The Theory and The Truth

The title says it all, and not only is the critical race theory – nonsense, but a theory in the broadest sense, is nothing more than a GUESS. that they attempt to explain drivelled garbage, and use that rubbish to elevate, or place themselves into a superior position within communities, schools, colleges, and anywhere else they can think of, is bad enough. But as we’ve seen for quite some time, these CRT gangs can riot, destroy property, and do whatever they like because they see themselves as your superior, and if you criticise them, they will call you a racist and a host of other names they keep on little pieces of paper in their pocket, because they lack what people with cultural traditions and Christian beliefs have; an old-scholl education, knowledge, fact, and a cultural history ot truth.

That these eejits have been empowered by politicians who enable new laws to protect their fantasy bullshit, only encourages these scumbags, because that’s what they are; to more acts of violence, more demands, and if they don’t get it, then of course, the law can be changed to facilitate them further. But, let’s get on with the nitty gritty.

The CRT gangs are connected to ‘racist black groups’ and it doesn’t matter what name they use, they are racist, and they believe they are superior to you and me, and whether that’s because I’m white, or tan in the summer, doesn’t matter because these creeps think that only black lives matter. However, I do agree with the fact, that black lives do matter, but so do white lives, and I for one am not apologising to anyone for my skin colour, or for things I had no part in that were racism, because racism is not about colour,it never was.

In fact, these CRT creeps are in need of an education in things like oppression and racism, and as an Irishman, I can tell them – that we – the Irish people, were the first slaves, brought to places like Jamaica, and St Kitts, not the African people, who arrived second. The British, you see, they were our slave-masters first, but when they began sifting through Africa; they had this idea for creating more slaves; Ones that would fetch more money in places like America, so they ‘mated’ the white Irish with the black African, in order to create a person that was a different colour, and those new ‘mulatto-slaves’ fetched a higher price enabling the settlers to save money rather than purchase new slaves.

You see, we Irish know the truth of slavery, of oppression, of shackles and jails, and being treated like animals. Our history is full of those stories because we were seen as white negroes, and something below the shoes of the British government, not the ordinary English people, because Lord knows they have suffered too under those same cruel overlords – who saw, and still see themselves as superior to the commoners.

The facts are, that thousands of men, women, and children were transported on tall British ships bound for the Americas, and while most were Irish, there were also English, Scottish, and Welsh, on those ships.The British you see, hated anyone who rebelled, and whoever rebelled, or even disobeyed an order, were punished in the harshest ways, and of course we Irish have always been a rebellious people in our fights for freedom.

How many people actually know that the Irish were slaves on their own island, and slave owners could basically do what they wanted with their property. like hang them by their hands and set their feet on fire as punishment for just looking at someone the wrong way. And it wouldn’t be the first time that a poor white-working class-English boy, was burned alive and had his head placed on the gate of the local marketplace as a warning to others, and it was the same in Scotland and Wales.

But history is written by tyrants, the real oppressors, and when I was a kid in St Comgall’s school in Divis Street, Belfast, I was educated in how bad those English tyrants were with African slavery. There were also stories on India, the Bangladesh massacre, on Cyprus, and Aden.

In fact, the Irish slave trade began when James II sold 30,000 Irish prisoners as slaves to the New World, and his Proclamation of 1625 required that Irish political prisoners be sent overseas and sold to English settlers in the West Indies. By the mid 1600s, the Irish were the main slaves sold to Antigua and Montserrat. At that time, approximately 69% of the total population of Montserrat were Irish slaves, because Ireland, not Africa, was the biggest source of human livestock for English merchants. Therefore the majority of the early slaves to the New World were actually white, and most of them were Irish.

From 1641 to 1652, over half a million Irish people were killed by the English, and another 300,000, sold as slaves, and saw Irelands population fall from around 1,500,000 people, to 550,000 within 10 years, as families were ripped apart. The British, you see, didn’t allow Irish fathers to take their wives and children with them, which led to a helpless population of homeless women and children, and the British solution? Well, they decided to auction of those deemed as sellable. Again, I’d like to reiterate, that these things occurred in Scotland, Wales, and England.

During the 1650s, over 100,000 Irish children between the ages of 9 and 15, were taken from their parents and sold as slaves in the West Indies and New England. That decade alone saw 52,000 Irish women and children, sold in Barbados and Virginia. Another 30,000 Irish men and women followed, and in 1656, Cromwell ordered 2000 Irish children, sent to Jamaica, to be sold as slaves to English settlers there.

Today, there are little egghead people who refer to those Irish slaves, as servants, you might even see the term ‘indentured servants’ used, but Irish slaves were nothing more than human cattle, and around that time was the beginning of the African slave trade, and while some would believe that the African slaves were treated better than their Irish counterparts, I disagree, because to the british, a slave was a slave irrespective of skin colour. In fact, African slaves were 10 times more expensive during the late 1600s than Irish slaves, and if a planter beat an Irish slave to death, it was nothing more than a monetary setback, something seen as cheaper than killing a more expensive African.

Regarding the practice of interbreeding Irish females with African men; that went on for several decades and became so widespread, that in 1681, legislation was passed forbidding the practice of mating Irish slave women to African slave men for the purpose of producing slaves for sale. Prohibited, because it interfered with the profits of a large slave transport company.

The British continued to ship tens of thousands of Irish, English, Scottish, and Welsh slaves for more than a century, and there are records of thousands more sold to both America and Australia after the 1798 Irish Rebellion, not something you’d hear in Australia at an indigenous information day – who tend to ignore the ‘stolen generation’ of other slave countries, and not just the kids. As a matter of fact I raised this in Australia many moons ago, but that’s another story, one that will wait for another day.

There’s no doubt that there were horrible abuses inflicted upon both African and United Kingdom captives, all of them experiencing the same horrors of slavery, and those brown, tanned faces, you see in places like Jamaica, St Kitts, and Barbados, what’s the chance they are a combination of Irish/UK, and African slave history?

So, to those who promote and use the nonsensical CRT bullshit – you haven’t the foggiest – go and learn the real history of slavery…

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