What must the NP do to be elected?

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The National Party has but one core principal, it is known as the National Idea.
Ireland and its People First and Foremost in every Policy and decision.

They are similar in their policies to the Visegrd Group of Hungary, Poland, Austria, Czechs ,Slovaks, who support each other against damaging EU policies.
Note; they all have experience of Soviet rule and Muslim attacks on their civilisation, they are awake to the dangers of both the increasingly Totalitarian rule of the EU and the creeping Islamic threat. unlike the obtuse, disinformed Irish people.
 
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The National Party has but one core principal, it is known as the National Idea.
Ireland and its People First and Foremost in every Policy and decision.

They are similar in their policies to the Visegrd Group of Hungary, Poland, Austria, Czechs ,Slovaks, who support each other against damaging EU policies.
Note; they all have experience of Soviet rule and Muslim attacks on their civilisation, they are awake to the dangers of both the increasingly Totalitarian rule of the EU and the creeping Islamic threat. unlike the obtuse, disinformed Irish people.
National Socialism in a nutshell
 

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No. That's just nationalism. What else would you expect them to put first if not the Irish people?
No Nationalists believe in international co-operation for the betterment of the Irish nation and its people. That includes things like encouraging multi-nationals into the country and allowing them to choose their own labour force as they see fit. Also free trade deals with other countries which include freedom of movement for all parties.
Those policies alone have brought enormous prosperity to Ireland in recent years
 

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No Nationalists believe in international co-operation for the betterment of the Irish nation and its people. That includes things like encouraging multi-nationals into the country and allowing them to choose their own labour force as they see fit. Also free trade deals with other countries which include freedom of movement for all parties.
Those policies alone have brought enormous prosperity to Ireland in recent years
Where in the nationalists handbook does it say that?
 

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No Nationalists believe in international co-operation for the betterment of the Irish nation and its people. That includes things like encouraging multi-nationals into the country and allowing them to choose their own labour force as they see fit. Also free trade deals with other countries which include freedom of movement for all parties.
Those policies alone have brought enormous prosperity to Ireland in recent years
You are one confused cookie, that's globalists you are describing not Nationalists!!!!!
 

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You are one confused cookie, that's globalists you are describing not Nationalists!!!!!
Nationalism is alive and well in all Western countei
You are one confused cookie, that's globalists you are describing not Nationalists!!!!!
No you are confusing nationalism with national socialism. Almost every European country is nationalist in outlook and seeks to build up its economy for the good of its people. National socialists seek to isolate the country and break economic ties with its neighbours.
 
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