Category: Culture & Arts

‘Ye Wife Swapping Sodomites!’ E Michael Jones’ and ‘Degenerate Moderns’ 

"Hither flock all the crowd whom love has wrecked Of intellectuals without intellect And sexless folk whose sexes intersect...." - Roy Campbell, 'The Georgiads' Introduction “G’way, ye wife swapping sodomites.” - Úna Bean Mhic Mhathúna The mere mention of Dr....

/ 03/05/2023

Pádraig Pearse – Warrior Poet

“I am ready. For years I have waited and prayed for this day. We have the most glorious opportunity that has ever presented itself of really asserting ourselves. Such an opportunity may never come again. We have Ireland’s liberty in...

/ 24/04/2023

Animal Advocacy Group Calls for Peaceful Demonstration

Animal rights and welfare issues must be included as an integral tenet to any positive vision of Irish Nationalism. Pet theft is degenerate. Missing/Stolen Animals Ireland is calling for the public to support their peaceful demonstration outside Leinster House on...

/ 20/04/2023

Anti-Irish Propaganda Industry Gets a Funding Boost

“As a society, we are becoming more diverse, and with this, our attitudes and actions towards differences must also change” - Leo Varadkar's foreword to the National Action Plan Against Racism 2023 Ambitious in its scale and extensive in its...

/ 10/04/2023

Al-Qadri’s Asylum Pivot

Political Islam in Ireland has so far been something of a dead duck. While Islamic penetration of the political system is frighteningly common in the UK, Sweden, and France, the Islamic community in Ireland is yet too meagre and, more...

/ 07/04/2023

HOMESCHOOLING: THE NEXT TARGET OF THE LIBERAL REGIME

Article 42 of the Irish Constitution has been in the crosshairs of the forces intent on shaping Ireland into a ‘leftist’ society based on Marxist principles for some time. Already we have seen Constitutional Amendments allowing ‘same-sex-marriage’ by changing the...

/ 03/04/2023

Conor McGregor: The Cultured Thug

“I tell you what, them Irish genes are good. They've served me well. We are made tough. We are made of steel. So I have no doubt the blood in my genes, the Irish blood in me has definitely stood...

/ 30/03/2023

On St. Patrick and the Irish: Hilaire Belloc

The following is an extract from Hilaire Belloc's 1911 work "First and Last" on the conversion of the Irish and legacy of St. Patrick. If there is one thing that people who are not Catholic have gone wrong upon more...

/ 17/03/2023

The Banshees Of Inisherin – An Exercise In Cultural Self Deprecation

The following piece first appeared on the website Excuse the Blood and is syndicated with the permission of the author. At the time of writing, The Banshees Of Inisherin has earned nine Oscar nominations and ten BAFTA nominations. It has...

/ 28/01/2023

‘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