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    What about the internment camps in the US during WW II. The places were German Americans were held against the will.
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    Let's not forget the Asians held in the internment camps in the US during WW II.

    Japanese Americans in Concentration Camps



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    How about the people who were first subjugated to concentration camps under the British, the Boers? Edit: Also what is the Albanian Holocaust? I've never heard of it? Freudian slip for Armenian perhaps? I just don't want bad information to linger in case of accidents. Oh yeah and I suppose I remembered some more groups: Native north and south American Indians, the Chinese under the Japanese, the pagans of Northern Europe at the hands of missionaries (such as the Saxons who were wared on by the Franks or those later in the Baltic region), and maybe the indigenous people displaced or killed by the settling Anglo-Saxons in Albion. Also the Harrying of the North. Okay I'm done. All of history is atrocities.

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    I would like to express all my distress and sorrow in this day of remembrance, concerning the U.S. Holocaust perpetrated on the populations of Vietnam, Laos and Cambodia (Indochina), where over 3 million people died in the most atrocious conditions (napalm bombing, defoliants and other weapons of mass destruction) and still suffer the side effects of it to this day. I'm not even talking about the environmental damage.

    But it is not numbers that count. Had only 1 Vietnamese been killed it would already have been a Crime Against Humanity™!

    Statistics of Vietnamese genocide and mass murder

    Genocide in South Vietnam: US Intensifies Atrocities


    This Holocaust is not even mentioned among the Worst genocides of the 20th Century, and is unfortunately covered up in spite of all laws against holocaust denial and against all human decency.

    Let's have a thought as well in this Holocaust Memorial Day for the 2 million (and counting) Iraqis that have been genocided through the 1990's U.S. embargo on food and medicine, which hit women, children and elderly particularly hard, and through the subsequent U.S. war of aggression and occupation of Iraq.

    Lifting the Iraq Embargo After Almost 2 Million Deaths


    Of course, I know this is nothing compared to the various Communist Holocausts, but still...







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    Much of the United States tends to forget that one of the biggest violators of human rights, is only about 90 miles off the coast of Florida. Fidel Castro & the Communist Regime of Cuba have been summarily imprisoning, torturing, and executing people for thought crimes and minor offensives, without the benefit of a trial for nearly a half a century now.

    Dr. Biscet is now nearly a year into his 25 year sentence for peacefully opposing the Castro regime. In a letter smuggled out of jail to his wife in November of 2003, he described his imprisonment: "The characteristics of the cell violate the law. There are no windows. There are only walls. Always in darkness ..... The sky can't be seen." The International Committee of the Red Cross, which last inspected Cuban prisons in 1986, should be allowed back into Cuba immediately. Others suffer similarly in jail. In many cases Castro and his thugs have killed his own citizens and dissidents who advocated freedom or tried to be free.
    Complete Article:http://www.govtrack.us/congress/reco...8-s20040202-22
    Thousands of political opponents to the Castro regime have been killed, primarily during the first decade of his leadership.
    Complete Article:http://encyclopedia.stateuniversity....astro-Ruz.html
    Political executions
    Various estimates have been made to ascertain the number of political executions carried out on behalf of the Cuban Government in Cuba since the revolution. According to Amnesty International, death sentences from 1959-87 numbered 237 of which all but 21 were actually carried out.[19] The Cuban Government justified such measures on the grounds that the application of the death penalty in Cuba against war criminals and others followed the same procedure as that seen in the trials by the Allies in the Nuremberg trials. Some Cuban scholars maintain that had the Government not applied severe legislation against the torturers, terrorists, and other criminals employed by the Batista regime, the people themselves would have taken justice into their own hands.[20]
    Latin American historian Thomas E. Skidmore says there had been 550 executions in the first six months of 1959.[21] British historian Hugh Thomas, in his study Cuba or the pursuit of freedom[22] stated that "perhaps" 5,000 executions had taken place by 1970,[21] whilst The World Handbook of Political and Social Indicators ascertained that there had been 2,113 political executions between the years of 1958-67.[21] The author of the Historical Atlas, an online personal compilation of various sources, concludes: The dividing line between those who have an axe to grind and those who don't falls in the 5,000-12,000 range.[21] The Cuban American National Foundation states that since the revolution 12,000 political executions have taken place.[21] Dr. Armando Lago, of the Association for the Study of the Cuban Economy, a group of academics whose board of directors is almost entirely Cuban exiles,[23] states that between 15,000 and 18,000 Cubans were executed for counterrevolutionary activities since the revolution. He also says that 250 Cubans disappeared during the period, 500 died in prison for lack of medical attention, 500 were killed in prison by guards and there were 150 extrajudicial assassinations of women.[24]

