Alleged Mass Graves Unfounded Claims Stoke Unrest in Canada

Written by on September 6, 2023

Alleged Mass Graves: Unfounded Claims Stoke Unrest in Canada

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Alleged Mass Graves: Unfounded Claims Stoke Unrest in Canada

Alleged Mass Graves: Unfounded Claims Stoke Unrest in Canada

Alleged Mass Graves: Unfounded Claims Stoke Unrest in Canada

Over the past two years, Canada has witnessed a troubling saga involving allegations of mass graves of indigenous children, a story that was used as a catalyst for acts of arson and vandalism against Catholic churches by radical leftists. However, recent developments suggest that the initial reports may have been unfounded.

Here’s the backstory: In 2021, the British Columbia First Nation Band Tk’emlúps te Secwépemc made a startling announcement about the discovery of a suspected mass grave containing over 200 Indigenous children. They claimed that these graves were identified using ground-penetrating radar at the site of former ‘residential’ schools. However, no concrete evidence of actual human remains was presented.

Zooming out, it’s crucial to understand that ‘residential’ schools in Canada were government-run but church-operated institutions that operated from the 1880s until the late 20th century. These schools were established with the aim of assimilating Indigenous children, with an estimated 150,000 children placed in them during this period.

Now, new details have emerged: Over the summer, Chief Derek Nepinak of Pine Creek First Nation led excavations at the alleged mass grave site. These efforts, undertaken by an archaeological team, failed to provide conclusive evidence of human remains. Instead, it appears that the ‘ground-penetrating radar’ may have been detecting the school’s septic system, not mass graves.

Regrettably, the allegations of mass graves fueled a significant backlash against Catholics in Canada and worldwide. Even Pope Francis issued an apology in 2022, expressing deep regret: “I am deeply sorry, sorry for the ways in which, regrettably, many Christians supported the colonizing mentality of the powers that oppressed the Indigenous peoples.”

In the month following the initial claim, Canada experienced a wave of vandalism and arson incidents, with 55 churches being targeted.

[Source: NY Post, Daily Wire]


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