18C inquiry

The government has announced an inquiry in 18C and freedom of speech in Australia. Now is your chance to be heard. Submissions must be lodged by 9 December, 2016.

– To lodge a submission, click here.
– To read my submission, click here or on its front cover below.

submission-coverIf you don’t have time to lodge a submission, please sign mine. The more who do, the more weight it will have.

It’s easy to do. Simply fill in the form below and I’ll add your initials and suburb to my comprehensive submission.

We all want to see the ‘anti-discrimination industry’ go. It is not stopping real racial hatred such as calls for jihad against Jews and ordinary Australians. However, it is tying university students and conservative commentators up in years of costly legal proceedings.

This inquiry is a good start and it is vital that you make yourself heard if you are concerned about taxpayer-funded Thought Police touting for complaints against ordinary Australians. It will only take 30 seconds to sign my submission.

It makes three key recommendations:

  1. Abolish the Australian Human Rights Commission.
  2. Repeal S.18C and S.18D of the Racial Discrimination Act 1975 (Cth).
  3. Enforce existing criminal laws prohibiting incitement to violence.

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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