The crazy feminists are kinda almost right again. Boys should be playing with Lego in the mud and throwing snails at girls.


As parents grow more worried about the pernicious effects of social media on youngsters, one state is moving to ban it all for kids under the age of 14.

South Australia is moving to ban social media for children under the age of 14, as parents and legislators grow increasingly alarmed about the pernicious effects of digital platforms on the development of children.

The state government has appointed former High Court chief justice Robert French to conduct a legal examination into banning accounts for children, with the legal guru set to report on the regulatory and technological “pathways” the government might pursue to institute its prohibition.

Alongside the ban, the government’s policy would also require parental consent for children aged 14 and 15…..

South Australian Premier Peter Malinauskas, a father to four children, said the new push had come from a growing body of evidence demonstrating a clear link between social media use and adverse impacts on development.

“Like most parents, I am concerned about the impact social media is having on children in our community,” he said.

“We are seeing mounting evidence from experts of the adverse impact of social media on children, their mental health and development.

“I am determined to ensure as a government we are doing everything we can to protect our children.”

Then why did you force them to do internet school for two years?

Apparently, if you encourage teenage girls not to get fat they’ll starve themselves:

“Numerous studies show that social media use among young children is linked to adverse effects, including unrealistic expectations and perceptions, which can lead to severe depression, anxiety, inadequate sleep, low self-esteem, poor body image, eating disorder behaviours and online harassment.”

However it is empowering for young women to become online prostitutes.

Putting aside the strong case for banning all women from the internet due to the Instagram to OnlyFans Pipeline, this hypocrisy (ie banning social media but not banning porn) should be enough to demonstrate that the stated intention of protecting children from harm is, as always, a pretext and the thin end of the wedge. Banning social media for kids is the new two weeks to flatten the curve:

The changes, if legislated, would make South Australia the first state in the country to impose a ban.

In March, the US state of Florida banned social media accounts for children under 14, while Texas has legislated to require parental consent before a user under the age of 18 can open an account.

Spain bans children under 14 from accessing a social network.

It’s “global change”:

“In my opinion the only way forward is to create appropriate legislation to protect our children from these harms and regulate big tech companies to include mandatory age verification across all platforms.”

On a post to X on Sunday night, Mr Malinauskas encouraged the tech giants to “engage” with Mr French’s examination.

“For social media companies, we’ve made it clear, there is global change happening here and I would invite them to engage with Robert French in this piece of work, rather than resist it and fight it,” he said.

First one state bans social media for kids. Then the ban becomes Australia-wide, for everybody. Resistance is futile.

As The XYZ has been predicting, this hyperventilating about the dangers of social media and digital security is being conveniently timed to align with direct confrontation between NATO and Russia:

The XYZ has obtained exclusive footage of the assassination attempt on the Slovakian Prime Minister:

Oh wait, here we go:

The equation is very simple for Clownworld. It will not allow the mass dissemination of information to exist outside its control once World War III escalates to direct conflict with Russia and China. Our rulers will do everything they can to ban social media, and even to shut down the internet.

As previously argued, this may not be such a bad thing. The elephant in the room in all mainstream discussions about the so-called dangers of social media is that the internet is a key meeting ground for young White men who have figured out that there is something awfully, disgustingly wrong with the world. While this causes tremendous anxiety for degenerate despots, the challenge for activists has always been to transition White men from URL to IRL.

The internet is the most addictive drug on the planet. Globohomo may or may not be able to ban it, but if it really wants to go there, they’ll make our job easier.

This article was first published at XYZ