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(Below is a short article written in Swedish that summarizes the last week’s events of unrest in the six counties). Så har det då…

Easter Statement 2021 (English further down)Easter Statement 2021 I år är det 105 år sedan det ärorika påskupproret. Arvet efter James Connolly, Patrick Pearse och de…

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4 Dagar sedan

The attack on our community last night by a rampant loyalist mob was another orchestrated action of British terrorism.Those in leadership within loyalism are under the influence of sinister British Intelligence, orchastrating violence on the streets across the North in an effort to exert political pressure on the British government. It has now returned to form which will portray the establishment as the peace keepers between two waring factions, this ofcourse is entirely untrue as it ever was. The loyalist narrative already being peddled is that hijacked cars where used to block the gates in order to stop a nationalist mob attacking pensioners homes. Unfortunately for the loyalist narrative it is betrayed by videos uploaded to social media that clearly show the hijacked cars used as a battering ram to break open the gates into a republican area in order to attack residents.We urge the Republican community to be vigilant particularly in Belfast but across the North in general, we do not advocate for sectarian tit for tat but be under no illusions our areas will be defended from attack. ... Se merSe mindre
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The following statement has been penned by current Republican Prisoners in Maghaberry, Portlaoise, Hydebank and Mountjoy Gaols. “Comrades, we the imprisoned revolutionary women and men of Hydebank, Maghaberry, Portlaoise and Mountjoy on this the 105th anniversary of the Easter Rising extend greetings to the leadership and volunteers of the Irish Republican Army. We salute the courage, integrity and commitment of the women and men who continue resist the illegal occupation in the face and might of imperialism and the counter revolutionary apologists, your courage, commitment and dedication are an inspiration. We also extend those greetings to our friends and comrades worldwide, while sending revolutionary greetings to all anti imperialists throughout the world. We pay special tribute to the families of Republican Prisoners in what has been a particularly hard year for those with loved ones in gaol at this time. The COVID-19 pandemic and the mismanagement of such by the sectarian institution in Stormont, the occupying British Government and the capitalist Dublin Government has seen the prolonged separation of Republican Prisoners and their families. However, the unwavering support and understanding from our families has made a challenging time a little less difficult. Over the last year more than 50 imprisoned women and men in Hydebank, Maghaberry, Portlaoise and Mountjoy embarked on a 14 day hunger strike along with esteemed Palestinian political hostage, Dr Issam Hijjawi, in an act of revolutionary resistance against imperialist aggression following his forced isolation. This forced isolation was in direct contrast to procedures faced by non-Republican Prisoners within Maghaberry Gaol. However, the unified response from Republican Prisoners across the gaols was a timely reminder, should it ever be needed, that an attack on one of us is an attack on all of us. It also allowed us as prisoners to realign ourselves with the constant battle we all face in the wider struggle for reunification. Furthermore we take this opportunity to thank all those who supported our act of revolutionary resistance, all those who organised and attended protests and pickets, those throughout the world who sent us Revolutionary messages of solidarity and above all those fraternal comrades who joined us on hunger strike. We salute your actions. To all those charlatanistic alleged pro Palestinian activists who choose to remain silent to the ongoing illegal administrative detention of Palestinian political prisoner Dr Issam Hijjawi, shame on you all! The icon of Palestinian resistance Dr George Habash summed it up when he articulated “in today’s world no one is innocent. A man is either with the oppressed or he is with the oppressors. He who takes no interest in politics gives his blessing to the prevailing order.”For the first time in the 900 year old resistance to the illegal occupation of our country a Palestinian languishes in the occupiers Maghaberry Gaol at the behest of British imperialism, yet in some quarters there is a deafening silence to this injustice. Easter 1916 saw the Irish people take on the might of the British Empire, without the approval of many at the time. By then the Irish people had endured centuries of brutality meted out by the hands of the occupier. Republicans, socialists and feminists came together under the banner of the Irish Republic and took on the might of the British Army and its lackies the R.I.C.. Though there was a realisation early on that this would not lead to immediate victory, the significance of this revolutionary act was clear. A century on the Irish people continue to face the same brutality, in many different guises. The country is still divided, with British rule administered in one half while running the other half by proxy. This alone creates the justification of the ongoing armed struggle and we are steadfast in our belief that colonial violence on this island will always be met with revolutionary armed resistance. Comrades rest assured we will not stand idly by in the face of the illegal occupation and we will resist any attempts to criminalise us or the struggle for genuine liberation, the socialist Republic and a classless society. We are in a showdown with imperialism and we the women and men illegally detained by the occupation will not be found wanting. We join hands with our comrades throughout the world and we echo the words of Ulrike Meinhof, “dare to struggle, dare to win, attack and smash the power of imperialism. It is the duty of every revolutionary to make the revolution” We also take this opportunity to thank those within the IRPWA, Saoradh and Eistigí for their continued support in highlighting the plight of Republican Prisoners up and down the country, including the impending extradition of our comrade Ciaran Maguire and the internment of Zack Smyth while continuing to raise issues such as social inequalities, political policing and political courts. It is you and you alone who continue to provide financial assistance and support to the families of Republican Prisoners, which is very welcome at this time. We urge anyone with an interest in Irish Republican Prisoners or those who wish to challenge the capitalist system, which is doing its very best to suppress positive social change, to get in touch with your local IRPWA & Saoradh representatives. As we remember our revolutionary dead today, we ask those of you outside to take the time to rededicate yourselves to the cause and help bring about Irish liberation and equality, while ensuring that those who have lost their lives and liberty in the cause of Irish Freedom have done so justifiably. To quote Constance Markievicz “But while Ireland is not free I remain a rebel, unconverted and unconvertible. There is no word strong enough for it. I am pledged as a rebel, an unconvertible rebel, to the one thing - free and independent Republic. “Onwards to victory, onwards to a united Ireland. Beidh ár lá linn.” ... Se merSe mindre
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If they aren’t able to destroy the desire for freedom, they won’t break you. They won’t break me because the desire for freedom, and the freedom of the Irish people, is in my heart. The day will dawn when all the people of Ireland will have the desire for freedom to show. It is then we’ll see the rising of the moon.

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