Genocide Is a Process. A Process In Effect Today in The USA.

“I’ve been doing this work largely because my own grandparents were survivors of the Holocaust,” said Naomi Kikoler, director of the Simon-Skjodt Center for the Prevention of Genocide. She has spent two decades studying genocides, why they happen and how to prevent them.

“Genocide is a process. Individuals are not innately hating each other. There is an effort that is undertaken to try to dehumanize communities,” she explained.

Kikoler said these efforts of dehumanizing groups of people start with propaganda that’s spread through the media and nowadays social media.

“Hate speech, demonization, misinformation played a critical role in creating an environment in which genocide could take place,” she said.

Oddly enough this article does not make mention to the Holodomor, the Ukrainian Genocide perpetrated by the Bolshevik jews. Ultimately, however all the genocides have been perpetrated by those following a ‘socialist’ doctrine, ultimately invented by jews as well.

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