Sauvagine The odious secret of a religion
Dans les grands champs de liberté,
À courir le vent des ancêtres passés,
Avant les faux miroirs truqués troqués,
Arrosé par des eaux qui n'étaient pas de vie,
Sans Dieux odieux de pauvre pitié imposé,
Final Report of the Truth and Reconciliation Commission
More than 3,000 children have been abused and abused, and at least 4,000 children have died from illness, neglect, accidents and violence. A national disgrace, a very big black page in Canadian history.
First Nations, Métis, Inuit, as well as the provinces and territories, signatories to the Indian Residential Schools Settlement Agreement and indigenous peoples.
As a sign of human solidarity, I associated the purple and yellow flowers dotted in a green field with the Souls of innocent children tortured by the diabolical dogmas of the so-called representatives of the Gods.
This picture taken in Newfoundland under a bright afternoon sun, slightly lulled by the breath of a gentle comforting wind, under the silence of bird songs and I was lulled by a peaceful sensation of natural beauty, realizing that this photo could have been taken anywhere in Canada.
Sadness at realizing the hypocrite of small men with evil powers, when religion and politics become instruments of torture and their incestuous crimes become hidden secrets.
For more than 150 years, First Nations, Inuit and Métis Nation children have been taken from their families and communities, forced to attend schools often far from home. Over 150,000 children attended residential schools. Many never came back.
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