22 July, 2017

Canada’s 141 Years Old Skeleton

By Rajeewa Jayaweera

Rajeewa Jayaweera

Canada celebrated its 150th anniversary of Confederation on July 01, 2017. Canadian Confederation was the process by which British colonies of  CanadaNova Scotia, and New Brunswick united into one Dominion of Canada on July 1, 1867. Over the years since Confederation, Canada has seen numerous territorial changes and expansions, resulting in the current union of ten provinces and three territories. Canada is a federation and not a confederate association of sovereign states, which “confederation” means in modern political terminology.

The indigenous population of present day Canada are known as First NationsInuit, and Métis. First Nations are those peoples who historically lived in North America, from the Atlantic to the Pacific, below the Arctic. Inuit historically lived along the coastal edge and on the islands of Canada’s far north. The Métis descend from the historical joining of First Nations members and Europeans. The three groups each have their own culture, based largely on the environment they traditionally inhabited. The indigenous population at the time of the first European settlements is estimated to have been between 200,000 and two million, with a figure of 500,000 accepted by Canada’s Royal Commission on Aboriginal Peoples. Canada’s indigenous peoples suffered from repeated outbreaks of newly introduced infectious diseases, such as influenzameasles, and smallpox (to which they had no natural immunity), believed to result in a forty to eighty percent population decrease in the centuries after the European arrival.

Europeans started arriving, commencing with Italian seafarer John Cabot in 1497 under the commission of King Henry VII of England followed by the Basque and Portuguese mariners in the early 16th century and French explorer Jacques Cartier in 1534.  In 1583, Sir Humphrey Gilbert, by the royal prerogative of Queen Elizabeth I, founded St. John’s, Newfoundland, as the first North American English colony. French explorer Samuel de Champlain arrived in 1603 and established the first permanent European settlements at Port Royal (in 1605) and Quebec City (in 1608). 

Al Jazeera, Doha based media network, after extensive research, produced a documentary titled ‘Canada’s Dark Secret’, giving details of a program by Canada’s predominantly white majority government to assimilate the aborigine children into the dominant Euro Canadian and Christian culture.  The program begins thus;

“In 1876, the Canadian government under the leadership of its first Prime Minister John A Macdonald, passed The Indian Act. This legislation was a blueprint for controlling, administering and assimilating Canada’s indigenous population.  Shortly after, the government established ‘residential schools’ to Christianize and ‘civilize’ it’s indigenous citizens. The government funded the boarding schools and tasked various churches to turn them. For over a century, 150,000 indigenous children were separated from their parents and placed in these education centers. The last of the schools closed in 1996”.

Under this program, residential schools were set up by the Canadian government to be administered by churches. The objective was to erase the ‘uncivilized’ culture of the indigenous population without a trace and replace it with a ‘civilized’ European culture, values and Christianity.

Selected aborigine children were taken away from their parents and admitted to residential schools. No further contact with parents was permitted.

Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP) staff were often used by the government to pick up indigenous children and transport them to residential schools. Parents who resisted the removal of their children were fined or jailed.

“At the time, I didn’t like the idea of taking kids away from their family and it bothered me,” says Ron Short, a former RCMP officer. According to the report, many officers still live with feelings of regret over what their government did and the role they were made to play in it.I’m ashamed to say I’m Canadian because of what my government has done.”

Once in a residential school, children spoke only English and wore only western clothes. Christianity became their faith by default. Discipline was military style. Everything was a line up; meals, showers, school, church, to name a few.

Bud Whiteye, a survivor of the Mohawk Institute Residential School, was “picked up” and taken to the school along with four other children as they walked along a public road to visit his grandmother. Whiteye elaborated, “They didn’t put us in a room and indoctrinate us all day long or anything like that,” he explains. “It was in the routine of the place. You didn’t speak anything but English. You went to the white man’s school. You went to the white man’s church. You wore white men’s clothes. All those were built in. It wasn’t a classroom-type lecture. It was ingrained in the system. I worked on a farm so long that I picked up a certain discipline for hard work, to get me where I’m going.”   

Denalda is also a residential school survivor. She cannot remember how she arrived at the school, only that she was there for some part of her childhood. She was also a witness to abuse at her residential school – abuse that may have resulted in the death of a friend.

“I met this older girl who kind of took care of me when I was growing up. She was going to ask her mother to come and take me home to be her little sister,” Denalda recalls. “But it didn’t happen because she got hurt. She got hurt bad. I think somebody hit her against a tree.” 

