As you are probably aware, I have launched legal action against the Chief of Defence Force for the termination of my commission. I am also facing multiple complaints in the New South Wales Civil and Administrative Tribunal from a homosexual activist.
This is an update of where things are at:
Federal Court case against the Chief of the Defence Force
I have commenced action in the Federal Court against the Chief of Defence Force for his decision to terminate my commission after I highlighted that uniformed ADF participation in the Sydney Gay and Lesbian Mardi Gras breached numerous Defence policies and lawful general orders
I am happy to report that this matter appears to be proceeding well.
There was a Directions Hearing in the Federal Court last week and Defence’s lawyers attempted to have the case struck out. They were unsuccessful and the Federal Court has accepted my Statement of Claim. This is an encouraging sign.
Defence now has a month to request detailed particulars of my claim. The next Directions Hearing is set for 11 December, 2014.
This is an important action. If successful, it will set the foundation to force the Australian Defence Force out of the Sydney Gay and Lesbian Mardi Gras. This is a political rally that aims to change extant laws while promoting truly offensive and objectionable behaviour; the nation’s proud military has no place in this protest march. It will also force the hierarchy to address the fact that senior officers are actively protecting the Islamic religion – the ideology that motivates our battlefield enemies – over Christianity.
The flipside is that if this action fails it will send a clear message to those who seek to overthrow Australia’s heritage and culture that they have been given free rein to use the power of the Australian Defence Force. The military will become increasingly politicised and politically-correct. There can be no doubt that those who seek to remove all Christian influence from the military will step up their attacks.
This will pose a direct threat to democracy and freedom of religious belief for Christians in Australia. And this is a threat that I intend to continue fighting. Once again, I would like to thank all those who have contributed financially to help me engage in these battles – without your support I could not have taken this action.
NSW homosexual vilification complaints
I am now facing about 13 complaints of homosexual vilification and victimisation lodged against me with the New South Wales Anti-Discrimination Board . I do not know the full number because a new complaint seems to arrive on a weekly basis.
The same homosexual activist has lodged every complaint and he publicly admits that this is his full time job. I face fines of up to $100,000 and, if awarded, these will go straight to the complainant. Most of the complaints do not even refer to my writing, but to fairly bland comments left on my Facebook page. And now the Anti-Discrimination Board is scrutinising every syllable to find offence – which they always do.
However, I am also being investigated for suspicious comments that were left on my Facebook page by an anonymous person, screen captured, and then sent to the Anti-Discrimination Board by the complainant – all within a matter of minutes. Of course, the Anti-Discrimination Board is not interested in finding the actual person who left these comments. It just wants to investigate me.
And the Board has decided that I should face the Civil and Administrative Tribunal for criticising homosexuals who exposed themselves to children at ‘gay pride’ parades – in North America. And I live in Queensland. The New South Wales Thought Police clearly know no boundaries. However, they are happy to be linked prominently on a website that encourages primarily homosexual men to engage in sexual acts in public places and parks.
This entire matter is now completely out of hand and farcical. The complainant is even trying to have my lawyer disbarred for representing me. He has also written to a large number of police, politicians and judges that I am planning to murder him. While making these claims, he has published my address and written to Islamic organisations requesting them to take action against me. Needless to say, this is rather disconcerting for my entire family. I am taking action legal action to remedy these abuses and to ensure our safety.
The New South Wales Civil and Administrative Tribunal will hold a Case Conference into the first three complaints lodged against me on 5 November, 2014.