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QANTAS: CEO should keep sexual proclivities in his bedroom

The homosexual push—a new form of caliphate
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by Chaucer
Qantas has a very arrogant CEO in Mr Joyce

The propaganda: “you’re one of us, you just don’t know it yet.”

Qantas CEO Alan Joyce, knowing nothing about Aussie culture, laughs in the face of age-old Australian custom. There are three thing not discussed in public, religion, politics and wife—i.e., love life!

This LGBTIQ downshouting promoted by the proud homosexual, Alan Joyce, under the nation’s Flying Kangaroo has made a hop too far. His euphoria of being queer, in the minds of many, appears bolstered by overt bravado for his sexual bent. And the downshouting like his which fills the airwaves against anyone disapproving, or even blase about sexual proclivities, appear sometimes to be bordering on a degree of mental fragmentation driven by self-loathing and/or guilt.

Who is the real bully in this aggressive LGBTIQ playground?

Strangely, the precious Alan Joyce seemed shocked that a brazen contrarian unwilling to share a homosexual’s confusing passage in life did shove a lemon cream pie in his face at a public meeting. The man said he objected to Qantas being used by Mr Joyce to impose his personal gay marriage crusade upon all Australians—here-here many would cheer. Except for a bloated ego, what injury could a cream pie cause? Nevertheless, Joyce is insisting the remorseful man face several charges for assault.

Joyce in The Australian: “No attempt at bullying us into suppressing our voice will work,” a defiant Mr Joyce said, vowing to step up his advocacy of same-sex marriage in response to the pie attack. “What happened yesterday has reinvigorated me, in actual fact. [It] has really encouraged me to continue to be out there and express my views even more strongly than I have done in the past.”

Such a dummy-spit is akin to the parade of mincing poodles seen strutting tight-arsed along the avenues of gay inner Sydney, lisping obscenities at bewildered straights. In rainbow tones blazoned one may be entertained from time to time by a lover’s spate where hormonal confusion manifests in feline bitchiness as claws are unsheathed.

In support of Joyce a gay man commented in The West Australian about the humiliation and degradation from a pie in the face gag. “You can’t recover from it on the spot, you can’t shake it off and you need to stay composed even though you are so filthy you need a shower and a dry cleaner. A citrus, creamy pie sticks to you like nothing else. You don’t feel clean for the rest of the day.” What utter bullshit! The pie was on his face, not from head to toe. The incident was at the Hyatt Regency Hotel. A luxury VIP room was on hand. And, Joyce’s salary of $13 million would no doubt provide several changes of suits, etc. My how they rally!

Alan Joyce needs to learn in terms just as forcefully as his advocacy for homosexuality that more than 95% of Australians don’t give a tuppenny stuff what a handful of poofs do in their in their bedrooms. Sexual dispositions are a private and personal matter that most “normal people” neither want to know about, care about nor share.

Joyce’s resolve to up his bullying to change the minds of those who view homosexuality as a perversion is deplorable. As he said—… express my views even more strongly than I have done in the past, is his right, but not preached from the pulpit of Qantas, a global brand that personifies the Aussie ethos. Under the guise of the now hijacked word “equality” the public are right to have such vigour tested—a Qantas boycott perhaps, as many have already done? He might find the flying public and shareholders are more interested in a Qantas profit rather than a Qantas sponsored LGBTIQ campaign to serve an aberrant minority.

The LGBTI crowd have become overreaching as they desperately seek acceptance for their sexuality. Why is it that heterosexuals feel no such need? It is not heterosexuals that contact companies and bully them to embrace gay marriage and threaten boycotts if they don’t. Our parliamentary system is experiencing an increase in relatively single-issue homosexuals. A minority passing laws that affect a nation, a nation in which Catholicism is strong. The Catechism of the Catholic Church # 2357: Homosexuality refers to relations between men or between women who experience an exclusive or predominant sexual attraction toward persons of the same sex. It has taken a great variety of forms through the centuries and in different cultures. Its psychological genesis remains largely unexplained. Basing itself on Sacred Scripture, which presents homosexual acts as acts of grave depravity, tradition has always declared that “homosexual acts are intrinsically disordered.” They are contrary to the natural law. They close the sexual act to the gift of life. They do not proceed from a genuine affective and sexual complementarity. Under no circumstances can they be approved.

Misery loves company and the LGBTIQ vanguard want to drag non-believers, the new “infidels”, through their mental conundrums on their journey in quest of unconditional acceptance, and approbation. The ramifications are well documented.

