Tag: Diversity

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

Sligo: LGBT Cartel Collides with Diversity

The situation remains hazy but one thing we can safely say is that no matter what there will be a fresh push for hate crime legislation in the aftermath of the gory events in Sligo. It's all the regime can...

/ 14/04/2022

Dublin’s Holiday Inn to be Converted into Major Asylum Centre

Ireland’s intake of refugees continues to gather steam as hotels ostensibly opened to service the ailing tourism industry have pivoted towards servicing the Great Plantation. The Holiday Inn at Dublin Airport, the fourth largest in the country costing €50 million...

/ 23/02/2022

The Udoma Committee: TCD Phil’s POC Powwow

Ireland's rising tide of colour seized temporary control of Trinity's GMB debating hall for the inaugural Udoma subcommittee geared at incubating 'POC' debaters. Not knowing where else to spend a squally February evening, this at the time rather intoxicated Burkean...

/ 12/02/2022

Chu for Seanad (Again)? Will Diversity Gimmick Woo Voters?

The characters (玩世不恭) denote the word cynicism in Mandarin Chinese and it appears that the impending Seanad race will be getting that in spades with news of Hazel Chu's snap involvement. Thought to have slung her political hook by burning...

/ 05/02/2022

Lucy Michael Finds God? Diversity Lobby Comes for Irish Anglicanism

Is God a white man? How many frumpy Fingal feminists can dance on the head of a pin? Such theological questions and more may be meditated upon by Dr Lucy Michael as she is tasked by the Anglican Church in...

/ 14/01/2022

Zemmour: The French Republic’s Last Safety Valve

You don’t have to read the historical tea leaves much to comprehend we are in the final days of the French Fifth Republic.  Vacillating between republican decadence and military strongmen the past quarter of a millenium, the present Élysée regime...

/ 10/01/2022

The Late Stage Toy Show

Long being a staple of contemporary Irish culture, last night we were once again faced with the event that most closely resembles a national religious rite on a parasocial level. With close to all readers being undoubtedly raised watching the...

/ 27/11/2021

TCD Academic Flogging New Antiracist Book For Over €100

Lentin Cashes In An old hand in the Irish diversity scene, Professor Emeritus of Sociology at TCD, Ronit Lentin looks set to extract blood from the stone with her new pricey book on the Irish asylum industry.  Retailing at €105...

/ 22/09/2021

Black Pride Ireland: What Happened to €30,000 of BLM Donations?

2020 was a bullish year for the racial grievance industry in Ireland with one activist group in particular drawing notoriety for their fundraising efforts. A collective of black queer activists, Black Pride Ireland first sprouted in 2019 as a group...

/ 30/06/2021