Category: Articles

This Week In Mass Migration: Turmoil In CityWest and Finglas

It's been a difficult week for the Irish establishment's mass migration industry. Yesterday the dam finally broke, and the Government at last exhausted the ability to house the seemingly unending stream of foreigners they're importing. On Saturday, as we reported,...

/ 25/01/2023

We’re Full: Irish Government Asks Refugees to Stop Coming

Yesterday’s low-level rioting at the Citywest asylum facility has put into focus the reality of the state’s overstretched international protection services. Less than a year into the Ukrainian conflict, the Department of Children and Integration tasked with managing the failing...

/ 24/01/2023

Shelbourne Hotel Protests: How ‘Dublin Says No’ Outwitted the Left

“Considerable fear about losing working class support to the nativist right was also expressed” – ‘Le Chéile: Ireland's Newest Censorship Org Off to an Uninspiring Start’, Ciaran Brennan Introduction When ‘Dublin Says No’ announced Saturday’s protest adjacent to the Shelbourne...

/ 23/01/2023

‘A Community of Communities’: Orania and the Future of South Africa

Encompassing an area of 1,221,037 km², South Africa is a large land-mass encompassing a variety of different linguistic, ethnic, and cultural groups. Situated geographically in the most sparsely populated region of the country, along the Orange River, lies the Afrikaner...

/ 20/01/2023

‘Calvary’ As A Critique Of Irish Society

Father James Lavelle (Brendan Gleeson) is a likable, down to earth ‘good priest’. The film opens with a scene at a confession booth, where an anonymous parishioner details disturbingly the sexual abuse inflicted on him by a priest as a child. The...

/ 18/01/2023

Paschal’s Wager: Irish Politicians and Finance Scandals

Coming on the heels of Damien English’s resignation over a recent property scandal, his fellow Fine Gael TD, Paschal Donohoe, has found himself in similar controversy over his failure to declare election-season financial expenses. The prolific trend among Irish politicians...

/ 17/01/2023
From RTÉ Press Centre

‘More Blacks, More Dogs, More Irish’ – RTÉ’s Progressive Musical Atrocity

Last week on the Tommy Tiernan show, a song “More Blacks More Dogs, More Irish” was played by an act “Steo Wall & Toshín”. The song’s theme is the usual talking point that readers will be familiar with. Irish people...

/ 16/01/2023

Asylum Industry, Vulture Funds, and Irish Displacement

Narrative Control Last Monday, National Party representative Paul McWeeney tweeted that a work colleague of his was unable to make an appointment for his sick baby in his local GP practice in Ballaghaderreen, county Roscommon. McWeeney’s tweet alleged that the...

/ 15/01/2023

The New Plantation of Ireland

It is interesting how Government and elected politicians will decry working-class attempts to stop the plantation of their communities with outsiders as ‘intimidation’ and ‘racist’ because they are loud, but shy away like cowards when wealthy communities stop the plantations...

/ 14/01/2023

Big Business Backs Open Border Pledge in Ireland

With protests across the capital sending political chills into the halls of power, the antifascist left and big business have responded in kind with a joint statement condemning the demonstrations and what they stand for. Announced by a new astroturfed...

/ 13/01/2023