15.15% of LGBTI people aged 16 and over report current thoughts of suicide in the past 2 weeks. (see report below)

The National LGBTI Health Alliance Snapshot of Mental Health and Suicide Prevention Statistics for LGBTI People (July 2016) states:

LGBT people aged 16 and over scored an average K10 score of 19.6, indicating moderate psychological distress

15.15% of LGBTI people aged 16 and over report current thoughts of suicide in the past 2 weeks

37.2% LGBT people aged 16 and over reported being diagnosed or treated for any mental disorder in the past three years

35% of Transgender people aged 18 and over have attempted suicide in their lifetime

60% of people with an intersex variation aged 16 and over had thought about suicide on the basis of issues related to having congenital sex variation

20.3% LGBTI people aged 16 and over reported that they had been diagnosed with anxiety in their lifetime

30.5% of LGBT people aged 16 and over have been diagnosed or treated for depression in the last three years

16% of LGBTI young people aged 16 to 27 reported that they had attempted suicide.

For further information visit http://lgbtihealth.org.au/statistics

Private Lives 2 (2012) surveyed almost 4,000 LGBT people and found:

High rates of depression in same-sex attracted men (24% of sample), same-sex attracted women (33%), and transgender men (38%) and women (50%)

Nearly 80% had experienced at least one episode of intense anxiety in the 12-months prior to completing the survey.

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Source: News Corp

‘We won’t be suppressed’: Qantas boss Alan Joyce ‘reinvigorated’ by pie to the face.

No pies were thrown when Alan Joyce fronted the cameras at Parliament House on Wednesday, but plenty of punches were.

The Qantas boss returned serve not only to the West Australian man who delivered a creamy dessert to his face at a business breakfast, but to his critics on the Coalition frontbench who have insisted he ditch the airline’s public support for marriage equality.

Qantas boss responds to a pie being shoved in his face.

Alan Joyce says having a pie shoved in his face was ‘a new experience’.

Mr Joyce indicated he would push for charges against ex-farmer Tony Overheu, 67, who stormed the stage at a Perth business event on Tuesday to lodge a $25.95 lemon meringue pie in the chief executive’s face.

Mr Overheu told radio station 6PR he objected to Qantas’ support for marriage equality, which he labelled “corporate bullying aimed at social engineering”. He said he had been inspired by conversations at a weekend barbecue, where friends lamented “the subverting of our parliamentary process by activists”.

“Lemon meringue appeared to the softest, the least likely to do any injury,” he said.

The Qantas boss noted an email apology from Mr Overheu, but said he wasn’t sure it expressed any actual regret.

Qantas earned the ire of conservatives in March when Mr Joyce was among 20 top business leaders who wrote to Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull urging him to legalise same-sex marriage without a plebiscite.

Immigration Minister Peter Dutton led the fiery response, instructing Mr Joyce and others to “stick to their knitting” and dubbing their intervention in social policy debates “unacceptable”.

On Wednesday, Mr Joyce responded publicly for the first time, insisting he would not be silenced.

“We live in a democracy. We’re allowed to talk, we’re allowed to be vocal, we’re allowed to say what we believe,” he said.

We live in a democracy. We’re allowed to talk, we’re allowed to be vocal, we’re allowed to say what we believe

“I have every intention to continue to be vocal on those social and community issues. It’s important for our shareholders, our employees and our customers. It’s called good corporate social responsibility.”

Tuesday night’s budget flagged $170 million for a same-sex marriage plebiscite under “fiscal risks”, in case the Senate reverses its decision to block the legislation.

Mr Joyce said it was very clear to him a plebiscite was “a bad idea” and “would bring out the worst type of behaviours and would encourage the type of [pie-throwing] situation we saw yesterday.”

Equality Campaign director Tiernan Brady said the pie episode was a warning to all participants in the same-sex marriage debate that words “can inflict real damage and can lead to incidents such as this”.

“Attacks like this have no place in Australian life,” he said.

{ 17 comments… add one }
  • Xword 18/05/2017, 6:59 am

    Help save a tiger for $15 a month? Love to but can’t afford to … Help save a Somali orphan for $15 a month? Not really thanks … Help Tony Overheu with upcoming legal fees for $15 a month? Where can I send the cash?

  • Peter Sandery 18/05/2017, 7:42 am

    Allan Joyce like those other corporate heavies who think SSM should have a greater priority on their time than advocating for sound governance, such as governments living within their mean and ours, do their share holders no good whatsoever and such behaviour could well, in my opinion come under the rubric of fiduciary irresponsibility.