The education provided at such residential schools was by no means ideal. Emphasis was in manual labor such as agriculture. Higher studies were probably meant for the privileged and ‘civilized’ white Canadian Christian ‘majority’.

The last rehabilitation school was closed in 1996. Since then, details of Canada’s racist past have slowly begun to come to light. Abuse – mental, physical and sexual – was rife and, although research and statistics vary, it is estimated that 6,000 children died in these schools. Some evidence puts the casualties at three times that number. In mid 1990s, Canadian courts ruled in favor of victims suing the Canadian government for compensation.

132 years after the enactment of the Indian Act, the Canadian government, in 2008, launched the Truth and Reconciliation Commission (TRC), which finally enabled survivors to give their testimonies on life in the residential schools. The TRC, after gathering testimony from thousands of former inmates of rehabilitation schools over a period of six years have now put together programs for healing. 

Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, in his message on the occasion of Canada’s 150th Confederation Day on July 01 stated ““As we mark Canada 150, we also recognize that for many, today is not an occasion for celebration. Indigenous Peoples in this country have faced oppression for centuries. As a society, we must acknowledge and apologize for past wrongs, and chart a path forward for the next 150 years – one in which we continue to build our nation-to-nation, Inuit-Crown, and government-to-government relationship with the First Nations, Inuit, and Métis Nation”, hardly an acknowledgement, let alone an apology to a People, for 150 years of oppression.   

The Canadian Tamil community in Toronto paid tribute to Canada during Confederate Day celebrations with a spectacular red and white maple leaf flag formation in Toronto. It was a Bharathanatyam performance by 1,100 dancers and 150 singers, organized by Canadian Tamil Arts and Cultural Organization. They are a community who fled ‘Sinhala Racism’ in Sri Lanka and made Canada their new home, a nation known to welcome migrants of all shades and color. Nevertheless, they need be aware of ‘Canadian Racism’, suffered by the indigenous peoples of Canada for over a century. Some of the notorious ‘residential schools’ were in operation at the time many of them, fleeing ‘Sinhala Racism’, arrived in Canada.   

The Canadian High Commissioner to Sri Lanka Shelly Whiting took a principled stand and boycotted the Victory Parade in 2014, organized by GoSL. In a statement issued to the Island, she stated; “five years after the end of the conflict, the time has arrived for Sri Lanka to move past wartime discourse and to start working seriously towards reconciliation. It is time to mend relations between communities and to ensure that all Sri Lankans can live in dignity and free from discrimination based on ethnic, religious or linguistic identities. Fathers and daughters, sons and mothers, all were victims, who were killed or never returned home at the end of the conflict.” 

There are many traumatized First NationsInuit, and Métis ‘fathers and daughters, sons and mothers’ who were ‘separated and never returned’ to their parents. Some were killed. To celebrate 150th anniversary of Confederation, the formal commencement of the subjugation of indigenous peoples of the land, both in Canada and its embassies overseas, to say the least is hypocritical.

Two wrongs do not make it right. Yet, there is a saying, ‘those who live in glass houses should not throw stones.’

Readers interested in viewing Al Jazeera’s documentary ‘Canada’s dark secret’ may do so by clicking here

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    Mr. Rajaweera Jayaweera
    As someone who lived and worked in Canada, primarily with indigenous people (Status Indians, Non-Status Indians and Metis) what disturbs me about your analysis is the underlying message about “those living in glass houses not throwing stones.”

    I do believe that, as someone who counts many members of the aboriginal communities of Canada as his friends and as one who has worked and stayed in the “isolated communities” of Northern Alberta and, in addition, was actively involved, for better than three decades, with those seeking equity for all Canadians, I bring a significant track record and experience in these matters to this discussion.
    As for main-line Canadian politics, suffice it to say that I was, for many years, involved with the New Democratic Party as an employee, as a campaign organizer in several Provinces and a Territory and while I have had respect for the Trudeaus (Pierre Elliott and son, Justin) I have never supported either the Liberals or the Tories (in whatever garb!)

    I believe you need to come out and clearly state your underlying message as it applies to Sri Lanka: that no one has the right to criticise our nation if they have skeletons in their own cupboards, no matter how old those skeletons are. I would appreciate your response to a relevant question in this regard: do you believe that, because Germany produced Adolf Hitler, Germans have no right to speak to matters of human rights, anti-semitism etc.?

