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May 28, 2017 Nightslantern suppressed news, Slovakia:
      Slovakia: The European Roma Rights Centre has released a video showing police entering a Roma community in Zborove Slovakia and randomly attacking people: So far this year Romani peoples from Slovakia, Hungary, and the Czech Republic, countries which currently are visa exempt for entry to Canada, report being stopped from boarding flights to Canada when flying from Germany, Belgium, England, Poland. According to Canadian regulations (EN 15) Airlines carrying "improperly documented" foreigners to Canada can be fined $3200/person plus administration fees. Due to a history of severe repression of Roma in Slovakia an early genocide warning for Roma in Europe is specifically noted for this country (ie. previous).    Partial sources online: "Slovakia: Police Attack Roma Community: children and Elderly Injured," ERRC, My 24, 2017, ICARE; "Obligations of transporters (ENF 15)," current, Immigration Refugees and Citizenship Canada; "Roma say they’re being barred from flights to Canada," Nicholas Keung, May 6, 2017,
May 28, 2017,  Argentina: a recent Supreme Court decision extended a legal technicality which may allow the early release of hundreds of former army and intelligence personnel punished for atrocities while participating in Operation Condor. On May 10th 200,000 people went to the streets in protest. Operation Condor murdered civilians innocent of any crime and is thought to have killed 30,000 Argentine dissenters, leftists, labour leaders - opponents of the regime, and 50,000 throughout the Americas. Supported by the CIA the military program was primarily managed by Chile and Argentina but Brazil, Uruguay, Paraguay, and Bolivia as well. In the 1970s and 80s Argentina intervened on the side of right wing oppression in Nicaragua, Honduras, El Salvador and Guatemala - see "Operation Charly" Wikipedia. Argentina's incipient fascism was evident when Juan Perón strongly encouraged German and Vichy French Nazi immigration after WWII. Nazi escape lines to Argentina for war criminals were run by the Catholic church. Increasing evidence of Church complicity with the dictatorship during Argentina's 'dirty war' isn't surprising. Priests who worked for the poor could not be disappeared by the military without approval of their Bishops, and the current Pope Francis of Argentina remains accused of turning over two Jesuit priests to torture and death (both were saved). In previously classified U.S. materials released to Argentina Operation Condor appears more ambitious than initially understood. Reports released under the Obama administration revealed Operation Condor's targeting of human rights proponents in Europe as well as the Americas, including leaders of Amnesty International. The CIA seems to have been in the loop and one awaits reports which offer names and dates of specific connections. Other reports confirm the Nixon administration and Henry's Kissinger's direct involvement in the Chilean coup. A report released Dec. 12, 2016 reveals Pinochet's secret police (DINA) received instruction from ex Gestapo at La Dignidad, a Nazi colony in southern Chile. Background: 1, 2, 3, 4.   Partial sources online: "Operation Condor: Officials of Amnesty International Targeted for 'Liquidation'," ed. Carlos Osorio and Peter Kornbluh, Dec. 14, 2016, National Security Archive Electronic Briefing Book No. 572; "Argentines protest Supreme Court ruling on Dirty War sentences," May 11, 2017, Reuters; "Trump Continues U.S. Declassified Diplomacy with Argentina," ed. Carlos Osorio, April 27, 2017, National Security Archive Electronic Briefing Book No. 588; "Argentina Releases Dictatorship Doctor Who Helped Steal Babies," May 7, 2017, Telesur; "Nazis Trained and Supported Chile’s Operation Condor Activities," Ian Greenhalgh, Dec. 18, 2016, Veterans Today; "In Argentina, Leniency for a 'Dirty War' Criminal Spurs Outrage," Rut Diamint and Laura Tedesco, May 26, 2017,
J.B.Gerald, nightslantern suppressed news.
      May 28, 2017, Nunavut: In what becomes a yearly ritual, a new report notes the crisis in "food insecurity" of Nunavut, requiring "remedial action". "Food insecurity" can mean anything from lacking adequate nourishment to starvation, but without having to be specific. The phrase is favoured by government and academic reports. This gradual starvation of Aboriginal peoples is noted repeatedly. The CBC reported in April 2016 that "food insecurity" in Nunavut had reached record levels, and that 60% of the children were living in "food insecure" circumstances. Before that, in October 2013 James Anaya, the UN Special Rapporteur on Indigenous rights summed up all the problems of Canada's Aboriginal people to find them living "in crisis". In May of 2012 the UN's Special Rapporteur on the Right to Food, Olivier De Schutter, visited Canada as the first NATO country ever to require a visit, to find the Aboriginal peoples rights and access to food, insecure. A genocide warning continues. While the Convention on Genocide has legal standing in Canada the current government is not likely to allow its application.    Partial sources online: "Nunavut, Northwest Territories food insecurity reaches record level: study,"  John Van Dusen, April 07, 2016, CBC News; "Food insecurity in Nunavut 'should be considered a national crisis,' expert says," May 20, 2017, CBC News; "A quarter of Nunavut's population faces moderate to severe food insecurity, report says," Sara Frizzell, May 18, 2017, CBC News; "Report finds Nunavut has the highest food insecurity rate for any indigenous population in a developed country," Anna Maria Tremonti, March 28, 2014, "The Current" / CBC radio.
 J.B.Gerald, nightslantern suppressed news

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