Canada committed genocide against First Nations

Claim; Canada committed genocide against First Nations

The definition of genocide is “the deliberate killing of a large group of people, especially those of a particular ethnic group or nation.” There are many claims out there but none qualify for the definition of genocide.

The problems stems from two variations, ignorance and willfully ignorance. It comes from the statement that Canada is guiltily of cultural genocide. There is a massive difference between killing culture and killing people. It is correct that in many ways Canada is guilty of cultural genocide, however that claim become a a false statement when the Wet’suwet’en make that claim and at the same time declare they have maintained an intact social culture and declare Wet’suwet’en Law.

You cannot have it both ways, you cannot say you lost it all is you also claim you have it all still.




Thank you for taking the time to read this article.
signed,
"Two Feathers"




 

 

 

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