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      Mr van der Poorten

      When a High Commissioner / Ambassador takes a stand, and makes a public statement, he / she is speaking on behalf of the country he / she represents. What is stated reflects official position of the country he / she represents.

      Individuals are free to express opinions which is freedom of expression. However, it is not applicable to representatives of sovereign nations.

      The Canadian High Commissioner’s principled stand of boycotting the Victory Parade in 2014 organized by GoSL, for all intent and purpose was the official position of the Canadian government.
      Canada became a Dominion through a Confederation in 1867. The Indian Act passed in 1876 gave impetus to the state funded residential schools meant to wipe out the culture and religion (whatever they practiced) of indigenous people. Residential schools were not closed down till 1996, long after the well known liberal leader Pierre Elliott Trudeau left office.

      Utilizing the in-depth investigation carried out by Al Jazeera, I have called to question Canada celebrating 150th anniversary of Confederation, the formal commencement of the subjugation of indigenous peoples (in Canada and its embassies overseas) despite the many thousands of victims of residential schools still awaiting restitution. It runs counter to the boycott of Victory Parade in Sri Lanka in 2014.

      Austria and not Germany produced Adolf Hitler. He governed for 12 short years and not 150 years. It is worth reflecting why loved ones of those who fell fighting for the Third Reich, even today, are not permitted to officially mourn their dead. Germany may certainly speak of Human Rights. But it should not be done selectively.

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        Rajeewa Jayaweera—

        Will you now consider writing a piece about my people who had suffered under the descendants of Kallathonies for thousands of years? Further will you also investigate those skeletons which were unearthed in various parts of the island which have no archaeological values as they are recent ones?

        For example Matale pit had 91 skeletons, buried about less than thirty years ago when Gota was the commanding officer of the area. …… several skeletons in Jaffna fort and adjacent stadium, Mannar pits, …………….under every newly constructed Buddha statue in the North East, ……………

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          Native Vaiko Vedda the new arm of T.R.O.

          The Indian parrot or Girawa own the island and you vedda or andamanese are kallathonies.

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        Rajeewa Jayaweera:
        I stand corrected in the matter of Hitler’s place of birth even though that is an interesting “correction” given the fact that Herr Schickelgruber was Chancellor of Germany and, in fact, annexed most of what, subsequently, was referred to as “Eastern Europe,” Austria included, if memory serves me right
        Your nit-picking about the statements of diplomats and the weight they carry etc. does not, in any way, conceal your central premise that no one without a simon-pure track record has the right to be critical of regimes that have, consecutively, proven their bigotry and racism in this country. This began with the disenfranchisement of those who suffered, as little more than slaves, in establishing tea as our primary export-income earner, pulling in more than 90% of the revenue in that category.
        Final question: Do you or do you not acknowledge that racism has been deliberately practiced by consecutive Sri Lankan governments even if not, for obvious reasons, proclaimed policy?

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        Mr. Jayaweera,
        “It is worth reflecting why loved ones of those who fell fighting for the Third Reich, even today, are not permitted to officially mourn their dead. “
        Not quite accurate:

        “Volkstrauertag (German for “people’s day of mourning”) is a public holiday in Germany two Sundays before the first day of Advent. It commemorates members of the German armed forces and civilians who died in armed conflicts, to include victims of violent oppression. It was first observed in its modern form in 1952.”
        Germans are not allowed to mourn Hitler or Nazism. But they can mourn their dead.

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          LIBTURDS; “Khalistani sympathiser”
          two military men at loggerheads. see the similarities. Under Liberal Canadian government anything can happen. Tomorrow The Donald might draw a pipe line for water from Canada.
          Punjab CM vs Canadian defence minister: Politics of a Captain and a Colonel
          One is Canada’s defence minister and the other is the chief minister of a state (Punjab) that has strong connections with the North American country.
          Amarinder has gone on record to say that Sajjan is a “Khalistani sympathiser” and that they will not meet during the latter’s visit to Punjab starting next week. Even though there is no direct proof of Sajjan’s links to Khalistani elements, Amarinder has stuck to his guns.
          http://www.hindustantimes.com/india-news/punjab-cm-vs-canadian-defence-minister-politics-of-a-captain-and-a-colonel/story-9oWJTVCoceA6E7CX8uaz9I.html

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          old codger,

          I am sorry to tell you Rajeewa Jayaweera and research don’t mix. He types as he goes along, no need for fact check as he is another patriot and anti Tamil/Indian. That is more than enough to survive and thrive in this island.

