All posts by Daithí O'Duibhne

UK: Women Prisoners Potentially Face Extra Jail Time For Refusing to Call Transgender Inmates Preferred Pronouns

Women behind bars in the United Kingdom are at risk of bumping up their prison sentence bigly should they dare to refer to their fellow male ‘transgender’ inmates by he/him. Lord David Wolfson, minister within the UK justice ministry, stated...

/ 11/10/2021

Dublin’s Newest Art Piece is About ‘Reclaiming’ Irish Nationalist History – Dublin City Council Body Claims

Dublin’s newest art installation, a multicoloured monstrosity occupying a historic plinth in front of City Hall, has garnered deserved controversy since its unveiling yesterday.  However, what has largely flown under the radar is the anti-Irish messaging laced into the artwork. ...

/ 30/09/2021

East-Yankmas: Fine Gael Suggests Ireland Adopt Thanksgiving as a National Holiday

Fine Gael took to social media today to suggest that Ireland should start celebrating Thanksgiving, and that the last Monday in November should be made into a bank holiday. The announcement reveals that the party, clearly fed up with being...

/ 29/09/2021

TCD Student Union To Give Money to ‘Trans’ Students for Jewelry, Makeup

TCDSU has begun taking applications which would reimburse a variety of ‘Trans’ identifying students in the college for the purchase of a variety of items, including makeup, clothing, and jewelry.  The so-called ‘T-Fund’, which will reimburse individuals to the tune...

/ 28/09/2021

How Did Ireland End Up Importing Expensive Foreign Peat?

Ireland has begun importing thousands of tons of horticultural peat after Irish peat harvesting suffered draconian legal restriction in September 2019. A shipment from Latvia weighing in at a staggering 3,600t, which arrived in Drogheda Saturday 18th and was carted...

/ 27/09/2021

Spiritual Opium: Ireland Must Follow China’s Example in Regulating Online Gaming

China’s government has banned those under the age of 18 from playing online video games, except between the times of 8pm to 9pm, on Fridays, Saturdays, Sundays, and holidays. The move by the CCCP comes hot on the heels of...

/ 30/08/2021

After Refugee Pledge and Anne McCloskey, Can Aontú be Trusted?

Pro-life republican party Aontú has found itself in quite a bit of hot water this week after a number of scandals causing a rift between the party and its grassroot supporters.  The latest of these scandals, which involves Derry GP...

/ 27/08/2021

In Defence of my Gym-bros: An Open Letter To Ryan Tubridy

Tubbers, a chara I am writing to you regarding your recent run-ins with young men of my generation. I understand that their inherent swagger, rugged charm and overall chad-like demeanor has left you somewhat disturbed, and with many questions. My...

/ 20/08/2021

5 Things We Learned From #MerrionGate

Irish political scandals are often as unbelievable as they are mind-numbing. In this sense, Merriongate is no exception. The idea that politicians, lawmakers, and other senior gombeens would be dumb enough to attend a private shindig during a period of...

/ 16/08/2021

Triumph of the Repeal: RTÉ Airs Pro-Abortion Propaganda Film

The 2018 referendum to repeal the 8th Amendment in Ireland will be remembered for decades, if not centuries, as a turning point in Irish history. Its passing marked the definitive end of Holy-Joe hegemony in Ireland, which had long been...

/ 05/08/2021