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AHA MEDIA at the event: Take Back the Land: Enforce Chief Kiapilano’s Eviction Notice against the Genocidal Catholic Church

The following information is reposted from email notice:


Take Back the Land:

Enforce Chief Kiapilano’s Eviction Notice against the Genocidal Catholic Church

                                            This Sunday, January 18

10:00 am

at “Holy Rosary Catholic Church”

Dunsmuir and Richards, downtown Vancouver


Bring Drums, Banners and the Names of the Disappeared …  

Help us Exorcise the Spirit of Genocide from our Land!  

Free Food will be provided by the Elders  

Sponsored by The Friends and Relatives of the Disappeared

under the authority of hereditary Squamish Chief Siem Kiapilano  

Information: 1-888-265-1007 or www.hiddenfromhistory.org  

Please circulate this to others.

Where are 50,000 murdered residential school buried?  

When will their murderers be brought to justice?

Read and Hear the truth of Genocide in Canada, past and present, at this website: www.hiddenfromhistory.org

“Kevin is more deserving of the Nobel Peace Prize than many who have received it in the past.”
– Dr. Noam Chomsky
Institute Professor Emeritus
Massachusetts Institute of Technology

“A courageous and inspiring man.” (referring to Kevin Annett)
– Mairead Corrigan-Maguire
Nobel Peace Prize Laureate
Belfast , Northern Ireland























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  1. January 24, 2009 at 5:52 pm

    Thank you Hendrik, and everyone, for posting these pictures. It lifts our morale so much to know that the word is getting out. We will show them to the world!
    See you at the next action (in February – news to come),
    In memory of the disappeared children,
    Kevin Annett

  2. scyhopper
    January 26, 2009 at 4:01 pm

    SUPERB!!! The MORE mega-phones, the BETTER!!! BIGGER BANNERS TOO! Moved to tears over the 5 year-old Sean’s drawing … 😦

    All of you who helped put together and participate in the demonstration have brought AMAZING GRACE to a SEVERELY DISGRACEFUL GENOCIDAL INSTITUTION!!!

    If T-Bay is unable to follow suit, I’m movin’ to ‘vancouver’! 🙂

  3. Maeve Woodland
    January 27, 2009 at 8:47 pm

    Thank you so much for covering this very important event… I was unable to attend, I live in Ontario. Your reporting, and photos are one of the ways I can keep up with the news. I truly believe if we want to heal our country, we must begin where the wounds first began. The spiritual, and physical wounds perpetrated against our first peoples, is a mirror to the destruction of our Mother Earth. The same ones who committed such atrosities against the Native community are the ones that pollute our lakes, and air. The Native people who have come forward to speak their truths are the ones who will lead us into the future. Their strength and courage, I believe will be the salvation of us all. Those who deny the truth will be brought to justice, I only hope I will live long enough to see it.

  4. Cindy Boeger
    February 22, 2009 at 8:48 pm

    I am intersted in knowing more about Mr. Annett. I was moved at the sights of the videos and websites I visited. I am a US citizen and chose not to go in detail of the governmental and religious deceptions of not only the US and Canada but also the world. I have been aware of the atrocities of the native people for many years. They are the true Spirit of the Lands and deserve to be treated as such. I commend Mr. Annett and believe his spirit is being moved in the right direction to bring about the truth of our religious sectors. I am in awe of his truths and courage and wish for all people to follow his dedication of appreciation, compassion, forgiveness, humility, understanding and valor. A truth to follow.

  5. Len Budd
    October 6, 2009 at 4:09 pm

    I am touched by the work that Rev. kevin D. Annett is doing regarding the Desiminaton of our people through the residential system. I am a by-product of the Residential School System in that my mother and father were directly affected by it. I experienced the end of it if you will, at least saw the closing and eventual destruction of the school we were abused in. I am now fifty years old and I am still affected by the atrocities perpetrated by the Catholic Residential School Regeme. I stand with Rev. Annett in his battle.

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