The Wallabies are back showing momentum that suggests they are doing a little bit more than fluking it after defeating the All Blacks 47-26 last night, without Israel Folau or his God.

The extreme pentecostal fundamentalist was anything but missed in last night’s flogging of the world champs, and basic analysts would suggest they actually did a lot better without him – judging by the score – which is officially the largest ever margin the Wallabies have won by against the All Blacks.

Captain Hooper and his team spliced 50/50 with veterans and newcomers have set themselves up to bring home the Bledisloe Cup, after being given very little chance of defeating their arch-rivals – especially after the incredibly poor PR the team has received as a result of Israel Folau’s sacking for his platforming of homophobic Christian vitriol on social media.

The days of Richie McCaw-led referee-whispering also appears to be over, after lock Scott Barrett was sent off in the 40th minute for making contact with the head of the Wallabies skipper with his elbow and shoulder.

With the world cup underway after the next two tests, the Wallabies need to defeats the All Blacks in Auckland next week, for the first time since 1986 to prove they are the real deal.

However, one thing that is clear is that Israel Folau’s chance of ever being picked again for the Wallabies, with or without a win in the courts, is now burning in hell with the Drunks, Homosexuals, Adulterers, Liars, Fornicators, Thieves, Atheists and Idolaters.


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