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Having read the history, I agree with Bertie claim that The Church of Ireland, the Anglicans, the religion of the Crown of England has a very evil history in Ireland.
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"Literally the very last people who can point fingers are the Crown church slave traders

That Anglo church oversaw the forced slavery of the Irish people and many other lands it helped invade and steal from.
The Anglicans were behind the forced slavery of hundreds of thousands of Irish children and many times more Irish adults to work as colonial slaves in their empire."

When the Church of Ireland Anglican Bishops lived like petty kings in Ireland, many living in palaces on estate lands. They forced tithes and taxes on the native Irish and impoverished the natives. It was Anglican Crown abuses that created systemic abuse systems in Ireland.
The British Crown invented the Magdalene laundries, the workhouses where millions died, worked to death.

The Church of Ireland Bishop's Palace in St Canice's Kilkenny paid for by imposed tithes on the native Irish

Studying more about the Church of Ireland, the Anglicans and their history around the world, reveals much more evil and cruel terrorist like history of this supposed Christian religion.
Church of Ireland, the Anglicans the religion of the English Crown were the main force behind the Human Slave trade

The Church of Ireland Anglicans were main slave traders.
The Anglican Crown religion was the main slave trader to North America and the West Indies. The British crown has a really evil and cruel past. Worse than any mafia we know of in recent history.

Head of the Church of England and incumbent Archbishop of Canterbury, Charles Manners-Sutton and his role as head of the ‘Society for the Propagation of the Gospel to Foreign Parts’, which owned hundreds of African slaves, which it put to work in the Church of England’s plantations. The slaves belonging to the Church of England were easy to identify, they had the word ‘society’ branded into their backs with red hot irons.
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When the supposed emancipation of the slaves arrived in 1833, the next Archbishop of Canterbury for the Church of England, William Howley, received £8,823, 8s. 9d from the tax payer’s purse in compensation to the Church of England for the loss of its stock, being the surviving 411 slaves it still owned.

Irish QuotationRev Simon Bessant, from Pleckgate, Blackburn, described the Anglican Church's involvement in the human slave trade, saying, "We were at the heart of it."
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Irish QuotationOne of the ironies of the 1833 Slavery Abolition Act was that, it was slave owners, not the slaves, who were compensated at the emancipation of slaves. The Anglican Church received 8,823 pounds sterling in compensation for its loss of over 400 slaves. The Bishop of Exeter, along with three of his colleagues received some 13,000 pounds in compensation for over 660 slaves
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Irish QuotationA widespread policy, in the days before the Slavery Abolition Act of 1833 on Barbados slave plantations, was that of deliberately working slaves to death. Church of Ireland Anglicans Crown Human Slave traders policy was informed by the fact that slaves were cheap and plentiful on the slave market, and slave-owners found it more economical to work a slave to death than invest in maintenance of the slave or incur medical bills on behalf of the slave.Irish Quotation
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Irish QuotationThe American historian Milton Meltzer says that the managers of Codrington generally rebranded slaves who had “already been branded once by the trader," with the word "society." This, according to Professor Woodville Marshall, emeritus professor of history at the University of the West Indies, was done to inform anyone who found any of them, in the event of an escape, "that these were slaves of the Lord." By 1740, thirty years after the Anglican Church took over the plantation, four out of every ten slaves acquired by the SPG died within three years. This estimate of mortality rate on Codrington plantation is higher than the average of 3 out of every 10 for the entire Island, and confirms the claims that the West Indian sugarcane plantation policy of working slaves to death also operated on the Codrington plantation.Irish Quotation

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