The Australian Defence Force has issued a booklet (available in PDF format) called, “Guide to Religion and Belief in the Australian Defence Force”.
Section 1.1 defines the legislation the ADF operates under. The Federal Parliament has passed the following laws according to the dictates of the United Nations:
- Australian Human Rights Commission Act 1986
- Age Discrimination Act 2004
- Disability Discrimination Act 1992
- Racial Discrimination Act 1975
- Sex Discrimination Act 1984
- Racial Discrimination Act 1975
The booklet then states:
Part II, paragraph 9 of the Racial Discrimination Act states:
“It is unlawful for a person to do any act involving a distinction, exclusion, restriction or preference based on race, colour, descent or national or ethnic origin which has the purpose or effect of nullifying or impairing the recognition, enjoyment or exercise, on an equal footing, of any human right or fundamental freedom in the political, economic, social, cultural or any other field of public life.”
It goes on to try and define Religion and Belief:
“The term ‘religion’ is difficult to define as there are no solid parameters that are able to be applied to all religious belief systems or systems of faith. Religion is referred to in the legislation as any recognised religion, religious belief or similar philosophical belief that offers a way to find meaning and purpose in life. The phrase ‘or belief’ is also used because it encompasses non-religious beliefs. The term ‘religion or belief’ encompasses theistic, non-theistic and atheistic beliefs.”
Click here to download the PDF Guide to Religion and Belief in the Australian Defence Force
Allowing islam into the military
Once we understand these definitions and the laws being applied it is easy to understand why we have seen the ADF accept and employ moslems like Mona Shindi. When Mona signed on she wore the ordinary uniform all Naval personnel do. But as islam has expanded its influence politically she has since taken to wearing the hijab — forcing her religious beliefs on others around her simply by wearing what is recognized as religious garb. This is divisive and unsettling.
Islam is a total immersion, totalitarian legal, political, economic, social, and military system of government wrapped in a thin skin of religion.
Islam has been at war with all other religions since Mohammad started his religion. If we compare the criteria in Part II, paragraph 9 above in bold, for judging racial discrimination and the definition of Islam we see very close parallels. Islam is much more than a religion. It is a total immersion system of government. Therefore, it is inappropriate for our military to allow any islamist to serve. We can never be sure if/when an islamist will apply sharia law above Australian law. Forcing our military to accept islamic garb as part of our military uniform is a form of imposing sharia law on our military.
Mona Shindi’s behaviour in the recent past has proved that we are right to be worried about allowing islamists into the military.
Transgenders in the ADF
The Defence Guide also defines Sexual Orientation Policies:
“Australian legislation and Defence policy make it unlawful to discriminate against a person based on their race, religion or sexual orientation. These policies have the potential to conflict because some religions have specific beliefs about sexual orientation.
The right for Defence personnel to be treated in a fair and inclusive manner in the workplace applies equally to all members regardless of their religion or belief, or sexual orientation. In accordance with the Principles of Equity and Diversity (DI(G) PERS 501 Equity and Diversity in the Australian Defence Force paragraph 7), personnel are expected to treat each other with respect and dignity and recognise that all people are different and value these differences.”
As a result we have seen serving members, some in high ranking positions such as Group Captain Catherine “Cate” McGregor, not only undergo a sex change, but our tax dollars have paid for the transition.
When we see military personnel cavorting with homosexuals in a brash street demonstration designed to force people to accept sexual perversions, including paedophilia, it is clear that the United Nations Acts forced on Australia are undermining our moral fiber and the good name of our military. Past generations of men and women who served and fought for our freedoms must be turning in their graves.
The question arises, “How can we trust someone who has undergone a sex change to make sane, rational decisions when a sex change involves hormone therapy, and an attempt to emulate something they were not born as?”
Hormones affect our ability to think, to make rational decisions.
As an example, what would happen if a male soldier underwent a sex change from male to female, then served on the front line? Could his/her fellow soldiers rely on that person to behave as a male soldier would?
While this situation may not have arisen yet, the possibility is there while our ADF and the government are under submission to the Communist United Nations laws.
Cutting off one’s sexual equipment and substituting it with a facsimile of the opposite sex does not change the basic DNA makeup of a person. A male who undergoes a sex change is still fundamentally a male, no matter how much makeup and how many dresses he wears.
Australia needs to become a Sovereign nation, under thrall to no other nation or entity. The United Nations polices being employed by our government and military are based on Agenda 21, Agenda 2030 (click on the link to read what it is), both proven UN communist agendas designed to bring in One World Government and deprive us of all human rights except those defined by the UN, then we have a big problem.
How can our military operate efficiently and protect our nation when it answers to an outside form of government control, the Communist UN?