The BLM Plantation of Ireland

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There seems to be a vigorous attempt to gin up the racial animus in Ireland on the backs of this international Black Lives Matter terror organization.

This thread on 4chan discusses some of the growing violence against the Irish by New Irish

 
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The Irish were never slaves, quite the converse - Irish "Wild Geese" Jacobite families were pioneers in the transatlantic slave trade out of Nantes and St Malo.

Irish merchant families names such as Walshes, Shaughnessy, Roches and Riordans - all major slavers.

In the 18th century Irish slavers operated out of Bristol and Liverpool. Dorans, Butlers, Ryans, McGauleys, Tuohy sand Nagles were slave ship owners and captains.

Contrary to the snowflake victimhood narrative of Irish Republicanism, we were up to our necks in the slave trade, sadly.
 

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The descendants of Irish slaves in Barbados still exist as an impoverished community. So much for their privilege:

During the winter of 1636, a ship bearing a consignment of 61 men and women destined to be slaves on the plantations of Barbados slipped quietly out of Kinsale Harbor on Ireland’s rugged southern coast. By the time Captain Joseph West’s ship arrived in the Caribbean in January 1637, eight of the 61 had died. The remainder were sold, including ten to the governor of Barbados, for 450 pounds of sugar apiece. Captain West was instructed to return to London to sell the sugar and then proceed to Kinsale to procure another cargo of Irish slaves. That first small trickle soon became a human flood.

It was a lucrative business. An Irish white slave could be sold in Barbados for between £10 and £35.
By the mid-1700s most were free, their places taken by Africans. However, minute books from the island show that no more than a fifth of those who were freed became farmers, owners, or artisans. The remainder formed a wretched, poor and isolated community. In 1689, the governor of Barbados, Colonel James Kendall, described the Redlegs as being “dominated over and used like dogs.” He suggested to the local assembly that the emancipated slaves be given two acres (0.8 hectares) of land, as was their due, but the assembly contemptuously turned down the request.
 

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Who else thinks the descendants of the Irish Sugar slaves should be granted Dual Citizenship?
 

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This is hard to watch lads. The fruits of full EU integration and inculturation:

 

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The Irish were never slaves, quite the converse - Irish "Wild Geese" Jacobite families were pioneers in the transatlantic slave trade out of Nantes and St Malo.

Irish merchant families names such as Walshes, Shaughnessy, Roches and Riordans - all major slavers.

In the 18th century Irish slavers operated out of Bristol and Liverpool. Dorans, Butlers, Ryans, McGauleys, Tuohy sand Nagles were slave ship owners and captains.

Contrary to the snowflake victimhood narrative of Irish Republicanism, we were up to our necks in the slave trade, sadly.
Rubbish of the highest order. In the 1600s multitudes of slaves were sent mainly to the Caribbean. A visit to Montserrat will find Irish names and accents still. In North America later they were indentured servant which actually was worse than being a slave because the slightest infraction got the term extended . Toward the end of the term, the persons value was approaching zero, so why would the master risk a valuable slave on a dangerous task, when he had a soon to be worthless to him, servant
 

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"stabbed by teenagers" wtf

that's like saying Floyd was murdered by a thirty something!
Race is irrelevant if the perpetrator is not white.

Furthermore, so-called hate crime only applies to 'minorities'. It will probably be a good twenty or thirty years before Irish are even applicable to be victims of hate crime. But I wouldn't hold my breath.
 

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Rubbish of the highest order. In the 1600s multitudes of slaves were sent mainly to the Caribbean. A visit to Montserrat will find Irish names and accents still. In North America later they were indentured servant which actually was worse than being a slave because the slightest infraction got the term extended . Toward the end of the term, the persons value was approaching zero, so why would the master risk a valuable slave on a dangerous task, when he had a soon to be worthless to him, servant
It was common for slaves to adopt the names and cultural practices of their owners.

The traditions on Monserrat derive from Irish slave owners.
 

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Chateau de Serrant in the Loire valley, acquired by the Walsh family in 1749.

Proof, as though any were needed, that Irish people make a killing in the inhuman transatlantic slave trade.
 

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Proof, as though any were needed, that Irish people make a killing in the inhuman transatlantic slave trade.
Proof of nothing more than those Irish elites who bowed before Henry for title and land were, and still are willing to sell out their own for a shilling from our foreign overlords
 
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