By Jaz McKay
In 2012, Gregory Stanton, the founding president of Genocide Watch, presented a briefing paper called The 10 Stages of Genocide. The stages are not linear, and usually several occur simultaneously. Stanton’s model is a conceptual model for analyzing the processes of genocide, and for determining preventive measures that might be taken to combat or stop each process.
Below you’ll find Stanton’s 10 stages of genocide, and at the risk of sounding like some sort of paranoid whack job, this should make you think about the liberal establishment’s campaign to marginalize average Americans just like you:
1. Classification – The differences between people are not respected. There’s a division of ‘us’ and ‘them’ which can be carried out using stereotypes, or excluding people who are perceived to be different.
2. Symbolization – This is a visual manifestation of hatred. Jews in Nazi Europe were forced to wear yellow stars to show that they were ‘different’.
3. Discrimination – The dominant group denies civil rights or even citizenship to identified groups. The 1935 Nuremberg Laws stripped Jews of their German citizenship, made it illegal for them to do many jobs or to marry German non-Jews.
4. Dehumanization – Those perceived as ‘different’ are treated with no form of human rights or personal dignity. During the Genocide in Rwanda, Tutsis were referred to as ‘cockroaches’; the Nazis referred to Jews as ‘vermin’.
5. Organization – Genocides are always planned. Regimes of hatred often train those who go on to carry out the destruction of a people.
6. Polarization – Propaganda begins to be spread by hate groups. The Nazis used the newspaper Der Stürmer to spread and incite messages of hate about Jewish people.
7. Preparation – Perpetrators plan the genocide. They often use euphemisms such as the Nazis’ phrase ‘The Final Solution’ to cloak their intentions. They create fear of the victim group, building up armies and weapons.
8. Persecution – Victims are identified because of their ethnicity or religion and death lists are drawn up. People are sometimes segregated into ghettos, deported or starved and property is often expropriated. Genocidal massacres begin.
9. Extermination -The hate group murders their identified victims in a deliberate and systematic campaign of violence. Millions of lives have been destroyed or changed beyond recognition through genocide.
10. Denial – The perpetrators or later generations deny the existence of any crime.
Now, I ask you to watch the following short video by Greg Reese. Consider the above stages and ask yourself which stage we’re in now. I agree with Greg Reese, that we are currently on Stage 6:
The rulers of our country are very fond of deleting words from our vocabulary in an attempt to limit what we can think by limiting what we can say. When they stop accusing America of genocide and instead forbid us to say the word, we’ll know we’ve reached Stage 10.
Even if the vicious, race-based hatred aimed at average Americans by the leftists scumbags who run everything does not lead to boxcars and death camps, genocide is still very much a reality today.
Here is how Merriam-Webster defines genocide:
“…the deliberate and systematic destruction of a racial, political, or cultural group.”
I pray that people come to understand that our government is aligned and organized against the people they were elected to serve.
I mean, you tell me, would you deny that the axis of evil, which consists of the media, the entertainment industry, Big Tech, education, advertising, and of course the Democratic Party has been engaged in the deliberate and systematic destruction of traditional Americans such as yourself?
I didn’t think so.
From 1918 on forward into the 60s Russia instituted the gulag system. Just as North Korea and China did a few years later. They encouraged you to turn in your friends and families if you suspect they’re counter revolutionaries. And people did just that. Could it happen here? Well, maybe you’ve heard about how Facebook is asking people to report on those they believe to be “extremists.”
Screenshots shared on both Facebook and Twitter showed a notice asking “Are you concerned that someone you know is becoming an extremist?” and another that alerted users “you may have been exposed to harmful extremist content recently.” Both included links to “get support.”
Facebook is testing out the feature as a way to identify people who may not be quite as “brain washed” by the Cultural Marxists as they should be. And after the way the mask madness divided us last year, I’m pretty sure we’ll see people turning in their friends left and right. They really think it’s the right thing to do.
The Russians, Chinese and North Koreans all believed they were heroes to the state when they turned in friends and family members. They watched with pride in themselves as their family members taken out and shot.
There are multi generations of families, parents, grandparents and children that are born and die in these government prison systems having zero idea what the world is like outside. Love does not exist there. The only goal is survival at all costs.
Yet, in this country no one believes it can happen here. They are wrong.