Monday, October 15, 2012

PRESS TV Terrance Nelson: Canada has ethnic cleansing on its agenda




Also see breaking news from Press TV:
Harper furious over Iran trip

A top aboriginal leader says the government of Prime Minister Stephen Harper has launched a smear campaign against the Iranian nation and discourages Canadians from visiting Iran


“For us as indigenous people from the Canadian side, for us to be in Tehran, we were absolutely set upon, we were told ‘no, don’t go to Tehran’. But we were pretty clear that the dehumanization, the demonization of the Iranian people has been one of the facts of Western media and we understand that because we too have also met with the crusader,” Terry Nelson, the top Chief of Canada Aboriginals-- also known as First Nations said in an interview with Press TV on Sunday.
http://presstv.com/detail/2012/10/15/266854/canada-told-aboriginals-not-to-visit-iran/


Terrance Nelson’s statements on Censored News

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First Nation Terrance Nelson’s statement from Iran


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Press TV video interviews with Terrance Nelson

Press TV: Terrance Nelson ‘Canada has ethnic cleansing on its agenda’

Harper furious over Iran trip

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