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As the Liberals fund Islamic AFL & talk gay marriage, Bernardi swoops again

Posted by on 6:30 pm in Featured, Politics | 15 comments

As the Liberals fund Islamic AFL & talk gay marriage, Bernardi swoops again

Over the weekend Malcolm Turnbull went out of his way to celebrate the Islamic festival, Eid. He also promised another $625,000 to fund Muslim-only AFL jobs and a competition open only to Islamic schools.

It’s called diversity.

A short distance away, his right hand man, Christopher Pyne, was telling ‘moderates’ at the ‘Black Hand’ dinner for Liberal wets that they had gained control of the party and would soon be moving to deliver homosexual marriage.

And the ‘conservative’ government was celebrating its success in selling education, electricity and economic policies that all looked, smelled and tasted like they had been formed in the bowels of Labor HQ.

Even if Labor isn’t in government, Turnbull Liberals are delivering Labor policies. All of them.

To top it all off, this is all occurring even though every poll shows that the Liberals are stuffed. They’re not just delivering Labor policies, they’re delivering the Labor Party control of the government as well.

It really is the irony of ironies.

Bill Shorten is likely to become this nation’s next PM because Turnbull is acting just like him.

The only way the Liberals can hope to win the next election is to engage in a self-destructive game known as ‘Assassinate the PM’. It never works but it does keep politicians amused for a while.

The Liberals are also increasingly likely to implode over policies and direction. The truth is that the only thing holding the increasingly divided party together is political self-interest. But with an electoral defeat looming, civil war seems more fun a sham political marriage.

Fireworks are likely.

Meanwhile, Cory Bernardi quietly went about his business today. The Australian Conservatives now have over 10,000 members and have just picked up their fourth MP in four months.

Victorian MP, Rachel Carling-Jenkins, has left the DLP to join Bernardi. She is likely to bring much of the party membership with her and joins Family First and Kirralie Smith (former ALA senate candidate for New South Wales).

As I wrote back in April, Cory Bernardi is uniting conservatives across Australia in a way that no one else can.

This train is steadily gathering speed and heading towards the fractured Liberals.

If Cory times his run right, his train will arrive just as civil war erupts.

This will cause tremendous damage. Not because Cory’s train will knock the Liberals out. But because half the Liberal base will hop on and urge him to leave as fast as he can.

And if that happens, for the first time in a long time, the Labor Party will face real political competition…

Waleed Aly credits 9/11 for his success

Posted by on 4:38 pm in Featured, Islam | 5 comments

Waleed Aly credits 9/11 for his success

September 11 wasn’t just about bad things.

Waleed Aly has credited it for his media success. This is from

FOR a young Waleed Aly, it was just an average day at the footy in his home town of Melbourne.

But an unexpected turn of events stemming from a trip with his family to watch his beloved Richmond Tigers train would lead him to becoming a household name.

“It feels like there was a script written for me,” he said.

It was September 11, 2001 and Aly says it was precisely because his family were so clearly Muslim, on a day when Islamic terrorism so horrifically came to the fore, that sowed the seeds for his media career.

It’s good to know that September 11 is a day that has worked for Muslims…

The Royal Australian Navy is advertising for ‘devout Muslims’

Posted by on 3:18 pm in Defence, Featured, Islam | 33 comments

The Royal Australian Navy is advertising for ‘devout Muslims’

The Royal Australian Navy is now advertising for devout Muslims:

Devout Muslim Navy3

It is so desperate to secure their services that it is even kitting out mini-mosques on every base for them. Presumably, they get space at sea to pray as well.

Devout Muslim Navy2

This pro-Islamic attitude is far different from the one shown towards Defence members who are Christian.

Here is an excerpt from a letter sent to me by the former Chief of Defence Force, Lieutenant General David Hurley, about my expression of my Catholic faith:


This much is clear. The ADF hierarchy will sack Defence members for expressing Christian beliefs regardless of whether they are on duty or in uniform. And they will actively recruit Muslims and set aside work spaces so that they can pray.

