Four churches in a row burned down after the discovery of mass graves of children in indigenous settlements in Canada

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Four Catholic churches have been burned down in indigenous settlements in western Canada this week. In recent weeks, hundreds of graves of Indian children have been found in the region at the sites of Catholic boarding schools, where children from the country’s indigenous families were forcibly taken in the past.

The police cannot yet claim that there is a connection between these events.

On Saturday night in British Columbia, in two different settlements, St. Anne’s Church and Chopak’s Church burned down at the same time.

Six days earlier, on Native Canada Day, two churches burned down in British Columbia.

3 thoughts on “Four churches in a row burned down after the discovery of mass graves of children in indigenous settlements in Canada”

  1. North American Field Secretary for ITCCS and whistle blower Kevin Annett, exposed these mass body dumping sites back in 1995. See murderbydecree.com—”The the only reason this recent “grave” was exposed is because some dissidents in the band council exposed it and the world press picked it up because the band council-the government chiefs were in process of destroying the site with the Royal Canadian Mounted Police like they’ve done all over the country, but now the government has spun it to make it look like they’re doing an investigation. They are NOT investigating these people are trying to get rid of the EVIDENCE!”

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