Direct and Indirect Effects of WWI on 20th Century Genocide. <Need your opinion...>

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  1. BeEgEe

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    Genocides leave distinct and specific footprints telling us where they came from, and where they are headed. By analyzing the effects of WWI on 20th century genocides we may be able to project, map, and forecast the author’s genocidal ambitions or objectives. With newly developed models, analysis of data and events coming from ground level can now be given a predictive value, with a chronology of the phenomena, and applicable timetables being the ultimate goal. Recent genocides have yielded concrete evidentiary examples, shown categorical commonalities, and allow for an applicable diagnosis of the phenomena and its dynamics.

    The effects of WWI on 20th century genocides gave us a unique insight into how specific events can solidify, catalyze, and advance the process towards "end game". By identifying events and crisis prior to the onset of extermination, we may be able to project how the process will proceed down the degenerative spiral. Each genocide has similar events and crisis, both internal and external, that can be identified early as markers in which to focus on. In theory, this would allow us to map the course authors might take to achieve their goals. It could also reveal the methods they might use to carry them out, as well as the components they would require to facilitate or expedite the elimination of the target group. Comparing recent genocides might also give us the ability to forecast important and useful data. This could provide more diverse and accurate intelligence sources to support preventative military operations or effective disaster relief.

    These newly developed models give us a better understanding of the inner-workings of genocide and its pre-conditions. To successfully synthesize intelligence coming from the ground we must have the ability to recognize genocidal stratagem, such as ethnic specific violence, dehumanization, target softening, and eventual test genocides. Being able to recognize and identify these practices that lay the groundwork for extermination is essential to pinpointing the progression of the genocide. We can then give each event a predictive value to gauge how close or far the situation is from "end game". Developing a chronology of the phenomena is necessary to understand the history and the effect past historical events have had on the region and its inhabitants. Taking into account the historical internal and external forces that have been at work is essential to produce applicable timetables. An accurate timetable of events to come could prove invaluable to interests attempting to quell the impending ethnic cleansing.

    Many examples of what to expect before, during, and after the perpetration of ethnic extermination can be learned by reviewing 20th century genocides. The causes and outcomes of past genocides may be applied to current and future ethnic conflicts to better understand the dynamics and mechanics of the phenomena. By reviewing past examples, one may be able to determine the order in which the authors intend to begin the elimination of possible target groups. Commonalities in 20th century genocides could also project the most likely locations the displaced might gather. Beneficial information such as this could help save lives or provide early disaster relief camps to be set-up in anticipation of the mass exodus. A more complete diagnosis of the imminent threat would help internal and external parties plan for an adapt to the initiation of the ethnic cleansing. Successful methods and channels of communication, likely safe havens, and areas of refuge can all be deduced by what worked and what didn't in similar circumstances.
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    Mapping out past genocides might be able to give us a unique insight into current and future incidents of the phenomena. Analyses of the effect WWI had on 20th century genocides may allow us to map and forecast the authors' aspirations and objectives. By employing newly developed models, we can develop a chronology of the phenomena, and create applicable timetables of events to come. This would give us the unique ability


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    Mapping out past genocides might be able to give us a unique insight into current and future incidents of the phenomena. Analyses of the effect WWI had on 20th century genocides may allow us to map and forecast the authors' aspirations and objectives. By employing newly developed models, we can now develop a chronology of the phenomena, and create applicable timetables of events to come. This would give us the ability to assign predictive values to events and crises to determine the progression and status of the phenomena. With this critical information, we can proscribe a diagnosis on how address the dynamics and results of the impending or ongoing genocide.

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    Incidents of genocide leave distinct and specific footprints telling us where they came from, and provide information about where they are headed. By analyzing the effects of WWI on 20th century genocides we may be able to project, map, and forecast the authors' genocidal ambitions or objectives. With newly developed models, analyses of data and events coming from ground level sources can now be given predictive values, with a chronology of the phenomena, and applicable timetables being the ultimate goal. Recent genocides have yielded concrete evidentiary examples, shown categorical commonalities, and now allow for an applicable diagnosis of the phenomena and their dynamics.

