Employment lawyer Josh Bornstein says that Jesus would be fired on social media in the middle of the Israel Folau sage

One of Australia & # 39; s leading employment lawyers has suggested that Jesus Christ be fired as Israel Folau for violating a modern social media clause in the workplace.

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Josh Bornstein, chief lawyer for Maurice Blackburn, has spoken out because the fired Wallaby has raised more than $ 1.7 million to fight Rugby Australia.

The class action prosecutor criticized social-social clauses in the workplace and stated that Jesus Christ should be out of work today because of & # 39; unemployment that has become ridiculously high in the labor market & # 39 ;.

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One of Australia & # 39; s leading employment lawyers suggested that Jesus Christ would be fired as Israel Folau (pictured right with wife Mary) for violating a modern social media clause in the workplace

One of Australia & # 39; s leading employment lawyers suggested that Jesus Christ would be fired as Israel Folau (pictured right with wife Mary) for violating a modern social media clause in the workplace

& # 39; The code and workplace policy conditions now require employees to be effective brand ambassadors on a 24-7 basis and meet requirements that Jesus Christ would not be able to meet if he were still moving among us & # 39 ;, he told the ABC & # 39; s 7.30 program on Tuesday.

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& # 39; If Jesus Christ were still moving among us, he would be unemployed. & # 39;

He spoke out when the Australian Christian lobby raised more than $ 1.7 million in just two days to help Folau defeat Rugby Australia in the Fair Work Commission during his resignation in May due to his four-year $ 4 million contract.

Starting Wednesday morning, the crowdfunding campaign had collected more than $ 1.7 million, or more than double the $ 765,000 that Folau had raised on Go Fund Me in four days before the American company closed the deal.

Folau tries to raise 3 million dollars from his supporters, despite being a millionaire with an extensive real estate portfolio, to campaign for religious freedom.

Mr. Bornstein said that Folau & # 39; s lawsuit could run for $ 300,000.

Josh Bornstein, the chief lawyer for Maurice Blackburn, has spoken out because the fired Wallaby has raised more than $ 1.6 million to fight Rugby Australia (shown with Australian Workers Union National Secretary Daniel Walton)

Josh Bornstein, the chief lawyer for Maurice Blackburn, has spoken out because the fired Wallaby has raised more than $ 1.6 million to fight Rugby Australia (shown with Australian Workers Union National Secretary Daniel Walton)

Josh Bornstein, the chief lawyer for Maurice Blackburn, has spoken out because the fired Wallaby has raised more than $ 1.6 million to fight Rugby Australia (shown with Australian Workers Union National Secretary Daniel Walton)

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& # 39; I think the $ 3 million idea for his business is ridiculous, & # 39; he said.

& # 39; That case could be conducted for a fraction of that amount and function very effectively. & # 39;

However, the ACL raises extra money in case Folau & # 39; s legal issue has to go to the High Court.

Folau also had an unlikely defender in the left-wing federal Labor MP Stephen Jones, who in vain moved the account of a private member in favor of same-sex marriage in 2012.

Although he disagreed with the sentiments of the fired rugby union about homosexuals, he said it was a mistake for Rugby Australia to fire him.

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& # 39; If we try to push those opinions underground, or somehow try to take away people's ability to express their religious views, I find that not useful at all & # 39 ;, said he Tuesday against ABC Radio National.

Folau also had an unlikely defender in the left-wing federal Labor MP Stephen Jones, who in vain moved the bill of a private member in 2012 in favor of same-sex marriage

Folau also had an unlikely defender in the left-wing federal Labor MP Stephen Jones, who in vain moved the bill of a private member in 2012 in favor of same-sex marriage

Folau also had an unlikely defender in the left-wing federal Labor MP Stephen Jones, who in vain moved the bill of a private member in 2012 in favor of same-sex marriage

Without referring to Folau & # 39; s Polynesian ethnicity, Mr. Jones said that support for multiculturalism requires him to accept different views.

& # 39; This is what multiculturalism looks like, & # 39; he said.

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& # 39; It seems that people from different cultures, different beliefs, different backgrounds come to our country and express different opinions, even if they fundamentally disagree with the views I have. & # 39;

Folau was fired last month to twitter and post on Instagram that & # 39; drunks, homosexuals, adulterers, liars, fornicators, thieves, atheists, idolaters & # 39; repent for their sins and turn to Jesus Christ.

Despite paraphrasing New Testament quotes from the Corinthians in the Bible, Rugby Australia, chief executive Raelene Castle, considered them anti-gay.

Folau was fired last month for tweeting and posting on Instagram that & drunks, homosexuals, adulterers, liars, fornicators, thieves, atheists, idolaters & # 39; needed to repent for their sins and turn to Jesus Christ

Folau was fired last month for tweeting and posting on Instagram that & drunks, homosexuals, adulterers, liars, fornicators, thieves, atheists, idolaters & # 39; needed to repent for their sins and turn to Jesus Christ

Folau was fired last month for tweeting and posting on Instagram that & drunks, homosexuals, adulterers, liars, fornicators, thieves, atheists, idolaters & # 39; needed to repent for their sins and turn to Jesus Christ

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Mr. Bornstein is described by Maurice Blackburn as & # 39; one of the best employment lawyers in the world & # 39 ;.

Last year he represented ABC journalist Osman Faruqi when he launched defamation against right-wing media commentator Mark Latham, who is now a New South Wales One Nation MP.

Faruqi, the son of Greens senator Mehreen Faruqi, won over forcing Mr. Latham, a former Federal Labor leader, to pay $ 100,000 in legal fees for suggesting his tweets about white people who had encouraged Islamic terrorism.

Mr. Bornstein has been linked to leftist goals during his prevented legal career, as a result of which he saw the Maritime Union of Australia against Patrick Stevedores during the waterfront dispute in 1998.

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