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Born 1956, Canada
Nobel Peace Prize Nominee (2013, 2014, 2015)
Community minister, human rights consultant and Special Adviser to The International Tribunal into Crimes of Church and State (ITCCS) - Award winning documentary film maker (Unrepentant, 2007) and author*
Education: B.A. (Anthropology), University of British Columbia (UBC), 1983; M.A. (Political Science), UBC, 1986; M.Div. (Master of Divinity), Vancouver School of Theology, 1990
Ordained as clergyman into United Church of Canada, 1990. Held three pastoral positions, including as Minister of St. Andrew's United Church, Port Alberni, 1992-1995. Fired without cause and expelled from ministry without due process, 1995-97, after publicly exposing the death of aboriginal children and land theft by the United Church.
Organized the first public inquiry into crimes in Canadian Indian residential schools, co-sponsored by United Nations affiliate IHRAAM, June 12-14, 1998, Vancouver
Established first permanent body to further this inquiry, September 2000, Vancouver: The Truth Commission into Genocide in Canada; appointed Acting Secretary
Published first account of crimes of Genocide in Indian residential schools, February, 2001: "Hidden from History: The Canadian Holocaust" (3rd edition at www.hiddennolonger.com)
Established Friends and Relatives of the Disappeared, Vancouver and Toronto, 2005-2010; led church occupations and national conferences into missing aboriginal children
Forced Canadian government "apology" for Indian residential schools, June 2008
Co-founded the International Tribunal into Crimes of Church and State (ITCCS), June 15, 2010 with six other organizations; appointed ITCCS Field Secretary
Led public protests and exorcisms at the Vatican, 2009, 2010; ITCCS endorsed by Radical Party and other politicians, Rome
Co-founded International Common Law Court of Justice, spring 2011, Brussels; served as Chief Advisor to the Prosecutor's Office ; launched two Common Law Court cases against the Vatican, the Crown of England, Canada and its churches for crimes of Genocide, child sacrifice and trafficking (2012-14). Successfully convicted defendants for crimes against humanity.
As Special Adviser to the Provisional Government of the Republic of Kanata, helped establish the Republic and draft its founding Proclamation and Constitution (Winnipeg, January 15, 2015).
Kevin Daniel Annett
A narrative of extraordinary power and importance, Unrelenting is the long-awaited account of how one man's courage toppled a Pope and changed the face of the world.
The twenty year saga of Reverend Kevin Annett to expose Genocide and child torture by his own Canadian culture has been recounted in part in other testimonies, but not until now has the entire story been told with such depth and humanity.
In his own words, and drawing on a rich body of evidence and experience, Kevin recounts a Herculean struggle to force a buried truth into the light of day, and to prosecute Church and State for their unspeakable crimes against the innocent.
Written as both historical record and spiritual reflection, Unrelenting moves past the bare facts of a global crime to the deeper question of how moral people are to respond to official malfeasance in their own back yard. Its passion and devotion reveal a man who has found his real vocation as "a doer of the word, and not merely a speaker".
In the manner of the author's own cited 18th century ancestor, the persecuted English free thinker Peter Annett, this work is written not as mere commentary, but to arouse the readers and summon them to change.
Reverend Kevin D. Annett has twice been nominated for the Nobel Peace Prize. He is an award winning author, broadcaster, film maker and human rights figure. He lectures widely in North America and Europe and serves as a community minister and spiritual advisor to many communities including the International Tribunal of Crimes of Church and State. (www.itccs.org) He may be contacted at firstname.lastname@example.org or through 386-323-5774 in the USA. Please see www.KevinAnnett.com .
- Publication Date:
- 1523905778 / 9781523905775
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- Binding Type:
- US Trade Paper
- Trim Size:
- 6" x 9"
- Black and White
- Related Categories:
- Biography & Autobiography / Political