Black & Irish Yungins 4 Sale

DAZ|Studio Historical posted on Sep 10, 2014
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This is a portrait of FACT in our history before ALL the American slaves became Black & Indian. And only because the Irish, Indians and Black were raiding various plantations killing their masters. That's when the English came up with an excellent plan, they decided to FORGIVE the Irish for being what they considered of lower being, class and intellect. They tricked SOME - into coming over on their side, turning against the black, Indian and others to become overseers that would WATCH the other slaves and thus, root out the attacks and put an end to uprisings. However... those FEW Irish that turned on their fellow slaves, had forgotten how many of their race had died under despicable and nightmarish circumstances. The FIRST to be sent over by the English, were children, some JUST out of toddler age. They were used for ALL kinds of things, I'll let your imagination imagine what. Many, over 30,000 died within the first year - some never made it across the ocean. YES, they too - like many black slaves, became Shark feed. Then, after emptying the orphanages and slums, they went for the Irish adults, emptying the goals, and Ireland of over 600,000 Irish - into Virgina, Maryland and Barbados plantations where they came to be called Redlegs, Backra Johnny, Redshanks. Once more, many many died, others escaped, and a few became traitors to the others. Working on Saoirse right now... to tell their story and why there are sooo many black Americans with Irish in their blood!

Comments (8)


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Gisela 6:47PM | Wed, 10 September 2014

Excellent but sad render..

MKeyes 6:50PM | Wed, 10 September 2014

Yes, very sad - but true.

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sylki 6:59PM | Wed, 10 September 2014

Humans have a lot to answer for, mostly in the name of greed..Shocking and disgraceful! Superb render filled with pathos!

MKeyes 7:00PM | Wed, 10 September 2014

Yes they do sweet - and you said it, all about GREED and then, POWER. Horrible!

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magnus073 7:52PM | Wed, 10 September 2014

This really was a powerful and moving presentation you put together. I am so glad you decided to tell their story.

MKeyes 7:55PM | Wed, 10 September 2014

Thank you my friend, I can no longer resist, been sitting on this story for over 4 years now, it's time that it be told. Cheers sweet!

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ToniDunlap 8:42PM | Wed, 10 September 2014

Zooming In is a must to truly enjoy this fine image. Yeah the history is really something. Sad but true. Amazing still to me how any of that ugly thing ever came about. I'll never get it through my head. You've done a fabulous job with this picture and the stories you will tell concerning this subject, I look forward very much to reading. Applause for fine fine work Sis!

MKeyes 11:04PM | Wed, 10 September 2014

Thank you my honey! I can't wait to get into the deep meat of the tale.

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rhol_figament 8:58PM | Wed, 10 September 2014

Great rendition of a painful time.

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mininessie 3:29AM | Thu, 11 September 2014

How sad the human history is! :(

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doarte 9:05AM | Thu, 11 September 2014

A most tragic time in American History...Thanks for sharing, will be looking for the tale to continue. A most incredible image!

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supercope 11:37PM | Fri, 12 September 2014

A very moving image.

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