Indian Residential School System : A Blood Stain On Canadian Culture And Government
Indian Residential School System
The Indian residential schools (IRS) were domestic terrorism hubs and locations ordained by the Canadian government and churches which were operated and enforced by White Canadians. While they claimed to have a legitimate reason for existing and operating, they brought no good to majority of the estimated 150, 000 children that attended the institutions. The motto “kill the Indian in the child” stains even the best intentions of the IRS. Children were forced out of their homes and communities who then were made to live in stressful and dreadful conditions. The purpose of these institutions was to force children to assimilate, conform and kill of Native Canadian culture, customs and possibly race.
The idea came from the US system of its poisonous savagery attempts to reform and or kill off the “Indian”. In Canada, the system had roots in laws secured in place sometime before Confederation.…