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Rev. Kevin D. Annett    

Twice nominated for the Nobel Peace Prize, Kevin Annett is a world expert on indigenous genocide, human rights and child trafficking. He is co founder of the International Tribunal into Crimes of Church and State (

Born in Edmonton, Canada in 1956, Kevin Annett is a former United Church of Canada clergyman who made history in 1995 when he exposed the murder and trafficking of native children by his church and the Catholics and Anglicans. "Defrocked", attacked and blacklisted, Rev. Annett forced a public "apology" for the Indian residential schools genocide in 2008, and helped convene the first common law court trial into these crimes. He presently travels and lectures widely in North America and Europe, and is a human rights consultant with the International Tribunal into Crimes of Church and State (, in Brussels.


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Speech Topics

Jesus Christ: The Enemy of Family, Property and Religion

Why the roots of genocide today lie in the subversion of the message of the itinerant radical, Yeshua ben Yusuf - "Jesus of Nazareth"

Why Genocide is in our Blood

The origins of the genocidal impulse in "western civilization" is explored in some detail, from my experience in battling to expose and prosecute crimes against humanity in Canada. (See "Twenty Years on the Trail of the Assassins")

Unrelenting: Twenty Years on the Trail of the Assassins

My campaign to expose and prosecute genocide by Canada's mainline churches, and their sponsors in Rome and London - against impossible odds. And how it succeeded!

Life as a Banned Person: A Whistleblower's Tale

How and why I was targeted for blacklisting and ostracizing by Canadian church and state - how I survived and turned the tables on my tormenters - and being made stronger and better for it.

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