Kevin Annett – The Crimes Against Humanity by Church and State August 31, 2011 Kevin D. Annett is a Canadian writer and former minister of the United Church of Canada. Annett graduated from the University of British Columbia with a Bachelor’s Degree in Anthropology and a Master’s Degree in Political Science. Annett has written two books on the subject of residential school abuse in Canada. In 2006 Kevin produced a documentary on this topic called “Unrepentant”. Additionally, he created and hosted “Hidden from History”, a public affairs and human rights program on Vancouver Cooperative Radio from 2001 until the station shut him down in 2010. Kevin returns to the program for an update on the world-wide system of abuse by church and state upon children and adults. We discuss the tribunal he is involved in and his recent trip to England and consequent arrest. Then, Kevin talks about the cannon law of the Roman Catholic Church, which is as the heart of child trafficking, abuse and genocide of indigenous people around the world. Topics Discussed: priests, public servants, Scotland’s Holly Greig case, Protestant, Anglican, Lutheran, Baptist, the Roman Catholic system, papal bulls, Queen of England, child abuse, tribunal, Vatican, Jesuits, Knights of Malta, money, property and wealth of the church, child trafficking, Roman Catholic church as a political organization.
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