Freedom in Australia has just taken another hit…

Welcome to Bizarro World, where geographical jurisdiction does not stop at geographical jurisdictional boundaries and where religious vilification laws are used to protect organisations that are inspired by Satanists while activists are free to hold up signs calling for churches to be burnt.

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The ACT Thought Police have shown zero interest in taking action against those who hold up signs calling for Christian churches to be burnt. But they are processing ‘religious vilification’ complaints for an organisation inspired by one of history’s most infamous Satanists…

Or, more simply, welcome to Australia where true freedom has just taken another hit.

And also know that you will not hear about any of this in the mainstream media.

The ACT Civil and Administrative Tribunal has just decided that it should be able to determine anti-vilification complaints made against people living anywhere in Australia.

That’s bad enough. But there’s more.

This decision supports a ‘religious vilification’ complaint made by a person associated with the Ordo Templi Orientis – a group which takes its inspiration from Aleister Crowley, one of last century’s most famous Satanists and the man who penned the Hymn to Lucifer.

Just for your information, the UK Telegraph ran an article in 2011 detailing evidence that linked Crowley to seven murders. It is also well documented that Crowley was a:

bisexual heroin addict [who] gained notoriety for advocating sexual promiscuity and prostitution and was dubbed ‘the wickedest man in the world’ by the Press.

Crowley’s writings advocated human sacrifice – his book Magick in Theory and Practice contained these lines:

For the highest spiritual working one must accordingly choose that victim which contains the greatest and purest force. A male child of perfect innocence and high intelligence is the most satisfactory and suitable victim…

…But the bloody sacrifice, though more dangerous, is more efficacious; and for nearly all purposes human sacrifice is the best.

These writings have been cited as an inspiration for the infamous Manson family murders by Gary Lachman, an occult historian who also played bass in his spare time for the 80s pop band Blondie.

Make of that what you will.

Now, I’m not suggesting that the Ordo Templi Orientis advocates child sacrifice or depraved sexual promiscuity.

I’m just pointing out that it is inspired by a bloke who did.

The first book on the Ordo Templi Orientis Australia website bookstore is a life of Aleister Crowley. This same website also promotes The Book of the Law – which Crowley claimed was dictated to him by an Egyptian god. His later commentary about The Book of the Law stated this:

Moreover, the Beast 666 adviseth that all children shall be accustomed from infancy to witness every type of sexual act, as also the process of birth, lest falsehood fog, and mystery stupefy, their minds, whose error else might thwart and misdirect the growth of their subconscious system of soul-symbolism.

Again, make of that what you will.

Just know that under ACT law, it is unlawful to incite revulsion of a person or a group of persons on the basis of their religious belief. So please do not feel revulsion about the fact that the Ordo Templi Orientis unashamedly promotes Aleister Crowley.

I might get in trouble. Even though I live in Queensland.

Instead, feel revulsion that the ACT Thought Police (that would be the ACT Human Rights Commission) are so far gone that they actually think the Ordo Templi Orientis is a religion.

It’s not yet against the law to be incited to feel revulsion for the Thought Police, which is a good thing, because the various Departments of Thought Police around Australia would be in trouble. They regularly incite me to feel revulsion towards them.

Unfortunately, all of this now means that if an activist living in the ACT does not like your views on marriage, or your beliefs about Islam, or your adherence to the biological reality that a male cannot be a female, you can wind up in court.

In Canberra.

And even though you may have never set foot within cooee of the place.

In short, anything you write on Facebook or Twitter or on a blog can now be policed by the ACT legal system.

It shows, once again, that promises that radically redefining marriage won’t affect freedom of religion and speech are nothing but empty lies. The Commonwealth does not own the laws which affect speech about marriage.

The states and territories do.

For those who think this sounds a lot like my current predicament with an endlessly offended homosexual activist in New South Wales and that is now before the High Court, you are kinda right and kinda wrong.

A simple man like me understands simple things: like how you need to obey the law of New South Wales when you are in New South Wales but not when you are in Queensland. During those times, you should obey Queensland law.

But the law is not for simple people.

