XYZ Live #61 – Fraser Anning NAILS Scott Morrison and Mark Zuckerberg demands State CENSORSHIP


The fallout from the Christchurch incident continues. Everything has changed, and it is likely that it will become an event as transformative as 9/11, Pearl Harbour and the sinking of the Lusitania. This understanding underpinned our discussion of both topics:

  • Fraser Anning’s brilliant open letter to Scott Morrison in which he accused the Australian political elites of betraying ordinary Australians.
  • Mark Zuckerberg’s astonishing op-ed in which he calls on governments worldwide to regulate his own company.

The establishment is in free fall as the nationalist narrative breaks through to the mainstream, and they simply don’t know what to do about it.

One thing is guaranteed however; if they continue to broaden the scope of censorship, the situation will not deescalate. Never before have a people been under repeated deadly attack in their own homelands and remained peaceful as have Europeans in the last two decades.

Bizarrely, we have not been allowed to identify the religion of the attackers, we have not been allowed to acknowledge our own identity and the fact that we are actually under attack by another, and we have not been allowed to identify the people who have made this hellish situation possible.

Now, Tarrant’s alleged actions have normalised retaliatory violence by white men, and the hellmouth has opened. The only way to close it and avoid an escalation cycle is to guarantee absolute free speech and to acknowledge the legitimacy of the nationalist message which has been kept from mainstream political discourse for so long.

The XYZ from the beginning has worked to mainstream conservative, libertarian and nationalist ideas in order to affect real political change through democratic means. This will remain our goal, and this is the only way to achieve peace.

Join David Hiscox, Tim Wilms and James Fox Higgins for The Uncuckables on Thursday night at 8:30 pm AEDT. We also intend to do an Anzac Day livestream on the evening of April 25 over at Matty’s Modern Life’s main channel.