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Friday, May 17, 2019

They will never stop coming for you

If the SJW antichrists are willing to destroy their entire programs and deplatform their biggest stars for failing to submit to their wickedness, what won't they do to you?
Israel Folau was today officially sacked from the Australia rugby union team for a homophobic Instagram post. The decision makes the devout Christian the first Australian athlete dismissed for expressing religious beliefs.

Folau, 30, has the right to appeal and have his case heard at a second code of conduct hearing by a new panel. But he will reportedly skip that process and head straight to court to argue that he is being persecuted for his religion.

In a press conference this afternoon, Rugby Australia CEO Raelene Castle said Folau was a 'great player' but that everyone has the right to be respected regardless of sexuality, race, gender or religion.

Ms Castle said Rugby Australia 'did not choose to be put in this position.'

'We want to stress that this outcome is a painful outcome for the game. Rugby Australia did not choose to be in this situation, but Rugby Australia's position remains that Israel, through his actions, left us with no choice but to pursue today's outcome,' she said.

'This has been an extremely challenging period for rugby. This issue has created an unwanted distraction in an important year for the sport and the Wallabies team. Our clear message today is that we need to stand by our values and the qualities of inclusion, passion, integrity, discipline, respect and teamwork.'

Ms Castle said she had told all rugby players in Australia that RA supports their rights to their own beliefs. 'But when we are talking about inclusiveness in our game, we are talking about respecting differences as well. When we say rugby is a game for all, we mean it. People need to feel safe and welcoming in the game, regardless of their race, background or sexuality. When players sign a contract with the Wallabies, they sign up to the values of the team and the sport.'
Bring back the Christian blasphemy laws. Because the alternative is not "free speech", but rather, Satanic blasphemy laws.

66 comments:

  1. Our clear message today is that we need to stand by our values and the qualities of inclusion, passion, integrity, discipline, respect and teamwork.

    Freakin’ corporate doublespeak. We can’t burn it down fast enough.

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  2. lol..the CEO Castle contradicted herself in her statement, Folau is being removed because of his "religious" view. Leftists are extreme hypocrites..lol

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  3. "Ms. Castle." I think that says it all.

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  4. 'Rugby Australia did not choose to be in this situation, but Rugby Australia's position remains that Israel, through his actions, left us with no choice but to pursue today's outcome,' she said.

    Wow. I mean, just, wow. Look what you made this poor woman do Israel. I think even Kratman would have trouble white knighting for this wench.

    '...This issue has created an unwanted distraction in an important year for the sport and the Sodomites team....' FIFY

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  5. The predictable outcome of letting a woman be involved in management of men's sport.

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    1. You took the words right off of my fingertips. Matter o' fact, women shouldn't even OWN male sports teams, let alone manage them.

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  6. "People need to feel safe and welcoming in the game"

    Freaking mule-whining toddlers. Do they need their sippy cup and favorite blanky too?

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  7. "free speech" - it sounded great as an idea. Who knew it would turn out so badly for Western civilization. I sure didn't. But now the evidence is clear.

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  8. "When players sign a contract with the Wallabies, they sign up to the values of the team and the sport."

    And if you signed up 10 years ago, they think they get to redefine what you agreed to according to their latest political fad.

    The idea of rugby as a sport being respecting of gay people.... maybe they are confusing it with soccer?
    Rugby is for big muscular blokes.

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  9. Oh look, women ruin everything, again.

    It's almost as if giving women positions of authority over men was a bad idea or something. If only we'd known.

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  10. Calling out the hypocrisy of the left is pointless. They actually get off on it and feel more power when we mewl and whine about how unfair they are.

    Making them taste their own medicine is how you do it. For example, southern states doing to abortion what some states have done to the second amendment. Yes I know that we have an amendment for guns but a decree from wring wraiths for abortion, that's a huge difference. But leftists don't know it as they wail and gnash their teeth.
    And as they try to, as I have already seen in lefty memes - which are bad such as "a good guy with an abortion stops a bad guy with an abortion" - to tell us WE have a double standard. The best response to that angle is to ignore them.
    And then sit back for a big reeeeeeeeee!

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  11. Our clear message today is that we need to stand by our values

    What are these values based upon and where did they come from? What makes them superior to Christian values?

