Beyond 18c
Mar15

Beyond 18c

There’s no point repealing 18c if it will just send activist complainants into the arms of even worse state-based anti-discrimination bodies.

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Our victory!
Feb03

Our victory!

Today the NSW Court of Appeal threw out Garry Burns’ complaints against me.

This victory is one for all of us…

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The movement grows
Nov04

The movement grows

On Saturday night a fundraising/update dinner was held in Brisbane. Over $16,000 has been raised and both Senator Malcolm Roberts and Mr George Christensen MP lent their support.

The fight is well and truly on to dismantle the apparatus of the Thought Police…

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Queenslanders, New South Wales is watching you…
Oct26

Queenslanders, New South Wales is watching you…

The NSW ADB has admitted that it has been using taxpayer resources to monitor the views of my social media followers.

It’s no longer the Land Downunder, but the Land of Big Brother…

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Saving the world one ADB complaint at a time
Oct05

Saving the world one ADB complaint at a time

It’s time the universal jurisdiction and awesome power of the NSW Thought Police was unleashed on Islamic State.

Rainbow Team Six should be deployed immediately…

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A confession, O ye Thought Police
Aug18

A confession, O ye Thought Police

I have been incited to loathe homosexuality. In order to assist the ‘Thought Police’ today I’ve spilled the beans on the culprits who incite me…

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NSW Anti-Discrimination Board: it’s unlawful to link to Andrew Bolt
Aug10

NSW Anti-Discrimination Board: it’s unlawful to link to Andrew Bolt

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.

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NCAT ruling protects freedom from LGBT attack
Oct15

NCAT ruling protects freedom from LGBT attack

Victory!

The NCAT has dismissed Gary Burns’ complaints against me.

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Legal update: an initial victory
Feb04

Legal update: an initial victory

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....

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The path to protected paedophilia looks like this
Aug29

The path to protected paedophilia looks like this

DISCLAIMER: This article is not intended for publication in New South Wales. I do not give permission for anyone in New South Wales to read this article, publish it, print it, post it to themselves, talk about it or place it on their Facebook page. I do not even give you permission to bookmark it or think about what its contents may contain. If you live in New South Wales and want to read this article, you must first travel outside of...

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