Who Lets Moore Street Rot?

Wandering down Moore Street the morning after hoodlums rammed Garda cars in Cherry Orchard, I chanced upon a glimpse of Dublin in the rarified ol' times. There, guitar in hand, surrounded by a phalanx of smiling Gardaí, was actor Phelim...

/ 25/09/2022

Inside the German Fedposting Machine

The Bundersrepublik of Germany’s counter terror operations against the online far right were partially divulged this week in reportage by the left leaning Süddeutsche Zeitung daily. Focused upon the exploits of an unnamed female officer for the Federal Office for...

/ 23/09/2022

Automation Discredits Arguments for Mass Immigration into Ireland

While Irish Government officials jump for joy at news of the record of employment, precious forethought has been given to the curveball that further automation will play in the labour market. With a fifth or more of the population foreign...

/ 21/09/2022

Civil Society Assemble! Maynooth Issues Report on Combating Right Wing Populism

Resisting the Far Right: Civil Society Strategies for Countering the Far Right in Ireland is a recent publication by the academic jokers of Maynooth University, which was once synonymous with the supposedly far right Catholic Church, before this obvious rot...

/ 20/09/2022

Latin Mass Suppressed in Cork Under Bishop’s Orders

Long a rumour but recently actualised, Leeside tradcaths awoke to news that the traditional Latin Rite is to be suppressed per orders from the Bishop’s Palace this week. A buoyant faith community built up between Saint Mary’s Dominican Priory and...

/ 19/09/2022

Kicking Paul Murphy Up the Arse: Don’t Let the Left Neuter the Irish Winter of Discontent

As Western Europe flexes itself for a winter of protests against extortionate energy bills, the science and mechanics of protests both warrant examination to gauge the abyss that lies ahead. One of the more satisfying protests I recently attended was...

/ 18/09/2022

A Republic Without Ceremony: Ritual and the Irish State

The mourners massing to slowly shuffle past the remains of Elizabeth the Second in London’s Westminster Hall are drawn by more than just macabre fixation.  A dull wooden box laying in a dusty hall inside a crumbling palace would do...

/ 16/09/2022

Modernists Against Ethnos: Towards a Proper Study of Irish Nationality

“If Ireland were in national health, her history would be familiar by books, pictures, statuary, and music to every cabin and shop in the land—her resources as an agricultural, manufacturing, and trading people would be equally known—and every young man...

/ 15/09/2022

Bashing the Burkes: Progressive Ireland Takes Aim

At the time of writing, Enoch Burke, a young teacher at Westmeath's Wilson's Hospital School, remains incarcerated in Dublin's Mountjoy Prison, where many a good Irish man has been locked up before in days gone by. Though Burke, being an...

/ 13/09/2022

Charles the Third: Britain Takes its Final Form

The British long 20th century can be said to have come to an end this week with the death of Elizabeth the Second at her Balmoral residence.  A lifetime of service, giving an air of monarchical normality to a nation...

/ 12/09/2022