For many centuries, Ireland was a conquered province of England and the Irish felt themselves treated as second class in their own country. After the Potato Famine, to which most English were indifferent, Irish hate for the English became stronger.
No they don't. Irish people and Scottish people get on very well.
We don't. We hate what was done in the past.
because the English are schmucks,forcing their will and brutality on most of the world
No, Some Scots who are jealous of the Irish, like myself come across at borderline hate sometimes but for the most part no.
As a Samoan, I do not hate Tongans. We all have our likes and dislikes in each other, but we don't "hate" each other, and when I say "each other", I mean Samoan to Samoan, Samon to Tongan, Samoan to palagi, Tongan to Tongan, English to English, and so forth. "Hate" is a strong ugly word. We are all children of God, and the less hate in the world, the better chance of us all getting along in a peaceful world. God bless Tongans, Samoans and all other ethnic groups.
They don't hate each other.
they don't hate each other.
no they don't hate each other
that all Irish people hate all English people.
Yes, they are hate each other.
The boys hate each other
If they don't get along they will hate each other.