Justice For The Craigavon Two and leaflet drop

Supported by MOJO (Miscarriage Of Justice Organization)
All welcome to Highlight The Craigavon 2 miscarriage of Justice.

Don’t be a facebook activist…be a active activist.

27/05/2017 13.00 City Chambers Glasgow 
http://www.JFTC2.com Read the facts

With many thanks to: Kevin Kinsella.




It is believed that this photo was posted on the flute bands Facebook page. It was taken down only to reappear online.

LOYALIST band give prize to very young teenager in KU KLUX KLAN (KKK) uniform. The Lanarkshire Loyalist Flute Band celebrated “Hallowen/Culture party on Saturday – at premises belonging to the local council.

The photograph above from the event shows an unidentified man in white robes and a pointed hood complete with the KKK’s symbol on the chest.

A picture from the Flute Band's Facebook page clearly shows that the photo of the man in the KKK robes (A Master) was taken at the same event.

He is being presented with a plaque from a woman, also unidentified, under the caption’ ” Craigneuk Imperial Ladies Flute Band”, from North Lanarkshire.

A third photo shows the same stage, poppies banner and flag in the background.

Orange bands’ historic link to Glasgow Klan

A HIGH profile Scottish loyalist who took part in Twelfth marches in Belfast in the 1930s, went on to start a branch of the Ku Klux Klan (KKK) in Glasgow. Billy Fullerton led a notorious gang, the Brighton Boys, whose signature tune was The Billy Boys an infamous sectarian song which was associated with the

He's a little mixed-up

Orange Order and Rangers Football Club. The song which includes the line: we’re up to our knees in Fenian blood”, was banned from football grounds by the Scottish government in 2011.

Born in Brighton area of Glasgow, Fullerton formed the Brighton Billy Boys, an anti-Catholic gang from Bridgeton Cross, in 1924. At its height, the gang had 800 members.

Christian Flautists Ouside St. Patrick's.

According to reports, Fullerton led the Brighton Purple and Crown Flute Band which marched during the Twelfth in Belfast in the 1930s.

When the Billy Boys went into decline in the late 1930s, Billy Fullerton joined Oswald Mosley’s British Union of Fascists and went on to start a Glasgow branch of the Ku Klux Klan.

The Orange Order claims it shows members wearing white Ku Klux Klan clothing in a "deliberate demonisation" of its cultural heritage.

With many thanks to: The Irish News. For the story above.

“I suppose the Orange Order and the Loyal Order’s with their history going back to 1690 forgot to mention that little bit of history with the KKK”!

Joe McWilliams the artist who died last month.



Irish News cartoonist Ian Knox, a long-standing friend of artist Joe McWilliams who died last month, gives his views on the controversy.

Brighton Purple and Crown Flute Band 1930s.

What a shame Joe couldn’t hang around long enough to enjoy the effect his great Christian Flutists had on his chosen target.
I can only look on with envy. It’s bizarre too that the Orange and TUV targets should rise in such a predictably brain-dead manner to the bait. A little checking by those protectors of public space, who love to live in the past (1690), would have shown the Orange marching bands have clearly documented links to the setting up of the first British section of the Ku Kux Klan back in Glasgow in the late 1930s or early 1940s.

A member of the mordern day loyalist UVF showing his true colours - his forefathers would be very proud of him.

The culprit was notorious black shirt strike-breaker and drummer in the Brighton Purple and Crown Orange marching Band. Billy Fullerton. Fullerton, rather than William of Orange, was a frequent Twelfth visitor to Belfast and the “Billy” of the notorious Brighton Boys who terrorised Catholics, Jews, Trade Unionists and any foreign nationals unfortunate to end up in the sectarian cauldron of 1930s Glasgow.

“I honestly don’t see the difference between 1930s Orange Order and that of 2015 they are still bigots who hate a Catholic about the place”

With many thanks to: The Irish News. For the story above.

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Óglach Martin Meehan Commemoration Saturday 14/11/2015.

We reminder about next Saturday’s Commemoration folks….

Assemble 12.00pm – Departs 12.30pm Frankfield Street, Glasgow.
All relevant groups and banners welcome.

Óglach Martin Meehan Commemoration - Glasgow

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With many thanks to: Eddie Healy.
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Michael Mcginley > Cumann na saoirse Alba



On 9th August 1971, internment was introduced into the Occupied Six Counties. Family homes were raided; front doors smashed in, men were dragged from their beds and ripped from their homes in front of their hysterical children and fearful wives who knew not where their loved ones were being taken to, why or when they would return.

Many internees were held in captivity for years despite not having been found guilty of any offence. The same practice remains in place today albeit on a smaller but equally unjust scale.

Today it is often said that we live in a better society – ‘a new dispensation – is the oft repeated phrase of those attempting to paper over the cracks. Despite all the supposed ‘changes’, many of the old repressive injustices remain including internment, political policing, Diplock courts and ongoing MI5/British military activity.

Almost forty two years have passed since that August morning in 1971, yet Irish men and women are still being interned at the behest of the British state, arrested by its willing armed forces, including the PSNI, and aided and abetted by their political apologists in Stormont.

Political policing and internment is nothing new. They are practices which have been in place for some decades, practices that we in éirígí have been to fore in highlighting, exposing and opposing.

As a result, those of us who have been most vocal in opposing these unjust activities and our families, have paid a heavy personal price in the form of constant PSNI harassment, frequent ‘stop and searches’, house raids, assaults, threats, intimidation and, ultimately, the loss of liberty.

