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Scotland the Brave

  Scottish citizen deploys home grown anti-hate preacher device to cheers of crowd. Suitable for use in other places where culturally appropriate. Enjoy!

Jeremy Corbyn on why  9/11 was ‘manipulated’ and the present whereabouts of the ark...

British Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn has claimed the 9/11 attacks on New York were 'manipulated' by George Bush and Tony Blair as a pretext for regime change in Afghanistan and war in Iraq. In...

Debate unwelcome – on the closing of the western mind

Ex-Muslim, Maryam Namazie, has been banned from campus by the students' union which is concerned she might "insult" Muslims and "incite hatred." This correspondent has fond memories of days allegedly spent studying law that somehow...

When is sexism not sexism?

With the downfall of Prime Minister Tony Abbott, the media has sent itself into a tailspin, poring over the question, "What kind of role did Abbott's chief of staff, Peta Credlin, have in the...

Wally of the Week: Pope Francis – “I’m not a communist, but….”

The XYZ is proud to anoint Pope Francis as its Wally of the Week, named after "Everybody's Favourite Muslim Apologist, Waleed Aly" (TM). Take this marvellous little bit of doublespeak from the Pope as he...

Mark Steyn article: The Emperor’s Moral Narcissism

This is a vitally important, but deeply disturbing summary of the quandary facing Europe, by the brilliant and straight-to-the-point Mark Steyn.  He summarises how Europe's birthrate has declined well below replacement levels, and in...

Food for thought – The Place Beyond the Pyne

Newspoll Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull has made a pretty decent appointment, by making the Honourable Christopher Pyne his Minister for Industry, Innovation and Science. Given Turnbull’s near midnight speech after his successful coup against Tony...

XYZ Quote of the Day: Ronald Reagan and Cultural Libertarianism

Our Quote of the Day comes from someone who epitomised the idea driving the new Cultural Libertarians, and a quote which highlights one of the driving ideas of The XYZ. "Government's first duty is to...

The Lecture on the Mount: Pope Francis’s speech to Capitol Hill

If the faithful came to Capitol Hill hoping to be spiritually wowed by a papal sermon to rival that delivered by the Galilean master on another hill at another time, they would have left...

Anti-radicalisation kit – up in smoke

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Change.org petition: Ban the use of the word “whitey” by black people

We call on the United Nations Human Rights Council (UNHRC), the Australian government, and US President Barack Obama to ban the use of the word "whitey" by non-white people. This racial slur has the effect...

Why I protest with my words

As readers of the XYZ, you will note that there is a strong concern with the de-facto open borders of the EU and the subsequent mass migration it is heralding. On the one had, progressives...

Presenting the inaugural Dworkin Award

Yesterday was Ernie Day, a time to celebrate the annual flagellation of uppity males who have yet not bowed to – and in some cases, who have openly attacked – the self-righteousness of that...

XYZ Viewer Poll: Who will play off in the 2015 AFL Grand Final?

Who will play off in the 2015 AFL Grand Final? It's getting down to the pointy end of the season now.  18 contenders have been whittled down to 8, then 6, now 4.  The question...

Food for thought – The rise of Leftopia

Cultural Marxism, the ideological imbuement of unreliable and disadvantageous traits discarded by traditional Western civilisation, continues to infect the common focus these days. Perceived by some to be restricted to the peripheries of the public,...

Tragedy strikes Hajj again

In the new spiritual home of the UN's Human Rights Council, an annual, but predictable, tragedy has occured yet again. The pointless deaths now tally at least 717. It must be made clear that...

You have the right to be crucified and beheaded: Human Rights in Saudi Arabia

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Mainstream media narrative vs much more complicated reality

Mainstream media narrative: All migrants coming to Europe are fleeing civil war in Syria. Reality: It is much more complicated. A large majority of them have no identification whatsoever. There is no way to prove...

Time to embrace the new economy

Much angst has arisen from traditional taxi services around the world with the recent emergence of the 'ride-share' scheme, UberX. Uber was founded in 2009, and is now worth in the vicinity of US$50...

Food for Thought – The Three “Progressives”

Federal leadership casting for three of Australia’s main political parties has only added to the current comedic narrative of the 44th Federal Parliament of Australia. Though only early days for Prime Minister Turnbull, it is...