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高福基金写明定点基因重组病毒要干嘛?! 2021-02-21 16:23:44

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http://www.chinacdc.cn/gwswxx/ghc

/201906/t20190620_203469.html


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https://blog.creaders.net/u/8994/202102/397299.html


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http://www.81.cn/jfjbmap/content/

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https://drive.google.com/file/

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第二,“种族灭绝”在加拿大、美国、澳大利亚等国是曾经现实

存在的事实。19世纪70年代,加拿大政府将同化原住民列入官方

议程,公开宣扬“扼杀印第安血统从他们的孩子开始”,通过设立

寄宿学校,对原住民实施文化灭绝政策。原住民学龄儿童被强行

带离家庭,被迫改信基督教、学习英语。


据不完全统计,有超过15万原住民儿童被迫送入学校,


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Incomplete statistics show over 150,000 indigenous 

children were sent to such schools, 


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加政府历年来对原住民群体犯下的罪行,包括剥夺原住民土地、资源、同化其语言和传统文化等,导致抑郁症、吸毒、酗酒、自杀、犯罪在原住民中发生的比例远远高于其他种族。加拿大监狱中原住民犯人占犯人总数的60%。加拿大原住民妇女和儿童被谋杀和失踪的概率是加拿大其他人口群体的12倍,是白人妇女的16倍。


  美国在建国后近百年时间里,通过西进运动大肆驱逐、杀戮印第安人。美国印第安人口从500万减至25万,只有原来的不到二十分之一。近年来美国以所谓反恐和人权为由,在伊拉克、叙利亚、利比亚、阿富汗等国挑起战乱,造成数以百万计无辜民众伤亡,而这些遭殃的国家无一例外都是穆斯林国家。

  澳大利亚曾推行臭名昭著的“白澳政策”,对土著居民实施灭绝,将10万土著儿童强行带离家庭,令多少土著家庭骨肉分离、肝肠寸断,被“偷走的一代”造成的永久伤痛至今仍然在澳大利亚社会能够清晰地感受到。

  这些历史和事实,如果不是有关国家有些人一而再、再而三地忽略自己的问题而对他国进行无端指责,也许人们不会再去想起。对于这些国家少数族裔的血泪史,我不知道刚才你提到的那些加、美、澳政客们有什么说法?要谴责吗?


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https://www.fmprc.gov.cn/web/wjdt

_674879/fyrbt_674889/t1855121.shtml


https://www.fmprc.gov.cn/mfa_eng/

xwfw_665399/s2510_665401/2511

_665403/t1855189.shtml



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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0Bj4LrG2_-8


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In Canada, the Indian residential school system[nb 1] was a network of boarding schools for Indigenous peoples.[nb 2] The network was funded by the Canadian government's Department of Indian Affairs and administered by Christian churches. The school system was created for the purpose of removing Indigenous children from the influence of their own culture and assimilating them into the dominant Canadian culture, "to kill the Indian in the child." 


Over the course of the system's more than hundred-year existence, about 30 percent of Indigenous children (around 150,000) were placed in residential schools nationally.[3][4]:2–3


 The number of school-related deaths

 remains unknown due to an incomplete

 historical record, though estimates

 range from 3,200 to upwards of 6,000.


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https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Canad

ian_Indian_residential_school_

system#cite_note-Tasker-7


The goal of the schools was to “kill the Indian in the child” 

but sometimes the child themselves died - 6,000 of the

150,000 who attended the schools between the 1870s and

1996 died or disappeared. The numbers are not precise

because neither the schools, the churches that managed 

the schools, nor the Indian agents kept accurate records.


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https://www.ictinc.ca/blog/the-indian-

act-residential-schools-and-

tuberculosis-cover-

up#:~:text=But%20when%20they%20

took%20the,and%201996%20died%20

or%20disappeared.


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https://www.thecanadianencyclopedia.

ca/en/article/residential-schools


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A black and white photo of 13 of the young Indigenous hostesses from across Canada for the Indian Pavilion at EXPO '67. Nine stand in the back row and four are seated in the front row. photo credit: United Church of Canada Pacific Mountain Region Archives


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