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Vol. Dessie Grew and Mao’s Little Red Book

A new book on the Irish Socialist Republican Dessie Grew, entitled ‘Dessie’ Scholar- Socialist- Revolutionary, confirms that this prominent Guerrilla Commander was a student of, and deeply influenced by Chairman Mao. In a chapter of the book entitled ‘Emigration and Return’, a story is recalled of a young Dessie delivering political orations at the speakers […]

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Hot Off the Press- The Socialist Republican

* Hot Off The Press!!!* The latest edition of #TheSocialistRepublican is now available for €5 plus p&p This edition, giving a voice to Socialist Republicans across Ireland, covers a number of key topics to the struggle of National Liberation and Socialist Revolution in Ireland including: • The Fight Against Fascism• Revolution Not Reform• Anti RUC/PSNI […]

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AIA attend POW Vigil in Dublin

On Friday December 18, members of Anti Imperialist Action from across Dublin attended the annual December POW vigil organised by End Internment, in support of All Irish and Revolutionary International Prisoners of War. December is the time to remember the men and women held captive in Free State and British Gaols in Ireland, for their […]

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John Jenkins RIP

Irish Socialist Republicans and Anti Imperialist Action Ireland sends its sympathies and condolences to the family and comrades of Welsh socialist republican John Jenkins who has passed away. Jenkins was a member and leader of Mudiad Amddiffyn Cymru (MAC) a clandestine Welsh republican seperatist movement. MAC carried out a bombing campaign against British infrastructure and […]

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POW/ BRITS OUT PICKET IN CROSSMAGLEN

Sixty four years to the day since the initiation of Operation Harvest or the “Border Campaign” on the 12th December 1956 Anti Imperialist Action and Socialist Republicans held a whiteline picket in solidarity with Irish Republican prisoners in the border town of Crossmaglen, Co. Armagh. The picket was organised to highlight the fact that there […]

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AIA Recruiting in Meath and Kildare

Anti Imperialist Action Ireland Now Recruiting in Meath and Kildare! Following further growth of the Organisation Anti Imperialist Action are now recruiting across counties Meath and Kildare. If you are living in Meath or Kildare or anywhere in the North Leinster area and would like to play your part in the struggle for National Liberation […]

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Political situation in Sweden: Coronavirus, migration, fascism and anti-fascism

We spoke with a Comrade in Sweden about the political situation there. First we asked about how the government has been dealing with the Corona virus: Since the last parliamentary election in 2018, there’s been a minority lead government with the Social Democrats, Miljöpartiet (Green Party), Liberals and Centerpartiet (Neoliberals). The Social Democrats have traditionally […]

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Latest AIA Stickers Hit the Streets of Cork

AIA’s latest Socialist Republican stickers hit the streets of #CorkCity highlighting a number of Republican Campaigns including Stop the Extradition of Irish Republican and Brits Out Now as well as our latest recruitment image Anti Extradition Stickers highlighting that cases of Liam Campbell and Ciarán Maguire have been placed on the offices of Fine Gael […]

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Undercover UK cops exposed: interview with researcher Donal O’Driscoll

As the British state is finally forced to attempt an enquiry into the behaviour of the infiltration unit set up by their Special Branch in 1968, we talk with researcher Donal O’Driscoll about the work is group has done to expose the behaviour and repression of these officers. Please see the website below for more: […]

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Interview with the Autonomous Design Group

How did your group get started? We formed in November 2019, out of conversations between friends and organisers who had been informally producing a lot of design work for social movements we were involved in. These conversations were based around the need for a collective or organisation that could help us develop, critique and practice […]