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And Then There Was None - Death By Destruction
06-13-2014, 08:01 AM
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I really cannot search anymore genocide to make my point that we are being wiped out. The fact is, radiation was supposed to do the job, but it seems some do not die. But no one is immune from starvation, dying of thirst, or being Nuked. The place now, as history shows and I really cannot find current reports on genocide except those screaming and 'speculating since no one will report the frikn world news.

Right under our noses right now, Genocide is taking place in Greece, Japan, Syria, North Korea, China, (their leaders always kill the masses), Ukraine, Afghanistan, Iraq, ... More, yes. Now we have apparent genocides of the Islands that all survive off the Pacific Ocean. The Solomon Islands, and Japan too, but other Islands also. No one is immune from becoming a victim of death by destruction. Jamaica perhaps may be a victim of this. Off the top of my head. I may ad more to this sick, sad, but true thread. Read it and weep for those. Never forget. Do not get on the train! But that may be avoided or not. If Russia gets nuked, that is genocide. Any Nuke = genocide. Now, just the radiation melt down of the who atmosphere is genocide. Cancer is genocide cos of the way it is treated medically when it is a result of life with technology. So, ad some mustard gas and radiation to that. Many have died and suffer from cancer when they let Dr. Jekyll 'save' them. If you do not believe me that cancer is genocide: Just be there for them when they try to save their own life by these cancer treatments and when parents make their own baby get poisoned with mustard gas? How is this not the most darkest form of mind control ever?


Between 500,000 to 1,000,000 Rwandans were killed in a 100-day period between April 7 and mid-July 1994.

Many of those who survived watched their families murdered and houses burn in front of them. Such heinous crimes committed by their own neighbors.


Now, 20 years later, the victims and their persecutors live side-by-side. ... .

Meet The Man Who Coined The Term 'Genocide,' And Fought To Stop It From Happening .. Raphael Lemkin, a lawyer who coined the term "genocide" and advocated tirelessly for global peace, felt the heartache of World War II acutely: He lost 49 relatives in the Holocaust, according to the New York Times. Now, more than five decades after his death, his immeasurable contributions to humanity are being honored.

In 1941, Lemkin, who was Jewish and briefly served in the Polish army two years prior, gained permission to enter the United States. He taught and lectured on international law at Duke University and the University of Virginia before the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace published his book Axis Rule in Occupied Europe, where the term "genocide" first appeared. The word, which describes the intentional killing of a racial or national group of people, was widely accepted by the international community as a way to preemptively fight mass atrocities. It even became one of the legal bases for the Nuremberg Trials, which prosecuted several Nazis for their criminal roles in WWII, the New Republic reported.

Lemkin died of a heart attack in a New York City hotel in 1959. ..


South Sudan Facing Genocide Risk Amid Personal Power Struggle, U.N. Officials Warn ..

A Country Is On The Brink Of Genocide And Very Few Know About It


1. More than 2,000 people have been killed since Christian fighters supporting ousted President Bozize tried to take back the capital from Muslim rebels in December 2013.

The rebel alliance that pushed out the president came from the north and was mostly comprised of members of the CAR's Muslim minority and foreign fighters. While the Seleka rebels tried to legitimize the coup by accusing the president of failing to live up to a peace deal, most fighters seemed far more motivated by the spoils a power grab would bring. The rebels have acted brutally, targeting both Christians and Muslims that crossed their path.

In March 2013, coup leader Michel Djotodia declared himself president and incorporated the Seleka fighters into the national army. But violence continued.

In response to the Seleka abuses, Christian self-defense groups known as anti-Balaka militias took up arms. They initially targeted Seleka fighters, but quickly expanded their reach to Muslim communities as well. Violence intensified in December 2013, when more than a hundred people died in anti-Balaka attack on the capital.

In January, Djotodia fled to Benin and the mayor of Bangui, Catherine Samba-Panza, took over. Yet the change of leadership did little to restore security.

2. International aid organizations as well as the United Nations fear the death toll will only increase, and high-level officials have warned that tensions between the ethnic communities have deteriorated so sharply that the country is at risk of genocide.


Kevin, a man accused of being a thief by civil servants at the Work Inspection office, lays in pain after being attacked by a man with a machete and sticks, in plain view of others, in Bangui, Central African Republic, Friday, April 18, 2014. Kevin, a man accused of being a thief by civil servants at the Work Inspection office, lays in pain after being attacked by a man with a machete and sticks, in plain view of others, in Bangui, Central African Republic, Friday, April 18, 2014.