    Simple questions that any Christian in a position to ask of Corporate PR people should be asking when official statements come out. The truth is plain as day. If he had quoted the Koran on homosexuals this would not be happening and his accusers would be called "Islamophobes". If he quoted the parts of the Talmud that denigrate Christ he would never have been fired but hailed as a hero, any criticism would be "anti-semitism". We know the "Christaphobe" is a non starter but to make them choke on their values he should play up the anti-pacific islander angle in court and that he is being singled out for his brown skin.

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    1. Learn from Islam and copy what works.

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  12. ...everyone has the right to be respected regardless of sexuality, race, gender or religion.

    Er, ahem, unless you're benighted enough to follow one particular religion, which we and our Father of Lies are trying so, so hard to eliminate from the world.

    If you actually follow that religion, then you deserve persecution!

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  13. "It's almost as if giving women positions of authority over men was a bad idea or something. If only we'd known."

    Quick. Somebody tell the pastors before it's too late.

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  14. The comments at the website are the usual conservative wail and moan, guarantee you that the twinky stuffer who supposedly runs that sports deal is wearing out the batteries on her vibrator just reading thru them.

    Not even a hint from those nice boy conservatives that they have a clue on how to delegitimize her or her stupid decision.

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  15. As a Kiwi who lived in Australia for several years, surrounded by Aussies during games who were just relishing chance to start the mocking once/if All Blacks lost, I HATED (feared) Israel Folau. Dangerous player. Wish I could be happy he's not around for the World Cup, but this is ridiculous. No joy in a weaker Aussie side losing. Huge respect for Folau, I had no idea he was such a legend spiritually. Hopefully plenty of Wallaby fans out there are having their eyes opened now.

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    1. @Toeis, can confirm. The woke wallabies will struggle to get out of pool play intonthe quarterfinals.

      Pity Folau cannot play dor Tonga in that tournament.

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  16. "When we say rugby is a game for all, we mean it. People need to feel safe and welcoming in the game, regardless of their race, background or sexuality."

    But not those filthy, vile Christians. They're not welcome.

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  17. In the future as in the past people will lay down their lives to defend Christ.

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  18. @14 Folau is taking them straight to court. He knows how to delegitimize them, and he's doing it. The entire contract was illegally modified, and I believe he also has a good case that he's being fired for his religion. I am not entirely sure, but I believe that is illegal in itself.

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  19. So if he had been Muslim would they have done the same thing? My guess is no.

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    1. Of course not. In fact, after 9/11 the Australian media went out of their way to praise a Rugby League player named Hazem El Masri, and made a huge deal out of the fact that he was a Muslim.

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  20. First comment on the blog, play nice.

    The Falou firing is a genuinely interesting moment. For one, in the very male sport of Rugby, a woman is in charge of Rugby Australia. She's a diversity hire, and appears eager to play high-stakes to cover her backside.

    Will this work? Falou will appeal of course, and it will come down to contract law in New South Wales. I'm not a lawyer. However, I have a strong suspicion that Raelene Castle will be fired, around 10 minutes after they lose this case. They should lose this case, of course. But this blog of all places understands how corrupt everything is.

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  21. Ms Castle said Rugby Australia 'did not choose to be put in this position.'

    "We are the victim here!"

    It will be interesting to see if Folau's lawyer has an actual plan in mind.

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  22. The PAST: A place where we all thought we could get along with each other, where a worldwide division-of-labor economy distributed the "work" to those "best" suited to it, such that every human could enjoy the fruits of Plenitude, a Garden of Eden where banished are hunger, want, hardship, loneliness and even boredom.

    The PAST was a universe of unlimited resources, where there was no reason to covet a man's wife because she was yours to take (if she desired) when you and he were done taking each other, where envy need not exist because all were deemed "winners" by definition and the rewards for winning free to all comers, and where anything anyone could want to do for pleasure could not be denied them.
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    One definition of INSANITY: Belief that you can have your cake and eat it too.

    The "blessings" of Plenitude [all the latest electronic crap, distractions galore, delegation of responsibility (for child-rearing, for future solvency, even for personal hygiene)] seemed like we could have our cake (blessings) and eat it too (without costs.)

