All posts by Ciaran Brennan

Lessons from the Anglo: Learning from the Failure of Post-War British Nationalism

Amid lockdown I developed a rather masochistic tendency in my online viewing habits. With the pubs closed and Ireland seemingly stuck under the permafrost of covidmania in perpetuity, I decided to plumb the depths of what remains of the British...

/ 02/12/2022

East Wall Residents Promise to Escalate Port Blockade Over Asylum Centre

Attempts to remedy the ongoing asylum dispute at East Wall appear to have failed with a further commitment by residents to continue the periodic blockage of the Port Tunnel. Arising from the Department of Children’s placement of a 380 person...

/ 30/11/2022

Lough Erne Attack: Why is a Sinn Féin MP Backing Antifa in Court?

By any reckoning, the events of the 13th of November at the Lough Erne Resort were a blunder for more serious thinking antifascist organisers in Ireland.  A freelance 30-person operation of Dublin antiracists linked up with nordie left-republicans, largely from...

/ 26/11/2022

East Wall: Sinn Féin Grassroots Break Ranks on Asylum

For the second night in the past week, East Wall residents rallied to protest the planting of an asylum centre in the former ESB Building by an overstretched Department of Equality. Numbering north of 300 at its peak, the crowd...

/ 21/11/2022

McEntee’s Hate Speech Bill: What to Expect and How to Fight It

Tastefully included in the 2020 Programme for Government and subject to a year-long 'consultation process' with various interest groups, the public now has a firm grasp of expected hate speech legislation expected within the next 3 months. In a media-parroted...

/ 27/10/2022

Trinity: University Times in Turmoil Over Editorial Dispute

Habitually plagued by scandal and maladministration, the editor of TCD’s University Times Ailbhe Noonan is facing sustained calls for their resignation from both within and outside of the publication. In a public letter Sunday it was revealed that there was...

/ 25/10/2022

Violet Gibson: Left Revisionism Enters Silly Season

The scrapping of the historic barrel rang out across Merrion Square yesterday with an unveiling of a plaque to Violet Gibson, an oddball Anglo-Irish schizophrenic who failed to assassinate Benito Mussolini in 1926. Born to the well heeled Baron of...

/ 21/10/2022

TENI Fails to File Accounts for Fourth Year Amid Harassment Claims

Defying charity regulators yet again, it would appear that the trans charity TENI has missed another deadline for filing its financials-its fourth in as many consecutive years. Missing a September 30th deadline, the trans group which has been plagued by...

/ 18/10/2022

Meloni Warts And All: Fratelli Win Should Be the Beginning Not the End for Italian Nationalists

With a commitment to move the Italian embassy to Jerusalem, abet the war effort in Ukraine and clamp down on illegal migration, Fratelli d'Italia romped home comfortably in this month’s Italian general election. Displacing Brussels favourite and arch-technocrat Mario Draghi,...

/ 11/10/2022

Will Aoife Gallagher Be My TradWife? Web of Lies (2022)

The ISD’s Belated Introduction Baron George Weidenfeld lived a rather charmed life in his 90 years on earth. An Austrian émigré turned renaissance man for modern times, Weidenfeld was a linchpin of post-war European diplomacy, an architect of the Israeli...

/ 09/10/2022