  • Lorraine 18/05/2017, 8:23 am

    poor little Irish odd ball,

  • Crankykoala 18/05/2017, 9:26 am

    Poor little old Joycey, he should organise a secret ballot (plebiscite) within Qantas, employees and shareholders, to see if they share his commitment to same sex marriage. After all he seems to be bullying staff to take to wearing a “broken” ring!

  • Jack Richards 18/05/2017, 9:26 am

    We are definitely in the end times.

  • Ozisceptic 18/05/2017, 9:55 am

    I read he had banned Overheu for life from flying on any Qantas flight (or its partner airlines ). Why? Is he a security risk?
    He should discuss these decisions with his board before acting, just wait till the social media of the traditional marriage demographic groups in the USA get onto this, Qantas will be in their cross hairs.

  • Graham 18/05/2017, 10:44 am

    Joyce is a little man with a little man syndrome and a raging queer to boot.

    Why doesn’t he sod off and advocate SSM in some of the countries his airline flies to, Malaysia, Dubai? No, the perverted little prat knows he can get away with it in Australia….bloody coward!

  • Spinbuster 18/05/2017, 10:54 am

    When in doubt..vote them out. … But they won’t.
    Went to my sporting club yesterday.
    Only 2 out of the 10 guys in my circle of competitors had a clue about the politics we discuss on MM. (They were vocal and passionate, so thats a plus)
    The plebeians will do nothing until a cartoon of booze becomes financially out of reach or a shitty policy which affects them directly is rammed up their ass. (Pun stream intended)

    • Botswana O'Hooligan 18/05/2017, 4:05 pm

      Sadly, you are right SB, most people couldn’t care less, and most people do not know who their local member, State or Federal is.

  • nev 18/05/2017, 11:08 am

    A citrus, creamy pie sticks to you like nothing else. You don’t feel clean for the rest of the day.”
    Nah not true Joyce. All ozy’s know what sticks to a blanket (or any thing else for that matter) much better than citrus creamy pie.
    Your well published advocacy of the homosexual lifestyle and your proud self-inclusion in such activity must give you a heads up on what sticks best.
    So why are you moaning about a sticky cream pie?

  • Joe Blogs 18/05/2017, 2:10 pm

    Blogs thought the lemon meringue pie looked familiar If it was a Cheesecake Shop job, it was too good for Alison Joyce. A Poly Waffle would have been better suited.

  • Botswana O'Hooligan 18/05/2017, 4:16 pm

    That bloke, like all God botherers, is a bit much and it would be a toss up between blokes like him and shirt lifting Joyce, but any decent solicitor would have pie face Joyce on toast after the God botherer appears in court for the offence, is fined, hanged, or whatever, for it is a case of discrimination Triggsy on her red horse to handle, and if not her, the administrative appeals tribunal. By the way, it is not common knowledge, but that little shirt lifter jumped the Ansett ship just before it foundered. Each and every airline and aviation outfit in the galaxy invariably goes bust when the accountants get their hands on the head honcho’s job and the big Queenslander will be no different.

  • Biking Voter 18/05/2017, 5:51 pm

    13 million is not a salary, he is not worth that much salt. 13 million in this case is an obscenity.

  • Ozisceptic 19/05/2017, 9:03 am

    re…
    On Wednesday, Mr Joyce responded publicly for the first time, insisting he would not be silenced.
    “We live in a democracy. We’re allowed to talk, we’re allowed to be vocal, we’re allowed to say what we believe,” he said.

    Well, not really, Joyce is allowed to say this and that, but his employees have to stay silent if their views are different.

    • Joe Blogs 19/05/2017, 11:45 am

      They can say what they like, as long as they have their finger in a split annulus.

    • Bushkid 20/05/2017, 7:14 pm

      Exactly, I am allowed to talk, to be vocal, to say what I believe. If that is not to Mr Joyce’s liking, that’s his problem.

  • Bushkid 20/05/2017, 7:13 pm

    No attempt at bullying will convince me that I would ever vote in favour of so-called SSM. There was a time when I would have supported it, but after the past 12 – 18 months of blatant bullying, violence and threats to uninvolved people on the side lines (e.g. staff at the Sydney hotel that had to cancel a meeting due to threats and intimidation to their staff), I won’t be supporting the proposition. Let’s face it, it’s nonsense to encourage the tantrums and manipulative behaviour of a three-year-old, or anyone who behaves like one.

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