What if this does have something to do with Islam – and an entry...

Just a thought to contemplate. Imagine if the ABC and BBC and the Imam's and Islamic lobby groups and the UN and all the progressives are mispeaking when they automatically assure us that something...

Food for thought – Tony warns against the Islamofascist migration

Tuning in yesterday afternoon to the typically nauseating ABC “reportage”, I viewed multiple “progressive” pundits being rolled out to take swings at former Prime Minister Tony Abbott (who addressed the Margaret Thatcher Lecture banquet...

Welcome refugees – Screw white people

It is very difficult to put into words just how insulting this juxtaposition of imagery is. In a funky inner city suburb somewhere in Australia, a large poster proclaims that "Real Australians Say Welcome,"...

Dog Day Cartoon 

A good political cartoon speaks very loudly without using many words at all. A good political cartoon is also often actually funny. A good political cartoon drives home its point with biting irony and...

When Islam has nothing to do with Islam

"Islam has nothing to do with Islam." You might have heard this rather sarcastic phrase. Despite its cynicism, it is however, a phrase that sums up rather well the presentation of Islam by our media...

Food for thought – Barnaby gives meat muckraking the boot

Yesterday’s announcement from the World Health Organisation (WHO) outlined that processed meats like bacon and sausages cause cancer, categorizing it alongside tobacco, alcohol and asbestos. Eagerly after hearing these initial reports I awaited a...

Quote of the Day: Go home, hug your teddy.

The XYZ Quote of the Day for Tuesday October 27, 2015, goes to a great scientist and thinker who has summarised well what we have touched on over the last few days.  Love him...

Belgian officials rush to appeasement after attack on army barracks

Yesterday, a man wearing a balaclava tried to ram his way into a Belgian army base. Information on the incident remains sketchy. What is incredible is the language used by the Belgian officials reporting...

The Alice in Wonderland of National Unity

Does anyone else feel like we have fallen down the rabbit hole when it comes to the discussion of national unity? Last year, former Prime Minister Tony Abbott caused controversy when he said, "You don't...

How low can Bill go?

The latest round of polls have not been kind on opposition leader Bill Shorten. Whilst his opponent soars into the 60's and high 60's in terms of popularity, with the Liberal party resurgent, poor...

Who wants to be politically correct?

The term "politically correct" is rather pervasive these days. It's a catch cry and a creed to aspire to and live by. But have you ever stopped and considered what it really means? Consider this:...

Shock beheading of crocodile in Northern Australia

The shock beheading of a crocodile has been reported to the Australian Federal Police this week after a crocodile's body was discovered by park rangers under a bridge on the Arnhem Highway. Evidence from an...

ISIS humiliated as U.S. and Kurds free prisoners

United States and Kurdish forces have stormed an Islamic State prison, freeing 70 hostages.Sadly, one U.S. soldier lost his life in the operation, while several IS militants were captured or killed. The liberation of...

Donald Trump: World would be a better place if Gaddafi and Saddam still in...

United States presidential hopeful Donald Trump has said what it appears many are thinking; that the world would be a better place if Libya's Colonel Gaddafi and Iraq's Saddam Hussein were still in power. "People...

Food for thought – Katter schools Latham on guns

Haven’t really had a lot of time to sit down lately and digest Channel Nine’s new panellist talk show “The Verdict” (which airs Thursdays at 8:30pm on channel 9,) due to work commitments. However...
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A “statesman” speaks

What a conciliatory statesman is Mahmoud Abbas. The President of the State of Palestine and the Palestinian National Authority, still, even after unilaterally extending his own tenure in the top job several years after...

The death of the university

If you were not completely convinced until now, despite the weight of evidence, the recent attempt to ban Germaine Greer from speaking at Cardiff University confirms the death of the university as an institution...

The New Normal: The Middle East Migrant Crisis

Since getting into the newspaper caper, we here at The XYZ have learned the hard way lessons which we had, until now, only read about. A key lesson has been the way in which...

Finding your “safe-space”

Do you have a space which is full of rainbows, and where everyone likes you and thinks you're great? Do you have a space where people always say nice things to you, and if someone...

Quote of the Day: Which formerly politically correct term is now politically incorrect?

The XYZ Quote of the Day for October 24, 2015, broaches the prospect that no sooner has one tool of oppression against free minds become the norm, than it needs to be purged. For...