Online Opinion: The rainbow, the cross & the crescent clash in the ADF
Jan31

Online Opinion: The rainbow, the cross & the crescent clash in the ADF

The Australian Defence Force (ADF) has tackled determined opponents over the past 15 years in Timor, Iraq and Afghanistan. While weary, it is now battle-hardened and enjoys strong public support. However, these achievements are at risk from a more insidious threat: political correctness. If defeated, the ADF will be weakened morally and mentally and lose the support of ordinary Australians. Australia cannot afford this. Global...

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Quadrant Online: Overrun by the Rainbow Brigade
Jan31

Quadrant Online: Overrun by the Rainbow Brigade

In what may come as a surprise, the Australian Defence Force (ADF) is now prohibiting Christian soldiers from practising their faith, even when not in uniform or on duty. It was certainly a surprise to me — not so much because I have served this nation while being a practising Catholic for more than 16 years, but because it was written in black and white in a letter from the Chief of Defence Force (CDF), General David Hurley. It was...

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Catholic imedia: Army scandal starts at the top
Jan31

Catholic imedia: Army scandal starts at the top

Chief of the Army LTGEN David Morrison and his deputy, MAJGEN Angus Campbell, are a fine brace of hypocrites. The latest Army sexual abuse scandal is proof of that, emerging while they are busy drumming out a decent and moral Catholic, the intelligence officer and Iran/Afghanistan veteran, Major Bernard Gaynor, who dared to criticise the decision to allow ADF members to march in the Gay Mardi Gras in uniform. What does the leadership...

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Catholic Radio: Army Major dismissed for voicing Christian beliefs
Jan31

Catholic Radio: Army Major dismissed for voicing Christian beliefs

Army Reserve Major Bernard Gaynor has this week issued a statement claiming he is being dismissed from the Australian Defence Force for expressing his Christian beliefs. In April last year Major Gaynor had seven charges brought against him by the Defence Force, including three counts of failure to comply with an order, three counts of prejudicial conduct and one count of disobeying a lawful command. The charges, which Major Gaynor...

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News Weekly: Gay activism encouraged in Australia’s armed services
Jan31

News Weekly: Gay activism encouraged in Australia’s armed services

An Australian Defence Force officer, Squadron-Leader Vince Chong, has received a decoration — a gold commendation — from the Vice Chief of the Defence Force (VCDF), Air Marshal Mark Binskin AO, on May 22, for his leadership in a homosexual activist political organisation, the Australian Defence Gay and Lesbian Information Service (DEFGLIS). This organisation has succeeded in having homosexual servicemen march as formed bodies in...

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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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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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A question from a junior Air Force officer
Nov13

A question from a junior Air Force officer

Recently, I received a question from a junior officer in the Air Force. He wrote: First up, some context – I’m not gay – nor have I ever been – but my younger brother is gay and he means to world to me. I support gay rights unequivocally. I’m not Christian, and not in any way religious. I’m curious to hear your opinion not as a Christian, but as a military leader. How do you feel your strong (to say...

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