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The Bernie Gaynor Show: US election special

Posted by on 5:07 pm in Featured, Politics | 0 comments

The Bernie Gaynor Show: US election special

The latest episode of the Bernie Gaynor Show on The Good Sauce is out. But it may not be up for long. So watch it now while you can.

Big Tech does not want anyone talking about the obvious issues surrounding the US election…

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And if you want a really deep dive into the technical issues behind the system used by many US states to keep tabs on votes, watch this. It will blow your mind:


The Bernie Gaynor Show on The Good Sauce

Posted by on 4:38 pm in Defence, Featured, Islam, Politics, Values | 1 comment

The Bernie Gaynor Show on The Good Sauce

As you may be aware, I am have my own show each Sunday on

You can catch it each week by subscribing here.

And you can watch my most recent episodes below:


It’s been a catastrophe for the bad guys

Posted by on 5:30 pm in Featured, Values | 28 comments

It’s been a catastrophe for the bad guys

In mid-2015 I faced being hit with over $1 million in fines. And the prospect that if I ever spoke about marriage, family or morality again that I would face jail for contempt of court.

Tess Corbett, a Victorian grandmother, was facing jail for contempt of court.

John Sunol, a brain-damaged man from Newcastle was almost destroyed and he was bankrupted.

Garry Burns was riding high.

In the hard slog that followed, the New South Wales Crown Solicitor’s Office threatened to bring contempt proceedings against me for writing about breaches of the New South Wales Civil and Administrative Tribunal’s (NCAT) code of conduct by Magistrate Nancy Hennessy. And my own solicitor was almost forced out of practise by the New South Wales Law Society.

Since then:

  • Garry Burns has been bankrupted;
  • The New South Wales Anti-Discrimination Board (ADB) has been forced to admit that Garry Burns lodges vexatious complaints;
  • Garry Burns has been found by the New South Wales Civil and Administrative Tribunal (NCAT) to have made statements against my solicitor that ‘were untrue and without foundation’ and that these statements were ‘malicious, insulting and offensive’ and that they, prima facie, were capable of constituting contempt;
  • The New South Wales Law Society action against my solicitor was dismissed with costs;
  • The ADB has admitted to me in writing that it has failed to meet its own statutory duties under the Anti-Discrimination Act 1977 (NSW);
  • Law reforms have been commenced by Mark Latham in the New South Wales parliament to address systemic abuses by the ADB;
  • The New South Wales anti-discrimination system has been found to be unconstitutional by the High Court of Australia;
  • Magistrate Nancy Hennessy has been forced to recuse herself from matters involving Garry Burns after evidence was presented that she had been involved in private conversations with him. She is no longer responsible for the section of the Tribunal that deals with anti-discrimination matters.

Prior to this, Magistrate Hennessy had ruled in ten decisions involving Garry Burns. In all of them she ruled in his favour.

This amounts to a remarkable turnaround. Indeed, it amounts to a catastrophe for the anti-discrimination industry in New South Wales.

Yet you most probably have not heard a single word about this in the mainstream media. There has hardly been any coverage of this farce, although I do wish to thank the following journalists and presenters for having the courage to provide some coverage:

  • Nicola Berkovic of The Australian;
  • Steve Austin of ABC Brisbane radio;
  • Ben Fordham of 2GB;
  • Miranda Devine and Clarissa Bye of The Daily Telegraph; and
  • Andrew Bolt at Sky News.
  • Neil Johnson at Vision Christian Radio; and
  • Marilyn Rodrigues of The Catholic Weekly.

Taking stock at the present time, it is clear that what we have been able to achieve is, indeed, enormous.

It is proof that conservatives can win. It is also proof that those who attack us do so with complete disregard for the rule of law.

We are the side of order. They are side of capriciousness and chaos.

But the battle is still not over.

I still face four complaints from Garry Burns in three matters currently before the New South Wales Local Court. There are several reasons why these matters should be dismissed, even without Garry Burns’ bankruptcy. But there is still a process to go through, including hearing a motion I filed two years ago for security for costs in these matters.