    Forced labor camps and abuse of prisoners
    In 1986 a "Tribunal on Cuba" was held in Paris to present testimonies by former prisoners of Cuba's penal system to the international media. The gathering was sponsored by Resistance international and The Coalition of Committees for the Rights of Man in Cuba. The testimonies presented at the tribunal, before an international panel, alleged a pattern of torture in Cuba's prisons and "hard labor camps". These included beatings, biological experiments in diet restrictions, violent interrogations and extremely unsanitary conditions. The jury concurred with allegations of arbitrary arrests; sentencing by court martial with neither public audience nor defense; periods in hard labour camps without sufficient food, clothes and medical care; and the arrests of children over nine years old.[26]
    The number of reported executions in Cuba declined during the 1970s and by the 1980s were restricted to rare high-profile cases, notably the execution of General Arnaldo Ochoa in 1989. Ochoa, once proclaimed "Hero of the Revolution" by Fidel Castro, along with three other high-ranking officers, was brought to trial for drug trafficking. This offense carries a maximum sentence of 20 years, but Ochoa and the others were convicted of treason and promptly executed, largely on the basis of secret evidence.[citation needed] Opponents of the Castro government outside of Cuba expressed skepticism about the legitimacy of Ochoa's arrest and execution. In the opinion of former Brigadier-General Rafael del Pino, who had been a close personal friend of Ochoa since the early days of the revolution, the arrest and execution was an attempt to keep a different high-ranking Cuban official from defecting.[citation needed] Del Pino himself defected from Cuba in May 1987.
    Complete Article:http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Human_r...cal_executions
    After 40 years in power, President Fidel Castro" maintains control through intimidation, repressive laws, and by imprisoning dissidents", Human Rights Watch says.

    Fidel Castro's security services systematically harass and persecute suspected and real opponents to his government, some of whom are tortured in prison, the report claims.

    Independent journalists, religious and human rights activists, doctors and economists are denied basic rights of defence. They are punished for crimes such as "dangerousness", says the report.

    'Basic rights denied'

    Thousands try to flee from Cuba every year
    "Cuba stands alone in the hemisphere for this kind of human rights abuse: criminalising free speech and association, imprisoning dissidents, and denying access to international human rights monitors," said Jose Miguel Vivanco, executive director of the group's Americas division.

    Cuba, according to Human Rights Watch, lacks such hallmarks of a democratic state as an independent judicial system and access to lawyers. The right to a fair trial is often compromised, it claims.
    Complete Article:http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/americas/401761.stm
    Since 1959, more than 100,000 Cubans have experienced life in Cuba’s prisons or forced labor camps for their political beliefs. More than 15,000 have been executed for the same reason. Torture has been institutionalized. This reality is best epitomized by the Camilo-Cienfuegos plan, a forced labor camp program that was founded in 1964 on the Isle of Pines. Working conditions there were barbaric. Prisoners had to work almost naked. They were forced to cut grass with their teeth or to sit in latrine trenches for long periods of time. Torture was routine.

    Throughout the years, many human rights organizations have documented the Cuban regime’s use of electric shocks, the incarceration of prisoners in dark isolation cells the size of coffins, and beatings for the sake of punishing "anti-socialist elements."

    Cuban communism has never quite lived up to its ideal of "equality." The ruling cadres live like millionaires, lacking for nothing: automobiles, fine foods, an abundance of stylish clothing -- distributed in closely guarded "Party" shops. The communist elites live in luxury, freely patronizing tourist shops and restaurants that take only American dollars. Yet the regime has a long record of sending average Cubans caught with American currency to jail.
    Complete Article:http://www.davidstuff.com/political/...tionsfidel.htm

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    Indeed, Frippard, yet more victims of Communism; by far the biggest scourge of the 20th century (and beyond).

    Ahnenerbe, an excellent post there and I fully agree with what you say about the ongoing Middle East Holocaust™ (word used by kind permission of the Jews) perpetrated by the US/UK/Israel Alliance. I dare say that we'll soon be able to add Iran to the list of shame!

    But let’s not forget what is by far the worst genocide of them all; namely the slow and methodical elimination of the White European races within their own homelands.

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    Most of these "revolutions" are manufactured by the CIA. A lot of imprisonment is toward legitimate criminals. It's hard to know who to believe. Yet I find it odd when outrageous claims are made that people are arrested and executed for no reason. Or somebody's making lampshades and soap out of human bodies. I mean these are highly unlikely accusations.

    Take Iran. The CIA instigates protests and terrorism and when the violent protestors are arrested the U.S. claims Iran is cracking down on anybody that isn't in the party line. The people were arrested for trying to violently over throw the government and for inciting riots- not for having opposing ideas. It's the same thing with elections if the non- U.S. backed guy wins the media over here claims voter fraud. I mean come on the USA accusing others of voter fraud when Bush was not elected into office twice! Be skeptical about the human rights violations of America's enemies. Maybe some of them are true, but you have to look at the source.
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