Volksmoord is ‘n proses wat ontwikkel in tien stadiums wat voorspelbaar is maar nie onverbiddelik is nie. By elke stadium kan voorkomende maatreëls dit stop. Die proses is nie lineêr nie. Stadiums kan gelyktydig plaasvind. Logies moet later stadiums voorafgegaan word deur vorige stadiums. Maar alle stadiums bly deur die hele proses werk. Om aan te val, te martel en dood te maak is deel van al die stadiums.
(Dr Stanton of Genocide Watch): Genocide is a process that develops in ten stages that are predictable but not inexorable. At each stage, preventive measures can stop it. The process is not linear. Stages may occur simultaneously. Logically, later stages must be preceded by earlier stages. But all stages continue to operate throughout the process. To attack, torture and kill.
(UN) Genocide is the deliberate and systematic destruction of a group of people because of their ethnicity, nationality, religion, or race. It is the criminal intent to destroy or to cripple permanently a human group. The acts are directed against groups as such, and individuals are selected for destruction only because they belong to these groups. Part of such a people are their identitity, value sistems, mothertongue language and economic freedom and impact. The people’s systems have been destroyed or in the process of being destroyed. Black empowerment and expropriation is part of it. Most of those made the rules and legislations are living in denial.
The Convention against Torture and Other Cruel, Inhuman or Degrading Treatment or Punishment (commonly known as the United Nations Convention against Torture (UNCAT)) is an international human rights treaty, under the review of the United Nations, that aims to prevent torture and other acts of cruel, inhuman.
Volksmoord is die doelbewuste en sistematiese vernietiging / uitwissing van ‘n groep mense weens hul etnisiteit, nasionaliteit, godsdiens of ras. Swart bemagtiging veroorsaak ontmagtiging, armoede, gebrek aan mediese sorg, enige dienste en hulpmiddele.
Dit is die kriminele bedoeling om permanent ‘n volksgroep te vernietig of te verlam. Die dade is gerig op groepe as sulks, en individue word slegs vir vernietiging gekies omdat hulle aan hierdie groepe behoort.
Deel van ‘n volk se etnisiteit, identiteit en nasionaliteit is hul kultuur, waardesisteme, taal en ekonomiese vryheid en impak. Tans is alle volksisteme al vernietig of in die proses om vernietig te word met kommunisties oorheerste wetgewings. Swart bemagtiging en onteiening is deel hiervan. Ontkenning is deel van die volksmoord en kan van die aanwysingspunte terselfdertyd met ander ervaar word. Aanvalle op blankes en martelings en uiteindelik algehele uitwissing. Stadiums van Genocide kan enige tyd voorkom en ook tegelyk voorkom, waarvan sommige, soos ontkenning basies in alle stadiums voorkom. Regering en liberaal verligte kommuniste ontken alles.
Genocidal intent can develop gradually, e.g., in the course of conflict and not necessarily before, and genocide may be used as a “tool” or “strategy” to achieve military goals in an operation whose primary objective may be unrelated to the targeted group. Evidence of “intent to destroy” can be inferred from a set of existing facts which would suggest that what is unfolding or ongoing may be genocide. From a preventive perspective, there could be other indications of a plan or policy or an attempt to destroy a protected group before the occurrence of full-blown genocide.
Genocide s “any of the following acts committed with intent to destroy, in whole or in part, a national, ethnical, racial or religious group, as such: killing members of the group; causing serious bodily or mental harm to members of the group; deliberately inflicting on the group conditions of life calculated to bring about its physical destruction in whole or in part of the people.
STAGES OF AND WHAT IS GENOCIDE: more information
Genocide is a term used to describe violence against members of a national, ethnic, racial or religious group with the intent to destroy the entire group. The word came into general usage only after World War II, when the full extent of the atrocities committed by the Nazi regime against European Jews during that conflict became known.
In 1948, the United Nations declared genocide to be an international crime; the term would later be applied to the horrific acts of violence committed during conflicts in the former Yugoslavia and in the African country of Rwanda in the 1990s.
The prohibition against torture is a bedrock principle of international law. Torture, as well as cruel, inhuman or degrading treatment, is banned at all times, in all places, including in times of war.
No national emergency, however dire, ever justifies its use. No one may ever be returned to a place where they would face torture.
Many countries and armed groups nonetheless have engaged in torture.
Human Rights Watch documents the use of torture all over the world. We are committed to pressing government authorities to act to prevent torture, as well as bringing those who engage in torture to justice. We also work to ensure that victims of torture obtain redress, including an enforceable right to fair and adequate compensation, and full rehabilitation.
Dr. Gregory Stanton of Genocide Watch
Dr. Stanton of Genocide Watch on farm murders in SA 2012.07.26
Speech of Dr. Gregory Stanton(Genocide Watch) in Convention on Myanmar’s ongoing Genocide 2018