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Truth is the new Hate speech

by on Sep.12, 2017, under Australian

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Remember while lodging your postal vote if you are voting NO, you will be subjected to a tirade from YES campaigners if they believe they know which way you have voted and if you retaliate they will not hesitate to report you on the basis of below.

In NSW it is generally against the law to vilify people because of their:
• race, colour, nationality, descent, ethnic, ethno-religious or national origin
• homosexuality (lesbian or gay)
• HIV or AIDS status
• transgender status.

This includes vilification because someone is thought to be lesbian, gay or transgender even if they are not, or thought to have HIV or AIDS, even if they don’t.
NSW anti-discrimination law defines vilification as a public act that could incite or encourage hatred, serious contempt or severe ridicule towards people because of the above characteristics.

The vilification law only covers acts that are in public. It does not cover acts that are not public, for example abuse over a back fence that no-one else can hear.

Public acts could include the following:
• remarks in a newspaper, journal or other publications
• remarks on radio or television
• material on the internet, including social networking sites such as Facebook and micro-blogging services such as Twitter
• graffiti
• putting up posters or stickers
• verbal abuse
• making speeches or statements
• making gestures
• wearing badges or clothes with slogans on them.

However, if you vote YES none of this applies. There are no Vilification laws to protect heterosexual people especially if you are caucasian so these campaigners can say whatever they like and of course ban you from any business just because you voted NO and no law applies to protect you from this.

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You must vote NO to stop the rot

by on Sep.12, 2017, under Australian


If the Same Sex Marriage bill goes ahead what will be next? We will now have a precedent to say we cannot exclude any of the below surely as the Marriage Equality campaign is saying

“Marriage equality is about the values we hold dear. All Australians should be treated equally under the law — and that includes being able to marry the person they love.”
Then what about these?

the practice or custom of having more than one wife or husband at the same time.

polygamy in which a woman has more than one husband.

the state or practice of having more than one wife or female mate at a time

Cousin or sibling marriage
It is common in the Middle East, for instance, where it accounts for over half of all marriages in some countries. In some countries outside that region, it is uncommon but still legal like in Australia.

In Australia you cannot marry your brother or sister, or one of your parents, grandparents, or your own child or grandchild. In some countries it is illegal to marry your first cousin, but not in Australia.

How though will this continue to be justified if a couple are in love they should be allowed to marry according to the SSM campaigners, therefore should not the obvious progression be to change the laws to allow incestuous marriage if they are in love?

Isn’t this the argument and premise of changing our marriage laws that if you are in love you should have the right to marry?

Supporters of incestuous marriage and where it is banned view the prohibition as discrimination, while opponents may appeal to moral or other arguments. Worldwide, more than 10% of marriages are between first or second cousins, which is significantly higher than Same Sex Couples. In the past, cousin marriage was practiced within indigenous cultures in Australia, North America, South America, and Polynesia.

Speciesism and Interspecies marriage.
involves the assignment of different values, rights, or special consideration to individuals solely on the basis of their species membership. The term is sometimes used by animal rights advocates, who argue that speciesism is a prejudice similar to racism or sexism, in that the treatment of individuals is predicated on group membership and morally irrelevant physical differences. Their claim is that species membership has no moral significance.

The term is not used consistently, but broadly embraces two ideas.] It usually refers to “human speciesism” (human supremacism), the exclusion of all nonhuman animals from the rights, freedoms, and protections afforded to humans. It can also refer to the more general idea of assigning value to a being on the basis of species membership alone, so that “human–chimpanzee speciesism” would involve human beings favouring rights for chimpanzees over rights for dogs, because of human–chimpanzee similarities.

I can go on but feel my point is made that if we are forced to change the marriage laws for one minority group shouldn’t all minority groups have access to these same laws isn’t that what marriage equality is all about.

I know it is the reason I will be voting NO as the implications of this claim of marriage equality going ahead will be huge and we will be forced to accept all of the above situations as how can we claim these do not have the same rights?

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The problem with Socialism

by on Sep.11, 2017, under Australian


This is where our Socialist ALP and Greens are taking Australia. Don’t say it won’t happen here, just look at their track records and you will see this in their Socialist mantra.

Sacramento, California is paying gangbangers $1.5 million USD to not kill people.

You’d think they couldn’t get anymore stupid than that, however, California, is the front-line for the very Socialist Sanctuary Cities in US. Most of which have also pledged to fight Trump. Cities like Los Angeles, San Francisco and Sacramento prohibit law enforcement from cooperating with immigration authorities. They are all willing to risk millions of dollars in federal funds for their current residents essentially to provide social justice for those here now illegally and in the future.
Long before all of that, of course, California has led the way for its brand of social justice on social issues as well. When they have, they do more than talk about it – they spend your money on it, including in the schools.

