Genocide ~ Cruelty ~ Human Guinea Pigs
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Gassing Experiment with Diesel Fumes at the EPA: "...the EPA has been conducting human experiments on people by piping diesel fumes from a running truck mixed with air into their lungs.... [It is now] being sued for conducting dangerous experiments on human guinea pigs. The courts will decide whether or not serious laws and practices were violated.... After the barbaric fallout of Nazi Germany, where many people were treated like experimental animals, the Nuremberg Code was designed to be an international governing set of principles to regulate the practice of human experimentation.
"...the infamous commandant of Auschwitz, Rudolf Hoess.... testified at Nuremberg that the Treblinka motor room used tank and truck engines to pipe diesel fumes into the gas chambers."See How Prescott Bush (George W's grandfather) Served Hitler's Agenda
See Human Nature
The Durban Perversion: "The United Nations hosted a full-day celebration on September 22nd commemorating the tenth anniversary of...the so-called Durban I Declaration.... This Declaration was the final outcome document of the 2001 anti-Semitic, anti-Western hatefest known formally as the UN World Conference Against Racism, Racial Discrimination, Xenophobia and Related Intolerance. It singled out the Palestinians as the victims of alleged Israeli racism. And the Holocaust deniers who were running Durban I refused to include any reference to the twentieth century’s most vile example of racism, genocide and crimes against humanity.....
"At the counter-Durban III conference, titled 'The Perils of Global Intolerance: The United Nations and Durban III,' Mr. Deng told of how he was nine years old when he was enslaved by an Arab family. He was forced to work around the clock, beaten, and subject to harsh living conditions.... Hundreds of thousands of Sudanese have been kidnapped and sold into slavery. Here was a living demonstration of the 'emerging forms of slavery such as human trafficking,' perpetrated within Sudan by the racist Arab government and population, which Sudan’s undersecretary so piously condemned at the Durban III conference."
[White House] Press Briefing by Press Secretary Robert Gibbs, 10/28/2010: "The President signed a waiver on the 2008 child soldier law, which precludes the U.S. providing military assistance to countries that recruit child soldiers. And the President waived it for Chad, Sudan, Yemen and Congo, saying it was in the national security interests of the United States. Why...?" See the next link:
Former Sudanese child soldier expects more violence after vote: "Southern Sudan is holding a referendum on Jan. 9 to determine whether or not it will separate from the country and become an independent state. The vote is a result of the 2005 Comprehensive Peace Agreement that ended more than two decades of civil war that killed some two million people [including countless Christians whose children were used as male child soldiers or female sex objects by the Islamic rulers] and left millions of others displaced." See Genocide & Human Nature
Khartoum’s Next Jihad: "Sudanese President Omer Hassan al-Bashir is under indictment by the International Criminal Court on three charges of genocide, as well as war crimes.... When it is not committing outright genocide as in South Sudan and the Nuba Mountains  where over 2.5 million died and over 5 million were displaced...the regime perpetrates its racist agenda of total Islamization and Arabization in Sudan through a multitude of devious maneuvers....
"One of Khartoum’s greatest advantages in its genocidal jihad to Islamize and Arabize all of Sudan is that the West in general and the United States in particular have never paid close enough attention to Khartoum’s overall agenda regarding its marginalized peoples."
The Starving Armenians: "They were the first victims of one genocide among so many in the 20th century, but it's not diplomatic to say so. The Turkish government might be offended. So the Obama administration pulled out the usual stops....
'"More than 2 million persons were deported....The Armenians, men, women and children, would be assembled in the marketplace. Then the able-bodied men would be marched off and killed by being shot or clubbed in cold blood at some spot which did not necessitate the trouble of burial. ...those who remained, mothers, grandmothers, children were driven forth on their death pilgrimages across the desert of Aleppo, with no food, no water, no shelter, to be robbed and beaten at every halt.' For official purposes, the Turkish government still claims the Armenians weren't victims of any organized massacre in the years 1915-1918."
Strange Migration: An Unlikely Haven For Refugees: "On July 6, 1938... representatives of 32 countries met for a conference to discuss the growing Jewish refugee problem in Europe triggered by the rise of Nazi Germany. One by one, the representatives from each country (including the U.S.) explained why they would not be able to take in the displaced Jews.... The conference was later deemed by various historians to have given Hitler the implicit go-ahead for his Final Solution. Out of all the conference attendees, only one unlikely nation volunteered to take in refugees. The Dominican Republic, led by dictator Rafael Trujillo...."
