"To break the connection with England" Wolfe Tone

Wednesday, 1 July 2015

Today (30/06/15) members of Belfasts 32csm where in Short Strand again to inspect the damage caused to homes in Bryson street, paint attacks on st.mathews church and seperate houses around the area which have been targeted in the past few weeks by loyalist mobs.
We spoke with many residents of Bryson street about what has been happening and where disgusted to hear that even though these attacks are taking place day and night, the RUC and local elected representatives have done nothing t...o quell these acts of sectarian hatred.
The RUC this week swamped bryson and madrid street and proceeded to assault residents standing in their own gardens and arrested a young man of 17 for no good reason at all, this all took place while loyalists continued to bombard the same area from behind the peace wall and to no surprise the British police did nothing.
Last night things got really out of hand when flares and pipe bombs along with petrol bombs, paint bombs, bricks, bottles and bolts where among the items thrown into Bryson street. One flare landed beside the gas box at one home and another under a trampoline, both where luckily moved out of the way by the residents and its safe to say things could have been a lot worse had there been nobody around.
The 32csm stand firmly behind the people of Short Strand and although the media might be engaged in covering up the majority of these daily and nightly attacks, we will continue to highlight them and we offer our full support and help to residents.
Belfast 32 County Sovereignty Movement.


Thursday, 25 June 2015


Over the past year the 32 County Sovereignty Movement has grown exponentially particularly in Belfast where in the past few weeks a second cumann was formed which will be based in and focus on the west of the city. This growth gives rise to the fact that the politics and gerrymandering of Stormont, along with the 26 county free-state government, are continually and predictably failing the people of this island.
In 1998 SinnFein signed the so called ‘Good Friday Agreement’ and as such the provisional movement was suckered into a losing game with Britain and undermined at every turn. As predicted SinnFein endorsed every command given to them by their warlord masters and led blindly into a scenario from which they couldn’t retreat, as a consequence the very fabric of Irish Republicanism seemed to be hanging in the balance.
However, what they didn’t foresee was that the willingness of men and women dedicated to the true cause of Irish freedom could not be easily bought or defeated and so the struggle for national self-determination, sovereignty and a 32 county socialist republic was continued on with strength.
Over the years British politicians, with the help of media outlets, have bombarded the public with lie’s, false promises and black propaganda in the hope of demonising and criminalising republicans. They would also have us believe that the political situation in the north has been rectified and life is nothing short of perfect, although in reality this is far from the truth and can only be seen for what it really is, another piece of Britain’s normalisation policy within the occupied 6 counties.
This policy would have us believe that the colonial Brit war machine is gone, both militarily and politically, however Stormont remains the British government’s political powerhouse in the north and the British army remain garrisoned throughout the 6 counties, operating both covertly and in uniform in nationalist areas. It is clear this foreign army has little or no intentions of removing itself from Ireland’s shores anytime soon.
Another part of the normalisation charade was to rebrand the sectarian ‘RUC’ as a new police force and with a more neutral sounding name, the ‘PSNI’. In the eyes of working class nationalists this force is far from reformed but instead is still as sectarian and bigoted as ever. In the view of the British justice system a blind eye is turned so this force can have free reign to continue their attack on republican communities through the use of harassment, brutal assaults, house raids and false arrests on spurious charges. This amounts to one thing, political policing.
Another more sinister side to this British police force is their close working relationship with special branch and MI5, both of which run paid informers through our communities and continually intimidate and put the lively hoods of republicans under threat. These two secret agencies have both been implicated in the past for involvement in numerous murders of innocent catholics and widespread collusion with loyalist paramilitaries.
As republicans it is down to us on a local and national level to expose and highlight these wrong doings and to inform the working class republican communities on what is really happening and the truth behind the media cover ups.
In Belfast, along with every other part of this Island, the 32 county sovereignty movement will continue to make it clear that we will not accept in any way shape or form, the illegal occupation of our land by a foreign country and government and we will not stay quiet about the bolstering and upholding of British rule by a domestic enemy of the Irish people.
Some label us dissidents and others call us hoods and drug dealers, in reality we are not criminals, we are Irish Republicans who are dedicated to the freedom our country and wish to see the complete removal of British involvement from our shores and to one day be part of a united 32 county independent socialist republic.
Go Raibh Maith Agat.


  A member of the Belfast cumann was with his heavily pregnant partner at a local supermarket shopping for groceries, while waiting on a taxi at the front doors of the busy supermarket two RUC officers past the couple smirking and stood across from them constantly staring. After 5 minutes the taxi arrived for the couple and as they were climbing in the 2 RUC members approached and pulled the man away from the taxi telling him he ...was being searched under the terrorism act, this was purposely said as loud as possible in front of dozens of people so as to try demonise this innocent man.
One of the 2 RUC members proceeded to tell the taxi driver and this mans partner to move on and that "this is going to take a while", when the victim of this stop and search asked why he was being searched the reply to him was "your involved in terrorist acts", they then searched this man infront of everyone, took his phone and took all of this mans details.
After nearly 10 minutes the man was asked did he want a copy of the stop and search details and when he replied yes the police said with a smile, "sorry the phone has just refreshed itself you'll have to give us all your details again", this man then told these cops that they had all his details to which they responded "you either tell us them here or down in the station", this innocent man was pressed to give his details again and after another 5-10 minutes they told him the phone was playing up and he would have to go to the station to get a copy of the search card, needless to say this man walked off and climbed into his still waiting taxi and went home and will be contacting his solicitor in the morning to log it and get the copy of the search record.

We utterly condemn this act of public intimidation on a man who is already plagued by RUC harassment on a daily basis and call for everyone to reject this farcical British police force and their tactics on republicans.


Friday, 12 June 2015

Belfast 32CSM support Short Strand Residents.

Earlier today 03/06/15 members of Belfast 32csm spoke to residents of Bryson street in ShortStrand about the paint bomb attacks on homes last night.
Resident's stated that while the attack took place the RUC/PSNI had around 8 armoured jeeps in the vicinity and watched the events unfold without doing a thing, also 5 security cameras on the "peace wall" which runs through Bryson Street, that are supposed to watch both areas, were at the time all facing into Short Strand.
At this time of year these type of attacks are somewhat daily life for residents in Short Strand and we would like to take this time to offer our thoughts and support to residents.