Nationalism

Countering Ideological Fatigue

One thing I have noticed over the past few months is the effect which ideological fatigue can sometimes have on myself as well as on other nationalists. Of course, a…

Centenary Soloheadbeg

Soloheadbeg: An Event that Liberal Ireland Cannot Integrate

This Sunday an official commemoration is taking place to mark the 100th anniversary of the Soloheadbeg ambush, attended by Minister for Justice and Equality Charlie Flanagan and with Fianna Fáil…

Party Update

Time To Register

We Are Ready! From the beginning, the National Party was a vehicle for an Idea with a plan. The plan was never as important as the vehicle, and the vehicle…

Party Update

Christmas 2018

Nollaig Shona Daoibh. Christmas comes, Christmas goes, a joyous season I hope for all members and supporters of the National Party and the Irish people, though I know full well…

Eviction Roscommon

Reflections on Recent Events in Roscommon

On the 11th of December, a family living near Strokestown, Roscommon were evicted from their farm; later, footage of the eviction hit the internet and showcased the brutal treatment of…

Immigration

Overview of Mass-Immigration in Ireland: Part III – Citizenship Ceremonies

The effects of mass-immigration on Irish nationhood have been immense, and nowhere is that so evident as in the much vaunted Citizenship Ceremonies which began in 2011. These events have…

Referendum

After Blasphemy

On the 26th of October, Irish citizens will be once again asked to vote in a referendum. This referendum won’t be about looking for a mandate to fix any of…

Emigration Immigration

Overview of Mass-Immigration in Ireland: Part II – The Recession Years

In this section we will look at the period after the economic downturn and how immigration (including the immigration which had already occurred) combined with large scale native emigration to…

Mass-Immigration

Overview of Mass-Immigration in Ireland: Part I – The Tiger Years

This is the first in a series of articles on the phenomenon of mass-immigration in Ireland since the 1990s.  They will focus on presenting a general chronology of events, a…

Housing

“Take Back the City” – Simple Activism or Plain Anarchy?

On September 22nd 2018, Take Back The City organised a sit down protest at O’Connell Street, to highlight the housing crisis – as though we were all unaware of it…