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on Wed, 07/02/2014 - 05:19
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Australian Candidate ordered by NSW Administrative Decisions Tribunal to apologise for opposing paedophile rights

It would seem this honourable lady  being assailed by sodomites, could do with    alternative information and guidance, so as  to review action and direction.

This is an urgent appeal for your help.

Tess Corbett, a Victorian political candidate at the recent election, has been ordered by the New South Wales Administrative Decisions Tribunal to apologise for comments she made opposing paedophile 'rights'.

That's right. A Christian candidate in Australia has been punished for speaking out against paedophilia. The case was brought against her by the homosexual activist and serial litigant, Gary Burns.

The good news is that an appeal has been launched to overturn this decision. A barrister has also agreed to represent Tess and help her fight this case. He is working pro-bono but there are still going to be costs associated with travel and administration.

Tess is on a pension and is a grandmother. She needs your help and she won't be able to fight this case without support.

If you can, please donate. Even $5 will make a big difference. If this is not possible, please spread the word by forwarding this information onto your family and friends who are concerned about the dangerous erosion of values in our society.

Account details are:

    National Australia Bank
    Name: Family Values Action Account
    BSB: 084 134
    Number: 39 446 4501

Tess will need about $2,000 just to fight the case. She stands a strong chance of success, but if we really want to win, we must take this fight out of the court room and into the lounge rooms of Australians, who would be rightly shocked at what has happened. Obviously this will be expensive, but we will make do with whatever we can.
All donations to this account will be used to fund the appeal and, if possible, to inform the public of this situation. Any leftover funds will be saved for future battles. It is my intention that an organisation be established at some point in the future precisely for this purpose. It will be needed.
If you are interested in reading more about this situation, you can find the Tribunal's decision here . I posted this blog in response, and the original news story about Tess is here.

Apart from the morality of this case, there are several legal issues of concern. These include jurisdiction and the limitations this decision will place on the rights of (Christian) political expression in Australia. Please pray that these important points of law will be re-examined and that the original decision will be overturned.
Finally, make no bones about it, there are serious moves afoot to normalise paedophilia. In America, a group called B4U-ACT has been established to remove the 'stigma' from 'minor-attracted' adults. It preaches that peadophilia is not a choice and that paedophiles are 'whole persons' who are to be 'respected'. It's motto is Living in Truth and Dignity and it claims on its website that removing the stigma surrounding paedophilia will not harm children! This was exactly the same methodology used to normalise homosexuality - a 'sexual orientation' now protected by human rights tribunals across Australia.

In 2011, B4U-ACT sponsored a conference designed to help remove the stigma surrounding paedophilia. Consequently, earlier this year the American Psychiatric Association reclassified paedophilia from a psychiatric disorder to a ' sexual orientation ', just as it did with homosexuality in 1973. It was only after an outcry that this classification was scrapped.

Now we need to make a big outcry in Australia to support Tess Corbett because things are no better here. For instance, the ANZ Bank is proud to sponsor the Mardi Gras, even though it is aware that children are exposed to sexually-explicit behaviour at this event. It's all part of the normalisation process.

This process will continue unless people like us do something to stop it.

Please, donate and do all that you can to spread this message

Thank you for your time and genorsity.

Bernard Gaynor
Christ is our King!

PS - If you wish to donate to help keep my blog going, you can do so here . Thank you to all those who have generously donated recently.

