From diversity to defeat

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From diversity to defeat

Soldiers have just been given a like it or lump it pay deal that sees their real wages cut and leave entitlements stripped. The blokes who send them off to war, however, have received pay increases of more than 140% the average Digger’s wage over the last two decades.

That’s pretty insulting at the best times.

But we are not living in the best of times. Our military personnel are off on the other side of the world trying to contain the Islamic State. And they’ve been off doing similar things since 2001.

And the soldiers have done their jobs well.

They haven’t lost a battle. They’ve achieved their missions. They’ve fought bravely.

But the wars have failed.

And if the wars have failed even though the soldiers have done their part, the blame must fall on the dudes who designed the strategy. That’s the dudes at the top: the politicians and the generals ...

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Waiting for a soldier to be decapitated

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Waiting for a soldier to be decapitated

It is only a matter of time.

An Australian soldier will be killed in this country by an operative of Islam. Or even worse, his family will be targeted. And it will be a symbol of the rise of Islam and the fall of our ability to defend ourselves and our culture from an enemy we’ve allowed in.

An attack has already been thwarted on Sydney’s Holsworthy Barracks. And they’ve occurred in Britain, America and overnight in Canada on the steps of its parliament. And, just for good measure, a Canadian soldier was killed the day before as well.

When it does happen, there will be a media storm. Then it will die down and mosques will hold open days. More government funding will be diverted to promote ‘moderate’ Islam. Speeches will be made. Visits to Islamic barbeques will take place. Press releases will be issued lauding diversity. And ...

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Update: Legal matters

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Update: Legal matters

As you are probably aware, I have launched legal action against the Chief of Defence Force for the termination of my commission. I am also facing multiple complaints in the New South Wales Civil and Administrative Tribunal from a homosexual activist.

This is an update of where things are at:

Federal Court case against the Chief of the Defence Force

I have commenced action in the Federal Court against the Chief of Defence Force for his decision to terminate my commission after I highlighted that uniformed ADF participation in the Sydney Gay and Lesbian Mardi Gras breached numerous Defence policies and lawful general orders

I am happy to report that this matter appears to be proceeding well.

There was a Directions Hearing in the Federal Court last week and Defence’s lawyers attempted to have the case struck out. They were unsuccessful and the Federal Court has accepted my Statement of Claim. This is ...

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We’re at war with the Islamic State & no one knows where halal fees go

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We’re at war with the Islamic State & no one knows where halal fees go

The global halal market is set to reach $10 trillion by 2030. That’s a lot of moolah for the mullahs.

And every item of food certified halal has to be checked by an Islamic checker. And it doesn’t stop there. Everything else about the food must be compliant too. The feed. The transportation. Even the packaging. The list goes on.

Forms for halal certification in Australia go into great detail. For instance, processed food suppliers need to give a list of every product and ingredient used. And they also need to give details of the number of employees. Plus the company’s annual turnover figures.

What’s that got to do with the price of a kebab in Mecca?

A lot.

When Islamic clerics talk halal, they talk global domination. It’s achieved by taking the cream of the profit off non-Islamic businesses and channelling it into mosques, madrassas and, on the odd occasion, ...

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The courage of love triumphs over the brazen culture of death

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The courage of love triumphs over the brazen culture of death

The March for Babies was held in Melbourne on Saturday. I had planned to fly from Brisbane to attend the rally but other commitments intervened. However, I did follow closely on social media and readers of this site have given me a detailed debriefing of the day. Bill Muehlenberg, as always, has also provided a useful summary of the rally at this link.

By all accounts, the Victorian Police did a fine job this year. In fact, they marched off after the rally to the applause of the estimated 7,000 strong crowd, who were greatly impressed with their efforts to protect them. It must be considered a vast improvement over last year’s fiasco, which the Victorian Police have now apologised for. As such, they are to be congratulated for their superb work on Saturday. And you can congratulate them by leaving a message here.

It was also encouraging ...

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Learning from the muftis

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Learning from the muftis

Well I guess no one saw this coming, least of all Tony Abbott.

But in their usual inimitable style, the Head Honchos of Australia’s Islamic community have just gone and proved Abbott and all the other people living in the fairy land known as ‘Moderate Islam’ wrong.

That’s because they’ve just objected to laws that prohibit advocacy of terrorism. There is now a collective Frenzy of Imams concerned that these laws will place those who preach from the Quran at risk of a stint in the slammer.

This is how it was reported in brisbanetimes.com.au:

A Muslim cleric who preaches from certain passages of the Koran could be caught in the “broad” net of the government’s new anti-terror law, Islamic leaders have warned.

Grand Mufti of Australia Ibrahim Abu Mohammad and the Australian National Imams Council have called for the offence of “advocating terrorism” to be removed from the so-called ...

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Mentally painful: Katter & homosexuality

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Mentally painful: Katter & homosexuality

The ABC’s Q&A was dedicated to mental health this week.

Apparently, we have made such rapid progress in the diagnosis and treatment of mental health that politicians can now make a medical assessment on an individual and broadcast it to the nation.

At least, that’s exactly what happened last night about an hour into the show.

The supposedly honourable Bob Katter MP, in a statement directly referring to me, announced to the world that I have very serious personal problems. I think what Katter meant by that is that I had the courage to publicly defend the family unit from homosexual attacks. And that he chose to abandon his principles in order to appease the media.

So thanks for the diagnosis Bob. If you’re right, I think that the disease I suffer from should be named Bobkatteritus, in honour of the man who caused it and duly discovered it.

It’s a particularly apt name ...

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Defending the family

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Defending the family

The text below is a slightly edited version of a speech I gave over the weekend regarding the importance of the family and the fight to defend it.

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The wholeness of the family is a matter of great importance to us all. In fact, it should be recognised as one of the most important issues in any nation. Not just for the obvious personal interest that we all have in seeing our own families function, but in the national interest we have in strong families.

It should be obvious that a nation of strong families will be a strong nation.

So I am greatly honoured to be standing here before you today to speak about the family unit.

I start this presentation by outlining my background in some detail. Not just for those who may not be all that familiar with it, but because I think it will also highlight some of ...

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Islam: it does not protect children, but predators

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Islam - Children

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Up and down and back again

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Up and down and back again

Matthew became Chelsea and then became exhausted fighting through the make-up each morning.

So now ‘she’ wants to become a he again. Of course, this also involves demands that the British taxpayer fork out for all the surgery involved. By the end of all the nips and tucks, it will cost around £24,000. In Aussie lingo, that’s about $45,000.

So it’s an expensive way of proving that women can’t make up their minds.

Except that this time it’s not a woman at all. And Matthew/Chelsea knows it too:

‘I have always longed to be a woman, but no amount of surgery can give me an actual female body and I feel like I am living a lie.

‘It is exhausting putting on make-up and wearing heels all the time. Even then I don’t feel I look like a proper woman.

‘I suffered from depression and anxiety as a result ...

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