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Article from Belfast 32CSM:

These British military vehicles were seen travelling along the M2 towards Belfast yesterday afternoon.

This is the same army that establishment parties tell us have long left these shores, the same army responsible for countless massacres and murders in Ireland and around the world.

It's well known that the british army are still posted here in Ireland both covertly and overtly, they also bolster the ranks of the unaccountable and sectarian crown force PSNI.

We put it now to SinnFein and other British establishment parties, why are British military vehicles and troops still prowling the streets of Ireland?

As the saying goes 'they haven't gone away you know'.

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The recent savage sentences handed down to three anti-eviction activists involved in the Roscommon repossession demonstrates once again the Judiciary and political establishment’s loyalty to the landlord class.

The action taken by anti-eviction activists had clearly rattled the government, evidenced by the general absence of condemnation from ordinary citizens already sickened by the preferential treatment afforded to banks in the current housing and eviction crisis.

When one considers the recent handing down of lesser sentences for such crimes as drug dealing at national and international level, domestic and sexual abuse and recidivist criminal behaviour it is clear that the political direction given to the Judiciary by the establishment is designed to strike fear into community and social activists who employ direct action in pursuit of social justice.

This political sentencing must galvanise all social activists to work together in pursuit of the many social campaigns, such as the campaign against water charges where the financial interests of capitalism are prioritised by government and the lame politics of the so-called opposition remains deliberately ineffective.

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32CSM held a wreath laying ceremony at the Grave of IRA Volunteer Dermot Crowley on his 50th anniversary. Cork volunteer Dermot Crowley, Seán Loughran and Patrick Carty died when a bomb they were transporting near Omagh exploded prematurely in 1973. 18-year-old Dermot Crowley grew up in Mayfield in Cork. One of six children, he was a skilled sportsman and played for Clann Éireann GAA and his county in both juvenile and youth athletics. The terrible suffering of the nationalist people in the North of Ireland in the early 1970s had a strong effect on Dermot and he joined the IRA with his lifelong friend, Tony Ahern. Dermot was heartbroken when 17-year-old Tony was killed in a landmine explosion in Fermanagh in May 1973. Dermot himself would lose his young life exactly one month later in Omagh.

He is buried in Rathcooney, County Cork and is always remembered by Cork Republicans.

Beir Bua

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