I certainly think that’s a factor in why the Catholic Church isn’t acknowledging its part in the recent discovery.
I don’t know how seriously these comments will be taken. This is the second genocide Trudeau has admitted to, the first being that women going missing is genocide. This is twice he has admitted that Canada is currently carrying out a genocide and done nothing about it.
Well the Australian government kind of did, and they have the redress scheme for survivors. The good thing about that is there is a financial payment for survivors that comes directly from the “institution” responsible for the abuse.
Will the ICC take Trudeau to court for overseeing a genocide (and his Indigenous Affairs minister?). Of course not. The ICC only prosecutes black criminals.
Countries usually don’t admit to a genocide and are pulled kicking and screaming to the ICC to atone for their crimes.
Technically there are legal consequences to something like this… but there aren’t actual consequences. Trudeau admitted Canada was actively committing a genocide 3 years ago and nothing happened.
Would Canada prosecute Trudeau for war crimes? Of course not, war crimes are what despots and tyrants do, not
white people 1st world leaders.
OTTAWA – Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s acceptance of an inquiry’s finding that Canada committed genocide against Indigenous people could have tremendous legal impact if a court ever weighs Ottawa’s responsibility for crimes against humanity, experts say.
This is the best tl;dr I could make, original reduced by 87%. (I’m a bot)
On Thursday, the Federation of Sovereign Indigenous Nations, which represents 74 First Nations in Saskatchewan, welcomed Trudeau’s acknowledgment that Canada committed genocide.
Amid growing outrage and grief over an unmarked burial site at a residential school in British Columbia, Trudeau reiterated this week that he accepts the conclusion of the 2019 inquiry into missing and murdered Indigenous women that “What happened amounts to genocide.”
, Trudeau reiterated this week that he accepts the conclusion of the 2019 inquiry into missing and murdered Indigenous women that “What happened amounts to genocide.”
Is he talking about the modern missing and murdered Indigenous women situation? Which is horrible for sure, but in no way genocide…
Wait, this is a bit confusing.
I mean the history of mankind is super violent and if we start paying for the horrors we’ve done, then where does it stop?
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