Question? LET'S GET THIS (POLITICAL) PARTY STARTED!!!

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I wouldn't bring that up till power is achieved. You need to keep it simple with things that affected the average working class Irish who are being stifled. Make the main focus on putting the Irish man first.

Get out of the EU.
No foreign National can get a council house while even one genuine Irish man or woman is on the list.
Have Soros and his affiliates banned from Ireland.
Zero 'aid' money spent while Ireland is in debt.
Maybe and maybe not. People on welfare are not likely to follow a party that is promising change anyway.
 

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I don't have time to chop and change.....as you know, time is of the essence Una. It'll just confuse people.
I disagree SmJ. Time is forever and your outlook should be too. Slow and steady wins the race. I understand everyone want everything instantly. Get a handful first, of similar mindset, and go from there.
 
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Maybe and maybe not. People on welfare are not likely to follow a party that is promising change anyway.
It's the out of work small town working class who can't even get a job at minimum wage in the local factory with half of the EU already working there that are the best demographic to target. They've been shat on for the last 2 decades waiting for someone to speak on their behalf. The last thing you'd want to do is present something that could stifle them yet again. All major policies need to be focused on putting the natives ahead of the foreign hordes.
 

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It's the out of work small town working class who can't even get a job at minimum wage in the local factory with half of the EU already working there that are the best demographic to target. They've been shat on for the last 2 decades waiting for someone to speak on their behalf. The last thing you'd want to do is present something that could stifle them yet again. All major policies need to be focused on putting the natives ahead of the foreign hordes.
If the party you wish to form is to be socialist party then Yes. I think there are too many socialist parties as it is.

You need to form a free market party imo.
 
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If the party you wish to form is to be socialist party then Yes. I think there are too many socialist parties as it is.

You need to form a free market party imo.
Again you can't seem to get into your head over in 'Kwanland that we've had money worshippin' parties -- FG, FF and the PDs. They ran the country into the ground. It's a real religious thing with you guys thinkin' Ireland is Cuba.

You maybe as happy as a bug in a rug with (yet another) miserly dickensian money worshippin' party out there in Bostoon. But the chances of such a party gettin' anywhere here - zero.

And Trump doesn't disagree -- with his recent advocacy of tariffs. Now there's a guy movin' in the right direction, being flexible as to how he protects the American worker. Despite his myriad of blindspots; he ain't a bad lad old Trump.
 

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I am actually as happy as a bug in a rug. I exist myself in a very free market environment. I look at all those parties as socialist. You are advocating even worse.I would not bother with that. So I am not in that party.
 

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And you are right in the sense that the Irish people do not want to be a free independent people. The nanny state is in their dna.
 
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And you are right in the sense that the Irish people do not want to be a free independent people. The nanny state is in their dna.
Yeah but your currency is monopoly money and if some apparatchik in Langley really wanted you outta da way, a drone strike could have you dead before dusk. Point being this isn't the 19th century or even the 20th century where you can fall off the radar and still build something for yourself.

Anyhow, there's plenty of entrepreneurial supports and people chasing cash here. We got that angle well covered. It's finding people who prioritise patriotism over the ratrace, that's the big problem.
 
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Maggie you should join the National Party. No point starting loads of different micro groups. Joining them would give you a base of supporters and potentially experienced election volunteers if you were to be a candidate for them. Get a plan together and then stand.
 

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Justin Barrett is already out there. Why reinvent the weel?

Justin has an irrational hatred of Socialism and Communism that bound to put off some of the people that he should be reaching out to, but given the fact that he isn't going to be minister for finance any time soon he is a good enough leader for the Patriotic cause for now.
 
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