It is a blatant case of double standards and hypocrisy.

That is bad enough.

But this politically-correct endorsement of Islam is also dangerous. That’s far worse.

We have already seen one Australian soldier go AWOL and end up fighting in Syria for jihadi groups. And we have seen a US major go postal at Fort Hood and kill 13 US soldiers dead. Prior to this he even handed out business cards announcing that he was a ‘Soldier of Allah’.

No one said anything lest they be accused of racism. Or bigotry. Or even bigoted Islamophobic racism.

That happened in 2009 and it is by no means an isolated example. There have been numerous other similar cases and even Islamic French SF soldiers have signed up to fight for the Islamic State.

No doubt, all of these people claim they are devout Muslims.

One would have thought that the ADF might have learnt from its previous embarrassing mistakes promoting Islam.

For instance, the Guide to religion and belief in the ADF used to have a link to a website that promoted the page

And this website has the very helpful question:

“What is the ruling on Muslims serving in the military of non muslim country ? What is the evidence for its permissibility or prohibition?

And lastly, what is the status of a Muslim working to help those in the military to fulfill their obligations to Allaah while serving in the Army, Navy, or whatever?”

It’s a good question. Are Muslims allowed to serve in non-Muslim militaries?

Well, the answer is yes, provided it benefits the Islamic world. And learning the secrets of non-Islamic militaries is one way that such service can benefit the Islamic world.

See the full response below:

Praise be to Allaah.

We put this question to Shaykh Muhammad ibn Saalih al-‘Uthaymeen, may Allaah preserve him, who answered as follows:

“Praise be to Allaah, the Lord of the Worlds. Military matters are problematic, because they involve helping these kuffaar to wage war against the Muslims or those who have entered into a treaty with the Muslims. If no such thing is involved, it may be advantageous for Muslims to work in these armies so as to learn their secrets and be aware of their potential evil. In other words, if working in these armies could be of benefit, it may be permissible, otherwise it is not allowed.”

On this basis, if a person works as a preacher or daa’iyah or imaam or muezzin, serving the Muslims and calling non-Muslims to Islam, then there is nothing wrong with this.

This was brought to the attention of the ADF by Michael Smith. It refused to respond to him. It also refused to learn from its embarrassing mistake.

Instead of assessing the suitability of the ADF’s promotion of Islam, the hierarchy instead removed the link to this website from the Guide to religion and belief in the ADF.

This whole approach is known as burying one’s head in the sand. It’s what people do when they are too afraid to address danger, or too incompetent to understand danger.

Either way, it leaves danger free to roam. And that always causes harm.

We are headed for a situation where members of the Australian Defence Force will be harmed by its promotion of Islam. When that happens, the responsibility will lie entirely on the shoulders of our senior generals.

Halal certification – the unpalatable facts documentary

Posted by on 1:29 pm in Featured, Islam | 1 comment

Halal certification – the unpalatable facts documentary

On Friday a must-watch documentary was released by the Q Society and Kirralie Smith about halal certification. It has already gone viral and has been viewed over 12,000 times since its release on Friday.

The description of this video reads:

Q Society and Halal Choices present a new documentary: Halal Certification – The Unpalatable Truth

This half an hour documentary highlights issues within the halal certification industry. There is a particular emphasis on the 2015 senate inquiry and subsequent recommendations.

Presented by Kirralie Smith and includes interviews with Senator Cory Bernardi, George Christensen MP, Q Society President Debbie Robinson and social media commentator Bernard Gaynor.

You can watch the video here:

HALAL CERTIFICATION – The Unpalatable Facts from Q Society of Australia Inc on Vimeo.

I am proud to have assisted Kirralie Smith and the Q Society in the fight against halal certification and to have been a part of this documentary.

You can read my detailed report on halal certification in Australia here.