    Guess what? The costs are intolerable. If the cost of basking in the Modern World's bottomless cornucopia of toys/fun/frolic is living the LIE, of tolerating (nay, enabling) the intolerable, of serving up our sons and daughters to a Lord-of-the-Flies ruling ethos, then count ME out.

    "Professional rugby?" (or any sport?) It's mass entertainment for the Mass Mind. It is the Life of the Lie, for it's based on the notion that we all can coexist under the same framework.

    We cannot. All roads lead to smaller congregations and high walls topped with razor wire and broken glass. All "mass" entities (e.g., sports) are doomed, as are products whose structure of production requires global levels of cooperation and mass agreement among even the consumers of them.

    The future is "less" stuff, more "soul." And a lot less cooperation & tolerance.

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  23. #18 maybe, I'm not a lawyer and frankly I put little faith in the legal system since it too is downstream of culture and influenced by the strong lead dogs of whatever POZ of the day.

    To keep this short I would be happy to see the woman's authority chipped away to nothing, but I doubt it since the Right never challenges authority, go read the comments, like a young boy pleading with his mother.

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  24. A lot of people outside and in Australia don't know this but Raelene Castle drove an NRL (Rugby League) team called the Bulldogs into the ground before she became the CEO of Rugby Australia (Rugby Union, a different code). The Bulldogs are still recovering. So she destroyed a club and was rewarded with a promotion to another sport and a bigger job.

    Why, well because she proclaims faithfully the intersectional religion. Rugby Australia is a struggling organisation. She's killing it thoroughly, but she's sticking to her progressive religion.

    I bet she'll get another promotion once she's done. These people care nothing for actual sport, IP, or anything, only convergence.

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    1. A lot of people outside and in Australia don't know this but Raelene Castle drove an NRL (Rugby League) team called the Bulldogs into the ground before she became the CEO of Rugby Australia (Rugby Union, a different code). The Bulldogs are still recovering. So she destroyed a club and was rewarded with a promotion to another sport and a bigger job.

      ...

      I bet she'll get another promotion once she's done. These people care nothing for actual sport, IP, or anything, only convergence.


      Heh, I was actually about to chide you for your first paragraph until I read your comment all the way through to the end. It's reassuring to see that you understand how things work nowadays:

      In today's Progressive Clown World, women are considered titans of industry when they destroy a business through their monumental incompetence. They are then given successively bigger businesses to destroy and lauded even more loudly as industrial superheroines.

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  25. Rugby = safe and welcoming and 2+2=5

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  26. It's obvious that Castle is pursuing a personal political vendetta therefore I propose that Milo be made the leader of that sports thing. Milo obviously loves and actually respects men, Mizz Castle is obviously a woman scorned and hence not qualified nor is it appropriate for her to be in a position which allows her to victimize players and the sport itself, she must go.

    And I'm sure Milo and that man would get along just fine.

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  27. Why is the head of Australian Rugby a woman? It all makes sense now.

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  28. LOL "values"

    What "values" would those be, being as it is that they don't have any.

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  29. @#13 - it already is:

    https://www.christianpost.com/news/liberal-lutheran-pastor-melts-purity-rings-into-vagina-sculpture-presents-it-to-gloria-steinem.html

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  30. I am not a rugby fan, but this is just another example, while not as near severe of the actual murdering of Christians, another sad example of the prejudice and hatred of Christians world-wide.

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  31. Fagotholicism. The high religion that Castle practices.

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  32. Mr.MantraMan wrote:... Mizz Castle is obviously a woman scorned ...

    It would be amusing if it comes out that her vendetta began when Folau wouldn't bed her.

    Mr.MantraMan wrote:... and hence not qualified nor is it appropriate for her to be in a position which allows her to victimize players and the sport itself, she must go.

    Yes.

    Mr.MantraMan wrote:... therefore I propose that Milo be made the leader of that sports thing. Milo obviously loves and actually respects men ...

    Milo might find himself in the same woman scorned boat as the current jezebel. No, let's put a decent, Christian man in there, as befits a social organization in a decent, Christian country.

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  33. "Rugby Australia CEO Raelene Castle said Folau was a 'great player' but that everyone has the right to be respected regardless of sexuality, race, gender or religion."

    Idiots. They can't even do logic. Too much diversity means that you encounter whole belief systems that are at odds with each other, contradictory, and it's dangerous to force these people together and order that "they get along." But this is the modern world of The West.