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            “”That is more than enough to survive and thrive in this island.””
            look at his face another frankenstein without the champuka smile.
            even charisma man pan_arab terrorist Nasser got a double heart attack and died after signing the agreement that the US had draughted when he saw the Power of the Power.

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        Rajeewa Jayaweera,
        The more you admonish the white Canadians the more you dig the islands grave. The Demalas could do nothing till Lakawe modayas deported much loved heart patient Bob Rae and Champuka let off steam without cultural sensitivity.
        There the Canadians worked hard to bring that UN resolution with the support of Mauritius. Now mauritius is on the spotlight once again and BoJo asking Indians help. Modi will be modi and Ceylon would go for a duck for sinhalyas to be slaves once more.- Indian security guaranteed forever.
        now go mount the hungry tiger like most sinhala moderates are and be lifted off wholesale by Hanuman and be like the Diego Garcians in the sea.

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        Rajeewa Jayaweera,
        “”When a High Commissioner / Ambassador takes a stand, and makes a public statement, he / she is speaking on behalf of the country he / she represents. What is stated reflects official position of the country he / she represents.””
        Listen to Kenny Rogers The Gambler.
        You’ve got to know when to hold ’em
        Know when to fold ’em
        Know when to walk away
        And know when to run….
        Recently Atul Keshap as prodigy of cornershop Nisha Desai Biswal, instantly stepped out condemning the Venerable Gnanasara actions – I do not believe he had the approval of state department of The Donald. now the rest of the western diplomats followed that message and went over to a mosque protesting against the government of Sri Lanka- I have never seen anything of this sort when colombo tamils were attacked in 1983.
        Have a go at Atul Keshap under the donald please if you think those tree climbing kos atta are big enough. you are sure to receive the support of The Donald.- like Preet Bharara he many go away overnight.

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      Mr Rajeewa Jayaweera

      Long before Canada welcomed our beleaguered Tamil citizens, they gave a home to ALL Sri Lankans who for one reason or another left mother Lanka. All of them shared the Canadian dream. Now Canada, better late than never seeks to rectify the actions of long ago thinking.

      As for ‘those who live in glass houses……’ let us turn our attention to the continuing saga of the long-suffering indigenous peoples of blessed Sri Lanka who gathered in Henanigala to once-again draw attention to their 3000-year old quest to get justice for the indignities heaped on them by the reprobate Vijaya and his followers.

      In the words of one “The majority community has swallowed us. We have been made destitute on our own lands.”

      Mr Jayaweera, are you still thinking of throwing stones?

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        Hard-core left thickheads will always throw stones it’s all in the breed and has nothing to do with literacy or being a linguist.
        Remember the corporal Silva who attacked Rajiv Gandhi?
        He said he would do it again if the opportunity arose.
        3000 is the yarn of the century by the fathers of new Wallawas who hid at Tamil Nadu in women’s skirts. By a stroke of bad luck they were confronted by another Hard Core right thickhead Churchill who had his dear EEIC blitzed by the Japanese and Germans alike.

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    Taken from the Sunday Fines dated February 4th 2018. “As we mark Sri Lanka’s 80 anniversary of independence from the late British Empire, we also recognize that for many, today this is not an occasion for celebration. Indigenous peoples of this island have been cruelly and carefully wiped out by settlers from the neighboring subcontinent leaving little of their once healthy fertile and island wide population alive other than a few tribes numbering a few hundred individuals whose traditional lifestyles and livelihoods and the ecosystems and environments that sustained them have been completely destroyed.

    We apologize to the hundreds and thousands of indentured laborers whose labor built the islands plantation economy have been stripped of their citizenship and been deported and also to the tens of thousands of other immigrant settlers who have been driven out by the Sinhala Buddhist Nationalist ideology and its consequent ethnic discrimination and marginalization of ethnic and religious minorities.

    We apologize to the nation of Thamileelam that our war heroes successfully and victoriously destroyed leaving only a few hundred thousand of its population alive on the island.

    Minorities and indigenous people must understand that this is the way of the world. Look at Canada, look at Australia, look at The United States of America look at all other “civilized” nations. Minorities must learn to take their place and silently and gracefully go into extinction.

    As a society, we must acknowledge and apologize for past wrongs, and chart a path forward for the next 80 years – one in which we continue to build our united Sri Lankan nation state free of the troubles caused by the existence of minorities.

