Category: Reflections

Irish Christian Brothers: Reflections on the End of a Tradition

I recently visited Ireland's main burial site for the Christian Brothers; it is in Baldoyle's Dublin Road at the back of their former residence, which is now a block of luxury apartments. Access to it is gained by arranging in...

/ 09/04/2022

Spain Against Barbarism: The Philosophy of the Falange

Introduction: “In order to implement all these things, there is to defeat, certainly, countless resistors. All selfishness will be opposed; but our motto has always been that: it is not about saving the material; property, such as we knew it...

/ 03/04/2022

Radlibs, not Leftists: Why Right-Socialism is the Only Viable Socialism

In the previous piece I described how the absence of a mandate to say no, which is inbuilt into Liberalism’s fabric, carries over into the economic sphere to promote free market chaos. In the case of immigration it was seen...

/ 19/03/2022

Liberalism as a Form of Entropy

Last year I wrote an article on the Roderic O’Gorman controversy. The what I remember most about the those events was the confrontation between nationalist protestors and Sinn-Féin affiliated counter-protestors outside of Leinster House. The latter group chanted their tried-and-true...

/ 14/03/2022

“Each fights for the Fatherland” : Pádraig Pearse

The following is a 1915 article by Pádraig Pearse reflecting on the significance of the outbreak of hostilities on the Continent, syndicated in light of today's events. When we are old (those of us who live to be old) we...

/ 24/02/2022

How WB Yeats Got CUCKED – A Pick Up Artist’s Analysis

 “We against whom you have done this thing are no petty people” – W. B. Yeats Introduction Intra-nationalist squabbles and petty disputes are an idiosyncratic fixation of mine: Othmar Spann’s distaste for Carl Schmitt; the mutual animosity betwixt the Blueshirts...

/ 14/02/2022

Bloody Sunday: Why Mere Civil Rights Were Never Enough

“I yearn for hammerblows on clinkered planks, the uncompromised report of driven thole-pins, to know there is one among us who never swerved from all his instincts told him was right action, who stood his ground in the indicative, whose...

/ 30/01/2022

Euro Snap Shot: How Corporations Abuse Irish Residency

The Euro Stoxx 50 index gives us a snapshot of how EU denominated stocks are performing. As they also indicate where institutional investors with Euro denominated liabilities should hold their offsetting assets, they play pivotal roles in the management of...

/ 28/01/2022

Is Female Anxiety Being Weaponised in Ireland?

Friction between the genders is a barren pursuit. At an instinctual level I can never trust a man with a psychological loathing of the opposite sex beyond an understandable level of lived cynicism.  Perhaps it's the white knight in me...

/ 17/01/2022

(Not So) New To The Parish – #3 Father Ted, Or How The Snake Eats The Tail

I grew up watching British comedies, and I still watch many of them, with the likes of Bottom, I’m Alan Partridge and The League Of Gentlemen being particular favourites. Seeing Father Ted of course stuck out like a sore thumb....

/ 15/01/2022