WHAT PAINT CAN’T HIDE
Henry Makow: “Kevin Annett demonstrates the impact people
can have when they act on their beliefs.”
“Give the place a bit of Spirit,” his boss at Fred Victor Mission, a residence for the homeless near Toronto’s seedy district told him, as if talking to a painter.
In the course of his work, Kevin learned the Church Mission was a center for drug trafficking and prostitution and the staff were on the take. He learned that large donations to the Mission were embezzled, while there wasn’t any money for Bibles. When he took these matters to the top of the church hierarchy, they knew and didn’t want to know.
This was his first glimpse of the United Church of Canada as a four billion dollar corporation that provides a nice tax-exempt front for a lot of rich people and a lot of shady dealings. But that’s just scratching the surface of a potential nightmare for the 2.8 million bland well meaning Canadians affiliated with this empty shell of a church.
When Kevin (what an exquisitely Canadian name) took up his next position as Minister in a British Columbia logging town, he opened his sanctuary to the poor and the non-White. He began to hear stories from his Aboriginal parishioners about ethnic cleansing at government funded church-run “residential schools.”
Native children were abducted by the RCMP and forced to attend these “schools” which were concentration camps in disguise. Here helpless children were physically and sexually abused, sterilized and exposed to deadly viruses. Many were subjected to medical experimentation from Illuminati doctors. The death rate was 50% Annett estimates over 50,000 children died at these schools.
In an email Tuesday, he wrote: “Continually, eyewitnesses describe that most of them never received formal education, besides religious instruction. Maybe one or two hours of schooling a week, the rest of the time working as manual labour and farmed out as cheap labour or domestics to white families. The ones who got a better education were the collaborators, being trained to be puppets of the government and churches – they’re often the ones who now run the big aboriginal groups, band councils, etc. I also have letters from Indian Agents confirming that the kids were not to receive “too much” education.”
The blurring of class and color lines strained relations with the church “Old Guard” but the deal breaker was when Kevin publicly opposed the lucrative sale of Aboriginal lands the church held in trust to a large logging company.
Kevin was stripped of his Ministry, the only United Church Minister ever to be defrocked.
Well now that the trial is set to begin tomorrow in Brussels, I bow to his audacity and I will give him his due. Thank you, Kevin Annett.
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