According to the Sunday Tribune this group is planning on becoming a political party- do you think they would be successful or is too controversial a stance to base a party on? What would the Irish media reaction be, its the first I've heard of them so would they get any coverage.
It aims to be the next Irish political party and is bound to be controversial.
A new grouping, billing itself as the Irish National Party (INP), is dedicated to the "immediate deportation of all illegal immigrants and asylum seekers who have had their applications rejected."
It also believes Irish culture and identity is being eroded, with "record levels of immigration and an influx of so-called 'asylum seekers'... leading to the development of minority communities in our cities and increasing levels of social isolation in our towns and villages."
Yet David Barrett, chairman of the nascent organisation – which is not yet registered as a political party – says it opposes racism and is not "anti-immigrant."
"(We) rather seek to establish greater control over the immigration process. We recognise there is and always will be a need for some level of immigration but believe a more vigorous system needs to be put in place," he said.
Nationalist group opposed to immigration may set up party