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Hidden History

Published: November 16, 2010, Author: JayTaber

Reverend Kevin Annett has had a long-running war with church and
state in exposing high crimes perpetrated against Canada’s indigenous
peoples. Earlier battles included losing his parish, his family, and his
academic career.

More recently, as he has taken his fight to the Vatican and an
international tribunal over the Canadian Holocaust, Annett has lost his
radio program in Vancouver and suffered violent attacks by agents he
believes are working with the RCMP.

As his ground-breaking book Hidden from History recently began disappearing
from libraries across Canada, Annett has decided to publish the
revelatory account of Canadian genocide online. Given how much pressure
Annett has brought to bear on church and state authorities responsible
for the deaths of thousands of Indian children, perhaps he should form a
partnership with Wikileaks entrepreneur Julian Assange.

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