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Could this new substance alter the part of us that reflects GOD? The part of us that is enternal? O will it alter our ability or will?
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PedroMartinDeClet 1 month ago

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PedroMartinDeClet
PedroMartinDeClet 1 month ago

⁣The Ten Stages of Genocide
By Dr. Gregory H. Stanton[1]
© 2016 Gregory H. Stanton

Genocide
is a process that develops in ten stages that are predictable but not
inexorable. At each stage, preventive measures can stop it. The process
is not linear. Stages may occur simultaneously. Logically, later stages
must be preceded by earlier stages. But all stages continue to operate
throughout the process.


1. CLASSIFICATION: All cultures have categories to distinguish people
into “us and them” by ethnicity, race, religion, or nationality: German
and Jew, Hutu and Tutsi. Bipolar societies that lack mixed categories,
such as Rwanda and Burundi, are the most likely to have genocide.

The main preventive measure at this early stage is to develop
universalistic institutions that transcend ethnic or racial divisions,
that actively promote tolerance and understanding, and that promote
classifications that transcend the divisions. The Roman Catholic Church
could have played this role in Rwanda, had it not been riven by the same
ethnic cleavages as Rwandan society. Promotion of a common language in
countries like Tanzania has also promoted transcendent national
identity. This search for common ground is vital to early prevention of
genocide.


2. SYMBOLIZATION: We give names or other symbols to the
classifications. We name people “Jews” or “Gypsies,” or distinguish them
by colors or dress; and apply the symbols to members of groups.
Classification and symbolization are universally human and do not
necessarily result in genocide unless they lead to dehumanization. When
combined with hatred, symbols may be forced upon unwilling members of
pariah groups: the yellow star for Jews under Nazi rule, the blue scarf
for people from the Eastern Zone in Khmer Rouge Cambodia.

To combat symbolization, hate symbols can be legally forbidden
(swastikas in Germany) as can hate speech. Group marking like gang
clothing or tribal scarring can be outlawed, as well. The problem is
that legal limitations will fail if unsupported by popular cultural
enforcement. Though Hutu and Tutsi were forbidden words in Burundi until
the 1980’s, code words replaced them. If widely supported, however,
denial of symbolization can be powerful, as it was in Bulgaria, where
the government refused to supply enough yellow badges and at least
eighty percent of Jews did not wear them, depriving the yellow star of
its significance as a Nazi symbol for Jews.


3. DISCRIMINATION: A dominant group uses law, custom, and political
power to deny the rights of other groups. The powerless group may not be
accorded full civil rights, voting rights, or even citizenship. The
dominant group is driven by an exclusionary ideology that would deprive
less powerful groups of their rights. The ideology advocates
monopolization or expansion of power by the dominant group. It
legitimizes the victimization of weaker groups. Advocates of
exclusionary ideologies are often charismatic, expressing resentments of
their followers, attracting support from the masses. Examples include
the Nuremberg Laws of 1935 in Nazi Germany, which stripped Jews of their
German citizenship, and prohibited their employment by the government
and by universities. Denial of citizenship to the Rohingya Muslim
minority in Burma is a current example.

Prevention against discrimination means full political empowerment and
citizenship rights for all groups in a society. Discrimination on
the basis of nationality, ethnicity, race or religion should be
outlawed. Individuals should have the right to sue the state,
corporations, and other individuals if their rights are violated.


4. DEHUMANIZATION: One group denies the humanity of the other group.
Members of it are equated with animals, vermin, insects or diseases.
Dehumanization overcomes the normal human revulsion against murder. At
this stage, hate propaganda in print and on hate radios is used to
vilify the victim group. The majority group is taught to regard the
other group as less than human, and even alien to their society. They
are indoctrinated to believe that “We are better off without them.” The
powerless group can become so depersonalized that they are actually
given numbers rather than names, as Jews were in the death camps. They
are equated with filth, impurity, and immorality. Hate speech fills the
propaganda of official radio, newspapers, and speeches.