Finally, we cannot forget that California has the most stringent and expensive regulations in the world as part of its effort to fight “climate change.” Estimates run to over a billion dollars spent in California each year to change the world’s climate – or at least to prevent it from changing any more. Now Mr. de León wants to prevent the use of any fossils fuels in the state by 2045.

Gillard most recently, was leading us down this path and not scared to spend our money to enforce her plans on us. She wanted to accept all illegal immigrants and given time would have introduced laws with the Greens making it illegal to report these illegal immigrants from being reported to authorities, regardless of the implications because this is the Socialist/Communist ways of creating anarchy and destroying democracy in any Country they gain power of. If you think the SSM issue is harmless it is just another stepping stone to the Socialists, it is another move on their way to change society and destroy Community spirit. The recent banning of Australia Day celebrations by a couple of Communist controlled councils was another of the steps to reduce the famous Australian sense of mateship and pride in our being Australian.

Our Education system even when the curriculum is not changed I am hearing from kids the Socialist rhetoric their teachers are preaching to them. My daughter included. She hates Trump, why? Because he wants to build a wall, to stop people illegally living in US??? She cannot discuss this, cannot tell me why this is wrong, just that this is why she hates a man she doesn’t know. Even though he hasn’t actually done anything on this yet.

The only mention about North Korea is that Trump is at fault and is pushing them to war. This is the crap or kids are being convinced of by a very Socialist Education system and why ALP and Greens are so desperate to get young people enrolled to vote and want the age reduced to get more kids allowed to vote.

So the next time you think maybe Socialism/Communism is worth voting in think about what you will be doing because they won’t ask your opinion on policies, you won’t get to say you disagree with them and they won’t live up to their election promises “there will not be a Carbon Tax under a Government I lead” until the day after they won the election she must have meant.

Socialism is a philosophy of failure, the creed of ignorance, and the gospel of envy, its inherent virtue is the equal sharing of misery. Winston Churchill

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Too much doubt to vote anything except NO

by on Sep.10, 2017, under Australian


In a article written by Thomas Harrison, a Socialist Gay rights advocate, he claims:

SAME-SEX DESIRE has always been a part of human life. There is much evidence, though not yet conclusive, that a predominant sexual attraction to members of one’s own sex is innate. But innate or not, we know that it is definitely formed early in life, certainly before the age of ten.

The absurdity of the claim that homosexuality is contrary to “human nature” can easily be demonstrated by pointing to the wide variety of attitudes toward same-sex desire to be found in human societies throughout history. At the opposite extreme from modern post-Christian homophobia are the attitudes and practices of ancient Greece, especially Athens. There, sexual relations between men were not only accepted but praised. As in all cultures, however, strict rules governed sexual conduct, and Greek homoeroticism was accompanied by a strong tradition of misogyny.

Michel Foucault was one of the first to show that the Greeks did not treat sexual desire as a problem, as Christianity has always done.1 He argued that sex for the ancient Greeks was analogous to eating and drinking — one appetite among others, to be indulged in moderation. Since Foucault, other historians have reconstructed the elaborate ethical discourse with which the Greeks surrounded homoerotic desire.

Where I am not arguing this, I think much is not being mentioned about this Ancient Greek and Roman sexuality. They weren’t just open to sexual encounters between men, they also were into Pedophilia, Pederasty, incest, orgies, and bestiality, equally. Pederasty is seldom heard about now as we call it all under the umbrella of pedophilia however it was the particular practice of adult males taking young boys for sex and had no interest in them as they began growing facial hair. Young girls were taking as wives and lovers and kept not just for sexual gratification but also as breeding stock whereas the famous orgies allowed for any combination of these sexual practices. It was not uncommon for women in a family to be used by their male siblings or relatives in either the Greek or Roman cultures of the time. And Bestiality was not considered abhorrent in either Greek or Roman culture either and was practiced among the sexual practices of the time.

So if the Gay right activists want to try and use these times as early open acceptance of same sex desires, I must suggest to do this they also accept the other aspects of what was considered acceptable during this period of sexual debauchery.

Just because these same sex desires were around in the ancient cultures does not mean it should therefore just be accepted in modern society or we have to consider whether all of the practices of those days should be acceptable now also. If people have same sex desires that is their business, however stop trying to force it onto us all. Christianity fought against these practices over the centuries and now we have this Socialist push against the Churches to force us to accept same sex marriage. It is not acceptable any more than marrying a child, a family member or a animal is acceptable in society.

