Glimpses into Canada's Holocaust. Excerpts from a recent interview with Kevin Annett

A Kevin Annett Interview
Glimpses into Canada's Holocaust. Excerpts from a recent interview with Kevin Annett
Summary: 
Glimpses into Canada's Holocaust: Share and post these excerpts from a recent interview with Kevin Annett
1. The Murder of Vicky Stewart by the United Church of Canada
https://youtu.be/8bMXzaUa59k , 1:00
Kevin describes the murder of a young girl at the United Church's Edmonton Indian residential school, and its subsequent coverup: a common tale across Canada, where church and state killed off more than 60,000 children between 1891 and 1996. 
 

2. Black Ops, Threats and Cover Up of Genocide in Canada: One Man's Experience
https://youtu.be/CRCmWymRtu8 , 2:12
Kevin recounts threats made against him by the RCMP and examines the culture of lies and holocaust-denial that is rampant across Canada: the land of 'Guilt Free Genocide'. 

 
3. Aboriginal Collaboration with the Canadian Genocide
https://youtu.be/iSl4LZnVReI , 5:28
Kevin describes from direct experience the neo-colonial arrangement in Canada whereby cultivated native elites work with church and state to conceal and continue domestic genocide. 
 
 
4. Canada's Truth and Reconciliation Commission Fiasco
https://youtu.be/OB5THEAuxnY , 0:45
A brief description of how the TRC was a stage-managed coverup arranged by the guilty churches and government. 
 

5. The Mass Grave at the Anglican Mohawk School: Its Uncovering and Subsequent Coverup
https://youtu.be/-c-dib4raGc , 3:22

Kevin describes his firsthand experience in 2011 - 2012 of working with elders of the Grand River Mohawk nation in Brantford, Ontario in opening a mass grave of children at the former Anglican Church school - and how the project was shut down by church, state and compliant Indian band officials. For a full report of the dig see:  http://murderbydecree.com/mass-graves-of-children-in-canada-documented-evidence-2/

 
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