To combat dehumanization, incitement to genocide should not be confused
with protected speech. Genocidal societies lack
constitutional protection for countervailing speech, and should be
treated differently than democracies. Local and international leaders
should condemn the use of hate speech and make it culturally
unacceptable. Leaders who incite genocide should be banned from
international travel and have their foreign finances frozen. Hate radio
stations should be jammed or shut down, and hate propaganda banned. Hate
crimes and atrocities should be promptly punished.


5. ORGANIZATION: Genocide is always organized, usually by the state,
often using militias to provide deniability of state responsibility. (An
example is the Sudanese government’s support and arming of the Janjaweed
in Darfur.) Sometimes organization is informal (Hindu mobs led by local
RSS militants during Indian partition) or decentralized (jihadist
terrorist groups.) Special army units or militias are often trained and
armed. Arms are purchased by states and militias, often in violation of
UN Arms Embargos, to facilitate acts of genocide. States organize secret
police to spy on, arrest, torture, and murder people suspected of
opposition to political leaders. Special training is given to murderous
militias and special army killing units.

To combat this stage, membership in genocidal militias should be
outlawed. Their leaders should be denied visas for foreign travel and
their foreign assets frozen. The UN should impose arms embargoes on
governments and citizens of countries involved in genocidal
massacres, and create commissions to investigate violations, as was done
in post-genocide Rwanda, and use national legal systems to prosecute
those who violate such embargos.

POLARIZATION:
Extremists drive the groups apart. Hate groups broadcast polarizing
propaganda. Motivations for targeting a group are indoctrinated through
mass media. Laws may forbid intermarriage or social interaction.
Extremist terrorism targets moderates, intimidating and silencing the
center. Moderates from the perpetrators’ own group are most able to stop
genocide, so are the first to be arrested and killed. Leaders in
targeted groups are the next to be arrested and murdered. The dominant
group passes emergency laws or decrees that grants them total power over
the targeted group. The laws erode fundamental civil rights and
liberties. Targeted groups are disarmed to make them incapable of
self-defense, and to ensure that the dominant group has total control.

Prevention may mean security protection for moderate leaders or
assistance to human rights groups. Assets of extremists may be seized,
and visas for international travel denied to them. Coups d’état by
extremists should be opposed by international sanctions. Vigorous
objections should be raised to disarmament of opposition groups. If
necessary they should be armed to defend themselves.


7. PREPARATION: Plans are made for genocidal killings. National or
perpetrator group leaders plan the “Final Solution” to the Jewish,
Armenian, Tutsi or other targeted group “question.” They often use
euphemisms to cloak their intentions, such as referring to their goals
as “ethnic cleansing,” “purification,” or “counter-terrorism.” They
build armies, buy weapons and train their troops and militias. They
indoctrinate the populace with fear of the victim group. Leaders often
claim that “if we don’t kill them, they will kill us,” disguising
genocide as self-defense. Acts of genocide are disguised as
counter-insurgency if there is an ongoing armed conflict or civil war.
There is a sudden increase in inflammatory rhetoric and hate propaganda
with the objective of creating fear of the other group. Political
processes such as peace accords that threaten the total dominance of the
genocidal group or upcoming elections that may cost them their grip on
total power may actually trigger genocide.

Prevention of preparation may include arms embargos and commissions to
enforce them. It should include prosecution of incitement and conspiracy
to commit genocide, both crimes under Article 3 of the Genocide
Convention.


8. PERSECUTION: Victims are identified and separated out because of
their ethnic or religious identity. Death lists are drawn up. In state
sponsored genocide, members of victim groups may be forced to wear
identifying symbols. Their property is often expropriated. Sometimes
they are even segregated into ghettoes, deported into concentration
camps, or confined to a famine-struck region and starved. They are
deliberately deprived of resources such as water or food in order to
slowly destroy them. Programs are implemented to prevent procreation
through forced sterilization or abortions. Children are forcibly taken
from their parents. The victim group’s basic human rights become
systematically abused through extrajudicial killings, torture and forced
displacement. Genocidal massacres begin. They are acts of genocide
because they intentionally destroy part of a group. The perpetrators
watch for whether such massacres meet any international reaction. If
not, they realize that that the international community will again be
bystanders and permit another genocide.

