"To break the connection with England" Wolfe Tone

Saturday, 6 September 2014

Belfast 32CSM help clean up Grotto and surrounding area.

Over the past few week’s members from the Belfast 32CSM have helped local people tidy up the area around the Carlisle grotto (New Lodge) adding spot lights cutting grass and painting over graffiti etc it was great that some young people also helped out, A new mural to highlight the case of the Craigavon 2 was also painted a big thank you to Dee walker.


Wednesday, 13 August 2014

Various 32CSM cumainn were proud to attend the anti-internment march through Belfast along with a number of other groups from all over Ireland and Scotland yesterday.
Despite the bad weather, we estimate that a crowd of over 5,000 people t...ook part. It was good to see the unity of all groups on the march and also a joint statement from all of the various prisoner groups was read out.
We would also like to commend people for not bowing down to loyalist intimidation going through Belfast City Centre.

Saturday, 2 August 2014

Walk for Gaza to raise money for the Al Awda hospital.

Members of the Belfast Cumann took part in a walk for Gaza on Divis Hill despite the bad weather there was a great turn out we also made a donation for the Al Awda hospital in Gaza.

Friday, 1 August 2014


Republican groups, The 32 County Sovereignty Movement, IRSP, Republican Sinn Fein, Eirigi, 1916 Societies and The Dublin Anti-internment Committee, stood united... outside Glasnevin Cemetery in opposition to members of the Royal family, Theresa Villers and a British Army colour party attending the unveiling of a cross dedicated to those who fought and died for the British Empire.
Two protesters were arrested, one of which was arrested in a very heavy-handed manner.
Members of the Garda’s Special Branch Unit violently pepper sprayed the protesters from very close range. The 32 County Sovereignty Movement strongly condemn these actions by the Free State’s bullies.
Today was a great show of unity among the Republican family and this must continue, we must build on this, and establish a stronger working relationship with each other for the overall betterment of the Republican Movement.
Beir Bua.

Thursday, 24 July 2014

32csm members denied entry in Canada and detained

On Wednesday morning (23rd July), Francie Mackey, Peter Fitzsimons and Martin Rafferty boarded a plane to Canada to embark on a 6-day long speaking tour.
Upon arriving in Pearson International Airport, the three were taken aside, interrogated, and told that they were not entering the country.
They are currently being held in prison awaiting deportation back to Ireland. Peter is currently being h...eld in Maplehearst Detention Centre, which is a maximum security prison for those awaiting trial.
If they contest this and have a hearing they were told that they would be held in remand for up to two weeks.
The 32 County Sovereignty Movement are not a prescribed organisation in Canada so this is clearly politically motivated and an attempt to silence and stop the 32 County Sovereignty Movement from getting its message out and to explain to people nothing has changed since the signing of the Good Friday Agreement and that the root cause of conflict has not been addressed, and that is – the violation of Irish National Sovereignty.
This is a direct violation of freedom of speech.

There will be a protest this evening at the Canadian Embassy in Dublin at 7.30pm. More info about the protest

Tuesday, 15 July 2014

The 32 CSM sends messages of solidarity to Palestine.

The 32 County Sovereignty Movement sends messages of solidarity to our comrades in Palestine.
Here in occupied Ireland protests are being organised in support of the people of Gaza as Israel continues its onslaught of genocide against innocent civilians. We question why the international community are standing by with questionable muteness.

We question why a people whom were devastated by genocide are now using genocide to eliminate they're neighbours. The international media and world leaders should hang their heads in shame for their deafening silence.