Dying in Syria is the best thing Caner Temel ever did for Australia
Mar19

Dying in Syria is the best thing Caner Temel ever did for Australia

Sometimes timing is everything. Ten days ago I warned that the Australian Defence Force was playing with fire by deliberately seeking to recruit Muslims. My speech at the International Symposium on Liberty & Islam can be found here. And now, right on cue, it’s been revealed that an Australian soldier has died in Syria while fighting for al Qaeda. But I’m not talking about that timing. Blind Freddy could see this coming a mile...

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Criticising Islam, gays sets army major up for a fall
Mar17

Criticising Islam, gays sets army major up for a fall

Sydney Morning Herald columnist, Paul Sheehan, interviewed me last weekend at the Q Society’s International Symposium on Liberty & Islam. Today he writes about my speech regarding the ADF’s approach to religion, particularly Islam, and the fact that it holds the religious belief of our enemies in higher regard than the Christian faith held by most soldiers and Australians. The full text of my speech can be found here....

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The Australian Defence Force & Islam
Mar10

The Australian Defence Force & Islam

On Sunday, 9 March 2014, I was given the opportunity present at the First International Symposium on Liberty and Islam in Australia. This was a great conference and the Q Society deserves credit for the work put in to organising a very professional event. Below is the full text of my speech. ***** Thank you. First up I would like to thank the Q-Society for organising this important event. It has been fantastic to meet with so many...

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First International Symposium on Liberty & Islam in Australia
Mar10

First International Symposium on Liberty & Islam in Australia

For those not aware, the First International Symposium on Liberty & Islam in Australia was held over the weekend in Melbourne. It was a great event and I am very thankful for the Q Society for organising it and providing me with an opportunity to speak. I thoroughly enjoyed the main event on Sunday – there was a great line-up of presentations and you can read the full text of my presentation on the Australian Defence Force...

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What do Vietnam Veterans think about the desecration of the Australian Army uniform at the Gay Mardi Gras?
Feb27

What do Vietnam Veterans think about the desecration of the Australian Army uniform at the Gay Mardi Gras?

The Australian Army Training Team – Vietnam was the most highly decorated Australian unit in that war. It fought some hard battles and was filled with hard men. One of them was Ian Felton. He served 20 years as a soldier in the Australian Army, rising through the ranks to become one of its senior soldiers – a Warrant Officer Class 2. Ian has recently written to the Chief of the Australian Defence Force to express his...

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Why Islam must push its presence into Bendigo
Feb27

Why Islam must push its presence into Bendigo

As readers may be aware, there are plans to build a giant mosque in the regional Victorian city of Bendigo. Melodious Ocean is the name of a new blog site that covers Islamic affairs in Australia and I am very grateful to republish this piece today. It explains why Islam wants Bendigo: it’s all about domination over everyone else. In this case, domination of Australia’s Buddhist community. Please note that I do not publish...

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Stop the boats? It’s working swimmingly!
Feb18

Stop the boats? It’s working swimmingly!

Tony Abbott’s policy of stopping the boats is going swimmingly. And the Left hates it. They would prefer for Australia’s government to completely neglect its responsibility to protect our borders. Instead, under the deceitful claim of compassion, the Left would welcome in those who seek to destroy our nation. They are living in a land of fantasy, fuelled by negative emotion. It starts with self-loathing. The Left hate themselves. Then...

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Press Release: Defence to terminate commission of Christian officer

The Chief of Defence Force has written to me that he intends to terminate my commission in the Army Reserve. I have been given until 5 February, 2014, to respond. I issued the following press release a short time ago. ***** Defence: Christian officer to have commission terminated   Bernard Gaynor faces termination of his Army Commission for objecting to Defence support of lewd, public displays of sexual behaviour and insults against...

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1788: A dirty word
Jan23

1788: A dirty word

1788 has become a dirty word. So in the lead up to Australia Day, T-shirts emblazoned with those four little numbers have been pulled from shops and outlets all over this nation. It doesn’t matter that they signify the year in which the tiny settlement that eventually became Australia was established. It’s an embarrassing disgrace. Big W and Aldi should hang their corporate heads in shame for this stupid display of political...

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Levelling Australia or levelling the playing field?
Dec12

Levelling Australia or levelling the playing field?

Australia needs a car industry. Without the ability to make vehicles, our entire nation’s dying manufacturing base will take a massive hit. Manufacturing produces wealth and it produces jobs. Knowledge does not. It is simply nothing more than a big myth that you can have a knowledge-based economy. It rests on a faulty assumption: that we know more than other people and are more intelligent. And it runs on a big lie: that information...

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