Tag: sarcasm

From Social Democracy to Social Fascism: Is Holly Cairns the Session Moth Ireland Needs?

Dismissed hitherto by this publication as an airheaded, fake-tan drenched, and washed up thot past her physical prime; Holly Cairns, the nouveau Satrap of the Social Democrats, has ignited ire and interest alike following a recent tweet concerning the plantation...

/ 20/05/2023

The Case to Cancel Ulysses

Even though Ulysses is situated in Dublin on Thursday, June 16th, 1904, the day author James Joyce first dated Nora Barnacle, the sooner our politicians call one of their rigged Citizens' Assemblies to consign that date, that author and that...

/ 04/03/2022

How WB Yeats Got CUCKED – A Pick Up Artist’s Analysis

 “We against whom you have done this thing are no petty people” – W. B. Yeats Introduction Intra-nationalist squabbles and petty disputes are an idiosyncratic fixation of mine: Othmar Spann’s distaste for Carl Schmitt; the mutual animosity betwixt the Blueshirts...

/ 14/02/2022