Did the Crown of England Kill these Men?

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Johnny Bingo Dawson, led occupation of Anglican churches; Died from police beating, December 6, 2009

Ricky Lavallee
Ricky Lavallee, eyewitness to Bingo’s beating, Died suddenly from undisclosed cause, January 3, 2012

William Combes, eyewitness to abduction of children by Elizabeth Windsor aka “queen of England”, Killed in Vancouver General Hospital, February 26, 2011

All of these men were outspoken native activists and supporters of the International Tribunal into Crimes of Church and State. They all helped lead the occupation of Anglican and Catholic churches in Vancouver, and spoke out publicly of the complicity of the Crown of England with the genocide of Indian residential school children.

These men were murdered. Don’t let their deaths be in vain.

1. Boycott the Roman Catholic, Anglican and United Church of Canada for their crimes against humanity.
2. Support the banning of these churches from Squamish nation territory in Vancouver, and all other indigenous lands.
3. Help us Occupy these churches and abolish the authority of the “crown” over Canada.
4. Bring Elizabeth Windsor and Pope Joseph Ratzinger to trial.
5. Join our movement.

We are The ITCCS and The Friends and Relatives of the Disappeared (Vancouver branch)

In Memory of all the victims of Christian Canada, and the 50,000 Missing Children

Truth and Consequences in the Land of Nothing

Posted on April 15, 2012 by itccs

by Kevin Annett

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The united church delivers on its promise

I’ve been ignoring the orchestrated circus calling itself the Truth and Reconciliation Commission, but now that it’s meeting in my own backyard, I’ve been asked to comment.

Frankly, it’s all quite the déjà vu experience. The travesty going on this weekend in Victoria reminds me of a story told to me by one of the few survivors who hasn’t been gagged.

When the children weren’t being starved, raped and tortured to death, they were dressed in decent clothing every Sunday and paraded in front of a smiling and appreciative middle-class congregation at the local United Church. And there, to the happy amusement of the official Christians, the boys and girls of the Edmonton Indian Residential School would sing hymns of praise to Jesus.

After they had performed for the Christians, the children would return to the school, where half of them would die.

Those who did survive are still performing for us, because we still desperately need to smile on Indians and think good of ourselves. That’s really why we created the misnamed “Truth and Reconciliation Commission”: to reassure ourselves that we aren’t, in fact, murderers.

The Indians are singing a new tune to us these days, perhaps not a church hymn anymore, but one just as crafted and controlled by us. Those chosen survivors whose statements have been reviewed and officially approved by the state and church-funded TRC are presenting to us what we need to hear: a sanitized version of the unspeakable that will not disturb either our sleep or our legal liability.

The survivors will say many things, but none of it will ever be acted upon, or, heaven forbid, used as a way to bring to justice the churches responsible for killing more than 50,000 children. That’s not allowed. The head TRC official, another sanitized Indian named Murray Sinclair, has even called the whole thing “a big venting session and nothing more”.

Like in the days they sang in the church choir, the survivors will be doing all the performing. We will do the listening. That’s how the game has always worked. That’s how we learned how to conquer and enslave them: watch, and learn, and manipulate.

One of the few indigenous people left standing, a traditional Anishinabe man named Peter Yellow Quill, had the temerity to ask the TRC Commissioners in Winnipeg last June why none of the church officials would be testifying at the hearing.

“Shouldn’t the people who caused this holocaust be made to explain and be held accountable?” Peter asked.

He was told to sit down.

Peter still doesn’t get it, but I don’t blame him. He doesn’t understand who and what he’s dealing with yet. Neither do all the desperate brown men and women who will walk on razors and publicly undo themselves once more by recalling their torture in order to provide satisfaction to we who caused their suffering: the Mu Multh Nees.

That’s a west coast word from a nation long gone, and it means, “Those who are nothing”. It’s what the Nuu-chah-nulth people named the first Europeans they encountered.

I’ve pondered that word mu multh nee ever since it was first told to me in 1993 by a hereditary Nuu-chah-nulth chief in Port Alberni, where I began to learn of the mass graves of all the children behind the United Church residential school there.

Stirring his tea, the old man explained,

“Sometimes it means ‘the ghost people’, ‘cause that’s what you seemed like to my ancestors, spirits who were lost. But it really means, people who are Nothing.”

“Nothing?” I repeated, confused.

“Yeah” he said. “You appear to be real but you aren’t.”

Appearance, after all, is everything to us Nothings.

If we create an appearance of an investigation and call it a Truth and Reconciliation Commission, then it is faithfully believed to be so: even when it has no power to subpoena, or prosecute, or allow names of criminals to be named.