It’s for people who like complicated arguments and that’s why this case is kinda the same but different.

My case is about the NSW Civil and Administrative Tribunal. This case is about the ACT Civil and Administrative Tribunal.

New South Wales is a state and the Australian Capital Territory is not. Hence the High Court ruling on my case may or may not have impact on what happens in Canberra. It’s pretty complicatedly simple really.

And we all know that when laws are complicated it’s much harder to know when you might not be breaking them.

The key take away is this: with the ACT Thought Police processing religious vilification cases for organisations inspired by Satanic occultists against people who live outside the ACT, one should not expect that it will be safe to express Christian views about marriage for much longer…

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. You may care to do as I have done – inform Malcolm Turnbull and George Brandis that, unless a robust set of laws are enacted to protect all our present freedoms of speech and action, before changes, if any, are made to the Marriage Act, I will not be voting for the Coalition at the next election for the first time in 50 years!

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  2. You can add you can now be sued for sharing a public link from youtube to facebook to the ridiculous things happening in the ACT….

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  3. i read your submission on 18c and have followed you work for a while, posting on facebook at every opportunity. I would like to say thanks for your efforts. The thought police in Labor and Greens are getting bolder and are openly active in state enforcement. Blasphemy laws look like being entrenched by Labor States and as you know, Drefus’s, Anne Aly and Tim Soutphommasane plan on introducing it in Canberra if they win government.
    Will you be running for the Senate again in the next election. I just wish that all the anti Islam groups would unite as one force to tackle Labor and Greens. My petition Ban Muslim Immigration ( stalled at 7200 signatures which is a bit of a worry. Everyone needs to become an activist and take up the sword. Thanks again for you work Bernard.

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    Yes in Gendertopia the beloved English children’s book and tv series has been slapped with some PC directives by Mattel. Engines Henry and Edwards will be phased out to make room for Nia (an orange African engine) and Rebecca. Or maybe Henry and Edwards will undergo a re-fit and transition to become Diversity Managers for Tidmouth Sheds.

    New instalments of the classic series will be required to conform to Communist principles – U.N. goals of sustainable development. The Thomas the Tank Engine stories (probably that should be programs) are to become vehicles for the 5 goals of : quality education, gender equality, sustainable cities, responsible production and consumption and life on the land.

    It doesn’t matter how many Gender Theorists from Screw U that Mattel employs to write new programs for what is now a franchise – these ‘stories’ will be about as interesting as two planks and a bag of rocks.

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  5. As far as I can see ..there is only ONE solution. WE must break the LIB / LAB con game…only One Nation.

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  6. Isn’t amazing how those that scream “unAustralian” the loudest, are those that seem to seek the destruction of everything that made our young nation so great to begin with?

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  7. Might as well be living in Communist China – on reading article and comments….the so called Aussie Way is fiction….recall how a fellow in drag could haul an Archbishop of the Catholic Church before a so-called “Human Rights” Commission in Tasmania – for teaching the Catholic value of the Sacrament of Marriage to the people of his diocese. That is Australia today apparently….

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  8. Bernard , could you Or someone explain how this is legally possible .? and how Christian religion can be vilified, as such without consequence ?

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    • It’s simple: we have elected governments that have put in ‘laws’ that allow this.

      All Australians need to understand that anti-discrimination law is not well-intentioned but misguided law that has had some unintended consequences that can be rectified.

      These laws, from the very beginning, have had only one purpose: to undermine and eventually subjugate and destroy Christian teaching, thought and expression. That is exactly what they are doing…

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      • I love what you write. Re Crowley, Satanist, the connection is also with Masonry, The Templars, the Secret Societies, Rosicrucians, and all other Satanists, of whom communism and Bolshevism play the a part as belonging to the Cabal ruling our world. Maybe the demise of some is on the way. Russia is a leading example of the freedom it has gained from Satanists, Communists and has become in a sense, a Christian nation in that Putin as leader, has built thousands of Russian Orthodox Churches. Many Americans are migrating and he has offered to receive 1,000,000 to be given free land in the East – so we read.