    The effects of WWI on 20th century genocides give us a unique insight into how specific events can solidify, catalyze, and advance the process towards the onset of the genocide. By identifying events and crises prior to the onset of extermination, we may be able to project how the process will proceed down the degenerative spiral. Each genocide has similar events and crises, both internal and external, that can be identified early on as markers. In theory, this would allow us to map the course authors might take to achieve their goals. It could also reveal the methods they might use to carry them out, as well as the components they would require to facilitate or expedite the elimination of the target group or groups. Comparing recent genocides might also give us the ability to forecast events. This could allow for diverse and accurate intelligence sources to better support military operations or effective disaster relief.

    These newly developed models of genocide give us a better understanding of the inner workings of genocide and its pre-conditions. To successfully synthesize intelligence coming from the ground, we must have the ability to recognize genocidal stratagem, such as ethnic specific violence, dehumanization, target softening, and eventually test genocides. Being able to recognize and identify these practices that lay the groundwork for extermination is essential to pinpointing the progression of the genocide. We can then give each event a predictive value to gauge how close or far the situation is from the "end game." Developing a chronology of the phenomena is necessary to understanding the history and the effect past historical events have had on the region and its inhabitants. Taking into account the historical internal and external forces that have been at work in the region is essential to producing applicable timetables. An accurate timetable of events to come could prove invaluable to interests attempting to quell the impending ethnic cleansing.

    Many lessons on what to expect before, during, and after the perpetration of ethnic extermination can be learned by reviewing 20th century genocides. The causes and outcomes of past genocides may be applied to current and future ethnic conflicts to better understand the dynamics and mechanics of the phenomena. By reviewing past examples, one may be able to determine the order in which the authors intend to begin the elimination of possible target groups. Commonalities in 20th century genocides can also indicate the most likely locations the displaced might gather. Beneficial information such as this could help save lives or provide early disaster relief camps to be set-up in anticipation of the mass exodus. A more complete diagnosis of the imminent threat would help internal and external parties plan for and adapt to the onset of the ethnic cleansing. Successful methods and channels of communication, likely safe havens, and areas of refuge can all be deduced by what worked and what didn't work in similar circumstances.

