World heavyweight boxing champion Tyson Fury is already known for making extremely controversial statements based on his religious beliefs. He’s not going to stop, either, apparently.
Fury launched into an hour-long interview, posted on YouTube by Sports View London, in which he attacks Jews, homosexuals and the LGBT community as a whole, among other groups of people who are going straight to hell in his mind.
Before clicking on this link to see the interview for yourself, know that Fury’s foul mouth can be quite offensive to many. It’s clearly NSFW material.
Here is a short excerpt from the long interview, which clues us in about the tenor of his filthy rant:
“It’s like you’re a freak of nature if you’re normal, you’re the odd one out nobody else. What’s normal? I’ll just get myself changed into a woman that’s normal isn’t it today call myself Tysina or something like that, put a wig on…I don’t think it’s normal. I think they’re freaks of nature.”
“Everyone just do what you can, listen to the government follow everybody like sheep, be brainwashed by all the Zionist, Jewish people who own all the banks, all the papers all the TV stations. Be brainwashed by them all.”
“I think it’ll be perfectly normal in the next ten years to have…relationships with your animals at home you know your pets your cats and dogs and all that so that will be legal.”
And Fury was just getting started.
He ranted about how his religious viewpoints are right but that he’s the “freak” for following “religion.” He also seems to believe the end of the world is just right around the corner and that everyone is going to hell in a handbasket.
“I tell you what we are on the development stage of, the end of the world. It can’t keep going on like this, so bent, dirty, corrupt and filthy…”
Fury might be shocked to know ancient cultures and civilizations held true to many of the same things he’s railing against today. As if now, in 2016, the world is so much more wicked and dirty than it’s ever been.
If anything, the general consensus — more and more people wanting equal liberties and rights for all — is a much kinder-hearted philosophy than the one he’s spouting.