A look at The Immigration Control Platform, which were involved in Electoral Politics from 1997 to 2009 and gained a lot of publicity during that period. They were the first of the modern Far Right parties that now exist here.
February 2007 Edition of the Immigration Control Platforms Newsletter- “..% of foreign residents shall not exceed 10% of the population.” October 21, 2010
From February 2007 an Edition of the Immigration Control Platforms Newsletter.
There is a report of the groups AGM where amongst the items adopted were.
That a referendum be held to amend the constitution as follows:
“The government shall ensure through legislation, policies and planning that
the percentage of foreign residents shall not exceed 10% of the population”
[i.e. the current percentage as shown by the Census of 2006]; this amendment to
allow for recognition of EU Treaty agreements.
Thanks to the sender.
From the 2009 Dublin Central By-Election a leaflet from Immigration Control Platform candidate Pat Talbot. Pat Talbot polled 614 votes.
The leaflet focuses on amongst other things Immigration policy and the entry of Turkey into the EU.
Pat Talbot from the 2009 Dublin Central by-election where he got 614 votes……..
Áine Ní Chonaill- Immigration Control Platform 2002 Dublin South Central. September 25, 2009
Áine Ní Chonaill was one of the first people to come out and publicly question immigration. The ICP is vehemently anti asylum seeker and felt that Ireland was easy for them to get Asylum.
These two leaflets are as vile as you will come across…. (In Ireland anyhow)
Immigration Control Platform – Ted Neville -2002 Cork South Central September 9, 2009
From the 2002 General Election, Immigration Control Platform candidate Ted Neville running in Cork South Central.
Ted Neville polled 372 votes.