Australia’s imams condemn media coverage of child marriage scandal
Feb17

Australia’s imams condemn media coverage of child marriage scandal

What’s the collective term for a group of imams? It’s an important question. As Australia’s Islamic population continues to swell, we will be dealing with groups of imams on a regular basis. So we might as well come up with the term now. If you have a suggestion please send it through. In the absence of anything better, I’m going to go with a ‘Frenzy of Imams’ for the time being. It seems comfortably apt. For those who don’t know,...

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Google Afghanistan (and find child marriage (in Australia))
Feb14

Google Afghanistan (and find child marriage (in Australia))

Forty Australian soldiers have given their lives in Afghanistan. Their mission, as stated on the International Security Assistance Force webpage, was to support the Government of Afghanistan. For those of an inquiring mind, let’s dive into some Google magic and see what we can dig up on this government. After all, it has been deemed worthy enough to justify the loss of Australian blood. Probably the best place to start is by searching...

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Spare us from Christine Forster
Dec03

Spare us from Christine Forster

As the High Court sits today to ponder the insane arguments of the marriage equality crowd, it’s also worthwhile pondering the qualifications of the leading proponents of homosexual marriage. But let’s just stick with insanity for a sec. The ACT is arguing that its marriage equality laws are legal because gay marriage is not the same as real marriage. Yup. Insanity. And so much for marriage equality. Clearly, it’s not that at all. It...

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I’m sorry Bishop Putney, but you are wrong
Nov26

I’m sorry Bishop Putney, but you are wrong

When people say silly things, they deserve to be called out for it. Especially if they are a bishop. And Bishop Michael Putney has done just that. He’s the Bishop of Townsville. Recently he went on ABC radio and said “there’s no family that doesn’t have gay members”. You can hear that little gem at the 3:50 mark of this interview. That is a really silly thing to say. Especially because it is patently not true. There are plenty of...

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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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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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The Governor-General should resign
Oct14

The Governor-General should resign

The Governor-General, the Honourable Quentin Bryce AC CVO, has offered to resign now that her son-in-law, Bill Shorten, is the opposition leader. This was the right thing for the Governor-General to do. The Governor-General holds the highest public office in Australia. It is a position of enormous discretionary power, although it has only been exercised rarely in our nation’s history. The constitutional crisis of 1975 was a period of...

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