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

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I think you need at least 100 Signatures to form a political party, shouldn't be hard to do but let's be honest many have tried before and failed.

I think the only way is to either join the National Party (which is free) or join an existing party with a view to changing their politics. Someone like the Labour Party could be easy pickings to infiltrate due to their current lack of popularity with the public.
It's 300 members as far as I know to form a party.

And the Labour Party wouldn't be my ideal choice as it's totally on the left and not the natural place to go for nationalism. FG/FF entryism may be an option. But it's really not going to happen imo. As it's just either going to end up corrupting you or you'll never get anywhere and waste years trying to get the nomination for a council seat.

Just join the NP. It's what most here want in terms of ideology. So strengthen it.
 

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'Purist' Irish racist bullshit.

You always know it's fuckology when 'fighting the Tans' is raised....:rolleyes:

Two chances for your political party!!!:D
Ireland needs an Israeli style immigration policy.
 
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Perhaps the best move would be to infiltrate or support a party that is the most anti-Liberal and anti-Socialist.

Another perspective is that the current situation does not allow for serious political change to occur- that the best thing to do is develop a thorough ideology informed by political theory, history, etc. in the coming times while we wait for our time to come, but even then we should probably have a party ready to attack when this does happen.
 
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In what sense am I in trouble?

And what exactly is wrong with what I have said?
I agree that we should arm ourselves... against the current three-party system and cause an insurrection leading to a united Ireland under some form of authoritarian figure, be it a monarch or what have you, with a protectionist economic system aiming at autarky and most importantly an anti-Jewish stance. Then our morality will mean something.
Kane v Governor of Mountjoy Prison [1988] 1 I.R. 757 • Kane was arrested pursuant to s.30 Offences Against the State Act 1939 on suspicion of membership of an unlawful organization.
 
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Kane v Governor of Mountjoy Prison [1988] 1 I.R. 757 • Kane was arrested pursuant to s.30 Offences Against the State Act 1939 on suspicion of membership of an unlawful organization.
What is your "point", though? I am not going to stop talking about my political views on a political forum.

In case you were wondering, I started off my education with classical philosophy when I was younger, which lead me to reading some German philosophers and ultimately Anarchist authors such as Proudhon, Bakunin, early Orwell and Chomsky, but eventually saw that the Anarchist system was not realistically applicable. I then was apolitical for some time until I came across a book by Evola which made me critical of both Liberalism and Socialism, but I do not agree with his critique of Catholicism. I hope to read De Maistre in this regard. Closer to home, I was taken by Standish James O'Grady and Arthur Griffith, who had a Monarchist perspective, but I would suggest an altered version of what they propose. I also hope to read a historical text on Eoin O'Duffy.

Those are my inspirations summed up in one paragraph and are the reason as to why I am against the current system. In what way am I causing any offence in opposing the current era of Kali Yuga? The only political change I am bothered to see is the one that raises us out of this asphalt pandaemonium of momentary pleasures and in to a previously lived and superior system.
 

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If they couldn't win a seat with the resources of Creighton and her backers, then it will not be able to win a seat under the leadership of a nobody unideological culchie.
Bit harsh on Maggie. She's only trying to do summat positive.
 
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I am thinking...Identity died a death but is still a registered party as of November 2017... any thoughts? I could rebrand and change the policies as above.... Saves a lot of red tape no?
Prter will be holding onto that thing with his cold dead hands. No point going near Identity.
 
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It's 300 members as far as I know to form a party.

And the Labour Party wouldn't be my ideal choice as it's totally on the left and not the natural place to go for nationalism. FG/FF entryism may be an option. But it's really not going to happen imo. As it's just either going to end up corrupting you or you'll never get anywhere and waste years trying to get the nomination for a council seat.

Just join the NP. It's what most here want in terms of ideology. So strengthen it.
Death penalty is a big no no. Being involved with a crowd that even remotely considered that, ever, would be leaving us wide open to the 'Nazi blah blah blah's....
 
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Death penalty is a big no no. Being involved with a crowd that even remotely considered that, ever, would be leaving us wide open to the 'Nazi blah blah blah's....
Why? 38% of the people voted to retain the death penalty sure. I love the death penalty, it's my favourite tool of justice!

and what about the death penalty remotely correlates to being "Nazis"? The death penalty was (and is) a fact of life in many developed and just countries.
 
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Death penalty is a big no no. Being involved with a crowd that even remotely considered that, ever, would be leaving us wide open to the 'Nazi blah blah blah's....
Please, please don't call me names, pleaseeeee Well F that, they are going to call you nazi, racist etc any way no matter how you say your not.Take in what this man is saying No guilt, no shame, no apologies.