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Old 06-12-2010, 10:23 PM   #1
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joey johns aparently said to timana tahu about greg ingliss..." i want you to smash that black cunt..". to which tahu, (who is mauri, and and white as me) walked out of the NSW camp citing racism.

i, myself, have played 20 years of rugby league with and against aboriginal players...black fellas. they dont mind being called black fellas, they call eachother black fellas, call us white fellas, etc, etc. ( i hope an aussie mod sees this thread as he will understand what im saying..)

often, either, on the field, or in the dressing sheds, black fellas, or white fellas will say, 'hit that black cunt'. or 'hit that white cunt'. it isnt racism. its just how country footballers interact with eachother in rugby league teams in australia.

black fellas call eachother 'black fellas', and often call white fellas 'white fellas' when explaining who someone is.

what joey johns has said wasnt unusual. what tahu has done is!!!!!

there is nothing wrong with being a black fella or a white fella. coulour isnt the point. its just a description of the player, or person.

so in rolls mundines big mouth. now he recons he never played for australia because of racism.........which mal meninga (a black fella) laughs at. mal was a selector in those days, and mundine just wsnt first in line for the position.

but mundine is using this unfortunate media blow up, to make his own profile rise, and promote his next sham fight.

how low can mundog stoop?

oh.........and i have aboriginal heritage, and jewish heritage.

timana could have said somerthing to joey, as they have played football together that goes back to 96.......timana could have kept it in camp. but he is a drama queen. do a google on what he said about rugby league before he defected to rugby!!!!

but the real villiain here is mundog. trying to sell tickets throught a racism row....

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Inglis is black, and is a cunt. Tahu should harden the **** up. You're not in union anymore pal.
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Inglis is black, and is a cunt. Tahu should harden the **** up. You're not in union anymore pal.
i take offence at calling the word 'cunt'. women all over the world consider you a '***ist' and you should be sacked from your job!!!!!!

i dont actually think ingliss is a cunt. but as he is born in nsw, he should be playing for nsw...not qld...
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i take offence at calling the word 'cunt'. women all over the world consider you a '***ist' and you should be sacked from your job!!!!!!

i dont actually think ingliss is a cunt. but as he is born in nsw, he should be playing for nsw...not qld...
He done a Jake the Muss on his missus didn't he? That makes him a cunt in my book.
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also. im sorry, i should have included the link to mundines vomit..

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Old 06-12-2010, 11:00 PM   #6
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He done a Jake the Muss on his missus didn't he? That makes him a cunt in my book.
mate, you shouldnt say that without providing a link.....to the story.
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Tahu is a bitch, end of story.
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Old 06-12-2010, 11:15 PM   #8
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tahu is half maori half aboriginal,

and a ****en bitch, he should have dropped the druggo johns on the spot and then played - he's let his team mates down. Wasn't he in the paper last week saying he valued the origin jumper more than a wallabies one? Wanker.

heres a bit more of his background and friendship with inglis.

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With diesel fumes hanging in the air, treading the dust under the beating Bourke sun was even more sapping than usual for a 12-year-old Timana Tahu. Barefoot, pockets empty of even lint and with sweat-soaked hand-me-downs hanging from his thin frame, he stood disenchanted.

''One day I was walking in Bourke by myself,'' Tahu says. ''I had no money, I was starving, didn't have many clothes and my friends were doing bad **** like stealing and whatnot. They were going down the wrong path, I was following them and I realised I hated the person who I was. I hated myself. And I said to myself, 'I want to change my life'.''




Tahu's Aboriginal mother was moving to Grafton, 12 steaming hours away by bus, with her new partner, a policeman. And when Tahu's Maori father wasn't driving trucks, he was courting his new girlfriend in the desolate reaches of far west NSW.

''Dad loved me but I probably didn't feel like I was getting the attention I needed from both of them,'' Tahu says without so much as a hint of disdain or sadness.

''A few friends of mine were going to the hostels and said you get to go to school and you get shoes, clothes. And I was just like, 'New shoes! I wanna go'.



''It was tough growing up there, so I ended up going. I did it on my own back - I caught a bus.''

But life for the wiry Tahu - a picture of childhood innocence just months out of primary school - was not about to get any easier. The Dubbo Aboriginal Hostel bore no resemblance to an oasis.

''The hostels, they're made for indigenous kids in outback towns who want to make something of themselves,'' Tahu says. ''But they make it very hard to do it. I was getting handed down second-hand clothes from other kids, we got $10 a week pocket money and if you didn't make your bed or something you got fined that money.

''So sometimes you'd have no money and on the weekends you'd be broke. And kids being kids, you muck up and get in trouble.

''It was hard. We lived on curried sausages and rice for years. I swear to God, that was my breakfast, lunch and dinner … You'd try and scab a few bites of a pie because you were just sick of eating curried sausages.

''We lived five kilometres out of town, they'd drive us to school on the bus and pick us up and that was our lives.''



So when teammate Jarryd Hayne persuaded fellow Eels to donate some time at Mt Penang Boys Home in the pre-season, Tahu was hurt. Bitter even.

With memories flooding back of his two hostel stints in dilapidated and lifeless government buildings where the halls echoed with empty mid-afternoon silence, an angry Tahu exchanged some heated words with Hayne.

