Appearance on Mark Latham’s Outsiders

I was a guest on Mark Latham’s Outsiders earlier this week speaking about the dangerous PC push inside the Australian Defence Force.

This now includes advertisements for ‘devout Muslims’. As I told Mark, this is dangerous and I am concerned that it will see Australian Defence members harmed.

Not overseas. But here. At home.

You can watch the full show below (I speak with Mark from about the 28 minute mark):

The Daily Mail has also covered the interview, writing:

A former Iraq war veteran says a push to recruit devout Muslims could see Australian soldiers killed on defence bases.

It comes as the Australian Navy encourages Muslims to join its ranks with an advertisement featuring an Islamic submariner called Nicholas.

Bernard Gaynor, a former intelligence captain based in Iraq, said the army’s politically correct affirmative action policy was a potential recipe for tragedy.

‘This politically-correct push for Islamic recruitment is very dangerous and I’m concerned that we will see Australian soldiers die at home through this push,’ he told media commentator Mark Latham.

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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  1. islam follows its own agenda can become Australian citizens but puts islam and what it stands for first

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  2. Have to agree. When Serving (in NZ) we always knew the Enemy were “out there” somewhere in front. It appears that today’s Defense Force Soldier (Sailor or Airman) will have to seriously consider and take into account the fact that the fellows on either side of, and behind him or her, could now also be the Enemy. I do nor envy him or her.

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