Tag: Conservatism

Opt Out: Dáil Adjournment Shows Migration Pact on the Ropes Ahead of Crunch Vote

There are strong indicators that the government’s resolve to ratify the EU Migration Pact could be wavering after a Fine Gael attempt to postpone a crunch Oireachtas vote on the asylum deal was carried Wednesday afternoon at the behest of...

/ 20/06/2024

Diversity in an Irish Town; The Great Replacement and the Six Counties

Dublin’s bank holiday rally just past is indicative of a seashift in national opinion with the Irish quickly registering an unexpected volkish volte-face against mass migration previously unthought of. The cat is not just out of the bag but is...

/ 08/05/2024

Gunboat Asylum Policy: Don’t Fall Into Tory Trap on Irish Refugee Crisis

The 20th century problem of partition took a 21st century turn for the worse this week as Westminster commenced a sabre rattling campaign against Dublin with a semi-overt threat to target the Republic with hybrid migration Lukashenko style. A week...

/ 30/04/2024

Coolock Update: Did Antifa Work With Police and Media – Attempting a False Flag Op (But Getting Beaten Up Instead)?

We can share more details that implicate media and police entities in a potential plot to frame Dublin nationalists for violence This is a follow-up to our reporting yesterday. More details have emerged which many believe points towards a dangerous...

/ 07/04/2024

Antifa Battered In Coolock, Their Phones Seized By Nationalists Apparently Revealing Seedy Links Between Media, NGOs, and Far Left

Earlier today, locals protesting against a refugee centre in Coolock, Dublin were confronted by leftist journalists and other antifa types. Here are the facts as we understand them from local first-hand sources in Coolock. We will be updating this article...

/ 06/04/2024

TOXIC: Public Meltdowns and Doxxing—Hermann Kelly is a Liability to Irish Nationalism

Over the past few months, Hermann Kelly has carried out a harassment campaign against several nationalist Irish journalists in Brussels. This has included doxxing, defaming, attempts to have them fired, and public meltdowns (including once at a Christmas Party he...

/ 03/04/2024

After the Referenda: A Roadmap for the Right

The historical significance of the referendums on Friday, 8th March, and the subsequent reactions cannot be overstated. Precisely because it is history, we cannot yet appreciate what it means and what it will lead to. History is written retrospectively, and...

/ 19/03/2024

Does the ‘No’ Landslide Mark the Return of Iliberal Social Justice Politics?

The Constitutional Referenda's defeat offers an unparalleled opportunity for dissidents to reclaim the historic tradition of 'Catholic justice' back from the Managerial Class. (This piece is syndicated from Aistí Ó Craobh with the permission of the author). ‘The family in...

/ 18/03/2024

Ireland’s Referendum: Vote No No

On March 8th, international women's day, Ireland will go to the polls in what is yet another controversial referendum put forth by a socially distant government. Sources within Dáil Éireann have noted the internal divide within Fine Gael and Fianna...

/ 07/03/2024

“Notions” Are Good, Actually.

There are few things worse for an Irish person than being called out for having “notions”. The accused is thought to be prideful, self-obsessed, narcissistic, and possibly delusional.  In reality, “having notions” means having ideas above your station. The Irish,...

/ 22/02/2024