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I’d like to thank Lifesite news for their interest and for covering my story recently.

I recommend that readers visit their website. It is focused on protecting family and life and Lifesite news does a great job of that.

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An Australian soldier who has served three tours of duty in Iraq and who is a Catholic father of six was thrown out of the army by top brass in July for his public opposition to uniformed military participation for the first time in the 2013 Gay and Lesbian Mardi Gras in Sydney.

Major Bernard Gaynor, 35, from Queensland, was terminated in July after going public with his criticism of the Australian Defence Force (ADF) for marching in the event. Like most western militaries, the ADF bars uniformed members from participating in political activities or events that insult and offend specific religions.

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We come in peace

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We come in peace

Did you know that there are two ANICs in Australia?

One is the Australian Nut Industry Council.

The other is the Australian National Imams Council.

Neither of these organisations deals effectively with crazy people, although they both lead communities that send as many nuts as they can overseas.

One of them has done all it can to help its members become leading exporters of kernels to the Islamic states in the Middle East. And the other has done nothing at all to stop its members becoming leading exporters of colonels for the Islamic State in the Middle East.

One of them believes in lots of nuts. The other just believes in one. But if they both had their way, the world would be full them.

We could go on all day. It’s such fun.

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But the good news is that they both come in peace. Especially ...

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The litany of stupidity

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The litany of stupidity

As police officers were carrying out the largest anti-terror raids in Australia’s history yesterday, I went out on a limb and made a really bold prediction: the next 24 hours would see all sorts of people in high places fall over themselves to absolve Islam of all responsibility.

Actually, it wasn’t that bold at all. Blind Freddy could see it coming. In fact, this woeful prayer to Islam has been underway for quite some time.

Exactly one month before the arrest of Muslims for planning to behead random Australians at the behest of the Islamic State, the bleeding-heart Christian churches launched an expensive and well-advertised campaign called “We’ll love Muslims for 100 years”. And it says:

“We believe people of Muslim faith are being unfairly smeared in the eyes of the Australian public by both subtle and overt links to violent extremism in political and media discourse.”

It really was a ...

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Beheadings in the backyard

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Beheadings in the backyard

Over 800 police have swooped to arrest 15 suspected terrorists preparing for attacks in Brisbane and Sydney.

Authorities have not yet released all the details, but it has been announced that police disrupted a plan to attack random members of the public. In full view of the public.

It is alleged that this would have included beheadings and mass shootings.

Not surprisingly, the alleged terrorist activity was to have been conducted by supporters of the Islamic State.

That means you can expect two things:

  1. Umpteen media conferences over the next 24 hours from people in high places saying that this has nothing to do with Islam.
  2. Bleeding-heart opinion pieces in tomorrow’s papers offering the view that the Islamic community are the real victims of this morning’s events.

Both are codswallop. It’s time especially that the lie that Islam is peaceful is stopped. It’s politically-correct rubbish and all it does is make Team Australia feel like a ...

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Reinforcing success

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Reinforcing success

I had resigned myself to the fact that the Gold Coast City Council would approve the new mosque at Currumbin.

But it was not approved.

So this is a great victory. And it is one that should be celebrated. I congratulate those that took part in the campaign to oppose this mosque.

The vast number of objections to the Currumbin mosque show that Australians are deeply uncomfortable with the spread of Islam in this nation. And the decision by some councillors to change their minds on this application also shows that people power can change government direction.

However, victory is not assured. That is why it is time to reinforce success. And to understand and address the problems that may lead to eventual failure.

It is likely that there will be a legal challenge to the Gold Coast City Council’s decision. The grounds of any challenge are unclear, but it is likely that they ...

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The ADF, Islam and Australian Values

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Not dealing with the Islamic State

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Not dealing with the Islamic State

I wrote yesterday about how we should deal with the Islamic State. And just like charity, it all starts at home. We need to make sure that we are strong enough to protect ourselves internally before we embark on missions overseas, however warranted they may seem.

Given the recent decision to raise terrorism threat levels, it is resoundingly clear that the internal danger is growing inside Australia. Although Australians didn’t need ASIO to tell them that. The constant barrage of stories about terrorist families, children holding severed heads, and fundraisers that make money for mosques by selling the flag of the Islamic State have driven home the point that we are not the country we were a decade ago.

To deal with this situation effectively you cannot just tackle the symptoms, but you must also address the causes.

And the cause of Australia’s internal security ...

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Dealing with the Islamic State

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Dealing with the Islamic State

Everyone wants to do something about the Islamic State.

But what?

So far most of the action has amounted to a bunch of press conferences in which supposedly intelligent people drivel blather about the non-Islamic beliefs of those carving out the new Caliphate.

For instance, Australia’s Prime Minister, Tony Abbott, has refused to call the Islamic State the Islamic State because he believes it is not Islamic or a state. So he referred to the Islamic State as a ‘death cult’. Which, by the way, just happens to be a pretty accurate description of every Islamic state since Mohammad’s day.

So kudos to Prime Minister Abbott for getting something right by deliberately doing his best to be wrong. It’s quite a feat.

Campbell Newman has also provided his expert analysis on Islam. Without providing any reference to Mohammad’s life or the Quran, the Queensland Premier also declared authoritatively that the activities of the ...

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The new circle of life

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The new circle of life

There is a new circle of life. Hakuna matata now goes like this:

Circle of life

Marriage is now about rugby.

Rugby is now about homosexuality.

And homosexuality is now about marriage.

It’s the new sacred, three-pointed circle. Don’t worry if it looks like a triangle to you. The fundamental thesis of this new circle is that objectivity is irrelevant.

If you see a triangle, it means that you are sub-consciously constrained by existing orders of pre-determined reality that negatively oppress the autonomous and creative powers of your self-determinant and sovereign being.

Of course, if the triangle part of the new circle of life is irrelevant, the fact that this circle does not create life is also a point hardly worth objecting to either. So don’t bother.

How did we get to this point?

Well, in a roundabout way, it all started with King Henry VIII. He decided that separation ...

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Discouraging courage in the military

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Discouraging courage in the military

Yet another Defence report has been commissioned.

And yet another Defence report now recommends the further destruction of Defence capability.

Front page
The front cover of Defence’s latest report, ‘Battling with words’.

This one carries the title ‘Battling with Words’. It prides itself as a study of language use in Defence using social and linguistic theoretical frameworks to understand culture and cultural change. If we translate that into English, it simply means using the organisation charged with Australia’s security as a guinea pig in which to experiment with the latest radical social theory to emerge from Hippyville.

Hippyville, of course, has another name: elite academia. And it is located on the other side of the world from the ho-hum place known as Common Sense, where most people live and do useful but less trendy things than destroying societal norms.

This report states that ...

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