In America people do not usualy refer to Irish as americans as Irish but simply Irish. I am half Irish. I do not claim that I am genetically or culturally completely Irish as I am culturally American and my mom's side is hungarian. Also, people need to realize how badly Irish were discriminated against. We were economically raped and had lives worse than the african-americans and latinos did at the time we came here. The reason people don't recognize this is because the Irish are considered white now and no one could possibly imagine that a group of white people were basicallly enslaved. If you don't believe me do some heavy reseacrh on it Being oppressed is not something to be proud of by the way. Being oppressed then digging yourself out of it when other groups of people still have not is something to be proud of. And by the way irish men, and unfortunately women are beasts, usually.
I live in America and am half Irish in background. I am aware the Irish were oppressed and am proud we conquered the oppression.
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