The Eight Unfolding Stages of the Great American Genocide (Part 3)
by Dave Hodges
May 4, 2013
Parts one and Part two of this series examined the first five stages which lead to genocide under the Greg Stanton briefing paper presented to the State Department in 1996 in which he postulated that genocide progresses through eight states. Unfortunately, and most disturbingly, the United States fully meets the criteria for the first five stages.
Part three of this series examines the sixth stage in this paradigm, Preparation. The specific research question is, “Is the current administration actively preparing to prepare the means to carry out genocide against a segment of its citizenry?”
Stage Six: Preparation
In the preparation stage on the path to genocide, potential victims are identified and separated out often because of their ethnic or religious identity. Sometimes, the death lists are created because of political beliefs and political affiliation.
History show that he process of creating death lists is normally secretive and incremental in terms of implementation. At first, the intended targets are merely listed as “people of concern.” Specific members of potential victim groups are required to display identifying symbols. This is usually followed by the expatriation of property. This is subsequently followed by forced segregation under the color of discriminatory law. Victims are often to forced to live in segregated ghettos, are deported to a concentration camp or are confined to a famine-struck region and are starved to death.
Are these things happening in America today and do our citizens have any cause for concern in this area?