Abbott “Razor Gang” – XYZ predicts the future

Prime Minister Tony Abbott has announced the creation a "Razor Gang," in order to instil "root and branch reform" to "restore public confidence" in the parliamentary entitlement system. The XYZ has never been shy of...

The aim of the game

John Roskam wrote an excellent piece in yesterday's Financial Review, on the issue of racism in Australia. Roskam notes that "one of the things we've learned is that in Australia, the reaction of authorities to...

He said Jehovah! On name calling and offence taking.

There was a time when one could get one’s self quite literally killed for saying the wrong thing, at the wrong time, in the wrong company. As High Priest John son-of-Cleese found, quite painfully,...

Quote of the Day 07/08/2015 – XYZ nails it!

The XYZ has received a great deal of feedback, both positive, and, ah.... constructive, especially in recent weeks as our traffic has really started to gain some momentum.  We deeply appreciate all who have...

Mob rules

Here is a nice contribution from Joe Hildebrand on the social media lynch mob, right now hard at work tearing down what remains of the Enlightenment in Australia, and around the Western world. Joe rightly...

How did Anjem Choudary become a hate preacher?

Anjem Choudary has over the last few years, perhaps become the world's most famous Western based Islamic hate preacher. He has become the media's go-to-man for the Islamic 'extremist' opinion, or simply the Islamic...

Sam Newman attacks non-inclusive AFL

So we have a multicultural round, an indigenous round, a women's round, and now expressions of gay pride at the footy. The Footy Show's Sam Newman to the AFL. “I am a white, Anglo...

Happy 50th birthday, Singapore

Singapore is preparing to kick off its Golden Jubilee weekend with carnivals, concerts and celebrations, marking its 50th Anniversary as a nation. It is incredible to think that Singapore emerged from the events following the...

Food for Thought: Hypocritical Green hate of nuclear

I’ve noticed a lot of Greens supporters, that communicate with me, seem to know little about the technology they rail against nor do they care what the consequences are if we don’t incorporate this...

Wally of the Week: Tony Burke

The self righteous pursuer of now former Speaker Bronwyn Bishop, Labor MP Tony Burke, is our Wally of the Week, named after Everybody's Favourite Muslim Apologist (TM) Waleed Aly. Tony was putting on the po-faced...

Public shaming begins

The politics of revenge, point scoring, and public shaming begins. Led by, who else but The Age - "Independent always." LOL. http://www.theage.com.au/afl/afl-news/push-to-remove-shock-jock-alan-jones-from-scg-trust-over-goodes-outburst-20150806-gitd0b.html

Losing my Religion

The Greens don't generally have much in common with the Catholic Church, and are, in general terms, normally quite quick to point out the church's faults, a characteristic they do not apply universally of...

Greens propose new Australian flag

In breaking news, the Australian Greens propose a new national flag: It's the XYZ.

Food for thought: Anjem Choudary booked

British Islamic extremist and hate preaching cleric, Anjem Choudary was yesterday charged by police. Choudary faces a charge of inviting support for a proscribed organisation, namely the Islamic State. It looks as if justice might finally...

Lone Pine – 100 years ago today

On the afternoon of 6 August 1915, 100 years ago today, the Battle of Lone Pine commenced, and would continue for four days, until 10 August. Like the disastrous frontal assault across open ground...

The Greens: taking credit for things (as usual)

Oh dear. The Greens have gotten themselves embroiled in another social media controversy. Ellen Sandell, a Victorian Greens state MP has been "accused of defiling the Aboriginal flag." The Herald Sun reported today that "Ms Sandell outraged...

Dropping the bomb on Japan

Today is the 70th anniversary of the dropping of the Hiroshima atomic bomb, combined with the bombing of Nagasaki, these events brought about the surrender of the Japanese and the end of the Second...

The Greens – state funded activism

Personally speaking, Boethius would much prefer something like the Summernats to Mardi Gras, but even if elected to the senate for the Motoring Enthusiasts Party on 0.75% of the vote, would not presume to...

ABC revising Hiroshima history

On the 70th anniversary of Hiroshima, the ABC summarises the talking points (possibly from inside the cafe at Trades Hall or some organic coffee joint on a campus nearby): A land invasion by American forces...

The gift that keeps on giving

The use of public funds for private or fund raising activity by politicians is a scandal that threatens to snowball. We at The XYZ simply cannot resist the urge to push more snow down...