Heritier Lumumba was close to tears during the emotional interview broadcast last Monday, in which he shared his personal experience of racism while playing for one of the AFL’s biggest clubs. The former Collingwood player, who was known in the league as Harry O’Brien, described the team as a “boys’ club for racist and sexist jokes”. Aly say down with Lumumba to talk about his allegations in a one-on-one, prerecorded interview.
The organisation’s WA branch has shared the handwritten letter, which warns a local dog owner the author “will poison” their pet. “You have NO idea how close we are to baiting your dog,” the scrawled note reads. “You are the only people in the street who allow their dog to bark, let alone howl. It’s a horrible noise.”The intimidating message goes on to make specific threats. “One more morning like today and we will poison it. If we don’t do it, our neighbours will,” the neighbour says.
So luckily, the Nationals Leader is very rarely seen without wearing a hat from his collection of signature Akubras. Mr Joyce loves the Aussie hat company so much, he’s previously said in interviews he likes to gift their hats to foreign dignitaries as a sample of the finest manufacturing regional Australia has to offer.
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