RENUA's approach is based on common sense politics that respects free speech, free enterprise, conservative and patriotic values. Theses are the values of our parents and grandparents and have enduring and widespread appeal and support internationally. However they are currently under-represented in Ireland due to the influence of a mainstream media that has become dominated by intolerant liberal and left-wing 'progressive' values that denigrate the family, community cohesion, patriotic nationalism and independence.
In response to requests from our supporters, below are a brief selection of resources to assist you learn more about the issues, values and perspective that reflect RENUA's politics and priorities. These recommendations are updated regularly in response to feedback from our members and supporters. Suggestions for alternative or additional resources are welcome: email@example.com
Gript Media is an Irish news and current affairs website. It aims
deliver news and analysis without the liberal / leftwing filter
and bias that dominates
RTE and the mainstream media in Ireland. Gript also reports on important issues and events that the mainstream media deliberately ignore.
The Burkean is an online publication founded and run by Irish university
students to promote free speech and fresh ideas and to present the opinions of people that aren’t being heard
in the mainstream Irish media. The Burkean is named after Edmund Burke, one of Ireland’s most
Spiked-online.com is a British Internet magazine focusing on politics, culture and society from a conservative or libertarian viewpoint. It focuses particularly on issues of freedom and state control, science and technology, culture, education and literature.
ConservativeWoman is a UK website that positions itself as part of the counter-cultural offensive against left-liberal politics and its
anti-family, authoritarian identity politics and ‘equality and
diversity’ ideology. The website is NOT affiliated with the British Conservative Party. However, it is a refreshing conservative voice for readers of all genders. Its co-editor is Laura Perrins, a barrister from Dublin and a graduate of UCD.
is an American news site that also covers international affairs. It has
a conservative bias that provides an alternative to the liberal
perspective served up by RTE, the BBC, The Guardian and similar sources.
The Spectator is a long established weekly conservative UK print and online magazine.
Unherd.com covers UK and international affairs but tries to challenge the herd mentality with alternative
thinking and to provide a platform for ideas and people
that are sidelined by the mainstream media. It's neither liberal nor conservative but is quite original.
(PragerU for short) is an American non-profit
organisation that creates educational videos on various political, economic and
philosophical topics from a conservative perspective. Many of their videos are very relevant to Europe and Ireland.
Family Watch International is an organisation that protects and promotes the family as the
fundamental unit of society.
Comprehensive Sexuality Education is a
website created to warn parents and policy makers of the
serious harms of explicit 'comprehensive sexuality education' programs being promoted by the UN (and currently being pushed by the Irish government).
Prolife Campaign is a non-denominational human rights organisation, drawing its support
from a cross-section of Irish society. The Campaign promotes pro-life
education and defends human life at all stages, from conception to
ThePublicDiscourse.com is the online journal of the Witherspoon Institute in the USA. It provides academic articles to enhance public understanding of the moral foundations of free societies
by making the scholarship available and accessible to a general audience.
is an independent think tank which looks at the actual science facts behind the
contested science of
'climate change' and 'global warming'.
For anyone who wants unbiased information on climate change matters
without alarmist scaremongering, this is a good place to start.
David Thunder is an Irish academic currently working in a university in Spain. He has a particular interest in ethics, political philosophy and social theory and is not afraid to challenge the media consensus that dominates the media and politics in Ireland.
Dave Cullen runs a YouTube channel called 'Computing Forever' dedicated to talking about Technology
& Social Commentaries. RENUA particularly value his social commentaries on Ireland, immigration, political correctness and hyper-consumerism.
"Why You Should Be a Nationalist" summarises Yaoram Hazony arguments for the virtues of nationalism.
"Europe at a Crossroads" is a conference discussion presenting a more advanced and extended exploration of
Yaoram Hazony's arguments for the virtues of nationalism.
PROTECTING FAMILIES & CHILDHOOD
RENUA places family and protection of children at the centre of its policies. We are totally opposed to the push to introduce the UN's 'Comprehensive Sexuality Education Agenda' by the Fine Gael government into Irish schools. This push involves imposing compulsory and extreme ideology-based sex education on children in all primary and secondary schools including teaching 4 year-olds about masturbation, 9 year-olds about making "conscious decisions about whether to have sex or not”, about abortion as birth control and being made ‘porn literate’.
'Tears Of Abortion'
tell the story of an abortion. RENUA is proud to be pro-life party and
will resist all attempts to further 'liberalise' the law in this area.
The Suicide of Europe' is a short overview of the profound danger facing Europe from mass immigration from Africa and the Middle East.
"EU: Anti-Immigrant Speech is a Hate Crime" provides
a short but important overview of the
UN Migration Pact, an international 'open borders' agreement that the
Irish government has signed Ireland up to without any public discussion
and which the Irish media refuse to discuss. Many other countries have
refused to sign the UN Migration Pact as it is designed to destroy
national cultures. This is HIGHLY RECOMMENDED
'The Strange Death of Europe' is a lecture by Douglas Murray expanding on this theme.
'Sweden Dying to be Multicultural' explores the transformation of Sweden from a cohesive society to a fragmented multicultural society with strict restrictions on free speech, where the State and mainstream media refuse to report what has happened to their society. This has strong parallels with what is now happening in Ireland. HIGHLY RECOMMENDED.
"The UN Migration Pact, Europe & Ireland" is a commentary by Dave Cullen from Computing Forever.
'Deplorables', is a short UK film from spiked-online.com about the people who had long been forgotten, but now cannot be ignored - from the US Rust Belt to the UK Essex coast.
'Charlie Rose: Interview with Sir James Goldsmith' is an important video from the 1990s where billionaire Sir James Goldsmith talks about the real reasons behind globalisation, open borders and free trade deals and the negative social implications that will inevitably arise. Although the visual quality of the video is poor, Goldsmith's analysis and predictions about what will happen are extremely accurate. This is a highly educational video.
'The Madness of Crowds' introduce Douglas Murray's ideas on political correctness.
This Spectator video on 'Identity Politics' expands on Douglas Murray's ideas on the growing tyranny of political correctness.
'Sir Roger Scruton: How to Be a Conservative' presents
a formally trained political philosopher, talking about
his life and the events he’s witnessed that led him to conservatism.
'Why is Marxism So Attractive' explores the persistent appeal and danger of Marxism disguised in different forms is explained.
'Why Marxism Cannot Work' outlines why Marxism (and socialism in all its forms) is inherently flawed.