Kevin Annett, Whistleblower of an Evil Church |433|

Hello,

what about the points raised against Kevin Annett. Here is an article from a small local newspaper on Vancouver Island, Canada.
https://thetyee.ca/Views/2008/04/30/TruthAndAbuse/

This article says (among other things): "Namgis tribal administrator George Speck says “no one has a clue” what would make Annett say these things. At Meares Island, Annett says corpses of schoolchildren were stored in the basement of a residential school building, and the bodies of other children are buried in an unmarked grave nearby. Ahousat Coun. Angus Campbell says it’s nonsense: “People would know if it was there.”"

I'd like to know what the forum (and Alex) has to say about the points raised in this article, especially the words attributed to First Nations people.

Thank you.
 
see The Phenomenon and "It's" historical interaction with humanity and sacrificial historical sites and their electro-magnetic anomolies...
Steve Mera / Barry Fitzgerald - https://www.coasttocoastam.com/guest/mera-stephen/99370

just go back to richard cox's has thread on schizophrenia and spirit contact as a starting point and you'll get what I mean
sorry it took me so long to get here... this is very, very difficult stuff for me.
 
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Hello,

what about the points raised against Kevin Annett. Here is an article from a small local newspaper on Vancouver Island, Canada.
https://thetyee.ca/Views/2008/04/30/TruthAndAbuse/

This article says (among other things): "Namgis tribal administrator George Speck says “no one has a clue” what would make Annett say these things. At Meares Island, Annett says corpses of schoolchildren were stored in the basement of a residential school building, and the bodies of other children are buried in an unmarked grave nearby. Ahousat Coun. Angus Campbell says it’s nonsense: “People would know if it was there.”"

I'd like to know what the forum (and Alex) has to say about the points raised in this article, especially the words attributed to First Nations people.

Thank you.
"Eagle Strong Voice " LOL...Ok then....

These stories of ritual abuse, murder and buried bodies seem to have begun to take hold in Native American culture at the same time as "identity politics" were deployed as a divisive psi op on the larger American culture and western civ in general.

For example; I know a guy - an Ojibwa with dual Canadian/American citizenship - who used to be cool to hang out with 30 years ago who is now deeply into the conspiracy theory that Annett talks about. We found each other on facebook via a mutual friend after many years of real world separation. He has become quite the activist and no longer likes white people unless they are the sort of white person that feels guilty and confesses their inherent sins and hates their own culture. Dead native children under churches and schools is one of the myths that binds him and his native friends and fuels the hatred of whites and white culture.

IMO, what Annett is repeating is an urban myth designed to divide people and weaken countries. Annett is wittingly or unwittingly aiding and abetting a psy-op. I lean toward "wittingly" because of Annett's socialist background.

No doubt native children died while attending boarding schools and were buried on school grounds back in the day. That's because lots of people died as children back in the day due to diseases for which there were no vaccines or antibiotics and generally poor public health. There is an old building in the town I currently live in - now converted into offices and boutiques - that used to be an orphanage. There are crudely marked and unmarked graves behind it. Everyone knows the graves are from children (whites) who succumbed to small pox, polio, the 1919 swine flu, rubella, and other common (for the time) causes. There's even a plaque that says what it is. I suppose an overactive imagination could start concocting other explanations.
 
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