Taking the ‘Thought Police’ to court

Yesterday the NSW Local Court and Garry Burns were put on notice: steps are underway to enforce the rulings of the High Court and NSW Court of Appeal on the President of the NSW Anti-Discrimination Board, NSW Civil and Administrative Tribunal and the NSW Local Court.

I have commenced preparations seeking orders in the NSW Supreme Court prohibiting the continuation of any of Garry Burns’ complaints against me.

Garry Burns protested that this was a ‘delaying tactic’, that I had only won in the High Court on a ‘technicality’ and that he wanted his day in court after an ‘arduous’ process.

The truth is that the anti-discrimination apparatus in NSW has given the finger to the rule of law, unanimous victories in the Court of Appeal and High Court that the process used against me is unconstitutional is not a ‘technicality’ and Burns has had more days in courts than pretty much anyone in this nation.

And if Burns thinks the process has been ‘arduous’ for him, then I’m entitled to claim that it’s also been more than bothersome for me too.

I can understand why many of you think that I should be ‘suing’ Burns. However, this sentiment misses the point: Burns is a problem but he is not ‘the’ problem: the system itself must be addressed.

My action in the NSW Supreme Court will be taken against those in positions of authority who are allowing this abuse to continue and who should never have allowed it in the first place. If the ‘Thought Police’ are not held to account, they will simply ensure that Burns is replaced with someone else.

Burns is nothing more than a lowly soldier. The real enemy are those in command who are enabling and protecting him. They must be the targets.

I will keep you updated as this process unfolds.

I would also like to make some other points about Garry Burns.

I do not hate this man, although his actions are unconscionable and in justice they must be addressed.

I pray for him every day.

While there is life, there is hope. Burns still has a great potential to do a great good: given his actions he has an opportunity to rectify great wrongs. I can only hope that he does.

Garry Burns complained after yesterday’s hearings that he had been subjected to death threats. In my experience, Burns’ views and reality are often at odds. More than likely, he is just discovering that in this battle there is no pot of gold at the end of the rainbow and is having some difficulty processing that or the fact that he is facing public scrutiny for the first time.

I am aware that many of you who have commented on my Facebook page or shared its posts have been ‘trolled’ by Burns. He is looking to intimidate and cause trouble. My advice is not to engage with him.

It is extremely hypocritical that someone who has encouraged others to assault me at tribunal hearings, who has called for me to be flogged in Martin Place and who is prepared to write this would complain about ‘death threats’:

Garry Burns

However, while I have trouble believing Burns’ claims, I also know that even hypocrites do not deserve to have their safety threatened.

If you are engaged by Burns please keep it classy. We do not need to stoop to his levels. And we can win this with dignity, patience and by maintaining civility and the rule of law.

I once again thank you for your support and generosity. It is greatly encouraging – with a special thanks to the lovely lady who travelled to the Local Court yesterday to stand by my side!

Kind regards,

Bernard Gaynor

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. I would hardly refer to the Australian Constitution as a “technicality”, as Burns does

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  2. nothing but a sham and kangaroo court that should be closed down

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  3. All the very best!! I’ll be praying.

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  4. I think the ADB and NCAT members should answer a survey from the plebs on their PC bona fides.

    On a scale of 1-10, how would you rate your members for Cultural Diversity. Do your members reflect the communities they serve e.g. NSW demographic?

    With regard to Victim Status minorities: did you respect Muslim prayer times and teachings on homosexuality, the Kaffir, Dar al-Harb, Jihad?

    What is your Gender Balance. This includes both the expression of individual gender identity and fluidity among members.

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  5. May God bless you Bernard, keeping you strong and focused,giving you the vision to go forward in Gods grace.Praying!!

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  6. Praying for you and that God’s truth be revealed and up held

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  7. Good on you. Keep going. You will be exonerated.

    I note the truth is now catching up with David Red-Shoes Morrison

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  8. I completely agree that the Thought Police and Our Betters who run the PC Apparatus must be held to account for subverting the rule of law in this country and holding the Constitution and the High Court in contempt. They must not be allowed to palm off their crimes on Garry who they callously permitted to function as a widget and instigator of the shameless process they conducted.

    For these people, I am glad to read that the wooden spoon will be firmly brandished.

    Our Betters must not be allowed to fall on their swords; they must be made to pay and face the pain of public scrutiny and the shower of thongs, beer cans and unmentionables. They must be made to suffer the primitive displays and rude shout-outs from the plebs on social media. I want to see them writhe in face of Twitter opprobrium.

    For their sins, the Fake-NN will probably have to report poor Garry’s story and allow him to again play the Victim card for the Offended Brigades, the Greens, the ‘fat is a feminist issue’ feminists and the soy boyz. Boo-hoo. I am tearing up already. I might even send my hankie down to the ADB.

    That said, all in all, Garry is a trooper committed to the Long March Through the Institutions. A little time down at the stables brushing his unicorn and I am sure he will be ready to ride forth on behalf of the next LBGTwhatever offensive.

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  9. fight the way he fights mate , Then he’ll understand better, when he’s(as he will be ) defeated

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    • Best of luck Bernard. I am with you all the way.

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