1. The Nation of Ireland belongs to the Irish people. Our policies will endeavour to ensure that the Irish peoples' interests are prioritised with regards to resources. We will strive to promote our Irish culture i.e., language, arts, music, traditions.
We believe in pursuing a 32 county Ireland, by respectfully encouraging a referendum to reflect the will of the people residing in the six counties, through political engagement with the Government of Northern Ireland.
2. Independence: It is our goal to ensure that Ireland can operate as a sovereign and self-sustaining nation, free from the influence of unelected bureaucrats and organisations. We believe that Ireland should leave the EU, but this will not be decided in isolation to the will of the people. This will be put to a referendum in due course.
3. We are pro-life: We understand that this is a sensitive issue and previous referendums did not address this subject in a comprehensive enough manner. We believe that this is something that should be put back to the people via a referendum at some point in the future.
4. Protection of the family unit: Ultimately the parents’ role as the primary educators of the child’s mind should be protected, as outlined in Bunreacht Na hÉireann. The focus is on the protection of the innocence of children.
We will introduce policies that protect and financially promote the growth of the Irish family unit.
5. Constitutional republic: We wish to promote and preserve freedom of expression and civil liberties.
6. Law reform: We will endeavour to rebalance contradictory laws that currently see minor breaches of law with equal, or sometimes even harsher punishments than more serious crime.
Crimes committed by foreign born nationals, will result in immediate revocation of citizenship and mandatory deportation (after sentence served).
Equality before the law, regardless of gender, civil status, family status, sexual orientation, disability, religion, age, race, and membership of the Traveller community.