There are no rainbows in homosexual behaviour

Posted by on 4:54 pm in Featured, Values | 9 comments

There are no rainbows in homosexual behaviour

WARNING: This post contains some graphic clinical quotes from about the nature of homosexual behaviour.

If you are easily offended by the truth then I suggest you do not read any further and instead go and draw a rainbow-coloured heart. It’s what the homosexual activists do because even they do not wish to actually describe their behaviour publicly. It’s simply too shameful.  


Back in simpler days, society used to understand simple things. Like the birds and the bees.

It’s not so simple today. We prefer to complicate matters with ‘nuance’. And so we don’t even understand the basics of sex or marriage or gender anymore.

It’s led to a fake debate about ‘marriage’ that is based on a lie.

The debate is obviously fake because only one side can speak without fear of legal action, public assault or even being able to fly from one city to another. And the side that can speak is so afraid of losing anyway that it’s also opposed a plebiscite on marriage, despite simultaneously boasting that society overwhelmingly supports ‘marriage equality’.

So there is no debate. Instead we have indoctrination. And it’s based on a lie.

The lie is called ‘marriage equality’ or ‘equal love’. It deceitfully claims that homosexuals and lesbians in Australia cannot get hitched.

That is simply not true. As exhibit one I give you Tony Abbott’s sister, Christine Forster.

She did walk down the aisle. She did say until death do us part. And she did get married.

She also claims to be lesbian. So a lesbian can get married and Christine Forster has four children and presumably a surname to show for it.

As exhibit number two I give you the Marriage Act. Nowhere in it will you find a clause that makes it illegal for a homosexual or a lesbian to tie the knot.

They can get married in accordance with the law just like any other Australian.

In fact, the only demographic group of people in Australia who face a blanket prohibition on marriage are minors.

They are the only people who face ‘marriage inequality’.

So if the homosexual marriage argument really is based on removing all marriage discrimination, it’s also an argument that logically leads you to removal of the age of consent. And we really don’t want to go there.

And this, unfortunately, brings us to the other lie of ‘equal love’. It’s a claim that the current marriage laws discriminate on the basis of love and that no love should be denied recognition.

It’s a strange claim considering the word love cannot be found anywhere in the Marriage Act.

And it’s also strange, considering where this argument logically leads as well. People involved in incestuous relationships claim they love. So do those involved in relationships with minors. And so do those involved with multiple partners.

The logic of equal love again leads to places where we don’t want to go.

So the catch-phrases ‘equal love’ and ‘marriage equality’ do not express any logical reason to change our laws on marriage. And the LGBTQIWHATEVER activists cannot outline one single argument to support their case that those who engage in same-sex behaviour should have their relationship recognised by the state.

In contrast, I can give you a very good reason why it is different for heterosexual relationships: they lead to new life and evidence overwhelmingly shows that children thrive when they are raised by their biological parents.

The future of the state rests on these relationships.

That’s why they deserve state recognition.

The truth is that the homosexual marriage movement is not about love or children. It is about enforcing a moral worldview that homosexual behaviour is legitimate; as legitimate as the life-forming power of heterosexual activity.

It is not.

And it is at this point that I quote from Lifesite News. Yesterday it published an article that graphically explains why:

“When a man and a woman make love, the miracles of conception and birth are possible. When two men attempt the same, the most glorious result possible is an anal discharge of semen mixed with fecal matter.”

Those words were written by Doug Mainwaring. And before you blast him as a bigot, know that he should know what he is talking about.

He goes on to say:

“I am same-sex-attracted, and I once walked away from both my marriage and the Church and lived as a gay man. “

Mainwaring’s words are biologically true. And they point out the truly disgusting nature of homosexual activity.

And that is why no one in the homosexual marriage movement actually wants to talk specifics about such behaviour. Instead, they have covered it up with rainbows.

That is quite disgusting too. It is a perversion of one nature’s most beautiful sights.