Last Wednesday, 120 European Union peacekeepers arrived in Bangui, the capital of the Central African Republic. They took up positions at the city's airport, where French soldiers had guaranteed security up until now. Lining the airstrip were hundreds of cardboard shacks and tarpaulins; the homes of thousands of civilians who had flocked to the foreign base in the hope of escaping the brutal violence that has rocked the CAR in recent months.

Events that occurred just ahead of the handover in Bangui made it painstakingly clear why the refugees were fleeing. Hours before the Europeans' arrival, four people had been murdered in the streets of the capital. One Muslim man was found decapitated, his body heavily mutilated and his heart ripped out.,genocide


100 days of hell: Rwanda's 1994 genocide in photos ..


09 October, 2009

PHOTO: Bodies of Bosniak children in Sarajevo morgue killed by Serb snipers during the siege of Sarajevo - the longest siege of a capital city in the history of modern warfare. The siege lasted from April 5, 1992 to February 29, 1996. Credits: Maud S. Beelman, AP foreign correspondent. [Full Size Photo] ↓

The number of killed in the Bosnian war (1992-1995) is a contentious issue.

- 200,000 is accurate figure, but...
The figure of 200,000 dead, injured, and missing was frequently cited by human rights organizations and media reports after the war. The figure was based on a research done by UN's expert commission investigating war crimes in the former Yugoslavia . The report was issued at the end of 1994. The team of experts was headed by Cherif Bassouni. The figure can be reasonably assumed to be accurate because it included not only killed, but also injured and missing (even today, there are at least 10,000 people missing people and tens of thousands of disabled).
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06-13-2014, 08:24 AM
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Hundreds Of Jews Bravely Escaped Trains Headed For Concentration Camps, Study Says ..

Auschwitz death camp - the Forgotten Evidence 1 of 2 (Aerial Photos).mp4
Auschwitz Secrets of the Dead ..

Turkish Genocides: The massacre on the Bulgarian population

In 1876 an article about the massacres in Bulgaria reached the English through an article by the American journalist J. A. Mac Gahan, who was employed at The London Daily News. He had arrived to Istanbul (Constantinople) three months after the massacres and travelled on into Bulgaria to see with his own eyes what had taken place. The article presented to the English on August 7th 1876 was but a small selection of the terrible stories, which later became an entire book, and was to guide the journalist for the rest of his life. Here follows a short excerpt of his arrival to the Bulgarian city of Batak. The Christian population in Bosnia and Herzegovina had rebelled against the Islamic occupation forces. Soon also the Bulgarians got restless. The suppression had been too brutal. But the attempts of liberation lead to terrifying massacres.

Gahans description of his arrival to Batak goes as follows:

“I counted, while I was still sitting on the horse, about 100 craniums of women and children outside the city, all craniums completely cleaned by animals. We then entered the town. On both sides of the roads were heaps of skeletons amongst the ruins, or fully dressed where they had stumbled. It was skeletons of women and girls with shoulder-long brown hair. We reached the church. Here the ground was entirely covered by skeletons, craniums and rotting, dressed bodies. The stench was unbearable. Then I entered the graveyard. The entire graveyard was filled with bodies stacked one meter tall, only partly covered by earth. Everywhere small hands, feet and heads of children with the prettiest hair was peeking out. Inside the church matters were worse. On the floor was heaps of rotting, uncovered bodies. I had never experienced anything as shocking and terrifying. … In the school, which used to be a beautiful building, 200 women and children had been burned alive.

Everywhere in the city the same scenario repeated itself … The man who committed these atrocities – Achmed Aga – has now been promoted by the sultan and remains governor of this district. No crime committed by the Turks were ever punished or even prosecuted. The persons behind the terrible actions against the inhabitants of Batak were thinking they were preforming the work of Allah.” (Poul Fregosi s. 394) A Bulgarian Muslim fifth column unit had even assisted the Turks in massacring their own people.

