One Nation Senator Lifts the Veil on the Cultural Marxist Agenda


You could have knocked me over with a feather when Donald Trump mentioned the reptilian in the room the other night, illuminating (if you’ll pardon the pun) Hillary Clinton’s connection to everyone’s favourite lizard person George Soros. Soros with his meddling in the destabilisation of Europe, bankrolling of BLM terrorists, and other nefarious activities, almost singlehandedly made many of David Icke’s most crazy sounding theories seem that much more plausible.

Australia also has a new voice exposing the Cultural Marxist fifth column to sunlight. Sure, some of our conservative commentators are great. But the Achilles heel of conservative commentary has always been crippling politeness. To quote Sean Connery in The Untouchables, when the Regressive Left show up with a knife, you’d better bring a gun. None of this Queensberry Rules nonsense.

As XYZ’s Moses Aposticus, Brietbart’s Milo Yiannopoulis, and others have noted, there is no honour in being a polite, vanquished loser. Pauline Hanson learned the hard way that being relatively polite only results in persecution. In her case, becoming Australia’s first political prisoner. So did Donald Trump after the first debate. Both now realise that when your ideological opponents cross the line in the sand and draw a new one, you need to advance to it without giving any quarter.

One Nation Senator Brian Burston just made his maiden speech, and it was brilliant:

He eloquently articulated many of the concerns of mainstream Australia in regard to media in a manner that was so stark, so undeniable, and so unprecedented that it may cement him as one of the most important conservative political voices in Australia.
Others, including Tony Abbott, picked around the edges of the same bandaid. But again, politeness that was undeserved by the treacherous Cultural Marxists at the ABC proved to be his undoing. Brian Burston has ripped that Bandaid straight off without hesitation to expose the festering wound of Regressive Leftism beneath.

I’m going to make the bold statement that Brian Burston is the most important fighter to emerge from the Maitland region since Les Darcy. The ABC should definitely be worried, because he’s come out swinging.

It’s your XYZ.

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  • Steve B

    Go Bruce Burston, you’re giving all the lefties piles
    Go Burston, go Bruce Burston
    Go Bruce Burston unleash your verbal crocodiles
    Go Burston, go Bruce Burston
    Expose their farce
    And kick their arse
    Bruce Burston

  • Johann

    Great maiden speech by the Senator. Fantastic.
    He articulated brilliantly everything I have been thinking about over the last several years.
    I loved the way he gouged the subversive troika of ABC / SBS / NITV.

    Of course, today the fifth columnist lefty media are already attacking him. Despicable rats.

    I am looking forward to the next Federal election where I am sure One Nation will get even stronger and stinking Labor and the cowardly Coalition will be further reamed.

    Well done Senator Burston.

  • justmeanu

    Read it too fast, and what the hell did the microphone do to you?

  • Karen Dwyer

    It was his maiden speech and he was, understandably, a little rushed in his speech. This is common among people appearing as “first time speakers” in a new role, even when they have had experience of speaking in front of other audiences. A little nervousness, a little looking too far ahead to make sure one is reading from the correct place.

    Nevertheless, very articulate and listenable (and I DO prefer to read speeches), because it was to the point and he didn’t digress. An interesting description of his background without appearing overly self-involved. Direct, not obsequious, nor disrespectful.

    Strong, without resorting to name calling or vitriol. Very impressive. And no, I’ve never voted One Nation, so I was listening with a neutral mindset (but not a neutral brain).

    Well done, Mr Burston.

  • Dom Inic

    Hi there,

    The stranglehold on the world mainstream media is frightening.

    Now this is a bit off topic, i hope I’l be forgiven for posting a youtube link here to my own peice of political satire. A once in a lifetime moment, a candid interview with Cocky Bill Shorten as he reveals the obvious reason for opposing the plebiscite. If you like it please pass it on. It would be nice to be labelled as a deplorable religious bigot.