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If you want equality and inclusion why so many groups aimed at LGBT solely?

by on Sep.06, 2017, under Australian


Victorian Grant recipients for 2016-17

Organisational development stream recipients

The grants will assist organisations and groups to build capacity, develop good practices and improve internal governance and administration. This approach is intended to help organisations and groups to improve program delivery and sustainability, obtain funding from other sources and build the foundations for organisational growth.

Rainbow Families Victoria, located in City of Melbourne – $130,000 (2 year grant)

Rainbow Families Victoria supports LGBTI parents, co-parents, carers and their children in Victoria. They will be using grant funds for strategic planning, volunteer development, development of systems and community engagement platforms, as well as staff resources.

Switchboard (Victoria) Inc, located in City of Melbourne – $109,000 (2 year grant)

Switchboard provides a free telephone and web counselling, referral and information service for Victorian LGBTI communities. They will be using grant funds for the development of an income strategy, program and partnership plan, communications and marketing plan and staff resources.

ChillOut Daylesford Inc, located in Shire of Hepburn – $80,000 (2 year grant)

ChillOut Daylesford organises Australia’s largest rural Queer Country Pride festival for LGBTI Victorians. They will use grant funds for strategic planning, research, and staff resources.

Melbourne Queer Film Festival, located in City of Melbourne – $60,000 (1 year grant)

Melbourne Queer Film Festival organises one of the world’s largest queer film festivals. Grant funds will be used to create a sponsorship and philanthropy strategy, and provide additional staff resources.

Midsumma Festival, located in City of Melbourne – $59,441.94 (1 year grant)

Midsumma Festival organises Melbourne’s largest queer arts and cultural festival which has been running for 30 years. The organisation will be using grant funds for strategic marketing plans, audience development and rebranding activities.

Gay and Lesbian Foundation of Australia, located in City of Yarra – $54,000 (2 year grant)

The Gay and Lesbian Foundation of Australia (GALFA) is a charitable foundation whose purpose is to provide funds for charitable activities and organisations that support LGBTI communities. They will be using grant funds for development of marketing and fundraising strategies, and staff resources.

Transgender Victoria, located in City of Melbourne – $53,654 (2 year grant)

Transgender Victoria (TGV) aims to achieve justice and equity for trans and gender diverse people, their partners, families and friends. Grant funds will be used to fund a part time office manager to carry out organisational development activities to address growing capacity needs.

Australian Lesbian and Gay Archives Inc, located in City of Stonnington – $50,000 (1 year grant)

The Australian Lesbian and Gay Archives is the biggest repository of historical materials about lesbian and gay experience in Australia. They will be using grant funds to employ an office manager to address organisational development needs, and seek business consulting.

Wimmera Pride Project, located in Rural City of Horsham – $50,000 (2 year grant)

The Wimmera Pride Project is a grass roots movement led by local residents to enrich the lives of LGBT+ people and their allies within the community. They will be using grant funds to develop a strategic plan, create policies and procedures, develop a website and cover staff resources.

Gateway Health, located in City of Wodonga – $43,189 (1 year grant)

Gateway Health is a community health provider of primary health and welfare services in Wodonga and Wangaratta. They have collaborated with local LGBTI groups to design a leadership training program for LGBTI groups and emerging leaders in North East Victoria, and will coordinate the delivery of the training.

Bent TV, located in City of Melbourne – $30,100 (2 year grant)

In association with Community Television Station ‘Channel 31’, Bent TV has been producing television for Melbourne’s diverse rainbow community for 24 years. As community stations cease broadcasting, BentTV will be partnering with JOY94.9, and will use grant funds for web design, online optimisation and training to transition to online distribution.

Androgen Insensitivity Syndrome Support Group Australia Inc, located in City of Melbourne – $30,000 (2 year grant)

The Androgen Insensitivity Syndrome (AIS) Support Group Australia Inc is a peer support, information and advocacy group for people affected by AIS and/or related intersex variations and variations of sex characteristics, and their families. They will use grant funds to engage in review of policies, development of strategic organisational business plans, member training, and infrastructure updates.

Organisation Intersex International (OII) Australia, located in City of Hobsons Bay – $30,000 (2 year grant)

OII Australia is an independent support, education and policy development organisation, by and for people with intersex variations or traits. They will be using grant funds to develop strategic and business plans, and purchase of software and IT hardware.

Anti-Violence Project of Victoria Inc, located in City of Ballarat – $17,820 (2 year grant)

Victoria’s Anti Violence Project is the peak Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender (LGBT) organisation leading discussion on violence and its impacts within and against the community. They will use grant funds to enhance their existing online violence reporting service through the development of a phone app that will allow live updating information.

