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Couldn't work in a peg factory

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Couldn't work in a peg factory

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Black White Brindle and everything inbetween Report This Comment
Date: October 01, 2016 01:05AM

Just goes to show the IQ level of this retard. Umm rich retard that is.....
Why is he rich? Because he was given the opportunity to make millions in sports
through a society that gave him a fair go. Not because of his skin color or religious beliefs.

This turd thinks he's smart by using his name in the media to copy-cat a protest situation happening in the US.
However, the circumstances are different in Australia although racism is still alive, the government and the majority
of indigenous peoples have been working together for many years now, helping to heal the past and giving more opportunity
to ALL Australians who are WILLING to do something with their lives. The days of victimization and guilt ridden handouts are over.

This Fuckwit wants our sports people to ignore our National Anthem this weekend during the football grand finals
not realizing that most of our sporting heroes who come from all different cultures including those of Aboriginal descent
are completely DISGUSTED with his brainless so-called political outburst.

Don't like what's happening in our country Mundine? Well FUCK OFF and go live somewhere else.
You have just further contributed to the problem and are refusing to work with the soloution AGAIN.
But make sure to leave all your millions you made here behind so it can be given out to those who would be grateful to receive it
you ungrateful RACIST misogynistic homophobic prick.

Approx 99% of comments made in reply to his media statements on facebook are telling this guy that he is a FOOL
So there's your response Mundine and not in support of you. So APOLOGISE and KEEP YOUR TRAP SHUT or LEAVE AUSTRALIA
Mrkim Report This Comment
Date: October 01, 2016 02:19AM

^^^ Exactly the way most Americans feel about the jackass Colin Kapernick who started all this BS here in the US ^^^ hot smiley

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Black White Brindle and everything inbetween Report This Comment
Date: October 01, 2016 03:30AM

Kapernick's protest and the whole police, blacks with guns, guns themselves and racism issues in the US are very serious
but I can tell you this. Mundine not only couldn't think of the idea by himself but if he did,
seriously, someone here would of shot him. He's lucky in a sense that he didn't start it himself.

Just not necessary over here, it's not perfect but we definitely started the healing process many years ago.

Someone forgot to tell this dumb fuck that if the Dutch settled here instead of the English,
there wouldn't be an Indigenous population - period.
pulse Report This Comment
Date: October 01, 2016 09:09AM

I've clearly missed something here.

Regardless, great AFL game today, and pretty happy with the outcome; and certainly nobody ignored the national anthem before the grand final.

Happy with the Bulldogs win over Sydney today; and tomorrow we just need the Storm to take the honours to make it an all +61-3 weekend smiling
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Black White Brindle and everything inbetween Report This Comment
Date: October 02, 2016 07:34AM

Yes, both grand finals were great with both winning teams deserving their victories.
Well done Dogs and Sharks.

But Anthony Mundine is still a FUCKWIT. No changing that until he changes his attitude.
jgoins Report This Comment
Date: October 03, 2016 07:18AM

"but I can tell you this. Mundine not only couldn't think of the idea by himself but if he did,
seriously, someone here would of shot him. He's lucky in a sense that he didn't start it himself."

How would someone have shot him when there are no guns over there?
pulse Report This Comment
Date: October 03, 2016 07:23AM

There's plenty. Yet, still I don't feel the need for one myself.
Black White Brindle and everything inbetween Report This Comment
Date: October 03, 2016 08:28AM

These boxer types and other loudmouths like Mundine have come to grief in the past, either being shot or bashed with iron bars etc,
normally by gang members of some type (bikies, mafia, union thugs) because they tend to gravitate towards each other.
You can buy guns from these guys, just not as easy as buying them in a shop in the US and a lot dodgier too.
jgoins Report This Comment
Date: October 03, 2016 08:29AM

I thought they were all illegal down under. How long does it take the police to arrive when they are called?
Black White Brindle and everything inbetween Report This Comment
Date: October 03, 2016 10:17AM

All semi automatc weapons are illegal in Aus but you can legally own a single shot gun / rifle
if you follow strict laws. Most farmers own guns for culling purposes but they have to be stored in a steel
case with a key lock (not padlock) and must be bolted to a concrete floor or locked up at a gun club.
The action bolt for the gun must be kept in a separate lockable case at least 50 meters away from the gun itself.

So if a robber comes in your house at night, forget the gun. Grab a baseball bat.

Although gun crime still happens, it's not to the same extent as the US and the police aren't called out as much.
When they are, it's not normally to do with guns but sometimes it is.

It's loud mouthed Fuckwits like Anthony Mundine who incite gun violence and now that he has proclaimed to become
a muslim, it will only make matters worse - for him.
jgoins Report This Comment
Date: October 03, 2016 07:28PM

Hopefully no nutcase will break in armed with a machete planning to kill the entire family. It will be up to you to protect everyone until the cops arrive. I would just as soon shoot and kill him then have a cup of coffee while I wait for the cops to come.
Adam Hartley Report This Comment
Date: October 04, 2016 03:09AM

That has happened here about 5 years ago.
The perpetrator was a family friend.
But what brought the government to change the gun laws in Australia was this:
[en.wikipedia.org]
woberto Report This Comment
Date: October 04, 2016 03:15AM

jgoins Report This Comment
Date: October 04, 2016 07:50AM

Adam, that is sad what happened and I do understand the reaction to it, but I don't understand blaming the tools he used instead of trying to deal with the underlying problem that caused it. Even with all your restrictions on guns they can be had if a criminal wants one bad enough. That is a problem here in the US, even if we outlawed all guns, criminals and gangs would always have them and be able to get them. There is a reason why all the mass shootings occur in gun free zones.
Adam Hartley Report This Comment
Date: October 04, 2016 09:00AM

Yes, it was really sad when that happened.
The new Prime Minister had just taken over the top job only a few days before
and had to do something about gun reform immediately or he could of easily lost his new job.

Bryant (the murderer) should have been shot on site. When they took him to hospital to treat
him for major burns to his back, the nurses and doctors refused to treat him but were
forced to after stop work meetings with the medical board threatened to sue them if they didn't comply.

I guess it was a rare situation because Bryant had the fortune or misfortune
of coming into a lot of money, through inheritances, which allowed him to buy
a huge cache of assault style weapons. No background checks were ever done on him
when he was buying the arms. He had a long history of mental illness from childhood
and should never have been allowed to purchase a sling-shot let alone high powered automatic weapons.

If those laws were in place before the Port Arthur massacre, there's a high chance the damage may not of been so bad
but who knows, money will buy most things- legal or illegal.
jgoins Report This Comment
Date: October 05, 2016 07:50AM

Hopefully Australia will never see a radical Islamic type terrorist attack like is happening around the world. Over here they prefer making their attacks in gun free zones. In other countries like France and Great Britain, they attack there because they have strict gun control laws. Maybe they haven't done anything down under because it is more difficult to get there, because no other nation connects with yours physically but if they are allowed to continue to grow like they have the last 8 years then who knows.