Monday, 31 October 2016

Vexatious serial complainent Gary (a.k.a. Garry) Burns has his wings clipped

This court decision, concerning the complaints bought against this blog by the serial complainant, came out yesterday:-

General comment 

The Lawfare Professor didn't have quite enough ammunition to mow down the Fall Guy. But he came close - and has probably clipped a few wings in the Cultural Change (Gender Issues) department of the Anti-Discrimination Board of New South Wales. They will think twice in future about relying on this troubled person for manufacturing - on an industrial scale - homosexual vilification complaints against conservatively-minded or religiously-minded bloggers in the state of New South Wales, Australia. The blogger mentioned in this decision (Sunol) has been recently issued with a court order to pay *into the patsy's pocket* $53,000 for prior adverse rulings by this tribunal. Those who believe there is free speech in New South Wales are ignorant about these homosexual vilification laws. It's not a problem in other states of Australia (with the exception of Tasmania) where these homosexual and transgender provisions are wisely not included in the Anti Discrimination (Public Speech) laws. When analysed in an engineering sense, the root cause of problems like you read here is the homosexual vilification laws themselves, which have led to hundreds of complaints by the one person for financial gain. This extraordinary situation, if it were not so serious, would make a great comedy that would rival that movie The Castle, and rival that book The Trial by Franz Kafka. This story is being written up and the narrative is all that is needed to show something is rotten in the city of Sodom. The city needs to be protected from fire and brimstone, and that's more important than laws designed to normalise what is not normal, to pave the way for the ultimate expression of absurdity: re-defining marriage and defining homosexuality as no different than heterosexuality. Aristotle could see what we see. He said "the greatest form of inequality is to try to make unequal things equal".
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