Category: Articles

Is the Gaza Crisis About to Propel Islamo-Populism in the UK?

“I had dreamt of no Islamic revolution in Britain but rather of a slow conversion, helped by an Islamic infiltration.” Anthony Burgess 1978 Bye-elections aside the British Labour Party is having a poor week. The centrist Labour leader Keir Starmer...

/ 20/10/2023

Government Spends Billions on Refugees but Refuses Irish People Humanitarian Aid

Locals in Wexford were told by the government that they would not receive aid after a freak weather disaster destroyed their lives. The same government literally sends billions abroad for the same situation; the only difference is that they're happy...

/ 18/10/2023

Paddy Cosgrave Did Nothing Wrong (About Israel)

The Web Summit founder has been forced to issue an apology for his tweets on the situation in Gaza. What was this all about, and was he right to say sorry? Over the past few days, a storm in a...

/ 17/10/2023

The Government’s Support of Palestine and Rejection of Armenia is Rank Hypocrisy

In the past couple of weeks, members of the Irish government have, in a rare moment of virtue, voiced their opposition to aggressive Israeli military moves in Gaza. While this is to be commended, it brings into stark relief the...

/ 16/10/2023

Banter Policing in England: A Slippery Slope?

Is banter being banned in Anglostan? What about here? What are the limits of banter? Lanklet Dev muddles his way through the issue with plenty of nauseating Britspeak dropped along the way... https://twitter.com/PangurBn10/status/1681632790876418048 "Enjoyable banter" that "went too far" -...

/ 10/10/2023

Stakeknife: The Spy Who Made Modern Ireland

Freddie Scappaticci, Stakeknife was, according to the book’s blurb, “the British spy who played a leading role in the British intelligence war against the Provisional IRA.” Stakeknife, along with John Joe McGee, another British plant, infamously ran the IRA’s Nutting...

/ 02/10/2023

Poland Packs It In: Ukraine is Not Ready for the Long War

Following a spat over Ukrainian grain swamping European markets, Poland has stopped the export of any further war materials to Ukraine in their war against Russia.  Warsaw may not be considered to be a major military power in the eyes...

/ 30/09/2023

Newbridge Says No: Massive Turnout on Wednesday Evening

Wednesday 27th of September at 7pm there was a sizeable protest outside The Gables Guest House and Leisure Centre in Newbridge. Locals were voicing their concerns after a busload of foreign men were spotted taking up residence in the building....

/ 27/09/2023

Ireland’s New Electoral Commission and its powers: Another victory for the government in their war against Free Speech

In what might seem (to the untrained eye) to be another humdrum quango involved in the tedious business of organising elections lie many grave threats to Ireland’s struggling democracy. Ireland’s new Electoral Commission, founded in April of this year, will...

/ 26/09/2023

Fact-Check: Was a black girl denied a gymnastics medal due to racism in Ireland?

The Claim: Video from an Irish youth gymnastics meet showed various competitors being presented with medals. The only black girl in view is not given a medal by the judge. Various media outlets and international sporting figures claimed that this...

/ 25/09/2023