the Waratahs announced their intention to terminate his $4m contract after the offensive comments which have been publicised and debated around the world.

The Wallabies superstar didn’t say whether he planned to legally challenge his impending sacking.

“It’s obviously a decision that’s in the process right now but I believe in a God that’s in control of all things,” Folau said.

“Whatever His will is, whether that’s to continue playing or not, I’m more than happy to do what He wants me to do.”

Folau, 30, added that he would “absolutely” be content with a life away from rugby although he admitted he would miss it.

“First and foremost, I live for God now,” Folau said.


“Whatever He wants me to do, I believe His plans for me are better than whatever I can think.

“If that’s not to continue on playing, so be it.

“In saying that, obviously I love playing footy and if it goes down that path I’ll definitely miss it.

“But my faith in Jesus Christ is what comes first.”

Super Rugby’s all-time leading tryscorer, Folau said he had no regrets about his social media posts, which stated that homosexuals and other “sinners” were destined for hell unless they repented.

Anyway, Folau has got himself a star lawyer and is going to sue the bastards.
 

Transsimian

Ostrich
Gold Member
RE: Australia's highest paid rugby player refuses to retract "homophobic" st...

There's always Japan, some company teams will pay over a million a year for the prestige of an elite international player.
https://sports.vice.com/en_au/article/mgmk8p/welcome-to-japan-club-rugbys-most-intriguing-outpost

French Top14 rugby pays more than Australia, and they might accept him.

Folau would laugh himself to the bank if he got all the money from his Australian contract from a Fair Work Act 2009 lawsuit, and an equal amount from a non-Australian club.

And yes, there is a strong legal argument for it.
https://lawandreligionaustralia.blog/2019/04/14/reflections-on-the-israel-folau-affair/
 

Leonard D Neubache

Owl
Gold Member
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StrikeBack said:
Leonard D Neubache said:
And then he accused me of something that seemed so utterly bizarre. He accused me of having conviction. He really meant it, too. He almost spat the word like an inquisitor would spit the word "sin". It was like being accused of being jacked or generous or smart. It was more or less the time I realised I couldn't meet him in the middle anymore.

It's the left wanting to play God. Here's one in the Folau saga, just the headline alone says it all:

https://www.foxsports.com.au/rugby/...e/news-story/098213a7319206c676c0e9b02e289454

"‘I live for God now’: Unrepentant Folau breaks his silence"

Look at the word "unrepentant" in that context... This is not unintentional irony. The balls these faggots have to completely flip the word around, and do so on Easter no less.
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Unrepentant.

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Seriously, though. As a father you're going to find your view on this stuff deepening dramatically. Before my kids I never really gave a crap about this stuff but now it all simply inspires different degrees of that "some creepy pedo-looking dude just followed my boy into the public toilets" feeling.

I'm not sure how I'd handle it living in the city. Just thinking about it raises my blood pressure.
 

Mr. Wolf

Robin
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Aurini said:
Ain't that cute; AnonymousBosch's link from earlier, about the gay/pedophile network in Rugby and Hollywood, wound up connecting to Ellis, the author of American Psycho.

I hated that book; didn't make it past the first two chapters. Nothing but a meandering stream-of-consciousness diatribe about what brand names and fashion labels everybody else is wearing (I don't know most brand names so this was Greek to me). Wound up watching the movie eventually, and it wasn't much better.

It all makes sense now that I realize it wasn't about a serial killer, it was about being a homosexual. Narcissitically obsessing over the attributes of everybody around you (the homo means that you're both directly comparable), obsessing over what the crowd thinks of you, and fantasizing their murders - this could be a metaphor for AIDS or merely the natural antipathy one has to people they lie to.

Man, people loved that movie. So dark triad and sexy and alpha. Patrick Bateman: American Homosexual.

Yeah, I tried reading that book years ago, but I couldn't get past the part where they're comparing business cards. It all just seemed ridiculous and weird, and very boring. I hadn't had much or any exposure to fags by then, but in hindsight it was all just faggery.
 

PixelFree

Kingfisher
Catholic
Let's see how this goes down - https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/ar...Rugby-Australia-religious-discrimination.html

Israel Folau could SUE Rugby Australia for religious discrimination if they terminate his contract over social media post saying gays will go to hell

Folau could make a legal claim if his contract is terminated, an expert said
Under the Commonwealth law Folau could claim he was discriminated against
Folau, 30, said gay people needed to repent for their sins or they'll go to hell
The Wallabies star plans to fight to keep his career and four-year contract
 

Rocha

Ostrich
Gold Member
RE: Australia's highest paid rugby player refuses to retract "homophobic" st...

Mr. Wolf said:
Aurini said:
Ain't that cute; AnonymousBosch's link from earlier, about the gay/pedophile network in Rugby and Hollywood, wound up connecting to Ellis, the author of American Psycho.

I hated that book; didn't make it past the first two chapters. Nothing but a meandering stream-of-consciousness diatribe about what brand names and fashion labels everybody else is wearing (I don't know most brand names so this was Greek to me). Wound up watching the movie eventually, and it wasn't much better.

