No Human Remains Found TWO YEARS After Claims Of ‘Mass Graves’ Of Indigenous Children In Canada

Written by Sir John, Eh! on September 1, 2023

Could this be the hoax of the century?

While the U.S. has to seemingly perpetually grapple with what the Libs have called the “Original Sin of Slavery”, Canada does the same with Indigenous relations.

And to be frank, most governments — both Liberal and Conservative — have pretty much failed on this file since Confederation in 1867.

There are complex issues at play with First Nations in Canada, and they largely go unaddressed. Conservatives are accused of being racist for attempting to address the issues, and Liberals don’t want to touch them with a 10-meter pole lest they be accused of being bigots like the Conservatives. And so, the status quo is maintained.

The Liberals — the “natural governing party” in Canada — is now trying to virtue-signal to their far-Left base that there’s some deep reckoning that needs to happen because Canada is a racist, genocidal nation, but they somehow have to distance their party from it. They are doing this by blaming the “dead white men” and Christian churches.

For the past two years, this narrative has been push by Leftist politicians and activists aided by absolute garbage reporting by the Canadian Regime Media.

It was embraced by the Prime Minister himself as he made sure to take the opportunity for a photo op at an alleged grave site while holding a teddy bear…

… and around the world with even Pope Francis weighing in and apologizing for the Catholic Church’s role in the alleged “genocide.”

Protests and images like the one below were shared everywhere.

In the wake of the claims of “genocide”, the Indigenous “Land Back” movement is gaining momentum — and no one really understands what that would mean. For decades, there have been Indigenous land claims made on large swaths of Canada and demands that the land should be returned to various groups. How exactly would ceding land back to First Nations groups work, and what does that mean for the people who currently own land in those places?

This “genocide” narrative has caused a number of hate crimes against Christian churches that was dismissed by the Prime Minister and one of his top advisors as “understandable.”

ClashDaily reported on the aftermath of the claim of mass graves at former residential school sites when churches all over Western Canada were vandalized and burned.

Media, Politicians Don’t Care Much That 50+ Churches In Canada Have Been Vandalized Or Set On Fire Since May

What many people failed to realize was that no human remains were actually found at any of these sites because no shovel had hit the ground to verify the results from the ground-penetrating radar that detected soil disturbances in the areas where graves had been suspected to be located.

That all changed this summer when an indigenous group known as Pine Creek First Nation decided to actually see if the remains could be found. The group excavated 14 sites in the basement of Our Lady of Seven Sorrows Catholic Church near the Pine Creek Residential School in Manitoba, and they found… nothing.

After two years of horror stories about the alleged mass graves of Indigenous children at residential schools across Canada, a series of recent excavations at suspected sites has turned up no human remains.
Some academics and politicians say it’s further evidence that the stories are unproven…
…“I don’t like to use the word hoax because it’s too strong but there are also too many falsehoods circulating about this issue with no evidence,” Jacques Rouillard, a professor emeritus in the Department of History at the Université de Montréal, told The Post Wednesday.
Nonetheless, he welcomes more excavations because of the enormous adverse publicity and stain left on Canada after the first reports of the alleged mass graves.
“This has all been very dark for Canada. We need more excavations so we can know the truth,” Rouillard said. “Too much was said and decided upon before there was any proof.”
Source: New York Post

Here is Chief Derek Nepinak of the Minegoziibe Anishinabe explaining that there was “no conclusive evidence of human remains” in the church basement.

He looks almost disappointed.

That’s kind of weird. You’d think that there would be relief that horrific crimes weren’t perpetrated on children.

This is what happens when your narrative is more important than the supposed victims or even simply the truth.

The thing is, the narrative itself is a lie and rooted deeply in racism.

In an excellent opinion piece in True North, Hymie Rubenstein explains the roots of the narrative behind the mass graves hoax and explains how an excommunicated United minister became a wellspring of conspiracy theories about the evils that were perpetrated against indigenous peoples in Canada.

Rubenstein goes on to explain how this “residential schools blood libel” is just a revamp of the old blood libel against Jewish people.

But the indigenous genocide blood libel — that countless children were murdered Nazi-style in Indian Residential Schools as part of a plot to wipe out all aboriginals— did not begin with stories by unnamed and unknown indigenous knowledge keepers, as most people assume…what was originally a blood libel against Jewish people was re-jigged by a white man, a defrocked United Church of Canada minister named Kevin Arnett…
… Annett has been peddling outrageous lies for years such as: in the 1930s, a team of German doctors arrived at the Kuper Island Indian residential school and began conducting strange medical experiments on the children. Employing large hypodermic needles, they injected some sort of toxin directly into the chests of the school’s young inmates, and several were killed as a result, Nazi-style; in the 1950s and 1960s, aboriginal children at a Vancouver Island medical research facility were tortured with electrodes implanted in their skulls. At least one child was beaten to death with a whip fitted with razors, again a Nazi-like practice; at the Hobbema and Saddle Lake Indian residential schools in Alberta, children were incinerated in furnaces just like the Jews; at St. Anne’s Indian residential school in Fort Albany, Ontario, children were executed in an electric chair; at McGill University in Montreal, there is a mass grave containing the bodies of aboriginal children killed in experiments undertaken by the Central Intelligence Agency’s top-secret MK-ULTRA program as was done at the infamous Nazi concentration camp at Auschwitz.

Rubenstein goes on to say that the mass graves hysteria that began when reports of 215 unmarked graves were “found” by ground penetrating radar in Kamloops, British Columbia in May 2021 was cut from the same cloth.

The blood libel that Annett stoked for decades culminated in the hysteria over the “mass graves.”

Parroted claims were then made by dozens of indigenous communities across the country –accusations that priests had murdered, poisoned, and secretly buried “tens of thousands” of indigenous children.
And, bizarrely, these claims were all wrapped in language that summoned images of that worst of all anti-Semitic tropes – the Holocaust. All living residential school students – even those who had expressed gratitude for their residential school educations – are called “Survivors” as if they were remotely equivalent to the handful of concentration camp survivors who escaped the Holocaust. If anything, this analogy is profoundly antisemitic.
Conversely, anyone challenging these fantastic claims is called a “residential school denialist,” another hateful analogy, this time to Holocaust denial. And, of course, the entire residential school project is now termed a “genocide,” a horrible mockery of the lives of the tens of millions murdered in proven genocides…
…So, just as Europe was possessed for hundreds of years by the spurious belief that Jews murdered Christian children to obtain their blood, Canada has now reverted to a Dark Ages nation where tens of thousands of indigenous children are believed to have been murdered and secretly buried by evil priests whose remains no one is allowed to unearth.
Source: True North

Large swaths of the Canadian press went along with this narrative, and just a handful of brave journalists dared to push back. One of the greats is veteran journalist Terry Glavin who has been on the story since the get-go.

Last May, he blasted the global media for getting it wrong.

The year of the graves: How the world’s media got it wrong on residential school graves

There’s vindication for Terry, it seems.

But where do we go from here?

This is a much larger problem — how do we trust the media when they run a narrative instead of the truth?

Sir John, Eh!
Sir John, Eh! is ClashDaily's anonymous Canadian Correspondent who brings the Canuck perspective while reporting on what's going on in Justin Trudeau's woketopia.