The politicization of all facets of public life continues as the radical left keeps pushing its agendas wherever and however it can. The NRL has organised for an LGBTIQ anthem to be sung at the Grand Final. Over 7,000 people have signed Tony Wall’s petition calling for the NRL to take LGBTIQ politics out of football. Opposition to these developments keeps being framed in the language of “bigotry” and “intolerance”. The Rev. Fred Nile MLC comments:

·        “I find it incredibly ironic that the ‘Yes’ campaign keeps calling those it does not like ‘divisive’, while it actively divides society on political lines.”

·        “The homosexual lobby has its own Olympics, its own award ceremonies in the cultural arena, its own flag, and now we are told they will have their own ‘anthem’. What next? Are they going to start handing out their own separate homosexual citizenships? Who is doing the dividing here?”

·        “The poison of identity politics is ripping our society apart. And this poison is being peddled by the ‘Yes’ extremists who are hell bent on putting Australian against Australian. This is not acceptable, whatever your opinion might be.”

·        “Have the geniuses in the NRL not learned from the experience in the United States? The radicals in America are also politicising their sports, with disastrous effects. People are tuning out, leaving the stadium in droves. And for what? Is this really what sport is about in the current year?”

·        “Corporate ‘status signalling’ has proven to be fatal to the business world. It has proven to be fatal to US sports. It will be fatal to the NRL. In the end, all Australians will lose out.”

·        “I call on the NRL to keep the politics out of Australian sports, so that all Australians can enjoy them, together. This divisiveness must stop now.”

Media inquiries:  Rev. Fred Nile MLC:               (02) 9230 2478

The Rev. The Hon. Fred Nile MLC

29 September 2017


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