Defeat lies at the end of the rainbow
Nov24

Defeat lies at the end of the rainbow

Apparently, diversity wins wars. It is vital for capability, so we are told. So let’s have a look at how ‘diversity’ is increasing operational effectiveness in Western militaries. And we’ll start in America, proud owner of the most operationally effective military force of them all. As a result of diversity, the United States Army is sacking Lieutenant Colonel Christopher Downey. Downey served his country for 24 years. He clocked up...

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Waiting for a soldier to be decapitated
Oct23

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...

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Laws allowing discrimination against homosexuals are good
Sep02

Laws allowing discrimination against homosexuals are good

DISCLAIMER: This article is not intended for publication in New South Wales. I do not give permission for anyone in New South Wales to read this article, print it, post it to themselves, talk about it or place it on their Facebook page. I do not even give you permission to bookmark it or think about what its contents may contain. If you live in New South Wales and want to read this article, you must first travel outside of New South...

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The path to protected paedophilia looks like this
Aug29

The path to protected paedophilia looks like this

DISCLAIMER: This article is not intended for publication in New South Wales. I do not give permission for anyone in New South Wales to read this article, publish it, print it, post it to themselves, talk about it or place it on their Facebook page. I do not even give you permission to bookmark it or think about what its contents may contain. If you live in New South Wales and want to read this article, you must first travel outside of...

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An open letter to the Attorney General of New South Wales
Aug29

An open letter to the Attorney General of New South Wales

The Hon Bradley Hazzard MP Attorney General and Minister for Justice Email: office@hazzard.minister.nsw.gov.au Dear Mr Hazzard RE: HOMOSEXUAL VILIFICATION LAWS BEING USED TO PROTECT INDECENT EXPOSURE OF ADULTS TO CHILDREN I request that you urgently clarify whether it is the intent of the New South Wales Anti-Discrimination Act 1977 for a Queensland resident to be prosecuted for homosexual vilification for objecting to the behaviour...

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An open letter to the Attorney-General of Queensland
Aug29

An open letter to the Attorney-General of Queensland

Hon Jarrod Bleijie MP Attorney-General and Minister for Justice Email: attorney@ministerial.qld.gov.au Dear Mr Bleijie RE: PROSECUTION OF QUEENSLAND RESIDENTS BY NEW SOUTH WALES ANTI-DISCRIMINATION BOARD I would like to bring to your attention the fact that the New South Wales Anti-Discrimination Board is investigating me for homosexual vilification for actions that I undertook in Queensland. Queensland has its own Anti Discrimination...

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Homosexuality & Islam: strange bedfellows
Jul31

Homosexuality & Islam: strange bedfellows

I often receive complaints that my objections to homosexuality distract from, or even hurt, arguments against the ongoing Islamification of Australia. It is a simple complaint and its logic goes like this: Islam is the biggest problem in Australia. Islam decrees that homosexuals should be punished and even stoned to death. Therefore, homosexuals are allies in the fight against Islam. Consequently, opposition to homosexuality hinders...

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Andrew Broad’s courage & Stuart Robert’s homophobia
Jul24

Andrew Broad’s courage & Stuart Robert’s homophobia

Courage should be applauded. Especially when it comes from a politician. And there is no doubt about it. The Federal Member for Mallee, Andrew Broad, is a man of courage. Mr Broad has not only been brave enough to oppose uniformed military involvement in the Sydney Gay and Lesbian Mardi Gras, he has put his opposition in writing. In doing so, he’s pulled no punches, acknowledging in black and white text that he disagrees with the...

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Anti-Catholic bias in the ADF

I was grateful for the opportunity to speak with Christine Nile a few weeks ago. Christine hosts the American-based program Forward Boldly, and you can listen to our 30 minute interview regarding the ADF’s decision to terminate my commission and march in the Sydney Gay and Lesbian Mardi Gras by clicking the link...

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Defence terminates my commission
Jul10

Defence terminates my commission

General David Hurley retired on 30 June, 2014. On his last day as Chief of the Defence Force, he signed a document terminating my commission. By Monday, I will no longer be a reserve officer in the Australian Army. General Hurley’s letter confirmed that my commission is being terminated because he does not like the manner in which I express my Catholic beliefs. His letter also acknowledges that he is aware that Defence’s...

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