Media Release: Sleepwalking to destruction

Bernard Gaynor has been endorsed as the lead Senate candidate by the Queensland branch of the Democratic Labor Party.

However, he says he is unlikely to run as the Federal Executive of the DLP is refusing to accept the Queensland branch’s decision. The Federal Executive has structured its campaign around appealing to Islamic voters and has vetoed any candidate who will raise concerns about Islam or Islamic immigration.

“I was honoured to be unanimously endorsed by the Queensland Executive last weekend,” Mr Gaynor said.

“Unfortunately, the Federal Executive has made a political decision to position the DLP as the party of choice for Islamic communities in Victoria.”

“I committed the grave offence of stating the truth about Mohammad. Muslims follow a prophet who was a murderer and who had sex with a nine year old girl. Because I pointed this out, I can no longer run.”

“I do not state this truth because I hate Muslims. I state it because they need to understand the truth about Mohammad. Ignoring this truth does them, and us, no good at all.”

“This decision means that the DLP Federal Executive is ignoring its own principles. These are that state branches are responsible for candidate selection and that the party is opposed to undemocratic and totalitarian ideologies.”

“You cannot describe Islam in any other way. It is an undemocratic, totalitarian ideology.”

“This is a very sad situation. When parties like the DLP and politicians like Bob Katter join the same politically correct bandwagon as Labor and the Liberals, it marks the death of truly conservative and nationalistic politics in Australia.”

“This country is sleepwalking to destruction.”

“Unless something changes, we will see soldiers beheaded on our streets and the Islamic population will continue to grow rapidly. In ten years, it will be so much harder to address this difficult issue than it is today. It will probably be too late.”

“There can be no doubt that Islam will eventually conquer the empty, atheistic and crumbling secularist society that is killing Western civilisation.”

“I have tried my best. I am now hanging up my boots from politics and will concentrate on my family and writing.”

“I also pray that God raise up a national hero who can save Australia, in the same mould as Garcia Moreno. This man dedicated his country to Christ the King and achieved great things for Ecuador, before being assassinated for his Catholic faith.”

“I would be more than willing to support such a person.”

Author: Bernard Gaynor

Bernard Gaynor is a married father of eight children. He has a background in military intelligence, Arabic language and culture and is an outspoken advocate of conservative and family values.

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  1. Wow Bernard. It sounds like you belong with Family First Party instead! It really seems that you are wasted there. Centralisation of any form works against a nation’s progress. Where the self-styled ‘big boys’ are ignoring the people on the front line, something is going to give. You should talk to Sally Vincent. She’s fantastic!

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    • Jonathan, I think you should find out some real truths about Family First. For starters, why do you think that they have spent so much time in SA wining and dining the Islamic community?

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  2. Here is the text of the media release the DLP put out to explain its reasons for not endorsing Bernard. It is a pathetic and disingenuous non-explanation. It just confirms Bernard’s suspicions as to why he was rejected.

    “Bernard Gaynor was never an endorsed DLP candidate”
    June 4, 2013 By Vincent Stefano

    We understand some people are puzzled concerning the supposed candidacy of Bernard
    Gaynor in Queensland.

    Mr Gaynor was never an endorsed candidate of the DLP.

    When Mr Gaynor applied for DLP membership, the Federal Executive agreed on the proviso that, apart from him upholding the principles of the DLP, Mr Gaynor could not be endorsed as a candidate unless the Federal Executive agreed.

    The DLP Constitution states that a person cannot join the DLP within 2 years after formal resignation from another political party, except as the Federal Executive permits.

    Recently, Mr Gaynor sought and received the endorsement of the Queensland State Executive, which under any other circumstances would have been the correct course to take. However, as he failed to abide by the original membership arrangements, he breached the initial agreement.

    As a result the Federal Executive, including the Secretary of every State Branch, unanimously voted to revoke Mr Gaynor’s membership.

    The allegation made by Mr Gaynor that the Federal Executive acted against Party principles is completely unfounded.

    Also unfounded are the allegations that the DLP has structured its campaign around Islamic voters.

    Not one DLP statement or policy is geared towards any specific religious group. The DLP holds firm to its policies and principles. Any individual or group that believes in these principles is welcome to support the Party.

    The DLP upholds principles intended to promote mutual tolerance and respect among all peoples and communities.

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    • Hello Ewan – they are not just suspicions. I was told last week to remove all references to Mohammad from this website by the Victorian Senate candidate and DLP Secretary, Mark Farrell. He told me he was after 40,000 votes from the Islamic community and my posts were offensive to Muslims and jeopardised his chances. I replied that he was delusional and doing the wrong thing. I also don’t care if the Islamic community is offended when we point out their belief that Mohammad had sex with a little girl. The offence is their problem, not ours.

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  3. Political correctness is like luke warmness! We know was
    Jesus said about luke warmness!
    If you don’t stand for something you’ll fall for anything.
    What Australian want is genuine leadership, honest straight forward good policy.
    Conservative politicians are few and far between.
    Untarnished, unbiased, ethical transparent politicians… Can we find one and elect one please?

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  4. There is a national hero who can save Australia. Its is Danny Nalliah of the Rise Up Australia Party. Shame on the DLP & KAP who pander to harmful minority groups.

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