Opportunity For 1st USA Placed Victim-Survivor of Canadian Scoops

October 29, 2013 § Leave a comment

October 29, 2013, The 1st USA Placed Victim-Survivor of Canadian Scoops (who resides in USA since being scooped, 1974), and his biological family (all have remained in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada area throughout their lives) have been offered opportunity to present their victim-survivor statements at TRC-Canada National Event in Edmonton, Canada, March 27-31, 2014.

TRC-Canada National Events during which victims make their statements direct to TRC (and attending media and politicians, legal experts, etc.) takes places throughout Canada on different dates. March 27-31, 2014 are the only dates it is scheduled to take place in Edmonton which is the territory that had jurisdiction over 1st USA Placed Victim-Survivor of Canadian Scoops because it is where he was born, abducted from, etc. No TRC-Canada National Events are scheduled to take place in USA.

If he and his biological family do attend, it will be their 1st reunion since he was scooped, a.k.a. abducted.

Via recognition of his status as a victim of Canada Scoops by TRC-Canada, this individual received his USA Citizenship expedited (and without penalization for federal crimes committed as a result of his Canada Scoops status, including, registering to vote, describing himself as a USA Citizen on local, state and federal applications, and legal filings, etc.).

Our very limited research efforts indicate that there are at least a couple of thousand more USA Placed Victims-Survivors of Canadian Scoops in USA (and west Europe).

Advertisements

Every Perspective – Canadian Scoop Victims & Their Families

October 28, 2013 § Leave a comment

October 28, 2013, (originally posted August 19, 2013) – In process of researching, drafting, submitting and lobbying applications of the USA Placed Victims-Survivors of Canadian Scoops, within (1) file all perspectives of Canadian Scoops are represented, i.e.,

1. the biological father, furious that his child was taken and that he was never told if his scooped child was dead/alive or where he was placed, this father wants CAD $1M per year that the child, now a 46 year old adult, was ‘missing to him’. The scooped child, now 46 year old man, has made no effort to visit his biological family, and only reaches out to them when he has needed information and paperwork necessary to confirm his status as a Canadian Scoop Victim, that paperwork assisting his successful USA Citizenship applications and other ‘legal’ issues.

2. the biological sister who was baby sitting the (4) children of the household who were scooped (only 1 of the 4 was not kept within Canada but rather placed in USA adoption & foster care system, a.k.a., USA Placed Victim-Survivor of Canadian Scoops); as adamant as her sorrow is that he was taken that way and that her family suffered wondering where he was, she is ‘happy’ and ‘grateful’ that he was placed in a healthier environment where he received regular medical care, education, etc., i.e., more: she says the childhood home that he lived in had no food and the children were starving, the biological parents were alcoholics and that for those reasons a biological aunt had filed the complaint with the head of the tribe, a ‘hearing’ was held and via that hearing the children were scooped. Ultimately, she explains, she is grateful that they were removed from that home and that he has a better life because of it.

3. the biological sister who was not there when the children were scooped agrees with their father, ‘the children never should have been taken from their parents’ AND she understands her sister’s position, i.e., that he is better off because he was removed. The other siblings who were removed but found by the father and brought back home, continue to live below poverty line and 2 died of alcoholism.

4. the biological mother passed away due to depression related alcoholism never having known that her son was alive and living a healthy upper-middle class lifestyle in USA.

Meeting in NYC – NFL Redskins & Oneida Indian Nation Spokesman

October 26, 2013 § Leave a comment

http://msn.foxsports.com/nfl/story/nfl-redskins-opponents-to-meet-next-week-102613/

Riots in New Brunswick, Canada (media pepper sprayed & arrests)

October 23, 2013 § Leave a comment

October 23, 2013, Though not directly related to USA Placed Victims-Survivors of Canadian Scoops, because the riots in New Brunswick (focused on North American Indian property rights, and oil & natural gas rights) are another example of the overall increase throughout the 2013 year and throughout North America of North American Indian populations asserting their social, civil and property rights, I’m posting (see link below).  They have only recently coordinated with one another across Indian bands, a.k.a. tribes, in order to assert and protect these rights.

There are reports of members of media, who are obviously not able to cause any violence as they are weighed down carrying their cameras and holding them to their faces  getting pepper sprayed and arrested; other than filing their film with their news agencies they pose no risk.