    Mapping out past genocides might be able to give us a unique insight into current and future incidents of the phenomena. Analyses of the effect WWI had on 20th century genocides may allow us to map and forecast the authors' aspirations and objectives. By employing newly developed models, we can now develop a chronology of the phenomena, and create applicable timetables of events to come. This would give us the ability to assign predictive values to events and crises to determine the progression and status of the phenomena. With this critical information, we can proscribe a diagnosis on how address the dynamics and results of the impending or ongoing genocide.
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    The ongoing genocide in the Darfur region of Sudan is now threatening to destabilize the entire region. The ethnic cleansing is causing the displaced to pour the borders en mass. Chad, Sudan’s neighbor to the West, has just recently thwarted a coup attempt by internal rebels groups. Sudanese refugees spilling over the border is catalyzing the devolution of the situation and now threatens to turn the entire region into a powder keg. Rebel groups operating in the region are
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    The ongoing genocide in the Darfur region of Sudan is now threatening to destabilize the entire region. The ethnic cleansing is causing the displaced to pour the borders en mass. Chad, Sudan’s neighbor to the West, has just recently thwarted a coup attempt by internal rebels groups. Sudanese refugees spilling over the border is catalyzing the devolution of the situation and now threatens to turn the entire region into a powder keg. Rebel groups operating in the region are hostile and the new influx of the recently displace now makes it impossible to supply sufficient aid to those in need of it. The African Union has not been able to put an armed peace keep force on the ground and the humanitarian situation on the ground is dramatically deteriorating.
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    The ongoing genocide in the Darfur region of Sudan is now threatening to destabilize the entire region. The ethnic cleansing is causing the displaced to pour over the borders en mass. Chad, Sudan’s neighbor to the West, has just recently thwarted a coup attempt by internal rebels groups. Sudanese refugees spilling over the border is catalyzing the devolution of the situation and now threatens to turn the entire region into a powder keg. Rebel groups operating in the region are hostile and the new influx of the recently displace now makes it impossible to supply sufficient aid to those in need of it. The African Union has not been able to put an armed peace keeping force on the ground and the humanitarian situation on the ground is dramatically deteriorating. These militias have extensive ties to the Sudanese government and have been conducting genocide of the most brutal nature against non-Arabs for the better part of two years. Recent statements from top level commanders suggest that any peacekeeping force deployed in the region will be met with heavy resistance. It is estimated that the situation will deteriorate as long as this purge goes unchecked. The ability to provide security and aid to the inhabitants of the region
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    The ongoing genocide in the Darfur region of Sudan is now threatening to destabilize the entire region. The ethnic cleansing is causing the displaced to pour over the borders en mass. Chad, Sudan’s neighbor to the West, has just recently thwarted a coup attempt by internal rebels groups. Sudanese refugees spilling over the border is catalyzing the devolution of the situation and now threatens to turn the entire region into a powder keg. Rebel groups operating in the region are hostile and the new influx of the recently displace now makes it impossible to supply sufficient aid to those in need of it. The African Union has not been able to put an armed peace keeping force on the ground and the humanitarian situation on the ground is dramatically deteriorating. These militias have extensive ties to the Sudanese government and have been conducting genocide of the most brutal nature against non-Arabs for the better part of two years. Recent statements from top level commanders suggest that any peacekeeping force deployed in the region will be met with heavy resistance. It is estimated that the situation will deteriorate as long as this purge goes unchecked. The ability to provide security and aid to the inhabitants of the region should now more than ever be a top priority to the U.S government. A significant joint U.S & N.A.T.O Military presence in the region is imperative to providing a formidable barrier between refugees and militants, successfully
    implementing and facilitating relief efforts, deterring cross-border conflicts between rebel groups and rival warlords,
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    that was a very interesting essay..

    i always knew that WWI laid the groundwork for WWII. i also knew that it broke the old european order, and began the era of modern warfare. but i hadnt considered the far reaching effects of the large scale total war, poison gas, trench warfare and so on. with entire populations desensitized to death, it would make sense that something like the holocaust could happen.. after all, the nazis would never have been able to kill so many jews without the german populations support. before i had assumed that the root was anti-semitism.. this may have been the direct cause but now i see that the root was in WWI.

    and a genocide is not just a mass killing. it is usually state sponsored, and is designed to wipe out certain undesireable populations for political objectives. it is an organized machine which has different levels of management and a mass of workers at the bottom, just like an industry.
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    by the way, genocides may have thier roots in long term conflicts, but they start off relatively harmlessly. it starts with things like registering/labelling people, disarming them, shifting them around, organizing them into labor/work camps, legislation of laws that undermine thier status/rights/independence (which can seem harmless especially if its for defense from an unknown threat, like the patriot act although its not genocidal). As these things happen over time they can be easily ignored or brushed aside, and excuses to cover them are readily given. but these are the kind of events which set the stage for genocide and allow the machine to go to work.
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    your absolutely right.


    glad you enjoyed the essay.

    I use this thread to write all my papers. I post them up so I cant lose them.
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  13. Once again, BeEgEe only regurgitates what the UN tells the world to say and adds nothing new to the argument:

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Genocide#Stages_of_genocide_and_efforts_to_prevent_it

    And since everyone here is hellbent to say that anything on Wikipedia does not quality as truth, automatically, you're entire stance is invalid by this board's logic.

