I have never incited violence nor called for anyone to be killed. Nor would I.

Yet I remain entangled in legal action against me that has been waged for three-and-a-half years, has cost more than $300,000 and caused me to be subjected to a three-day trial which included three hours being cross-examined by a hostile Senior Counsel.

Despite winning my case, my legal nightmare is far from over.  My accusers, using their taxpayer-funded LGBT law firm, have appealed.

Yet this week we learn that Muslim hate preachers who called for the killing of Jews and expressed “joy” at the atrocities committed by Hamas, will face no legal sanction. Nada.

New South Wales Police and the Australian Federal Police have dropped their investigations.

Allahu Akbar.

My “crime” was that I said LGBTIQA+ drag queens who impose their gender fluid ideology and sexualised personas on little children were “dangerous role models”.

I stand by this and will not recant.

I remain in more trouble than an Islamist Imam calling for a second holocaust of the Jews “from the river to the sea.” A second bloody holocaust.

What has become of Australia?

To say I feel like a bear with a sore head is putting it mildly.

State and federal anti-vilification laws land people like me, Kirralie Smith, Israel Folau, Andrew Thorburn, Louise Elliot, Sal Grover and countless others in trouble for offending the sensibilities of LGBTIQA+ political activists.

I have never said anything “homophobic” or “transphobic”. One of my accusers even admitted in court I had never vilified him because of his sexuality or gender identity. You can read the transcripts.

Yet I’ve been dragged through compulsory mediation in the Queensland Human Rights Commission (twice) and subjected to years of legal action in the Queensland Civil and Administrative Tribunal.

Where are our taxpayer-funded human rights commissions when Jewish Australians face genocidal cries in Western Sydney Islamic centres or on the steps of the Opera House?

“When a preacher can call for a jihad and support a listed terrorist organisation and get away with it, there is something seriously wrong with the laws of our country,” Executive Council of Australian Jewry co-CEO Alex Ryvchin told The Australian.

When those of us who call out the harms to children of gender fluid ideology and its experimental medical treatments which leave them infertile and mutilated, LGBTIQA+ activists lawyer-up and cry “hate speech”.

The Australian reported in November that “Wissan Haddad, who runs the Al Madina Dawah Centre, preached a sermon citing Islamic scripture and parables that referenced ‘the end of times when Muslims would be fighting the Jews and ‘the trees will speak’.”

He went on to say: “They will say ‘oh Muslim, there is a yahud (Arabic for Jew) behind me, come and kill him’.”

Israel Folau was sacked from the Wallabies for quoting the Bible.

Haddad, who also uses the name Abu Ousayd, is free to use the Koran to incite violence at Friday prayers.

I am entangled in my fourth year litigation for alleged “hate speech” because of my concern for the safety of children.

Yet Ousayd has never been compelled, under threat of being fined and arrested, to attend a mediation with the Jewish community whom he has deeply offended and helped put in a state of fear for their physical safety.

Offend and LGBTIQA+ activist, as my political commentary did, and the full force of the law is brought to bear.

I believe in freedom of speech but as I said at my trial in QCAT, incitement to violence or crying “fire” in a theatre is where it should be limited.

But I have never incited violence and this was proven in the court case I won.

Yet Muslim hate preachers can count the Nazi-like slaughter of Jews as “joy” and livestream calls for their killing and genocide without a squeak from the human rights commission.

Politicians spooked by LGBTIQA+ political activists dare not re-balance our anti-free speech laws to protect those of us who since marriage was de-gendered find ourselves in legal trouble for upholding what was once common sense.

Politicians spooked by a large Muslim population who do not love our values dare not enforce even the flawed Section 18C of the federal Racial Discrimination Act.

Something is wrong with Australia.

Action: Fight for free speech, become a supporter and/or member of Family First.