For those of us in USA, especially in North East, who are accustomed to our own government’s more positive than not, and very profitable (for the Native American Indian populations) relationships with North American Indian communities, known here as Native American Tribes, this treatment of Native American Indian populations and the media is not common. Also different between USA v. Canada tribes, in USA individuals within the tribes are each given equal portion of revenue from business agreements, including oil and natural gas, and property agreements, to spend as they wish whereas within Canada the government-elites of the tribes retain all of the funds and set up socialized healthcare, schooling, grocery stores, etc., i.e., it’s more an issue of one government handing the resources over to another government, and not to the individuals. Short of long: Canadian Indian Individuals do not do as well quality of life wise as do their USA Native American Indian counterparts.

http://indiancountrytodaymedianetwork.com/2013/10/17/police-riot-gear-tear-gas-and-shoot-mikmaq-protesting-gas-exploration-new-brunswick

Every Perspective – Canadian Scoop Victims & Their Families

October 22, 2013 § Leave a comment

(re-posted October 22, 2013) August 19, 2013 – In process of researching, drafting, submitting and lobbying applications of the USA Placed Victims-Survivors of Canadian Scoops, within (1) file all perspectives of Canadian Scoops are represented, i.e.,

1. the biological father, furious that his child was taken and that he was never told if his scooped child was dead/alive or where he was placed, this father wants CAD $1M per year that the child, now a 46 year old adult, was ‘missing to him’. The scooped child, now 46 year old man, has made no effort to visit his biological family, and only reaches out to them when he has needed information and paperwork necessary to confirm his status as a Canadian Scoop Victim, that paperwork assisting his successful USA Citizenship applications and other ‘legal’ issues.

2. the biological sister who was baby sitting the (4) children of the household who were scooped (only 1 of the 4 was not kept within Canada but rather placed in USA adoption & foster care system, a.k.a., USA Placed Victim-Survivor of Canadian Scoops); as adamant as her sorrow is that he was taken that way and that her family suffered wondering where he was, she is ‘happy’ and ‘grateful’ that he was placed in a healthier environment where he received regular medical care, education, etc., i.e., more: she says the childhood home that he lived in had no food and the children were starving, the biological parents were alcoholics and that for those reasons a biological aunt had filed the complaint with the head of the tribe, a ‘hearing’ was held and via that hearing the children were scooped. Ultimately, she explains, she is grateful that they were removed from that home and that he has a better life because of it.

3. the biological sister who was not there when the children were scooped agrees with their father, ‘the children never should have been taken from their parents’ AND she understands her sister’s position, i.e., that he is better off because he was removed. The other siblings who were removed but found by the father and brought back home, continue to live below poverty line and 2 died of alcoholism.

4. the biological mother passed away due to depression related alcoholism never having known that her son was alive and living a healthy upper-middle class lifestyle in USA.

Invited To Be Included In A Prominent Canadian Museum Exhibit

October 21, 2013 § Leave a comment

(re-posted October 21, 2013) September 29, 2013 – After a good amount of consistent and intelligent lobbying on our part, USA Placed Victims-Survivors of Canadian Scoops has been invited by a museum of Canadian Federal Government to be included in an exhibit on Canadian Scoops.  Inclusion in this exhibit, especially because of the prestige of the museum, and it’s on staff experts and advisory boards, is important to educating the public at large as to who are all of the victims of Canadian Scoops.

Inclusion of USA Placed Victims-Survivors of Canadian Scoops is an intelligent and courageous effort on the part of the museum.

It’s the hope of USA Placed Victims-Survivors of Canadian Scoops that The Smithsonian Museum, a.k.a. The Smithsonian Institution, “established in 1846 for the increase and diffusion of knowledge and is a group of museums and research centers administered by the United States Federal Government”, will follow-suit; specifically, we would like to see a similar exhibit within the National Museum of American Indian in downtown New York City, especially because the 1st USA Placed Victim-Survivor of Canadian Scoops to be recognized by TRC-Canada and USCIS is located in the NYC Metropolitan area and the same individual will also be prominent within the exhibit in Canada.

Poll: What % Of Blood Quantum Should Be Required of Individual Seeking Entitlements Under Federal Law Reserved for North American Indians

October 13, 2013 § Leave a comment

Where Am I?

You are currently viewing the archives for October, 2013 at USA Placed Victims-Survivors of The Canadian Scoops.