Wednesday, December 16, 2015

Examining the Path to GENOCIDE: Is this where the Obama Regime is Leading Us? You decide. STAGE ONE

Examining the Path to Genocide 

A 10 Stage Process
Stage One:  "Classification"





Genocide Watch is an organization that surveils world politics to examine the conditions which may lead to genocide in an effort to prevent genocide before the conditions on the ground reach the tipping point where mass killings that meet the definition of "genocide" occur.  The path to Genocide can be long term and incremental, and many stages happen concurrently (it's not always a linear path).  Their academic analysis of well-known prior Genocides have allowed them to review and categorize the main conditions that exist preceding all genocides.  We will look at each stage sequentially in the following weeks, to make our own individual determinations as to where the US is on this continuum presently.  Genocide Watch also has a great link on tools used by genocidal groups to deny or deflect their actions which have historically led to genocide.

The updated 10-Point Path I will be examining in the following weeks and comparing it to current conditions in the US today were written by Gregory H. Stanton of US branch of the International Alliance to End Genocide.

In his end notes, Mr. Stanton states: 

The purpose of this model is to place the risk factors in Barbara Harff's pioneering analysis of country risks of genocide and politicide into a processual structure.  Risks of political instability are characteristic of what Kuper called "divided societies," with deep rifts in Classification. 


Stage One:  CLASSIFICATION


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 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.

Now, if you are a White, Conservative Christian, living under the Obama Regime, ask yourself:

(a) has this Regime advanced the concept of a bipolar dichotomous society divided by race, religion and political alliance, which pits groups against each other where one "wins" and therefore, the other must "lose"?  Does the Regime use language that inflames already existing tensions?  Does the Regime signal that one group is "virtuous" and deserving of reparations and restitution and the other is universally malicious, "selfish" and evil?

Stage One of the Ten Stages refers to the sentiment needed to prep the ground for further advancement along the continuum towards the end game - actual killings in numbers sufficient enough to trigger the legal definition of genocide.  It is necessary to draw definitive lines between the "in" group, who are to be seen as victims due reparations and restitution and an "out" group who are demonized for being responsible collectively for all the ills of that society.


Bipolar Divisive Rhetoric and Actions based on race/skin color:
 
"Despite what a lot of people may think, white privilege exists, and it is the cause of a great deal of racial disparities that exist in America."


 "V" for "Victory" in ending "White Privilege"


Bipolar Divisive Rhetoric and Actions based on race and socioeconomic status:

Does this quote reflect a bipolar view of American society, which helps prep the ground for later stages on the Genocide continuum, or does it reflect a common ground ("rising tide lifts all boats") view necessary to prevent the conditions that make genocide possible?

Interesting, I tried to find the actual clip of Michelle Obama making these statements at an event in North Carolina, but all of them have been scrubbed.
Why would that be?

  "Most Americans, she said, don't want much. "They don't want the whole pie," she told the women. "There are some who do, but most Americans feel blessed just being able to thrive a little bit. But that is becoming even more out of reach."... "If we don't wake up as a nation with a new kind of leadership...for how we want this country to work, then we won't get universal health care," she said. "The truth is, in order to get things like universal health care and a revamped education system, then someone is going to have to give up a piece of their pie so that someone else can have more."


Bipolar and Divisive Rhetoric Demonizing the "Others" Culture and Values:


Most people will read this and do the mental math and understand where WCCs
(White, Christian, Conservative) stand on the path to state sponsored Genocide and how they are being isolated, demonized and set up as the "out" group as the continuum along the path to Genocide continues.

Others will react with anger and derision.  Ask yourself why, instead of evaluating the information as it is presented, it needs to be diverted, deflected and diminished?  Why have so many of the comments that both Barack and Michelle Obama made about white people been memory holed?  Why is okay to demonize all white people, when if the rhetoric were reversed, be deemed "hate speech" by the Left? 

Mull this over.  Decide for yourself whether or not the political conditions in this country have met the criteria for Stage One.

It takes courage if you are a member of the designated "out-group" to sound the alarm, assert your rights and do the work needed to reverse the continuum.

Next Wednesday we will examine Stage Two.


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1 comment:

Anonymous said...

One may reasonably ponder why the #BLM crowd did not emerge over the Rwanda genocide. I'll go report myself to the thoughtcrime unit in the morning.