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 I also know others have been lodged as well. I think the total number is about 20. Tomorrow it will probably be higher.
As way of introduction, you can visit Gary Burns’ website and read the more than 50 abusive articles he has published about me in the last 12 months here.
Oh yeah, this is an email I received from him as well:
I have 240 more where that came from. Not all them threaten to castrate me. Others just show a repeated and disturbing interest in my children’s sexual orientation. Yes. I said my children. Gary Burns writes to me asking questions about their sexuality.
Anyway, Gary Burns believes that he is a ‘public interest litigant’ who stands up for oppressed minorities. He does this by lodging anti-vilification complaints against other people for what they say. And then he contacts Islamic organisations to offer them the address of his victim, as you can see below.
Considering that Australia’s Grand Mufti opposed laws prohibiting the advocation of terror because it impinged the Islamic community’s ‘religious freedom’, one can understand why I am not too happy with the above email.
Anyway, Gary’s got this whole complaint thing down to a fine art.
In my case, he’s actually complained about a comment that he left on my Facebook page. He’s also admitted to the Anti-Discrimination Board that he tries to leave comments under fake names. I’ll have more to say about that in due course. And he’s also complained about other things that I have said that, well, he’s said too.
The good news for Gary is that the Anti-Discrimination Board doesn’t do any investigations. It just packages up the complaint and shovels it off to the New South Wales Civil and Administrative Tribunal. We know this for a fact because when we issued a summons for the Board’s ‘investigations’ last year, it sent us back an empty envelope.
Gary says that he lodges these complaints to protect the homosexual community from hate. This would be the same homosexual community that Gary proudly acknowledges hates him. That’s kind of bizarre, but then again, this whole situation is. I haven’t even told you the half of it yet, and I won’t be going into all the gory details today either.
But it’s not surprising that the homosexual community hates Gary Burns, considering that just last week he told the man most likely to bring homosexual marriage laws into Australia to pack up the kids and missus and [expletive deleted] off out of the country. Yes, Senator Leyonhjelm got up Burns’ nose because he wants to get rid of the anti-discrimination apparatus that people like Burns play on every day while wreaking havoc on other people’s lives.
Another reason they might hate Burns is because he issued a press release about one of the premiere homosexual organisations in New South Wales, ACON, on 2 February 2011 titled, “CONFIRMED: PAEDOPHILES USING ACON’S FACILITIES”.
And it goes on to state:
Mr Burns also challenged ACON’s assertion that there was “no impropriety in [Sydney Gay Freethinkers’] use of ACON premises”.
“How would they know what’s going on at these meetings?” asked Mr Burns.
“They could be grooming young boys for sex. For all they know, Jack the Ripper could be there. Unless ACON is monitoring the meetings, they’d have no idea what goes on there.”
Hey! Who needs me to write about homosexuals exposing themselves to children at gay pride parades when noted homosexual activist Gary Burns is airing all the dirty linen himself?
But I have. Because this culture has serious problems and is morally bankrupt.
In another article written by Burns, he also admits that the fear of being branded homophobic means the media won’t scrutinise homosexual organisations.
Too right, I say. Gary, I’m with you 100% on that one. I’m not sure, though, that lodging complaint after complaint is going to help dispel the perception that we are faced with a pack of rainbow bullies.
Anyway, Gary reckons it’s fine and dandy to talk about paedophiles using the facilities of homosexual organisations and to complain about bullying within the homosexual lobby. But he also reckons that it’s hate-filled vilification if I write about the same things. Go figure.
Hence all the complaints. If you want to read the posts that caused all this palava in the first place, they are linked below:
- Crack SS Gay Brigade storms America
- Defence to march down Oxford Street again in 2014
- Facebook says Toronto’s Pride Parade breaches community standards
But, like I said at the start, I’ve not been writing so much lately. Not because I’m backing down. It’s got more to do with the fact the entire anti-discrimination process is part of the punishment. I’ve already prepared 100s of pages of documentation and had to fly to Sydney three times this year to just deal with this well-oiled nightmare. And we haven’t even got to the first substantive hearing yet.
It’s well-oiled for a reason. This is not the first time this has happened. Burns describes it as his ‘work’ to lodge complaints. He’s been party to over 65% of homosexual vilification complaints since the first case appeared before a tribunal in 1996. And he’s been responsible for every single case with one exception since November 2010. It’s also no coincidence that there has been a huge surge in complaints since that time either. The New South Wales Anti-Discrimination Act 1997 should be renamed after Gary Burns.
And the type of case has changed too. Burns’ first complaint, back in 2002, was against a bloke who wrote threatening messages on his door. Fair enough. His last complaints have been against people in other states who spoke their mind on political issues. And he’s won almost all of them. Not so good.
If the above might sound farcical, the potential outcomes if I don’t manage to defend myself are tyrannical.
Each complaint carries a potential fine of up to $100,000. And it goes straight to Burns. There is also the prospect of an order forcing me to apologise. If I don’t, I face the very real possibility of being jailed for contempt. These anti-discrimination cases have gone that way before.
And I’ll say this right here and now. I’ve gone overseas to fight for this nation’s freedom. And I’m not the kind of man who’s prepared to grovel because the Thought Police back at home don’t believe in freedom anymore.
So I had better win because the options are not great if I lose.
Last week I attended a hearing in Sydney where we asked the Tribunal to dismiss Gary Burns’ complaints on the grounds that they are vexatious and frivolous. The application was rejected and a hearing date was set for 6 February.
Today we lodged an application to have that decision reviewed. I am now waiting to confirm whether it will be, or whether the first of many hearings goes ahead. I’ll keep you in the loop.
Regardless, I’m willing to fight this battle. But I can’t do it alone. I need financial support. My legal team has a good plan and it is a winning plan. But it won’t happen on good intentions alone.
And if there’s no fight and I’m finished off, there will be a new target. You can guarantee that.
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