All posts by Donnachadh O'Neill

Poland Court Ruling Shows EU Going Beyond Its Legal Authority

Poland’s Constitutional Court ruling that European law does not always hold supremacy over national law is not what the fear-mongering commentariat deem it to be. When Poland brought about an attempt to reform its Communist-era judicial system, the European Courts...

/ 14/10/2021

After Anthony Flynn, Controversy Still Haunts ICHH

Rumours abound, allegations of various shades of indiscretion spread. But what is actually going on at Inner City Helping Homeless? Founded in 2013 ICHH had done a lot of work for the homeless in the country, a crisis that has...

/ 03/09/2021

Why Did Luke O’Neill Refuse A Vaccine?

Luke O’Neill, Ryan Tubridy’s answer to Bill Nye the Pseudo-Science Guy, is not new to comically sad stunts. Showing how a mask stops him from unleashing elderly spittle into some cryogenic liquid will go down in infamy as one of...

/ 22/04/2021

Good News, Bad News

We, the Irish public, will be kept indoors until early May at least — wunderbar! The National Public Health Emergency Team (NPHET) warns that even once the entire population is vaccinated, the virus will still be present and rolling lockdowns...

/ 08/03/2021

Ali Damache: How a Convicted Islamist Overthrew Irish Citizenship Laws

Much has been made of the recent Supreme Court decision declaring unconstitutional provisions of the 1956 Nationality and Citizenship Act, a case which saw the Courts deny the withdrawal of an Algerian-born convicted terrorist’s Irish citizenship, so that he can...

/ 12/02/2021

One Nationalism

"There is no other Nationalism than the Nationalism therein implied, i.e. that the nation is more important than any part of the nation." Padraig Pearse January 1914 I cannot say this any more forcefully than this: there are not four...

/ 11/02/2021

Soft Power and Lessons from the Irish Left

The proliferation of the Left’s various non-governmental bodies is something we on the right regularly make refrain towards, as an explanation in how they have successfully subverted the social and cultural life of the country. Whether it has been through...

/ 29/12/2020

Rebuking Conservatism

Having read a very recent article (“In Defence of Conservatism”) in this publication, I find myself forced into rebuking it. Throughout the piece, the author recognises conservatism has no allure for the youth or those who would be socially conservative,...

/ 07/12/2020