Wednesday, October 29, 2008
Republicans accuse MI5 of being behind PSNI/RUC threats.
Two members of the 32 County Sovereignty Movement in Belfast have accused the British security services of being behind threats they received from the PSNI/RUC indicating that ‘Criminal Elements’ were going to take some form of action against them.
The men, from North and East Belfast told the 32 County Sovereignty Movement that while the threats were worrying, they believed that they were either emanating from within MI5 or being pushed by them through their agents in the Criminal underworld in order to pressurise Republicans to cease carrying out the work they have being doing within the Republican community on issues such as anti social behaviour, underage drinking, poverty and the drugs scourge.
One of the men, who did not want to be identified stated “ I believe that these are attempts to force us to go home and close the doors and to stop us from our work as Republicans in the community, they will not work. As Republicans we are always under threat from somebody whether that be Loyalists, criminal gangs or indeed the biggest criminals of all, the forces of the British occupation in Ireland which is who we believe are behind these threats”
The 32 County Sovereignty Movement advise all Republicans to be vigilant in light of these threats and the threats last week against a member in North Armagh.
Wednesday, October 15, 2008
The Irish Republican Prisoners Welfare Association (IRPWA)welcome the latest development in the Aidan Hulme campaign whereby the Prison Governor in Portlaoise Gaol has agreed with the prisoners and Aidan that the OC and Adjutant will be allowed access to accompany Aidan when he is visited by a doctor or when visited by the Governor.
Staff from the hospital will now visit Aidan to clean the infected areas of his foot and renew dressings to prevent further spread of infection.
An assurance is also given that Aidan will have a consultant assessment before the end of the month and an agreed care plan is being implemented and developed. This will allow for a proper consultant led care management package.
This positive and jointly agreed approach to Aidan’s welfare will ensure early intervention in the event of deterioration and will allow for continuous monitoring of his condition.
The negative effects of the medication will also be closely monitored and with Aidan’s agreement can be reduced depending on his individual needs at any given time.
The IRPWA on behalf of the POW’s would like at this time to thank most sincerely the many people who moved to support Aidan in his time of need and to those who sent greetings.
We would like to extend this thanks to other republican organisations who pledged their support and advice to ensure that Aidan received immediate professional intervention.
Aidan is indeed most grateful for all the support he has received and extends his heartfelt appreciation to everyone involved.
Friday, September 26, 2008
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Saturday, July 5, 2008
The revelations that the people of Derry City are to be petitioned in order to put pressure on Anti Agreement Republican Separatists to disband is disingenuous in the extreme and smacks not only of political opportunism but also no small measure of desperation.
It is clear that those behind this political stunt are using the understandable anger in the community at the murder of Emmet Sheils to further their own political objectives, namely an end to opposition to support for the RUC/PSNI and the British Administration in Stormont.
The 32 County Sovereignty Movement will not be deflected from our political work by such ill conceived political posturing nor will any other Anti Agreement Republican groupings.
Those who have sought to ferment community tensions by deliberately and falsely attributing blame for the murder of Emmet Sheils will be exposed for what they are as will their cynical use of his death for their own narrow agenda. Republicans will not be intimidated from upholding the Republican position and the 32 County Sovereignty Movement are resolute in our intention to continue our work in Derry City and across the nation.
The 32 County Sovereignty Movement are attracting disillusioned and disenfranchised Republicans right across Ireland and further a field as are other Republican organisations and the cynical manipulation of this tragic event illustrates how low Pro State Nationalists will go to undermine this growth, they will fail.
We note also the presence of the so called Deputy First Minister in Iraq. Just recently the same Minister greeted the US President to the Six Counties without a whimper of protest from him against the occupation and wholesale slaughter in that country. This reluctance to petition for protest against these blatant injustices is at least consistent with their equal reluctance to petition for protest against other high profile murders here because they do not afford him the same opportunity for cheap political kudos
The Irish Resistance Movement will not be forced to disband and anyone endeavouring to do so is not only naïve but is also acting in a dangerous manner. Attempts to foster a civil war mentality will also fail as all previous attempts have done.
The 32 County Sovereignty Movement have this pledge to make to Republicans,
While the British Occupation remains so too will Irish Resistance to that Occupation
Tuesday, July 1, 2008
32 County Sovereignty Movement
Redundant Rhetoric and Crocodile Tears from British Minister
The feigned concern for the Shiels family was in sharp contrast to the indifference shown toward the suffering of hundreds of thousands of Iraqi families who have suffered at the hands of George Bush. Yet the same Stormont quisling was readily rolled out to perform as subordinate to the DUP leader in greeting Bush to the Six Counties, not as an occupied area but as an integral part of the United Kingdom. And whilst George Bush was congratulating the DUP’s poodle for finally being house trained the benign Ogra Sinn Fein were lamely protesting against the visit itself. Such spineless capitulation and insipid protesting is in no position to lecture to Irish republicans. But that is the nature of British rule in Ireland and of those who administer it. It is clear to all republicans which route Martin McGuinness chose when the fork in the road confronted Sinn Fein. Sinn Fein are the new force outside the Four Courts now, the new British bulwark, acting under their instruction and supply, against Irish republicanism. The Irish people and the Sinn Fein electorate are not one and the same. What sustains the Irish struggle for independence is our inalienable right to that independence. The politics of the opinion poll has no place in a revolutionary struggle. Irish national self determination cannot be expressed within a partitionist framework. The 32 County Sovereignty Movement calls for the disbandment of the British Administration in our country. We call for an end to British Parliamentary activity in Ireland, be it from direct rule from London or from their micro Ministers in Stormont.