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

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Swifty

#1

Jan 07, 2014, 11:16

Please share this petition .
Seb

#2

Jan 07, 2014, 16:53

No Famine ...

Guest

#3

Jan 11, 2014, 19:16

Respect for the ones who perished.

Guest

#4

Jan 11, 2014, 19:24

Signed in Proud & Loving memory of our Forefathers.

Guest

#5

Jan 11, 2014, 19:27

Let the Truth be heard!!!

Guest

#6

Jan 11, 2014, 19:36

It wasn't a famine there was plenty of food in Ireland at that time yet people still refer to it as a famine

Guest

#7

Jan 11, 2014, 20:05

its long over due that the murdering English are shown for what they are, when people are shown what the english are they will realise why many irish acted towards england, england is a horrible neighbour i am scots/irish scotland and ierland has had horrific times due to the blood stained hands of the english,i pray this year scotland get's independence
Mike McC
Guest

#8

Jan 11, 2014, 20:18

Great job in getting the truth out Being 3rd generation Irish living in the US I've always known of the famine. But by reading on this page I have come to learn it really was a genocide that's been covered up by the British for decades
The British never stop amazing me when it comes to oppressing people through the centuries Now I know why my grandmother called their flag the Butchers Apron

Guest

#9 Re: Famine/

Jan 12, 2014, 19:36

#8: Mike McC -

Thanks for signing Mike. Please make itgers aware. I think I should point out that it has been ignored by succesive Irish governments as well,,,much to their shame.


Guest

#10

Jan 12, 2014, 19:59

History was written by the powerfull and the victors this is our truth and I want it known to everyone the suffering of the Irish people in these times

Guest

#11

Jan 12, 2014, 20:07

it's just about the truth that all victims of atrocities deserve to be remembered as such.

Guest

#12

Jan 13, 2014, 00:43

Truth has to be told.

Guest

#13

Jan 13, 2014, 01:32

the truth must come out in the public eye.the British must come out what with the knowledge of action.thank God we kicked their ass they had no control the USA.

Guest

#14

Jan 13, 2014, 01:33

TIME that the truth came out as a 4th generation IRISH AUSSIE i applaud your efforts to get the truth out

Guest

#15

Jan 13, 2014, 10:59

The truth is Ireland was exporting food that could sustain the population.

Guest

#16

Jan 13, 2014, 11:09

Makes me so mad and sad when i read the history of this awfull treatment of human beings.My family originally from Cork

Guest

#17

Jan 13, 2014, 23:42

Sbout time as a nation we were open about what happened to all our ancestors

Guest

#18

Jan 14, 2014, 00:58

people need to know the facts.

Guest

#19

Jan 14, 2014, 05:41

I believe that one hundred thousand tons of grain was exported from Ireland to Britain during the Great Hunger.

Guest

#20

Jan 14, 2014, 07:03

its time the British government admitted that they did this for a reason, and apologized to the people of Ireland, and all the family's what had been driven away from there home land.

Guest

#21

Jan 14, 2014, 19:52

The truth has to be told and England has to be brought to account

Guest

#22

Jan 15, 2014, 13:15

Irish History deserves her rightful place shoulder to shoulder in equal standing with other Countries. Irish History deserves her History to be shown with the hard truth. Nobody has the right to whitewash her history.

Guest

#23

Jan 15, 2014, 22:23

the truth is power...hopefully history will be rewritten....

Guest

#24

Jan 15, 2014, 23:53

A progressive step forward in ensuring remembrance of the past and the horrible crimes committed on Irish people. As a nation, we cannot possibly know where we are going unless we truly know where we have come from. best of luck with the Project!

Guest

#25

Jan 16, 2014, 00:58

It is way past time to tell the truth and remove such words as famine and great hunger. Also time to hold the British accountable for their genocide and war crimes against the Irish Race.
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