The congress of Berlin in 1878, which was presided by Bismark and had participants from Russia, Austria, England, France, Italy and Turkey, forced the sultan to yield Bulgaria, Romania and Serbia freedom from Muslim occupation and suppression, which initially ended 500 years of violent Muslim colonization efforts, which however has been resumed during the last 20 years with the Islamisation of Kosovo, which includes destruction of almost all ancient churches through detonation, demolition or burning, and the expulsion of the original Serbian population.
Armenian Genocide of 1915: An Overview messed up!

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On the eve of World War I, there were two million Armenians in the declining Ottoman Empire. By 1922, there were fewer than 400,000. The others — some 1.5 million — were killed in what historians consider a genocide.

As David Fromkin put it in his widely praised history of World War I and its aftermath, “A Peace to End All Peace”: “Rape and beating were commonplace. Those who were not killed at once were driven through mountains and deserts without food, drink or shelter. Hundreds of thousands of Armenians eventually succumbed or were killed .”

The man who invented the word “genocide”— Raphael Lemkin, a lawyer of Polish-Jewish origin — was moved to investigate the attempt to eliminate an entire people by accounts of the massacres of Armenians. He did not, however, coin the word until 1943, applying it to Nazi Germany and the Jews in a book published a year later, “Axis Rule in Occupied Europe.”

But to Turks, what happened in 1915 was, at most, just one more messy piece of a very messy war that spelled the end of a once-powerful empire. They reject the conclusions of historians and the term genocide, saying there was no premeditation in the deaths, no systematic attempt to destroy a people. Indeed, in Turkey today it remains a crime — “insulting Turkishness” — to even raise the issue of what happened to the Armenians.

In the United States, a powerful Armenian community centered in Los Angeles has been pressing for years for Congress to condemn the Armenian genocide.
Syria's Civil War Has Become a Genocide ..    

An attack on Syrian military sites to punish the al-Assad regime for using chemical weapons may be motivated by an attempt to preserve the credibility of various parties, including the United States, its president, the rule of international law and the international community. However, the United States does not abide by that very same treaty it is imposing, which not only forbids the use of chemical weapons, but also the stockpiling of said weapons. Syria’s abominable use of chemical weapons violates international law and cultural norms, placing many Middle East countries in precarious states.

Putting aside palpable U.S. double standards on the issue, it is imperative to consider how exactly the international community defines the Syrian crisis. In close analysis, it becomes clear the crisis in Syria is not solely about the use of chemical weapons, but how the targeted use of these weapons falls under the category of genocide.

In July 2013, the United Nations Human Rights Council’s Independent International Commission of Inquiry on Syria estimated that 100,000 have died in the Syrian war over the past two years, with the number of deaths rising since armed resistance against the Bashar Al-Assad regime began. While one could point to the fact that the opposition is now arguably led by al-Qaida-linked forces, the armed opposition, both pro- and anti-U.S. forces, have largely targeted Syrian soldiers.

...So, how many dead now? No one is talking about it! If no one is talking about,m it is genocide! ..

Basically, is all I am doing is putting any geographical location in with the word 'genocide'. Puke Now!

Genocide in the 20th Century ~

Stalin's Forced Famine 1932-33 7,000,000 Deaths .. Ukrainian Genocide of 1932-1933 ..

Genocide in Novorossiya and swan song of Ukrainian statehood

The massacres that covered Odessa in blood on 2 May 2014, on the streets and inside the Trade Unions House, show the resolve of the Kiev coup authorities to impose a rule of anti-Russian terror. Far from reacting, NATO countries shrouded themselves in complicit silence. These events undermine the viability of the Ukrainian experience, and spell the inevitable demise of this artificial state.

The tragic events in Odessa, where neo-Nazi militants have burned alive at least 50 people, are already being called a new Khatyn. The parallels are so striking that this image instantly infiltrated the world’s consciousness. And the same perpetrators were responsible. ..

Like It Or Not, Golden Dawn Fighting Genocide In Greece .. Some murder victims are more equal than others. In a worrying precedent for Americans, the Greek government is persecuting the anti-immigration Golden Dawn party, while tolerating its violent enemies. Under the guise of exterminating “Nazism,” the government is exterminating the Greek people—just as the larger European Union officially pursues what can only be called the genocide of the historic European population. But there are signs it’s not working.

