Everyone with any basic sense knew this was a hoax on its face as soon as it emerged – yet another evil atrocity by whites with no evidence.
A lot of people, including and especially that faggot lunatic Trudeau, really hit the gas on it.
No one is going to apologize now that it’s all coming undone.
In recent years, alleged mass graves have been reported at many of Canada’s former residential schools, with Indigeous groups pointing to them as further evidence of the horrors that took place at the institutions, which were jointly operated by the federal government and Catholic church from the 1800s to the late twentieth century.
The fact that no human remains have yet been uncovered from the sites has cast doubt on the idea that there were, in fact, mass graves. Nonetheless, more excavations have been called for to prove definitively whether the horrific allegations are true, according to the New York Post.
In May 2021, leaders of the Tk’emlúps te Secwépemc First Nation reported over 200 gravesites at a former residential school near Kamloops, British Columbia. The discovery of underground anomalies was made via ground-penetrating radar, as well as “oral history and folklore.” No hard evidence has been released to back up the claims, nor has a dig taken place to uncover the alleged human remains.
Following the news, National Chief of the Assembly of First Nations Perry Bellegarde called for a “thorough investigation into all former residential school sites,” saying it “could lead to more truths of the genocide against our people.”
Video from when the hoax started
In the years since, while numerous other mass grave sites have been reported, only one excavation operation has taken place.
On August 19, Chief Derek Nepinak of the Minegoziibe Anishinabe First Nation revealed that “no conclusive evidence of human remains” had been found under Our Lady of Seven Sorrows Catholic Church, which is the site of a former residential school in Pine Creek, Manitoba.
Nepinak added, however, that the discovery “should take nothing away from the difficult truths experienced by our families who attended the residential school.”
Those who question the mass graves narrative have often faced ostracization from their academic or political communities. In May, for example, former Manitoba attorney general James McCrae resigned from his position on a government panel after his claims that “verifiable evidence” of the claim “has been scarce, or non-existent” sparked anger.
Remember: if you would feel bad slaughtering a bunch of people, then you can be certain your ancestors would also feel bad about it. Your ancestors had the same blood (DNA) as you, and therefore would have felt similar emotions to you. It’s very obvious.
Dozens of churches were torched over this hoax