You haven't yet saved any bookmarks. To bookmark a post, just click .

Ireland’s struggle for independence from Britain and its later conflict in the north of the Island dominated its history in the 20th century, a chapter which finally came to a close with the Good Friday agreement. You would think that a Catholic, heavily conservative and homogeneous island would be able to resist the forces of mass immigration and globalization, but this has not been the case.

The cracks began to show in the 1990s when the true scale of Catholic sexual abuse and illegal adoptions began to leak into the media. This largely centered around the ‘Magdalene laundries’, where unmarried, pregnant mothers were taken from society and kept in isolation. They would give birth to their children, who were then either given up for adoption abroad (often in America) or murdered, whilst the mothers remained in the homes, where they were forced to do manual work because of their ‘shame’ and ‘fallen’ status.

The uncovering of such widespread abuse shook Ireland in the 1990s, and the Catholic Church’s standing in the country, which had been unassailable since the early medieval period, began to falter. This was the perfect opportunity for the left to pounce and seize the initiative – which they did to great effect. A referendum on the legalization of gay marriage was held in 2015, and the mainstream media along with all major political parties supported a yes vote, something which would have been unthinkable just 20 years before. So gay marriage became legalized, and then the next nail in the coffin of conservative Ireland was hammered – the legalization of abortion. George Soros and many other globalists were in favor of repealing the 8th amendment, and in the end, they got their way. A referendum was held in 2018, and abortion is now legal in the country.

Nothing symbolizes Ireland’s social and political transformation more than its current Taoiseach, Leo Varadkar, who is a mixed race homosexual. He came to office in 2017 and is a very strong supporter of globalism and mass immigration. He is the man largely responsible for Ireland’s Project Ireland 2040, a scheme which will see 1 million immigrants move to the country in the next few decades. This plan is not just promoted and coordinated by the government, but also by the mainstream media as well. Dublin estimates that the plan will cost £116 billion, a staggering amount when you consider the population is currently just 4.7 million.


This plan, along with other policies, is really of little surprise when considering Ireland’s primary role in the European Union. A country which fought a bloody war of independence with the British Empire was more than happy to become a vassal state just a few decades later with the promise of investment from wealthier members (like old foe Britain ironically). Although Ireland’s economy has mostly done very well in the last 20 years, it suffered greatly in the crash of 2008 and the subsequent recession, a fact which showed it had become tied to international finance.

The effects of globalization on the Emerald Isle are now very clear for all to see. Like Australian cities such as Melbourne, Dublin is suffering a crime wave caused by African gangs, who are terrorizing suburban neighborhoods with drugs, rape, and burglaries. Political correctness has meant the media and government overlooking and ignoring such problems, which means they will only get worse. It doesn’t take a genius to work out what will happen when the 1 million migrants from Project Ireland 2040 settle in Ireland, judging by the behavior of those who have already arrived.

Sinn Fein, much like the SNP in Scotland, is a so-called nationalist party which has embraced mass immigration and liberal policies. The sight of Gerry Adams cheering the legalization of gay marriage back in 2015 only confirmed this and leaves any resistance to the globalist onslaught in doubt. There are the beginnings of a pushback by Ireland’s younger generation in some areas but is still too small to have any effect. As with most western countries that have experienced mass immigration, it seems that things will have to get worse before any fightback begins. Ireland is still overwhelmingly white, despite the efforts of Peter Sutherland and George Soros, and you can be in no doubt the latter will accelerate his campaigns in the years to come.

The Irish have turned away from the Catholic Church, and so in the future, a new institution will have to arise to support a conservative, right-wing restoration in the country. It is fair to say that Ireland has been spared the worst problems that immigration has brought to bigger economies like Britain and Germany, but it is only a matter of time before that changes. The Irish are quite frankly very naïve about their demographics, something which needs to change because the globalists have this island in their sights and have already altered this nation significantly in a short period of time.


Edward Saunders

by Edward Saunders

Edward Saunders writes for Republic Standard and is a life long right wing activist.