I am also involved in an appeal within NCAT relating to Burns’ complaints seeking to have them dismissed.

And just yesterday my legal team filed submissions in reply in an application for special leave before the High Court of Australia. It seeks leave to appeal to the High Court to determine the validity of Part 3A of the NCAT Act, which was rushed through New South Wales parliament in response to my victory against the constitutional validity of the previous system.

This bizarre law, passed years after Burns lodged his complaints and in a state I do not even live in is the only reason I am still in court at all.

I also have commenced proceedings to examine Garry Burns’ financial affairs. This process could be explosive.

However, I do not wish to pre-empt the outcome of any of these matters and it is important to note that there is still work to be done.

And when these battles are fought and, hopefully, won there will be no time to rest. That is when the real war will begin.

The Anti-Discrimination Board needs to pay for its central role in this shambles. It is only when individuals in that organisation are held accountable that we can truly declare victory.

I will not rest until that happens.

In the meantime I thank you for your prayers, support, encouragement and generosity. The victories achieved to date have only been possible with your help.

Garry Burns is bankrupt

Posted by on 7:16 pm in Featured, Homosexual demands, Values | 61 comments

Garry Burns is bankrupt

Garry Burns is bankrupt.

Some might say it serves him right. And it does.

Burns – the most offended man in the world – knowingly lodged complaints against me to bankrupt me. He’s done this since 2014. And he has done it 37 times.

Burns was so brazen about this that he copied me on an email he sent to another wannabe activist on 26 October 2014, stating:

Mr.Gaynor has an asset, namely his house. So if there’s enough complainant’s and complaints are substantiated we can look at taking his house through bankruptcy.

In black and white writing, this ‘human rights’ warrior laid bare the truth of this racket: it’s all about seizing other people’s stuff.

And humiliating them too.

On the same day Burns also sent me numerous other emails stating this:

When I’m finished with Mr.Gaynor he’ll be standing there in his undies having lost everything else.

I hope while he’s standing there in his undies his balls don’t drop out and frighten the little old ladies playing “bingo”.

And this:

The toes Mr.Gaynor steps on today may be connected to the arse he may have to kiss tomorrow”.

I feel it’s all doom and gloom from now on for Mr.Gaynor !

Warm regards,

Garry Burns

Anti-Discrikmination Campaigner & Public Interest Litigant.

And this:

Mr.Burns will have Mr.Gaydar on the mat saying , “ Please Mr.Burns no more

Ol’ ‘Herpes’ Burns seemed to be having so much fun back then that he couldn’t contain himself.

A few weeks earlier, in September 2014, Burns even emailed the then New South Wales Attorney General with this boast:

If damages are awarded in NCAT and Mr.Gaynor doesn’t pay I’ll send the Sheriff around to his home and seize his assets and sell them to recoup the monies awarded or take him to the Supreme Court of NSW.

On another occasion he emailed this to my solicitor:

…but I promise you this if damages are awarded against your client in the NCAT hearing I’ll be coming after your client through his assets until he pays me.

I don’t care if I put him , his wife and his children out into the gutter.

In fact, Burns made rather a habit of letting me know just what he’d like to do to me and my family. Another email stated this:

If he loses his house it’s because of his own actions. It would be sad however to see his wife and kids thrown into the gutter by the sheriff as they take his home from him but it’s his arrogance that will be his lesson in life to learn as he travels down life’s track alone.

And another states this:

If this incongruous imbecile Mr.Gaynor thinks God runs the laws in this state he’s in for a shock because he’s God will desert him and Mr.Gaynor will be forced to learn a very tough lesson when the sheriff arrives to take possession of his house and assets to sell them.

That email was also sent to the former New South Wales Attorney General.

I guess, given the way things have turned out, God may have paid more attention to that email than the chief law officer in New South Wales.

All of this does serve Burns right. He brought this on himself.

And then Burns had the audacity to try and get the taxpayer to bail him out. Burns is proof that the LGBTWHATEVER community sees the state as one big GayTM.

