Thanking Michael Smith

Last week Michael Smith published some very kind words about me and the win in the High Court. He did this without my knowledge or prompting.

I’d like to thank him publicly for that.

This is part of what he had to say:

God only knows how Bernard Gaynor keeps on keeping on – quite literally!

Bernard has been tied up with constant court battles for years, all because he speaks his mind about his Christian beliefs.

It’s cost him his job in the Army.

It’s cost him hundreds of thousands of dollars.

And there’s no measure for the personal and emotional costs that Bernard and his beautiful family have been forced to pay.

Yesterday Bernard had a significant win – on behalf of us all.

The Full Bench of the High Court ruled that serial complainant Gary Burns couldn’t “tribunal shop”, or use a NSW anti-discrimination agency against a person (Bernard) in another state.

The ruling clips the wings of the speech police a little – and for that we all owe Bernard a vote of thanks.

I’d also like to return the thanks.

Michael has had his own battles as a result of speaking the truth about Islam.

And he has also been leading the fight on an important issue that I have not been covering – the Julia Gillard/AWU scandal.

He does this with the support of those who read his webpage.

If you haven’t visited it, I suggest that you do – LINK HERE.

And if you can help him out, please do.

Independent media is vitally important – especially when the mainstream media is not interested in covering issues that need attention.

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. Michael Smith was one of the best presenters on 4BC. I can’t believe he was treated that way. But as we are seeing with Israel Folau, good is being called evil and evil good.

    The All-Blacks are piling on to Israel now and criticizing him. I guess there are more of them worried about their position in the team than truth. I wonder what Michael Jones would have thought? All it does for me is take some of the gloss of what is the greatest Rugby team, the opposite of what I believe has happened to Israel Folau.

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