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Cancel culture

20 July 2019

9:00 AM

20 July 2019

9:00 AM

Everyone who hasn’t spent the last six months under a rock knows about Israel Folau and how he’s raised northwards of two million dollars to fund his religious freedom case. Bully for him. Already a millionaire, he’s not going short while litigating all the way to the High Court. Have you heard of Brian Leach, Andy Ngo, or Noah Carl, though? All three are ‘little blokes’ — in Ngo’s case literally as well as figuratively — and all have been ‘cancelled’ in such a way as to put Folau’s situation in the shade.

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