The Pope Refuses To Apologize For What The Catholic Church Did To The First Nations of Canada

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By Arjun Walia

First of all, blame is something the world could do without, and it infects our planet on multiple levels. Take for example, a convicted murderer, or any other person who has committed a crime leading to a life of incarceration. Right off the bat, they are sent to a place that seems to be the complete opposite of re-habilitation. Love, cooperation, and understanding is always given to the victim, as it should be, but the same type of energy is not always directed to the ‘wrong-doer.’ There is never an attempt to understand what events transpired in that persons life that led them to do what they did, and there is really no attempt at some serious personal development. There is only punishment and blame. That’s a micro-scale example, and at the end of the day, we are one big giant collective and we have to take responsibility for what happens on this planet, together.

With all that’s been exposed with regards to the global elite, many of them would most certainly be given the death penalty. Societies typical reaction and harsh punishment has perhaps provided no chance for anyone within this ‘Deep State‘ to come forward, which may be because of the way we would react.

Blaming is useless because at the end of the day, it doesn’t really offer a real solution, but rather creates more separation, arguments, negative energy and a lack of ability for both parties to come together to make things right.  I’m not sure what the solution is, but pointing the finger in the way we do doesn’t really seem to be the answer, it makes more sense to try and spark a shift in consciousness within the ‘wrong-doer’ instead. We do this on so many levels, and politicians are a great example. We are constantly giving our power over to another entity to make decisions and change the world, thus leaving us open to manipulation, instead of taking actions and doing things for ourselves.

As a result of us giving away so much of our power, ‘elite’ entities like the government and the Catholic Church, which seems to sit above government in my opinion, have lied and manipulated the global collective a number of times. It seems that those who present themselves in the public as bringers of ‘good,’ may actually be involved in some shady actions on the side, away from the public eye.

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One great example is what happened to the indigenous populations in Canada, now known as the First Nations of Canada. They were virtually wiped out, and children were taken into ‘residential schools,’ and forced to learn the ways and teachings of the Church, while at the same time brainwashed into believing their own beliefs were completely false and irrelevant.

As the Canadian Broadcast Corporation points out:

“A letter released Tuesday by the president of the Canadian Conference of Catholic Bishops says Pope Francis has not shied away from recognizing injustices faced by Indigenous peoples around the world, but he can’t personally apologize for residential schools.”

This doesn’t make sense, does this mean that the pope is denying the role of the Catholic Church in what happened?

Canadian Prime-Minister Justin Trudeau issued this statement:

“Reconciliation is not just between government and Indigenous peoples, it’s between non-Indigenous Canadians and Indigenous peoples as well. We will keep working with communities, keep working with individuals on the path to reconciliation because we know taking responsibility for past mistakes and asking forgiveness is something that is core to our values as Canadians.”

The crazy thing is, the corporate world is still destroying forests, and taking indigenous populations from their homes. It’s a world-wide phenomenon that’s been happening for more than 100 years now.

Scholars have estimated that, prior to the ‘discovery’ of the Americas by Europeans, the pre-contact era population could have been as high as 100 million people, and as low as 10 million.

Prior to the arrival of the Europeans, the Catholic Church had completely taken over Europe, wielding their power to control both people and ideas. There was no separation of church and state, as all citizens were required to abide by the rules and beliefs of the church. If not, they were deemed outlaws and heretics, and were even hunted and killed. This type of activity and “brainwashing,” so to speak, can be traced back all the way to ancient Rome, and all the way forward into our very recent history. Its influence can be seen in the mass brainwashing and manipulation of our minds today.

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In Canada, for example, “residential schools” were set up all over the country. These were government-sponsored religious schools established to assimilate aboriginal children into Euro-Canadian culture, a culture that was made by the ruling elite for everyone else to “fit” into. This system originated in France not long after the arrival of the Europeans into the Americas, and was originally conceived by Christian churches and the Canadian government to educate (brainwash) and convert aboriginal youth and to integrate them into Canadian society.

But was that the real purpose?

When I say Canadian government, I mean the Department of Mining and Natural Resources. In the 1930s, the headmasters of the residential schools were made the legal guardians of all native children, ripping them away from their parents under the oversight of the Department of Mines and Resources. All parents were forced to surrender legal custody of their children to a principal or a church employee, or face imprisonment. A few years later, “Indian Affairs” was taken over by the Federal Government’s Citizenship and Immigration Office. (source)(source)(source)

Children were killed, abused, and raped at these schools. They were also subjected to nutritional experiments by the federal government in the 1940s and the 1950s, and were used as medical test subjects as well. Many of these victims and their bodies have vanished without a trace.

Aboriginal people in Canada, in our very recent history, were deliberately killed, and this has been confirmed by eyewitness testimony, documents, government records, and statements of Indian agents and tribal elders. Some estimate the mortality rate in residential schools to be upwards of fifty percent. We are talking about more than 50,000 native children across Canada, possibly more. (source)

The massive genocidal campaign that started hundreds of years ago has continued until this very day. And the fact that this system operated under legal and structural conditions which encouraged, aided, and abetted murder is disturbing to say the least.

Keep in mind, these horrors were perpetrated in Canada; one can only imagine what went on in the United States and South America. So much of our history is hidden from us.

All of the information above, which is simply a tidbit, is why it’s so confusing that the pope would not really acknowledge the role of the Catholic Church in what happened.

 On a side not, indigenous wisdom is a key component on the path towards making the planet a better place. If we can return to recognize the importance of love, care, respect, understanding and the overall well being of our planet and all life on it, our civilization has a chance to move forward and thrive.

This article (The Pope Refuses To Apologize For What The Catholic Church Did To The First Nations of Canada) was originally published on Collective Evolution and syndicated by The Event Chronicle.


1 Comment

  1. The act of BLAME always refused to allow healing to occur because with blame there is no acceptance for the offence. There is only judgement and denial of judgement; neither of which allows for evolution to occur for either Divine Spirit (Thought) or Divine Will (emotion). In effect there is only a “spiritual stalemate” that occurs which is destine to continue to endlessly repeat.