INSANE: United Nations Says Canada Should Pay “Reparations” For Slavery

Did the United Nations somehow forget about the underground railroad or the fact that Canada didn’t exist until after Britain had already abolished slavery?

While the United Nations continues to put countries like Saudi Arabia in charge of human rights committees, they’re now making an insane set of “suggestions” to Canada.

As reported by the Canadian Press, the U.N. Human Rights Council released a report on issues impacting Canadians of African descent.

Here’s part of the report:

“History informs anti-black racism and racial stereotypes that are so deeply entrenched in institutions, policies and practices, that its institutional and systemic forms are either functionally normalized or rendered invisible, especially to the dominant group. This contemporary form of racism replicates the historical … conditions and effects of spatial segregation, economic disadvantage and social exclusion.”

What the UN is saying is that Canada is somehow continuing the legacy of discrimination that flowed from slavery. As the CP notes, the report “makes recommendations to the federal government, including that it apologize for slavery and consider providing reparations for historical injustices.”

Insanely stupid

Canadians of African descent clearly faced discrimination in Canada. For example, the community of Africville in Halifax was razed in the 60’s, something the city rightfully apologized for.

However, the idea that Canada should apologize and make reparations for slavery is among the dumbest ideas of all time.

  • First of all, the British Empire abolished slavery in the 1830’s in their colonies. So, slavery was abolished before Canada was even officially a country.
  • Secondly, one of Canada’s greatest historical moments was the Underground Railroad, where thousands of slaves from the U.S. made their way to freedom in our great nation. Canadians are rightfully proud of the Underground Railroad, and the foolish United Nations should be commending our country, not condemning us.

Canada should threaten to cut off our UN fees

It’s a total disgrace and outrage that a “human rights” committee run by countries like Saudi Arabia has the temerity to question Canada.

To ask Canada to pay reparations for slavery is to show total ignorance of history, and Canada should not only ignore the “suggestion,” we should threaten to cut off our UN fees.

After all, why should Canadian taxpayers pay money to an organization that is willing to slander and insult Canada while giving cover to some of the most brutal regimes on earth?

Spencer Fernando


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This is the same ignorant suggestion made to the United States. Watch the Little Potato grab this concept and run, handing out billions to his third world friends so they will support his run for the head of the UN.

We will never know how much he gets in kickback deposits to his Chinese bank accounts.

Valerie Clark

DEL – That’s EXACTLY what I think.

pamela kingwell



How far will this insanity go?As DEL stated , I would not put it past our Crime Minister to run with this. Maybe if a guy moved to Costa Rica YOU COULD GET AWAY FORM ALL THIS B.S. Just shaking our head here in Alberta.


Ditto on Del, and as a Vancouver Islander born and raised, I am really really sick of the way baby boy Trudeau is destroying Canada. I’m ready to relocate…..


Maybe you can send this short clip to the UN… and our Prime Minister…. as he will probably jump right on board without knowing the facts….his mind will be all aflutter with the thought of his next photo op.

…101 Canadian History…

A little more History on a courageous woman by the name of Harriet Tubman.


Thus the reason for Canada to not be part of a corrupt and hypocritical UN. This UN grab is only for Trudeau and no one else.

Ana gomes

He has already proven that, out of vanity, he will please his masters in the international corruption scene. Canadian taxpayers will pay for it . He will continue to be dreaming for a big plum job to fall on him when needed. And that does not cost him a cent.


Correction to my post: I meant the annual federal budget, NOT THE GDP.

Russ Cooper

Why let the facts get in the way of a good false narrative?


They go where the money is.

jack grandville

Trudeau is, in the simplest of terms, inept for the job — and the U.N. is equally inept for the job they have — both for the same reasons. They both have absolutely no interest in, nor the capability of doing their jobs correctly — again for the same reasons. The interests of both are to appear benevolent, but the truth is neither can lay claim to that in reality. The failures of both to have lived up to the standards they claim to have are there for all to see. Indeed, the sooner both are terminated as ‘beneficial’ to… Read more »

Michael Tyler

“prime minister” Trudy would fit in quite well with this bunch of crooks after all he’s of the same mindset. No wonder that he wants in!


Justin Trudeau wants a seat at the UN council but in his case his commitment is tested by them whether or not he is for Canada which he has proven time and time his disloyalty to Canada and to Canadians. UN can use Justin to run Canada their way before a seat is granted.

Jenn Dahinten

This is actually beyond alarming. Trudeau will take this, and he will run, and we will loose billions of dollars as he pursues his idealogical crown. He is too busy assuaging his trust fund guilt…..while making sure he doesn’t give any of it away. Better have the rest of us fund it. I don’t begrudge him his wealth. His grandfather et al earned the money and invested wisely. I begrudge him thinking he’s clever when he’s not. I begrudge him thinking his idealogical upbringing somehow prepares him for real life and the actual running of a country. He Wants his… Read more »

Ana gomes

They smell the possibility of good,fresh borrowed money, that the taxpayer of Canada is going to be responsible for. With the Boy wonder, or better Wonder Fool, guarding our money ,do we have to worry? The clintons, the terrorists, the formula one, the bombardier, the Aga friend, and all the countries that can be bought…let the river flow…Ah…the Canadian Media of the future is coming too, in exchange for praise to the Dear Leader… Can the Turd fit any history in his uh and eh ah sunshine speeches, so that he can defend our cause? He would not want to… Read more »

Brian Richard Allen

…. Canada didn’t exist until after Britain had already abolished slavery ….
Australia, where my last (“white” Gael/Celt) slave by-any-other-name (“Transported Felon”) family member died in the 1930s – wasn’t created until almost 100 years after Britain’s abolition. Limeys just stopped calling their slaves, slaves.

Brian Richard Allen

…. one of Canada’s greatest historical moments was the Underground Railroad, where thousands of slaves from America were assisted, by Americans, on their way to Canada. Canadians are rightfully proud of America’s Underground Railroad ….

Whose northernmost terminal Canada provided.


While we’re at it, my ancestors arrived in Canada in the 1800’s. I believe they’re not only owed an apology, but compensated for the reason, “THEY WORKED FOR A LIVING” !!!

jack grandville

“…….forget……….? Not bloody likely! This is just another example of the attitude of the U.N. who had, when formed, intended to interfere with the internal politics of any and all countries with an eye to fomenting internal dissension, which they have done continually. The facts speak for themselves, not that facts matter to the U.N. Our leader(?) will cow-tow to their requests because those comments of reparation fall squarely into the plan of Trudeau to ‘break the bank’ of this country – notwithstanding he has absolutely no knowledge whatever of that historical reality.

Richard Courtemanche

Not surprised the UN would say something that stupid. Plenty of current problems going on, UN… get useful!