Melbourne Gay & Lesbian Chorus Inc, located in City of Melbourne – $10,000 (1 year grant)

The Melbourne Gay and Lesbian Chorus was Australia’s first LGBTI community choir. They offer a supportive environment to singers of all backgrounds. They will be using the grants funds for a digital records system, staff resources and managing the transfer of all paper music records to digital records.

Victorian Gay & Lesbian Rights Lobby, located in City of Melbourne – $9,963 (1 year grant)

The Victorian Gay and Lesbian Rights Lobby works for and with the LGBTIQ community to end discrimination and to achieve equality and social justice. They will be using grant funds to update their website and update current legislative information available.

Minus18 Foundation Inc, located in City of Yarra – $9,019 (1 year grant)

Minus18 is Australia’s largest youth led organisation for lesbian, gay, bisexual and trans youth. They will be using grant funds to purchase cameras and associated equipment for internal training development and resource production.

Metropolitan Community Church Melbourne, located in City of Whitehorse – $8,500 (1 year grant)

The Metropolitan Community Church Melbourne offers a caring Christian faith community that celebrates and welcomes LGBTI members. They will be using grant funds for a website redesign, business plan, and marketing.

Brave Network Melbourne, located in City of Boroondara – $6,700 (1 year grant)

Brave Network Melbourne is a network of Christians wanting to promote and explore LGBTI inclusion, theology and faith in a safe and informed environment. They will be using grant funds to procure basic presentation equipment and upgrade their website.

Melbourne Wranglers Wrestling Club Inc, located in City of Yarra – $6,060 (1 year grant)

The Melbourne Wranglers Wrestling club is a diverse gender and sexuality community sporting club that provides a positive environment to all persons within the LGBTIQ community. They will use grant funds to cover the cost of the Pride In Sport membership.

Living Positive Victoria, located in City of Melbourne – $5,000 (1 year grant)

Living Positive Victoria is a community based organisation representing all people living with HIV in Victoria, and is committed to the advancement of human rights and wellbeing of all people living with HIV. They will be using grant funds for governance training for their new board of management.

Parents of Gender Diverse Children (PGDC), located in City of Melbourne – $5,000 (2 year grant)

Parents of Gender Diverse Children is made up of a group of parents who have come together to advocate for and support gender diverse children and their families. They will be using grant funds to engage an accountant, and financial training for PGDC organisers.

Human Rights Law Centre – LGBTI Rights Unit, located in City of Melbourne – $3,798 (2 year grant)

The Human Rights Law Centre protects and promotes human rights in Australia and in Australian activities overseas, with the LGBTI Rights Unit focusing on equality legislation at state and federal levels. They will be using grant funds to purchase laptops to make their services more mobile.

Queer Health Collective, located in City of Monash – $2,000 (1 year grant)

Queer Health Collective based out of Monash University runs educational seminars to teach health students about the needs of LGBTQI patients and how to deal with these issues in a sensitive manner. They will be using grant funds for marketing materials.

LGBTI Latin Americans & Hispanics Project, located in City of Melbourne – $1,500 (2 year grant)

The LGBTIQ Latin American and Hispanic Project aims to provide social support, advocacy and representation of Latin/Hispanic people in Victoria. They will be using the grant funds to upgrade their website, as well as basic office equipment.

Australian Queer Students Network, located in City of Melbourne – $1,358.06 (2 year grant)

Australian Queer Students Network are a national body which connects queer students and queer student issues. They will be using the grant funds to upgrade their website and online communications capabilities.

Melbourne Rainbow Band Inc, located in City of Stonnington – $1,015 (1 year grant)

The Melbourne Rainbow Band is a Gay and Lesbian community concert band that exists to provide an opportunity for musicians to develop their musical abilities in an environment free of prejudice and discrimination. They will use grant funds to send one of their members to the Conductor Development Program by the Australian Band and Orchestra Directors Association to ensure sustainable future leadership.

Individual leadership and management stream recipients

These grants will enable existing and emerging LGBTI community leaders to undertake professional development activities to further develop their leadership and management skills. All individuals under the leadership and management stream will be auspiced by the Youth Affairs Council of Victoria (YACVic).

For the purposes of privacy and safety of LGBTI community members, the identities of the individual grant recipients will not be publicised.

Grant recipient from City of Stonnington – $5,500 (2 year grant)

The grant recipient is a respected leader in the trans and gender diverse communities, and will be using the funds to attend and present at a range of trans and gender diverse, aged care, women’s and mental health conferences. The individual is well placed to use the information and skills learned from these conferences to directly benefit LGBTI communities.

