Thursday, July 20, 2017

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A Concealment Of Genocide

Chris Fogarty asks:

Are Canadians; at least Globe and Mail readers, really defined by a vicious lie - a concealment of genocide?

"Folio: Irish famine; A tiny park to mark what defines us" (Globe and Mail; June 19, 2017, A8 and A9) perpetuates falsehood with dire implications for mankind. 

Consciences such as George Bernard Shaw (Man and Superman) denounced the "famine" label attached to Ireland's Holocaust* of 1845-1850. Our otherwise exemplary Marist Brother in Castlerea, Co. Roscommon was asked recently: "You now say 'genocide' why did you teach 'famine'?" - his tragic reply: "I had no choice; I had to teach the curriculum as provided by government."

Upon researching my grandfather's biography at Britain's National Archives I was shocked to find records showing that it took more than half of Britain's military to starve Ireland. Sixty-seven of its 130-regiment army, removed, at gunpoint, Ireland's abundant livestock and food crops to its ports for export, thus murdering approximately five million.

My book's fold-out map shows the locations of 180 Holocaust mass graves in Ireland; but we continue to document others. Exhibits C2 (1845 through 1850) show the dates that each named regiment entered and exited each Irish district during those six years. It records Lord Clarendon's 1847 statement: "But for the onerous duty of escorting of provisions (edibles) the army in Ireland would have little to do."

To put genocide permanently out-of-bounds as government policy we must cease encouraging mass murderers by concealing past and current ones.


*"Genocide" by historical precedence: The Cork Examiner newspaper (1847), Michael Davitt's published works (1847-1904); James Fitzgerald in his "The Causes of Irish Emigration..." (1911); Rev. Fr. Maguire of Sillers, Canada, upon the August 15, 1909 inauguration of the Grosse Ile monument; et al.


FYI: Knowing that newspaper editors do not open attachments I copy/paste here two small portions of my book.


(Extracted from my Ireland 1845-1852: the Perfect Holocaust, and Who Kept it ‘Perfect’.)



From Exhibit A2: Some Holocaust Mass Graves Other Than Those Shown On The Map:

Prov. of Ontario: Toronto: Many thousands died during 1845-50, especially in 1847, in a tent city behind St. Paul’s (83 Power St.), a basilica built by an earlier Irish generation close to the disembarkation point.

The dead were buried in trenches adjacent to their tents. Unmarked. Now covered by St. Paul Catholic School, parking lot & playground, also by a City of Toronto off-leash dog toilet named Orphans Greenspace.

It was reported (Toronto Star; August 5, 2011) that that burial ground is also covered by the Don Valley Parkway overpass and probably extends south to Adelaide Street.

A dog toilet? Is the Orange Order that strong in Toronto? Are the Irish there that weak? This is reminiscent of the tourist guide at Edinburgh Castle some twenty years ago who, while pointing out the chapel of some Scottish Queen/Saint (Margaret?) told us all with obvious relish, that that royal, being a Catholic, was buried in the animal cemetery with the royal dogs, cats, and a donkey.

Toronto: A “Protestant Irish Famine Mass Grave.” Marked. (Location?)

Also, please note:


The Contents of my Ireland 1845-1850: the Perfect Holocaust, and Who Kept it ‘Perfect’. 

Contents

How to Read this Book………………………………………………………………………………………1

Acknowledgments………………………………………………………………………………………………………3

Foreword…………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………9

Introduction……………………………………………………………………………………………………………11

Chapters


1) Pre-Holocaust Ireland……………………………………………………………15

2) Pre-Holocaust Presence of British Army Rank and File in Ireland …………………………75

3) The Holocaust…………………………………………………………………………………77

4) Resistance to the Food Removal……………………………………99

5) Roles of the Government, Churches, and News Media …………………………………….……101

6) Toll of the Holocaust……………………………………………………………105

7) The Aftermath: The Continued Coercion Acts, Land War, Boycott, the Continued Evictions….123

8) England Repatriates its Landlords……………………….…141

9) But the Rent Extractions Continue………………….………143

10) The Truth-Tellers……………………………………………………………….…145

11) The Cover-Up Artists who Kept the Holocaust “Perfect” ……………………………………152

12) “Speranza” vs. Sir William Wilde…………………….…….175

13) How to Refute the History Falsifiers. ……….…185

14) What We Must Do………………………………………………………………….……195

Exhibits (Presented in their legal sense, as evidence of the crime of genocide.)

A: My “Smoking Gun” Map……………………………………………………………..…………197

A2: Other Mass Graves; A3: Map of Lisnabinnia; A4: Photos of Memorial of Lisnabinnia Village and of its Mass Grave Marker; A5; Kathleen Flanagan Kerlin’s Affidavit; A6: Lisnabinnia’s Holocaust memorial consecration/inauguration.

B: Sample News Reports of Food Leaving Ireland and Arriving in England …………..……216

C: The Immediate Perpetrators of the Holocaust…………..220

C1: The British Army Regiments that Removed the Food; their Provenances; C1.a: The Deployment of the Irish-Named British Army Regiments During 1845-1850. C1.b: The British Army Regiments that did NOT Participate in the Food Removal. C2: The British Army Reg’ts that Removed Ireland’s Food; by District and Year; C3: The Landlords’ Militias; C3.a: Record of a Typical County Disembodied (Reserve) Militia Regiment. C3.b: The Disembodied (Reserve) Militia Regiments of Ireland in 1845-1850. C4: The Constabulary; its Role. C4.a: Revenue Police; C4.b: Castle Police; C5: Locations of British Coast Guard Stations on Ireland’s Coasts; C6: Total Number of British Armed Enforcers of the Food Removal. C7: Deployments of the 68th of Foot During the Food Removal; C8: Typical Cess Seizures by Army Reg’ts; C9: Typical Cess Seizures by Constabulary.

D: Table of Non-Potato Crop Processors Extant…………………273

Prior to the Holocaust; by County. D1: Maps of Donegal and Sligo Showing Sequence of Ordnance Survey Sheets; D2: Details of Exhibit D, by Numerical Sequence of Sheets

E: The Landlords' Names …………………………………………………………………………306

(for space considerations, named from A through D only). Note their Non-Irish names, titles, clubs, addresses, etc. E2: Summary of Acreages of Landlords of 3,000 Acres or More, by county (1882). E3: Acreage owned by British Peers in each county. E4: List of Ireland’s 3000+-Acre Landlords from E through Z (in 1882) Who Were Also Members of Britain’s House of Commons or Had Access to the House of Lords via Their Titles (and could thus legislate in their own interests). E5: Lord Ashbrook; Evictor of my Paternal Great-Grandfather and Family. E6: Lord Ashbrook’s Arley Hall & the current Lord and Lady. E7; Some Other Landlords, E8; The Hawkins Family Crest.

F: Coercion Acts from 1800 to 1887. …………………………………………338

G: Pope Leo XIII on Boycotting. ……………………………………………………340

H. British Rule in Occupied Ireland. ………………………………………344

Glossary …………………………………………………………………………………………345

End Notes ………………………………………351

Bibliography…………………………………………………………………………………………365

Index……………………………………………………………………………………………388

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