CANADA TREATED ABORGINALS MUCH MORE POORLEY THEN AMERICA DID!

Have you have read Jane Eye, Oliver Twist,  Nicholas Nickbely or another nasty boarding school/orphanage classical stories ?  If you have these real-life “schools” the Aboriginals were sent too were as much as horrible as the classical boarding schools! kids were taking away from the familes at young as age 4, and were not allowed to talk, with other Aborignals  or if they have siblings at the same school,  not able to do anything with them (including talking) Note: the following information is given to me by my mom , who knew someone who expericened a school first-handed.

Each Christmas, each Aboringal child who could read (and those who couldn’t too)  was  given a book and the children who were able to read rotated thir e books around so that all the children who could read, all the books avabile (they had to learn how to read on their own).   The aborignal  boys were forced to go out and do farm work while the  girls were forced on learning how to do laundy and sewing.  Only 4 days of each 12 months were they allowed to be in a class and “learn”  (How much did you think they learned in four days of every month in a year? ).

They were allowed to go outside into the wired area ” playground”  and there was nothing to play with so they were forced to walkaround in circles (like Jane Eyre boarding school) and years later you still were able to see the impressions on the ground wore in.

For this woman, the worst part was loneliness because she wasn’t able to have any contact with her sister at all.

Luckily this woman and her sister’s parents came and got them.

Many others didn’t see their parents for 10 years after leaving them. And could not any longer communicate with them or with grandparents.

The white people were trying to “kill the Aboriginal in the child “.

http://www.collectionscanada.gc.ca/native-residential/020012-2000-e.html

HEY MARE HOW DO YOU LIKE THAT!  THIS ISN’T FOR PIECEMEAL ANY LONGER!

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