Gaying the Army
Nov27

Gaying the Army

It’s embarrassing. It’s divisive. It’s a disgrace. And it’s a complete waste of your tax dollars. The Department of Defence has today shown exactly how hypocritical it is. On the one hand it’s complaining that it doesn’t get its hands on enough of the taxpayer dollar. And on the other, it’s producing rainbow-encrusted cuff-links for homosexual soldiers. And they are issued free of charge, even though they are not part of any uniform...

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Gay marriage: sexist, perverse and a cheap imitation
Nov14

Gay marriage: sexist, perverse and a cheap imitation

If you were hoping for a rational debate about homosexual marriage when the High Court sits next month, then you are going to be sorely disappointed. That’s because the rainbow wig-wearers will be arguing for the ACT’s new-fangled marriage equality laws by stating that homosexual marriage is not marriage at all. It’s a bizarre position that could only be held by radicals, who see marriage as a means, rather than an end. If the ACT’s...

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ANZ sponsors the Mardi Gras
Nov13

ANZ sponsors the Mardi Gras

The ANZ Bank proudly sponsors the Mardi Gras. That might not surprise you. But this probably will. After the ANZ Bank was informed that children were blatantly exposed to sexually explicit behaviour at the Mardi Gras, it came out with a rather strange statement on Twitter. It said that it supported diversity and inclusion. It’s enough to give you the heebie-jeebies. Who is running that bank? Why does it think it is ok to sponsor...

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More illogical gems from the gay marriage crowd
Nov06

More illogical gems from the gay marriage crowd

I wrote recently about the lack of logic possessed by those who support homosexual marriage and was accused of ranting. I was surprised at the response, but I should not have been. Accusations of ‘ranting’ are no substitute for detailed debate, but they do substitute as arguments for those who are unable to articulately defend a position. And, as anyone who has dared stick their head above the parapet to defend marriage will know, the...

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Homosexual marriage is just the beginning…
Oct25

Homosexual marriage is just the beginning…

If I said that it was wrong to re-marry (which it is), I wouldn’t be charged with any PC offences. I could serve in the military. I could run for government office. No one would really take any notice. I would just be another guy who thinks that committing until ‘death do us part’ actually means something. And those who disagree would just disagree and get on with their lives. No one would ever consider that such a...

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Arguing with pro-gay marriage people is arguing with stupidity*
Oct23

Arguing with pro-gay marriage people is arguing with stupidity*

There is nothing more frustrating than trying to reason with someone who supports homosexual marriage. You can’t reason with someone who supports something that is so unreasonable that the only logical explanation for their support of it is that they have lost all concept of reason and logic. The arguments of those who think that the government should send marriage certificates to those who engage in sodomy are based on idiotic...

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Homosexuality leads to Hell
Oct22

Homosexuality leads to Hell

I, for one, don’t get much joy from writing about homosexuality. I’d much prefer to do battle against something a little less debased. Like divorce for instance. But for whatever reason, God has put us in a time when the public battle against divorce has been lost (for now) and our lives are shaped by the consequences of that. What I mean by that is this: if divorce was not such a mundane affair, and if marriage really was...

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Sued by Gary Burns
Oct22

Sued by Gary Burns

Gary Burns is apparently suing me for a recent article I wrote that highlighted the paedophilic links in the title of a South Australian homosexual magazine, Blaze, and for suggesting that it’s not appropriate that children attend the Mardi Gras. It also made some comments about the unfortunate side-effects of Gary’s campaign to target politicians who express concerns about paedophiles using anti-discrimination laws to gain rights and...

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Statement regarding legal action from homosexual activist, Gary Burns
Oct22

Statement regarding legal action from homosexual activist, Gary Burns

Homosexual activist, Gary Burns, has threatened to sue me for this post. I released this press release a short time ago in response. Bernard Gaynor rejects claims from the homosexual activist, Gary Burns, that he is inciting hatred and serious contempt of the homosexual community by highlighting the exposure of children to sexually-explicit activity at the Sydney Mardi Gras and for pointing out that a homosexual publication has the...

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Gay decision protects paedophilia
Oct17

Gay decision protects paedophilia

In what must be an unwanted first in Australian history, the New South Wales Administrative Decisions Tribunal has ordered a political candidate, Tess Corbett, to publish an apology in the Sydney Morning Herald because of her comments opposing paedophilia. Yes. That’s right. Tess spoke out against paedophilia. And now some judicial body has ordered her to apologise. And in another bizarre twist, this candidate was from Victoria. The...

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