Tag: Liberalism

Ortega y Gasset: Man Against the Masses

José Ortega y Gasset, despite being one of the most renowned Spanish academics of the twentieth century, is an author whose corpus is unfortunately overlooked by modern anglophone right-wing circles. Ortega’s writings are of particular interest to a rightist analysis,...

/ 21/08/2022

Young Catholics Object to Irish Synod Findings

The ongoing Irish Synod is presenting itself as an opening for liberal lobbies within and without the Church to gain traction for long-envisioned ecclesiastical and catechetical reforms. The Irish wing of a worldwide consultation of the faithful, as well as...

/ 15/07/2022

Exiting History: The Myth of the Bipolar World

The ‘End of History’ has been postponed. Fukuyama, its author, assures us that ‘the spirit of 1989 is not dead…and is being reawakened’ by the Ukrainian conflict'. The End of History and the triumph of liberalism is still there. According...

/ 05/07/2022

Review: Justin Barrett’s ‘The Nationalist Reset’

"When it ceased to be the means for fair transactions and became the determinant of transactions, it caught hold of the whole world, and enthralled it to arbitrary power. It was a brilliant confidence trick, the more so because people...

/ 21/03/2022

Radlibs, not Leftists: Why Right-Socialism is the Only Viable Socialism

In the previous piece I described how the absence of a mandate to say no, which is inbuilt into Liberalism’s fabric, carries over into the economic sphere to promote free market chaos. In the case of immigration it was seen...

/ 19/03/2022

Liberalism as a Form of Entropy

Last year I wrote an article on the Roderic O’Gorman controversy. The what I remember most about the those events was the confrontation between nationalist protestors and Sinn-Féin affiliated counter-protestors outside of Leinster House. The latter group chanted their tried-and-true...

/ 14/03/2022

Did Liberal Hubris Sink the West in Afghanistan?

Twenty years, $2.26 trillion dollars and just under 125,000 lives lost.  That's how much time, money and lives the Afghan war has cost. The objective? To find and bring to justice, the Al - Qaeda terrorists who plotted and carried...

/ 06/03/2022

Cardinal Marx and the Future of the Church

Having travelled to Rome in May to offer his resignation as Archbishop of Munich and Freising, Cardinal Reinhard Marx received the Pope’s response today. Francis rejected the proposal, and called on bishops worldwide to take greater responsibility for the abuse crisis....

/ 11/06/2021

One Nationalism

"There is no other Nationalism than the Nationalism therein implied, i.e. that the nation is more important than any part of the nation." Padraig Pearse January 1914 I cannot say this any more forcefully than this: there are not four...

/ 11/02/2021

What Sort of Nationalist Are You?

Nationalism has made somewhat of a resurgence in the past decade, which was arguably caused by the internet opening up the floodgates to unorthodox opinions—although some may argue it was just a natural backlash against multiculturalism. With a growing number...

/ 09/02/2021