Tuilaepa Sailele Malielegaoi, who is also chairman of Samoa Rugby, is no stranger to controversy and his comments come as World Rugby chiefs assemble in Dublin to discuss controversial plans for a 12 nation competition that is unlikely to feature Fiji, Tonga and Samoa in the top flight.
Their move comes as representatives from the major unions and player associations meet in Dublin to discuss plans to take the global game forward with a meaningful test championship.
England's Premiership Rugby Limited (PRL) and France's National Rugby League (LNR) joined together on Monday to express their opposition to World Rugby's controversial proposed annual Nations Championship.
The Six Nations would be their first move into global rugby and the offer has been revealed on the eve of a World Rugby-hosted meeting in Dublin in which the controversial Nations League is to be discussed.
However, the concept is in danger of collapse with the Six Nations organisation, also based in Dublin, being offered more than £500m by CVC for a 30 percent stake in the annual tournament reducing the financial need to take part in World Rugby's new competition.
"LNR and PRL regret the fact that World Rugby is not fully involving all stakeholders, in seeking a consensus, and they can only reserve the option to take any action to preserve their right and competitions", they said in a joint statement. The clubs are now only obliged to release them for three games in June, three in November and for the Six Nations tournament.
Tuilaepa told TVNZ it was clear World Rugby's supposed development of tier two nations is nothing but hypocrisy and lip service.