For Land and Life! – John Mitchel

From The United Irishman, 19 February, 1848 syndicated courtesy of An Cartlann. Land in Ireland is Life. Just in the proportion that our people contrive to keep or to gain some foot-hold on the soil, in that proportion exactly they will live and...

/ 30/04/2022

Will Le Pen Accept Zemmour’s Electoral Olive Branch?

It's been a case of third time unlucky for Madame Le Pen as French nationalism yet again failed to cross the electoral line in recent Presidential elections. While stitched together by glue and cynicism, the neoliberal grand coalition of leftist...

/ 29/04/2022

Dublin’s Globalist Aesthetic

Dublin is in many respects a bloated provincial town - one stretching out in kilometers in each direction to accommodate over a million people, as opposed to a kilometer in each to accommodate ten thousand. Large buildings are the exception...

/ 27/04/2022

The Progressive Aristocracy: Ornate Titles as a Form of Prestige-Signalling

When our ruling-class wants to identify someone that’s a member of what they deem as a protected group, they are noticeably quite conscious of the words they use. Not only that, they are conscious of the amount of words used,...

/ 26/04/2022

Eagles Amid the Ruins: Syrian Nationalists Reflect After 11 Years of War

Syria’s National Vanguard Syria passed a morbid landmark in March 2021 marking the 10 year anniversary since the outbreak of protests and subsequent Western backed hostilities against the al-Assad government. Arguably the defining conflict of the century so far, the civil...

/ 23/04/2022

Iarnród Éireann’s €79k Diversity Hire

Thoughts of racial inclusion may be far from the minds of struggling rail commuters but regardless Iarnród Éireann is advertising for a potential €79,000 per annum ‘Equality Diversity (sic) and Inclusion Officer’ to start immediately. Based out of Connolly Station,...

/ 22/04/2022

Ancient Order of Hibernians Returns to Armagh

Armagh for those not familiar is a quaint town (no urban area with a population of 10,000 should be described as a city), the reported burial place of Brian Boru. The seat of the Primate of All Ireland, the county...

/ 21/04/2022

Sligo Murders: A Proper Response

The death notices for Aidan Moffitt, Michael Snee and Ashling Murphy should make for reflective reading for those opportunists who organised vigils and opened books of condolences for them in seedy Dublin pubs.  The grieving families' notices make it plain...

/ 20/04/2022

Soros’s Irish Snitch Line: INAR Goes on PR Spending Spree

Irish billboards and airwaves have been used yet again to flaunt the extravagant wealth of the nation’s NGO class with a new media campaign by the Soros darlings of INAR Ireland. An affiliate member of the Open Society backed ENAR...

/ 19/04/2022

Whatever Happened to National Catholicism?

Though the recent death of Carmelite nun Sr Mary Kevin O'Higgins ends another living link to the revolutionary period, it does help us underscore still-relevant networking patterns. Maev O'Higgins was born in Government Buildings (now the Department of the Taoiseach),...

/ 15/04/2022