I’ve been busy preparing for my legal challenge to the constitutional validity of anti-free speech laws in New South Wales and so haven’t been writing much lately.
But you’ll never guess who popped up in high heels the other day. It could not go without comment…
When will journalists start asking the hard questions?
The British Army has bowed down to Islam.
We must stop this happening in Australia.
The Chief of Army has confirmed that the Australian Army chaplain’s hat badge won’t change. That’s the good news.
The bad news is that he’s ‘corrected the record’ about halal rations by confirming that the Army will have halal rations. He’s also stated that menu diversity is important for morale and then, strangely, backed a plan that halves the diversity of standard ration pack menus.
One third of Australian Army rations must now be ‘halal’, even though less than 0.3% of Diggers are Islamic.
The Australian Defence Force’s guide to religious belief links to an Islamic website that encourages Muslims to steal classified information.
After the spectacular failure of the Navy’s political Twitter account, DEFGLIS must be treading warily.
This political lobby group is on borrowed time and its inappropriate and offensive use of Defence to promote homosexual political agendas will soon be over.
Defence Minister Marise Payne is opposed to political activity in the military.
Except when it comes to attacks on the Australian Liberty Alliance and Tony Abbott.
Defence has been hit by two scandals exposing it allegations of political bias over the last week.
The ABC has only reported one. I wonder why?
The Chief of Navy has punished Captain Mona Shindy by sending her off to study a masters in politics.