In late November last year I penned a letter which was published in the local press in Newry. My letter highlighted a number of unacceptable practices in relation to Britain’s police force – the PSNI – something which I had done many times over the years.

The letter described, in detail, dawn PSNI house raids and the traumatic effects they have on families, particularly young children.

Ironically, less than 24 hours after my correspondence was published, the front door of my own family home was smashed in by the PSNI at 6am. In the very same manner as I had described in my letter, I was torn from my home, family and children and have been interned in Maghaberry Gaol ever since.

Those unfortunate to find themselves interned by remand, despite not being found guilty of anything, can be imprisoned for lengthy periods with no sign of either a date for trial or release.

Political internees can find themselves in gaol for up to 2 years, or more, under this repressive, draconian policy, awaiting a trial that may never come and facing a case that will likely collapse, as we have borne witness to countless times before.

Despite the continued practice of political internment there seems to be little or no public opposition regarding its use when contrasted to the widespread public outcry witnessed in previous decades. No mass public demonstrations but rather low key protests and pickets organised only by those close to those imprisoned.

Perhaps one reason for the lack of public opposition to internment could be that rather than employing the levels of mass internment witnessed in the early 1970s, we now experience what can be described as ‘selective internment’, whereby relatively small numbers of people – considered as opponents to the established parties – are targeted for imprisonment.

Among those currently interned include those who, using their democratic right, vocally, publicly, politically and peacefully oppose the ongoing British occupation and its puppet administration at Stormont.

This suggests that the use of ‘selective internment’ is designed to target the few in order to intimidate the many from standing up, speaking out and organising a radical opposition to the Stormont regime.

Could what we are witnessing be described as an ‘acceptable level of injustice’?

Where people are too afraid to speak out in case they too find themselves within the sights of the PSNI, British Army and MI5?

Internment was wrong and unjust in previous years and it remains as equally wrong and unjust today.

I would encourage all those that disagree with its continued use to organise and publicly oppose internment in its current form.

“Injustice anywhere is a threat to justice everywhere.” – Martin Luther King Jr.

Stephen Murney

Republican Political Prisoner

Roe 4

Maghaberry Gaol


A SCOTTISH judge has ruled it is within the law to sing pro-IRA songs at soccer matches. Dozens of fans were seen chanting The Roll of Honour,a pro-IRA song commemorating the 1981 hunger sstrikers, during a Celtic match.


Club supporter Calum Graham (21) was brought before the court for singing the song but was cleared of behaving in an offence manner likely to incite public disorder. The Inverness Sheriff Court Judge said it was not enough for a chant to be offensive, it also had to be “likely to incite public disorder”. Sheriff MargaretNelson said : “Parliament clearly has it in mind that you must pass this hurdle for it to be an offence.” Mr Graham was identified on video by police singing The Roll of Honour during the match, which was attended by up to 6,000 fans, against Inverness Caledonian Thistle in the city on August 25 last year. The football fan, from Glasgow, admitted he was one of a group singing it but denied behaving in an offensive manner likely to cause public disorder.

With many thanks to : Brendan HughesIrish News






Cumann Sean MacEachaidh

The Michael Campbell Campaign. Michael’s appeal began today (15th May)

This campaign needs to escalate. Cohesion exists.

Internationally a lot of work is being done. A lot of lobbying of government agencies has been done over the past year, hundreds of letters, thousands it is not enough our international comrades are doing the bulk of the work.

At home the Newry/South Armagh Prisoners group are leading the way, at Easter a hugely successful function was held. Last week a full page article in the Newry paper was published. Posters of the same were printed and are being distributed and boards highlighting the campaign are being erected.

These efforts haven’t come cheap so we are all going to come together now and help each other out.

CSME would be particularly interested in our Comrades in Glasgow and Dublin getting in touch to hand out leaflets and posters in a central location. Materials provided.

We have provided Crafts made by Republican Prisoners for people wishing to pursue independent causes; we are prepared to do the same for anyone who would like, or thinks they would like to run a raffle or organise something for Michael.

Michael has a strong and supportive family that are assured nothing will be done without their approval.

We ask people now to really get this show on the road.

Contact ourselves here;

The Newry/Armagh Prisoners support group;

or write to

Sarah Murphy

Secretary Repatriate Michael Campbell Campaign

3 Carnagat Park

Hospital Road


Co Down


It is vital now to get this moving. The case has been made. Lets Go!!

The Rebel Shamrock Festival – I can confirm that The Shamrock Festivsl is back on!!!!

Shamrock-Festival Rebel

I can confirm that The Shamrock Festival is back on!!!!

It will still take place on Friday the 29th of June and will now be held at The Stairway in Glasgow. 

All tickets sold will still be valid, however ticket numbers are extremelly limited now so if you’ve not got a ticket you better be quick!!!!



Derek Warfield & The Young Wolfe Tones
Maxi RFB
Coatbridge RFB

Friday 29th June 2012

Glasgow City Centre Venue


Tickets £20-00

Tickets now available direct from me, through PayPal or from The Foggy Dew bar on the Gallowgate.

Tickets are extremelly limited, as we had to move to a smaller venue, so you better be quick!!!!

POSTED ON BEHALF OF : Shamrock-Festival Rebel Shamrock-Festival Rebel.


Neilhoops Bar

    • Saturday
    • 19:00
  • CLAYMORE live you wanted them we got them come see them lol
POSTED ON BEHALF OF : Public event · By Neilhoops Bar


Irish Connection Charity Night Featuring Gary Og & the Exiles plus Fianna

Irish Connection Charity Night Featuring Gary Og & the Exiles plus Fianna

POSTED ON BEHALF OF : Public event · By Fianna

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