What’s Missing From Talking Points Surrounding Release of TRC-Canada The Final Report
December 21, 2015 § Leave a comment
December 21, 2015, After reading 10+ news – common and academic – articles on TRC-Canada, The Final Report, USA Placed Victims-Survivors of Canada Scoops want to know how effective can a report that both Willfully excludes victim statements taken from a specific portion of the victim population while also Referring to itself as ‘Final’ be?
Nobody can argue that the scooping of North American Indian children that underlies all Canada Scoops, Sixties Scoops, Baby Scoop Era complaints was horribly wrong, but The Following Is Arguable:
- Government of Canada is alone responsible for scooping; The Canada Government couldn’t have done this without the complicity of the elites of each tribe scooped from, i.e., Each scooping that took place And that involved a scooped child who was then trafficked out of Canada And placed in USA and west Europe took place only after a ‘tribe members only’ court type procedure to gauge the welfare of the child if kept in the biological family home took place. In every instance it was a family member that reported the child was in danger if kept with his/her family, and in ever case elites of the child’s own tribe made the decision for Canada Government to scoop the child and send them to what they considered to be a healthier home than the one they were borne into.
And, it’s also arguable that
2. The children scooped would have been better off if left in their biological homes, because Within each USA Placed Victim-Survivor of Canada Scoops story, while the victims are upset as to how they were taken, all agree that it’s because they were removed and placed in healthier, wealthier homes, that they went on to have better and even healthier, longer lives than if they had stayed with biological families. In most situations victims of Canada Scoops placed in USA and west Europe are The Only children of their biological families still alive and not suffering from alcoholism, poverty, etc.