Lifesite news:
Sep22

Lifesite news:

I’d like to thank Lifesite news for their interest and for covering my story recently. I recommend that readers visit their website. It is focused on protecting family and life and Lifesite news does a great job of that. The article by Lifesite news starts with: An Australian soldier who has served three tours of duty in Iraq and who is a Catholic father of six was thrown out of the army by top brass in July for his public...

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Andrew Broad’s courage & Stuart Robert’s homophobia
Jul24

Andrew Broad’s courage & Stuart Robert’s homophobia

Courage should be applauded. Especially when it comes from a politician. And there is no doubt about it. The Federal Member for Mallee, Andrew Broad, is a man of courage. Mr Broad has not only been brave enough to oppose uniformed military involvement in the Sydney Gay and Lesbian Mardi Gras, he has put his opposition in writing. In doing so, he’s pulled no punches, acknowledging in black and white text that he disagrees with the...

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Anti-Catholic bias in the ADF

I was grateful for the opportunity to speak with Christine Nile a few weeks ago. Christine hosts the American-based program Forward Boldly, and you can listen to our 30 minute interview regarding the ADF’s decision to terminate my commission and march in the Sydney Gay and Lesbian Mardi Gras by clicking the link...

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Press release: Defence terminates Major Bernard Gaynor
Jul10

Press release: Defence terminates Major Bernard Gaynor

I issued the following press release a short time ago, following General David Hurley’s decision to terminate my commission as a reserve officer in the Australian Army. ***** On his last day as Chief of the Defence Force, General David Hurley signed a document terminating the commission of Army Reserve major, Bernard Gaynor. The decision will take effect by Monday. Mr Gaynor came under the fire of Defence hierarchy after...

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Getting history wrong, even as it’s brought to light
Jun27

Getting history wrong, even as it’s brought to light

The Defence LGBTI Information Service (DEFGLIS) has partnered with the Australian Catholic University, University of Melbourne and Macquarie University to “highlight the contributions made by LGBTI people who have served in Australia’s Army, Navy and Air Force.” Whoa! The Australian Catholic University? That’s a serious problem right there. The Australian Catholic University might be Catholic in name, and it might seek to be the...

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Defence drops gay political lobby from its webpages

I have been very busy over the last few weeks travelling to give a number of presentations and dealing with some legal issues: I have been forced to defend myself against allegations that reporting indecent exposure by homosexuals to children is hate speech. The good news is that Defence has removed all links to DEFGLIS from its webpages. This is a significant victory. There was an attempt last week to downplay this victory, but do...

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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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Defence: FOI documents reveal Defence ‘comfortable’ supporting political activity, Christian vilification at Mardi Gras
Feb25

Defence: FOI documents reveal Defence ‘comfortable’ supporting political activity, Christian vilification at Mardi Gras

Documents obtained via Freedom of Information reveal that senior officers believe Defence is now ‘comfortable’ being seen to support political activity for homosexual marriage and that it is acceptable to vilify Christianity but not other religions, specifically Islam. These beliefs were based on the decision by the Chief of Defence Force, General David Hurley, to allow uniformed participation in the Sydney Gay and Lesbian Mardi Gras....

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Statement: Defence support of sexually-explicit activity in front of children
Feb24

Statement: Defence support of sexually-explicit activity in front of children

This morning I addressed the media at the Shrine of Remembrance at ANZAC Square, Brisbane. This is the statement that I made. Last year, the Chief of Army, General David Morrison, famously said that the standard you walk past is the standard you set. He also said that he would be ruthless in removing members who failed to live up to the Army’s new value of respect. They are fine words, but they are worthless if they remain words only....

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Defence to march down Oxford Street again in 2014

The Australian Defence Force has announced it will once again support the Mardi Gras and march with self-described sexual perverts down Oxford Street. The official release is attached below: Apparently, the ADF views the Mardi Gras as a cultural event worthy of its support, even though it includes: blatant denigration of Christianity attacks on the elected leaders of this country, who supposedly exercise lawful control over the...

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