This is a letter sent on Garry Burns’ behalf to the New South Wales Attorney General in June by Alex Greenwich. He asks for the taxpayer to stump up and cover Burns’ legal debts. The demand is so outrageous that Ben Fordham, rightly, criticised him for it on 2GB last week.

Get rid of the public funding for ACON and the Mardi Gras and the Anti-Discrimination Board (ADB) and all the other leeching ‘human rights’ rent-seekers out there and most of these activists would not have a job. They’d have to find something useful to do.

But Burns’ bankruptcy gives me no great joy. It is good. It is justice and I am grateful for that. And it will probably bring his farcical complaints to an end, although there is still a process to unfold before we can be certain.

But the real truth is that his pain has been aided and abetted by those who protected him and are now deserting him in his hour of need.

I’m talking about the New South Wales ADB.

This mob of parasites have known about Burns’ emails and motivations for the better half of a decade.

I should know. I sent them to the ADB. And I complained when the ADB, instead of doing something about it, decided that they were ‘irrelevant’. Indeed, the ADB removed all these emails from the files it sent to the New South Wales Civil and Administrative Tribunal.

The ADB ignored all of this while rubber stamping Burns’ complaints. As a result, Burns was emboldened to continue his legal terrorism.

I can only thank God that I had the support – legal, financial, emotional – to see this fight through. I thank you. Most of all, I thank my wife.

But now that Burns has come to a catastrophic end, the ADB will hang him out to dry. That’s really not fair. The ADB and Burns deserve each other.

And I will not be satisfied, and justice will not be served, until the ADB pays for its role in this mess.

The ADB is where the real evil lies.

In the meantime, I served Burns with an examination notice last week. I’m chasing the money trail and it will be very interesting where it leads..

The Good Sauce

Posted by on 6:04 pm in Featured, General | 0 comments

The Good Sauce

I’m excited to announce that I am now writing weekly for – and have my own podcast and video channel on this new hub for conservative content in Australia.

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At this stage the podcast will be published every Sunday evening.

The first two shows are below.


A lounge room chat with Tom Massey

Posted by on 12:56 pm in Defence, Featured, General, Values | 0 comments

A lounge room chat with Tom Massey

On Monday I was interviewed by Tom Massey for his recently launched podcast Lounge room chats.

It’s great to see new conservative and Catholic content and Tom asked me some questions that no one else ever has. He also managed to get me to tell a few war stories over a bottle of wine…

If you want Catholic discussion or interviews that find the interesting things in every ordinary person’s life, then follow him!

The full interview is here.

I was lucky enough to share a glass of wine with Bernard Gaynor, a Catholic who has never shied away from standing up…

Posted by Lounge Room Chats on Tuesday, 9 June 2020

Diversity makes us dumber

Posted by on 5:10 pm in Defence, Featured | 4 comments

Diversity makes us dumber

Remember the cliche parroted by every Australian general ever interviewed that we have the smartest and most well-trained soldiers in the world?

Well, in this time of diversity Defence has decided that it needs to give a powerpoint presentation explaining that a woman is different than a man…

If our soldiers really are the smartest in the world and the top brass is feeding them this rubbish, then we have got the dumbest generals in the world.

NSW Anti-Discrimination Board fights for the ‘human right’ to lodge vexatious complaints

Posted by on 3:53 pm in Featured, Values | 1 comment

NSW Anti-Discrimination Board fights for the ‘human right’ to lodge vexatious complaints

The New South Wales Anti-Discrimination Board (ADB), or Anti-Discrimination NSW as it has just expensively renamed itself, has gone off the deep end.

It is using taxpayer funds to argue to the New South Wales parliament that it must be allowed to keep accepting, investigating, conciliating and referring vexatious complaints to the New South Wales Civil and Administrative Tribunal (NCAT).

You read that correctly: the ADB believes that vexatious complaints are legitimate and that the New South Wales taxpayer should pay for this bureaucratic body of anarchic activists to process them.

In February this year an inquiry into the Anti-Discrimination Amendment (Complaint Handling) Bill 2020 was introduced…

Posted by Anti-Discrimination NSW on Sunday, 7 June 2020

In other words, if you have an enemy or simply want to help yourself to someone else’s cash, the ADB is fighting for your ‘human right’ to lodge vexatious complaints. All you have to do is meet the strict criteria and terms and conditions* necessary to make someone else’s life miserable.

