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ollaimh harper government again protects crimes (6) harper government again protects crimes 17 Dec 13

once again the harper neo con-men are using the courts to withhold the documents of crimes against humanity committed in native residential schools. st anne's school on james bay was one of the worst of the death camps run by the Canadian government, with full knowledge and complicity of many Canadians and all indian affiars people. children were raped, tortured(they had a home made electric chair to discipline children) made to eat their own days old vomit. there have been criminal convictions and the harper neo con men are again trying to stop the release of the documents.

people are presently going to court to try and get blanket release.

all residential school documents should be released to the public.

all these perverts and deranged racists who ran these schools should be criminally charged for child endangerment at the least.

the denial of the genocide goes one.

I saw a recent united nations lawyer argue it was not genocide but crimes against humanity and the racist neo con men of our harper government called that a victory it wasn't genocide, ignoring , when asked, that it was crimes against humanity--even by the narrowest legalistic definition.

what is really disgusting is that there is no national outcry for all residential schools documents to be released. equally disgusting are the rascist attack dogs on mudcat who show up for denial denuial denial on any native rights issue that is raised.we just had a royal commission on truth and reconciliation and the chair of the commission has to sue the federal government to release documents, and he won but so far no documents

some truth, no reconcilliation

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