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GUEST,cobra Folklore/History: Irish Famine (641* d) RE: Folklore/History: Irish Famine 28 Aug 13

Still in denial then Keith.

*so tell me/ where have I made false statements/ I am merely reporting what others have said/ I do not profess to know, I simply report (read Google) what experts in their fields have said/ I am not a "combatant", I am a seeker-after-truth.... my truth, fair enough*

Just go and infect some other board with your ill-thought out poisoned rhetoric. You have no place in discussions where a modicum of intellectual rigour is required. You are a racist and intellectually deficient Google-warrior with a pathetic antipathy to anyone/ anything which challenges your view of Glorious Albion.

You are, in reality, a sad-sack racist and troll. You bring NO value to any thread you post on, you are a Google warrior of the worst kind, no original views, no cogent contributions - always some "expert" you quote and profess not to understand ( "Don't blame me Jim, I am only repeating what others, more knowledgable have said"). Yeah, right, you are in reality a pig ignorant thick little Englander, you have only ever spent a weekend in Northern Ireland yet you claim to have well-researched primary experience, you are a troll of the worst kind.

Racist, opinionated and without any original input whatsoever and devoid of any analysis which has not been Googled.

Just do one.

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