What Is Considered Genocide And Why

Don't be naive
Don’t be naive

I recieved a email from Thea Beckmen blog: “Why? Because Science”. See it here I liked this blog and left this comment: Hi Thea, Sharing that information on your blog is telling me that you are a worldly person, with compassion. Unfortunately for me, I have known about the genocide in Africa for too long. When people of power (not mentioning names) decide to do away with people they don’t expect any ramifications. Long term effects. What is Science? Lets say that nature finds a way to manifest what man thinks he can control.
Thea’s reply: Genocide refers to war or “extermination” motivated by religion or culture, so I’m not sure how your comment relates to the post: if there’s one thing to be said for viruses, it’s that they aren’t racist or xenophobic! Anyone with a beating heart will do. I do agree with your last point. We mostly maintain an illusion of control over our environment.
What I would like my readers to understand is that there is more going on then you are lead to believe. I would love comments about this blog and please read more and let me know you liked what I wrote also.
To define further, Genocide is the systematic destruction of all or part of a racial, ethnic, religious or national group. Which goes on to describe; Killing of members of the group; Causing of serious bodily or mental harm to members of the group; Deliberate inflicting on the group’s conditions of life calculated to bring about its physical destruction in whole or in part; Imposing of measures intended to prevent births within the group; or forcible transferring of children of the group to another group.
Genocide entails also the Conspiracy to commit genocide; Direct and public incitement to commit genocide; Attempt to commit genocide; and Complicity in genocide. What constitutes enough of a “part” to qualify as genocide has been subject to much debate by legal scholars.
For those readers of this blog who are or where never exposed by the word Genocide, I offer this to them.
The word “genocide” was coined by Raphael Lemkin (1900-1959), a Jewish Polish lawyer, following the Nazi destruction of the Jews of Europe. He used a combination of Greek and Latin words: geno (race or tribe) and cide (killing). Lemkin was describing “a coordinated plan of different actions aiming at the destruction of essential foundations of the life of national groups, with the aim of annihilating the groups themselves.” Use this link> to read more on Genocide.

If I may, there is something else I would like to convey, if you can remain objective.
I read something five years ago about Discovering the Deception Behind Religious Doctrine and Occult Phenomena and it was written like this: “Entering a difficult period in life, I turned to religion seeking answers. faithfully accepted religious teachings and submersed myself on an eight-war spiritual journey only to discover that the enlightenment offered was a deception. I felt angry and betrayed.” — Tracy Alexander

My next statement is not something to take offense to. However, I will share it with you anyway not being aware of what country you are from.

Religious teachings are seductive. They hold out the promise of wisdom. This is especially enticing to someone who has problems in life.
You think you are going to gain something extremely important. Religious and mystical teachings are filled with spiritual mysteries that need solving. Solving mysteries is something everyone likes to do. Indeed, mystery is a real drawing power of all forms of mysticism, People who get into spirituality on a deep level do so because they’re seeking honesty, enlightenment, and fairness.

They desire a world where honesty prevails, where fairness and compassion are the rules. They are seeking an ideal way to live and deal with others.

But. what they do not realize is that the ultimate wisdom and enlightenment they seek is an illusion.. For, what the dedicated student of religion eventually discovers is that the core of religion is a deception. Those few dedicated students who reach this breakthrough either leave in disgust or are made teachers and spiritual leaders themselves in order to perpetuate the hoax. They rationalize that the people, the masses need the guidance and morality provided by religious doctrine. The so-called enlightenment that students of religion and other mystical systems seek to obtain is the realization that God is not looking out after us.

Unbelievably, the spiritual enlightenment that religious and mystical leaders urge their pupils to obtain, an enlightenment that dedicated students of religion spend years striving to obtain, brings a person back to square one to the realization that no higher authority can be your guide. Only you, the individual, can make decisions and properly guide your own life
What is even more astonishing is when the religious student realizes that the very spiritual leaders he looked up to and followed have also broken through to this same level. The leaders know that at the core of their teachings lie an illusion; that no mystical power is looking out for us. Those students who struggle for years and finally break through to this realization are then made spiritual leaders themselves.

According to religious/spiritual leaders, the common people need to believe in a higher authority in order to live moral productive live. Thus, the Hoax is perpetuated. The religious/spiritual leaders have invested too heavily in religious and mystical doctrines to just walk away.

In reality, one is being told an untruth. No supernatural, all-powerful entity is looking out after us. This all begins with the religious and spiritual leaders weaving a seductive illusion that there is a higher power who will help us.
That is the hook behind all religious and mystical teachings; that God or some higher power is going to help you. This is the essence of what attracts most people to religion. They are looking for someone or something to help them. The religious/mystic path is a process one goes through that can be compared to a scientific experiment.

Now, what I have disclosed is in no way meant to discourage anyone about how they feel about religion. What was said here is to inform you that religion is a business. With the proper understanding, one can find religion inside them self. This will also show how people can be controlled to hate, kill and deny others from achieving success.

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