Is Folau such a bad person and his religious views so offensive and obnoxious and extreme and abusive that he cannot be tolerated in?

mainstream employment. He is a fundamental Christian with obvious conservative views. BTW he doesn't think that homosexuals go to hell , he believes practising homosexuals go to hell. There is a difference.

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  • Anonymous
    1 year ago
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    The pot is nearly at 2 million dollars.

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  • Anonymous
    1 year ago

    The people complaining should look in their own backyard considering they descend from Christians who would of quoted those verses freely years ago

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  • Anonymous
    1 year ago

    This has been blown out of all proportion by a noisy minority, 99% of us would never have heard about it otherwise. Useful idiots they are as there's a broader war on freedom of speech happening globally which will eventually bite those who brought this up.

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  • Anonymous
    1 year ago

    When Folau and the church lose the case, I hope it opens the flood gates for more people to take the church on.

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  • 1 year ago

    he said things that's in the bible...…...and to be sacked for that is wicked

    • Sono
      Lv 4
      1 year agoReport

      slavery is in the bible, should we all buy one, moron

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  • 1 year ago

    The main problem here which everyone seems to be forgetting is that he was clearly in breach of contract. He got fired because he broke his agreement with his employer. This happens to everyone, not just people with extremist views. This is not happening to Folau because he is a fundamentalist Christian, it is happening to him because of employee misconduct.

    Rugby Australia had warned him about making those kind of posts on social media and in the public in the past. This didn't just come out of the blue, they followed disciplinary procedures properly. I wouldn't be surprised if they said something like, we don't really care what your views are, just don't make controversial statements on social media while you are a representative of Rugby Australia. Folau forced their hand, he put them in a position where they had to terminate him. He doesn't have a leg to stand on legally, there is no way he will win a case against RA.

    What Folau is now essentially trying to do is get all the equality legislation in Australia altered so that fundamentalist Christians are the only protected group while everyone else can go to hell. Not only are his ambitions selfish and dangerous, but they are also extremely unchristian. He has gone to the fundamentalist Christians for money who have previously raised legal funds to try defend paedophiles and rapists, so he is not in good company.

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    • Half Drawn Boy
      Lv 7
      1 year agoReport

      That's true to a certain extent. If there is something in his contract which infringes on his basic human rights then his contract becomes unenforceable which is actually bad for Folau. There is no way Rugby Australia will offer him a new contract now after the shitshow he has caused.

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