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Useful clips on multiple themes from Kevin Annett's TV Election Interview, Toronto, September 2019 https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLYEnChrKOgm7aRDzbo6yfswzCEdMl2P8e

Kevin Annett - film maker and author of more than ten books - is the Canadian whistle blower who first exposed genocide by Church and State in his country's "Indian residential schools". His 2006 film UNREPENTANT about specific examples as told by indigenous Canadians was **Winner: Best International Documentary at the 2006 Los Angeles Independent Film Festival.

Kevin has been nominated for the Nobel Peace Prize. His books include Murder by Decree - The Crime of Genocide in Canada and Establishing the Reign of Natural Liberty: A Common Law Training Manual.

The recent sixteen key clips of this Candid Interview with Kevin are - The Murder of Vicky Stewart by the United Church of Canada - Aboriginal Collaboration with the Canadian Genocide - Canada's Truth and Reconciliation Commission Fiasco - The Mass Grave at the Anglican Mohawk School: Its Uncovering and Subsequent Coverup

- The Canadian Election and Non-Cooperation with a Genocidal Regime - Kevin Annett's Republican Campaign: Why the Crown has No Jurisdiction or Authority in Canada - The "Reconciliation" Illusion: How Language Enslaves and Fools Us - Censorship of Genocide at the University of BC: Kevin Annett's experience - The Black-Ops Smear Campaign against Kevin Annett: Standing by our Truth and The Truth

- 'How do you Endure?' Kevin Annett on Surviving as a Truth Teller - Building the Republic of Kanata: How and Why - The Basis of our Self-Governance: A History - The Meaning of Kanata - Prime Minister Trudeau challenged to public debate by Kevin Annett prior to War Crimes Tribunal - Overturning Canada: Kevin Annett announces his Republican candidacy in federal election.

See http://murderbydecree.com/

Tags: Genocide, Canada, Indian Residential Schools, Black Ops, Cover Up, Truth & Reconciliation Fiasco, Mass Grave, Non-Cooperation, Jurisdiction, Authority, Truth, Republic of Kanata, Self-Governance, Prime Minister Trudeau, War Crimes Tribunal