Its focus is on Northern Norway-related issues. The party also sympathises with the Palestinians in the Israeli–Palestinian conflict. If Norway joins the European Union, the Society Party states that it will work for North-Norwegian secession from Norway.
The party has been involved in several controversies. In 2005, Meier Johannesen placed a van which in Arabic proclaimed "God is great! Jihad continues until the Jews are out of Palestine. Dust you are and to dust you will return" outside of national broadcasting company NRK's facilities, and was sentenced to 30 days in jail for the stunt. The party has also been listing famous people, including comedian Otto Jespersen and bishop Øystein I. Larsen, for local and national election against their will. Defense attorney Tor Erling Staff however, is a member of the party and has run for election for it several times. In the 2013 parliamentary elections the party obtained 295 votes.