Category: Politics

Kellie Harrington: Official Ireland Can’t Put Immigration Back in the Box

Today’s targeting of Kellie Harrington for mild views on immigration and the sin of sharing a GBNews article is the latest sign of a losing streak by the status quo in the attempt to reestablish dominance on a shifting public...

/ 28/03/2023

Students4Change: TCDSU’s Radlib Wave

Chaired by TCD SU’s incoming president László Molnárfi, Students4Change is a self-described Marxist and Anarchist front group with the intent of organising leftist students on campus. László, originally from Hungary, moved to Dublin from Belgium in 2020 to begin studying...

/ 27/03/2023

The Strange Case of Enoch Burke – The State now has One Teacher Less

There’s a scene in Michael Moore’s Bowling for Columbine where Moore interviews two students of Columbine High School in Colorado, where the 1999 Columbine school shootings happened. They are telling him they get class credits for taking a course in...

/ 26/03/2023

The Government Announces Anti-Irish “Action Plan Against Racism”

On Tuesday, the Irish government released its "National Action Plan Against Racism", a far-reaching broad suite of policies designed to stifle criticism of mass immigration and empower corrupt NGOs and hostile foreign nationals to entrench their privileged status in Irish...

/ 23/03/2023

Multipolarity and France’s Collapsing African Empire

Françafrique: Empire Denied To the untrained eye, a recent wave of coups in tinpot African states has precious little relevance for European politics. However, the ousting of France from swathes of West Africa by Russian-backed juntas portends one of the...

/ 15/03/2023

Mary Kenny and Ireland’s Blossoming Cancel Culture

The news broke earlier this month that Mary Kenny was successfully no-platformed by trans activists angered at her being booked to speak at the University of Limerick. Kenny was due to give a talk on the topic “The Media and...

/ 13/03/2023
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Irish Government Proposes Transgender Education in Primary Schools

Government ministers, including the Tanaiste and Taoiseach,  have voiced their intent to introduce a transgender education programme into primary schools. The predatory nature of such an ‘educational’ programme is lost amongst government leaders, who in the far-left ideological bubble of...

/ 11/03/2023

The Fall of the House of Desmond and the Plantation of Munster

In the late 16th century private dispute between two Old English families, the Butlers and the FitzGeralds, erupted into two rebellions against English rule that left the population of Munster devastated by plague and famine, with thousands of English families...

/ 05/03/2023

The Renaissance and Political Realism

“In them for the first time we detect the modern political spirit of Europe” – Jacob Burckhardt, ‘The Renaissance in Italy’ Via the Renaissance, allow me to concisely consider the birth-throngs of modernity: the ur-aesthetic-political-conceptual conceits and peculiarities its victims...

/ 04/03/2023

Ireland’s Golden Visa Blunder: Did Chinese Intelligence Benefit from Visa Scheme?

The Irish government has opted to close its “golden visa” scheme in recent weeks, as the exploitation of the system by Chinese assets has spooked the government amidst growing concerns over Chinese activities in Europe.  Ostensibly marketed towards Irish Americans,...

/ 28/02/2023