We’ve just given the barbarians control

Australia has just voted for this:

Burn churches

The barbarians have been given the keys to the nation.

Australia will come to rue this day.

It is telling that in just the last 24 hours the Prime Minister and a host of others have explicitly ruled out laws that will allow people to express the view that marriage is a union between a man and a woman.

The implication is clear: those who hold this view will not be able to express it in the near future.

This website and others will soon face the prospect of being unlawful.

I confidently predict that in my lifetime Christians will be jailed for holding Christian belief. I can also confidently predict that it won’t be the bishops. With few exceptions, we heard more from them about cutbacks to government funding for private schools than we did about marriage. Collectively, this lot have put money before morality.

They’ve lost the latter and it’s only a matter of time before they’ll lose the former unless they sign up to the church of the state. In the process, the catechism of the Catholic Church will be outlawed in this nation.

The persecution of Christian thought has been ongoing for sometime. However, the real pain is just about to begin.

But fight on we must.

We must do it to protect what little we have left for our children. More importantly, we must face seemingly insurmountable odds to provide an example of courage for our children.

They are going to face enormous difficulties. How can we possibly expect them to stand tall and fight hard in their hour of tremendous persecution if we could not do it ourselves in relatively benign circumstances?

So fight on we will.

The next legal battle will be on 5 and 6 December. The High Court will decide if one state’s anti-discrimination laws can be used against residents living in another state entirely.

We are only here because the highest profile anti-free speech activist in New South Wales complained about a post I wrote in Queensland condemning naked homosexual men who exposed themselves to children at the Toronto ‘Gay Pride’ Parade.

The New South Wales Anti-Discrimination Board decided that this complaint had merit. And every state except South Australia is supporting the case. It shows how far we’ve fallen already. It shows where we’re headed too.

I have been advised that I need upwards of $50,000 to cover the legal fees for this hearing. If you can chip in it would be most gratefully accepted. It will be an investment in your children’s future.

And you might pray for a miracle. We surely need one…

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. There is a lighter side to the barbarians – especially in the politics of gender fluid, trans-racial ‘I am who I feel I am’ loony tunes. Paul Joseph Watson has done a great mash-up –

    Transracial weirdo claims he is a Filipino woman

    In mundo bizzaro, the bizarro will control the mundo when the Filipinos have to treat this nutter like he is another Filipino and when the rest of society dare not ‘mis-gender’ him or get his ethnic identity wrong for fear of a complaint to a Committee of Public Safety. I mean : anti discrimination tribunal.

    As a potential offendee he has all the rights and the rest of us have all the wrongs. Don’t miss the (((psychologist)))at 52secs. When the roast is finally served on some poor racist, homophobic offender, it will definitely be au jus, I would say.

    In terms of the Culture Wars of the Political Elite against the host nation, the enablement and enforcement of mundobizarro is straight up psychological warfare.

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  2. Homosexual marriage is outlawed in Israel.

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  3. Here we go.

    The British govmint has ordered Holy Ghost Primary School to remove the terms ‘father’ and ‘mother’ from their forms and official discourse lest they offend.

    The Bishop’s Education Service (always accommodating to PC douchebaggery of the Communist Agenda) is now drafting a new lexicon of ‘catholicspeak’ for London’s Catholic schools. The new forms will only use catholicspeak that is appropriate for permenantly offended racial/religious sensibilities and every tier of the official victim hierarchy.

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  4. I was in the West End last night for the “Yes” Victory celebrations. The Vote ‘Yes’ for Marriage Equality rainbow posters still up in the shop windows. A lot of gay couples walking around with their hands in each others pockets – kissing and pashing (pretty much like they were last month). Nobody harassed them then. Nobody harassed them after the ‘Yes’ vote had carried.

    Many young Islamic couples (a man and I assume a woman under the wrappings) all with baby in the pram, a toddler in tow and pre-school child helping with the toddler. This time next year it will be a man with two or more women under wraps – let’s say all three women with a baby in the pram, a toddler in tow and a pre-school child.

    Do the math Australia.

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  5. Today it was made fact that in Australia if you bully, harass, intimidate and threaten enough you can get what you want and with Turnbulls blessing. Make no mistake Australia is going to hell in a handbag.

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  6. Those idiots who abstained are largely to blame. An ancient philosopher once said that those who are too smart to participate in politics are punished by being ruled by those who are dumber.

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  7. I’ve posted your story on Gab.ai the Free Speech platform. I hope it helps in some small way.

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  8. The LGBTQI crowd can vandalise, make threats, bomb, assault their opponents with impunity…..Ok, well then how much more persecution will Australians take before some nutter responds in kind ????

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    • yes..I can see schools being torched and major civil disobedience..once the legal noose of progressive law tightens we will find a new extremism in our midst.

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  9. Yes it certainly is a worry, especially for our younger generation who will not grow up the way we did (I am 73). I am also outspoken because I feel at my age ‘they’ cannot hurt me and if they kill me well I am off to Heaven (hopefully). I have been trying to spread the word about the dangers of the Safety in Schools programme and the harm it does. I cannot believe so many people, including teachers were unaware of it. Look what has happened oversea when the YES vote came in and the safe schools later followed, despite assurances that it would not. I wish my family could move to another country now. I live in a country town and most people here still speak their mind and are mainly Christian. Let me know what else I can do. The YES mob certainly were portrayed as radical and violent prior to this vote and I really did not think they would win. Gay people I spoke to were going to vote NO.

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    • Likewise. I am 63 and I insist on speaking up for my son. And the children his age who need us to stand strong for them.

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    • Annette i do worry about yr remark that you are off to geaven (hopefully), its very easy to know. if your sin is forgiven and under the blood of jesus because you have accepted Him as Lord and master of yr life and you continue to walk in His ways through the Word, then you like me will be off to heaven at death. Be sure love its too late when you pass God Bless.

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    • “….I am off to Heaven (hopefully)”. What kind of hope are you talking about here Annette? Biblical hope or wishful hope based on works?

      Because biblical hope is a reality and not a feeling. Biblical hope carries no doubt. Biblical hope is a sure foundation upon which we base our lives, believing that God always keeps His promises. Hope or confident assurance can be ours when we trust the words, “He who believes on Me has everlasting life” (John 6:47, NKJV).

      One of the verses in which we find the word hope is Hebrews 11:1. “Now faith is being sure of what we hope for and certain of what we do not see.”

      Are you justified by faith or by works?

      The word justified means “pronounced or treated as righteous.” For a Christian, justification is the act of God not only forgiving the believer’s sins but imputing to him the righteousness of Christ. The Bible states in several places that justification only comes through faith (e.g., Romans 5:1; Galatians 3:24). Justification is not earned through our own works; rather, we are covered by the righteousness of Jesus Christ (Ephesians 2:8; Titus 3:5). The Christian, being declared righteous, is thus freed from the guilt of sin.

      The teaching of justification by faith is what separates biblical Christianity from all other belief systems. In every religion, and in some branches of what is called “Christianity,” man is working his way to God. Only in true, biblical Christianity is man saved as a result of grace through faith. Only when we get back to the Bible do we see that justification is by faith, apart from works.

      We are living in uncertain and worrying times Annette. However, take heart from 1 Peter 12-14 which says:

      “My dear friends, do not be surprised at the painful test you are suffering, as though something unusual were happening to you. Rather be glad that you are sharing Christ’s sufferings, so that you may be full of joy when his glory is revealed. Happy are you if you are insulted because you are Christ’s followers; this means that the glorious Spirit, the Spirit of God, is resting on you”.

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