Category: Reflections

Thoughts on Surviving the Battles of Pearse Street

The night of Friday 12th May saw me in Pearse Street and Saturday saw me outside the Custom House, then back to Pearse Street, before returning home via James Joyce’s old stomping grounds of Finn’s Hotel and Trinity’s forbidding walls....

/ 23/05/2023

WE’RE NOT SORRY: Removing Foreign Squats Is Not A Crime

Grassroots local activists ejected a group of anarchists and foreign illegals from the vicinity of Pearse Street on Friday night, and of course the government and left-liberals have been wetting their knickers since. On behalf of the Irish people we...

/ 15/05/2023

‘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

Biden in Ireland – Liberal Ireland’s Papal Visit

Joe Biden has come and gone, in a short visit that will not soon be forgotten. The main reason for the event was the commemoration of the 25th anniversary of the Good Friday Agreement. The first day of his three-day...

/ 17/04/2023

“Sous les pavés, chomâge.” What I saw at a French riot.

https://twitter.com/TheBurkeanIE/status/1646524050989260800 Bottles and bricks fly through the air from one side of the boulevard and smash into a policeman’s riot shield. Here and there the crowd keeps its distance from the heat of small bonfires that have been made out...

/ 13/04/2023

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 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

Is the Irish Constitution Still Fit for Purpose?

Irish liberals love to take pride in the fact that Ireland – by remaining democratic throughout the twentieth century while much of Europe was upended in conflict – is one of the longest surviving democracies in Europe. However, given the...

/ 25/02/2023