Last year, we were told by the Main Stream Media that the Greek Golden Dawn Party was running wild, beating immigrants, and receiving the assistance of the police. [Rise of neo-Nazi Golden Dawn party leads to spate of immigrant attacks in Greece by Alex Spillius, Daily Telegraph, 26 July 2012.] But Golden Dawn became Greece’s third-strongest party, with 18 MPs in the 300-strong Greek parliament after the June 2012 Election. [Greek Golden Dawn member arrested over murder of leftwing hip-hop artist, By Helena Smith,, September 18, 2013]

Reaction was not long in coming. Last year, triple jumper Voula Papachristou was kicked off the Greek Olympic Voulateam as retaliation for poking fun at African immigrants and making statements supporting Golden Dawn.

1914-23 Greek Pontic Genocide ..
Statistics Of
Japanese Democide
Estimates, Calculations, And Sources .. rom the invasion of China in 1937 to the end of World War II, the Japanese military regime murdered near 3,000,000 to over 10,000,000 people, most probably almost 6,000,000 Chinese, Indonesians, Koreans, Filipinos, and Indochinese, among others, including Western prisoners of war. This democide was due to a morally bankrupt political and military strategy, military expediency and custom, and national culture (such as the view that those enemy soldiers who surrender while still able to resist were criminals).

Table 3.1 presents the sources, estimates, and calculations on Japanese democide in World War II. There is one major omission, however. Democide in China during the Sino-Japanese War that begun in 1937, and merged with WWII in December 1941, is excluded. This democide has been separately calculated in Rummel (1994), and only the total derived there is given in the table (line 386) in calculating the overall democide.

The first part of the table (lines 2 to 42) calculates the number of Japanese that died in Japanese wars, 1937 to 1945. This amounted to 1,771,000 to 3,187,000 Japanese, most likely 2,521,000 (line 42). Of this number, 672,000 probably were civilians (line 32), virtually all killed in American air raids (including the two atomic bombs).

The first democide I consider is against prisoners of war and interned civilians (lines 45 to 93). Most of these figures are official, and were presented at the Tokyo War Crimes Trial.1 No figure for French POWs deaths in Indochina were available in the sources. I then estimated this from the total garrison (line 52) and the percent of POWs killed for other nations (line 53). ..


Rape of Nanking: 1937-1938 300,000 Deaths

In December of 1937, the Japanese Imperial Army marched into China's capital city of Nanking and proceeded to murder 300,000 out of 600,000 civilians and soldiers in the city. The six weeks of carnage would become known as the Rape of Nanking and represented the single worst atrocity during the World War II era in either the European or Pacific theaters of war.

The actual military invasion of Nanking was preceded by a tough battle at Shanghai that began in the summer of 1937. Chinese forces there put up surprisingly stiff resistance against the Japanese Army which had expected an easy victory in China. The Japanese had even bragged they would conquer all of China in just three months. The stubborn resistance by the Chinese troops upset that timetable, with the battle dragging on through the summer into late fall. This infuriated the Japanese and whetted their appetite for the revenge that was to follow at Nanking.

After finally defeating the Chinese at Shanghai in November, 50,000 Japanese soldiers then marched on toward Nanking. Unlike the troops at Shanghai, Chinese soldiers at Nanking were poorly led and loosely organized. Although they greatly outnumbered the Japanese and had plenty of ammunition, they withered under the ferocity of the Japanese attack, then engaged in a chaotic retreat. After just four days of fighting, Japanese troops smashed into the city on December 13, 1937, with orders issued to "kill all captives."

Their first concern was to eliminate any threat from the 90,000 Chinese soldiers who surrendered. To the Japanese, surrender was an unthinkable act of cowardice and the ultimate violation of the rigid code of military honor drilled into them from childhood onward. Thus they looked upon Chinese POWs with utter contempt, viewing them as less than human, unworthy of life.

The elimination of the Chinese POWs began after they were transported by trucks to remote locations on the outskirts of Nanking. As soon as they were assembled, the savagery began, with young Japanese soldiers encouraged by their superiors to inflict maximum pain and suffering upon individual POWs as a way of toughening themselves up for future battles, and also to eradicate any civilized notions of mercy. Filmed footage and still photographs taken by the Japanese themselves document the brutality. Smiling soldiers can be seen conducting bayonet practice on live prisoners, decapitating them and displaying severed heads as souvenirs, and proudly standing among mutilated corpses. Some of the Chinese POWs were simply mowed down by machine-gun fire while others were tied-up, soaked with gasoline and burned alive.