    It's no different than the bull and bear fights in the old west. Which, BTW, were eventually outlawed for their cruelty. Now we do it with people and expect it to work out just peachy.

    This rugby CEO (Raelene) is so dumb she doesn't even realize she is uttering nonsense. So "everyone" has the right to be respected, right? But then her actions say "sack that Christian rube, his head is full of bad ideas."

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  34. Purge187 wrote:@#13 - it already is:

    https://www.christianpost.com/news/liberal-lutheran-pastor-melts-purity-rings-into-vagina-sculpture-presents-it-to-gloria-steinem.html


    This is one of the best responses to that particular incident I've read online. https://dougwils.com/books-and-culture/s7-engaging-the-culture/that-lutheran-jezebel-lady.html

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  35. Dichotomies:

    Rugby vs safe and welcoming
    Australian Rules Football vs safe and welcoming

    Dearie, why then is Christianity not safe and being welcomed? WHO IS YOUR REFEREE?

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  36. @d.c Sunsets

    Indeed. There can be no paradise without God.

    No Eden where everything in it is perfect as well as having perfect bodies without God.

    The sacrifice of Jesus Christ was necessary for the resumption for a greater better Eden.

    And a far more perfect body of a far higher caliber. Of a higher nature than even the bodies of Adam and Eve.

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  37. Australia does in fact have blasphemy laws.
    They added law to the books making it illegal to disparage people based on their religious beliefs.

    I don't know about you but I'd classify career ruination over religious beliefs to be a step beyond disparaging.

    If his lawyer is competent, he should win, assuming the judges are not raging hypocrites like the 9th circus here in the USA

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    1. Yes, yes, but the precious feelings of delicate homosexuals and pederasts outweigh religious beliefs.

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  38. Rugby is not nearly as popular as AFL here. The rugby union can't afford to be playing with globohomo blasphemy laws because the entire organisation will fall into obscurity. Losing a case against the best player in the organisation will kill the whole project.

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    1. Please. The AFL will soon have "transwoman" players in its ranks. - SuDan Andrews will see to that.

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  39. The degenerates have reached a new low.

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  40. Should add one to the 1984 quote about freedom is slavery. Inclusion is exclusion.

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  41. Incoming MASSIVE Internet Censorship

    Be honest: 'Diversity™' makes free speech impossible.


    Because with the anti-White agenda, Diversity™ means everyone MUST think alike about the agenda of 'diversity™'

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tUeuVZ8AkAM

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  42. This is a perfect example of the Totalitarian Left. For all their platitudes and nonsense about inclusion and respect, they have none when it comes to Christians who do not make a secret of their beliefs. Like little girls playing with their paper dolls, they alone decide what everyone will wear or they will wear nothing at all.

    ARE there any Muslims who are players in Rugby Australia? Have they been quizzed or interrogated by this same woman for their religious beliefs regarding homosexuals? Are there any other Christians who play footie for Rugby Australia? Surely, if the purge has not been widespread, it surely will be in the near future or is the offense simply the fact that he admitted to his religious beliefs or that he did not keep his beliefs a secret? Muslims have a religious duty to lie to infidels but Christians consider it a sin.

    The Totalitarian Left has decided for themselves what sort of person will be permitted to be a free citizen in their country....and that will only be a person who agrees with them in every single way. It is ridiculous for the Totalitarian Left to even pretend to use big words like inclusion and equality and respect just as they do the very opposite in the most public way possible.

    Obviously, she cannot open her mouth that lies do not spew out. Rugby is not for everybody after all and they are proving it by this human sacrifice. Christians need not apply.

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  43. How many fellow Christians play in RA? How many have any intestinal fortitude? If as little as 10 starters across the league called the bluff and repost his message on their accounts, the RA would tuck tail and fold. This is true of almost any sports league. All it takes is 10 or so mid to top tier players calling the bluff to make the league back off. Notice how rarely that happens though. I would think Christ would be sufficient reason to take a stand.

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    1. Most of the vood players are polynesian, and a fair number of those are highly religious. They are hurting.

      Sonny Bill Williams, a kiwi Maoru who converted to uslam, plyed fie the bkues wuthiut the sponsors logo brcause it was a bank that charged interest against sharia.

