Category: Articles

Civil War? No, But French Riots Still a Political Game Changer

Monday afternoon, and it's increasingly clear that the forces of the French Republic are gaining the upper hand against the Arab rioters who have hammered the nation the past week. The French intifada of 2023 ends with a remarkably low...

/ 03/07/2023

Morrissey – The Original Volcel

Before we delve into this article, I would like to thank the seething liberals for making this one of the easiest I have ever written. Their hundreds, if not thousands, of articles “slating” Morrissey provided me with all the resources...

/ 29/06/2023

Social Media, Body Dysmorphia & Toxic Online Gym Culture

There can be little doubt that social media has had a profound impact on society. Sure, it has brought people closer together. I can connect with a friend who I haven't seen in years and receive a vivid, blow by...

/ 27/06/2023

RTÉ on the Ropes? Time for a TV Licence Boycott

Blood is on the floor in Donnybrook after bombshell revelations about €345,000 worth of below the counter payments to Ryan Tubirdy forced the resignation of RTÉ’s head Dee Forbes in a shock punch to the jugular to the nation’s cosy...

/ 26/06/2023

“McGregor Forever” Review: We Never Left

Lanklet Dev analyses the themes and motifs of the recent Conor McGregor documentary... To coincide with the beginning of Gael Boy Summer, the leader of the coming youngfella revolution released his highly anticipated documentary "McGregor Forever" recently. It consists of...

/ 25/06/2023

The Azure Forum: NATO’s Irish Think-Tank?

Established in 2019, the Azure Forum is a British foreign policy think-tank based in Ireland. Largely flying under the public’s radar, the Azure Forum has been active in foreign policy debates in the media and pro-Atlanticist media circles. Protecting National...

/ 21/06/2023

The Irish Establishment is Not Ready for a Politicised Presidency

Not just a novelty tea cosy, Michael D Higgins has thrown the fox into the Atlanticist henhouse with a robust defence of Irish neutrality ahead of a blatantly rigged forum on defence policy.  True to his contrarian anti-war roots the...

/ 20/06/2023

Irish Neutrality Committee Rigged by Pro-NATO Gov 

 With the war in Ukraine turning into even more of a meat grinder, Ryan Kiersey takes a look at the machinations of our own government to force the Irish people into the conflict through a citizen's assembly-style charade. Ireland’s Consultative...

/ 19/06/2023

Hate Speech Split in Fianna Fáil?

Oireachtas TV likely hit record numbers in the low hundreds this week as anxious right-wingers tuned in to watch a Seanad debate on hate speech laws.  McEntee’s Bill experienced a cakewalk through the lower house last month, with a gaggle...

/ 15/06/2023

Dublin Asylum Protestors Bring It Their Doors (On Bikes)

The inner city dubs gathered at Connolly Station last Sunday on bicycles to take part in the sort of "direct action" that is shaking the establishment to the core. The sun was shining bright which boosted the morale of the...

/ 13/06/2023