WHEN GENOCIDE BECAME "FAMINE" : IRELAND, 1845 - 1850

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Jordi

#76 Jordi Batet

2014-01-28 20:55

Des de Catalunya amb Solidaritat amb el poble Irlandes

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#77 Re: petition.

2014-01-28 23:44

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Once again we thank all those who signed and urge you to share and inform others of the petition.  xx Joe ,Admin.


Guest

#78

2014-01-30 21:39

I'm English and i'm disgusted that the ruling class could turn a potato blight outbreak into a organised pogrom and mass expulsion we've got a lot to answer for

Guest

#79

2014-01-31 17:16

enough lies from church and state, just give me some truth.

Guest

#80

2014-01-31 23:22

Justice will be done.

Guest

#81

2014-02-01 07:49

I think that it is highly important that history needs to be correct and inclusive. The truth of so many injustices are kept from mainstream knowledge and the accounts are lost to history. Equally important is the recognition of the HOLOCAUST, instead of the "potato famine", and the respect for all those who suffered during and after the holocaust.

Guest

#82

2014-02-02 15:34

The truth and nothing but the truth, no more hiding behind the untruths.
Caoimhin Mc.

#83 Re: Genocide

2014-02-02 15:52

#1: Swifty -

Sign the dotted line and lets not let them hide behind the shadows anymore. The media and some far right historians have for to long being perpetrating the lie of a Famine. Honour the millions of our people who slowly starved to death because one crop failed and the hundreds of other crops were shipped out under armed guard from one of the most fertile lands on earth. In the 1800's and today Ireland produces 80% more food than the native population needs and exports the surplus " An Gorta Mor" Caoimhin McEochaidh.


Guest

#84

2014-02-03 11:47

To know your history is to insure it will not be repeated.

Guest

#85

2014-02-03 18:45

For the millions who suffered while Westminster gorged themselves, we owe them this at least.

Guest

#86

2014-02-04 16:30

It's a shame the truth isn't being told. My grandfather came to Canada because of it but would never talk about it. Greed rose it's head again. Please change the history to the truth.

Guest

#87

2014-02-04 22:28

We were always told by those who knew that there was enough food and that it was being exported, esp from Newry. It's about time that the truth was told and TAUGHT.

Guest

#88

2014-02-06 17:00

the past cannot be undone but it can be remembered honestly

Guest

#89

2014-02-06 19:30

i think it is about time that the british goverment admitted there guilt in trying to starve the population of ireland to death. erin go bragh

Guest

#90

2014-02-08 14:20

Keep up the good work
CERS121

#91

2014-02-08 14:26

Signed & Shared /tweeted ;)

Guest

#92

2014-02-08 16:14

Love my history i always knew it was Genocide

Guest

#93

2014-02-08 19:25

It's time to be honest about what happened in Ireland. Let the truth be told!

Guest

#94

2014-02-08 20:48

time to wake people up to the lies

Guest

#95

2014-02-10 17:17

This must be a proud moment in time for Cameron UK.

Guest

#96

2014-02-10 17:32

About time the truth came out!

Guest

#97

2014-02-10 17:53

Don't understand the maths i was taught about the Great Hunger, if there was 8 million people when the Hunger started and 1 million died, 1 million emigrated and we were left with less than 4 million, what happened to the other 2. something million people.?


Guest

#98

2014-02-10 20:16

so glad that this national issue is being addressed!

Guest

#99 Irish genocide

2014-02-11 06:10

Irish genocide

Guest

#100

2014-02-11 13:19

The truth of history should never be hidden, denied or covered up with propaganda. People have the right to know the truth and the truth needs the people to know.

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