Americans Don’t Think Victims Of Canada Scoops Placed In USA Should Be Content With The Aspirational Declarations Of North American Legislators
June 3, 2015 § Leave a comment
June 3, 2015, Maybe it’s simply the difference between USA and Canadian culture, but bottom-line, in USA and especially in New York City area, we do not think that victims of Canada Scoops placed in USA should be content with, at the conclusion of this current Truth & Reconciliation Commission – Canada, ‘aspirations.’ (See Link Below)
Not when these people were, as children and many old enough to be aware of what was happening to them, abducted, trafficked and then, once discovered, paperwork wise, ‘hidden’, their identities unknown to them and their locations and status dead/alive unknown to their own birth families for a few decades. And, the best legislators can now offer them are aspirations, aspirational declarations?
At the very least, the raw findings – not the ‘final report’ edited down for political correctness – i.e., the findings that reference victims of Canada Scoops/60’s Scoops who were not kept within Canada but who were instead placed in USA and west Europe, should serve as catalyst that informs US immigration legislation as it pertains to this group of genocide victims (so that going forward other victims of Canada Scoops can apply for their US Citizenship as victims of genocide in their home country) And should be used as a means by which civil suits can collectively and individually be successfully pursued by victims in North American courts.