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'Revolutionary Republicanism' This is our Alternative!

category national | public consultation / irish social forum | news report author Wednesday March 20, 2013 14:07author by Charlie - Republican Network for Unityauthor email rnupro at gmail dot com Report this post to the editors

RNU release position papers and world-view documents

Republican Network for Unity met at the ‘Croisbhealaí’ collective rooms in central Belfast on Tuesday March 19th , for the official public release of their latest publication ‘Revolutionary Republicanism’.
The publication sets out in concrete terms, our alternative proposals to the failed ways of constitutional Nationalism and suggests a clear and viable way forward for those who still propose National Liberation & Socialism as the real cure for Ireland’s ills.
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Republican Network for Unity met at the ‘Croisbhealaí’ collective rooms in central Belfast on Tuesday March 19th , for the official public release of their latest publication ‘Revolutionary Republicanism’.

The publication sets out in concrete terms, our alternative proposals to the failed ways of constitutional Nationalism and suggests a clear and viable way forward for those who still propose National Liberation & Socialism as the real cure for Ireland’s ills.

‘Revolutionary Republicanism’ centres around the basic fundamental truth; that the only natural and progressive setting in which the Irish people can exist is one of complete Self-Determination.

Standing upon that truth, ‘Revolutionary Republicanism’ explains the need to pursue a process of ‘National Liberation’ in order to take back Ireland and establish true freedom and Socialism here.

The publication explains in detail why in order to achieve this end, a process of prolonged revolutionary struggle must occur, around which there can be no shortcut.

‘Revolutionary Republicanism’ explains how in our opinion, Irish Republican Socialists must earn the trust of the Irish Working Class before we can expect them to be convinced of our arguments. Furthermore it sets out in clear terms just how we intend to organise and fight in everyday struggles alongside our communities in order to achieve the trust of the people and help them to take their country back.

‘Revolutionary Republicanism’ is the second part in twin documents which include the previously released ‘Standing outside the Peace Process’, a Republican Socialist critique of what is commonly referred to as the ‘Irish Peace Process’.

RNU now intend to travel to the towns, cities and parishes of Ireland, in order to take the positive message of Revolutionary Republicanism to both the Republican grass roots and the as yet un-politicised Irish public.

Related Link: http://www.RepublicanUnity.org

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