Today the New South Wales Court of Appeal handed down a judgement that effectively ended three years of progressive totalitarian action against me – and all Australians who dare to express conservative views. This victory could not have come without your support. As such, it is not mine. It belongs to all of us.
I issued the press release below a short time ago. Now I am off to celebrate with my wife and family. The bubbly will flow tonight…
3 FEBRUARY 2017
COURT RULING SMASHES NEW SOUTH WALES ANTI-DISCRIMINATION BOARD/TRIBUNAL
The New South Wales Anti-Discrimination Board and the New South Wales Civil and Administrative Tribunal have received a blunt court ruling today that ends their unlawful and unconstitutional actions against non-New South Wales residents for their views regarding homosexual marriage.
The New South Wales Court of Appeal found that these actions violated the Commonwealth constitution. Unfortunately, the ruling still allows costly action against New South Wales residents who dare to express conservative views on marriage and family.
The judgement also ends almost three years of costly legal action and effectively terminates 32 complaints that had been brought against me by serial homosexual complainant and self-described ‘anti-free speech’ activist, Garry Burns. The Court of Appeal decision states in relation to the complaints against me:
“It follows that there is no operative power to refer such a complaint from the Anti-Discrimination Board to NCAT, nor for NCAT to determine a complaint which has been referred, nor for NCAT’s order purporting to determine such a complaint to be enforced.”
Until this ruling was handed down, I was facing the prospect of fronting a kangaroo court and fines of up to $1.6 million. These fines would have been payable to Garry Burns.
As a result of the ruling, former Victorian political candidate, Tess Corbett, has also been spared contempt charges that may have resulted in her imprisonment.
It is clear from today’s ruling and recent revelations about the operation of the Australian Human Rights Commission that the entire anti-discrimination industry is operating outside the law. This industry is best described as a political police force for the Greens.
A Royal Commission is warranted into the operations, motives and actions of the henchmen who have become a self-anointed ‘Thought Police’ of Australia and the various states.
I will not hold my breath waiting for that to occur. But I have instructed my legal team to commence legal action against the New South Wales Anti-Discrimination Board as soon as possible.
I have good reason to believe that this will be successful: after all the Acting President of the New South Wales Anti-Discrimination Board has admitted in writing that her organisation has breached its own statutory obligations under the Anti-Discrimination Act 1977 (NSW). The Board failed to provide me with information in relation to its ‘investigations’ into me.
As such, it is appropriate to note that in this lengthy farcical saga the only people to have breached New South Wales anti-discrimination law are those who enforce it. It should not be a surprise at all that this is how ‘Thought Police’ operate.
I also hope that the New South Wales police will now take action against Garry Burns for his decision to contact Islamic organisations and to offer them my personal family details. This has caused great stress for my family and forced us to move residence for our safety. The New South Wales police have declined to take any action on the basis that I was subject to anti-discrimination complaints.
Finally, I thank my wife, family and the thousands of Australians who have supported me. I could not have defended myself without their generosity and assistance. This victory belongs to all of them.
And I must thank God as well. He has truly protected me.