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Tyson Fury Is Back Talking Politics Days After Ludicrous Homosexuality Comments

Tyson Fury Is Back Talking Politics Days After Ludicrous Homosexuality Comments
By Conor Neville Updated

A mere week after bringing us the distressing news that the devil is getting stronger at the moment, Tyson Fury is back talking politics. Specifically, about his own political ambitions.

Yes, presumably in an effort to stave off the end of days, Tyson has announced that he wishes to become a member of parliament.

Demonstrating scrupulous honesty, he acknowledges out front that he is not in possession of all the fancy degrees held down by his future colleagues in the Palace of Westminster.

But he has a couple of qualities sorely lacking in those Oxbridge wankers gentlemen. He is in possession of a great deal of 'street knowledge' and he is much educated in 'matters of realness'. Or so, he told the Daily Star.

I might not have the education and the degrees to prove it but I have street knowledge and I am very wise on matters of realness.

Fury is of the view that wisdom in the 'matters of realness' is a scarce commodity on the benches of the House of Commons, and few would dissent on that point.

His chief political cause celebre is homelessness. He has admirably insisted that he wishes to use the money made from his upcoming fight with Wladimir Klitschko to build houses for the homeless. He spoke to the Daily Star about his plans.

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I want to buy homes for homeless people out of my own pocket. If there are any places available, if the council allocated me the land, I will start building homes.

I will buy properties in Morecambe - flats, whatever it takes. I very rarely say something and don't come through with it...

I'm not thinking about joining any parties, I'm an independent candidate trying to make a difference as a human being.

Many found his comments last week less admirable in which Fury demonstrated his wisdom in the matters of realness when he pointed out that the devil is looking strong these days, emboldened by the sight of homosexuality being made legal in most countries.

Here was Tyson's take.

We live in an evil world. The devil is very strong at the minute, very strong, and I believe the end is near. The bible tells me the end is near. The world tells me the end is near. Just a short few years, I reckon, away from being finished.

Abusing the planet, the wars in the Middle East, the famines, the earthquakes, the natural disasters, all these things are talked about 2000 years ago before they even happened. Prophesised. So now it’s all coming true…

There are only three things that need to be accomplished before the devil comes home: one of them is homosexuality being legal in countries, one of them is abortion and the other one’s paedophilia. Who would have thought in the 50s and 60s that those first two would be legalised?

When I say paedophiles can be made legal, that sounds like crazy talk doesn’t it? But back in the 50s and early 60s, for them first two to be made legal would have been looked on as a crazy man again. If I would have told you 120 years ago, that a 1000-tonne aeroplane is going to float through the sky, a piece of steel — ludicrous.

Roll on the next UK general election.

Read more: Tyson Fury Has Some Weird And Offensive Views On Homosexuality

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