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Global Genocide List

Atrocities at the behest of emotion and reason

Genocide takes many forms and represents humankind's incapacity to be human and a degree of inhumanity towards one's fellow man that is beyond the understanding of the rational mind.

Genocides take many forms, at one level there is an aversion to a neighbouring community and the development of aggression followed in some cases by complete extermination.

In addition to total genocides where entire populations are reduced near to zero, the art of cultural genocide continues today as Christianity for instance attempts to replace scientific paganism and other cultural practices as does its offshoot Islam that will happily commit genocide as it does in Kashmir and Myanmar.

This is only a partial list which I will add to periodically.

5000 BC

  • The evolution of patriarchy and capitalism which enabled abstract power to be acquired, stored and passed through the generations. This resulted in more distinct divisions within societies and life became less about ASIC survival and more about survival and style giving rise to ideas of moral superiority which can be used to justify genocide.
    Patriarchy and capitalism would eventually give rise to Abrahamic religions are focused on belief and not actual knowledge and in fact they have bent over backwards to try and suppress knowledge that would undermine their power. They are monolithic and they need to go and if this world is to endure, we must evolve beyond self-righteousness, we must descend from patriarchal egoism and once more celebrate the Divine feminine that the Abrahamic religions continue to suppress.

149 BC

  • The Battle of Carthage in the Third Punic War. The Roman Republic destroyed the city state ad exterminated its 350,000 population and enslaved some 50,000.

335 BC

  • Alexander the Greek (356 BC – 323 BC) flexes his muscles and tests his military prowess against his new neighbours before invading and slaughtering his way across Persia to the gates of India before being turned back.

632 AD

  • The Birth of Islam and the spread of a policy of convert and join us or die. An estimated 300 million have died and the killing has yet to stop as this is a political movement seeking global domination.

1000 AD 

  • Beginning of the genocide suffered by the Hindus of India at the hands of Arab, Turkish, Mughal and Afghan occupying forces for a period of 800 years is as yet formally unrecognised by the World. The figure currently stands at 511,761,993 deaths including the modern period and the killing and cultural genocide continues today ~ Hindugenocide.com/
    Babur raised towers of Hindu skulls at Khanua when he defeated Rana Sanga in 1527 and later he repeated the same horrors after capturing the fort of Chanderi. Akbar ordered a general massacre of 30,000 Rajputs after he captured Chithorgarh in 1568. The Bahamani Sultans had an annual agenda of killing a minimum of 100,000 Hindus every year. Entire cities were burnt down and the populations massacred, with hundreds of thousands killed in every campaign, and similar numbers deported as slaves.
    In a cultural genocide, tens of millions of Hindus were forceably converted to Islam. (Siknnet)

1451

  • The arrival of the Spanish in the Americas and consequent deaths of countless millions including over 10 million in the Amazon Basin.
  • The ancient oral traditions which had been carefully maintained by women (the witch problem) was finally solved in the 15th and 16th century by condemning and burning some nine million women at the stake.

1607

  • The arrival of European settlers in the now USA and estimated deaths in excess of 100 million indigenous people.

1770

  • Bengal Famine attributed to the policies of the British East India Company kills an estimated 10 million.

1820

  • Genocide of Aboriginal Tasmanians by the British and new settlers resulting in complete externination.

1835

  • New Zealand Maori Genocide of the Moriori of the Chatham Islands

 1899-1902

  • Philippines Genocide
    The Philippines was already an independent country and thus held the sovereignty over their country when U.S.A. declared war on the Philippines as a way to educate, Christianise and civilise the people of the Philippines. Others think it was a military training exercise on a whim.   Estimated 3 million dead.
  • Refs: Philippines genocide, Wiki, World Bulletin.

1908

  • King Leopold II of Belgium on Belgium began atrocities on Congo, West Africa which went on until independence in 1960

1915

  •  Ottoman government's systematic extermination of 1.5 million Armenians

1941

  • Commencement of world war two and many genocides mostly by the German authority referred to as The Holocaust.

1943

  • Bengal Famine created by the British who forceably took the regions harvests to feed their troops in WW2. Est 10 million dead.

1948

  • 8000 Brahmins murdered in Maharashtra India
    Following the assassination of M. K. Gandhi by Nathuram Godse, with Narayan Apte, who were Maharashtrian Brahmins, Brahmin localities of Pune and Satara saw a massacre of Maharashtrian Brahmins, orchestrated by Indian National Congress, along with other Brahmin-hating groups.

1950

  • The commencement of a new chapter in a social form of genocide, the war against women by the use of the female form as a tool for consumerism (advertising and marketing) which is still ongoing.

1952

  • In another of Britain's Dirty Wars lasting until 1960,  300,000 Kikuyu were either unaccounted for or dead in Kenya. Detail

1971

  • Bangladesh
    The Islamic Pakistani military  supporting Islamist militias from Jamaat-e-Islami killed up to 3,000,000.

1975

  • East Timor genocide. East Timor sought independence from Indonesia because it had independent traditions and economy. The Indonesian government troops are estimated to have killed 13% to 44% of East Timor's total population.

1994

  • Rwanda,  close to 1 million Tutsi people were killed

1995

  • The Bosnian genocide refers to either the genocide at Srebrenica and Žepa committed by Bosnian Serb forces in 1995 or the wider ethnic cleansing campaign throughout areas controlled by the Army of Republika Srpska that took place during the 1992–1995 Bosnian War.
    This was a religious war, the Ottomans had invaded Europe and reached Bosnia by 1388 but been repulsed from the entire region by 1908. The Ottomans made war under the banner of Islam

2001

  • The US invasion of Afghanistan on pretext of Afghanistan having supported terrorists who blew up the World Trade Centre in New York, an action that was soon discovered to be done by the CIA although no one seems to care.

2003

  • The US invasion of Iraq again on a false pretext to replace a democratically elected government. Not only have they killed millions of people, they are enacting a cultural genocide by destroying the country's infrastructure and heritage.

2014

  • Genocide of Yazidis by Daesh (ISIL) in Iraq

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