27 March 2018
In November of 2017 Ashfield gay man Daniel Comensoli raised a gay rainbow flag on his balcony to celebrate the “ YES “ vote in the Australian Marriage Law Postal Survey.
Julie Passas, a Liberal Councillor on the Inner West Council and resident of the Cecil Street Block where Mr Comensoli lived demanded the rainbow flag be taken down because she found it offensive to her religion and culture.
It was also alleged that Passas harassed the housemate of Mr Comensoli and pressured his neighbour to contact the owner of his unit informing that owner that they ( referring to Mr Comensoli and his room mate ) were “ not good people. “
It’s also alleged a note was slid under the door of Mr Comensoli’s unit by a man named Allan Jones in error as that note was meant for Passas unit and that Passas then encouraged the maintenance man to try and retrieve the note from under the door while Mr Comensoli was at home.
Mr Jones can be contacted on 0403-015-852 for verification.
Mr Comensoli was scared in his own home because of this pernicious conduct allegedly orchestrated by the well known gay jihadist Julie Passas.
Anti-Discrimination Campaigner Garry Burns has taken legal action against Passas under the Anti-Discrimination Act 1977 ( NSW ) where a Directions Hearing will take place at 12.30pm on Wednesday 28 March 2018 at Level 10, John Maddison Tower, 86-90 Goulburn Street, Sydney NSW 2000.
Mr Comensoli has made a statement along with a number of others in the unit block and all will attend the court and give evidence against Ms Passas over her alleged intimidation, stalking, harassment and unlawful vilification on the ground of homosexuality.
Mr Burns will subpoena all those who have signed letters and those letter writers will all have to attend court and be cross examined on what they’ve written and why and who encouraged them to write those letters.
Mr Burns alleges Passas has deliberately encouraged third parties to incitement of hatred against Mr Comensoli by getting neighbours and residents from outside the unit block to write letters that the rainbow flag hanging off Mr Comensoli’s apartment balcony was offensive.
Passas in her Affidavit to the President of the NSW Anti-Discrimination Board ( ADB ) stated she complained to the former Ashfield Commander about one of his male officers who she found offensive because unlike her he didn’t find the gay rainbow flag as offensive as the ISIS flag is a untruth because the Commander at the time was on leave.
The ISIS Flag and it’s believers calls for homosexuals to be killed by beheading and or be thrown off a roof top to their death.
Mr Burns said, “ Ms Passas you better hire yourself a good lawyer love because all of your well known homophobia is going to come back and bite you on your bottom like a pack of hungry piranha fish in a feeding frenzy and your duplicity will finally unravel like you’ve had a dose of uncontrolled flatulence.”
Mr Burns first met Ms Passas in 1993 when she was allegedly down in Ashfield Park in the early hours of the morning looking for homosexuals.
Mr Burns will also be a witness at the hearing because he has gone on the record by Affidavit setting out the events involving his knowledge of Julie Passas in 1993.
Solicitor for Passas