The party's official programme called for establishing Estonia as a monarchy, as modeled by Sweden and Norway.
In practice, the party's main achievement was consistent ridicule of ridiculous laws, most notably getting rid of the proposed mandatory hour of prayer by using it to perform a Neopagan rite, complete with tambourine. The party is also remembered for their eating strike, as opposed to the hunger strike of Lebedev and Petinov, and the order to hold a parade in Tallinn in celebration of Gustav Adolf Day—which instantly ended any lingering plans of holding a parade in celebration of the October Revolution in Tallinn.
The members of the party wrote to British Royal family member, Prince Edward, Earl of Wessex, declaring that, if elected, they would ask him to become King of Estonia. It is believed the Prince did not reply.