Quote of the Day: The End of Private Halal Certification

Australian cartoonist and political commentator, Paul Zanetti, has written an extraordinary article, The End of Private Halal Certification in Australia, in which he summarises how the major meat producers of Australia are calling for...

Food for thought – Politics no good for Goodes

Footballer and self-appointed professor of racism, Adam Goodes, has been approached by Senator Nova Peris to run for the infamously dreadful Australian Labor Party at the next federal election as a candidate. While the Lefty...

Waleed Wife’s Crusade Against “Hate” and Bigotry

Susan Carland, the wife of celebrity Muslim Waleed Aly has pledged to give $1 to charity for every "hate filled tweet" she receives. According to Fairfax Media, Ms Carland has been forced to donate...

Food for thought – Islam Chainsaw Massacre

Most horror movie fans, like myself, would’ve heard about Gunnar Hansen’s passing the other day from pancreatic cancer. For those of you unfamiliar with the actor, Gunnar portrayed the original Leatherface In the 1974 classic...

Racists wanted – apply within

Readers of the once august, but now just plain sad, embittered and delusional publication that is the Sydney Morning Herald will have been genuinely shocked and saddened to read this painful blog post by...

Quote of the Day: The Left Hijacks Remembrance Day

Reports have flooded in today of the wailing, sackcloth and ashes which has occurred over at their ABC given that it is, after all, 40 years to the day since the worst Prime Minister...

The passing of Gough Whitlam and the five stages of ABC grief

When American psychiatrist Elisabeth Kübler-Ross wrote her seminal work On Death and Dying in 1969, she was seeking to meet a deeply felt individual need that had arisen out of her extensive clinical work...

Gough Whitlam: Worst PM Ever

Gough Whitlam is portrayed by "progressives" as having made Australia a kinder, fairer place.  But an examination of his words and deeds proves the opposite. There was a narrative before Gough Whitlam's death, and reinforced...

The Brave New World of “Modern Educayshun”

Can you imagine a place where feelings trump facts? A place where freedom from speech usurps freedom of speech? Can you image a place where 1 + 1 = "multiculturalism" and 3 x 3 = "gender...

Food for thought – Dismissal Day

Waking up this morning, to what I thought was a day of remembrance for fallen armed servicemen who had died in the line of duty for this country, I discovered that I had stepped...

North Korea declares war on ISIS

In a stunning development, North Korea has unilaterally declared war on ISIS, vowing to smash the Islamic State in a "glorious battle to save humanity from the scourge of violent extremism." According to one analyst...

The Green Inside Diaries: Christmas Island Riot

The XYZ may or may not have received this exclusive leak from the Australian Greens. We name these documents, "The Green Inside Diaries" "Woke up to the exciting news of a riot on Christmas Island....

Australia “Racist”, Say Racist Nations

In a move that brings new meaning to the phrases: "Pot calling the kettle black", and "It takes one to know one", The United Nations has just released a report which sees more than one hundred nations...

Can the Middle East be Democratic?

A view which is common across the political spectrum in the West, and common to people across the globe, is that the Middle East cannot, or should not, be democratic; that attempts by the...

Food for thought – ‘Income Tax’ a revolutionary’s wet dream

Over the course of the last week Treasurer Scott Morrison has outlined the government’s intention to cut income tax (aka the “silent tax’’) in order to offset a potential rise in the GST. Treasurer Morrison...

Quote of the Day: One last low blow

Because the number one rule in politics is "Thou shalt kick one's opponent when they are down," The XYZ could not resist one last dig at the soon to be former opposition leader, Bill...
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Great dance moves in Australian political history (volume 2)

Bill Shorten's Kiribati jive last week has clearly set impossibly high standards for Australian politicians when it comes to breaking out a dance move. Few could have lit up the Pacific Island dance floor...

Muslims to Teach Christianity in Islamic Schools

The Catholic Church has been criticised for omitting Islam from its religious education school curriculum where it teaches Christianity alongside Judaism. Criticism of the Church's decision has been particularly strong from Islamic leaders. Sir Iqbal Sacranie,...

Gay Golden Rod dances better than Bill Shorten

In the wake of last week's footage of Bill Shorten's complete lack of coordination on the dance floor, The XYZ has obtained further exclusive footage of Bill Shorten's expedition to the South Pacific. The Leader...

Their ABC at it again

What a stunning performance by Barrie Cassidy on this morning’s ‘Insiders’ on their ABC (of course). Barrie interviewed the Immigration Minister, Peter Dutton, who had recently visited a refugee camp in Jordan ahead of...