Sudan Bombs Darfur, Forcing Thousands to Flee-UN: "All AU reports indicate that the situation in Darfur has been worsening since the beginning of January.... AU observers in Darfur were denied access to investigate the death and damage caused by aerial bombings....
"European Union foreign policy chief Javier Solana said he was shocked by reports of the bombing of another village, named Rahad Kabolong, in North Darfur, saying it was one of the worst violations of the cease-fire signed last April." See GENOCIDE - Prevention, Sovereignty & Human Nature
US urged to do more to help Sudan: "...lawmakers yesterday called for a more forceful U.S. response to the genocide in ... the Darfur region where 70,000 have already died.... Among the steps that should be taken they said, was a more aggressive effort to persuade the United Nations Security Council to impose economic sanctions on Sudan. Past efforts have been blocked by Russia, which has sold weapons to Sudan, and China, which buys oil from the country." See GENOCIDE - Prevention, Sovereignty & Human Nature
"Attacks have uprooted 1.5 million of Darfur's people, and at least 70,000 have died, mostly through disease and hunger, according to the world body. The United Nations and aid groups have called Darfur the world's worst humanitarian crisis." See GENOCIDE - Prevention, Sovereignty & Human Nature
Sudan Forces Relocating Refugees: "The Sudanese security forces surrounded several camps in the war-torn region of Darfur on Tuesday, relocated refugees against their will and denied access to humanitarian groups, the United Nations said. ... The World Food Program fears the government may start forcing people from the camps back to their home villages, where there is less protection from government-backed militias known as Janjaweed....
"Sudan, however, denied any army or police forces were surrounding the camps....
Sudan Conflict Reaches U.S. Immigration Courts (Registration required): "The immigration judge called the case, and the asylum seeker from Africa took his seat in the courtroom here. After raising his right hand and swearing to tell the truth, he began a methodical account of his suffering at the hands of the Arab militias that have killed and maimed thousands of black Africans in the Darfur region of Sudan.
"The man, Fadl Ibrahim Mohammed, presented the scars on his body as evidence. 'They burned and left scars here,' said Mr. Mohammed, 36, speaking in Arabic through a court-appointed interpreter as he extended his left arm to the judge last week. 'They also broke my teeth with the bottom of a rifle.'
"Mr. Mohammed testified about the razing of his village, torture by the militia members and the journey from Sudan to Newark Liberty International Airport. His voice shook only once, when he described the bombs falling from planes and the broken bodies around him in a refugee camp along the border with Chad. 'At that time, my father got killed and my brothers,' he said. 'And three of my children and my wife.'...
"Immigration officials are now challenging his claim, suggesting he may be an imposter from Chad playing on the sympathies of American officials, who declared this month that the violence in Darfur constituted genocide." See GENOCIDE - Prevention, Sovereignty & Human Nature (unfinished)
Genocide emergency - Darfur, Sudan (Includes map of region): "Testifying before the Senate Foreign Relations Committee on September 9, 2004, US Secretary of State Colin Powell reviewed the evidence of a State Department investigation into atrocities committed in Darfur and concluded that genocide has occurred and may still be occurring." Galatians 5:19-26
Urged Home By Sudan, Refugees Find Insecurity, Hunger -- and Death: "Sudanese officials drove up to the creek near the Chad border where Alama Abdullah Hassan was hiding with her family three months ago: 'It's safe now in Darfur. You can go home,' Hassan recalls their saying.
"On Monday, Hassan was tending two young girls, a daughter and a cousin, curled up in pain from gunshot wounds, and mourning two female cousins -- all victims of an armed raid that the African village family blames on the pro-government Arab Janjaweed militia on Sept. 22....
"Sudan, under threat of U.N. sanctions over Darfur's crisis, insists it is now doing all it can to calm the situation and says it is ready to welcome home the region's 1.4 million uprooted non-Arab African villagers.... But the few who do trickle back are finding a countryside in violent flux....
"The United States, European Parliament and others accuse Sudan's government and allied Janjaweed militia of genocide in a campaign of burning, raping and killing that has claimed more than 50,000 lives." Romans 1:22-32
Genocide: "Genocide is defined as the deliberate and systematic destruction of a racial, political, or cultural group. The world has suffered many genocides in human history and, despite progress of civilization, their scope and enormity have not decreased. Genocide is one of the worst crimes against humanity."