As a CONSTITUTIONALIST I must be careful not to place my own personal views in my writings, rather to remain impartial as much as possible in matters.
My views must be expressed regardless of who might be the parties.
I may however make known that in my view same sex marriage are not for states/Territories to determine and marriage was understood by the framers of the constitution to be between a man and a woman.
Those who are promoting same sex marriage used to complain that what they do in their bedroom should be their affairs. I agree.
However, now it is no longer (for decades actually) in their bedrooms but they are shoving it down or throats
and, while they were arguing that it was only about same sex marriages and would not lead to multiple partner marriages, bestiality and pedeophilia reality is that now the forces are on to pursue this to be accepted also.
Call it whatever you like the kind of arrangements, that now the forces are on that adults can marry not just under age children but those as soon as they are born, but I for one as a candidate in numerous elections never supported this kind of conduct.
Strangely enough the government never dared to take me on about this, perhaps because they know they are guaranteed to be defeated as I comprehensively did on 19 July 2006 with the Commonwealth of Australia.
Being a CONSTITUTIONALIST gives me the edge above lawyers and judges to know what my rights are.
Tess Corbett as a candidate in an election therefore likewise was well entitled to express her position.
The States are created within s106 of the constitution and “subject to this constitution” which includes all legal principles embedded in this constitution!
HANSARD 17-3-1898 Constitution Convention Debates
What a charter of liberty is embraced within this Bill-of political liberty and religious liberty-the liberty and the means to achieve all to which men in these days can reasonably aspire. A charter of liberty is enshrined in this Constitution, which is also a charter of peace-of peace, order, and good government for the whole of the peoples whom it will embrace and unite.
HANSARD 17-3-1898 Constitution Convention Debates
Mr. SYMON (South Australia).- We who are assembled in this Convention are about to commit to the people of Australia a new charter of union and liberty; we are about to commit this new Magna Charta for their acceptance and confirmation, and I can conceive of nothing of greater magnitude in the whole history of the peoples of the world than this question upon which we are about to invite the peoples of Australia to vote. The Great Charter was wrung by the barons of England from a reluctant king. This new charter is to be given by the people of Australia to themselves.
HANSARD 17-3-1898 Constitution Convention Debates
Mr. BARTON.- We can have every faith in the constitution of that tribunal. It is appointed as the arbiter of the Constitution. . It is appointed not to be above the Constitution, for no citizen is above it, but under it; but it is appointed for the purpose of saying that those who are the instruments of the Constitution-the Government and the Parliament of the day-shall not become the masters of those whom, as to the Constitution, they are bound to serve. What I mean is this: That if you, after making a Constitution of this kind, enable any Government or any Parliament to twist or infringe its provisions, then by slow degrees you may have that Constitution-if not altered in terms-so whittled away in operation that the guarantees of freedom which it gives your people will not be maintained; and so, in the highest sense, the court you are creating here, which is to be the final interpreter of that Constitution, will be such a tribunal as will preserve the popular liberty in all these regards, and will prevent, under any pretext of constitutional action, the Commonwealth from dominating the states, or the states from usurping the sphere of the Commonwealth.
It seems to me Tess Corbett has the constitutional right to express herself as a candidate as to what she stands for. Indeed, it is essential that the constituents are made aware of her position and if she is for or against certain conduct.
Obviously the NSW Administrative Decisions Tribunal would have had no jurisdiction to deal with the matter, for that it is a constitutional matter and as the NSW Administrative Decisions Tribunal is not a court invested with federal jurisdiction it had no judicial authority to adjudicate upon the matter if Tess Corbett had relied upon her constitutional rights. Still, by hindsight I view she can still appeal on this ground, even if she didn’t raise the ground before.
In Preston Ice and Cool Stores Pty Ltd. v. Hawkings (1955) V.L.R. 89; (1955) Austin Digest 337.
It was held that where there is a review/appeal the party having sought such review/appeal is not bound by the grounds used in the original hearing but may refer to other grounds even so, such grounds had not been upon which the original order was based.
I suggest this email is passed on to Tess Corbett and her lawyers, just in case they wish to use some of the content.
Constitutionalist & Consultant
Mr. G. H. Schorel-Hlavka O.W.B., GUARDIAN
107 Graham Road, Viewbank, 3084, Victoria, Australia
Ph (International) 61394577209
The content of this email and any attachments are provided WITHOUT PREJUDICE, unless specifically otherwise stated.
If you find any typing/grammatical errors then I know you read it, all you now need to do is to consider the content appropriately!