      NZ aint Oz, but our elites are all globoislamqueer

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  44. What exactly is it with women and their obsession with "homophobia"? Even creepy male feminists can only muster the spineless Seinfeld response to homos.

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  45. Change a word and she goes to jail?
    "Rugby Australia did not choose to be in this situation, but Rugby Australia's position remains that Israel, through their actions, left us with no choice but to pursue today's outcome,"

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  46. "everyone has the right to be respected"

    This sort of intellectual incontinence would be funny, save for the fact that is now ending careers.

    There is no such thing as a 'right to be respected'. There cannot be any such right, any more than there can be a 'right to be loved', or 'right to feel safe'.

    Those are poetic phrases that women love to use, until they are actually asked to unpack them for their consequences and feasibility. This is about enforcing values, plain and simple. They use 'rights' language as a cover, but not a single one of these dopes could analyze what a 'right' is (natural, legal, etc).

    As Dos Voltz pointed out, in a multicultural society you have conflicting norms, so differences of opinion on which lifestyles are worthy of respect is part of what you are buying when you open your borders.

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  47. They did the same to Tim Tebow in the NFL. The players who had had 4+ children with 4+ women and the coaches who, almost every year changed mistress, could not stand to have Tebow around. All were safe in their sins as long as you kept a low profile.

    A week or so ago the club was set to over look Folau's great indiscretion, as long as he removed the post and was sufficiently contrite. Well, Folau upset that apple cart to his credit.

    How was his post homophobic when the meaning of his post was to warn others of their sins? His concern was for the soul of those sinners. Sinners are not hated, their actions are. But, there is a way out, repent of your evil ways and follow Our Lord Jesus Christ.

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  48. Apparently Blogspot has removed all blogs criticizing islam for violating TOS.
    The assessment that the left is anti-christ appears spot on.

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  49. Perfect, glaring example of why women should not be in charge of things.

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  50. So the head of Australian Rugby is a woman. Really?

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    1. The deliberate infiltration of SJW women into men's interests has been going on for some years, aided by Leftist "men" who think they might get to sleep with them.
      Vox's example of the guy in a sporting club who starts saying "We need moar women!" is a great one.

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  51. So, any Christian who says Homosexuality is wrong in public - can't play Rugby. What sense does that make? Its crazy. From the reaction, you'd think the guy was running around shooting Gays instead of simply posting his religious beliefs on a social media site. Like I said CRAZY.

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  52. The best and obvious response by the Rugby gal would've been "We don't agree with so-and-so'S views on Homosexuality. However, we are a Rugby organization not a political organization. We don't police the speech our players unless it affects the players."

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  53. In a press conference this afternoon, Rugby Australia CEO Raelene Castle said Folau was a 'great player' but that everyone has the right to be respected regardless of sexuality, race, gender or religion.


    The "right to be respected"? WTF? A right to other peoples respect?

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  54. Every once in a while some idiot or another in my local Linux User Group starts with the "we need to attract moar women!" theme.

    I've learned how to shut it down as quickly as it starts: "Why? Not a single one of them is going to sleep with you." Followed by a bit of dialectic:

    "The women here are those who are truly interested in Linux. To get MORE women here, you have to start setting an appeal for women who will be coming here for some other purposed. Just like we could get more men here by making it a Football/Linux group, and thus undermine the purpose of the group (Linux), likewise, whatever scheme you try to concoct to get people here who are NOT INTERESTED IN LINUX is doomed to destroy the purposes and interests of this group.

    "I move that if [offending individual] makes such a suggestion again, that he be banned from the group with prejudice. Kill -9.

    "The purpose of this group is Linux, not men, not women, not boys, not girls, not dogs. Whoever shows up is who shows up.

    "If YOU wish to pursue women, then I suggest you find some other activity, just like I do when *I* pursue women."

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  55. Cults need sacrificial victims. Some cults like the Christian make sacrifice _personal_, while some cults like the intersectional require _another's_ sacrifice. - If you know what I mean.

    Falou didn't stop anyone from doing anything. While RA stopped Falou performing his profession... 'The sacrifice I make for me.' vs 'The sacrifice YOU make for me.'

    Because conservatism got soft. Authoritarianism is Natural. If it aint the Right, then it will be the Left.

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