Province of Saskatchewan, CANADA.- Investigated for decades, silenced by governments and by the church, the massacre and/or cultural genocide carried out by the “Vatican” in Canada is one of the most atrocious events in history.
Everything happened because of the desire for religious dogma administered by Vatican prelates, who hatched a plan together with the Canadian government at the time to “disappear” the native culture of this country, kidnapping around 150,000 children between the years 1883 and 1996 Yes, almost until the 21st century, children were in the hands of these Vatican degenerates suffering torture.
A representative of the native peoples of Canada, Mumilaaq Qaqqaq, declares:
“It is something that as indigenous people we always knew, but now we have had the opportunity to confirm it in society”
Macacre findings that have no limit in the brutality with which they occurred:
In May, the remains of 215 children were found in unmarked graves in British Columbia, Canada. In June, they found another 751 unidentified burials in the province of Saskatchewan. And a few days later, 182 closer to the town of Cranbrook.
The 1,148 graves in all have one thing in common: They were on or near the site of a government-run and Catholic Church-run boarding school for indigenous children in the country.
Between 1883 and 1996, more than 150,000 indigenous minors were separated from their families and forcibly sent to such schools, where they suffered physical and sexual abuse and illness.
Nearly 1,000 buried bodies of Native Canadian children were located in 2021. The acting Pope, Francis I, did not apologize formally for the fact that directly implicates the Catholic Church. The Kamloops Indian Residential School, where the remains were found, was the largest such facility in Canada and was run by the institution between 1890 and 1969.
A few days earlier, Justin Trudeau, Canada’s prime minister, had addressed the Pope directly, asking him to “step up” and urging him to take responsibility.
Psychological, physical, sexual, cultural torture, and a long etcetera that would leave the Inquisition of the Middle Ages in its infancy due to the horror of the facts.
In a BBC documentary video you can see how the events unfolded.