  9. Until you have experienced the weird world of Australian law it is very hard for lay folk to understand that ,in Australia, there is no such thing as civil liberties. I discovered this to my own surprise when i found in 2000 I had been accused of some pretty serious crimes. I had been found guilty and the black mark of a known felon put against my name .But… I have never been interviewed by any crime fighting organisation in my life , I had never appeared before a court on any charges relating to the accusation. But three witnesses swore that I had committed these crimes. i have no idea who they are . i have no idea (only roughly as I was to find later) of the details of these crimes. I was not asked to explain and was found guilty, not by a court of law where the witnesses could be cross examined but by Bureaucrats within the Australian government structure. How did i discover this? .Quite by accident , a bureaucrat telephoned me, thinking I was one of the witnesses and read out very brief details of the accusations against me. I attempted over a period of two years ,until i was broken financially , to obtain access to the documents outlining my crime. I subpoenaed a government minister, and found myself against a known activist judge who was reading the documents and a team of government supplied barristers who were also reading the document. At no time was I allowed to read or even touch the documents. I demanded at that point to have the documents sealed as the judge was obviously making his mind up before I could put my case to the court. I think, later after reading his summary of the debacle he knew he had acted wrongly but i had ceased all actions by this point as i was looking at paying each of the barristers costs , I dont recall how many were on the opposite side but they filled a bench and the seats behind them. It was like a feeding time at the trough. So Mr Gaynor has my utmost respect but i fear th4 laws will be rewritten to hammer him and prevent real justice from prevailing, only political opinion.

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    • I do not intend to devalue what has been written here in any way and have no doubt about what was described, but this and more is exactly what has been happening in the family court over the past 3 to 4 decades. Despite its lofty mandate of acting “in the best interests of children” there is always one party that is assumed to be guilty.

      Countless complaints and inquiries and tweaking of the law over the years have made no difference – the family court is much worse today than it has ever been. The aim however, has never changed and the outcome parallels that of Ron’s experience – the absolute erosion of what little rights we have in this country.

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  10. Ok, the world has finally gone mad & the law won’t protect me & my family anymore. I can either emigrate to the USA or I can get a gun licence & arm myself to the teeth & buy a property out west to protect myself.

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  11. The LBGTQI+ activists who are calling for the churches to be burnt seem to think that it is the Christian religion which calls for the deaths of noncis-normative individuals. Of course in the land of the young and free, one would not dare to criticise the religion of peace, but it is in fact Sharia law which calls for application of the death penalty for homosexuals and that in somewhat gruesome manner. The Australian Imams are on public record on these very points.

    Saudi Arabia would seem to be the mecca for those who want to see public executions of homosexuals, blasphemers, adulterers, apostates and thought criminals.

    But, of course, the LBGTQI+ activists know this. It is the Church they hate – not the mosque. And I do not look for the religious vilification laws to apply to them anytime soon. If a priest or a minister, however, were to merely affirm the (at present) legal or traditional view of marriage as the Christian view, I am sure he find himself in for a long process before the tribunal.

    It is hard to imagine the OTO as a victim of vilification in any set of circumstances. I can not imagine it would need assistance from the PC police to look after its interests. No bookstore in Australia would stock the most well-known and researched book on them or even order it on request: Blood on the Altar by Craig Heimbichner. I think they are quite safe.

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  12. Isn’t ACT a territory? They cannot make law against religion as the territory is subjected to the Constitution of Australia! However, any legislation passed by ACT will ultimately be wiped out either by an act of Federal Parliament or by High Court!

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    • Sorry but I have news for you… the states pass whatever laws they feel like passing irrespective of the Australian Constitution.
      For example I demanded for a trial to proceed the Queensland Police present to the court evidence of Proclamation to prove the Transport Act is actually a law (ALL acts passed anywhere in Australia MUST be proclaimed to be valid).
      Police could not produce it because it does NOT exist!

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  13. We need mass protests to eve this or it will end us

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  14. It hasnt taken long for these vile people to strip away our traditions and our way of life, we have to get them out of parliament.

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