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Who's burning down Canada's Catholic churches, & why? (Full show)

New revelations concerning the extent of the mistreatment of Canada's indigenous people in the time of European colonization and settlement of North America have shaken the country's understanding of its history and provoked calls for a deeper reckoning of the atrocities that occurred.

Canadians feel ashamed and angry as numerous unmarked mass graves of native children appear on Canada's former frontier. As many as 6,000 Native children may have died of disease, abuse and neglect in the effort to assimilate them into Canada's mainstream culture. More than a dozen Canadian churches, most of them Catholic, have burnt to the ground in apparent acts of arson as demonstrations take a turn for the ugly. Native activists are now calling on protesters to refrain from further anti-Catholic violence. RT America's Alex Mihailovich reports. Then Catholic philosopher and author Tim Gordan shares his insights.

New polling reveals that a majority of Americans believe in extraterrestrial life as a renewed interest in unidentified flying objects seizes public imagination. RT America’s Trinity Chavez has the details. Then filmmaker and author Sean Stone joins Rick Sanchez for a wide-ranging discussion of the implications.

An armed US warplane got the message when its Russian counterpart challenged its presence over the black sea. Rick Sanchez shares exciting video of the encounter.

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