All posts by Gearóid Ó Briain

The Yank: Lessons from a Republican Gunrunner

There are few books these days that I can find myself lost in, most suffer from feeling derivative, asinine, or just plain boring. Everyone thinks they can be a writer. So I was pleasantly surprised when I sat down to...

/ 09/09/2022

Why is the German Government Funding the Surveillance of Irish Nationalists?

Political parties in the German national parliament can secure funding for private entities of their choice (called ‘Foundations’) amounting to tens of millions of euros every year. The AfD recently took a case against the state’s refusal to give it...

/ 06/07/2022

Rally for Life to Return July 2nd

The first national Rally for Life in two years will be held in Dublin on Saturday July 2nd, organised by the Life Institute. The Rally had become a staple for Pro-Life activists over the last number of years, culminating in...

/ 25/06/2022

Dear Varadkar: Globalism, not Nationalism, is the Ideology that will Leave You with Nothing

It is rare that national media outlets refer to nationalism, and on the few times they do, they are almost always decrying it as an evil - and so was the case still when Leo Varadkar complained that his Government’s...

/ 20/06/2022
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Dissident Republicans Rattled by Another Informant Scandal

There has been an interesting development in the North, for those watching, over the last number of weeks. The dissident republican outfit Saoradh claims to have discovered a British agent with the Sunday World quoting various 'dissident sources' about the...

/ 27/05/2022

What’s Behind Darragh O’Brien’s Comments on Migration?

In a surprise turn of events, avowed liberal and senior Minister Darragh O’Brien, the TD for Fingal and Minister for Housing, is “under fire” for supposedly blaming migrants for their contribution to the housing crisis. ‘Fingal Communities Against Racism’, a...

/ 15/05/2022

Dublin’s Globalist Aesthetic

Dublin is in many respects a bloated provincial town - one stretching out in kilometers in each direction to accommodate over a million people, as opposed to a kilometer in each to accommodate ten thousand. Large buildings are the exception...

/ 27/04/2022

Ancient Order of Hibernians Returns to Armagh

Armagh for those not familiar is a quaint town (no urban area with a population of 10,000 should be described as a city), the reported burial place of Brian Boru. The seat of the Primate of All Ireland, the county...

/ 21/04/2022