Category: Ireland

After the Referenda: A Roadmap for the Right

The historical significance of the referendums on Friday, 8th March, and the subsequent reactions cannot be overstated. Precisely because it is history, we cannot yet appreciate what it means and what it will lead to. History is written retrospectively, and...

/ 19/03/2024

Does the ‘No’ Landslide Mark the Return of Iliberal Social Justice Politics?

The Constitutional Referenda's defeat offers an unparalleled opportunity for dissidents to reclaim the historic tradition of 'Catholic justice' back from the Managerial Class. (This piece is syndicated from Aistí Ó Craobh with the permission of the author). ‘The family in...

/ 18/03/2024

Ireland’s Referendum: Vote No No

On March 8th, international women's day, Ireland will go to the polls in what is yet another controversial referendum put forth by a socially distant government. Sources within Dáil Éireann have noted the internal divide within Fine Gael and Fianna...

/ 07/03/2024

Ferns Spotlight Part 1: The Anatomy of a Plantation

Last week we spoke to locals in the town of Ferns, Co. Wexford, who are opposing a site in the middle of the town slated to be used as a refugee centre. The situation has become worse, and in this...

/ 02/03/2024

“Notions” Are Good, Actually.

There are few things worse for an Irish person than being called out for having “notions”. The accused is thought to be prideful, self-obsessed, narcissistic, and possibly delusional.  In reality, “having notions” means having ideas above your station. The Irish,...

/ 22/02/2024

[REVEALED] RTÉ AUDIENCE MEMBER TURNS OUT TO BE A LEFT-WING LGBT ACTIVIST

Last night on RTE's Up Front with Katie Hannon, an audience member posed a question about the upcoming marriage referendum. Viewers recognised him from a previous episode of the show. In an unsurprising twist, he has been revealed to be...

/ 21/02/2024

‘An Geimhreadh Thiar?’: Máirtín Ó Direáin as a Spenglerian Prophet of Ireland’s Decline

Influenced by the anti-modernism of Oswald Spengler, the Gaelic poetry of Ó Direáin rebukes modern Ireland's urban winter in favour of a return to the consciousness of our rural springtime. The following article is syndicated with permission from Aistí ó...

/ 20/02/2024

Ireland’s debt to Sweden: The foundation of the Irish Folklore Commission

This article was translated to Swedish and published by the Swedish publication Konservativ debatt. Here it is displayed in the original English-language form. At the beginning of the twentieth century, the Gaelic Revival sought to recover and express Ireland’s native...

/ 16/02/2024

Fact-check: Helen McEntee “Debunking Migration Myths”

Minister for Justice Helen McEntee last week claimed to "bust five myths about migration." We' examined her claims using the available statistics. Claim #1: Migrants Contribute to the Economy  Fact Check: False The Minister cites a statistic, without reference, stating...

/ 07/02/2024

Newbridge Stands Firm

We spoke to Tom and Críostoir who are campaigning against the recent plantation that has beset Newbridge in County Kildare. They expressed distrust and frustration with the government and elected representatives over the blatant disregard and contempt the people of...

/ 29/01/2024