It all makes sense now that I realize it wasn't about a serial killer, it was about being a homosexual. Narcissitically obsessing over the attributes of everybody around you (the homo means that you're both directly comparable), obsessing over what the crowd thinks of you, and fantasizing their murders - this could be a metaphor for AIDS or merely the natural antipathy one has to people they lie to.

Man, people loved that movie. So dark triad and sexy and alpha. Patrick Bateman: American Homosexual.

Yeah, I tried reading that book years ago, but I couldn't get past the part where they're comparing business cards. It all just seemed ridiculous and weird, and very boring. I hadn't had much or any exposure to fags by then, but in hindsight it was all just faggery.

I never read the book, and just found out now that Easton Ellis is a fag.

I don't find it nowadays a very interesting story but I think the film is good due to great acting (specially by Cristian Bale as usual), and the 80s music and references. And will not lie, at first screening I found it amazing, then a few months back watched it again and it had lost some appeal.

As for the thread topic, this says more about the evils of social media than the ((jews)) faggs and bosses...

Nowadays any fool can express his mental farts in a social media platform, and of course that person is on the line of fire of anybody who feels offended. Now, if the fool is a public figure, the backlash will be multiplied by how many the message reaches...

A few years back, this guy would have just voiced this opinion in the family dinner, or at the sunday mass.
 

Green-On-GO

Woodpecker
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PixelFree said:
Let's see how this goes down - https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/ar...Rugby-Australia-religious-discrimination.html

Israel Folau could SUE Rugby Australia for religious discrimination if they terminate his contract over social media post saying gays will go to hell

Folau could make a legal claim if his contract is terminated, an expert said
Under the Commonwealth law Folau could claim he was discriminated against
Folau, 30, said gay people needed to repent for their sins or they'll go to hell
The Wallabies star plans to fight to keep his career and four-year contract

Yep he mentioned 8 sins and they claim it's an anti gay tweet ..he did not single out gays .He mentioned them .

I'm still waiting for Islamic hate preachers to get thrown out of Oz for anti gay sermons.

He could play in Japan or France for more money.He does this court case then his on a plane for pay day.Rugby Union is only big in 2 Australia States.The rest of the country does not play or care.
 

Darth

Pigeon
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MUCH respect for this dude.

I don't know if you agree with me, but I, for one am getting sick to death of faggotry and their agenda being thrown in every one's faces especially in mainstream media.

There are a couple of shows which I enjoyed for the most part that I had to stop watching because of the faggotry deliberately and unnecessarily embedded in the shows.

No I do NOT want to dudes kissing (or worse) on my screen and not I will NOT support that shit.

Roosh said:
He stated that all homosexuals go to hell. He was told to retract his comments or face termination of his lucrative contract. He has refused to retract.

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Australian rugby star Israel Folau is facing a ban from the national side after claiming that gay people would go to hell.

The 30-year-old full-back, who is Australia's best-paid rugby player, posted on Instagram last week to say that 'hell awaits' for 'drunks, homosexuals, adulterers, liars, fornicators, thieves, atheists, idolators'.

Rugby chiefs have said the homophobic comments 'warrant termination of his employment contract', which is believed to be worth around £1.1million a year.

But Folau has refused to back down, saying it was up to God whether he would carry on playing and insisting he would rather face the end of his career than retract his comments.

The row has also engulfed England's Billy Vunipola, who 'liked' the post on Instagram and later defended the Australian player, remarking that 'man was made for woman to procreate'.

https://www.dailymail.co.uk/sport/s...ad-plans-terminate-Israel-Folau-contract.html

This is how it begins... when men suddenly find courage. To prevent it from being contagious, the establishment will levy harsh punishments on men like him, but it won't work. More men will speak out.
 

N°6

Hummingbird
Through the auto playing algorithm on you tube, I came across a Russian documentary about the LGBTQ agenda which has ravished Western politics.

It described this political process:

1 tolerance
2 acceptance
3 celebration
4 forced participation
5 punishment

We have been at stage 3 for years and we are about to enter stage 4. This is when pastor’s sermons will first be checked by political commissars before delivery to churches.
 

Bienvenuto

Pelican
Gold Member
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A little obscure as a channel and poor production values but this guys is funny and knows his stuff.

Some gold here. Christchurch Muslim darling rugby player Sonny Bill Williams is in regular dialogue on Twitter with an imam who calls homosexuals animals.

 

Teedub

Crow
Gold Member
A few years ago I genuinely didn't care about what gays got up to. I didn't like Pride parades and stuff, but I also knew many gay people didn't like that they were somehow representative of the entire 'community'. However, due to the incessant pushing of gay stuff (and by extension, other sexual oddities) I really wouldn't be particularly opposed to it being outlawed now — and every gay person I meet wouldn't have my benefit of the doubt, they'd have to prove to me they were a cool person to talk to.

I don't support throwing them off roofs or anything like that, just kept behind closed doors or whatever. I'm sick of them, basically. Judging by what I read online, I'm not alone in this change in attitude. Moreover, Christianity strictly forbids it, why do these liberal Christians try and dodge this point. Either you believe or you don't. You can't pick and choose over something as important as this issue. This isn't wearing clothing knitted of two different materials, this is about degenerate filth.
 
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