* The only criteria for lodging a complaint is that you must be homosexual.

The ADB’s submission to the inquiry into Mark Latham’s bill to end vexatious complaints explicitly rejects the proposal to change the current law that says vexatious complaints ‘may’ be declined to one that requires that they ‘must’ be declined.

Instead the ADB argues:

This proposed change would remove the President’s discretion to decline complaints under section 92 and replace it with a strict requirement to decline complaints if the President is satisfied that any of the section 92 conditions are met.

ADNSW is concerned that removing the President’s discretion in determining when to decline complaints could limit existing rights and deter people impacted by discrimination from making complaints.

The ADB’s submission could not be clearer.

It means two things.

Firstly, the ADB wants to continue processing vexatious complaints.

And, secondly, it means that the ADB is already knowingly allowing vexatious complaints to be lodged and processed. Its submission admits as much.

This is truly outrageous.

Vexatious litigation is an abuse of the legal and justice system. And the ‘Thought Police’ have proudly announced to the world that they are on the side of injustice.

There is no surprise in that. The ADB is the very embodiment of systemic injustice.

It oversees legal looting. This is worse than mob violence. At least you are (in theory) legally able to defend yourself against looters.

In contrast, the ADB abuses the very law itself to destroy those it wishes to target through vexatious complaints. The cops won’t show up when a ‘conciliation officer’ pressures you with the power of the state to hand over your assets to settle a vexatious complainant.

There is also no surprise that the LGBT lobby is backing the ADB. Rainbow lawfare ends in a pot of gold – your gold – and these ‘human rights’ activists do not want to see this asset stripping regime dismantled.

They’ll lose their power and you might find your voice again.

So ACON supports the ADB’s position. So does the NSW Gay and Lesbian Rights Lobby. And so does the Public Interest Advocacy Centre.

There is no surprise in any of this at all.

But what is surprising is that the New South Wales Bar Association and the Law Society of New South Wales Law have both also lodged submissions demanding that the ADB be allowed ‘discretion’ to accept and process vexatious complaints.

These are the bodies that are supposed to ensure that the legal system in New South Wales is professional and free of corruption.

Instead, these bodies have just made every lawyer joke you’ve ever heard real.

To make matters worse, it is clear that the parliamentary inquiry is being shaped to reject Mark Latham’s bill.

There were 190 submissions to this inquiry from individuals and organisations.

Of the 160 submissions from the general public, all but two supported reform. Both of those were from Garry Burns. And he had good reason to do defend the current law. His livelihood lodging vexatious complaints is on the line.

On top of this, over 2,000 people signed my petition supporting the bill. The overwhelming evidence is that the public is fed up with this rotten system.

Unfortunately, none of these voices will be heard by the inquiry.

My submission was not even published in full.

I was not called as a witness. Nor was any other person subjected to a complaint from the world’s most offended man.

And Burns has been let off the hook as well. I’m sure that pretty much anyone who is involved in this farce is desperate to prevent him from speaking.

Instead, the inquiry will only hear from legal and activist groups.

But it will not hear from my solicitor. Instead, the vast majority of hearing time will be devoted to gay activists and ‘human rights’ lawyers from groups that oppose this unjust system being cleaned up.

I hold out little hope that the vexatious complaint gravy train overseen by the ADB will be stopped in its tracks any time soon.

If you want to watch this unjust farce unfold, hearings will be online from 10:15 tomorrow and Thursday.

Link to the video stream is here.

They’re casing the joint

Posted by on 7:12 pm in Featured, Values | 7 comments

They’re casing the joint

Right now, organised revolutionaries are probing and testing the law enforcement institutions that keep America together.

And, tomorrow, they’ll do the same in Australia.

Make no mistake about it. They’re casing the joint.

Given what we’ve witnessed over the last week, organised, funded, trained, equipped and motivated groups like Antifa who have been waiting to tear America (and by extension Western civilisation) apart must be thinking that it’s almost time.

