When asked for his opinion on Bunting and Paisley, Fitt replies, "I have always regarded these two particular men as two eejits" and doesn't think they should be taken seriously at all.

Fitt describes himself as a "disciple of James Connolly", who wants to see an Irish socialist republic. Fitt also talks about the policies of Captain O'Neill in his attempts to gain catholic support in Northern Ireland. Gerry Fitt is critical of Unionism in both its moderate and extremist forms.