The Irish Slave Trade...so all you bitches constantly whining about how hard you ancestors had it...shut the f*ck up...we Irish had it as bad as anyone and most people are completely unaware of it...we were also starved out of our country by those English pieces of shit..

The Irish Slave Trade...so all you bitches constantly whining about how hard you ancestors had it...shut the f*ck up...we Irish had it as bad as anyone and most people are completely unaware of it...we were also starved out of our country by those English pieces of shit..

KNOW YOUR HISTORY: Memorial Day was started by former slaves on May, 1, 1865 in Charleston, SC to honor 257 dead Union Soldiers who had been buried in a mass grave in a Confederate prison camp. They dug up the bodies and worked for 2 weeks to give them a proper burial as gratitude for fighting for their freedom. They then held a parade of 10,000 people led by 2,800 Black children where they marched, sang and celebrated.  Thanks to Abstrakt Goldsmith.

KNOW YOUR HISTORY: Memorial Day was started by former slaves on May, 1, 1865 in Charleston, SC to honor 257 dead Union Soldiers who had been buried in a mass grave in a Confederate prison camp. They dug up the bodies and worked for 2 weeks to give them a proper burial as gratitude for fighting for their freedom. They then held a parade of 10,000 people led by 2,800 Black children where they marched, sang and celebrated. Thanks to Abstrakt Goldsmith.

Hmmm. . . And yet, there were those boys from Liverpool -- those Irish-born-in-England-boys from Liverpool. . .

Hmmm. . . And yet, there were those boys from Liverpool -- those Irish-born-in-England-boys from Liverpool. . .

African Americans on a plantation owned by J.J. Smith in Beaufort, South Carolina, 1862. Photo by T.H. O'Sullivan. Public domain.

African Americans on a plantation owned by J.J. Smith in Beaufort, South Carolina, 1862. Photo by T.H. O'Sullivan. Public domain.

100,000 Irish children sold for slavery during 1650s | Irish Examiner

100,000 Irish children sold for slavery during 1650s | Irish Examiner

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