Grant recipient from City of Melbourne – $5,199.50 (2 year grant)

The grant recipient is a member of the trans community and a recently appointed board director, and will use the funding to contribute to the cost of the Directors Course at the Australian Institute of Company Directors.

Grant recipient from City of Greater Shepparton – $4,650 (1 year grant)

The grant recipient is an emerging leader in Shepparton, and grant funds will be used to complete the Cert IV in Community Services.

Grant recipient from City of Yarra – $4,450 (1 year grant)

The grant recipient is currently working to assist LGBTI people in employment, and the grant funds will be used to complete the Emerging Manager Program through the Melbourne Business School.

Grant recipient from City of Melbourne – $3,500 (1 year grant)

The grant recipient is a respected leader and advocate for LGBTI communities, and will be using grant funds to contribute to the cost of the Company Directors Course at the Institute of Community Directors Australia.

Grant recipient from City of Melbourne – $3,000 (1 year grant)

The grant recipient is an emerging leader and advocate, who will be using the grant funds to cover the cost of The Australian Progress Fellowship.

Grant recipient from Rural City of Horsham – $3,000 (2 year grant)

The applicant is an active member of the local LGBTI communities. The recipient will use the funds to undertake a project management short course, and Mental Health First Aid through MIND Australia.

Grant recipient from City of Melbourne – $2,247.50 (1 year grant)

The applicant is a current leader within LGBTI communities, and will be using the funds to contribute to the cost of a Diploma of Business (Governance) from the Institute of Community Directors.

Grant recipient from City of Moreland – $600 (1 year grant)

The applicant is a current leader within the bisexual community, and will use the grant funds to complete an Advanced Diploma in Community Sector Management.

Grant recipient from City of Melbourne – $440 (1 year grant)

Totalling $898,700 Victorian grant funding for LGBT specific groups

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Why NO is the way to GO

by on Sep.04, 2017, under Australian


Being and accepting Gay is being forced on all areas of our society and now they want marriage to be all about this minority view although relationships between a man and woman which are 99% of all Australian couples.

You see since this was forced on the Defence Forces by Paul Keating even after the ADF made clear it’s objections we have lost 10,000 of our Defence Force personnel.
Ever since the Socialist Governments made changes in policy for LGBT minority you would have thought if the argument was sound we would see an increase in numbers surely with the ADF forced to accept any one in the Service and even overt campaigns to increase female, lgbt and Muslims to the forces, however, instead it has led to a steady decrease in numbers in the past 26 years and at a time we need a stronger more reliable Defence Force to be able to fight against our enemies and be able to protect our people against terror threats within our own borders.

LGBT personnel are able to serve in the armed forces of some countries around the world: the vast majority of industrialized, Western countries, in addition to Brazil, Chile, South Africa, Israel, and South Korea. This may seem to keeps pace with the latest global figures on acceptance of homosexuality, which suggest that tolerance of LGBT communities is becoming more widespread only in secular, affluent countries. However if we look at most of these it is countries who are eager to increase numbers in their Defence Forces rather than acceptance.

An accepting policy toward gay and lesbian soldiers does not invariably guarantee that LGBT minority will be any more accepted in that particular society. Even in countries where LGBT persons are free to serve in the military, activists lament that there remains room for improvement. They argue that Israel, for example, a country that otherwise struggles to implement LGBT-positive social policy, nevertheless has a military well known for its broad acceptance of openly gay soldiers. The truth in this is the war that has continued for so long and the need for more people in the Army there is the rationale behind not giving anyone an excuse for not serving their country.