The homosexual marriage movement is nothing more than a desperate attempt for moral recognition. That is what it is all about.

Homosexuals cannot find moral peace within. This, rather than ‘heteronormativity’, explains the unhappiness, the suicides, the risk-taking behaviour and the drugs.

In contrast, if the government scrapped the Marriage Act, you would not find heterosexual couples falling into despair. They would simply continue their lives and they would continue to refer to themselves as married.

My wife and I, like any other married couple, know that we are married. The state did not make us married. We did that all by ourselves.

Homosexuals know they cannot do this. Hence the frantic campaign to find moral legitimacy in Canberra.

Good luck with that…

Off to court (again)

Posted by on 2:39 pm in Featured, Values | 6 comments

Off to court (again)

Yesterday the High Court granted leave to Gary Burns, the New South Wales Attorney General and the State of New South Wales to appeal against my win in the New South Wales Court of Appeal earlier this year.

For those who are unaware, Gary Burns is a homosexual activist. Since mid-2014 he has lodged at least 32 complaints against me for homosexual vilification.

This includes complaints that I ‘vilified’ homosexuals for criticising naked homosexual men at the Toronto Pride Parade who exposed themselves to children (you can read the offending article here). It also includes complaints that I ‘victimised’ Gary Burns by publishing emails that he sent to Islamic organisations offering them my personal details, including my residential address (you can read that offending article here).

The New South Wales Anti-Discrimination Board (ADB), being the unbiased but pro-homosexual marriage organisation that it is, somehow managed to spare time from its important business of marching at the Mardi Gras or wearing it purple to wade through Burns’ complaints, rubber stamp them and then send them off to the New South Wales Civil and Administrative Tribunal.

The ADB was so efficient at this that it even sent off one complaint twice and refused to provide me with any information about its ‘investigations’, as it is required to do so by law. By the way, this is the same ADB that included the now disgraced Emam Sharobeem – she has just been dragged before ICAC for falsifying documents and spending large amounts of public money on speeding tickets and her son’s liposuction.

Until the Court of Appeal ruling I was facing fines of up to $1.6 million for my views on marriage and morality. However, it ruled that it was unconstitutional for the New South Wales Civil and Administrative Tribunal to hear Burns’ complaints against me. Essentially, I live in Queensland and my conduct is not regulated by New South Wales laws.

The New South Wales Court of Appeal did not investigate the background of the complaints and limited its deliberations to important but fairly dry legal issues relating to jurisdiction, the role of tribunals and the power of the states and Commonwealth. The appeal to the High Court will challenge its ruling that the New South Wales Civil and Administrative Tribunal cannot hear matters against non-New South Wales residents.

Obviously, however, these dry legal issues do have very significant implications for the expression of traditional and conservative viewpoints on issues such as marriage and morality in Australia.

And that is why, once again, I will be off to court. I’ll keep you posted as events unfold.

In the navy…

Posted by on 5:42 pm in Defence, Featured | 7 comments

In the navy…

In good news for the Royal Australian Navy, it now has a ‘Diverse Sexuality and Gender Advisor’.

Meet the smiling Petty Officer Karen Dwyer:

Kelly Dwyer

In news breathlessly announced on the DEFGLIS website, Karen is also expecting her first child. With her partner. Amanda.

No doubt, being an official diverse sexuality and gender advisor she’ll be in a great position to explain what a father was. We don’t seem to need them anymore.

That’s not all.

The Navy is also setting up Diversity Reference Groups. After their initial training (of course) and then their official recognition (the obligatory feel good bauble), they’ll start meeting quarterly. And these groups will be set up at naval bases all over the nation.

There will also be Diversity Reference Group advisors. These important officials will meet weekly and they will have input into the Diversity and Inclusion Council. It’s chaired by none other than the Deputy Chief of Navy and will also sit every three months.

