The Carlton Football Club is the most wretched organisation in Melbourne and has never won anything without brown paper bags being involved somewhere along the line and the loathsome assortment of northern suburbs’ boofhead wogs, obnoxious loudmouth business tycoons, and grubby Jew dentists who take an immediate dislike to you upon learning you follow Richmond (not naming names here (legal reasons)) that support this god awful club can at least have some pride that it has, or had, the only AFL player with the discernment and courage (and probably means of course) to refuse the mandated pseudo vaccine for the illness with a 0.2% fatality rate, average age of death 80 odd:
Carlton’s star defender Liam Jones has abandoned more than $1m in future earnings after sensationally walking away from the game because of his refusal to get the Covid-19 vaccine.
Jones pulled the pin on his own career and left Carlton’s backline with a major hole after months of talks over his vaccine hesitancy ran aground over the weekend.
He’s 30, so doesn’t have a great many years left in the game, and on $450,000 a year, so he’s not quite a “star”, but as they say is important “structurally”, and decent tall defenders are hard to replace, but he is kissing goodbye to millions (before tax).
Probably he’s seen the evidence of sportsmen clot shot victims dying or collapsing on the field:
Maybe he saw Bill Gates basically admit the fake vaccines are a bust:
Despite being one of the largest proponents of presently-available COVID-19 vaccines, Gates admits to the failure of the vaccine industry that he has worked so hard to prop up.
— Rebel News (@RebelNewsOnline) November 9, 2021
Maybe he watches CNN, and has learned a thing or two from such viewing:
In any case Carlton has been a basket case both on and off the field in recent years and Jones’ noble departure is hoped by all to continue that happy state of affairs, which goes some way to making up for all the cheating they’ve done in the past.
Women’s football is ludicrous but it is fair to point out that Adelaide AFLW premiership player Deni Varnhagen has also refused the shot. The women players are part timers, and she is a nurse who works in intensive care units (hello), so she’s losing both jobs, and she’s reasonably easy on the eye, and here she is protesting:
In the National Rugby League there also appears to only be one who is standing tall, at least in Victoria, that being Nelson Asofa-Solomona, who is from Nova Zeelandia partly via Samoa no doubt, who really looks the goods for a rugby player, and plays for Melbourne Storm.
There are very few players who are resisting this lunacy.