If we speak of healing, we genuinely believe that we know what that is; and that we are actually capable of it. But the Appearance is shattered in an instant by simple questions like “Where are the bodies?”, and “Who is responsible?”, which is why the TRC must be as rigidly controlled as a Sunday church service.

Most of the many aboriginal survivors I know have avoided the TRC like the plague, knowing that Nothing will come of it. And sure enough, tomorrow in Victoria, as at every TRC event, the carefully screened and selected witnesses will tell their tales of woe and desperately believe, as all slaves must, that Caesar will be moved, and will change, as if he were human. But that which is Nothing cannot change.

And yet, the performance must go on, and this week the Canadian “media”, which has for so many years utterly ignored the evidence of murder and torture and mass graves at the Indian residential schools, will suddenly and dutifully describe how something called truth and healing has finally arrived. All of the right kind of Indians will be quoted. But the survivors will continue to die in droves. And the graves will remain closed.

My closest friends worry about me these days, even more than normal. One of them called me up yesterday and said,

“It must be hard for you to be so ignored when you’ve been so vindicated. After all you’ve sacrificed, I don’t know how you can stand it, this huge cover up of the truth.”

“It’s okay” I replied. “None of it’s real”.

For in the last days, I will pour out my spirit on those I have chosen: even on my poorest servants. For the sun will be turned to darkness, and the moon to blood, before the coming of the great and terrible Day of the Lord. And there will be deliverance for the survivors of that Day, even though their wound be incurable. For I the Lord God will make myself known to them.

An Open Letter to “Thievin’ Steven” Harper, Alleged Prime Minister of Canada – Concerning your use of tax payer’s money to fund child-raping-and-killing churches

April 12, 2012
Dear Steve,

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I doubt that if one of your own kids was savagely raped, strangled to death and thrown into a garbage pit somewhere, you’d look too kindly on a government that gave $57 million to the killer’s employer, especially when the latter had been caught red-handed concealing the crime.

But that’s what you’ve just done, according to your own 2012 federal Budget. Your government has given that much money to the Roman Catholic church and its agencies across Canada. In fact, of the more than $80 million you shelled out to religious groups, nearly three quarters of that money went to the same catholic church that caused the death of most of the 50,000 little kids who never came back from the Indian residential schools.

Now I understand why the Vancouver cops come down on us so hard whenever we picket the downtown Catholic cathedral on behalf of those missing kids, since the local Archbishop is another recipient of taxpayer’s largesse, to the tune of $231,321. I wonder what that particular payoff is for? Or the cool $200,000 you gave directly to one particular catholic parish, St. Patrick’s church in St. John’s, Newfoundland?

And just so we’re clear, your Budget doesn’t stop at the catholics. You also handed to another church with aboriginal blood on its hands, the United Church of Canada, nearly $1 million, to its national office in Etobicoke. Even little Simcoe Street United Church in Oshawa got $136,785!

Steve, you’re colluding with murderers, and for some reason you’re compelling Canadian taxpayers to help you do so, by bankrolling church organizations whose stated policy regarding child rape in its ranks is to obstruct justice by concealing the crime and silencing the victim.

That’s the case for the catholics, at least, who have always been more honest in their criminality than the more “liberal” United Church, who nevertheless shuffle their own rapists around for their own protection: guys like convicted former national officer “reverend” Russell Crossley.

So, to leave aside for a moment the gross immorality of all this (something I’m sure you won’t find that hard to do), your use of public funds to subsidize proven criminal bodies is an offense, not only under domestic but international law.

Let me repeat: you are committing a crime, and are forcing taxpayers to help you. And I know why: it’s because of something called a Financial Concordat, which you share with the Vatican and its subsidiary churches. Under its terms, you’re obligated to subsidize catholic agencies, and even funnel taxpayer’s money directly to the church, as your own Budget reveals.

In other words, you’re in a pact with the Devil.

Somebody who you’ve probably never read, Ralph Waldo Emerson, was once expected to pay his American government a tax that would help fund a Fugitive Slave Law, compelling all citizens to return runaway black men and women to their slave masters. Well, Ralph wouldn’t do so, and, echoing modern day international law, he wrote to the President in the year 1852,

“Whenever government surrenders its moral authority by aiding oppression and evil, then I am absolved of all allegiance to it, and I know no ruler save God Almighty, and no law but that of conscience itself.”
That’s the natural law, Steve, and it’s my birthright. And like anyone of conscience, I’m invoking that higher law right now, and I’m asking everyone I know to do the same. We ain’t gonna pay your butcher’s bill any longer, Mister Prime Minister.

But that’s just for starters. You are inviting us to also issue a citizen’s arrest warrant against you, Steve, on behalf of all of our fellow citizens, who you are compelling to break the law. We can do that, under common law. It’s called a Necessity Defense, and it has to happen whenever the courts and police refuse to protect the public from criminals in high office, like you.

