Thank you and let’s build from here

Thank you once again for your support over the past years and during the election campaign.

In just over six months, we have grown a large organisation across Australia. In Queensland we had the fourth largest campaign team on the ground and are currently polling 12th out of 38 parties in the Senate.

As it currently stands, I am only about 5,000 votes short of being competitive for a Senate seat in Queensland. While this gap has slowly reduced during the Senate count, it remains unlikely that it will be closed, although we will wait for pre-polling results to be counted.

This shows how close we have come to winning a seat in parliament. We have also seen a significant vote for Pauline Hanson. I congratulate her on her success and hope that she can use her influence to see Islamic immigration into Australia halted and halal certification scrapped. She now has a responsibility to prosecute the case on behalf of almost 1 million Australians on these issues.

However, it is also clear that we need to review our campaign, identify those things that we did well in and learn lessons about the areas we need to improve on. As such, your feedback is important. Please click here to fill out a survey and let us know what you think about the campaign.

I will take a break over the next few days and then resume writing on my webpage. I am also interested to see talk of Cory Bernardi’s conservative-style ‘Get Up!’ organisation. There is no doubt this election has demonstrated that Australians are not happy with Labor, or a Labor-led Liberal Party.

We will see more debt, more Islam and more anti-family social policies over the next three years. I will continue to do all that I can to stand up for our Christian heritage: it is the key factor in the development of our civilisation and it needs protecting from the attacks that will continue to come.

Kind regards,

Bernard Gaynor
Christ is our king!

Author: Bernard Gaynor

Bernard Gaynor is a married father of eight children. He has a background in military intelligence, Arabic language and culture and is an outspoken advocate of conservative and family values.

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