    Of course this is hardly an acknowledgement, let alone an apology to peoples who have been treated in this way.

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      Before shedding crocodile tears for happenings in last and next 80 years, think about happenings to low caste Tamil minority over thousands of years and next hundred years.

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      Like Rip Van Winkle the time traveler or the Illusionist Wiggie and the rest of the hindus at colombo hero worshiped?? 1948-2018= 70 years. So ten year prediction of Peelam propaganda. At a Tamil capital Sydney of Australia”! : The colombo Bishop’s reply was amusing. According to him it is the Tamils abroad who clamour for militancy, violence and Eelam.

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    This kind of article is so immature.

    We are talking about things that happened so many years ago. Romans were cruel, mongols even more cruel, the imposition of a Muslim rule on the teeming Indian masses by the Moghuls was undemocratic etc. Historically it is most unlikely that various Indian groups that came to Sri Lanka in ancient times treated the indigenous “Veddhas” living here with great respect.It seems we have always had slaves, servants and lower castes . Was that good ?

    Again does that mean we cannot talk about injustices now ?

    Canada has offered millions political and economic refuge.

    How many people have have come to Sri Lanka for refuge?

    How many people have gone to Qatar the home of the TV channel Al Jazeera for refuge for political and religious persecution ?

    But the question is , what is happening now? It is something we are all directly or indirectly responsible for.

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    So Mr. Jayaweera, you have an issue with the Canadian HC not attending the victory parade in 2009 and have chosen to draw a straight line to actions from a century ago by the British colonial administration in Canada? Canada’s issue in 09 was not the victory but how it was won. That is a stink we are still trying to get rid of. We all love the victory part of it but decisions were made that still must be explained. Let Sri Lankans explain to Sri Lankans why they behaved in atrocious ways towards other Sri Lankans just because they looked or spoke differently. Don’t try to hang a maple leaf instead of an amudey, to help cover up!

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    Could not make out the message Rajeewa is trying to convey. Anything to do with the Lankan predicament?
    Treatment of aborigines by colonizers has always been most irreligious and uncivilized.
    Australians take the cake here. In the recent past Australians used to go aborigine hunting. Now Australia is waiting for aborigines to destroy themselves. The way Australia treats asylum seekers is inhuman.

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      Mr Pillai

      All I am trying to convey is, boycotting Victory Parade in 2014 whilst celebrating 150 years of Confederacy is contradictory. Whereas The Indian Act was enacted in 1876, it’s unjust policies were in practice till as recently as 1996. Under the circumstances Canada is not qualified to pass judgement on Sri Lanka or any other nation on Human Rights.

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        Rajeewa Jayaweera:
        Out of the racist woodwork, it seems! Hardly deserves further comment in the context of what several other readers of your racist rhetoric have had to say.
        Incidentally, murder was NOT among the practices adopted by the colonial government of Canada in their efforts to “civilize” the aboriginal children of Canada or did you think you could slip that in so that Sri Lankan racism could be buried/concealed with that one more half-truth?

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      “”The way Australia treats asylum seekers is inhuman.””
      The libtards of the west introduced Human Rights rather vigorously to get the block votes to stay in power for life Human Rights to cover the weakness of minorities/immigrants who though they spoke english fluently brought in their way of doing things and degraded the quality of life.
      Brexit the immigrants voted anti white and we lost the hospitality of the white europeans in the tourist industry, hospitals care etc- So theresa May categorically stated the 3 million would stay and we would apply the dutch principle of extended stay which is still in practice for EU member states.
      Theresa May’s Home Office van that ran across Asian areas carried the Banner – Go back where you come from`- hello block vote down under.??
      Remember the deal tip cut ladies man Obama had with Australian PM ? Now what happened to the kangaroo ??

