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Flat White

Peter FitzSimons, the atheist fire-and-brimstone preacher

15 April 2018

12:05 PM

15 April 2018

12:05 PM

Don’t you find it interesting that the one guy in the media who was calling down fire and fury on Bancroft, Smith and Warner for their involvement in ball-tampering recently has just doubled down in condemning Israel Folau for simply reminding us that there are also serious moral and spiritual consequences for the way we live in relation to God?

So, let me get this straight: according to Pirate Pete it’s okay to humiliate and sin-bin Steve Smith and David Warner for at least eighteen months—and in the process, potentially ruin them financially for agreeing to give a cricket ball a...

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