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Ireland, Sir William Petty, and British “Population Studies”: Ask the Irish About British “Population Theories”

by Paul Gallagher Printed in the American Almanac, January, 16, 1995 The worst evils against human dignity and national sovereignty cover themselves as “population policies” and “expert population studies.” Such “population studies,” by bodies like the U.S. National Security Council, … Continue reading

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Irish are ‘the forgotten white slaves’ claims expert

Ireland was the greatest victim of British slave trade he says The history of the African slave trade into the America’s is one that is well-documented as well as largely taught in American schools today. However, as John Martin of … Continue reading

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Deforestation and Genocide- British Controlled Policy-An Irish Case Study

Even the Irish Coalition Government, which is the poster child for the Troika, is giving in to pressure against the privatization they had “agreed” to for the selling off of timber harvesting rights in the semi state forested land in … Continue reading

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More suppressed Irish history comes to light – the man who made St Patrick’s Day

Luke Wadding, a Co. Waterford native born in October 1558, was a Franciscan priest ordained in 1607 and sent as chaplain to Rome in 1618. He soon began raising funds for an Irish college for clerical students to study for … Continue reading

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