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Monday, October 13, 2008

Women who disappear in Canada, and the RCMP The Women who the RCMP (who were involved in their disappearance) admit have disappeared (out of more than 500 who actually have across B.C.):

Mona Wilson

Sereena Abotsway

Brenda Wolfe

Jennifer Furminger

Patricia Johnson

Diane Rock

Andrea Josebury

Helen Hallmark

Georgina Papin

Sarah deVries

Sherry Irving

Inga Hall

Heather Chinnock

Angela Jardine

Marnie Frey

Most of these women were taken to the Picton Farm in Coquitlam and tortured-murdered there. Ten of the last twelve were accompanied there by RCMP officers. Three of these women - Angela Jardine, Sarah DeVries, and Serena Abotsway - had, just before their murder, given testimony at our Indian residential school hearings in Vancouver, concerning pedophile rings operating in United Church residential schools, and still in existence today at the Vancouver Club and other locations. CBC

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My Canada includes rights of Indigenous Peoples.

Two Row Wampum Treaty

Two Row Wampum Treaty
"It is said that, each nation shall stay in their own vessels, and travel the river side by side. Further, it is said, that neither nation will try to steer the vessel of the other." This is a treaty among Indigenous Nations, and with Canada. This is the true nature of our relationships with Indigenous Nations of 'Kanata'.