Some of my friends among the Cree Nation on the prairies started the direct action ball rolling back in the fall of 2008, right after your bullshit “apology” to them for the residential school terror. They did their own kind of healing when they entered a catholic church and stripped the local priest of his vestments and told him to get off their land. He ran out the front door of the church, and he’s never come back since then.

That kind of action has always been our only real safeguard against the likes of you, Steve, and the monsters in robes who prey on our children. My ancestor Philip Annett knew that when he picked up his musket in December of 1837, and marched through the Ontario snow to join with other farmers when they tried overthrowing the clique of bishops and bankers that ran Canada for their own private profit.

We may have lost that battle, but we’re patient. We learn from our mistakes, and we know you now for what you are. And our arm is strong, and reaches far. It has to, for our children’s lives are at stake, and our future.

So I won’t bother asking the bought and paid for “members of parliament”, who are the bonded servants of a foreign ruler and another criminal called “the crown of england”, to do something about your funding of child killers. Instead, we’re turning you off at the source. No more taxes. No more votes. We need a new deal, altogether.

Welcome to the Republic of Kanata, Steve. You can leave now.

Update for close supporters from Kevin Annett

Hi friends,

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Reverend Kevin Annett

It’s been awhile since we communicated, so allow me to share with you some of the exciting breakthroughs we’ve made in our campaign since February, and what is approaching in the spring through to the fall of 2012.

1. Archaeological surveys and digs at Indian residential school mass grave sites:

Inspired by our surveys and test dig at the Brantford Indian residential school on Mohawk territory last year, Cree and Squamish nation elders in Canada have commenced similar investigations on their own territories, at suspected graves where children are interred. They have already unearthed positive evidence but are keeping the results confidential until we can organize forensic teams from outside Canada to assist them. By September, we will have an initial report of these digs and their forensic evidence of killings and other crimes at Catholic and Church of England schools – a report that will be submitted to the European Parliament and international legal bodies.

2. Not in Our Name (NON) – A movement of Reformation within the genocidal churches:

A coalition of several dozen Protestant and Catholic serving clergy approached me in January, and together we drafted a Declaration dated March 15, calling on Christians to leave the churches responsible for systematic crimes against children, and re-establish “a faith free of the legacy of genocide, rape and murder”. The bold Declaration is being distributed at hundreds of churches in Canada, the USA, Ireland, England, Australia and Italy. (A copy of the Declaration is posted at www.itccs.org) NON plans major rallies and church reclamations in the coming months, and have commissioned me to write a book based on a new spiritual renaissance philosophy of “de-corporatized Christianity”.

3. Occupy the Vatican:

Our ITCCS (International Tribunal into Crimes of Church and State) network joined hands with the global Occupy the Vatican movement this month in staging church occupations and teach-ins in five countries. These are ongoing actions designed to halt the operations of the Vatican and other criminal bodies through non-violent civil disobedience and outright reclamations of church property.This movement has already spread to more than a dozen cities.

My plans:

Arising from these new breakthroughs, I am organizing a new world tour that will span the coming year. Commencing by the early summer, I will be giving lectures and seminars, holding organizing sessions for NON and ITCCS, and helping stage public protest actions and ceremonial gatherings across North America and Europe, and possibly in Asia, India and Australia as well. From out of this work we hope will emerge an even stronger basis for our ITCCS court.

As part of this tour, I will be helping to produce a new documentary film on the global movement against genocide and child trafficking. I am also beginning to write a new book, of a deeper historical and spiritual nature, based on this movement and recent personal discoveries concerning the original source of these crimes against the innocent, and how we can transcend a dark legacy.

To accomplish this tour and work, I must raise a minimum of $5000 by June 15 for my travel and research expenses. My ultimate goal is to secure $10,000 by the fall to allow me to sustain our work well into the year 2013.

Since all of my funding and support comes entirely from the community, and people like you, the success of this work depends on your help.

I will provide to you all a complete budget and itinerary by May 1, once the details of my journeys have been finalized.

Meanwhile, if you can contribute to this fund, please do so thus:

1. By cheque, made out to Kevin Annett, and mailed to:

William Annett
1000 Walker St., Unit 223
Holly Hill, Florida
USA 32117

2. By direct bank deposit or a wire transfer from any bank in the USA, or from any other bank in the world:

Account of William S. Annett – Chequing account
Bank of America , 699 S. Nova Road , Ormond Beach, Florida, USA 32173
(ph: 1-386-672-3280)
Account Number 8980 1557 8687
Sort Code 0959
Swiftbic Code BOFAUS3N
Routing Number 026 009 593

I thank each of you, not only your constant support and love, but for sharing my abiding determination to see right done and the innocent protected.