Aryan Skynet


My ancestry is chiefly English, but that does nothing to change the sympathy I increasingly feel for the Irish, whose country was occupied for centuries by British forces working for capitalist interests. Christopher Fogarty is the world’s foremost authority on the “Irish Potato Famine” – actually a genocidal project of intentional starvation perpetrated against the fair island people between 1845 and 1852 – and explores its significance in an engaging discussion with the impressively knowledgeable Tim Kelly, host of the always worthwhile podcast Our Interesting Times. Excepting some misrepresentation of Hitler, Fogarty makes a compelling case for revising our understanding of what we must honestly term the Irish Holocaust.

Rainer Chlodwig von K.

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