Feb 1, 2016 – Over 50,000 Native Children Were Tortured, Sexually Abused and Some Murdered at Canadian Church Run Indian Residential Schools by Damon Corrie
OVER 50,000 NATIVE CHILDREN WERE TORTURED, SEXUALLY ABUSED AND SOME MURDERED AT CANADIAN CHURCH RUN INDIAN RESIDENTIAL SCHOOLS – AND THE QUEEN OF ENGLAND WAS FOUND CULPABLE FOR THE DISAPPEARANCE OF 10 NATIVE CHILDREN SHE TOOK HERSELF IN PERSON AND WERE NEVER SEEN AGAIN!
DON’T THINK IT WAS ONLY PEDOPHILE PRIESTS & NUNS THAT HAVE THE BLOOD OF NATIVE CHILDREN ON THEIR HANDS! THE ‘ROYAL’ BLOODLINES – THE GREATEST PARASITES OF HUMANITY – AND NOT THE ‘BENEVOLENT SOULS’ THAT THEY APPEAR TO BE TO THEIR FANS WHO IDOLIZE THEM – SHARE THIS GUILT AS WELL!
In the second week of May 2014, British soldier Vivian Cunningham was drugged and institutionalized against his will. Apparently, his “crime” on May 6 was daring to ask superiors about Queen Elizabeth’s outstanding arrest warrant concerning the 10 missing Canadian native children that disappeared in her company. The Queen is ‘untouchable’ because of the powers that be that protect her – and share in her esoteric activities.
The order to arrest Queen Elizabeth was issued in 2013 by six judges of the International Common Law Court of Justice in Brussels.
After nearly a year of litigation, Queen Elizabeth and her husband, Prince Phillip, were found guilty in the disappearance of ten native children from the Catholic-run Kamloops residential school in British Columbia. Grieving parents haven’t seen their children since they left for a picnic with the Royal couple on Oct. 10 1964.
‘Conveniently’ the last native eyewitnesses in Canada ‘died’ just before they could give evidence in Court against the Queen and Prince Phillip.
The aboriginal man who claimed to witness the abduction of ten fellow residential school children by the Queen of England and her husband in October, 1964 at the Catholic school in Kamloops, B.C. has died suddenly at the Catholic-run St. Paul’s Hospital in Vancouver.
William Combes, age 59 and in good health, was scheduled to be a primary witness at the opening session of the International Tribunal into Crimes of Church and State (ITCCS) on September 12 in London, England.
I last saw William ten days ago, on the eve of my departure for a European speaking tour, and he looked better than I had seen him in years.
According to his partner Mae, William was in stable health and was assigned a new doctor at St. Paul’s Hospital this past week. William was then committed to the hospital for “tests”, and his health began to immediately deteriorate. He died suddenly yesterday of a still-undisclosed cause.
The Vancouver Coroner’s Office refuses to comment on William’s death.
William was the sole survivor of a group of three aboriginal boys who claim to have witnessed the abduction of ten children during a royal visit to the Kamloops residential school in mid October, 1964, when both the Queen and Prince Philip were in Canada.
“They took away those ten kids and nobody ever saw them again” described William, in several public statements made over the airwaves of my former Vancouver Co-op radio program, and in the following signed and witnessed declaration made on February 3, 2010:
HERE IS THE TESTIMONY HE GAVE BEFORE HE DIED:
“I am an Interior Salish spirit dancer and am 58 years old. I live in Vancouver, Canada.
I am a survivor of the Kamloops and Mission Indian residential schools, both run by the Roman Catholic church. I suffered terrible tortures there at the hands especially of Brother Murphy, who killed at least two children. I witnessed him throw a child off a three story balcony to her death. He put me on a rack and broke some of my bones, in the Kamloop school basement, after I tried running away.
I also saw him and another priest burying a child in the school orchard one night.
In October, 1964 when I was 12 years old, I was an inmate at the Kamloops school and we were visited by the Queen of England and Prince Phillip. I remember it was strange because they came by themselves, no big fanfare or nothing. But I recognized them and the school principal told us it was the Queen and we all got given new clothes and good food for the first time in months the day before she arrived.
The day the Queen got to the school, I was part of a group of kids that went on a picnic with her and her husband and some of the priests, down to a meadow near Dead Man’s Creek. I remember it was weird because we all had to bend down and kiss her foot, a white laced boot.
After awhile, I saw the Queen leave the picnic with ten children from the school, and those kids never returned. We never heard anything more about them and never met them again even when we were older. They were all from around there but they all vanished.
The group that disappeared was seven boys and three girls, in age from six to fourteen years old. They were all from the smart group in class. Two of the boys were brothers and they were Metis from Quesnel. Their last name was Arnuse or Arnold. I don’t remember the others, just an occasional first name like Cecilia and there was an Edward.
What happened was also witnessed by my friend George Adolph, who was 11 years old at the time and a student there too. But he’s dead now.”