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,…


The Policy of De-Anglicisation

On the eve of national elections, it is worth considering the position we seek to be in. Not simply engaging in superficial change or the game of numbers that are…

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,…

Irish Identity Nationalism

Embarrassed to Be Irish? Then Prepare to Be Nothing

The Irish are a race who are in the process of discarding their entire practical and theoretical existence, not out of duress or necessity but seemingly out of conformity. Even…

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…

EU Irexit Nationalism

Interposition and Nullification: Part Three – The Path to Freedom

The Path to Freedom Literalism is the enemy of the imagination, that much is indisputable but it can also be the obscurer of fact and that is something less widely…

EU Euro Irexit

Interposition and Nullification: Part Two – Descent into Chaos

Descent into Chaos The constant narrative that membership of the EU has been to the unalloyed good of Ireland, as an economy and as a nation is unquestionably false. The…

Brexit EU Irexit

Interposition and Nullification: Part One – A primer on the economics of Irexit

A primer on the economics of Irexit Irexit as it has entered the public discourse is a captivatingly simple solution to an extraordinarily complicated problem. Through the mechanism of triggering…


A Race for Our National Survival

The Irish will be a minority in Ireland by 2050. This statistical prediction will no doubt feature prominently in future National Party campaigns. It’ll be repeated by canvassers at doorsteps….