HIghway of Tears, Persecution or Social Engineering

Vice, Searchers: Highway of Tears

There is much to be said about this subject.  Will silence be considered complicity?  Damning through and through, but there must be a release of information, else what?  Complicity of authority?  Evidence of nepotism throughout all layers of society and even the justice system?  Insurrection against a corrupt regime that hands out socially engineered orders to harm specific individuals?
   In the video comments i see many fingers pointing at the investigator himself.   I suspect that he does have a dual role to play in the game of katch the killer, but a better question to raise is the reasons for all the silence on both parts, the survivors and the questionable abilities of the RCMP to protect and apprehend.   Someone out there knows, many out there know but are remaining in silent ignorance.
    It is coming clear to me that the structure of Canada is ambiguous and ineffective.  On the one hand we are barely able to defend ourselves from violence.  Many people have been charged with assault for self defence,  and look at the abuses heaped on the defenceless for only speaking out...
https://www.thestar.com/news/insight/201 ... vivor.html
 " On Sept. 26, the day an end the standoff was negotiated, the teenager was leaving the treatment centre in Kanesatake carrying her 4-year-old sister, Kaniehtiio, when she was stabbed close to the heart by a soldier carrying a bayonet."
(^ hard to google that up around here)

Add together with this some factual history such as contained in this thread...
And you might begin to see that it is not so far fetched an idea that there may be covert  black op teams with a list of those undesirables they can sabotage, exploit, and murder with the patronage of government agents and funding.  (perhaps here we will find the missing 3 billion dollars the govt wont account for).
  Let's not play katch the killer with government cronies, I support catching the real killers stalking in our midst, in the end it could well be that everyone is complicit in these crimes through the acceptance of what we once thought were innocent and well meaning ideas...like patriotism and loyalty...ideas which lead to fanaticism and killing at the whims of leadership when sound judgement is long lost to the sophistications of psychopathic politics.
"Death to the intellect! Long live death!" -Gonzalo Queipo de Llano

Re: HIghway of Tears, Persecution or Social Engineering

The Walking With Our Sisters art installation is currently in Ottawa and will visit numerous other communities through to March 2019.

As noted on their website, "Walking With Our Sisters is by all accounts a massive commemorative art installation comprised of 1,763+ pairs of moccasin vamps (tops) plus 108 pairs of children's vamps created and donated by hundreds of caring and concerned individuals to draw attention to [the injustice of missing and murdered Indigenous women and residential schools]. ...The work exists as a floor installation made up of beaded vamps arranged in a winding path formation on fabric and includes cedar boughs. Viewers remove their shoes to walk on a path of cloth alongside the vamps."

"Each pair of vamps (or 'uppers' as they are also called) represents one missing or murdered Indigenous woman. The unfinished moccasins represent the unfinished lives of the women whose lives were cut short. The children's vamps are dedicated to children who never returned home from residential schools. Together the installation represents all these women; paying respect to their lives and existence on this earth. They are not forgotten. They are sisters, mothers, aunties, daughters, cousins, grandmothers, wives and partners. They have been cared for, they have been loved, they are missing and they are not forgotten."

In terms of the story behind this project, the Globe and Mail has reported, "In July, 2012, Christi Belcourt, a Michif (Métis) artist who lives near Sudbury, made a Facebook appeal for help with a year-long collaborative art project called Walking With Our Sisters... She hoped to assemble a show of 600 pairs of hand-made moccasin vamps (uppers) -- but by year's end had received 1,723 pairs, from artists and craftspeople all over North America and beyond. Sixty-five new beading circles sprang up around the project, and many people learned traditional crafts to participate -- 'a beautiful side-effect', says Ms. Belcourt."

The art installation will be at Carleton University in Ottawa through to October 16. It then goes to Akwesasne Mohawk Territory (November 6-26). In 2016, the exhibit will be in North Battleford, Saskatchewan (January 15-February 7), The Pas, Manitoba (March 1-11), Mt. Pleasant, Michigan (April 23-June 3), Almonte, Ontario (August 10-September 17), Manitowaning, Ontario (October-November), and Halifax (December 5-February 5, 2017). For a complete listing of where it will be between 2017 and 2019 before it concludes in Kenora, Ontario, please click here. The Council of Canadians has repeatedly called on the Harper government to support a national inquiry into missing and murdered Indigenous women. Indigenous women make up 4.3 per cent of the Canadian population, but they account for 16 per cent of murdered women and 11.3 per cent of missing women in Canada. Over the past 30 years, 1,026 Indigenous women have been murdered and 160 are missing. We also support the recommendations made by the Truth and Reconciliation Commission to address the damage inflicted on Indigenous peoples by the Indian Residential School System. It has been estimated that about 150,000 children were forced into these schools and that up to 6,000 of them died there.

The Walking With Our Sisters art installation is a poignant reminder of the need for an inquiry into missing and murdered Indigenous women as well as the full implementation of all 94 recommendations made by the Truth and Reconciliation Commission. If the Walking With Our Sisters art installation comes to your community, please be sure to visit it.

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