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    Under the circumstances Canada is not qualified to pass judgement on Sri Lanka or any other nation on Human Rights. -Rajeewa Jayaweera
    It is true that the First Nation and others were treated inhumanly till 1996. Today, Canada is making ample amends for the way they behaved in the past. Prime Ministers have apologised for ill-treating the natives. We all make mistakes, but the difference is to own up the mistakes and take remedial action. In 1948 a million estate workers of Tamil origin were deprived of their citizenship and voting rights. Later 625,000 of them born and bred in Ceylon were extradited to Tamil Nadu between 1966-68 like cattle.
    Thus far, no apology from the rulers of Ceylon in regard to the massacre of Tamils in their thousands in 1956, 1958, 1977, 1979, 1981 and 1983.
    In Canada diversity is its strength. It has succeeded—culturally, politically, economically—because of the diversity, not in spite of it. Canada’s Immigration Minister is a Somalian who came to this country as a refugee in 1993 and the Defence Minister is a Sikh of Indian origin.
    The Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms enacted in 1982 is a model Constitution for the rest of the world. Here are some protections that the Charter guarantees:
    • freedom of religion, of thought, of expression, of the press and of peaceful assembly
    • right to participate in political activities and the right to a democratic government
    • freedom to move around and live within Canada, and to leave Canada
    • legal rights such as the right to life, liberty and security
    • equality rights
    • language rights
    • Unlike Canada, Ceylon is a theocratic tribal state, economically backward, politically bankrupt, riddled with corruption, bribery, nepotism etc.
    • There is no comparison between the two.

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      Thanga:
      Thank you for that. As one who lived and worked in Canada I cannot but espouse what you have had to say, though my praise would not be so fulsome because I suffered some “slings and arrows” for having been a member and activist in the New Democratic Party in what was then the capital of the “Land of the Blue-Eyed Sheikhs,” Alberta!
      Jayaweera’s is simply a “more civilized” attempt to justify the racist practices of the current lot and their predecessors, garbing it in academic verbiage.

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        “Alberta!” Like the adivasi of India seated on heaps of minerals aluminium etc So even Booker Prize winner M/s Roy turned around finally to be booed at Freedom House London.
        Alberta aboriginal seated on shale oil is no different- what does big chief and his clan do in the reserves? Gamble and Drink – Life is Paradox!

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    Why talk about other countries? What has Sri Lanka done to the aboriginals of our country?

    The Father of the Sinhala nation used the aboriginal princess Kuveni to get a foothold in the country and seized power by annihilating most of those aboriginal natives. Once he had achieved that, he abandoned Kuveni and his two children to marry a princess from the royal family of India (a Pandyan princess of Madurai). His followers married women from the land of this princess and from this union sprang the Sinhala race. Kuveni then went back to her clan, only to be put to death for the crime of betraying the country its people to Vijaya. The poor aboriginal Veddhas (the original natives) had to live in the jungle forever.

    It is said that in her dying moments, Kuveni cursed Vijaya and the entire Sinhala race stating that no ruler would ever be able to rule the island without bloodshed and strife. Of the 54 rulers recounted in the Mahavamsa, 22 were murdered by their successors; 11 were overthrown; 13 killed were killed in battle and 6 were assassinated. Every time when the Chola and Pandya invaded, there was enough bloodshed. The Sinhala race is a cursed race, if you are born a Sinhalese, then you are already a part of this curse and you have no choice but to suffer.

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    “”Al Jazeera, Doha based media network, after extensive research, produced a documentary titled ‘Canada’s Dark Secret’, giving details of a program by Canada’s predominantly white majority government to assimilate the aborigine children into the dominant Euro Canadian and Christian culture. The program begins thus;””

    The hardcore of Al Jazeera live in the UK and they the have not jewish libturds with camera running with the journalist..
    So whom to believe because they sleep with even the 7/7 perpetrators provide them new mosques saying these are community centres from UK taxpayers funds and the power they wield.

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    Rajeewa Jayaweera,
    Well established fact that it was corporate raiders like Clive the Nabob that ruled the subcontinent.
    Queen Victoria never set foot on the sub continent though she was the Empress of India.
    Now go fetch because even malabari Tharoor is not getting the support of the Indian Government or its opposition.
    the Gallant Scots built Canada not the english who run its politics of today.
    Former servitude labour brought in by the Portuguese from 1498 to 1970 better go back to your ambude days and start climbing the trees- Coconuts plenty then and export.

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    White lot who try to teach us humanity violated it grossly or completely.it seems. my surprise is our tamil commentators like RSS and others still not make claim skeleton found is dravidian tamil. it is a big surprise for me. as per them whatever ancient thing found anywhere in the world is or are dravidians but nobody else, ha..ha…ha…………ha…………………………….

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    It is hilarious but sad to see how some people like this writer’s mindset is formed, very childish even though he looks quite old. They say just because someone is “grown-up” by chronological age doesn’t mean they are “grown-up” mentally. Age is no guarantee of maturity and this article is a very good example.

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