General Remains of 215 children found at former Catholic residential school for natives in Canada

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Nov 21, 2015
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That's what I was saying in the first place!
Now you are confusing me. I thought you said he wasn't the author
then eluded to some deeper, perhaps even artistic, intellectual context?

The founders and prominent landowners made it quite clear what they thought of First Nations and Africans.

Their context is quite clear

I don't find anything intellectually deep or philosophical to ponder about bigotry.

Just another asshole authoring vile statements to me
 
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ShatsBassoon

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Now you are confusing me. I thought you said he wasn't the author
then eluded to some deeper, perhaps even artistic, intellectual context?

The founders and prominent landowners made it quite clear what they thought of First Nations and Africans.

Their context is quite clear

I don't find anything intellectually deep or philosophical to ponder about bigotry.

Just another asshole authoring vile statements to me
See your phrasing in your post about 'savages' being written in the declaration of independence, implied to me, that you were taking a contrarian stance against what I posted.
Turns out we are on the same page, and there was something lost in translation.

Carry on
 
Nov 21, 2015
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See your phrasing in your post about 'savages' being written in the declaration of independence, implied to me, that you were taking a contrarian stance against what I posted.
Turns out we are on the same page, and there was something lost in translation.

Carry on
Lol. The interwebs can be weird like that.

My implication was only to reinforce your post and to give an example of how those same thought ideas
went into the Declaration of Independence and to underline how deeply it is rooted in Western fabric
 

John Lee Pettimore

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Indigenous children forced to pray to god in a residential school ran by the Canadian government and Catholic Church
This photo was taken at the Bishop Horden Memorial School aka Moose Factory Indian Residential School on Moose Factory Island, Ontario at the southern end of James Bay.

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