Category: Ireland

How Ireland Will Lose Out From EU Recovery Fund

The Republic of Ireland has a national public debt of €242 billion, a debt of almost €50,000 on the head of each man, woman and child. This is thanks to the Government’s prodigious spending, and bumped along by the €64...

/ 13/05/2021

INAR’s New Vacancies: How Much Are Activists Being Paid to Replicate BLM Tactics in Ireland?

It would appear that despite the recent downturn, the nation’s NGO complex looks set to expand at pace with the announcement by the Irish Network Against Racism (INAR) of notice to fill two positions, both involved in community activism. With...

/ 12/05/2021

A Plea for an Irish Distributist State-1932

Far from the present radlib milieu the Irish Labour party in the early years of the state was arguably the greatest proponent of Catholic economic teaching.The following is the complete parliamentary speech given by William Norton TD in 1932 upon...

/ 09/05/2021

Eoghan Harris: Downfall of a Regime Journalist

This weekend a scheduling hole will be blown in the oped columns of the Sunday Independent following the departure of long term polemicist Eoghan Harris. By now most readers will have heard of the saga. One of how a veteran...

/ 08/05/2021

Who is Paying Legal Fees of a Convicted Jihadist in Ireland?

In February, this publication reported on the legal precedent set at the Supreme Court whereby the Algerian-born jihadist Ali Charaf Damache managed to successfully challenge the manner by which the Irish State revokes citizenship, thus blowing a considerable hole in...

/ 04/05/2021

When Wilhelm Reich Inspired Solar Cults in Roscommon

"Deformity in Conformity, I Found This, I Found This" “Sorel […] reproached Maurras for being too democratic, a reproach which, at first glance, can appear paradoxical. In reality, what Sorel wanted to say is that Maurras, positivist and intellectualist, had...

/ 02/05/2021

How Much of the Dublin Housing List is Foreign Born?

In the months before lockdown there was a small flurry of protests in West Dublin motivated by what was perceived to be the privileging of non-nationals on the public housing list. In the working class community of Mulhuddart, residents put...

/ 29/04/2021

Stephen Donnelly’s AstraZeneca Woes

Stephen Donnelly the independent-turned-Social-Democrat-turned-Independent-turned-Fianna-Fáil TD for Wicklow is not new to gaffes. Indeed he would be quite prone to them by any measure, such as when he had materials on his website lambasting Fianna Fáil after joining them dragged up...

/ 27/04/2021

Irish Government Siphons 400k of Foreign Aid into Open Borders Propaganda

Alongside facemask manufacturers, it's been a rather halcyon year for so-called opponents of 'misinformation', as a cottage industry of experts have emerged onto the scene. From the entirely astroturfed ISD organisation, never quite off our airwaves, to battalions of perfunctory...

/ 26/04/2021

Shocking Footage as Gardaí Storm Church for Violating Lockdown Regulations

Another week and another outrage has emerged in lockdown Ireland as a Latin Mass ceremony was gatecrashed by members of An Garda Síochána implementing NPHET edicts. In harrowing footage released this afternoon, congregants of the SSPX operated Corpus Christi Church...

/ 25/04/2021