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Is another Holocaust possible?

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2012-01-03 17:33:08
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It would be almost impossible for another atempt to whip out an entire race with out any country stepping in for assistance. Sure in Africa there are thousands of innocent people that die year but not to a scale such as the Holocaust.

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The above answer is ... far too optimistic. In 1994 in Rwanda, Hutu militias slaughtered 800,000 Tutsis for ethnic (racial) reasons. There were no gas chambers or anything as sophisticated as that - it was mainly done with machetes. As for the scale, the 800,000 were killed within 3 months in a frenzy of murder. That is on a par with the rate at which the Nazis committed genocide.

As in the case of the Holocaust, the rest of the world just didn't want to know - until it was over.

Yes another holocaust is possible

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