Bernard Gaynor ( – ) an advocate against political correctness
As a result of his defence of Christian values, Bernard Gaynor has been dismissed from his Defence Force position and has incurred $200,000 in legal costs fighting what have been termed frivolous cases against him. He and his family have been forced to change their address.
Bernard Gaynor is a conservative Catholic who has the courage to speak up when politically-correct totalitarianism demands silence.
He is deeply interested in the loss of values in modern society and its impact on all aspects of life – particularly politics – and he is prepared to break all boundaries of political correctness to get his point across.
With a background in military intelligence, Arabic language and culture (including three deployments to Iraq with the Australian Army) he is also critical of modern thinking and quick to defend Australia’s way of life.
As a married father of seven children, he is an advocate for family values that work; the protection of children and all life; and the preservation of Australian society from those who would replace its Christian heritage.
In defending Christian values, Bernard Gaynor has been dismissed from his Defence Force position and has incurred $200,000 in legal costs fighting what have been termed frivolous cases against him. He and his family have been forced to change their address.
Australia At War Against Christianity – Bernard Gaynor
In the last three or four years we’ve seen numerous churches burnt down especially in Victoria. Bernard included the churches vandalised during the marriage campaign, supporters threatened, an attack on the Australian Christian Lobby headquarters, and people losing their jobs. This is all because we believe in marriage between a man and a woman. This was occurring before the law was changed so there is definitely an attack on Christian thought in Australia. We need to have the courage and the strength to stand up and defend our values.
Mr Gaynor, a conservative blogger, has so far been the subject of about 36 homosexual vilification or victimisation complaints lodged by Mr Burns with the NSW Anti-Discrimination Board, resulting in at least 18 NSW Civil and Administrative Tribunal cases, and litigation in the NSW Local Court, Supreme Court, Court of Appeal and High Court. He has spent more than $200,000 fending off the legal complaints and has been forced to sell his house.
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