• 1992 – The Keating Labor government removed the ban on same-sex attracted men and women serving in the military, despite opposition from defence groups, the Liberal Party and Keating’s own Defence Minister.
• 1994 – Nicholas Toonen complains to the United Nations Human Rights Committee that Australia’s remaining anti-sodomy laws and, by extension, differing ages of consent, are a breach of the International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights. He loses his job after the Tasmanian government says that unless he is fired from the Tasmanian AIDS Council, they will withdraw funding. The Committee finds that Australia is in breach of its treaty obligations.
• 1994 – The Keating Labor government passes the Human Rights (Sexual Conduct) Act to over-ride all state and territory legislation pertaining to sexual conduct for consenting adults
• 2009 – The Rudd Labor government passes legislation to remove discrimination against same-sex couples from 85 federal laws relating to areas such as tax, veterans affairs, social security and health.
• 2010 – NSW legislates to allow same sex couples to adopt.
• 2011 – The Gillard Labor government passes passport legislation allowing for an ‘x’ gender option, and the ability for transgender people to select their gender without medical intervention.
• 2012 – The Gillard Labor government announces it will begin providing ‘Certificates of No Impediment to Marriage’ to same-sex couples. The certificates are sometimes required by other governments to confirm that individuals seeking to marry in their country are not already married in another country. The government previously refused to issue these certificates to same-sex couples, effectively preventing dual citizens or citizens with foreign partners from getting married overseas.
• 2013 – Tasmania legislates to allow same-sex couples to adopt.
• 2013 – The Gillard Labor government publishes guidelines which enable intersex people to list their gender as ‘x’ in their passports. The guidelines also allow transgender people to choose their preferred gender regardless of medical interventions.
• 2013 – The Gillard Labor government legislates an amendment to the Sex Discrimination Act making it unlawful to discriminate against lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and intersex people. Religious schools and hospitals are exempted from gender identity and orientation protections, but aged-care providers are not.
• 2013 – ACT passes same-sex marriage legislation.
• 2013 – The High Court quashes ACT’s same sex-marriage legislation. Federal legislation prevents states from passing their own laws, the court says.
• 2013 – Transgender Children no longer require Family Court approval to access puberty blockers.
• 2014 – ACT allows transgender individuals to change the sex on their birth certificate without medical intervention.

All the way through this is a position of disassociation of the population by Socialist Governments. It is always taking the minority position and shaming other people to accept their position on these issues.

In 1992 the ADF made it’s case against homosexuality in the Defence Force and yet Paul Keating ignored this argument by members of our armed forces and made policy accepting homosexuality into the Defence Forces leading to a steady decline in numbers in the ADF coincidentally https://www.aph.gov.au/binaries/library/pubs/bp/1992/92bp16.pdf

The Keating Government was warned that allowing homosexuals into the military could destroy group cohesion and affect the ability of the Defence Force to attract young recruits, according to newly released Cabinet documents, however this was another instance of a Socialist Government ignoring the majority to push a minority view. And the numbers are showing how wrong that policy was.

How does this affect the SSM argument well think about it if marriage is no longer a special bond between a man and woman we will slowly see less people getting married also. The very nature of marriage will be changed and it will no longer be special to marry and less heterosexual couples will marry and we will see the easier option of just living together become the way of life and marriage not be considered as it is now.

This is not about hate this is not attacking homosexual people it is just facts, it is happening now and if the SSM vote is yes instead of NO it will be the end of the special bond of marriage.

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Just say NO

by on Aug.23, 2017, under Australian


It is written god created Adam and Eve and whether you choose to believe this or not man was created with a male and a female, it is who we were meant to be and was how our future was assured. Just because some minority groups think they are the chosen ones doesn’t mean it is the way it is meant to be or that we should be expected to accept it as normal.

Yes we have technology to make a baby without couples needing to have sex, however it still requires male semen and a woman’s egg and no amount of pretending changes this is how we are meant to be and how we can guarantee the future of humanity.

I really don’t care if 2 men or 2 women live together but it is not something we should be forced to accept as normal. It is not normality and it is not the reality of human evolution. Showing tolerance is one thing, however, it is not the way we are meant to be or we would have been born asexual, in the majority of these cases the offspring are merely clones and do not have individual characteristics. Of course in us this just is not the case and will never be the case.

We must accept the reproductive organs of a male and female are designed for each other and to ensure the continuance of human existence. Whether you believe in creationism or evolution there exist the need for a male and female to ensure the survival of humanity.

It is the harsh reality of human existence. Yes there will always be some individuals who for some reason are attracted to others of the same sex but it is a minority and their desires should not be considered as such a normal thing that we have to change our views just to appease these few.

Most of the noise of SSM is being made by the same Socialist anarchists who hijack every issue and try to shut down all opposing views. Unfortunately far too many in media enable these few and help push their causes and now this feeble attempt of a postal vote is being hijacked and the real plebiscite was blocked by the Socialists because they knew it could not be manipulated by them the way they can try with this postal vote.

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When Socialists take control of our Australia Day

by on Aug.22, 2017, under Australian

Socialist aborigines

3.3% of Australia’s population is ATSI and the rest of Australians don’t count as everything is being thrown towards these groups by Socialists and even our National Australia Day is being banished by some Victorian Socialist Councils. Supposedly because it upsets 3.3% of the population. But it is not the date, this date does not have significance except as the date the colonists planted their flag. But no matter what date is chosen it will mean the same to those who claim it celebrates the invasion of Australia.

