Tag: Conservatism

‘An Geimhreadh Thiar?’: Máirtín Ó Direáin as a Spenglerian Prophet of Ireland’s Decline

Influenced by the anti-modernism of Oswald Spengler, the Gaelic poetry of Ó Direáin rebukes modern Ireland's urban winter in favour of a return to the consciousness of our rural springtime. The following article is syndicated with permission from Aistí ó...

/ 20/02/2024

Rajputana and Decadence: a Warning to European Civilisation

This article has been syndicated with the permission of the Swedish publication Konservativ debatt. It has been translated into English from the original Swedish.  Rajputana, Land of the Rajputs, in the early 12th century, was a kingdom filled with majestic...

/ 08/02/2024

FACT-CHECK: Is obesity a disease, as Leo claims?

 "Obesity is a disease, and we should not forget that.” - Leo Varadkar  Sinn Féin TD for Louth, Ruairí Ó Murchú, brought up the shortage of ozempic in Ireland, a drug being touted as a sufficient weight-loss remedy, with Leo...

/ 01/02/2024

The Government’s Support of Palestine and Rejection of Armenia is Rank Hypocrisy

In the past couple of weeks, members of the Irish government have, in a rare moment of virtue, voiced their opposition to aggressive Israeli military moves in Gaza. While this is to be commended, it brings into stark relief the...

/ 16/10/2023

Newbridge Says No: Massive Turnout on Wednesday Evening

Wednesday 27th of September at 7pm there was a sizeable protest outside The Gables Guest House and Leisure Centre in Newbridge. Locals were voicing their concerns after a busload of foreign men were spotted taking up residence in the building....

/ 27/09/2023

Ireland and the Spanish Civil War: Debunking Leftist Myths

Central among the myths that motivate leftist Irish republicans is that of Ireland’s engagement in the Spanish Civil War. Heralding Frank Ryan as an anti-fascist hero, singing songs about the Connolly Column like Christy Moore’s Viva la Quinta Brigada and...

/ 14/09/2023

The Hibernian Archive: Irish Nationalist Magazine Now Online

Running from May 2006 to September 2008 The Hibernian was a small but powerful outlet for the Irish nationalist Right during the late 00s with a stridently Catholic and Republican editorial line. Under the editorship of Irish Republican volunteer and...

/ 17/08/2023

Irish Liberals Killed Sinéad O’Connor 

On the 26th of July, famous Irish singer Sinéad O'Connor passed away in her South London flat at the age of 56. Liberal Ireland’s muse for the past 30 years, O’Connor accumulated quite the expansive record as a progressive activist,...

/ 03/08/2023

Morrissey review: Throw Yer Telly Out De Windah!

Morrissey made a triumphant return to Ireland with 2 gigs last weekend on Saturday and Sunday in Vicar Street. Lanklet Dev and Pearse Mulligan cobble together some memories of the Saturday night performance… Having forgotten to buy Morrissey tickets on...

/ 17/07/2023

Nature Restoration Law: Fine Gael Ignites the Fuse on Agrarian Populism?

What do Fine Gael MEPs and the Bavarian Communists have in common? Apparently a revulsion to sheep farmers (here, those west of the Shannon) as the socially demented Nature Restoration Law cleared the European Parliament today 324 votes to 312...

/ 12/07/2023