Jordan Peterson: An Astroturfed Phenomenon?

Jordan Peterson is an enigmatic figure in today’s world. He rose to prominence due to his refusal to use transgender pronouns if their use was made compulsory by the Canadian state, exploding to international superstardom as clips of his refusal...

/ 22/05/2022

Why Political Dissidents Should Avoid ProtonMail

Imagine that you gave birth to a true masterpiece, a meme so good you must share it with your epic, based, and redpilled friends. But, since the day you first read about online you have been wielding a vendetta against...

/ 20/05/2022

A National Historiography For a National Resurrection

Introduction: “The spiritual thing which is the essential thing in nationality would seem to reside chiefly in language (if by language we understand literature and folklore as well as sounds and idioms). And to be preserved chiefly by language; but...

/ 19/05/2022

Rwanda Plan: Ireland to Become Brexit Britain’s Asylum Bolthole?

The British government's attempted roll out of the much denigrated 'Rwanda Plan' to cope with asylum claims is sure to catch the covert attention of many EU states.  Aimed at mitigating the pull factor of those taking their chances crossing...

/ 16/05/2022

What’s Behind Darragh O’Brien’s Comments on Migration?

In a surprise turn of events, avowed liberal and senior Minister Darragh O’Brien, the TD for Fingal and Minister for Housing, is “under fire” for supposedly blaming migrants for their contribution to the housing crisis. ‘Fingal Communities Against Racism’, a...

/ 15/05/2022

The View from ‘Connolly House’

The Battle for Moral Superiority is well and truly underway in Dublin as republican socialists take on shadowy international financiers (a Methodist charity in this case) in a bid to out-cuck themselves for foreigners.  This month "Socialist Republicans" occupied Lefroy...

/ 13/05/2022

Wagner in the Sahel: What’s Behind the Irish Withdrawal in Mali?

Scant attention has been paid to the partial withdrawal of the Irish Army Ranger Wing from the war-ravaged nation of Mali last month, amid fast and loose accusations of Russian backed atrocities involving the Wagner mercenary group.  A contingent of...

/ 12/05/2022

TENI Covers Their Tracks: Did Trans NGO Lie About Accountancy Qualifications?

The beleaguered trans NGO TENI continues its march towards ruination with revelations by the Sunday Times that the group’s chairperson Sara Phillips allegedly misrepresented themselves as a chartered accountant. Blazing a trail of  infamy for careless accounting, TENI seemingly erased...

/ 09/05/2022

Stormont Elections: Sinn Féin Takes the Wheel

Stormont looks set to be getting a lick of green paint with Sinn Féin now officially overtaking the DUP as the statelet’s premier party. Riding on the back of demographic shift and a political crisis within unionism, the Shinners romped...

/ 07/05/2022

McEntee Pushes Illegal Migration Clinics in Amnesty Drive

The Migrants Rights Centre Ireland is doing a tour of the country running clinics to provide assistance for illegals in applying for Justice Minister Helen McEntee's blanket amnesty scheme which began on January 31st this year. McEntee called into Galway...

/ 03/05/2022