Tag: Republicanism

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

Lankum Get Cancelled: When Irish Wokeness Meets Zionist Power

Proof that you don’t need to be a corporate big hitter like Paddy Cosgrave to get cancelled, pro-Palestinian sentiment claims a new Irish victim of it’s international cancel culture. This time, it’s in the form of Dublin based folk/avant-garde musical...

/ 08/12/2023

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

The Good, the Bad, and the Cringey: Post-mortem of the Dáil Protest

“I hate little wars,” said Wellington. So do we; and we hate still more a petty mob meeting without purpose, and dispersing without success. Perfect order, silence, obedience, alacrity, and courage make an assemblage formidable and respectable.” Thomas Davis: “Scolding...

/ 21/09/2023

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

The Burkean Reviews: Faith of Our Fathers

Ignore the Barbie/Oppenheimer nonsense; transcend this foreign false dichotomy with Lanklet Dev's review of Faith of Our Fathers… Forget Barbie and Oppenheimer! Faith of our Fathers premiered on Thursday night and it was kino. And I could be wrong however,...

/ 23/07/2023

Thoughts on Surviving the Battles of Pearse Street

The night of Friday 12th May saw me in Pearse Street and Saturday saw me outside the Custom House, then back to Pearse Street, before returning home via James Joyce’s old stomping grounds of Finn’s Hotel and Trinity’s forbidding walls....

/ 23/05/2023

BREAKING: Asylum Centre Blockades Have Spread to Another Town

As of 8pm, Sunday 21st, a blockade of a suspected site of new asylum plantation near the village of Scool, Co. Clare has begun. This follows a similar blockade nearby in Inch, Co. Clare. Locals stated that the blockade is...

/ 22/05/2023

Bodenstown or Downpatrick?

“We have come to the holiest place in Ireland; holier to us even than the place where Patrick sleeps in Down. Patrick brought us life, but this man died for us.” Those words were spoken at the grave of Wolfe...

/ 08/05/2023