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Indigenous Peoples and Human Rights

Friday, July 16, 2021

Mohawk Nation News 'Residential School Mass Murders in Canada'

 

RESIDENTIAL SCHOOL MASS MURDERS IN CANADA Audio

 Mohawk Nation News

https://mohawknationnews.com/blog/2021/07/16/residential-school-mass-murders-in-canada-audio/

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WATCH THIS FILM “ST. ANNE’S INDIAN RESIDENTIAL SCHOOL: FORT ALBANY, BRUTAL & NOTORIOUS, GOVERNMENT & CHURCH RUN” [James Bay Ontario].  THEN READ THE COMMENTS: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QcgLDvR32p0

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ST, ANNE’S RESIDENTIAL SCHOOL, FORT ALBANY ONT.

Canada. This is your legacy. Churches in native communities are burning.  “Almost everything we call ‘higher culture’ is based on the spiritualization of cruelty, on it’s becoming more profound”, said Nietzsche.

The film is based on information from those still alive about their horror. The children were made to harm each other. Guilt of the children on top of the horror they lived. The church hierarchy, politicians, priests, nuns and staff threatened that the devil will kill them if they did not allow the rape or told anyone about the torture. Three boys ran away, were caught, brought back and beaten to death to scare the other children. We survivors have to free our children.


New Mexico: Reckless U.S. Government's Nuclear Industry Left Trail of Cancer for Navajos and Hispanics


Shattered remains

The fight to right the injustices of Trinity

Hidden Genocide -- Genocide in Canada is now confirmed with the location of widespread hidden graves of children who were kidnapped and incarcerated in residential schools. Survivors describe the murder of children.
In the U.S., the widespread deaths resulting from the U.S. government's reckless nuclear industry is genocide often hidden from history.
Nuclear energy left a trail of cancer deaths with the detonation of the first atomic bomb at Trinity in south-central New Mexico. The largest radioactive spill was at Church Rock, New Mexico, leaving a trail of death for Dine' (Navajos.) This radiation now flows west in the Rio Puerco wash toward Flagstaff, Arizona.
The targeting of Native communities went further in New Mexico and Arizona, as Navajo and Pueblo were sent to their deaths in the uranium mines without protective clothing. The radioactive dust covered their food, and the grass for livestock; miners brought the death dust home to their families on their clothing.
This reckless genocide was repeated at uranium mines in Native communities in Cove and elsewhere on the Navajo Nation, in Acoma and Laguna Pueblos, and throughout the west.
As far away as Canada, uranium mining left behind a trail of cancer deaths for Dene.
The recklessness of the U.S. government left behind a trail of cancer for Western Shoshone in Nevada from atomic bomb detonations. The U.S. continues this nuclear recklessness by pursuing Yucca Mountain for nuclear waste dumping. There is no safe way to store nuclear waste.
John Redhouse, Dine', was among the first Dine' to rise up in the defense of land and water rights in modern times.