by Kevin D. Annett
21 October, 2013
Now, who says Canadians aren’t funny?
This week, the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation (CBC) pondered aloud, and for the first time, “whether Canada should be tried for Genocide at the United Nations” for its crimes at Indian residential schools.
That’s a funny thing to say, considering that Canada already has been tried and found guilty for all that Genocide: at a high-profile Common Law court case convened in Brussels, whose verdict was rendered last February 25. (see the links below)
Funny the CBC missed that, eh? Just like they also left out the fact that the Brussels court also convicted the mainline Canadian churches of the same crime, since the freaks in robes did most of the killing of all those children.
Of course, Canadians knew as early as November 15, 1907 that half the brown children in Indian “residential schools” were dying off because of their deliberate exposure to tuberculosis: a fact reported that day on the front page of the Ottawa Citizen, by their own government medical officers. And I’ve sure as hell been rubbing that same bloody fact in everyone’s face for over fifteen years now, complete with solid evidence. (http://hiddennolonger.com)
I guess none of that should surprise us, when one considers the sorry state of what passes for journalism in Canada. For not even when Mohawk elders in Brantford, Ontario began unearthing the remains of children’s bones and buttons at Canada’s oldest residential school in the fall of 2011 did any Canadian media even once bother to report that historic find.
No regime ever looks at its own shit, except in the kind of controlled, sanitized way displayed in Canada’s disgraceful “Truth and Reconciliation” whitewash. But Canadians’ refusal to accept and be held liable for their own bloody history has become quite ridiculous, now that other countries and their courts are ruling on our guilt for deliberately slaughtering indigenous children.
And so the CBC’s after-the-fact pondering of “whether” we’re guilty of Genocide smells exactly like Pope Paul VI’s official pronouncement in 1967 that Galileo wasn’t wrong after all, and that the earth does actually go around the sun.
Yeah, we knew that already: just like we know that Canada and its churches are not only guilty of Genocide, but that under international law, they are convicted criminal bodies that have no lawful or legitimate authority. And that means that their laws, rules and taxes are null and void; and anyone who funds them is guilty of a crime.
Most Canadians are trying to ignore that Elephant in the Living Room Fact, of course, by pretending they still live under a bona fide government: but not my new friend Steve Finney, in Kitchener, Ontario. For Steve has acted as a free man under Common Law, and has taken the Brussels legal ruling to heart. He keeps telling cops and judges in Kitchener that they have no authority over him because they have taken oaths of allegiance to a criminal institution, including the Crown of England itself. And he quite correctly says to them,
“Why should I obey a government that deliberately killed over 50,000 children, and still trafficks kids through the Children’s Aid Societies?”
Steve Finney has not castrated his knowledge from his behaviour, like most of the political eunuchs in our country. He has sworn an oath to stand under a new allegiance as a citizen of the Republic of Kanata, the formation of which is also being actively ignored by the CBC and the rest of the fake thing called Canada.
We live in a time of bursting illusions and universal deceit, of official lies and crumbling coverups: something Charles Dickens called the Best of Times, and the Worst of Times. Dickens was referring to France on the eve of its 1789 Revolution.
I hope the allusion isn’t lost on us.
The complete Common Law Court proceedings of Genocide in Canada are found at:
The International Common Law Court: Genocide in Canada (Part One)
Second Session of The International Common Law Court of Justice – Genocide in Canada (Part Two)
Final Court Verdict and Sentencing: Genocide in Canada