At this stage, a Genocide Emergency must be declared. If the political
will of the great powers, regional alliances, or U.N. Security Council
or the U.N. General Assembly can be mobilized, armed international
intervention should be prepared, or heavy assistance provided to the
victim group to prepare for its self-defense. Humanitarian assistance
should be organized by the U.N. and private relief groups for the
inevitable tide of refugees to come.


9. EXTERMINATION begins, and quickly becomes the mass killing legally
called “genocide.” It is “extermination” to the killers because they do
not believe their victims to be fully human. When it is sponsored by the
state, the armed forces often work with militias to do the killing.
Sometimes the genocide results in revenge killings by groups against
each other, creating the downward whirlpool-like cycle of bilateral
genocide (as in Burundi). Acts of genocide demonstrate how dehumanized
the victims have become. Already dead bodies are dismembered; rape is
used as a tool of war to genetically alter and eradicate the other
group. Destruction of cultural and religious property is employed to
annihilate the group’s existence from history. The era of “total war”
began in World War II. Firebombing did not differentiate civilians from
non-combatants. The civil wars that broke out after the end of the Cold
War have also not differentiated civilians and combatants. They result
in widespread war crimes. Mass rapes of women and girls have become a
characteristic of all modern genocides. All men of fighting age are
murdered in some genocides. In total genocides all the members of the
targeted group are exterminated.

At this stage, only rapid and overwhelming armed intervention can stop
genocide. Real safe areas or refugee escape corridors should be
established with heavily armed international protection. (An unsafe
“safe” area is worse than none at all.) The U.N. Standing High Readiness
Brigade, EU Rapid Response Force, or regional forces — should be
authorized to act by the U.N. Security Council if the genocide is small.
For larger interventions, a multilateral force authorized by the U.N.
should intervene. If the U.N. Security Council is paralyzed, regional
alliances must act anyway under Chapter VIII of the U.N. Charter or the
UN General Assembly should authorize action under the Uniting for Peace
Resolution GARes. 330 (1950), which has been used 13 times for such
armed intervention. Since 2005, the international responsibility to
protect transcends the narrow interests of individual nation states. If
strong nations will not provide troops to intervene directly, they
should provide the airlift, equipment, and financial means necessary for
regional states to intervene.


10. DENIAL is the final stage that lasts throughout and always follows
genocide. It is among the surest indicators of further genocidal
massacres. The perpetrators of genocide dig up the mass graves, burn the
bodies, try to cover up the evidence and intimidate the witnesses. They
deny that they committed any crimes, and often blame what happened on
the victims. They block investigations of the crimes, and continue to
govern until driven from power by force, when they flee into exile.
There they remain with impunity, like Pol Pot or Idi Amin, unless they
are captured and a tribunal is established to try them.

The best response to denial is punishment by an international tribunal
or national courts. There the evidence can be heard, and
the perpetrators punished. Tribunals like the Yugoslav, Rwanda or Sierra
Leone Tribunals, the tribunal to try the Khmer Rouge in Cambodia,
or the International Criminal Court may not deter the worst genocidal
killers. But with the political will to arrest and prosecute them, some
may be brought to justice. When possible, local proceedings should
provide forums for hearings of the evidence against perpetrators who
were not the main leaders and planners of a genocide, with opportunities
for restitution and reconciliation. The Rwandan gaçaça trials
are one example. Justice should be accompanied by education in schools
and the media about the facts of a genocide, the suffering it caused its
victims, the motivations of its perpetrators, and the need for
restoration of the rights of its victims.

© 2016 Gregory H. Stanton.

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TheGreatestCommandment

⁣The VACCINE is Anti God because Satans armies main mission is to destroy what God created.
Destroying what was created in Gods image while creating a new hybrid being that will worship its creator the Antichrist.

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SidFinch
SidFinch 1 month ago

Technically this not a vaccine; it is genetic engineering.

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1 month ago

This is what its meant to do to us and its shocking and anti God. ⁣https://brandnewtube.com/v/roJ98C

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