All posts by Black Northern

Irexit: Does the Visegrad Option Suit Ireland?

There are two differing poles of thought as to what Ireland’s relationship with the European Union should be amongst the right-wing; one is that of the aptly named and self-explanatory “Irexit” and the other is adopting a political stance similar...

/ 08/06/2021

Chasing The Ghosts of ’98:The Slow Death of Protestant Nationalism

The land of Hope and Betsy GrayOf Orr, McCracken and MunroThe land where Mitchel sleeps todayTo English thieves shall never go. Ulster War Song by Brian O’Higgins In August 1896, a memorial stone was erected on the gravesite of one...

/ 27/05/2021

Israel and Palestine: Where Should Ireland Stand?

The Israeli-Palestinian conflict has been often entrenched in popular consciousness as a perennial conflict, an ages-old struggle between Jews and Muslims for the holiest stretch of land on Earth and depicted as an incredibly complex and tangled web that only...

/ 20/05/2021

Ireland: For a Positive Critique (Perhaps)

In 1961, the French nationalist Dominique Venner wrote and published a manifesto titled For A Positive Critique whilst imprisoned for his membership of the OAS (Organisation Armée Secrète). It was a dissident paramilitary organisation committed to maintaining French colonial rule...

/ 23/01/2021