One of the last humans left alive after intense bombing during the Japanese attack on Shanghai's South Station. August 1937.

After the destruction of the POWs, the soldiers turned their attention to the women of Nanking and an outright animalistic hunt ensued. Old women over the age of 70 as well as little girls under the age of 8 were dragged off to be sexually abused. More than 20,000 females (with some estimates as high as 80,000) were gang-raped by Japanese soldiers, then stabbed to death with bayonets or shot so they could never bear witness.

Pregnant women were not spared. In several instances, they were raped, then had their bellies slit open and the fetuses torn out. Sometimes, after storming into a house and encountering a whole family, the Japanese forced Chinese men to rape their own daughters, sons to rape their mothers, and brothers their sisters, while the rest of the family was made to watch. ..
I am not trying to leave any victims out or not pay homage to those suffering. I know there are many more. I will, or you may post those you know of. I know there are many more! heartflowers
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Killed by Drought ..
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300 Somali children left for dead in drought
'He tried to cry before he died, but he could not... He died peacefully from hunger'


Families from southern Somalia wait for food rations at Maalin refugee camp at Hawlwadag district in Mogadishu on Sept.15. Somalia is the country worst affected by a severe drought in east Africa and the Horn that has left some 13 million people in danger of starvation.

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06-13-2014, 10:43 PM
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Yes, many are being wiped out.

Deep Background
In 1974 the U.S. Government legally endorsed genocide when Congress passed Public Law 93-531, which enabled Peabody Coal Compaany to strip mine Black Mesa by ripping the traditional Navajo and Hopi peoples from the land.

A Millenia of Co-Existence
The Dineh (Navajo) and Hopi have been the inhabitants of the Four Corners region since time immemorial. The Hopi way of life - living in pueblos atop the mesas and farming the arid land - was harmonious with the rhythms of the desert. Beyond the Hopi mesas Dineh sheepherders moved with the seasons between summer and winter settlements, living in accordance with ancient traditions. The Dineh and Hopi regularly interacted, exchanging food, weavings, pottery, and silver jewelry. Intermarriage between the peoples was not uncommon, allowing centuries of cultural exchange. These people describe their relationship as being based on a "covenant of neighborship" established in the ancient past with the exchange of sacred objects and renewed in the last century as well as recently in the early 1990's.

The Longest Walk
After the Civil War, excess troops were directed west to complete the conquest of Native Peoples and their lands. ..

With the momentum of Manifest Destiny and under the direction of Colonel Kit Carson, the US Army began a brutal campaign to open up Arizona for white settlement. 9,000 Dineh surrendered to Kit Carson after a military campaign aimed at destroying their agriculture. The people were marched 300 miles from Fort Defiance, Arizona to Bosque Redondo, adjacent to Fort Sumner. Living under armed guards, in holes in the ground, with extremely scarce rations, it is no wonder that more than 3,500 Dineh men, women, and children died while in the concentration camp. The genocidal mentality and actions of the U.S. policy makers would find similar expression years later when the Nazis, under Hitler, studied the plans of Bosque Redondo to design the concentration camps for Jews.

It was not the inhumane conditions of the internment, but rather the high cost to U.S. taxpayers and the government's desire to avoid scandal (they were prosecuting the Confederate Army for similar concentration camps at the time) that led to the Dineh's release and relocation to a federally recognized reservation.

Frome One Cage to Another
In a successful attempt to impose itself against the traditional Hopi, the U.S. Government passed the Executive Order of 1882 shortly after the formation of the Navajo reservation to the east. This established the Hopi reservation and was to include "other Indians as the Secretary of the Interior may see fit to settle thereon." Continuous Dineh settlement within the Hopi reservation, as well as the return of Dineh relocatees, led to the 1962 delaration of the area as a "Joint Use Area" (JUA) surrounding the autonomous Hopi reservation. In the meantime, a series of federal mandates had increased the size of the "Navajo Nation" until it surrounded the 1882 Executive Order boundary.

Corporate Interests and Puppet Governments ..

