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Genocide Denial in Canada By John Bart Gerald

2.11.16

Genocide Denial in Canada
By John Bart Gerald
: [nightslantern.ca] On his return from attempting to stop the terrible slaughter of Rwandans there was no official to welcome home Canada's General Romeo Dallaire. In his recent memoir, Waiting For First Light: My Ongoing Battle with PTSD,(1) Dallaire reveals that his return also began a pattern of suicide attempts, blamed on ptsd, perhaps survivor's guilt, but which these years later might be traced more accurately to his reluctance to understand that the people who sent him to Rwanda did not care for humanity. Dallaire, a protector, continues to affirm Canada's adherence to a code of genocide prevention, on paper, and as a Senior Fellow contributes to the Montreal Institute for Genocide and Human Rights Studies. It is the major Genocide prevention NGO in Canada, but noted for coincidences of policy with those of the U.S. State Department and Canadian foreign service. Any MIGS project concerned with the genocide of U.S. or Canadian Aboriginal peoples, or of Palestinians is hard to find. Our society's intransigence of not caring, hardens.


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