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Convicts Arriving In Botany Bay In 1788, Isn’t “Invasion Day”. The...

Most of Australian history is a neglected subject. That history didn’t end in Botany Bay, 1788, and it’s high points, although they are among...

Quote of the Day: Migration is in excess of the capacity...

Just days after handing Adam Bandt's backside back to him, and telling the entrenched leftist elite to get stuffed, General Jim Molan has made...

Wang Show 0014: Congratulations, you have been selected to join my...

Would you buy a flat, sorry, an "apartment" in western Sydney for $1.5 million. You'll make it back, right? As Vic from the Wang Show...

Quote of the Day: Bernardi Triggers Treacherous Troubadours

The Culture War in Australia is at a crucial stage, with combatants in The Battle for Australia Day squaring off. When the future half-breed...

Diversity of smell

Islamodacity A new study has found there is only one type of diversity in the inner city suburbs of Melbourne, Sydney and Brisbane. Our star...

University politics matters

It has come to the attention of The XYZ that sometime in the very recent past, a brave band of freedom fighters managed to...

The great Australian immigration betrayal

Chatting to people here in Holland, their perception of Australia is that we are very hard on immigration. This false reality stems from them...

Brendan Schaub on Sydney: It’s like they won the war

It has long been said in Australia that if we had lost World War Two, we would all be speaking Japanese now. With so...

The Failure of Islamic De-radicalisation Programs

It's time to be honest with ourselves: the so-called de-radicalisation and intervention programs are failing. On Sunday, a 16 year old Sydney boy was arrested...

60 fallen trees remembered as ‘some of nature’s true gentlemen’

A funeral was held in Sydney today for 60 trees, felled by infrastructure building zealots in one of the worst outbreaks of mass violence...