A long historical campaign of genocide against the Dineh

A long historical campaign of genocide against the Dineh-Navajo: implemented through Senator McCain’s use of unethical laws and amendments (PL 93-531 and S.1003) made repeatedly into law by Senator John McCain, an indisputable matter of Congressional Record despite his denials on the subject. Mr. McCain and John Boyden, Esq. organized a phony puppet “Hopi” tribal council representing no one but Peabody Western Coal Companies mining interests in Arizona, so as to thwart the property rights of the Dineh-Navajo whose lands just happen to sit atop the richest Coal deposits in the US. Dishonest and unethical, these laws stripped away the Human Rights of the Dineh-Navajo, written by McCain and Peabody so that Peabody Western Coal Group could simply strip mine the Dineh’s territories, after dumping them in teeming cities or off on a waste dump in New Mexico: Church’s Rock. The Uranium contamination of the Church’s site and Rio Puerco River is so intense, it is actually condemned by the Nuclear Regulatory Agency. But in reprisal for the Navajo’s refusal to leave the Black Mesa and Big Mountain in Arizona, to attempt to protect their lands, McCain became homicidal towards them, sending them to live on Uranium Tailings along a contaminated river, so that poisoning, intimidation and the shock of relocation, killed over 7000 of the Navajo Aboriginals in a very short period. Over 1/4 have died since 1999. Children are born with the highest birth defect rate in the US.
Stunning evidence of McCain’s corruption and vicious abuse of the Dineh abounds. The man is considered “the Anti-Christ of the Black Mesa” by many.

Senator McCain has the deaths of these thousands of elder, aboriginal Indians of Arizona who passed away from the abuse and stripping away of their rights, relocation to tenements in cities and onto the Church’s Hill Uranium Waste Dump Superfund site in Nevada on his conscience (what conscience? Does this man possess such a thing?) ..
Mining - the Navajo - to Extinction
Resource Extraction and The Genocide of the Navajo People

(this is an expanded version of the article that is posted on the Environment News Service)

We the five-fingered beings are related to the four-legged, the winged beings, the spiritual beings, Father Sky, Mother Earth, and nature. We are all relatives. We cannot leave our relatives behind.

Betty Tso, traditional Navajo .. With all the talk of alternative fuel sources and energy-efficient light bulbs you hear today, 55 percent of our nation's electricity is still generated by the burning of coal. This requires that tens of millions of tons of coal be extracted from the Earth each year. The toxic fallout from coal burning is well known to most, but largely unknown is that the price being paid for extracting this coal is the virtual genocide of approximately 10,000 Navajo people. (go solar)

A Slow Genocide of the People": Uranium Mining Leaves Toxic Nuclear Legacy on Indigenous Land ..
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06-14-2014, 01:46 AM
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We will never be able to find all stories of all killed by their own leaders. Blush
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AT the very time the war-makers in Washington have been trying to delude the world with specious “peace talk” propaganda, they have intensified their atrocities against the people of south Vietnam. Since the end of 1965, U.S. aggressor troops have let loose inhuman “kill all, burn all and destroy all” campaigns, using virtually everything at their disposal—including widespread poison gas warfare.

After the Johnson Administration published its “14-point” proposition on December 27, “mopping-up” operations were set in motion by the American invaders in south Vietnam on a more frequent and bigger scale than ever. The U.S. First Infantry Division, First Cavalry Division and marines, and south Korean, Australian and puppet south Vietnamese troops have mounted massive attacks on the liberated areas in Cho Lon, Tan An, Binh Dinh, Bien Hoa and other provinces and in areas around Plei Me and Da Nang. The inhuman nature of these operations—a genocide policy of “kill all, burn all and destroy all”—was demonstrated when they were launched against many populated areas.

According to an Associated Press dispatch from Saigon on January 6, U.S. troops on January 1 began to implement a “broad-based program” which, the dispatch said, “includes the establishment of free-bombing zones in Viet Cong regions, killing rice crops in enemy areas, and burning other crops and homes.” In the “mopping-up” campaigns west of Saigon, it continued, “every house they [U.S. troops) encountered they burned to the ground.” “They round up all the people they could find ... and burn and destroy everything eatable and livable.” Other Western news agencies report that the densely populated plain south of the Vam Co Dong River, where the U.S. 173rd Airborne Brigade began its “mop-up” on January 1, is a “prime scorched earth target.” The U.S. aggressors have also used poison gas, white phosphorus bombs, napalm and B-52 strategic bombers in this operation.

