The High Court has thrown out Gary Burns’ appeal.
And along the way ruled that the entire anti-discrimination ‘Thought Police’ apparatus has been acting unconstitutionally against me…
I am once again faced with serious legal costs.
So I must ask, once again, for help.
Next week I will be in the High Court in Canberra.
Freedom of speech and religion are at stake…
The High Court will hand down some important decisions into my cases shortly…
The NSW Police will not investigate whether Gary Burns’ emails threatening me with assault or offering my family details to Islamic organisations breached laws prohibiting the use of a carriage service to harass, menace or cause offence.
A ‘Gay Liaison’ Officer deemed the emails to be ‘free speech in the context of our relationship’.
The NSW Anti-Discrimination Board has referred (yet another) Gary Burns’ complaint to the Tribunal.
My crime this time is to link to an Andrew Bolt article.
The NCAT has dismissed Gary Burns’ complaints against me.
The NCAT appears to have serious problems in the division which handles homosexual vilification complaints.
The last month has been difficult – I have had to move my family to protect their safety after a homosexual activist bandied our address about with Islamic organisations.
But it’s good to be back in action.
I write today with some very good news. On Friday I was facing what was possibly the first of many hearings to determine whether the expression of my Catholic beliefs and political views in regards to homosexuality are unlawful. And I faced a fine of up to $100,000 for each complaint and the prospect of being ordered to apologise for my beliefs. The potential consequence for failing to apologise is imprisonment for contempt of court....