'An tOcras Mór' The Great Hunger.



This website has been created to educate people on the TRUTH

Posted by SWIFTY on May 16, 2010 at 10:50 AM

While we understand and fully respect that other nations, races and religions have suffered persecution and genocide,

we ask you to respect the content of this website and NOT post articles about other countries.


This website is open to anyone who would like to join and support the mission of TRUTH and education of the horrific events in Ireland 1845 to 1850.


Please refrain from cursing, swearing or any foul language when posting on the website.


All negative or argumentative posts will be removed.



We'd also like to reiterate that news or information must and should be accompanied by links to those for verification purposes by our members.

It is quite easy to throw headlines in here that cannot be verified and can be prejudicial to forming wrong ideas.


This website is not a battleground, it’s a place where Christians, Muslims, Jews and any other faith share information, denounce falsehoods, and contribute to the de-censoring of facts.


There are various members of several faiths in this website, so please let’s keep it thoughtful, mature, and most important: respectful.


 If any of you're own personal  material has being posted on this site and has not being credited to you , please contact me regarding this issue , i will credit it to you or remove it if that is you're wish .

Also if you post any material of you're own and do not want it reposted by the Admins onto our sister facebook group then please state this on your post . NO Admins will copy it , but we cannot vouch for anyone else

Thank you all for you're wonderful support






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Reply Seán Mac Eachaidh ( Seán McAughey )
12:01 PM on May 2, 2010 
This is a welcoming and most positive step in the right direction.
12:07 PM on May 2, 2010 
Seán Mac Eachaidh ( Seán McAughey ) says...
This is a welcoming and most positive step in the right direction.

yes it is Seán , im well pleased with this , its not before time it has happened
Reply Sandy T.
4:23 PM on May 2, 2010 
Much needed, and most welcomed....as i had told Kevin earlier today, "The dead cannot speak for themselves." It is up to us to be their voice.
Reply Sandy T.
10:36 AM on May 3, 2010 
Swifty...looks great! Thank you for the privilege I am honored. !
10:46 AM on May 3, 2010 
Sandy T. says...
Swifty...looks great! Thank you for the privilege I am honored. !

Ah thank you for the work
Reply Damien Kerr
2:40 PM on October 12, 2010 
I wish to correspond with Sandy.T, My efforts to date have had no response. Please advise.

Reply franreilley
12:59 AM on April 8, 2011 
hello to everyone , i'm originally from dublin and now live in boston , i'm still amazed at the question " why didnt they eat fish during the famine " , i get this about 4 times a year , the level of ignorance in america concerning the irish crop failure is astounding when you consider the fact that the social and political landscape changed as a direct result of it , i've actually been asked about the 1916 famine on more than 1 occasion , stay well all , talk again , fran,
Reply English_poor_and_proud
8:29 AM on April 27, 2011 
All very laudible but are you serious - "holocaust"? get over yourselves and stop wollowing in self-pity. You ought to read Mayhew's London - life was awful for all the poor and working classes at the time. Same story across England, America, Europe, the Colonies. The 17th, 18th & 19th centuries were basically about class, wealth and power - those at the bottom had it bad everywhere.
Reply Christine
1:14 AM on May 1, 2012 
Hello Swifty, and thanks for your Spin for Truth on the Irish Famine?Genocide. I would like to suggest thst you change the title to "1845/50 was not JUST a Famine". The Irish calls these years An Gorta Mor, so the emphasis was on Hunger and Starvation---That is the reason so many of us starved to death or (tried) to emigrate. I believe keeping the reference to The Great Hunger/Famine is a crucial part of telling the whole Truth. Thank you, Christine