The key financial centre of the world has literally been sacked.

The key political centre of the world has been brought to its knees.

And the response clearly shows that this civilisation – our civilisation – has all but lost the will to restore order.

It’s happy times for the revolutionaries.

At the national level, it seems that opposing President Trump is more important than coming up with a plan to stop the violence.

Local politicians are not only hanging the cops out to dry but also advocating for the abolition of the police.

Within the security agencies themselves there is division. Those on the corporate ladder are speaking in woke and those on the front line have no idea if they’ll be shot at from protestors or sacked for responding. Meanwhile, America’s peak internal security organisation, the FBI, is tweeting about ‘Pride Month’.

So, in this confusion, some police and national guard have taken to humiliating themselves and kneeling before the mob.

Others are close to quitting.

The media is egging all of this on.

And pretty much everyone who is anyone is celebrating.

Basically the last week has seen the mob burn down American cities and then dance joyfully around the flames. The rest of society has been left with no choice but to assess the situation and conclude two things.

Firstly, they need a gun.

And, secondly, now that all the shops have been looted, boarded up and then looted again no one really knows where they’ll be able to get food from when the cupboard is bare.

America is fast becoming a nation where it’s every man for himself. It took just a week to get to this point from what we remember to be civilisation.

Whatever the government is in America, the average husband and wife with three kids and a mortgage cannot rely on it to do anything at all when someone tries to burn everything they own.

In fact, half the politicians refuse to back the police and provide tacit, if not open, support to violent mobs. And half of the other half have spent so much of their lives trying not to offend the pronoun police that they have no idea how to do anything useful at all. They have become institutionalised losers and are not about to break that habit.

So most normal Americans are probably concluding that if the government does anything at all it will probably somehow manage to make things worse.

America is teetering on the edge. It will get through this crises but no one can be sure that it will get through the next. Other crises will come as tension builds up for the presidential elections. Of that, you can be sure.

And this is the real issue. America is at war with itself already. What we’ve seen in the last week is not anger at the murder of George Floyd. Everyone agrees it was wrong and the cop responsible has not been let off but is sitting in jail awaiting trial. That is about the only thing that has happened in America in the last week that accords with any understanding of how justice is served in a civilised world.

Instead, we are watching the pent-up hate from two generations of brain dead idiots who have been taught to loathe Western civilisation unleash itself on society.

It won’t stop with defunding the police. It is about cutting off all ties with Christian civilisation and ushering in woke world, whatever that may be. The only thing we do know with any certainty about this brave new order is that, just like all the other brave new orders, it will never be satisfied.

There are always new sins that can only be atoned by setting the mob on a new target.

You might say, so what, this is in America.

You might be like the many new age Australians who are cheering this on.

But if America goes, what will happen to us?

Every Australian who values our own nation should be fervently hoping and praying that President Trump successfully keeps civilisation going. Because if the lights do go out in the White House the darkness will be felt here too.

And the truth is that Australia is not all that much different to the United States. There is a war underway for the soul of our nation too.

This war is felt in many ways. But one of the most striking is that ordinary Australians have been fined for eating kebabs recently because it posed a public health risk but now crowds can protest for a radical ‘socially-progressive’ cause.

Our institutions do not believe in equality of the law. Instead, they already cater for the mob and it has not even shown up yet.

Tomorrow, all over Australia, thousands of people will be protesting in solidarity with violent hordes in America. And you can be certain that there will be organised groups in our crowds who will want to test the reaction to violence here too.

The reaction from the police.

The reaction from the mob.

The reaction from the politicians.

They’re casing the joint. But they’re doing it with the approval of many of those who have the keys to front door.

What’s missing?

Posted by on 1:16 pm in Defence, Featured, Values | 5 comments

What’s missing?

This list of very important military, religious and cultural dates was recently provided to those working in the Royal Australian Navy.

What important date has the Navy decided is not worth mentioning?

If you can’t work it out, here are a couple of hints.

It’s not Ramadan. The Navy is all over that. But it is a religious date and it’s so important that every Australian state recognises it with more than one public holiday…

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