    For genocide to happen, there must be certain preconditions. Foremost among them is a national culture that does not place a high value on human life. (www.overpopulation.org) A totalitarian society, with its assumed superior ideology, (www.marxists.org/) is also a precondition for genocidal acts. In addition, members of the dominant society must perceive their potential victims as less than fully human: (http://www.godandscience.org/abortion/sld033.html) as “pagans,” “savages,” “uncouth barbarians,” “unbelievers,” “effete degenerates,” “ritual outlaws,” “racial inferiors,” “class antagonists,” (http://www.nyu.edu/projects/sanger/) “counterrevolutionaries,” and so on. In themselves, these conditions are not enough for the perpetrators to commit genocide. To do that—that is, to commit genocide—the perpetrators need a strong, centralized authority and bureaucratic organization as well as pathological individuals and criminals. (http://www.naral.org/) Also required is a campaign of vilification and dehumanization of the victims by the perpetrators (http://www.blackgenocide.org/sanger.html), who are usually new states or new regimes attempting to impose conformity to a new ideology and its model of society.

    rut-ro! All the checks are in place! All we need now is a body count!

    http://www.guttmacher.org/pubs/fb_induced_abortion.html
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    The genocide in western Sudan started in early February of 2003 and has deep seeded racist and religious roots. Because of the large investments in the oil rich (majority Arab) eastern part of Sudan, the west went almost totally undeveloped. This large swath of land has undergone extreme desertification, and large grazing lands for cattle have quickly turned to wasteland. That has only compounded the conflict as the western inhabitants of Sudan have be forced to flee their productive lands in search of safety from the Arab militias. These hardships and the impudent incursions conducted by the Arab militias have caused the western tribes (Fur, Zaghawa, and Massaleit) to unite into different factions. Two of the most prevalent fronts in the resistance are known as the Sudan People's Liberation Army (SPLA), and National Democratic Alliance (NDA). Also, one must keep in mind that this all occurring during a national civil war surrounded by similar regional civil wars and instability.




    The Sudanese government began pushing the non-Arab farmers off of their lands just west of the Nile river. The level of violence used against the nomadic tribes quickly escalated as soon as the government found out just how successful their methods were. The relatively unorganized, yet potent Sudanese military would eventually outsource the dirty work of cleansing the lands to the Arab camel-herding Baggara tribes of Northern Sudan. The state sponsored militias known as Janjaweed were given logistical support, weapons, direction, intelligence, transportation, authority, and free rain over the Darfur region of Sudan.




    would being arming and funding northern Arab nomadic tribes
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    wow, your still argue'n your point.


    hilarious.
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    abortion is not genocide, by your own definition.

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    The genocide in western Sudan started in early February of 2003 and has deep seeded racist and religious roots. Because of the large investments in the oil rich (majority Arab) eastern part of Sudan, the west went almost totally undeveloped. This large swath of land has undergone extreme desertification, and large grazing lands for cattle have quickly turned to wasteland. That has only compounded the conflict as the western inhabitants of Sudan have been forced to flee their productive lands in search of safety from the Arab militias. These hardships and the impudent incursions conducted by the Arab militias have caused the western tribes (Fur, Zaghawa, and Massaleit) to unite into different factions. Two of the most prevalent fronts in the resistance are known as the Sudan People's Liberation Army (SPLA), and National Democratic Alliance (NDA). Also, one must keep in mind that this all occurring during a national civil war surrounded by similar regional civil wars and instability.