Australia Day, however, is for 96.7% of Australians who celebrate our becoming the Nation we are and are or at least were proud of Australia. Although it was not until 1935 that 26 January became the official date for Australia Day, and although the celebration evolved since 1788 that date celebrates the official arrival of white settlers I n Australia and is a significant part of the white history of Australia.
The argument of Invasion day is void, the day of mourning is not factual. As far as anyone knows not one death, not one rape, no Aboriginals were enslaved on that day. I am not saying it never occurred just that this day is being hijacked by anarchists because it is an important date in the history of Australia. The true invasion day must be considered as around 1700 when white settlers first arrived in Australia not 26/1/1788
We need to concentrate on what is important in Australia and stop letting these minorities strip us of our identity and our pride in who we are. The SSM debate is for all Australians to decide, whether we want marriage between a man and woman sullied by the desires of 1% of the population with bullying tactics and ridiculous claims to silence the rest of our views.

The ATSI issue we have been addressing for years now We spend:
$73,425 million on Aboriginal Health
$166,518 million on Social security and welfare
each year specifically on ATSI population
Not once have I complained of this or had a issue with it as many have some specific health and employment issues, whether it is where they live or how they live. But these are specific funding for ATSI and have different rules from the majority of Australians.

We look after their Education need with special funding, Indigenous schools and colleges and ABSTUDY with different rules than those who can apply for AUSTUDY.
We have been giving special consideration for years and yet none of this is enough because of the activists driving the claims.

Yes ATSI people have been in Australia for 50,000 – 70,000 depending on who you listen to but that just means they colonized here a long time before the rest of Australians did and does not mention what happened to the people who were here prior to that, personally I don’t believe in dwelling on past events as it will never do anything for any of us. What matters is how we treat each other today and if we removed the Socialist activists stirring a mixture of bigotry and hatred and between ATSI and the rest of Australians things would be a lot more unified here.

But when these Socialist controlled councils cancel Australia Day celebrations except any the ATSI community are happy with it is just dividing Australia once more.
In a follow on with the Greens dominated Yarra Council, Darebin Council decision was placed In urgent business and a council dominated by 4 Greens, 2 Labor, 3 Independents including the Deputy Mayor who last year was found guilty of attempting to “intimidate” staff, inappropriately interact with or influence staff, while misrepresenting his position as a councilor and allegations that he attempted to undermine the position of the chief executive. Although he got a reprimand only it should be noted he is a ex Greens candidate also There was one councilor absent that meeting who was believed to have been a opposition voice to this decision.

Greens Mayor Cr Le Cerf brushed off suggestions the council was rushing a decision in the wake of the Yarra controversy.
“We are your elected representatives … that’s the way representative democracy works,” she said. And therein is the socialist idea of Democracy that 3.3% of the population is the priority over the 96.7% of the Nation

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High Court should be unable to rule in favor of these Politicians

by on Aug.21, 2017, under Australian


Below shows why the Senate cannot rule in favor of these politicians with dual citizenship.

Heather Hill (One Nation) was elected to the Senate in 1998. Her election was challenged in the High Court on the grounds that she held dual citizenship of Australia and the United Kingdom. The High Court in its 1999 decision, Sue v Hill ([1999] HCA 30), agreed that the dual citizenship made Heather Hill s election invalid because it contravened section 44(i.) of the Constitution.

After the 1998 election, Senator Brown put a Bill on the notice paper, it was debated on 15 May 2003. The Bill secured the support of the ALP Opposition, the Australian Democrats, Australian Progressive Alliance and Greens, as well as independents Shane Murphy and Brian Harradine of Tasmania. However, a Bill proposing an amendment to the Constitution must pass each chamber by an absolute majority (see the Constitution, section 128). When Senator Brown s Bill was put to the vote, it secured the majority of votes in the chamber, but fell short of an absolute majority by three votes. Had another three of the ALP Senators present on the day but absent from the chamber for the division been there for the vote, it is likely that the Bill would have passed the Senate. However, unless there was a change in the government’s view, it would have faced defeat in the House of Representatives.

On 30 October 2003, the Senate passed a motion moved by Australian Democrats Senator Andrew Bartlett, expressing the Senate s view that sections 44(i.) and 44(iv.) of the Constitution should be amended to remove the current prohibition on dual citizens and public sector employees being able to nominate for election to the Commonwealth Parliament.
As you see this issue has been ongoing for years and this current batch caught up in this have no excuses for not knowing, and as this issue never received the majority it needed to take this to a Referendum, we cannot accept these dual Nationals to be cleared by the High Court regardless of anyone’s personal view.

In this case if the Coalition had supported this bill in 2003 they would we could have had referendum to change this in our Constitution and if the people agreed they could have been spared this embarrassment. However, they let it slide and now must pay the consequences as Section 44(i) is very clear and the High Court already ruled on this issue in its 1999 decision against Heather Hill ruling her election invalid due to her dual citizenship.

