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

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#901

Apr 12, 2016, 21:28

The truth should be heard by all,800 years of injustice to the Irish
people by the dirty hands of the British goverment!

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#902

Apr 13, 2016, 19:53

Because genocide is still going on around the world and is being ignored or covered up and I feel very strongly that we should not support Governments that continue to do this.

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#903

Apr 14, 2016, 18:50


This must be made know to the world. Because I know that it has touch these of Irish descent today this day. I know what it did to my Grandfather Patrick Young from Western Cork. These are still affecting us today. Especially the lose of the Irish Language.

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#904

Apr 14, 2016, 21:46

I feel it necessary to educate people with facts

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#905

Apr 15, 2016, 08:46

I have a great grand father who served in the American civil war, during my research I come across a lot that I did not know about what went on at that time then thing that I found changed my mind. It was because of the British Government at the time.
KEEP UP THE GOOD WORK.

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#906

Apr 15, 2016, 11:07

Pursuit of truth and special interest being 7th generation Irish convict descendant on desease ridden convict vessels in early 1800's to Australia

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#907

Apr 17, 2016, 15:34

It is time the whole truth came out. The famine is still being taught in schools as an 'accident', it wasn't, it was genocide.

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#908

Apr 26, 2016, 09:43

The Great Hunger

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#909

May 04, 2016, 17:01

Both me and my husband's people are from Ireland, we've read many books about the great hunger.

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#910

May 04, 2016, 17:11

because their never was a famine in ireland ,their was a potato blight , it was genocide ,when the ships left the limerick docks the water was coming over the side of the ships because they were so weighted down with livestock for mother england ,
across the rives the english soldiers were battering back the women and children trying to get into the work house ,fact not fiction ,these people some of them must have being my ancestors ,thats why i signed your petition ,famine my arse

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#911

May 04, 2016, 22:45

I believe that there was sufficient food in Ireland at the time It was an economic policy ---laissez-faire and our people died It was genocide ---an unforgivable act

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#912

May 05, 2016, 08:41

my ancestors came from Ireland and I would rather the whole true story was told.

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#913

May 06, 2016, 10:20

Because we were exporting the finest of beef,lamb,butter and grain, and the poor tenant farmers dying from hunger in rhe ditches.

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#914

May 10, 2016, 17:09

Because I am Irish. I turn 65 today and this is the first time I have heard about this part of history. Always thought it had to do with the potato famine.

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#915

May 12, 2016, 18:53

So the world can know the truth.

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#916

May 13, 2016, 14:13

Because of the lack of understanding in Britain I lived there for 40 years heard many jokes lampooning the Irish dead.

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#917

May 14, 2016, 01:14

It was a GENOCIDE. Boat loads of food left Ireland every day for england. My/Our Ancestors needed to be expunged as we always refused foreign rule & the english just wanted our most fertile island to award to their war heroes. Wars that resulted in subjugation of Peoples' from slavery of Africans to India.

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#918

May 27, 2016, 18:16

It's What I Believe

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#919

May 28, 2016, 20:11

When this time in history is described as a "famine", it makes me sick. This was genocide, without question. The DELIBERATE starvation of thousands upon thousands of people was so less than a holocaust! Stealing land, banishing them to certain death - not my definition of famine.

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#920

May 29, 2016, 18:04

Justice must be sought

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#921

Jun 04, 2016, 01:54

The truth needs to be admitted to and acknowledged

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#922

Jun 04, 2016, 06:18

It is very sad that a genocide of these proportions took place in our history, and is called misleadingly a famine, yet think how it is still happening today in regions of Africa, etc. Why.does not mankind wake up to the fact that we all are in the same boat here on earth and that we are all interconnected as equal people?

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#923

Jun 04, 2016, 16:21

It's the truth

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#924

Jul 03, 2016, 06:47

I signed so that the world will recognise what really happen in Ireland.I dont wish to have the genocide which happened here in Ireland,to be glossed over in history as a Famine.Or that there was a food shortage,food was being exported from Ireland under Military protection.

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#925

Jul 09, 2016, 22:57

I am 65 yrs old and even as a young girl I thought, Why Did They Do This To The Irish?! I did think of Hitler but just couldn't and did not want to even think about it. My eyes have been open now but it took courageous people as you are to print the history.
Sincerely, Ellen
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