Canadian aboriginal leader Terry Nelson has strongly criticized the government of Prime Minister Stephen Harper for its gross human rights violations against the native community, Press TV reports.
“Canadian aboriginal leader Terry Nelson is currently in Tehran to seek help in exposing Ottawa’s exploitation and abuse of aboriginal communities.
Nelson has repeatedly asked the Iranian government for help in bringing attention to the issue of Canada’s missing and murdered aboriginal women.
This comes as the UN has strongly condemned Canada’s record on children’s rights, and accused Ottawa of systematic discrimination against aborigines and immigrants.” (1)
Press TV has interviewed former Manitoba First Nation Chief, Terry Nelson, to further discuss the issue.
Aboriginal leader blasts Canada for human rights violations
“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.” (2)
Analysis: Canada rights abusePressTVGlobalNews – Oct 14, 2012
Approximate transcript of the interview with Nelson HERE
According to reports, Canada has forced thousands of aboriginal children into ghastly boarding schools where they have been abused sexually, psychologically, and physically. (3)
– Independent journalist Alfred Webre interviews Rev. Kevin Annett. –
UN, Iran highlight Harper government coverup of genocide of Canada’sExopoliticsTV – October 20, 2012
Rev. Kevin Annett:
“Canada’s Prime Minister Stephen Harper
must be charged with Crimes against Humanity” – October 18, 2012 (Read transcript HERE)
Hidden from history…The Canadian Genocide – May 14, 2010
Kevin Annett: Canada, UK Queen, Vatican coverup genocide of First NationsExopoliticsTV – March 1, 2012
- Best International Documentary at the 2006 Los Angeles Independent Film Festival.
- Best Director for an International Documentary at the 2006 New York International Film Festival.
EXCERPT: “…This documentary reveals Canada’s darkest secret – the deliberate extermination of indigenous (Native American) peoples and the theft of their land under the guise of religion. This never before told history as seen through the eyes of this former minister (Kevin Annett) who blew the whistle on his own church, after he learned of thousands of murders in its Indian Residential Schools…”
UNREPENTANT: KEVIN ANNETT AND CANADA’S (NATIVE PEOPLES) GENOCIDE – April 17, 2011
“Thirty two officials of church and state were issued official Public Summonses by our Prosecutor’s Office on September 21, 2012 to respond to charges made against them. They were given ten working days to reply, and that period of time has now elapsed.”
- Urgent Update and Notice from The International Common Law Court of Justice, by itccs, posted on October 10, 2012
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