All posts by Ulick Fitzhugh

The Greasy Till: DP Moran, Yeats and Ireland’s Emergent Catholic Bourgeoisie

Introduction “As regards Ireland, our feelings were curious… We intended as good Protestants and Loyalists to keep the papists under our feet. We impoverished them, though we loved them, and their religion by its doctrine of submission and obedience unintentionally...

/ 01/07/2022

Beware of the Risen Aul One: Reflections on Pride vs Joe Duffy:

“I see the worst in people. I don’t need to look past seeing them to get all I need. I’ve built my hatreds up over the years, little by little” – Daniel Plainview, ‘There Will be Blood’ We Kill Our...

/ 17/06/2022

The Berkeley Library Should be Renamed

Introduction Well the drunken clown's still hanging round” – Townes Van Zandt, ‘Fare Thee Well, Miss Carousel’ In ‘The Necessity for De-Anglicising Ireland’, Douglas Hyde laments that the Irish are “a nation of imitators”. Little has changed to refute the...

/ 05/04/2022

Globo-Homo Dublin: An A-Z Guide

"The bus for town left days ago...Damn them that brought me here" —The For Carnation, A Tribute To Introduction Preliminary note: for those unacquainted with the Fair City, please watch this video as a primer. An aeon ago, as a...

/ 15/03/2022

How WB Yeats Got CUCKED – A Pick Up Artist’s Analysis

 “We against whom you have done this thing are no petty people” – W. B. Yeats Introduction Intra-nationalist squabbles and petty disputes are an idiosyncratic fixation of mine: Othmar Spann’s distaste for Carl Schmitt; the mutual animosity betwixt the Blueshirts...

/ 14/02/2022

Did the Irish Invent Bolshevism? Aodh de Blácam’s Gaelic Socialism

“Lenin and Trotsky in Russia battling against lies and force; Labour struggling against its self-appointed tyrants; the Gaelic tongue striving against the foreign jargon; Ireland striving against England all are but phases of the single war that still rages undecided,...

/ 13/01/2022

Fitzcarraldo: The Triumph of Gaelic Autism

“Hey, white boy, what you doin' uptown? Hey, white boy, you chasin' our women around?”  – The Velvet Underground, ‘I’m Waiting for the Man’  A film whose production process was mired with difficulty — owing to the technical problem of...

/ 28/12/2021

Anti-Fragility and the Right: Why the Banning of Imperium Press and Mystery Grove Matters

“I posted this last time we got banned and it's still true: we're so antifragile that liberalism doesn't know what to do about it. Our "network-of-networks" dynamic can reconstruct online scenes very quickly…This is because of something ancient and very...

/ 18/12/2021

Thomas777: An Interview with the Internet’s Cultured Thug

Editor's Note: Both the punctuation and capitalisation of the original piece have been preserved at the request of the author to maintain authenticity. Introduction: A Genuine Cultured Thug “Providence had not only rescued him from damnation but had, in fact,...

/ 26/11/2021

Is Irish Nationalism Lacking an Aesthetic?

 “We know of an ancient radiation  That haunts dismembered constellations” The re-emergence of the Right in the late 2010s will be viewed as one of most significant developments in Irish politics by future historians. Although afflicted by a myriad of...

/ 07/10/2021