Boxer Tyson Fury is once again at the centre of a media storm. The boxer told the camera that ‘Zionist, Jewish people own all the banks, all the media’. The Campaign Against Antisemitism (CAA) has called on Fury to be barred from boxing following his comments. Seemingly, sportsmen in Britain are not allowed to express their thoughts, let alone be observant.
But here is the satirical twist to this story. Some prominent British orthodox Rabbis who are well versed in the Talmud and Jewish survival strategies protested against the CAA call. They insisted that for the Jews, it is much safer if Tyson Fury is kept inside the ring where he is unlikely to meet a single Jew. According to the Rabbis Fury shouldn't be free to walk in the streets of London where he can terrify some members of the tribe.
The CAA is now reconsidering its position. It is taking advice from some Jewish banker and Zionist media moguls.
Update: World heavyweight champion Tyson Fury apologised earlier today (as a Christian) to the Jews for statements he made in the video below. By doing so Tyson Fury actually pointed at the possibility that some rich Jews also own the sport industry (in general) and boxing (in particular).