Black Irish in History – by Shawn and others

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— “There is one book, written in the Irish language and translated into English in 1902(it really is like looking for a needle in a haystack)called HISTORY OF IRELAND ,written in 1634, by Geoffrey Keating, and on page 179 it says that” navigators of the race of Cham, who came fron Africa, they came fleeing to the islands to the west of Europe and to make a settlement for themselves.”

–“The first history of Ireland was written around 1600 by an Irish monk, and it talks about the origanal Irish as being from Africa.”

— “When the early Irish came to the America’s many were enslaved, not on the basis that it was believed their Catholic Religion was a pagan religion, but their features also confused English plantation owners. The thick curly hair and full lips made many state that they were white on the outside and black on the inside. They were considered the niggers of Europe.”

— “My DNA is some of the oldest on the island.

I am an Irish citizen. And my roots are from Africa.

As far as others of Irish ancestry, most are from Norman or Scandanavian groups, or Germanic, such as the Celts.

The African group is more common in the west of Ireland, but rarer in the east and north.”

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5 thoughts on “Black Irish in History – by Shawn and others”

  1. you are from another planet mister, their were never Irish american slaves, you must be mistaken Republic of Ireland for UK northern Ireland or African America like some evil i know

  2. Repeat no Irish black slave in Republic Of Ireland, whatever about Northern Ireland as I have All History Encyclopaedia Books Going Back from 1800’s, you have got Ireland mixed up with uk, my books are very rare,

  3. Ms. Cahull are you disputing this individual’s DNA? I’m just curious as to what your rare editions say about people’s DNA.

  4. From the rebellion of Ó Dochartaigh in 1608 until the 1670’s most slaves the english owned were Irish. These slaves were sent from Ireland to Barbados, Jamaica, and Virginia. Until the early 1900’s some Black people in the Caribbean still spoke Irish. The Celts came from Scythia through North Africa to Ireland. The Punic language of Carthage which is known only from Roman plays is similar to Old Irish.

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