Where are all the belligerent lesbians?
Jun19

Where are all the belligerent lesbians?

Defence recruiting was revolutionised based on the assumption that hordes of angry lesbians were banging down the door to serve the nation.

Seven years later, HMAS Perth sits in a dry dock because it has been literally unmanned…

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The ADF creates hell on earth
May14

The ADF creates hell on earth

Some people don’t think hell exists.

Clearly they’ve never been to a Defence diversity morning tea…

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Defence bans cross symbols as activists fight for Satanic chaplains
Apr21

Defence bans cross symbols as activists fight for Satanic chaplains

The Australian Human Rights Commission is mediating a complaint from a man who says he wants to see Satanic chaplains in the ADF.

Defence has responded by stating it intends to increase the ‘diversity’ of chaplains. And unit logos with crosses have been deemed ‘offensive’…

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Anzac Day dawn service march too dangerous for female CO
Apr12

Anzac Day dawn service march too dangerous for female CO

The naval officer who banned an Anzac Day dawn service march on safety grounds was celebrated for her gender diversity upon appointment as CO of HMAS Albatross…

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Pilots must consider feminist theory before dropping bombs
Apr08

Pilots must consider feminist theory before dropping bombs

The ADF has not yet hit peak insanity.

It’s now deploying ‘Gender Advisors’ and issued doctrine demanding pilots avoid bombing the enemy if women might have to travel further to collect firewood…

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What will the ADF look like in 2030? Part 4: A loss of experience and flexibility
Apr01

What will the ADF look like in 2030? Part 4: A loss of experience and flexibility

By 2030, the feminised ADF is likely to grant between 120,000 and 150,000 maternity leave days each year.

The ADF can choose to provide flexible work-place conditions. Or it can build a force flexible enough to deploy at short notice.

It cannot do both…

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What will the ADF look like in 2030? Part 3: The de-manning process
Mar30

What will the ADF look like in 2030? Part 3: The de-manning process

Based on current recruitment and retention trends in the Australian Defence Force, by 2030 27% of the Army, 34% of the Navy and 40% of the Air Force will be female.

No nation has ever defended itself with such a military force.

Part 3 of this series looks at the revolutionary feminist demographic change inside Australia’s Defence Force…

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What will the ADF look like in 2030? Part 2: Females come first
Mar28

What will the ADF look like in 2030? Part 2: Females come first

Women are treated favourably when it comes to recruitment, postings, retention and career progression in the ADF.

Females are more likely to be deemed suitable for promotion, more likely to be promoted and promoted quicker than men.

Part 2 of this series examines how the ADF will be revolutionised by 2030…

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What will the ADF look like in 2030? Part 1: The revolution is underway
Mar27

What will the ADF look like in 2030? Part 1: The revolution is underway

The ADF’s feminist revolution is literally ‘de-manning’ our military.

If it continues the ADF will be broken by 2030.

Part 1 of this series looks at the background to this revolution…

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David Morrison’s echoes…
Mar27

David Morrison’s echoes…

Why would be surprised that an academic attacks Anzac Day when a Chief of Army and Australian of the Year has done exactly the same thing?

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