Quote of the Day: Interplay between logic and gobbledegook

The Quote of the Day Friday, October 16 (actual quote was made a few days ago): Guardian journalist to a colleague who was spat upon, in the face, by feral leftwing protesters, whilst covering the...

Tolerance in the heart of London

This video is one of the most heart warming things you will ever see on the internet. A clash of the extremisms, without the violence, at Speakers's Corner in Hyde Park, London. Muslims have...

It’s a bird… It’s a plane… It’s Super-union!

Two of Australia's most well know unions are proposing to merge and form what will be Australia's largest union. The proposed merger will see the Construction, Forestry, Mining and Energy Union (CFMEU) and the Maritime...

How to solve the Middle East Migrant Crisis: Bribe Turkey

The language in this article from the BBC, on talks between the EU and Turkey on how to stem the flow of migrants into Europe, displays the self awareness of a goldfish.  Then again,...

Europe will become a Caliphate: But they will just call it Europe

If you are trying to gaslight or brainwash the citizens of a country into accepting, at least outwardly, a lie about the nature of their reality, a great way to do it is to...

Convicted terrorist stabbed police officer in Berlin – shot dead.

It was reported last month that a convicted terrorist, Rafik Y, was shot dead in Berlin, after stabbing a police officer in the neck.  It must be noted that he was not one of...

To insult and offend

"Labor senator Jenny McAllister called on Liberals backing change to provide a list of the insults and offences they want people to be allowed to say if the law is changed." Challenge accepted (notwithstanding...

Quote of the Day: Two things that ISIS hate

The contributors to The XYZ are among of the smartest and wittiest you will ever meet. Keating and Boethius get our joint Quote of the Day, respectively, for these absolute pearlers: "Congratulations West Ham the...

Where are the migrants’ families?

Alright here is something you may want to consider: This document shows that all those 20 to 30 year old fellas have the right to reunify their families once they are successful asylum seekers -...

Israel under siege (yet again)

I apologise, the title of this story is rather misleading. Israel isn't under siege again, Israel is perpetually under siege. The siege on Israel is like a disease that is always there, but flairs...

Say it with a Picture: Notice to men – don’t read the walls

In this latest instalment of Say it with a Picture, we examine the subconscious messages delivered to men, by advertisements in public places which are purported to empower women.  Many a verbose, psuedo-psychoanalyical article...

What is wrong with this… Shameless lie(s) for cash

Welcome to The XYZ's latest instalment of "What is wrong with this..." The latest doozy comes from Terre des Hommes, "a network of ten national organisations working for the rights of children and to...

Turnbull on Dastyari: “I never realised he had such a whiney voice”

Originally published October 14, 2015. Federal Labor Senator, Sam Dastyari used his first day in his newly promoted role on the opposition front bench to launch a personal attack on the Australian Prime Minister, renowned...

Food for thought – Cayman Caribbean Cash-in

Labor NSW senator, Sam Dastyari, has today used parliamentary privilege to charge PM Turnbull with not playing “by the same rules as the rest of us”. Apparently the PM’s offshore investments in the Cayman...

Labor’s only hope

Yesterday I wrote a piece foreshadowing the collapse of the Labor Party. While I think Labor is facing a very serious identity and electoral crisis, there is still one constituency, and flicker of hope that...

Breaking: George Lucas remasters The Phantom Menace to make it less crap

In breaking news, The XYZ can reveal that in the lead up to the new Star Wars movie, The Force Awakens, due out on December 17, 2015, he will be releasing digitally remastered versions...

The Collapse of the Australian Labor Party

Things aren't looking too peachy for the Australian Labor Party right at the moment. And I'm not just talking about the bounce in the polls that the Coalition has received since the rise of Malcolm...

Food for thought – If it feels this good it can’t be Wong?

Lots happening today in the news. Woke to find ‘The 3 Progressives’ (Turnbull, Shorten and Di Natale) spruiking a ‘Day of Unity’ where people were encouraged to attend a local Mosque. Data retention laws...

Neil is our nominee for Grand Mufti

Mr Neil El-Kadomi, the head of the Parramatta Mosque favoured by teenage terrorist Farhad Jabar, has a problem with his Grand Mufti. According to Neil, the Mufti is not living up to his rather...

Food for thought – United Patriots Front

Last night, after a long evening shift, I tuned into a re-run of the ABC’s 7:30 Report, where the national broadcaster aired their narrative on the United Patriots Front (UPF). As expected this notoriously...