The Irish Holocaust - Never forget

Oliver Plunkett

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Chris Fogarty has done a stellar job collating and recording for posterity, data and documents related to the deliberate slaughter of millions of Irish. He proves that this was official British intent and policy at the time.

It behooves us as patriots to know this stuff, and make sure it continues to be known. Lord knows, they never taught us this stuff in the globalist indoctrination camps otherwise known as Irish schools.

Take the time to go through Chris' research here:

 

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Who'd a thunk it?

Turned out that raising12 kids on half an acre potato patch was not so smart after all.

Hard not to sympathise with the initial British reaction to the outbreak of famine - "Quelle surprise".
 

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Who'd a thunk it?

Turned out that raising12 kids on half an acre potato patch was not so smart after all.

Hard not to sympathise with the initial British reaction to the outbreak of famine - "Quelle surprise".
Except it wasn't a choice if you knew Irish history.
 

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Who'd a thunk it?

Turned out that raising12 kids on half an acre potato patch was not so smart after all.

Hard not to sympathise with the initial British reaction to the outbreak of famine - "Quelle surprise".
Why would Brits be surprised by the fruits of their own policy of pushing people westward onto tiny plots of rocky, crappy land?
 

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You do know there was no contraception then and a high infant mortality rate? Right?
Not Mick's fault country was grotesquely overpopulated.

Brits wouldn't give Mary the pill so he had to have a dozen kids.
 

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I will be getting tucked into this book in the next while. I'll let you know how it goes:

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Jared Diamond discussed the Irish potato Famine as a typical population-explosion driven agricultural collapse. Who could argue with him?

Census results for Ireland probably underestimate the real population, but even this data reveals a staggering rate of growth:

1821 6,801,827
1831 7,767,401
1841 8,175,124

What did Mick plan to do for the next generation? Divide his half-acre lumper potato patch between his 12 kids?
 

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Jared Diamond discussed the Irish potato Famine as a typical population-explosion driven agricultural collapse. Who could argue with him?
Anyone who knows the history of Ireland could argue with Jarred. There was no agricultural collapse. During the height of the famine 70 shiploads of Irish produce was being shipped to Britain on any given day. The country was littered in foreign garrisons of soldiers to ensure the British food removal program was not hindered. Ireland is and always has been a great land for the growing of all manner of produce.

The Food Removal program is explained here:

 

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The above map shows the extent of British oppression. Each flag is a garrison of troops, whose main purpose was to ensure the food removal program went smoothly. The arrows indicate the ports of exit for shipments of Irish produce. It was a massive looting exercise.
 

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The above map shows the extent of British oppression. Each flag is a garrison of troops, whose main purpose was to ensure the food removal program went smoothly. The arrows indicate the ports of exit for shipments of Irish produce. It was a massive looting exercise.
The Brits stole our potatoes.
 
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