On Sunday, the 26th of September, friends and writers of The Burkean gathered for our inaugural albeit belated Summer School.

The aim the event was to facilitate networking between groups and individuals on the Irish dissident right and in particular to link younger writers and activists with more experienced individuals.


Speaking on the day was republican activist and family lawyer Malachy Steenson, journalist and historian Matt Treacy as well as The Burkean’s very own Peter Caddle on his experiences in student politics. We thank all those in attendance and hope to conduct these events henceforth. Partial audio of speeches given will be forthcoming

The Burkean Team.

Posted by The Burkean


  1. Well done to all. Please organise and offer a real alternative to the crass cronyism of Irish politics.


  2. This is exactly what’s needed keep up the fight lads
    Bout time we played them at there own game.


  3. Duine gan ainm 30/09/2021 at 10:49 am

    Hopefully the winds of change will come before it is too late.
    Perhaps I’ve missed it, but would someone at the Burkean be able to write a piece on the Stasi in Melbourne and what are the chances of our Gardai behaving similarly in the future?


  4. nothing is there... 08/10/2021 at 12:32 am

    Ahh, interesting looking project, I might try and research commie shit a bit more and do some drafts on the hideously (or hilariously, perhaps?) miserable tactics that boomer glowies use to manipulate actual goddamn kids into becoming Tools rather than People.
    It’s an absolute, pure disgrace, holy shit lads… Thinking about the shit, the pure visual SHIT that I can never unsee again… fugg… :’^[


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