Genocide of Native Americans Ongoing [as British as Crumpets & Tea] Rooted in British Empire Racism & Covered Up By the Empire’s Media


In the decade before Gabby Petito disappeared, 710 Indigenous people went missing in Wyoming

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The disappearance of Gabby Petito became a national sensation on social media and in the media. But hundreds of Indigenous people — the majority of them women — have disappeared in the state where her body was found without drawing much, if any, attention.a group of people wearing costumes: (Rick Egan | The Salt Lake Tribune)  Carl Moore arranges names of murdered and missing Indigenous women and girlsvat the Indigenous Peoples Day celebration on Monday, Oct. 12, 2020.© Rick Egan (Rick Egan | The Salt Lake Tribune) Carl Moore arranges names of murdered and missing Indigenous women and girlsvat the Indigenous Peoples Day celebration on Monday, Oct. 12, 2020.

At least 710 Indigenous people disappeared in Wyoming from 2011 to 2020, according to a report issued in January by the state’s Missing and Murdered Indigenous People Task Force. Disappearances were reported in 22 of the state’s 23 counties; 57% were women or girls; and 85% were juveniles.

Petito’s body was discovered Sunday near Grand Teton National Park, eight days after she was reported missing. And the search for her fiance, Brian Laundrie — a “person of interest” in her disappearance and death — continues. And the case continues to make headlines.

According to the report, 11% of missing Indigenous people were found within a day, 50% were found within a week, and 21% were missing for 30 days or longer. Only 11% of white people remained missing for that long.

Among the data in the report:

• 30% of Indigenous homicide victims made the news, compared to 51% of white victims. Just 18% of the murders of Indigenous women and girls were reported in newspapers.

• From 2000 to 2020, 21% of the murder victims in Wyoming were Indigenous people, who make up 3% of the state’s population.

• Between 2010 and 2019, the homicide rate among Indigenous people was eight times the homicide rate of white people in Wyoming. It was 6.4 times higher among Indigenous women than white women.

The task force concludes that “the true number of MMIP [missing and murdered Indigenous persons] in Wyoming is likely higher than what this report conveys” because of “striking inconsistencies” in reporting and data, which have “aided the creation of a faulty narrative that results in the underreporting of the scope of the MMIP epidemic.”

“Sadly, these findings are not unique to Wyoming,” the report states. “…The pervasiveness of the problem suggests that the MMIP crisis is systemic.”

My Comment: The Natives are basically in internment camps/reservations and the gov’t hides the real numbers of missing people who mainly go missing on Gov’t/federal land. They are being abducted and being used in MILAB (military laboratory) evil experiments and then slaughtered military style. Since the criminals behind this Genocide OWN the media there is no reporting. We live under a Satanic demonocracy run by the cruel and evil British-Dutch Satanic Empire. The Media is owned by the Rothschild ZIONISTS and their friend and business partner Rupert Murdoch. The Rothschild ZIONISTS are intermarried with the British Royals who speak German and stole the crown a long time ago.

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MtaeStgrchou 1n2,s 2a0r14  · Lest We forget: The Starving of Indigenous Children in Canada as a Government Experiment during the 1940s…As a 10-year-old boy, Alvin Dixon remembers having to milk cows during his stay at a residential school in Port Alberni, B.C. Yet, he was always fed only powdered milk. Dixon, who is now 76 years old, was forcibly taken from his family in Bella Bella, on British Columbia’s northwest coast, when he was a child and relocated to Port Alberni, B.C., where he said he and many of his classmates were starved. “We would be so hungry and we would steal these potatoes [from farmers’ fields] and eat it raw,” he told CBC News. Recently published research suggests Dixon’s experiences were part of a long-standing, government-run experiment designed by researchers to test the effects of malnutrition. The research by food historian Ian Mosby has revealed the experiments involved at least 1,300 aboriginal people, most of them children. In 1947, plans were developed for research on about 1,000 hungry aboriginal children in six residential schools in Port Alberni, B.C., Kenora, Ont., Schubenacadie, N.S., and Lethbridge, Alta. One school deliberately held milk rations for two years to less than half the recommended amount in order to get a “baseline” reading for when the allowance was increased. At another, children were divided into one group that received vitamin, iron and iodine supplements and one group that didn’t, according to Mosby’s research. One school depressed levels of vitamin B1 to create another baseline before levels were boosted. A special enriched flour that couldn’t legally be sold elsewhere in Canada under food adulteration laws was used on children at another school. And, so that all the results could be properly measured, one school was allowed none of those supplements. “The term ‘guinea pig’ comes to mind quite quickly and readily, because that’s what we were, I guess,” said Dixon, who recalls having to fill out forms about his food consumption. By the time he reached high school, Dixon said he remembers being smaller compared to his non-aboriginal classmates. Malnutrition experiments began in Manitoba According to Mosby’s research, the experiments began with a 1942 visit by government researchers to a number of remote reserve communities in northern Manitoba, including places such as The Pas and Norway House. They found people who were hungry, beggared by a combination of the collapsing fur trade and declining government support. They also found a demoralized population marked by, in the words of the researchers, “shiftlessness, indolence, improvidence and inertia.”The researchers suggested those problems — “so long regarded as inherent or hereditary traits in the Indian race” — were in fact the results of malnutrition.Instead of recommending an increase in support, the researchers decided that isolated, dependent, hungry people would be ideal subjects for tests on the effects of different diets.First Nation councillor demands apologyToday, the chief councillor of the Tseshaht First Nation in Port Alberni demanded an apology from the federal government.“Canada has been sitting on this and hiding this information from the aboriginal people now since it first happened in the ’40s and ’50s,” said Hugh Braker, who added that the band is horrified by the revelations.“There needs to be an apology done to the victims of the experimentation,” he added.Cliff Atleo, president of the Nuu-Chah-nulth Tribal Council, said he wants all information about the tests to be made available to the Truth and Reconciliation Commission, which is studying the legacy of Canada’s residential schools.“It’s hard not to get sick to the stomach, given that we are dealing with children at these schools, ” he said.“This story … is really going to open up some old wounds, and scars that really run deep in our communities.”Source: Warrior Publications

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