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Pobal na h-Eireann Manifesto

Founded on Monday, 22 May 1978

Sean Mac Eochaidh • June 26 2003

Our aims are:-
1. To establish a just society in Ireland based on Catholic Social Principles.
2. To uphold and promote morality and the common good.
3. The restoration of the Irish Catholic Monarchy.
4. To support the restoration of the Tridentine Mass.
5. To encourage all aspects of Irish National Culture and true Irish Separatist Traditions.
6. To help achieve Irish National Independence.
7. Increase the population of Ireland to ten million people.
8. To provide the Irish People with an independent Irish National Currency.

We are implacably opposed to:-

1. Separation of Church and State.
2. Modernism, Liberalism, and Naturalism.
3. Communism and Freemasonry.
4. Divorce, Abortion, Sterilization, Contraceptives and Euthanasia.
5. Foreign ownership of Irish land and natural wealth, which we believe should be distributed as widely as possible among Irish nationals.
6. Foreign control of Ireland's industry, commerce or trade unions and usury.
We favour a modern development of the medieval guilds.
7. Membership of the European Union in so far where policies harmful to our best interests can be imposed upon us.
8. Immigration of foreigners into Ireland.
(Genuine refugees will be admitted in conformity with Catholic teaching and our national resources.)

ELECTIONS: We shall contest elections when and where we consider this is appropriate.

MEMBERSHIP: Membership is open to Irish Nationals, 18 years of age and upwards who agree with our aims, and who are willing to work under our leadership to achieve them.

It is our intention to organise on an all-Ireland basis.

GUIDELINES: No one has the moral right to make laws that conflict with God's Laws. The end does not justify the use of immoral means.









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Index: Current Articles

27 June 2003


Other Articles From This Issue:


Dome of Deceit
Anthony McIntyre


Leave Them Be
Tommy McKearney


Fighting the Censors
Ryan McKinney


Pedro Albizu Campos and Irish Republicanism

Aoife Rivera Serrano


Sectarian Stereotypes
Liam O Ruairc


What Price Pretense?

Eoghan O’Suilleabhain


Pobal na h-Eireann Manifesto
Sean Mac Eochaidh


22 June 2003


Censorship at the Irish Echo
Patrick Farrelly and Eamon Lynch


The Pen Mightier Than the Sword
Mick Hall


The House that Who Built?
Anthony McIntyre


Angrytown News Responds

Jimmy Sands


Pedro Albizu Campos

Aoife Rivera Serrano


Ernesto Guevara
Liam O Ruairc


Motion Passed
Na Fianna Éireann




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