Pride month and the time surrounding it should be when the LGBTQIA+ community can celebrate its existence and be celebrated. In spite of centuries of
Embedded in an online network of extremists with a thriving ideology the Buffalo terrorist was no lone wolf
On Saturday 14 May an 18-year-old teenager drove three hours from his rural town in New York State to a Tops supermarket in Buffalo. Once
Two gay men have been murdered so why does that matter to Irish extremists?
As soon as the news broke that Aidan Moffitt and Michael Snee had been murdered in Sligo the usual suspects latched on to the tragedy.
RTÉ’s problems extend further than attacks from conspiracy theorists and the far right
Last month an interesting thing was said during a meeting of the Public Accounts Committee (PAC). Politicians had summoned RTÉ boss Dee Forbes to explain
Despite what some insist the far left and far right aren’t the same
Whenever the topic of the far right and the threat it poses is discussed somebody will inevitably bring up the left and far left. It’s
The waiting list for trans healthcare reached a new high in 2021
A new year means we can look back at how transgender healthcare has fared in the previous 12 months, using Freedom of Information (FoI) requests.
In the wake of Ashling Murphy’s murder the far right only saw an opportunity
To those who knew her Ashling Murphy was “a shining light”. A national school teacher in Tullamore and a talented musician, she had decided to
Understanding the far right’s use of memes with Hampton Stall of Critica Research and Analysis
Memes are part and parcel of Internet culture, with people creating new ones on a daily basis and inundating social media with them. From memes
The attack on the Freemasons’ Grand Lodge was an act of terrorism
After 2021 gave us lockdown after lockdown the hope was that 2022 would provide something different and, hopefully, something better. Instead, the new year got
German police arrested far-right, anti-vaxxers plotting to kill a politician. The same threat exists here.
On 4 December several protests against COVID restrictions were held across the German state of Saxony. In the town of Grimma about 30 people, among
Students hit back at racism on campus as DCU’s Mark Humphrys feels the heat
Thanks to a viral Twitter post, students in Dublin City University (DCU) and the wider public were informed that there’s a computer science lecturer in
Kyle Rittenhouse was always going to walk free but the consequences still shouldn’t be underestimated
Kyle Rittenhouse getting away with murder was all but certain. His trial was merely a showpiece; as perfunctory as much as the outcome was assured.