Category: Culture & Arts

Eat the Bugs Paddy: Does the Irish Meat Industry Have a Future?

The centrality played by the cow in Irish life is hard to ignore. From our nation's mythological cradle, right up to contemporary politics, our bovine friends have remained silent sentinels over Irish history. With Ireland lacking major mineral deposits to...

/ 15/10/2021

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

Foundation Texts of Irish Nationalism: A Reading List

Below is a list of books for the purpose of acquainting and educating its audience on the subject of Irish Nationalism. The books form a canon which is mostly, but not entirely, political in nature. The works were chosen to...

/ 17/09/2021

The Praesidium Triumphant: Lessons from the Legion of Mary

“In short, in every circumstance of special difficulty, or in face of danger, the legionary should remind himself: “A war is on”!  This phrase that nerves a war-ridden people to sacrifice, should steel the legionary in his warfare for souls...

/ 16/09/2021

Nazbol Sally: A Right Wing Extremist Reviews ‘Beautiful World, Where Are You’

Preface: I vowed never to read Rooney’s glorified chick-lit again… I was on an excursion to the Carpathian Mountains, accompanied by my Dacian irredentist comrade from the Blackrock College days, when I received a call at the foot of the...

/ 10/09/2021

NIMBYism i bPórt Lairge: An bhfuil Lorraine Clifford Lee Ceart?

Ní minic a fhaighimid conspóid maidir leis an nGaeilge sa tír seo. Tharla an eachtra neamhghnách le déanaí, áfach, nuair a chuir Seanadóir Clifford Lee i gcoinne forbairt tithíochta i lár Gaeltacht Phórt Lairge. Bunaithe i mBaile Atha Cliath, ach...

/ 07/09/2021

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

Revisionism and Irish National Demoralisation

“This country of ours is no sand bank, thrown up by some recent caprice of earth. It is an ancient land, honoured in the archives of civilisation, traceable into antiquity by its piety, its valour, and its sufferings. Every great...

/ 23/08/2021

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

Crushproof: Skanger Nationalist Parable on Screen

“I'll remember Dublin city, in the rare ould times” “And their sons will be respected men, and they will be established as judges over your sons; they will govern your city and they will buy your field, for the universal...

/ 11/08/2021