Why the Australian Defence Force is complicit in child abuse
This post doesn’t need many words.
The pictures tell the story.
The Chief of Army, General David Morrison, has given me 28 days to show cause why I should not be terminated from military service, primarily because I dared oppose ADF involvement in the Mardi Gras.
Well, I suggest the Chief of Army explain why he allows his uniformed soldiers to support an activity where children are exposed to indecency and utterly inappropriate sexual activity.
Is it because he is afraid of saying no to the homosexual community, whose values are clearly on display at the Mardi Gras? Or is it because he is happy to support the exposure of children to acts of sexual indecency?
Either way, I am not the one who has done the wrong thing.
Fact 1. Children attended the Mardi Gras
Fact 2. Children were exposed to indecency and explicit homosexual activity
Fact 3. Uniformed ADF personnel marched in full support of the Mardi Gras
Considering the Chief of Army today kindly sent me a print out of pretty much everything I have written on this webpage, I can only assume that he, like the Deputy Chief of Army, Lieutenant General Angus Campbell, is an avid reader.
I trust that isn’t to the detriment of more important things, like trying to win the war in Afghanistan. But what the hey, it’s nice to have an audience.
However, it would be good if he gave Australia an answer the above question. Why is it appropriate for the Army to support this sexually perverse event?
And I do so hope his response is not just more administrative action headed my way. That is not an answer. It is a cop out.
And the Chief of Army knows it.