Genocide and those who play the part

Many people do not understand the legal definition of genocide, nor are they aware of how genocide is considered internationally. Many are of the misunderstanding that genocide is the mass murder of millions of people all in one shot — something akin to the holocaust. In fact, genocide is defined in the United Nations Convention on Genocide as follows:
In the present Convention, genocide means any of the following acts committed with intent to destroy, in whole or in part, a national, ethnical, racial or religious group, as such:

(a) Killing members of the group;
(b) Causing serious bodily or mental harm to members of the group;
(c) Deliberately inflicting on the group conditions of life calculated to bring about its physical destruction in whole or in part;
(d) Imposing measures intended to prevent births within the group;
(e) Forcibly transferring children of the group to another group.

That is the definition. In Canada and the United States, settler governments have committed genocide against Indigenous peoples, not under just one category, but under every single category noted above. We all know it, but the reality stands in such stark contrast to the mythology created by government about what Canada stands for, that many people resort to denial. Indigenous peoples who have raised the subject have been referred to as “nutbars”, “whackos”, “conspiracy theorists”, “radicals” and “terrorists”.
The issue of genocide is radical — not because it is not true, but because it stands so far outside the realm of humanity and human rights that the tendency is to save the term for only the most obvious, horrific, well-known instances of genocide committed in places far away from Canada.
The term genocide is usually saved for instances where the victims are considered to be humans — and Indigenous peoples have long been characterized as non-humans for centuries. Aside from the historical depictions of Indigenous peoples as “savages”, “heathens” or “pagans”, they have also been treated by governments as “dangerous and sub-human.” The myth of Indigenous peoples being sub-human allowed governments to steal Indigenous lands under the legal fiction of “terra nullius” (lands belonging to no one). They knew better of course, but it allowed them to justify not only the theft of lands from Indigenous peoples, but the brutal acts of genocide which were committed upon them.

As of now all peoples that live within the confines of civilization are contributing directly or indirectly to this status including the descendants of tribal peoples who are indigenous to particular lands and who benefit and sustain off of foods and other so called natural resources coming from third wold countries of south america, Africa and other lands,
who´s indigenous peoples are experiencing a conflict with the encroachment of corporate-government who are exploiting there resources to feed the people in the First Worlds like canada United State European union and Switzerland, poor and rich alike.

THE CORPORATE GOVERNMENTS OF CIVILIZATION WILL NOT HALT TILL ALL THE LANDS HAVE BEEN ACQUIRED AND ALL THE PEOPLE INCLUDING THE ANIMALS WILL HAVE BECOME THE SERVANT SLAVES TO THE UPPER ECHELONS OF CIVILIZED SOCIETY.

One of the most simplest and effective ways to resist and to hinder this civilizing progress is to not buy their products that keep them in political and economic power, and there are four major commodities not to mention gasoline and oil.

Refined tobacco – that is offered up the spirits

Alcohol – including your fine wine

Pharmaceutical drugs – that keeps the people sedated and dependent, including marijuana

and

Factory Farmed Meat – of which is cruel and extremely unhealthy for the earth, people and the animals, the eating of this flesh go’s against all spirituality’s that identifies the earth as their mother and the animals that are the guiding sprits to the metaphysical world of the Manitous, that have kept the natural balance of the world in check for tens of thousands years since before the invention of lineal time .

These four product and not to mention the many that are consumed every signal day require the animals and indigenous peoples lands to harvest, grow and to make a profit so that some can have a job to feed their families and the greed that the ultra rich are addicted to.

As of now we are all contributing to the current condition of the world, of which
is extremely POOR

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4 thoughts on “Genocide and those who play the part

  1. Have you seen the documentary Red Cry? Many of these points were expounded upon in that film. The Lakota are one of the many people groups still being “cleansed” and assimilated from Turtle Island, and it is heart-wrenching. My heart aches for these people as it does with many of my brothers.

    Excellent post

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    1. I think so I have seen so many, I am going to go check it out Thanks, The lakotas, is a very hard situation, it the symbolic representation of all the issues that Indigenous people face, some more extreme then the other and Pine Ridge reservation is one of these extremes. thank you for the comment usually I have “hate mail”.

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