Justin Barrett, President of the National Party of Ireland speaking at a Party meeting in Cork City said “South Africa has a very complicated flag. They put so much thought into their colourful new flag, that they didn’t put much thought into how to run the country and now it is falling apart”
He was comparing the “winnie mandela” flag, as it is known in SA, to Ireland’s tri-colour flag. The National Party of Ireland is a new, dynamic political party which will challenge the bloated state sector, create opportunities for small businesses, free Ireland from generations of debt and protect both the nation’s resources and the nation’s culture. The National Party of Ireland will say what needs to be said and what others are afraid to say.
Throughout Europe and the world there is growing, energised resistance to the politics of globalisation. Concerns about mass-immigration, loss of identity, lack of job security, the hollowing out of the middle class, the decay of social values. A growing constituency of ordinary people are unrepresented by the political establishment.