Legal update: an initial victory
Feb04

Legal update: an initial victory

I write today with some very good news. On Friday I was facing what was possibly the first of many hearings to determine whether the expression of my Catholic beliefs and political views in regards to homosexuality are unlawful. And I faced a fine of up to $100,000 for each complaint and the prospect of being ordered to apologise for my beliefs. The potential consequence for failing to apologise is imprisonment for contempt of court....

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Into battle, backup required
Jan30

Into battle, backup required

I have not written much lately. It’s not by choice. It’s a direct result of legal terrorism that has been unleashed by the High Commissar of Australia’s Thought Police, Gary Burns. He complains that I incite others to hate him. I disagree. I think he does that all by himself. Anyway, he’s lodged so many complaints against me with the New South Wales Anti-Discrimination Board that I can’t keep up. I know of 13 confirmed complaints, but...

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NSW Tribunal reserves decision in Tess Corbett case
May08

NSW Tribunal reserves decision in Tess Corbett case

The New South Wales Civil and Administrative Decisions Tribunal held a hearing last week to determine whether Tess Corbett could appeal an order that she apologise to the homosexual activist and serial litigant, Gary Burns, and in writing in the Sydney Morning Herald. The Tribunal has reserved its decision, which means that we won’t know if the appeal can proceed for some time. This news report of the hearing highlights what is at...

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Sued by Gary Burns
Oct22

Sued by Gary Burns

Gary Burns is apparently suing me for a recent article I wrote that highlighted the paedophilic links in the title of a South Australian homosexual magazine, Blaze, and for suggesting that it’s not appropriate that children attend the Mardi Gras. It also made some comments about the unfortunate side-effects of Gary’s campaign to target politicians who express concerns about paedophiles using anti-discrimination laws to gain rights and...

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Statement regarding legal action from homosexual activist, Gary Burns
Oct22

Statement regarding legal action from homosexual activist, Gary Burns

Homosexual activist, Gary Burns, has threatened to sue me for this post. I released this press release a short time ago in response. Bernard Gaynor rejects claims from the homosexual activist, Gary Burns, that he is inciting hatred and serious contempt of the homosexual community by highlighting the exposure of children to sexually-explicit activity at the Sydney Mardi Gras and for pointing out that a homosexual publication has the...

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Gay decision protects paedophilia
Oct17

Gay decision protects paedophilia

In what must be an unwanted first in Australian history, the New South Wales Administrative Decisions Tribunal has ordered a political candidate, Tess Corbett, to publish an apology in the Sydney Morning Herald because of her comments opposing paedophilia. Yes. That’s right. Tess spoke out against paedophilia. And now some judicial body has ordered her to apologise. And in another bizarre twist, this candidate was from Victoria. The...

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