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Original title: Scandal reappeared in Canadian aboriginal boarding school British expert: Double standards on human rights issues in Western countries
The Russian Today website recently published an analysis article by Tom Foday, a British political and international relations analyst. The article pointed out that several hundred unnamed graves were recently discovered near the site of an aboriginal school in Canada, but Western countries have remained silent on this. This is a typical double standard approach on human rights issues.
Tom Fody said that at the end of May this year, the remains of 215 aboriginal children were found on the site of an aboriginal boarding school in Kamloops, Canada. Later, 751 unmarked graves were found near the site of an Aboriginal school in Saskatchewan. These findings reveal a dark history of serious human rights violations in Canada.
Foday said that this happened in CanadaFor the matter, a simple apology seems to be sufficient, and the perpetrator did not bear any actual responsibility. And if things happen in China, then Western countries will definitely condemn this as “crimes against humanity” or even “genocide.” On the issue of human rights, this is a typical double standard in Western countries.
After the founding of the Canadian Federation, a boarding school system for indigenous children was gradually established in an attempt to forcibly “assimilate” the indigenous people. A report published by the Canadian Truth and Reconciliation Commission in 2015 showed that from the 1840s to the 1990s, at least 150,000 Native American children such as Indians, Inuit, and Métis were forcibly sent to boarding schools. . Boarding schools cruelly abused indigenous children, and at least 3,200 children were tortured to death.
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