2013 October

This Odd Thing called Canada
by Kevin D. Annett
21 October, 2013

Now, who says Canadians aren’t funny?

This week, the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation (CBC) pondered aloud, and for the first time, “whether Canada should be tried for Genocide at the United Nations” for its crimes at Indian residential schools.

That’s a funny thing to say, considering that Canada already has been tried and found guilty for all that Genocide: at a high-profile Common Law court case convened in Brussels, whose verdict was rendered last February 25.… Keep on reading

An Urgent Message from the Central Office of the International Tribunal into Crimes of Church and State (ITCCS) – Brussels

October 20, 2013

Only Strengthened by the Blows: ITCCS to announce new Common Law Court cases against child killers, Pope Francis – Jorge Bergoglio

On October 14 – the same day that our Tribunal released new evidence of the direct involvement of top Vatican officials in modern child sacrifice cults in Europe – our main website at www.itccs.org was sabotaged and a massive misinformation campaign launched against those ITCCS activists engaged in exposing these cults.… Keep on reading