General Election

Statement on the General Election

Introduction Sufficient time has now passed to comment on February’s general election and its implications for the country and for the National Party. It would be tedious to analyse that…

Nationalism Party Update

New Year Message 2020

The newspapers these days are filled with it, so it must be true. We are living in the darkened age of the “Rise of the Far-Right”. The Irish Times says…

Mass-Immigration

Mary McAleese and the New Plantation of Ireland

In Ireland “today, 17 per cent of our population comes from somewhere else. The last time that happened was probably the Plantation [of Ulster]. But this has been a different…

Ard Fheis

National Party Ard Fheis 2019

On the 16th of November, the National Party held its 2019 Ard Fheis in Co. Westmeath. The event was well attended and ran smoothly. It featured speeches from cumann leaders,…

Freedom of Speech Hate Speech Laws Nationalism

Hate Speech Laws in Ireland: Project “Dún do Bhéal”

On the 24th of October 2019, a public consultation on the implementation of “hate speech” laws was launched. It ends on the 13th of December. The drive to implement these…

Óige Náisiúnach | Nationalist Youth

Óige Náisiúnach | Nationalist Youth – Postering Campaign 17/09/19

On the 17th of September, youth activists with the National Party postered campuses across the country, including University College Dublin, Trinity College Dublin, Technological University Dublin, Galway-Mayo Institute of Technology,…

Local Organising

Building the National Movement

So far this year the National Party has focused on building grass-root structures. We have launched a series of new cumainn throughout the country. In April we launched cumainn in…

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…

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…