Holocaust, Genocide, & Human Rights: "We live in a time of unparalleled instances of democide, genocide and ethnocide. The Holocaust, the genocides in Turkey, Cambodia, Tibet, & Bosnia, the disappearances in Argentina & Chile, the death squad killings in El Salvador, Stalin's purges, the killing of the Tutsi in Rwanda... and the list goes on.... It is imperative that a greater understanding of the psychological, cultural, political, and societal roots of human cruelty, mass violence, and genocide be developed. We need to continue to examine the factors which enable individuals collectively and individually to perpetrate evil/genocide and the impact of apathetic bystanders as fuel for human violence. While an exact predictive model for mass violence/human cruelty is beyond the scope of human capability, we have an obligation to develop a model that highlights the warning signs and predisposing factors for human violence and genocide. With such information, we can develop policies,strategies, and programs designed to counteract these atrocities.
Another "Triumph" for the U.N.(Registration required): "The United States said the killing in Darfur was indeed genocide, the Europeans weren't so sure, and the Arab League said definitely not, and hairs were split and legalisms were parsed, and the debate over how many corpses you can fit on the head of a pin proceeded in stentorian tones while the mass extermination of human beings continued at a pace that may or may not rise to the level of genocide. For people are still starving and perishing in Darfur. ...
"The resolution passed, and it was a good day for alliance-nurturing and burden-sharing -- for the burden of doing nothing was shared equally by all. And we are by now used to the pattern. Every time there is an ongoing atrocity, we watch the world community go through the same series of stages: (1) shock and concern (2) gathering resolve (3) fruitless negotiation (4) pathetic inaction (5) shame and humiliation (6) steadfast vows to never let this happen again.
"The 'never-again' always comes...." See Reinventing the World
President's Statement on Violence in Darfur, Sudan (September 9, 2004): "Our government has led the international effort to end the suffering there by speaking clearly about the crisis and sending assistance to the suffering. We have provided more than $211 million in aid and humanitarian relief, and we will provide an additional $250 million. To end the conflict, we helped broker a cease-fire and worked closely with the African Union to deploy monitors and soldiers to investigate violations. ....
"I sent Secretary of State Powell to Darfur and Khartoum to demand that the Sudanese Government act to end the violence. We sponsored a strong Security Council Resolution, which passed on July 30. This resolution called on the Government to disarm the Jinjaweed militias which have terrorized the people of Darfur, and bring their leaders to justice. Secretary Powell later sent a team of investigators into the refugee camps to interview the victims of atrocities.
"As a result of these investigations and other information, we have concluded that genocide has taken place in Darfur. We urge the international community to work with us to prevent and suppress acts of genocide. We call on the United Nations to undertake a full investigation of the genocide and other crimes in Darfur."
Prevent Genocide International: "Appearing before the Senate Foreign Relations Committee on September 9, 2004. Powell stated '... I concluded, that genocide has been committed in Darfur and that the Government of Sudan and the Jingaweit bear responsibility -- and that genocide may still be occurring."
U.S.: No 'Quick Fixes' in Sudan Situation: "There are no '30-day, 90-day quick fixes' to the problem, said Charles Snyder, the State Department's Senior Representative on Sudan. 'This is going to take, in my view, 18 months to two years to conclude the first phase' of making the region safe for people to return to their homes....
"The United Nations calls Darfur the world's worst humanitarian crisis. The United States and others call it genocide. In an 11-0 vote Sept. 18, the U.N. Security Council said it would meet again to consider sanctions against Sudan's petroleum sector, or other measures, if Sudan did not act quickly to stop violence ...The resolution also authorized U.N. Secretary-General Kofi Annan to appoint a commission to investigate reports of human rights violations in Darfur and determine "whether or not acts of genocide have occurred." Sudanese President Omar el-Bashir shrugged off the U.N. resolution, saying his government was not afraid of it." (9-24-2004)
Implementing the Genocide Convention in Domestic Law: "The crime of genocide in domestic law and the domestic prosecution of persons committing genocide are subjects of international significance. Correspondingly, the failure of nations to enact laws against genocide, crimes against humanity and war crimes are matters of international concern. For example, in April 1999, a Swiss court threw out the charge of genocide in the trial of Rwandan mayor, Fulgence Niyonteze, because the crime of genocide was not at that time a part of Swiss law. Many countries have more effective laws for air piracy (hijacking) than for genocide....
"The failure of countries to prosecute or extradite perpetrators of genocide, crimes against humanity and war crimes has become a matter of tremendous international interest since the October 1998 arrest of former Chilean dictator Pinochet in the United Kingdom on Spanish charges of torture and genocide. Pinochet was released in March 2000 and allowed to return to Chile, but his case has become a crucial turning point in the effort to bring an end to impunity for torture, genocide and other international crimes."