This is interesting…

A little while ago, I put a Freedom of Information request into the Australian Defence Force seeking any emails to or from Wing Commander Vince Chong between 14 August and 14 September this year containing the words:

  • Defence Gay and Lesbian Information Service
  • DEFGLIS
  • gay
  • homosexual
  • LGBT
  • plebiscite
  • postal survey

Wing Commander Vince Chong works in the Royal Australian Air Force. According to his biography in the symposium notes of a recent event run by the University of NSW, Chong is the Commanding Officer of Maritime Patrol Systems Program Office in the Capability Acquisition and Sustainment Group for the Department of Defence.

That’s an important title with a lot of words.

In a nutshell, it means that he is heavily involved in the maintenance, upgrade and configuration control of Australia’s maritime patrol aircraft, including the new $4 billion P-8A Poseidon. The first of these aircraft arrived in Australia late last year with 11 more to come into service by March 2020.

It’s busy times at the Maritime Patrol Systems Program Office.

So you can imagine my surprise when the FOI dude contacted me. It is estimated that between 14 August and 14 September, the Commanding Officer of the Maritime Patrol Systems Program Office sent and received more than 1,000 pages of emails dealing with LGBT issues.

Even if Vince Chong worked weekends in this period he churned through, on average, more than 30 pages of emails a day relating to a political lobby group that has campaigned for gay marriage and other assorted rainbow agendas. It is possible, although unknown at this stage, that some of these emails discussed the postal survey on marriage.

If he wasn’t working weekends, the number of pages per day rises to at least 41.

And all of this was done on an Air Force computer using an Air Force account.

Isn’t that interesting?

Maybe it’s not so busy times at the Maritime Patrol Systems Program Office after all.

Defence computer systems should be used for Defence-related work. It is an abuse of these systems for one officer to generate more than 1,000 pages of emails relating to a homosexual lobby group and other related rainbow agendas in a single month.

Unfortunately, it is not yet known what these emails consist of. Because there are so many of them, Defence estimates that it will take 85 hours, or over two standard work weeks, to process my FOI request.

Remember, this request is for emails sent on a Defence network using a Defence account. Yet the emails contain words that have absolutely nothing to do with Defence and everything to do with a homosexual lobby group, sexuality and the most contentious political debate in Australia at the moment.

It is going to cost about $1,500 to process this FOI request. I can’t afford that on my own. If you’d like to chip in to help and find out what is going on inside Defence, please donate here.

And you can view my request and response to date thus far here.

Author: Bernard Gaynor

Bernard Gaynor is a married father of seven 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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  1. Seems Politicians aside the whole ‘PUBLIC SERVICE’ Apparatus is corrupt and requires a good dressing down on the rules of Govt/Public service affirmation in their lives. Engaging in personal matters on time on duty is a sacrilege of duty to censured and or followed up with dismissal notices to send a message of due diligence required on the Job.

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  2. Gender theory insanity is far from having run its course. All social sectors that have physical requirements should brace themselves for the onslaught of Gender theory/body image activism, crybullying, pcstandovers and libtard virtue signalling.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qJc_D7ufoTg
    Plus size SJW ‘triggered’ by TTC ballet ads

    Not to mention more Trigglypuff contributions to the social discussion
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZIpkdusnIkE
    My Trigglypuff encounter at UMass’s ‘the triggering’ summed up in 5 minutes.

    Trigglypuff is endstage social justice warriorism. Beware.

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  3. Vince Chong must be about as useless any other RAAF WGCDR by that measure. Why do I say that ????? Because I’m a retired RAAFie with 30 years service so I have some idea of what I’m talking about……

    Anyhow, most gay males are unpredictable to work with at best. I always found the lesbian tradies most agreeable & competent & a good laugh on the beer after a long shift; they just wanted to do their job & be recognised for what they did & the blokes appreciated it.

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  4. Why just pick on the Air Force Bernard? It would appear they are not aone.

    My understanding is that the Army is trying to establish intake quotas favouring females, and changing the normal workings of the Army to make it a more pleasant place to serve. Crikey, we used to make fun of the Navy.

    I don’t care what colour your rainbow is, but when I served, I needed to be able to trust, implicitly, the bloke next to me.

    Our forces should be totally apolitical. There should be no room for any of this rainbow stuff, as you put it, but rather people who are suitable for the position and the demands that go with it, should be taken on board.

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  5. Just as well Chong is not an enlisted man. If so he would have been facing a number of charges by.now.
    Once again, one rule for officers and another for the enlisted personnel.

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    • As a retired RAAF Flight Sergeant I can agree with that.

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