Thursday, January 24, 2019

Did an American Missionary Commit GENOCIDE in Brazil?!

By Reader-Researcher R.C.
Thu, Jan 24, 2019 9:27 p.m.

Christian missionary from Maine could be tried for GENOCIDE by Brazil after entering land occupied by an isolated tribe and exposing them to deadly disease

American killed by tribe may have 'invited' that aggression

Steve Campbell, a missionary from Maine, could be tried for genocide by the Brazilian Government after exposing an isolated indigenous tribe to disease by entering their land.

R.C.: There are probably many, many more tribes in East Saint Louis or Baltimore alone than there are in the whole of Brazil.

N.S.: What the h-e-c-k is going on at the Daily Mail?! We just posted a hoax hate story they floated, regarding black and white dolls in Argentina. Now, it's published another hoax story, whereby a white missionary who was murdered by a Brazilian Indian tribe could somehow be "tried," from beyond the grave, for "genocide" on behalf of his murderers.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

I think he has only been arrested and not dead. The dead guy is the one in the Andaman Islands. He can claim [?] religious exemption from the laws by virtue of attempting to preach the gospel to the American Indians. Actually the guy if alive is lucky he was not caught by the tribe, flailed alive, cooked and eaten. Maybe not even cooked first.