Here’s a story to ponder before anyone pillages another American neighbor or town.
Civil wars are genocide when innocent children, women and men are killed in cold blood. We know the famous one – the Nazis vs. the Jews. Let’s talk our lifetime. Let’s just focus on the 90’s and through today. The past 30 years as we’ve been asleep at the wheel but our troops have been there, on the ground as our leaders order them to be.
Yugoslavia: 1991 – 2001 and still dealing with the aftermath. The entire region is now all new territory lines and broke out in civil war.
Remember the movie, Behind Enemy Lines? We sent our troops over to Yugoslavia during their civil war that was created over politics, differences in religion and fueled hatred for one another based on zip codes.
The movie, from 2001 was based on this true 1995 premise: Lieutenant Chris Burnett, an American naval flight officer, is shot down over Bosnia and his co-pilot is killed. He uncovers genocide in the midst of the Bosnian War. Meanwhile, his commanding officer is struggling to gain approval to launch a search and rescue mission to save Burnett.
In 1993, according to journalist Anthony Loyd, Political influencer Abdić decided to try to carve out a little state for himself and succeeded in recruiting enough followers to make his dreams a reality. Abdić was able to hold power over his mini-state by using cult-like propaganda techniques over his followers and Serbian arms and military training. “Talking to his autonomist followers was much the same as speaking with cult converts anywhere in the world: a wooden dead-end dialogue hallmarked by the absence of individual rationale and logic. Sound familiar, Seattle CHOP?
This divide of civilians resulted in a destroyed country and more than 140,000 lives lost.
Rwanda: 1990 – present
Rwandans are drawn from just one cultural and linguistic group, the Banyarwanda, although within this group there are three subgroups: the Hutu, Tutsi and Twa.
The Tutsi-led Rwandan Patriotic Front (RFP) launched a civil war in 1990. The presidents of Rwanda and Burundi, both Hutus, were killed when their aircraft was shot down on 6 April 1994. Social tensions led by political antagonists erupted in the 1994 genocide that followed, in which Hutu extremists killed an estimated 500,000–1,000,000 Tutsi and moderate Hutu in a mere 100 days of mass murder. They aren’t even sure how many!
The RPF ended the genocide with a military victory. We did send in relief once it was nearly over, but these reports show how our president, Mr. Clinton, handled the ‘situation’. Which happened to be politically influenced. There’s now an infamous story, dubbed “The Clinton Apology” that gives some insight into why we Americans probably didn’t realize exactly what was happening or have media cover it.
The extremists kidnapped and tortured children, used heroin to force them into murderous soldier positions. Could you imagine a child – as young as 7, being ripped from their parents, forced to take drugs and forced to use weapons and assist the murdered who raped, dismembered, tortured their entire family who were then left to rot? That’s an evil I can’t even fathom. It hurts to even try to empathize. Dear God no.
Who helped stir this pot of murder and civil unrest? What made people decide to hate each other and become divided and do heinous, disgusting things to the other?
Today, Rwanda has low levels of corruption compared with neighboring countries, although human rights organizations report suppression of opposition groups, intimidation, and restrictions on freedom of speech. The country has been governed by a strict administrative hierarchy since precolonial times; there are five provinces delineated by borders drawn in 2006. Rwanda is one of only three countries in the world with a female majority in the national parliament, the two other countries being Bolivia and Cuba.
These are two examples of mind blowing agony that we all go about our lives knowing that there are people our there mercilessly murdering innocent people that at one point were neighbors, friends or at most, shared culture of the same country.
There’s many more, and these below all have had our US leaders involved.
- First Yemeni Civil War, 1994
- Iraqi Kurdish Civil War, 1994–1997
- Afghan Civil War (1996–2001), September 27, 1996 – October 7, 2001 In 1996 the Taliban captured the Afghan capital Kabul and established the Islamic Emirate of Afghanistan part of / also called War in Afghanistan (1978–present)
- First Congo War, 1996–1997
- Clashes in Cambodia, 1997
- Nepalese Civil War, 1996–2006
- Rebellion in Albania, 1997
- Republic of the Congo Civil War, 1997–1999
- Guinea-Bissau Civil War, 1998–1999
- Second Congo War, 1998–2003
- Uprising in Iraq (18 February 1999 – April 1999)
- Second Liberian Civil War, 1999–2003
- First Libyan Civil War (2011)
- Syrian Civil War (2011–present)
- Iraqi Civil War (2014 – 2017)
- Second Libyan Civil War (2014–present)
- Second Yemeni Civil War (2015–present)
In addition to these, there’s also a place that used to be a country – that of Tibet. The people of Tibet, including his holiness the Dalai Lama, are believers in peace. Silence and not fighting back. That country is now China and his holiness has been exiled in India after escaping at the age of 15.
In September 1949, shortly before the proclamation of the People’s Republic of China, the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) made it a top priority to incorporate Tibet, Taiwan, Hainan Island, and the Pescadores Islands into the PRC, peacefully or by force. They marched into Tibet at Qamdo with more than a million men under arms who recently concluded Chinese Civil War.
The Tibetan government had little contact with other governments of the world during this time with some exceptions; notably, India, the United Kingdom, and the United States and they were restricted by treaties that gave the British Empire authority over taxes, foreign relations, and fortifications. Exiled Tibetans claim more than 1.2 million civilians have died because of this overtaking, which is still under China rule today.
Perhaps it’s time to quit wasting all the taxes collected from the citizens to play this game played live on mainstream media and just charge them with genocide. Isn’t that what this is? Or do all the dead people from Corona and violence and negligence due to fear not count unless they fully win and turn us into Rwanda. Or into Yugoslavia, or Cuba or Mexico? Africa?
We must realize we are being brainwashed to hate one another over politics, false racism, gender inequality and basically nothing that has to do with the reality we just ended to have.
The pot stirring thickens with riots, looting, divided politics, arguing over fake headlines, families breaking apart, no trust in our system, crazy fleeting rules about a virus that no one can figure out and promises of a socialist society – just like the ones above.
They have killed thousands of innocent people from 0-100 with no remorse. They encouraged ill people into nursing homes. Encouraged people to attend Mardi Gras, Chinese New Year and more when Corona Virus was spiking. They turned away from violence in their cities for decades, they eliminated mental healthcare, police, law and order. We know people have been assassinated, murdered and lynched. Yet we are beginning to hate each other and threaten civil war among Americans.
They’ve killed any reason to watch television, social media or any place we could create happier, healing times with each other socially. By the way, we haven’t even discussed the global human trafficking operations tied to some.
hate. hate. hate. We’ve allowed all of it to sink in and start the great divide of a great country. If we don’t wake up and stand united together – CHOP, CHAZ, defunded police, BLM, theft, violence, rape, human trafficking, undocumented immigration, drug cartels and much more will continue to destroy America.
Demand Truth – locally, nationally and remember to turn off the media – studies show this is the tool of divisive civil hate stirring. Look into who owns those vehicles of destruction.
When America is gone – where will we go? What new country would you like to run to? If you think Australia or Canada or Europe – checkout Stateless. They don’t want us egotistical, unappreciated Americans pooping in their streets. We could always go to the Middle East, Mexico, South America. I hear Venezuela is great this time of year.