All of these people will be beavering away feverishly on the current major focus: Navy’s transgender guide. It’s critical to the defence of Australia apparently.

Meanwhile, in news that is not so good for the Royal Australian Navy, it seems that the $50 billion submarine program may well have sunk before it’s even started.

This is from today’s Australian newspaper:

The first signs are emerging that the French in the Australian submarine tender process hoodwinked Australian government politicians, including the Prime Minister.

Just what knowledge defence officials had of the French government’s real intentions is likely to become a major issue.

Last night before a Senate Committee we saw the French winning bidder DCNS back tracking on the clear promises both it and our government politicians had made — that 90 per cent of the work would take place in Australia…

…Apart from the Australian content there were other irregularities. In effect the submarine is based on the French nuclear submarine but they are designing a conventional engine to drive it. That’s a very high-risk process.

Prior to the tender, a defence white paper estimated the cost of the 12 submarines at $50bn (we learned later that this is an inflation-adjusted figure).

At the time, the Japanese were mystified because they knew their tender was less than half that and the German “all local” tender was even lower — probably under $20bn.

Japanese and German defence tenderers wondered why Australia would use such an inflated figure. Perhaps they were safeguarding themselves against yet another ‘stuff up’.

When the French won, the Americans, Japanese and Germans, concluded that the high-cost French tender had already been selected before the tender process started.

Defence Industry Minister Christopher Pyne needs to either take total control of the situation and force the French to honour their commitment or if he fails then recall tenders.

And then there’s the little problem of Australia’s two largest warships that don’t go. They cost about $1.5 billion each. Just over a month ago the ABC was reporting this:

“The Royal Australian Navy has conceded there might be design faults with its two largest ships which have been docked in Sydney since March undergoing urgent repair work.

Engineers are still trying to identify what is causing problems with the “azimuth” propulsion system on board the $1.5 billion Landing Helicopter Docks (LHDs) HMAS Canberra and HMAS Adelaide.

“It may well be a design issue,” conceded Rear Admiral Adam Grunsell, the head of maritime systems in Defence’s Capability Acquisition and Sustainment Group.”

What a pity…

But at least the Navy has its priorities right. Battalions of diverse sexuality advisors and transgender programs are far more important than ships.

Once this problem is sorted we’ll be just like the Americans.

As Michael Smith has reported on his webpage, its diverse sexuality program has advanced rapidly in recent years and now includes education for commanders who are a little confused about pregnant male soldiers.

See for yourself:

Pregnant male soldier

And read Michael’s full article here.

Halal certification documentary to be released tomorrow evening

Posted by on 4:37 pm in Featured, Islam | 2 comments

Halal certification documentary to be released tomorrow evening

The Islam-critical think tank, the Q Society, has just released this email:

Our new documentary looking closer into halal certification schemes will be released this Friday.

 Titled HALAL CERTIFICATION – The Unpalatable Facts, the new production published by Q Society of Australia Inc and HalalChoices, exposes the unregulated mess that is the halal certification industry in Australia.

 Produced by Debbie Robinson and presented by Kirralie Smith, with contributions from Senator Cory Bernardi, George Christenson MP, Bernard Gaynor, Debbie Robinson and members of the Assyrian Community, the video release is scheduled for Friday, 23rd June 2017 at 4:55pm AEST.

I am proud to have worked with the Q Society, Kirralie Smith and Debbie Robinson to battle the halal certification industry – an industry that even Labor Senator Sam Dastyari has acknowledged in parliament is full of shonks and scammers.

You will be able to watch the documentary about halal certification from 4:55pm on Friday – simply click here.

Here is Kirralie Smith’s Facebook post about the documentary:

And you can watch a sneak-preview here:

Malcolm Turnbull’s Liberals are not conservative

Posted by on 2:49 pm in Featured, Politics | 4 comments

Malcolm Turnbull’s Liberals are not conservative

Malcolm Turnbull’s Liberals are not conservative.

