Bingo Dawson, killed by police, December 2009; Ricky Lavallee – witness to Bingo’s killing – died of blow to chest, January 2011; William Combes – witness to Queen Elizabeth’s and Prince Phillip’s abduction of ten children from the Kamloops native residential school on Oct. 10 1964 – killed in St. Paul’s Catholic Hospital, February 2011.
This article is dedicated to the memory of over 50,800 missing children, some of whom rest in 34 mainly Catholic-owned unmarked mass grave sites across Canada, Ireland and Spain. Their perpetrators continue to live lives free of responsibility for their ongoing crimes. Our prayers are with these innocents, and should be for ourselves if we allow this Child Holocaust by our global leaders to continue.
I glanced fondly over to a corner on Vancouver’s downtown east side where Bingo Dawson always sat during the years before three Vancouver city cops beat him to death in an alley a block away. The rain was falling.
Bingo knew everyone, and in his calm manner used to adopt the younger and more vulnerable homeless kids into his extended street family, watching out for them and passing them whatever food he had. Some of them stood beside Bingo and the rest of us that spring morning in 2009 when we tried occupying St. James Anglican Church on Gore street, asking in our naivete for the killers to tell us where they’d buried so many little brown children. There were 50,000 who had disappeared from the mainly Catholic 80 residential schools across Canada.
Bingo and his buddy Frank held our banner that day – “All the Children Need a Proper Burial” – and together, they had eluded the church security goon before he slammed the church door on us, slipping into the sanctuary and displaying the banner to a shocked pew crowd and angry bunch of priests. We heard all hell breaking loose inside the church. We yelled to be let in and for our friends to be let out.
Eventually Frank and Bingo did emerge from the church, two smiling coup-counters, laughing and holding up the banner to our cheers and applause. The cops were there by then. In their lumbering and stupid manner they warned us not to try “disrupt” church services ever again. Bingo replied with an uncharacteristic severity,“We’ll stop doing it when they give us our dead children back!”
The cops had no answer to that. We marched away from them with that rare kind of joy and fulfillment known by those who have lost their fear. We went back to the Sweet Grass Center for soup and bannock.
After the police killed Bingo we held his memorial service outside that scene of his victory, on the steps of St. James Anglican. We spoke of the Bingo we had known, and of the reason he died. Again the police surrounded us. Years ago they had said to his face (and I heard it) “Shit disturbers like you end up going missing.”
Frank was in tears that day of Bingo’s memorial, but he managed to tell us how years ago Bingo stood bravely against the priests who tried grabbing our banner being displayed to the congregation. As from the Great Spirit, Bingo yelled to the church goers, “You may be praying today, okay, but now hear my prayer. Give us back our children! Arrest those who killed them!”
Recalling that day, Frank had then turned to the cops who surrounded our funeral procession, crying out to them, “How can you be part of this? You killed my brother Bingo! Even if you didn’t do it yourself, you know who killed him! And you stand here and treat us like we’re the criminals! You’ve got to do the right thing!”
After the funeral I never saw Frank again. Nor have I come across any of the dozens of people who had once rallied and risked and eaten together when against every conceivable odd, we forced Canada to face its own genocide.
Tears came like rain yesterday when I stood on Bingo’s corner. I touched the wall where, briefly, some anonymous fellow mourner had scrawled, “Bingo: friend forever, in earth and heaven.”
The wall was now wiped clean of those final words to Bingo – as is Canada’s memory of its own crimes. From somewhere I heard Bingo’s voice in that heart of mine that doesn’t seem capable of breaking anymore. He said to me,“Kev, did I die for nothing?”
The dead, unlike the living, require only the truth. Neither Bingo, nor the 50,000 children he died for, cared that much about fears, rationalizations and vested interests. So, in that truth I answered him,“Yes, brother. You died for nothing because the crime carries on, and on.”
Bingo could have lived with that answer, for it is the truth. Being the truth, it cuts through our lives and lies like the sword of God. The prophet Ezekiel says that sword once drawn, can never again be sheathed. That same implacable sword has separated me, and perhaps you, from our old lives. As completely as it did Bingo when it chose him to bear that special burden.
Bingo Dawson died for nothing as this world measures things. Children are still traded like bottles all over Vancouver. No-one has ever gone to jail for the murder of an Indian residential school child, or for Bingo’s own murder. Nor will they ever in what we know as “Canada.”
Yet as with Bingo, the truth must find a worthy soul to inhabit. Is it nothing to you? Or perhaps, everything? And if so, then what will you do, now?
About the Author Kevin Annett
Rejected by courts in Canada, Kevin Annett spent 20 years bringing the 50,000 missing children case to the International Common Law Court of Justice in Brussels. Since 2011 six judges and 28 jury members of the international court has completed two successful litigations against global elite members of the Ninth Circle Satanic Child Sacrifice Cult including Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper, Queen Elizabeth, Prince Phillip, Pope Joseph Ratzinger and Pope Francis. Evidence could be viewed in Annett’s “Hidden No Longer.”
The ITCCS and ICLCJ Court has established Common Law Courts with 450 Peace Officers in nine countries. In the US county sheriffs have organized Common Law Courts in 31 states. The Common Law Courts in the US, Canada, Ireland, England, Belgium, Holland, Germany, New Zealand and Australia have commenced indictment of government, church and corporate officials for human rights violations, betrayal of oaths of public office, mortgage fraud, criminal conspiracy and child trafficking and murder.
Over 800 citizens were active in 24 local branches of the Common Law Courts under the coordination of three Field Secretaries: Kevin Annett (North America), George Dufort (Western Europe) and Cameron Mottus (Asia and Australia-New Zealand). Organizing funds were available for common law groups wishing to apply. To contact the ITCCS, ICLCJ Court in Brussels or to volunteer, contact: email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org.
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Judy Byington, MSW, LCSW, retired, author of “Twenty Two Faces: Inside the Extraordinary Life of Jenny Hill and Her Twenty Two Multiple Personalities” (www.22faces.com) is a retired therapist, Public Speaker, Activist and investigative journalist whose articles on international child exploitation rings have been cited on hundreds of blogs and websites. The ex-Supervisor, Alberta Mental Health and Director Provo Family Counseling Center is the CEO of Child Abuse Recovery and Speakers Bureau (www.ChildAbuseRecovery.com).
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