Tag: gaa

A Word About Irish Athletics (1884)

The following is taken from an 1884 article by GAA founder Michael Cusack No movement having for its object the social and political advancement of a nation from the tyranny of imported and enforced customs and manners can be regarded...

/ 05/06/2022

GAA Bends the Knee to Diversity Lobby

An ideological mop-up operation appears to be the order of the day across a variety of Irish institutions. In the aftermath of the anti-racist protests, while we have not yet seen Irish statues deposited into rivers, there has nevertheless been...

/ 24/06/2020

Cultural Nationalism and Ethnic Nationalism— A Plea for Rapprochement

The most important cleavage in politics today is the cleavage between globalism and nationalism. This is hardly an original statement. Indeed, it has almost become a truism. In country after country, election after election, the burning issue is not economics,...