Well if you consider YFG and Ógra to be right wing youth groups I suppose anything will count here...
I wouldn't call OSF a right wing group.Well if you consider YFG and Ógra to be right wing youth groups I suppose anything will count here...
Your local Football or Rugby Club
The local choir
The local Youth Club
All as very much right wing, almost fascist, as Ógra FF and Fine Gael
(I presume by Ógra you are also looking at Ógra Sinn Féin?)
Unlikely they could be less useful than the left wing ones! :mrgreen:
There is a youth group out there...
Is that right-wing enough for you?
- that wears a blue-shirted uniform;
- pledges allegience to its own law and promise, and has its own salute;
- places a big emphasis on physical fitness and exercise;
- is affiliated to a worldwide movement founded by a British Army general who ordered the execution of an African rebel tribal chief and who wrote this in his diary: "Lay up all day. Read Mein Kampf. A wonderful book, with good ideas on education, health, propaganda, organization etc.-and ideals which Hitler does not practise himself."
It has many thousands of members in Ireland!
If they are not right-wing what are they? Socialistically challenged? Fianna Fáil and every wing of them are right wing, they are very right-wing. Anyone who expects us to believe that Baby FF are not right wing is taking the mick.Unlikely they could be less useful than the left wing ones! :mrgreen:
Also, leaving aside YFG for a minute, there aren't many people who would consider Ogra FF to be 'right wing'. Perhaps you're unhealthily obsessed with political labels?