Ask @oygeralt:

Who do you think should be Taoiseach?

It would make no difference. There is no good option and one shouldn't get distracted by trivial politics until the correct atmosphere is present

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What do you think of Leo Varadkar?

He's a gay indian neoliberal status quo politician. I think it's pretty obvious how I would feel about him

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Do you consider yourself a nationalist?

Yes but "nationalist" is a very vague description that doesn't tell you an awful lot

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Are your Jewish friends observant Jews or assimilated Jews?

Assimilated. In fact one part-jewish girl I know (now catholic) is much more hardcore about her anti-jewishness than I am.

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Do you have any Jewish friends?

Yes, some. I don't see how that's relevant unless your conception of an anti-semite is a caricature who is frothing at the mouth with hatred for jews.

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Where are Jews currently living in Israel to live if Israel no longer exists?

The ones with good titles to their land may stay under the Palestinian state. Maybe at some point in the future they may attempt to secede and form a smaller state. This time they should keep in mind that, contrary to what they believe now, the ordinary expectations of human conduct apply to jews too and they should act accordingly.
The rest have no right to be there and where they go is not of concern. They can move somewhere where they are welcome. Maybe another jewish state could be formed somewhere else and they can get over the fact that their promised land belongs to others and they have no right to it.

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How would you feel about a one party state?

Badly. Much to similar to our current situation.
If the exact system that I want could not be realized (a natural order). My compromise is a political system as exists in Liechtenstein.

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Is democracy a political system you would prefer to stick with?

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Getting rid of democracy before it kills us all is one of the most important things that absolutely NEEDS to happen. Probably isn't possible though, we're operating in a pretty narrow time-frame.

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Would you agree that the reason why anti-immigration parties fail is because of the social class of those supporting them?

Partly. The types of people who attend EDL, BNP or PEGIDA marches are not exactly good imaging and prevents a more mainstream appeal.
But I think the system of democracy is a much larger cause. When the elites want things to go a certain way, things are going to go that way so long as the system in which the act is maintained. Popular opinion on specific issues is not that important.

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Isn't there an anti-immigration party in Ireland?

Claire Khaw
No. There isn't. Every party is basically the same on the question of immigration (and practically everything else). There are a few attempts like the National Party or Identity Ireland but they are complete shambles right now and may as well be non-existent. Identity Ireland seems to have crumbled into nothing already and I doubt the National Party will last long.
Politics are very socialist leaning here and we haven't had mass-immigration on anything like the scale that other countries have (though we are about to catch up soon) so there is essentially no right-wing here.

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