Defence Minister backs Hizb ut Tahrir sympathising Defence imam
Jun15

Defence Minister backs Hizb ut Tahrir sympathising Defence imam

Senator Bernardi has questioned why Defence employs an imam that has backed Hizb ut Tahrir.

And the Defence Member has said because diversity…

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Rainbow-coloured egg is on the VCDF’s face
Jun13

Rainbow-coloured egg is on the VCDF’s face

The Vice Chief of Defence Force has claimed he is apolitical while attacking ‘conservative’ media outlets.

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Mark Latham dials up the heat on the Defence imam
May31

Mark Latham dials up the heat on the Defence imam

The media is beginning to focus on the scandalous appointment of a Hizb ut Tahrir sympathiser to the position of Defence imam…

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Where does the Defence imam stand on Sharia law now?
Apr10

Where does the Defence imam stand on Sharia law now?

Thanks to Hizb ut Tahrir, we know a little more about Sharia law.

The big question now is whether the Australian Defence Force imam also believes that the penalty for apostasy under Islamic law is death…

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Off to the High Court (twice)
Apr06

Off to the High Court (twice)

Thanks to your support and assistance, I have filed an application to appeal the CDF’s decision to sack me for my conservative political beliefs and also began work defending an appeal from Garry Burns and NSW. Both matters are now in the High Court.

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Please help
Mar20

Please help

It is humbling to rely on the support of others.

And I need your help now.

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Defence pulls advertising from Breitbart, focuses on LGBT communications
Mar16

Defence pulls advertising from Breitbart, focuses on LGBT communications

Defence is pulling advertising from Breitbart and other conservative websites but increasing strategic communications to LGBT communities because core values…

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Graham Perrett, payments & Defence hypocrisy
Mar14

Graham Perrett, payments & Defence hypocrisy

Hypocrisy anyone?

Defence has signed-up a Labor politician while ‘ordering’ conservatives that it’s against policy for them to express political views – even privately. And then there’s the question of payments…

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A difficult week
Mar10

A difficult week

The first week of Lent has seen a number of legal decisions go against me. But the fight goes on.

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Defence at war with our democracy
Feb28

Defence at war with our democracy

Uniformed political activity is unlawful. The Mardi Gras requires all participants to sign up to its political goals.

So why is the Australian Defence Force marching again in 2017?

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