The above video explains the origins and objectives of the 32 County Sovereignty Movement.
Wednesday, 21 June 2017
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Applied Republicanism! - The Proclamation project
Applied Republicanism - The Proclamation Project is an initiative which evolved from discussion and debate amongst grassroots republicans throughout Ireland. Rather than concentrating on forming yet another 'republican group' the focus was directed towards the republican message and how we could bring a contemporary relevance to that message. In order to develop this initiative we believe that a continuance of that grassroots debate is the best way forward at this juncture. If you would like more information on the initiative or would like to participate in its development please message our page with your contact details so as to arrange a sit down meeting convenient to you. We look forward to your engagement!
The Proclamation Project: The right to a home!
As a part of this project is the idea of 'Applied republicanism' based on the Republican Socialist ideals enshrined in the proclamation. As a part of this Republicans in Cork and from around the 32 counties of Ireland, came together to voice the belief that every citizen of a nation is entitled to the basic human right and need of a home.
Drug dealer comes forward to cease dealing drugs
The Cork 32 CSM is happy to inform the public that a well known heroin dealer has come forward with the support of his family following last weeks march and has ceased his activities with immediate effect. We welcome this decision and wish him well.
Irish times response to the 32CSM anti drugs marchhttps://www.irishtimes.com/news/ireland/irish-news/strategies-to-tackle-drug-abuse-must-come-from-communities-cork-protest-told-1.3042252?mode=amp
"Radical and effective strategies to tackle drug abuse must come from within communities and not government-appointed panels, a Cork dissident republican told a protest march against heroin dealing in the city.
Friday's protest, organised by the 32 County Sovereignty Movement and closely monitored by gardaí saw the campaigners march from Baker’s Road along Harbour View Road in Knocknaheeny, led by a drummer and men carrying a black coffin symbolising the deaths from drug abuse in Cork.
The protestors, some of whom carried 32 County Sovereignty Movement flags – a group linked to the Real IRA – marched along Harbour View Road far as St Mary’s on the Hill Church in Knocknaheeny where Mr Murphy accused the State of being in denial since the 1980s about the extent of the heroin problem.
“When community workers were crying out about the epidemic in inner city areas (in the 1980s), the then Minister for Health, Barry Desmond, declared that no such epidemic existed. This was the disastrous and myopic response of official Ireland, ” said Mr Murphy.
“Communities themselves were forced into direct action against the pushers and official Ireland’s response to that was to set aside more resources investigating the Concerned Parents Movement than those employed against the heroin dealers.
“And whilst the conflict between the community and official efforts is not as acute as in those times, it remains a salient point that radical and effective initiatives and strategies to tackle drug abuse will come from communities and not some government-appointed panel.”
Mr Murphy said that drug abuse was no respecter of age, gender, social status or geographic location and there were rich heroin addicts as well as poor heroin addicts, but the problem was multi-faceted and any solution must be similarly multi-faceted."
32CSM empower the community!
In response to the growing drugs epidemic in Cork the 32CSM organized a community march to empower the community and serve as an example of people power. We also had an addiction councillor present to offer help to addicts who feel hopeless. We also called on elected representatives and members of the Gardaí to do their job and offer support to communities who feel under siege from those dealing drugs. Beir Bua!