It’s a bit like acknowledging that a circle doesn’t have three sides. Everybody knows it but sometimes the truth still needs pointing out.

Two separate statements today from commentators on the left and right side of politics confirm just how far the Liberals have fallen.

Firstly there was this exchange on Brisbane’s ABC radio between Steve Austin and Bernard Keane:

Bernard Keane: “If you look at the economic policies this government is pursuing, they are significantly further to the left than even the last Labor government. And that I think reflects a widespread shift right across the Anglophone world and Western Europe…”

Steve Austin: “Forgive me for interrupting. Just say that again? That this Liberal or coalition government has shifted in terms of economic policy, or neo-liberalism, shifted further to the left than the previous federal Labor government?”

Bernard Keane: “Absolutely.”

Bernard Keane writes for Crikey. He is no friend of conservatives and likes to issue tweets like this:

Bernard ‘White-Men-Are-Scum’ Keane says the Turnbull government is absolutely to the left of even the Rudd and Gillard governments. What an endorsement that is.

Meanwhile, Andrew Bolt hit Turnbull from the opposite side of the commentariat:

“The Prime Minister has destroyed the Liberals so completely that I now fear even Tony Abbott can’t save them. In fact, the question is no longer whether the Liberals will lose the next election but whether it will split as well.

Why would Liberal supporters keep giving money and votes to a party trashing Liberal principles and fighting for Labor ones instead?”

It’s a good question.

This Turnbull government of so-called ‘conservatives’ has given us the nation’s highest ever debt. We now owe more than half a trillion dollars.

It has continued with disastrous programs like the NDIS and thinks that the solution to our educational crisis is to simply borrow more and spend more. A proper conservative government would solve the real problem by addressing the curriculum.

And it is locking us all in to higher power prices with an insane pursuit of expensive and unreliable energy production. Even if climate change is real, Australia’s efforts will still do diddly-squat to change the temperature of the planet.

But there’s no proof that we are heating up the world and the nightmare predictions are entirely speculative anyway.

On the social issues, the Turnbull government has been even worse.

It did not sack Gillian Triggs. It did not scrap the Human Rights Commission. And it did not replace her with a hard-nosed fighter. We are set for more of the same from this mob.

It pranced around the Safe Schools program and, after nothing more than a little cosmetic surgery, pretended that it done the right thing by kids. Nothing could be further from the truth. They are still being taught queer gender theory. This idea has been normalised under a ‘conservative’ government when it should have been scrapped entirely.

On halal certification, the Turnbull government has done absolutely nothing, even after a Senate inquiry determined that the industry was full of shonks and scammers.

And when it comes to security, this government might as well be led by the Greens. It has overseen a Defence Force that now employs ‘diverse sexuality’ advisors and supporters of radical Islamist groups. Worse, it has sat by and watched as the head of ASIO claimed during Senate estimates that there was no link between terrorism and refugees, just 24 after the Coroner’s report into the Lindt Café terrorist attack confirmed that it was carried out by a refugee.

Everyone knows that Malcolm Turnbull is not conservative. And he’s not even popular either.

France has just seen the two major parties wiped away. The British have shown that they have no desire for a fake conservative government. America has given us Trump.

Voters across the world are increasingly unhappy with the political elites.

And conservative voters no longer have a home with Turnbull. Watch Cory Bernardi’s Australian Conservatives. This party is likely to grow its base very quickly…

Thank you and please donate to keep this site going

Posted by on 4:21 pm in Featured, General | 0 comments

Thank you and please donate to keep this site going

Thank you for your ongoing support of this website. It relies entirely on donations for its ongoing operation.

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I’m also very proud that so many Australians have visited this webpage. Since it was launched in 2013, it has been visited more than 2.7 million times and its articles have been read on more than 8 million occasions. This website is also archived by Pandora, the web archive of the National Library of Australia.

Thank you once again (from a mere deplorable)…


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