Violence directed at LGBTQIA+ people across Europe has reached its highest point in the last decade. This was revealed by the European branch of the
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New report notes ‘disturbing trend’ of growing far-right extremism in Ireland
An anti-extremist group has highlighted 12 groups currently active in Ireland it says are anti-immigrant, white nationalist, or anti-LGBTQIA+. According to the Global Project Against
Longford woman says far-right extremists targeted her with anti-migrant poster near her home
A Longford women has accused far-right agitators of targeting her and her family after they erected a National Party poster close to her home. Aneta
Punching down has made comedians and journalists a laughing stock
There’s always been a curious intersection between comedians and journalists. Comedians will tell you that their routines challenge social norms, unpack the hypocrisies of our
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.
Defence Forces disciplined sergeant for posting far-right material online
The Defence Forces have disciplined a serving member for posting far-right talking points on social media. The officer made a number of comments on Twitter
The right rails against George Soros to distract from its own US and Russian funding
When both conservatives and the far right attack those on the left they inevitably fall back to criticism of the latter’s funding. Civil society groups
As conspiracy theories reign Vladimir Putin has become a hero in the Irish online extremist ecosphere
When Russia invaded Ukraine last month many were shocked, not least of whom some commentators who didn’t think Vladimir Putin would go that far. Others,
Dublin Bay South by-election expenses revealed as National Party spent just €2,557 on leader Justin Barrett
The Standards in Public Office Commission (SIPO) has revealed the expenses candidates in the Dublin Bay South (DBS) by-election incurred in their campaigns last July.
SIPO reveals expenses far-right groups and individuals incurred during 2020 Dáil run
Hermann Kelly’s Irish Freedom Party (IFP) spent over €30,000 trying to get its candidates elected to the Dáil in the 2020 general election. The amount
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