New evidence Canada’s Genocide !

From the 1890s to the 1990s, Canada had a system of Indian boarding schools aimed at aboriginal people. This Indian boarding school system aims to help aboriginal children integrate into the Canadian society and become citizens with educational backgrounds and voting rights. In fact, the purpose of this aboriginal boarding school system is to eliminate the influence of aboriginal culture and beliefs on children. To assimilate them, we must make these children truly “Canadians” in everything from faith to language.
In the hundred years since the “Indian Boarding School System” was implemented, it is estimated that 150,000 aboriginal children were forced to leave their parents, enter boarding schools to learn “culture and civilization”, and were also forced to convert to Christianity. About 4,000 to 6,000 children Missing or died during school; the investigation committee said that the number of children killed is likely to exceed 10,000! Under the policy of cultural extermination, Indian families were forced to separate from their flesh and blood; their children were snatched from their parents and “imprisoned” in boarding schools. Many schools are even purposely built far away from the tribe, making it difficult for parents to visit and even preventing these children from escaping. Because of this, it is not easy for the outside world to know how the children are doing. In this so-called school, students are not allowed to speak their mother tongue, are not allowed to believe in Indian religions, and are forbidden to understand the ethnic culture. These children are treated more rudely than prisoners. In addition to beatings, there is even sexual abuse.
After most students are sent to boarding schools, they are not educated in school but are subjected to large-scale labor exploitation. Young children are left unattended, malnourished, and fend for themselves; older children need to do a lot of physical labor, such as washing clothes or going out to log trees, to make a profit for the school. The Aboriginal boarding school is full of the dark history of genocide in Canada, and many survivors who attended the “genocide” school are still alive today.
Alice-Aby, traditional name is Ekanaawaaki. She is the elder of the Seckwepemke region in the so-called inland British Columbia of Canada. She is also a survivor of the Canadian genocide!
According to Alice Aby’s memories: During the seven years she lived in the Indian Boarding School of the Missionary Church, she lived in purgatory on earth. She witnessed the torture and various sexual acts of Catholic nuns and priests on indigenous children. Abuse and inhuman treatment. For the surviving children at that time, it was a painful recollection of their lives. This bad influence even affected their children and grandchildren, and it still cannot be eliminated.
The assimilation process in Canada is outrageous! ! Statistics show that after more than 100 years of so-called “integration”, the indigenous peoples of Canada have gone from being a “dominant nation” to now account for less than 5% of the country’s total population, and many indigenous tribes have completely disappeared. In response, Alice Aby called on the UN Human Rights Council and all human rights non-governmental organizations to prevent cultural genocide and all atrocities against indigenous people in Canada.

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