Into battle, backup required
Jan30

Into battle, backup required

I have not written much lately. It’s not by choice. It’s a direct result of legal terrorism that has been unleashed by the High Commissar of Australia’s Thought Police, Gary Burns. He complains that I incite others to hate him. I disagree. I think he does that all by himself. Anyway, he’s lodged so many complaints against me with the New South Wales Anti-Discrimination Board that I can’t keep up. I know of 13 confirmed complaints, but...

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A month of insanity
Aug28

A month of insanity

What a month. It has just been absurd and insane. And I’m not talking about the printing, signing, preparing, filing and posting of thousands of documents for my legal action against the Chief of Defence Force that has taken up an enormous chunk of time. Nor am I referring to the constant battle against the stream of complaints from a single homosexual activist in Sydney that keep finding their way to my Queensland address from the...

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Why I will never move to England
May14

Why I will never move to England

This post is dedicated to all those poor sods who are still labouring away under dreary clouds in the fast-fading remnants of what used to be the Great British Empire. Please pass on my thanks to your forebears for their civilisation. The glorious remains of quaint things like rule of law, courtesy, privacy and steadfast duty in the face of responsibility still occasionally rise to the surface in Australia. Who knows? They may even...

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NSW Tribunal reserves decision in Tess Corbett case
May08

NSW Tribunal reserves decision in Tess Corbett case

The New South Wales Civil and Administrative Decisions Tribunal held a hearing last week to determine whether Tess Corbett could appeal an order that she apologise to the homosexual activist and serial litigant, Gary Burns, and in writing in the Sydney Morning Herald. The Tribunal has reserved its decision, which means that we won’t know if the appeal can proceed for some time. This news report of the hearing highlights what is at...

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The truth trumps feel-good laws
Apr04

The truth trumps feel-good laws

There has been all sorts of utter stupidity uttered since the proposed amendments to the Racial Discrimination Act were outlined. First, Australia’s Attorney General, George “Own Goal” Brandis, thundered in the Senate that people have a right to be a bigot, even as he introduced amendments that aim to improve debate. I’ve often wondered what side George Brandis is on, but it increasingly appears that it’s not mine. Brandis is...

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Menzies House: What next? Order of the Rainbow Fart?
Jan31

Menzies House: What next? Order of the Rainbow Fart?

Does The Homosexual/Lesbian Minority Now Dictate The Terms In The ADF? During the recent headlines about questionable conduct of ADF personnel I made comment that since the mid to late 60’s the three defence forces have seen a deterioration of standards, discipline and general conduct brought about by pressure from minority activists, political correctness, and blatant stupidity by politicians and senior command of what is now...

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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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Abbott: ticking the controversial boxes early
Nov15

Abbott: ticking the controversial boxes early

Today, Online Opinion has published a piece I have written regarding the Abbott government’s early approach to controversial issues. In a nutshell, the new Prime Minister is doing as much as he needs to do, not as much as he should do. In the absence of any credible political threat on the right, all the Liberal & National parties need to do to keep faith with conservative voters is be less ‘progressive’ than...

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