Section 44 of the Constitution sets out restrictions on who can be a candidate for Federal parliament. In full it reads:
44. Any person who –
(i.) Is under any acknowledgement of allegiance, obedience, or adherence to a foreign power, or is a subject or a citizen or entitled to the rights or privileges of a subject or citizen of a foreign power: or
(ii.) Is attainted of treason, or has been convicted and is under sentence, or subject to be sentenced, for any offence punishable under the law of the Commonwealth or of a State by imprisonment for one year or longer: or
(iii.) Is an undischarged bankrupt or insolvent: or
(iv.) Holds any office of profit under the Crown, or any pension payable during the pleasure of the Crown out of any of the revenues of the Commonwealth: or
(v.) Has any direct or indirect pecuniary interest in any agreement with the Public Service of the Commonwealth otherwise than as a member and in common with the other members of an incorporated company consisting of more than twenty-five persons:
shall be incapable of being chosen or of sitting as a senator or a member of the House of Representatives.
But sub-section iv. does not apply to the office of any of the Queen s Ministers of State for the Commonwealth, or of any of the Queen s Ministers for a State, or to the receipt of pay, half pay, or a pension, by any person as an officer or member of the Queen s navy or army, or to the receipt of pay as an officer or member of the naval or military forces of the Commonwealth by any person whose services are not wholly employed by the Commonwealth.
The section operates in conjunction with several other elements of the Constitution and Commonwealth legislation to define who can stand for parliament, as well as conditions under which a seat may be declared vacant. The main other provisions are:
• sections 16 and 34 of the Constitution, which set down the qualifications of senators and members, until the Parliament otherwise provides.
• Section 43, which provides that a member of either House shall be incapable of being chosen or sitting as a member of the other House.
• section 45 of the Constitution, which specifies the circumstances under which a Member or Senator s seat will be declared vacant. It includes any situation where a Senator or Member becomes subject to any of the elements of section 44, above
• section 93 of the Commonwealth Electoral Act 1918, which sets out who is entitled to vote.
• section 163 of the Commonwealth Electoral Act, which basically states that a person who is entitled to vote under section 93 is therefore entitled to be a candidate at an election.

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Domestic violence must be taken seriously

by on Aug.06, 2017, under Australian


AVO’s are nothing more than a joke and it is time to have some new rules in place, new penalties and some form of monitors alerting a special police group of AVO offender’s location if they are close to the victim.
On 28 July we had a 76 yo lady who was terrorized and beaten by her 76 year old ex and while on a AVO he shot her as she was trying to escape him.
This week we learned about a tomahawk attack on a woman in Tasmania who had, two days earlier, filed a protection order against her partner. Police say the alleged incident took place in front of stunned onlookers at a Woolworths store in Howrah’s Shoreline Plaza.
The woman was taken to hospital and the man was arrested and charged with two counts of breaching a family violence order and one count of wounding.
Just a decade ago a woman standing on the steps of the Family Law Court in Parramatta, Sydney when her ex-husband fired five shots into her body.
It was an act of revenge over the pair’s falling out and an ongoing dispute over custodial rights to their four children.
In her hand was paperwork for an apprehended violence order (AVO) against the shooter, Hoss Majdalawi, a Jordanian migrant. It was not the first time she had gone to the courts for protection.
In 2015 Sydney woman Leila Alavi did what she was supposed to do. The 26-year-old filed an AVO against her estranged husband, Mokhtar Hosseiniamraei, after he became violent.
She left him, seeking refuge at women’s shelters before she was turned away because there were no beds. She moved in with her sister, Mitra Alavi, in a unit in the inner west suburb of Waterloo.
On January 27, 2015, her body was found inside her Holden Astra with wounds police now know where inflicted with a pair of scissors.
In 2014 The Sydney woman had a AVO against her husband who he accused her of cheating. His suspicions turned to anger and, he made good on a deadly promise and beat her to death with a broomstick until it snapped.
An agreed statement of facts revealed Mrs Tannous had told police her husband was stalking her in 2012, and he had “threatened to kill her if she terminated the relationship”.
These are just a few of many of these stories. But many others on AVO’s still breach these orders and harass those seeking protection from them. Many others are not seeking AVO’s as they know it is not protecting them and they remain vulnerable to their abuser.
The only finger I am pointing is at our politicians who are more concerned with same sex marriage than this far more important issue. We need National laws on this and to strengthen these laws to protect the vulnerable from Domestic violence. It is no use burying the victims with their AVO, we must take this issue and stop it from being able to reach this stage and we need our law makers to do their real job and change the laws to truly help these victims.

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