Genocide in South Vietnam
U.S. Intensifies Atrocities

[This unsigned article is reprinted from Peking Review, #4, Jan. 21, 1966, pp. 8-11.]

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The Soldier’s Rebellion

"Our army that now remains in Vietnam is in a state approaching collapse. with individual unit avoiding or having refused combat, murdering their officers and noncommissioned officers, drug-ridden, and dispirited where not near-mutinous ... [C]onditions [exist] among American forces in Vietnam that have only been exceeded in this century by ... the collapse of the Tsarist armies in 1916 and 1917" -- Armed Forces Journal, June 1971

The most neglected aspect of the Vietnam War is the soldiers’ revolt – the mass upheaval from below that unraveled the American army. It is a great reality check in an era when the U.S. touts itself as an invincible nation. For this reason, the soldiers’ revolt has been written out of official history Yet it was a crucial part of the massive antiwar movement whose activity helped the Vietnamese people in their struggle to free Vietnam – described once by President Johnson as a “raggedy-*** little fourth-rate country” – from U.S. domination. The legacy of the soldiers’ revolt and the U.S. defeat in Vietnam – despite more recent U.S. victories over Iraq and Serbia – casts a pall on the Pentagon. They still fear the political backlash that might come if U.S. ground forces sustain heavy casualties in a future war.

The army revolt was a class struggle that pitted working-class soldiers against officers who viewed them as expendable. The fashionable attempt to revise Vietnam War history to airbrush its horrors, to create a climate supportive of future military interventions, cannot acknowledge that American soldiers violently opposed that war, or that American capitalism casually tolerated the massacre of working-class troops. ..

Widespread Use of Poison Gas

Since the end of last year, the U.S. aggressors have been using poison gas in south Vietnam on an unprecedented scale. In their eight-day “mopping-up” campaign in Tan An and Cho Lon, poison gas was widely and repeatedly used. Gas-grenades were air-dropped in clusters from low altitudes and were also used by ground forces. Gas bombs have even been used against women, children and old people in the “mop-up” against the “Iron Triangle” region northwest of Saigon, which was started on January 1 by 8,000 U.S. and satellite troops.

When south Korean puppet troops were turned loose in their “mop-up” against Tuy Hoa in Phu Yen Province on January 4, U.S. aircraft dropped poison gas bombs on the area, and the south Korean puppets used poison gas against tunnels.

Loud professions by the U.S. war criminals that the gas they are using is non-lethal are pure bunkum. A January 12 Reuter dispatch from Saigon reported that seven Australian soldiers were poisoned while using such gas and had to be rushed to a hospital. One of them, Corporal Robert Bowtell, died.

Chemical Warfare ..


By their crimes, the U.S. aggressors in south Vietnam have shown themselves to be more barbarous than Hitler’s Nazis. They have acted like savages in their “mopping-up” campaigns.

During a “sweep” in Quang Nam Province, American troops accused a youth of being a member of the people’s liberation forces. After tying him to a tree, they slit his throat and laughed and watched as the young man’s blood dripped into a waiting basin. more here ..
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The worst genocides of the 20th and 21st Centuries ..

Here is a tentative list of modern mass murderers and the estimated number of people killed by their orders (excluding enemy armies). In many cases (notably Stalin's and Mao's cases) one has to decide how to consider the millions who died indirectly because of their political decisions. The Chinese cultural revolution caused the death of 30 million people (according to the current Chinese government), but many died of hunger. Stalin is held responsible for the death of millions by Ukrainians, but "only" half a million people were killed by his order. Khomeini sent children to die in the war against Iraq, but it was a war.
Read the bottom of this page for frequently asked questions on controversial actions such as the atomic bombs, the Iraqi war, etc (that always involve the current superpower and usually the current president of that superpower).

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06-14-2014, 08:12 PM
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RE: And Then There Was None - Death By Destruction
Another Sickening Thread on Ground Zero! seriously puking over it...

But lets just act like everything is ok. Soo Messed up! Blush
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06-14-2014, 11:27 PM
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RE: And Then There Was None - Death By Destruction
There is the possibility of this: Though many souls are trapped many return.

Many are here now to extract the justice of the Universal Order. Just saying.

A soul does not fear death. A soul is complete in itself as soul.
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06-15-2014, 03:01 AM
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RE: And Then There Was None - Death By Destruction

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Absolute Crap Crap Reasonable Nice Amazing

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