XYZ Live #31 – Prime Minister Scott Morrison storms Canberra


Australia has a new Prime Minister, so we guess we had to talk about it. We expounded on a few of the major points to emerge from the long-planned coup which didn’t come off in the end:

  • Malcolm Turnbull was never a conservative and should never have been in the Liberal Party.
  • Turnbull’s knifing of Abbott made last week’s spill inevitable if the Liberals were to have any hope of survival.
  • The whole point of the spill was to get a conservative – namely Peter Dutton – back in charge.
  • Is Scott Morrison a real conservative, or will he turn out to be another globalist shill?
  • Conservatives must openly discuss race if they are to make any headway on halting mass immigration.

Toward the end we discussed Axiomatic Event’s refusal to pay the $68,000 extortion fee to the communist Victorian government, and the general appalling mess Victoria is in thanks to Dick Ears Dan.


Photo by xiquinhosilva

  • Tamaveirene

    Wish I had written all that! Spot on! I believe Morrison (and especially Frydenberg) are both shills who will go to the highest bidder – and there’s plenty of THOSE around !
    BTW Mal the Knifer might be in a spot of bother re his “generous donation” to a PRIVATE Great Barrier Reef company (owned by ‘friends’ of his and Lucy’s) of $444 million – via the good graces of Taxpayers Austalia. He never put this out to public tender – c’mon, XYZ, you can do the hard work here! Let me just add that Wish-Wilson, strongly backed by Labot, will SUMMONS the Shifty One
    as soon as he resigns from the Parliament H of R this Friday, to EXPLAIN HIMSELF! Maybe the Committee and its work could be featured here on XYZ soon?!
    I don’t think the ABC would be too keen on disclosing Mal’s deeds anytime soon! Keep up the Good Work XYZ – we love you !

  • James

    Watched your vid guys.
    Good to hear mention of the false promise of fiat. So many still don’t get that.
    Can’t say I share you’re hopeful optimism for the Liberal party. Would hope to be proved wrong but far as I’m concerned there’s no hope.