Queen Elizabeth II: Demonstrations ramp up – rioters overthrow the statue
Violent protests are currently taking place in Canada after the bodies of more than 1,000 Indigenous children were found in several mass graves. Now the anger of the protesters is also coming down. QUEEN ELIZABETH II. Or at your memorial.
Protesters overturn statues in Canada’s Manitoba province QUEEN ELIZABETH II. And Queen Victoria from her seat. The queens’ portraits were spray painted red, as reported by the “Sun”.
Queen Elizabeth II: rioters topple her statue
Several churches in Canada have also been burnt in the last few nights. Protests intensified when several hundred children were found dead in mass graves.
This is Queen Elizabeth II:
- Elizabeth Alexandra Mary Windsor was born on April 21, 1926 in London
- She is the Queen of the United Kingdom and 15 Commonwealth of Nations since 1952
- Queen Elizabeth II is the head of the Anglican Church
- She married Prince Philip in 1947
- The royal couple has four children: Charles, Anne, Edward and Andrew
- His grandchildren include Prince William, who is married to Kate Middleton, and Prince Harry, husband of Meghan Markle.
In Canada, about 150,000 children of indigenous or mixed couples had separated from their parents by 1874. They were kept in church houses. Its purpose was to ensure that children were “adapted” to the white majority. Many children were abused, abused and eventually killed at home.
Trudeau asks Pope Francis to apologize
As reported by “Tageschau”, Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau last week demanded that his country learn lessons from the past. In the conversation, Trudeau also wanted to prompt Pope Francis to apologise.
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In mid-December, representatives of the indigenous people will meet with the Pope at the Vatican. Francis hopes this will lead to “conversation and healing”.
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