Know about the Irish Potato Holocaust ?
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#1 Nov 8, 2013
“We are talking about one of the greatest tragedies Of the nineteenth century.
The "real" punished ones
This was only one of many Rothschild's punishments on the Irish.:slave trading of the natives in the 15th and 16th centuries, forced Judaistic/Christianity. Yes, the first slaves to America were Irish with the same ole Rothschild/Bauer led fake jewish slave traders and owners. Where did the rich America slave owners come from, Britain of course, 80% were fake jews and the rest rich british with jew influence.
Lots of Rh Negative blood come from here.what comes to mind, punishing those with it !!
God's true people, not the bull shit of the tribe of Dan. If so, they were to be on Rothschild's
ally list which they were NOT
remember the Rothschilds were born Bauer's and changrd their names. History has hidden
the Bauer line, before the Rothschilds, the Bauers from ? and them from ?(surnames).
Linked to Moses and beyond. Ys, indeed, Rh Negative blood type is very special !!
The blight which devastated Ireland's potato crops in the late 1840's was not confined to Ireland alone. It also descended upon other countries, notably Belgium and the Netherlands. It is true that these countries also lost a percentage of their populations through famine-related deaths: the Netherlands suffered a death toll of 60,000 and Belgium lost 48,000 ‑ about 2% and a little over 1% of their respective populations. Yet at the same time Ireland, under the control of the British Government, lost a staggering 13% of its population to death by disease and starvation.
How could it be that Britain, which was still the richest and most powerful country in the world, could not prevent this horrific death toll? The answer is simple ‑ the British ruling-classes did not want to minimize the death toll, on the contrary, they welcomed it!
Apologists for the British government will claim that it was Ireland's over reliance on the potato that caused the death and misery that the Irish endured during and long after the years of the 'Great Hunger' as it is known in Irish history. This is an argument that must be exposed for the shameful lie that it is. It was capitalism and landlordism, fully aided by Government policy, which resulted in the terrible tragedy which befell the people of Ireland.
The following is a by no means comprehensive account of the callous attitude of the British Government and the upper-classes during that terrible period in Ireland's history.
The Great Starvation, as the Irish called it, known to the rest of the world as The Irish Potato Famine or the Potato Blight, is blamed for the unspeakable tragedy that befell the rural community of Ireland during those terrible years. The mind-boggling death toll from starvation and disease, together with the horrific ordeals endured on the ‘coffin ships' by those wretched, half-starved emigrants who fled to America, constitute the most nightmarish chapter in Irish history, a story which will forever brand Britain's ruling-class and many of its so-called intelligentsia at that time with the indelible stigma of genocide and infamy.
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