Katter urged to dump candidate over gay comments

Updated Fri 26 Apr 2013, 2:11pm AEST
Tess Corbett Photo: Tess Corbett has been pre-selected for the south-west Victorian seat of Wannon. (Hamilton Spectator: Abby Hamilton)
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Federal independent MP Bob Katter is being urged to dump an election candidate who likened homosexuality to paedophilia.

Tess Corbett has been preselected for Katter's Australia Party (KAP) in the south-west Victorian seat of Wannon.

Speaking to a local newspaper about Labor's anti-discrimination bill, she said people "should be able to discriminate" in some cases.

"I don't want gays, lesbians or paedophiles to be working in my kindergarten. If you don't like it, go to another kindergarten," she told the Hamilton Spectator.

When asked by the paper whether she considered homosexuals to be in the same category as paedophiles, Ms Corbett replied: "Yes."

"Paedophiles will be next in line to be recognised in the same way as gays and lesbians and get rights."

    We asked if this incident had changed your opinion of Katter's Australia Party. Read your comments.

The Liberal Member for Wannon, Dan Tehan, says Mr Katter should disendorse Ms Corbett.

"I think that Bob Katter definitely needs to seriously consider that," he said.

"The comments deserve to be condemned. I think they're a real test for Bob Katter.

"If he stands by these comments by an endorsed candidate of his party, he deserves outright condemnation as well."

Greens leader Christine Milne says KAP is fostering discrimination.

"Demeaning and abusing and undermining people who are gay, that is completely unacceptable," she said.

"For a long time people have thought of Bob Katter as some kind of joke, the man with the hat. Well, it's no joke."

Labor frontbencher Penny Wong, who is openly gay, says the comments do not reflect the values the vast majority of Australians have.

"I don't think bigotry has a place in our society," Senator Wong told DMG radio in Adelaide.

"The thing that always worries me when I hear these comments is I think about young gay and lesbian Australians, maybe some in country areas, who hear these things from public figures and the message they hear is that they're not OK.

"And I don't think that's a good message for any child to hear.

"To seriously say in today's Australia that someone who is gay is akin to a paedophile is completely offensive."
'Not afraid to say it'

Bernard Gaynor, a Queensland Senate nominee for KAP and the party's former national general secretary, defended Ms Corbett's comments via Twitter, writing: "I wouldn't let a gay person teach my children and I am not afraid to say it."

KAP has released a statement saying the party "will not be used by people to air and promote their own personal preoccupations".

The party's national director, Aidan McLindon, says the controversy surrounding Ms Corbett's comments is "a storm in a teacup".

He says the party's executive will look into the comments but he believes Ms Corbett has been misquoted.

"I'm not defending what she has or hasn't said, but I haven't seen anywhere her comparing gays and lesbians to paedophiles," he said.

"I certainly don't wish to enter that debate, but I certainly haven't seen it anywhere from her quotes that she's compared them.

"I think what she did say, and this is not defending anything she did or didn't say, but what she did say is that if we start giving minority groups such as gays and lesbians those rights, that would be the next step."

Mr McLindon says he expects the controversy to go away by tomorrow.

"Tomorrow you'll find that an MP from the Labor Party will tweet something to the Liberal Party and vice-versa," he said.

"It'll be a whole new controversy tomorrow.

"You can only do so much from a national director's point of view. That'll be something that we'll discuss in terms of how candidates conduct themselves, in terms of what the party stands for."

Yesterday Mr Katter told Fairfax Media Ms Corbett had made a "stupid statement" that detracts from the hard issues affecting farmers.

"If someone has made some statement like that, I'm bloody sure the party will be making arrangements," he said.

"The party is not interested in that, it never has been, never will be."

The ABC has sought a response from Ms Corbett.


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Forensic proof @garyburnsblog threatens to rape/sodomize/murder for the gay lobby's cause!

Also see part II (part 3 coming soon)


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Even gays hate him so much they give me radio interviews on gay radio because of him...

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