Month: August 2022

Fenianism and Irish National Regeneration: Arthur Griffith 1915

The following is made available courtesy of the archiving work of An Cartlann and is syndicated in honour of the centenary of Arthur Griffith's death this week. In 1843 there were more than a million men of fighting age on...

/ 14/08/2022

Plans to Abolish Direct Provision Postponed Due to Asylum Crisis

The drastic jump in asylum numbers from the Ukraine and further afield has put the kibosh on idealistic plans to phase out Direct Provision, according to snooping by the Business Post. Long sought after and greenlighted in the Programme for...

/ 11/08/2022

Is the Safe Access Zone Bill Ripe for a Constitutional Challenge?

Has a vindictive government overplayed its hand in the legislation of aboriton safe zones? The legislative framework for a proposed Bill to prohibit anti-abortion vigils outside abortion clinics was revealed last week by a gleeful Stephen Donnelly, no doubt looking...

/ 10/08/2022

The Leviathans of Islamabad: Will Imran Khan Endure?

The following first appeared on the Substack "Tadhg Pidgeon" and is syndicated with permission The government of Pakistan is a poison chalice, yet Imran Khan marches on towards it.  Throughout and following this year’s constitutional crisis Khan has refused to...

/ 08/08/2022

100% of Monkeypox Cases in Ireland from Gay Men, Where Sexual Identity Known

Latest figures from the HSE reveal a phenomenal 100% of monkeypox cases (where sexual orientation is given) arising from homosexual men. Documented in the latest epidemiology report from the HSE affiliated Health Service Protection Centre, a total of 97 monkeypox...

/ 07/08/2022

Reddit Science and the Broken Irish University Model

Science is gay – we all know it but only few acknowledge it. The world is gay, so science, the study of the world, must be too.  One of the fundamental flaws of tertiary education in Ireland is complete ignorance...

/ 06/08/2022

Left Wing Advocacy Groups Advertises Student Role at €1.78 an Hour

Specialising in the production of progressive audio-visual content and campus activism, ‘STAND’ is a little known website and advocacy group funded through the Department of Foreign Affairs and their Irish Aid programme. Existing under the umbrella of the Suas Educational...

/ 05/08/2022

Can Telegram Be Trusted?

Probably every zoomer reading this article had their mother or grandmother voice their comments regarding the amount of disappointment he has brought onto their family.  Unfortunately, their old minds are too ignorant to comprehend the concept of a sigma male,...

/ 03/08/2022

Tavistock’s Irish Legacy

A longstanding bolthole for the Republic’s gender reassignment service, the closure of the specialist Tavistock clinic owing to the findings of an independent review is sure to have an impact on the treatment of Irish children at home. Coming under...

/ 02/08/2022

VPN vs TOR for Political Dissidents

The history of virtual private networks (VPNs) can be dated back to 1996, when a Microsoft employee developed a peer-to-peer tunnelling protocol (PPTP). Work on related technology, IPsec, however, was going on for a couple of years at that point...

/ 01/08/2022