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XYZ Live #70 – Catch-ups with the Australian Protectionist Party

Last night Bradly from the Australian Protectionist Party joined us for a chat to analyse the results of the Australian election. Now that that...

The Uncuckables: Ep. 11 Consergence

We had an excellent discussion last night, as we were joined by Adam Piggott from Pushing Rubber Downhill to continue our dissection of the...

XYZ Live #68 – The Great Election Recap, Let’s All Drink...

With a couple days to reflect on Saturday night's election, our main takeaways from the Liberal win were: Australians have rejected hard socialism and...

Scott Morrison calls election for May 18

Scott Morrison has announced that a federal election will be held on May 18. This election could be the most wide open in decades. While...

Ryan Gets A Call From Reuters

Following a series of messages sent to me via Gab on Friday, I had a phone conversation on Monday 25th March, 2019 with a...

What Happened Pauline Hanson’s One Nation Party?

Pauline Hanson was once a champion of Australian Nationalists, but recently One Nation nominated Emma Eros and it hasn’t gone down well amongst many...

Pushing Rubber Podcast #102 – David Hiscox from XYZ magazine

Editor: This week, Adam Piggott was generous enough to invite me onto his podcast over at his website, www.pushingrubberdownhill.com. His audience is based all...

Quote of the Day: Fraser Anning on Australian nationalism and white...

I have always loved the Pickering Post and its namesake, Larry Pickering, whose passing late last year was a great loss to Australia. Pickering's...

Discussing Australian Nationalism with Jean-Francois Gariépy (JFG)

Matty's Modern Life recently went on JFG’s (Jean-Francois Gariépy) live show to discuss Nationalism in Australia and other topics. They covered: The state of the...

Fraser Anning’s CNP have published their party platform, and it’s awesome

Remember when you were a kid at the movies, how excited you’d get when, at the moment when evil seemed all-powerful and all hope...