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There are no views in this, just observations, I don’t have an ideology to present so this article is not some meek form of right wing catharsis or left wing lauding the demise of the centre right, it’s an Irish lad with a good understanding of Right Wing politics who observes Irish politics, or, the lack thereof.  

Ireland was once renowned for its adherence to a conservative catholic ethos, contraception? Banned. A child out of wedlock? Magdalene Laundry. Light touch theocracy? Welcome to your mecca. 

Ireland’s relationship with conservatism was once tight. Most of our revolutionaries were obviously conservative, even James Connoly the militant socialist was certainly nothing like your post – tumblr modern leftist & perhaps the first Liberal in Irish politics was Garret Fitzgerald. […]

Does Ireland have a Right Wing? — Jordan L. Fenlon