Tag: Ukraine

EXCLUSIVE: Shuttered Irish Nursing Homes Now Housing Government Migrants

This is the second of a series of exposés on the effect of the establishment’s mass-asylum policy on the most vulnerable groups in Irish society. For part one about how the policy is affecting young people and students you can...

/ 23/11/2022

Asylum Standoff in East Wall

This evening locals have reported the new arrival of young male asylum seekers into a former ESB office block situated on East Wall Road in Dublin. Shortly after the arrival of a full bus of asylum seekers mattresses were seen...

/ 18/11/2022

The Irish Families Displaced by Asylum Surge: The Burkean Interviews

This is the first of a series of exposés on the effect of the establishment's mass-asylum policy on the most vulnerable groups in Irish society. The last few years have not been the best for the Irish housing system. With...

/ 29/09/2022

A Car Bomb in Moscow: Who Killed Daria Dugin?

Last Saturday evening in Moscow, the daughter of the Russian philosopher and public figure Aleksandr Dugin, Daria “Dasha” Dugina, was killed in a car explosion. With few to no sources claiming that the explosion was purely the result of a...

/ 23/08/2022

Tension in Finglas Over New Asylum Centre

The ongoing arrival of 220 male asylum seekers at an abandoned retail unit in Finglas yesterday was met with local opposition further underlining the faltering international protection system bleeding onto the mainstream. Primarily non-Ukrainians, approximately 70 asylum seekers were placed...

/ 18/08/2022

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

2022 Irish Asylum Spike Just the Start

News of a spike in international protection claims signifies the pebbles before an avalanche of asylum applicants to the Irish state. Recorded by the International Protection Office, the Republic experienced more than an effective doubling in asylum claims from the...

/ 02/06/2022

85 Days of Slavyansk: A Memoir of the 2014 Ukraine War

REVIEW: 85 Days of Slavyansk by Alexander Zhuchkovsky, translated into English by @Peter_Nimitz on Twitter. What rages today is the largest conventional conflict in the European continent since the Second World War, fought by around half a million soldiers serving...

/ 23/05/2022

Freedom Matters (But Some More Than Others)

Over the past month, the whole world has been bombarded by the shocking and heartbreaking images coming out of Ukraine since the invasion by Russian forces. We hoped it wouldn’t come to this but going by the increasingly aggravating behaviour...

/ 01/04/2022

People Before Profit: NATO’s Fifth Column in Ireland?

People Before Profit (PBP), Ireland's left-wing establishment joke party, is one of the many casualties of the Ukrainian conflict. Their problem is their circus acts of shedding crocodile tears for refugees and other victims of war have, in the hot...

/ 29/03/2022