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50,000 children killed in Catholic Indian residential schools.

Paul King | 12.08.2010 22:38 | Education | Repression | Social Struggles

As part of "Protest the Pope" week a screening of the multi-award winning film "Unrepentant"
is scheduled for September 15th at Conway hall in London.

Recently, aboriginal elders in Canada protested about children killed in Catholic Indian residential schools. They maintain that it happened at the institution of the Vatican in Rome.

They named Pope Benedict, Joseph Ratzinger, as the one ultimately responsible.

They were protesting at the "deliberate genocide planned and carried out by Christian churches, in alliance with the government of Canada, against generations of native people, causing the deaths of more than 50,000 children".

Yet another example of the horrors caused by Christian missionaries.

Film Festival: Unrepentant

This multi-award winning documentary at last tells the truth about the almost unbelievable abuse and murder that took place in the Church-run Indian Residential Schools in Canada. It also explores Rev Kevin Annett’s efforts to document and make public these crimes – and the efforts of the church to stop him.

Start: September 15, 2010 7:30 pm
End: September 15, 2010 9:30 pm
Venue: Conway Hall
Cost: £3

JOIN "PROTEST THE POPE" and demonstrate on September 18th.

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  1. Those who protest against radical Islam are not racist either! — Against hypocracy
  2. Not a race — Pope on a rope
  3. what ? — Emma
  4. @Emma — @theist
  5. the pope is a dope — Revenge
  6. catholics are not a race — don't burn witches
  7. Shome misteak — Giorgio Primo