Éire Inniú Anois - Ireland today now
Putting the issue of corporation tax aside, ÉIA are committed on holding an Éirexit referendum on leaving the EU if we can not come up with an agreement regarding our own laws, our own budget and our 100% neutrality.
We must leave the United Nations.
Have any of you ever thought about why do we sanction other country's and then claim neutrality.
Sanctions are an act of war so why do we do it?
We do not know the full story, We do not know who is right, we do not know who is wrong and it is clearly none of our business.
After the war in Iraq, when the world found out that there was no weapons of mass destruction and no legal or justifiable reason war the Iraqi invasion, Ireland voted to sanction Iraq, a move that lead to the deaths of 500,000 children and 1,500,000 adults.
Ireland has blood on it's hands because of our vote to sanction Iraq.
ÉIA believe that Ireland should pay reparations for our decision to sanction Iraq. We must leave the UN immediately. Sanctioning other countries is none of our business.
The best thing we can do is pull our Army out of peace keeping missions and have them stationed as a domestic army only, dealing with terrorism, child sex slavery, disaster relief etc...
We will also raise they pay for our defence force. We can't have our defence force men and women struggling to get by, week to week, whilst risking their lives to protect us.
Whilst ÉIA agree that our navy is doing an important role of rescuing drowning refugees, a part of our navy must keep super trawlers out of our seas. If a super trawler comes back into our water we escort it back to the mainland and confiscate it indefinitely, whilst sending all crews back safely to their country of origin.