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Why do many Irishmen have harsh feelings about the English?


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Answered 2011-09-14 00:26:34

100s of years of history, oppression, discrimination etc.



because they invaded our country and tried to prevent us from living.

it was actually 800 hundred years and the reason irishmen have such harsh feeling because

they wernt aloud speak they own native language. people were tortured because they wouldn say ther name in English . Ireland was not aloud its own Parliament the list goes on and on and on and on and on they have a perfectly good reason but not even close to all irishmen hating England that is un-true many irishmen like England and support English football clubs and like English girl accents

-- Irish man


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