Apparently, the military would be more capable if it opened its doors to a community that fights for the enemy.
The Islamic State captured 1000s of vehicles worth over $1.5 billion from the city of Mosul alone.
It’s clear the Iraqi Security Forces were armed but unwilling to fight.
Disagreements between former Australian Army generals in recent days highlights that the government has no clear strategy for military force in Iraq.
Australia’s efforts in Afghanistan have failed and it’s more than likely that the mosque the Australian Defence Force built will be used to support Islamic violence.
The Regimental Sergeant Major of the Australian Army will break a lawful general order prohibiting uniformed attendance at political events when he marches in the Sydney Gay and Lesbian Mardi Gras.
The Chief of Army, Lieutenant General David Morrison, has some questions to answer in relation to his handling of the Army’s ‘Jedi Council’ sex scandal. But, so far, he has refused to do so. This raises doubt over his ‘famous’ speech that he is intent on creating an Army that is respectful of women. But, then again, so does his decision to allow uniformed personnel to march with busloads of topless women at the Sydney Gay and Lesbian...
The Most Reverend Max Davis has stood aside as the Catholic Bishop of the Australian Defence Force. Bishop Davis has been charged by Western Australian police with an offence dating back to 1969, prior to his ordination. The allegation is that Bishop Davis abused a student at St Benedict’s College in New Norcia. Bishop Davis has released a statement emphatically denying the allegation. He will defend himself against the charge. I can...
Bernard Gaynor notes the hypocrisy of the Australian Defence Force’s leadership.
Bernard Gaynor has lodged a harassment complaint against the ADF for its support of the Sydney Mardi Gras.
The United States military has for some time been removing Christians from its ranks. And silencing those who dare support the anti-Obama side of politics.
And in Australia it’s not much different. Our generals support political movements that want to change extant laws regarding marriage. They also support gay officers who engage in political activity targeting the rights of Christian organisations.