News Weekly: Gay activism encouraged in Australia’s armed services

An Australian Defence Force officer, Squadron-Leader Vince Chong, has received a decoration — a gold commendation — from the Vice Chief of the Defence Force (VCDF), Air Marshal Mark Binskin AO, on May 22, for his leadership in a homosexual activist political organisation, the Australian Defence Gay and Lesbian Information Service (DEFGLIS).

This organisation has succeeded in having homosexual servicemen march as formed bodies in uniform — Navy, Army and Air Force — in the 2013 Sydney Gay and Lesbian Mardi Gras.

Normally, servicemen are prohibited from marching in uniform in political demonstrations — indeed, it is very much frowned upon for them to take part in such demonstrations even in civilian clothes.

Furthermore, in various catch-all disciplinary measures — “conduct unbecoming”, etc — it has for a long time, perhaps always, been a standard rule of the armed services that people’s sexuality is their own business and it should not be flaunted.

While one or two such incidents may have little effect, it is possible to anticipate how, over time, a drastic change will occur in the armed forces’ whole culture as a result of an accumulation of such incidents.

Full article at News Weekly.

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Author: Bernard Gaynor

Bernard Gaynor is a married father of nine 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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