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Genocide and the electromagnetic connection

Genocide and the electromagnetic connection

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PLEASE SEE LINK ABOVE FOR MORE ON GENOCIDEAND THE FORMULA INCLUDED FOR BIOLOGICALWARFARE
GENOCIDE
WHAT IS INCLUDED ON THE FOLLOWING PAGES SOMETHINGTHAT NEEDS TO BE SEEN IN A MUCH DIFFERENT WAY. WHILETHERE ARE A LOT OF SITES ON THE INTERNET THAT INCLUDEFACTS ABOUT GENOCIDE I THINK THERE IS A MUCH HIGGERISSUE THAT NO ONE, AT LEAST AS FAR AS I CAN TELL HASNOTICED. IT IS THE ISSUE THAT THESE TRAGEDIES MAY BOT BEABLE TO SEPERATED FROM EACH OTHER THEY MAY BE PART OFA MUCH BIGGER WHOLE. A WHOLE THAT COINSIDES WITH ASECRET THAT THE WORLD NEEDS TO KNOW BUT THERE AREPEOPLE THAT REFUSE TO ALLOW IT TO BE REVEALED.UNFORTUNATELY, PEOPLE USUALLY USE THE WORD CONSPIRACYFOR WHAT I AM TALKING ABOUT. AND THEN PROCEED TO SAYTHAT PEOPLE THINK THAT CONSPIRACIES EXIST ARE JUSTPARANOID PEOPLE. I THINK THAT IS ALSO A WAY PEOPLE KEEPTHE SECRET FROM PEOPLE.THE SECRET I AM TALKING ABOUT IS THE PHYSICS WORLD OFELECTROMAGNETIC. IN THE LATE 1800'S OR EARLY 1900'STHERE WAS A SELECT GROUP IN EUROPE THAT PUT TOGETHER APROJECT BASED ON THAT PHYSICS WORLD. IT IS NOT THEPHYSICS WORLD OF ALBERT EINSTEIN, EVEN THOUGH I AM SUREHE WAS OFFERED A SPOT IN THE PHYSICS GROUP I AM TALKINGABOUT. ALL OF THE GENOCIDE THAT IS INCLUDED MIGHT, INSOME WAY, BE RELATED TO THAT WORLD.THERE IS A BOOK, AND IT IS THE ONLY BOOK I KNOW OF THATATTEMPTS TO DEAL WITH THAT WORLD IN SCIENTIFIC TERMS. IAM NOT SAYING THAT EVERYTHING RELATED TO THAT WORLD ISNOT GOOD FOR HUMANITY I AM ONLY SAYING THAT IF IT IS USEDBY THE WRONG PEOPLE IT CAN RESULT IN EXACTLY THEOPPOSITE RESULT OF WHAT IT WAS INTENDED. IN FACT I AMSURE THAT IF IT WERE ALLOWED TO BE KNOWN HOW MUCHBETTER PEOPLE'S LIVES COULD BE I THINK THEY WOULD ATLEAST MAKE AN EFFORT TO FIND OUT ABOUT IT. THE BOOK I AMSPEAKING ABOUT IS TITLED THE BODY ELECTRICelectromagnetism and foundation of life . THE AUTHORSNAME IS ROBERT O. BECKER M.D., AND GARY SELDEN
 
 
Approximately 11 million people were killed because of Nazi genocidal policy. It wasthe explicit aim of Hitler's regime to create a European world both dominated andpopulated by the "Aryan" race. The Nazi machinery was dedicated to eradicatingmillions of people it deemed undesirable. Some people were undesirable by Nazistandards because of 
who they were,
their genetic or cultural origins, or healthconditions. These included Jews, Gypsies, Poles and other Slavs, and people withphysical or mental disabilities. Others were Nazi victims because of 
what they did.
These victims of the Nazi regime included Jehovah's Witnesses, homosexuals, thedissenting clergy, Communists, Socialists, asocials, and other political enemies.Those believed by Hitler and the Nazis to be enemies of the state were banished tocamps. Inside the concentration camps, prisoners were forced to wear various coloredtriangles, each color denoting a different group. The letters on the triangular badgesbelow designate the prisoners' countries of origin.
This photo shows a chart of the prison badges used in concentration camps.
Jews
Antisemitism was a familiar part of European political life in the 1800s. Politicalantisemitism was preceded by centuries of religious persecution of Europe's Jews.There is evidence as early as 1919 that Hitler had a strong hatred of Jews. AsChancellor and later ReichsfŸhrer, Hitler translated these intense feelings into a seriesof policies and statutes which progressively eroded the rights of German Jews from1933-1939.At first, the Nazis boycotted Jewish businesses for one day in April 1933. Thenlegislation excluded Jews from certain professions. The Nuremberg Laws created verydetailed Nazi definitions of who was Jewish. Many people who never consideredthemselves Jewish suddenly became targets of Nazi persecution.
 
The world accessible to German Jews narrowed. Jews were no longer allowed to entercinemas, theaters, swimming pools, and resorts. The publishing of Jewish newspaperswas suspended. Jews were required to carry identification cards and to wear Star of David badges. On one night, Nazis burned synagogues and vandalized Jewishbusinesses. The arrests and murders that followed intensified the fear Jews felt. Next,Jewish children were barred from schools. Curfews restricted Jews' time of travel andJews were banned from public places. Germany began to expel Jews from within itsborders.Germany's invasion of Poland in late 1939 radicalized the Nazi regime's policy towardJews. Hitler turned to wholesale death of the European Jewish population. He sweptJewish populations into ghettos in eastern Europe. Simultaneously, mobile squadskilled millions. The next step was to send Jews to squalid concentration and deathcamps. Approximately six million died for one reason: they were Jewish.
More information about Jewish victims of the Holocaust, with links to other Websites and documentary materials.
Roma (Gypsies)
The Roma, a nomadic people believed to have come originally from northwest India,consisted of several tribes or nations. Most of the Roma who had settled in Germanybelonged to the Sinti nation. The Sinti and Roma had been persecuted for centuries.The Nazi regime continued the persecution, viewing the Roma both as asocial and asracially inferior to Germans.Although the Nuremberg Laws did not specifically mention them, Roma wereincluded in the implementation of the statutes. Like Jews, they were deprived of theircivil rights. In June 1936, a Central Office to "Combat the Gypsy Nuisance" openedin Munich. By 1938, Sinti and Roma were being deported to concentration camps.The fate of the Romani peoples paralleled that of the Jews after the beginning of World War II: systematic deportation and murder. First, western European Romawere resettled in ghettos. Then they were sent to concentration and exterminationcamps. Many Roma in the east--Russia, Poland, and the Balkans--were shot by the
 Einsatzgruppen.
In total, hundreds of thousands of Sinti and Roma were killedduring the Holocaust.
Further information about the Sinti and Roma, a photo, and links to other Web

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