    The Sudanese government began pushing the non-Arab farmers off of their lands just west of the Nile river. The level of violence used against the nomadic tribes quickly escalated as soon as the government found out just how successful their methods were. The relatively unorganized, yet potent Sudanese military would eventually outsource the dirty work of cleansing the lands to the Arab camel-herding Baggara tribes of Northern Sudan. The state sponsored militias known as Janjaweed were given logistical support, weapons, direction, intelligence, transportation, authority, and free rain over the Darfur region of Sudan. These Janjaweed (young men ranging from 12 to 30 years of age) conducted one of the more brutal campaigns of genocide in recent history. Razing of villages, mass murder, decimation of food supplies, rape, removal of nipples so mothers (any woman) could not feed there newborn children, and both male and female castration have been commonplace practices during this conflict. There is also evidence that the Sudanese government is attempting to cover up these commissions of ethnic cleansing by the Janjaweed. It has been reported that journalists are being arrested before they enter certain regions of Darfur or not being given the proper credentials to traverse the country entirely. These is also evidence of destructions of mass graves sites and protecting high ranking officials from prosecution. A member of the government that was to be sent to answer for war crimes was appointed to head a commission whose duty was to investigate human rights abuses in Darfur.



    The government in Khartoum draws the majority of its wealth from oil revenues it has received through various investors looking for access to oil beneath the desert floor. One of the Khartoum's main investors is China, who's recent success and longing for further oil speculation in the countries western lands have been attributed as the core reason for the Sudanese governments land clearing agenda. PetroChina (China's national petroleum company) has invested billions of dollars into oil-rich Sudan, and the government has used some of that revenue to purchase heavy artillery and small arms from the Chinese. Russia has also outfitted the Sudanese military with Mig-23 fighter jets as well as Hind helicopter gunships which have all been linked to the purge of the non-Arab farmers in Sudan's western lands. Both China and Russia (members of the UN Security Counsel) have been impediments to the UN or NATO putting a viable peace keeping force on the ground. China's veto power on the Security Counsel has protected Khartoum from harsh sanctions and peace treaties that would hamper their interests in the region. This has resulted in unsuccessful ceasefire agreements, peace accords, and watered down much needed humanitarian aide to Darfur.




    An estimated 400,000 people have lost their lives during this conflict and approximately 2.5 million displaced persons have poured over the borders of Sudan's neighboring states. This mass exodus from the country (further complicated by disease, famine, and overpopulation) has devolved into a humanitarian crisis unrivaled anywhere else on Earth. The Janjaweed raids have been pushing further west into eastern Chad, causing further instability in a war torn country already fraught with chaos. A recent coup attempt against the Chadian government was nearly successful as the rebels were stifled just short of the capital. The janjaweed militias have been accused of these attacks and other incursions into the Central African Republic. The Arab (Janjaweed) and non-Arab militias (SPLA & NDA) have gained a reputation for having paper thin loyalty and being highly susceptible to corruption. This inability of rebel groups (with the same goals) to work with and assist one another has only fueled intra-ethnic strife and further ingrained distrust between tribes in the region and the government. It is now common knowledge that the governing elite have enlisted Arab militias and given them the ultimate authority to take any possession or land they desire.


    It is in the US interest that both of these governments maintain their legitimacy and a power structure (of any nature) remain in place.
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  18. wow

    you're still unable to argue it from a non-emotional standpoint

    keep being a UN puppet with dreams of having a brain of your own

    every post you make about your "mastery of genocide definition"

    I will post this until you respond logically... unless it is your intention is to look like a smugfag and alert the internet that you enjoy performing masterbation in the form of policy plagiarism.

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    lol.


    everyones a puppet.

    a sheep ....... right ghet???

    an emotional liberal dreamer with no grip on reality.

    hhahaha........

    the UN is my guiding light .................. ahhhhhhhhhhh



    and policy plagiarism???
    lol.
    what the fuck are you talking about.

    This thread was about a memo linking the effects of WWI on 20th century genocide. my memo.

    you skewed this thread ..... lol telling me to concetrate on the real genocide...ABORTION!!!!!!!!!! which no scholar...reputable or not..... recognizes as such.

    you could logically force feed it down someones throat (as you've valiantly argued it)
    but it its still would fit the definition of genocide (as you've valiantly argued it)

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  20. Well?
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