''Me and 'H' had a bit of a row - my friends and cousins who I grew up with all went to that place and it was just for naughty boys,'' an emotional Taha recounts. ''You go to a boys' home and they have the best set-up - Xboxes, counsellors, they get fed and schooled. They get everything.

''I took my nephew back to the hostel I used to go to and the facilities are ****. You get fed three times a day like a jail, you're in small rooms. They don't get rewarded.

''The kids who go to the hostels aren't there because they did something bad, they are the ones who want to change and make a better life for themselves. But their conditions are appalling.

''And they're still eating the same food - curries sausages. That's what I grew up on, 15 years ago. They were underfunded - still are.''



Tahu's contempt with the government's and society's treatment of indigenous Australians stems back to his mother's childhood - reared in a mission, not allowed to work or even dip a toe in the public pool.

He gets emotional when he considers how far out of touch the general community is with Aboriginal people and their way of life, but pointed to this year's Indigenous All Stars match and the 2008 Indigenous Team of the Century announcement as major steps forward.



A teenaged Greg Inglis - who stayed at the same Newcastle hostel as Tahu when he was 14 and played in the same Aboriginal knockout team - chose to represent Queensland on the advice of his Brisbane foster parents although he was raised in Bowraville. The decision was based on the widespread belief that Aboriginal athletes were not recognised in NSW as they were in Queensland.

''I never knew Laurie Daley was Aboriginal until two years ago,'' Tahu says. ''And it makes you wonder if Laurie Daley had recognised himself publicly as an Aboriginal in the past, would he still have made all those rep teams and played for Australia? That's just an example.

''My jaw dropped when I heard some of the players' names read out for that Indigenous Team of the Decade and the All Stars stuff. I was like, 'You never said that when you were playing'. When that All Stars team was announced a lot of boys started coming out of the woodwork. And being Aboriginal, coming from an Aboriginal heritage, it does hurt when blokes wait until later on in their careers to do that.



''It hurts because when they were at the top of their game, they could have been inspirational to people like me when I was younger.

''But I guess what hurts the most is that those players felt they couldn't acknowledge themselves because they feared a bad reaction.

''When some people are unsure of themselves or the reaction, they tend to sit on the fence.

''We're all starting to catch up slowly - there are a lot of successful Aboriginal people starting to emerge. I think there's a brain surgeon now, doctors. There are academics now, we're not just sportspeople.



''But our rugby league players can start to stand proud now at least.

''Most of the time it's just been me as the only indigenous fella in the NSW sides.''

So when Tahu stands shoulder to shoulder with Jamal Idris and Tom Learoyd-Lahrs on Wednesday night, and opposite mate Greg Inglis, trepidation will make way for delight.

Tahu, in his own words, on
…GREG INGLIS

''He's a big boy and he's got those big, long arms. You could put him anywhere and he'd go well. He played in our Aboriginal knockout team at fullback when he was at Newcastle. He was at the same hostel as me for a couple of months. We know each other; my manager knows him pretty well.''


LEAGUE WAGES

''I could have made a lot more in rugby, I could have played a World Cup. But the hardest thing for me was being away from my family. You're in Perth for a week, then overseas and I felt like I was living out of a suitcase and never saw my family. I'm not a bloke who chooses money over family. I was brought up with hardly anything, and I know what it's like to be a battler. So for me, all the money in the world doesn't mean a thing as long as you've got your family.''


HIS FORM

''People were saying, 'Has he still got it? Will he be the same player he was two years ago?' … [those questions] made me train harder. And having Daniel Anderson as coach, he is tough; he doesn't hold anything back. He hasn't let me get away with anything because I've played rep footy or whatever, he's treated me like everyone else and worked me just as hard, which is what I needed. The hardest thing has been retraining my brain. Getting used to the up and back, the up and back. Tackling, wrestling, trying to scoot out of dummy half again.''
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Well done to Timana for sticking by his principals. He's gone up in my books.
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Tahu should of beat the cunt out of the powder freak Jamie Goddard style and kept his place in the side.
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Well done to Timana for sticking by his principals. He's gone up in my books.
yeah hes sticking to his principles but i still reckon he should of cleaned him up Goddard style and represented his state.no wanker should rob you of that honour.Tahu is hurting himself and his NSW teammates down withdrawing this late.
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Old 06-13-2010, 12:00 AM   #12
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Tahu should of beat the cunt out of the powder freak Jamie Goddard style and kept his place in the side.
yep, shoulda beat 2 shades of shit out of him,

he's let his team mates down by walking out on them.


On another note - I still can't believe druggy racist johns and coke boy wendell have television contracts.
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Old 06-13-2010, 12:33 AM   #13
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Im an eels supporter and was dirty on them for taking Tahu back. He's an over-rated sooky la la.
Im white, no racist inkling at all, but i dont get the getting offended by names, especially these days.
If anyone watched the footy show this morning, Gordon Tallis has the spot on attitude towards racism.
**** off back to union Tahu !
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Tahu needs to wash the sand out of his vagina.

****ing hell, what a prema donna.
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sucked into Johns...racist cunt.

i hope now he can never get a job that has anything to do with league.
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