Future Genocides

FutureKenya


The political leaders of Kenya instigated, financed and facilitated an ethnic clash in 2007/8. Some 1,500 people were killed in their homes or churches, others hacked to death on the streets. There is no telling how many women have been raped. A series of hate speeches have been given suggesting certain ethnic groups to be morally and intellectually inferior. These murderous events have not been named as genocide just yet, but the potential for the crime is always there.

Armenian civilians rounded up by Young Turk soldiers forced to take their family and anything they could carry through the Mesopotamian Desert on a Death March
The Kenya hunger crisis is affecting more than 25 million people. The crisis was declared the worst humanitarian crisis since World War II by Stephen O' Brian, the United Nations' under-secretary-general for humanitarian affairs.

 

 

FutureYemen


Yemen has been struggling for years from instability, poor governance, lack of rule of law, under-development, environmental decline and widespread poverty. Air strikes from the Saudi led group have killed more than 7,600 people and injured close to 42,000. Seven million people are living a life of starvation, not knowing where their next meal might come from. Aid organizations are trying to grasp the situation, but are failing due to the access constraints, damaged infrastructure and unreliable access to fuel. Almost 2/3 of the entire country is at a state of crisis, and some at emergency.

Armenian civilians rounded up by Young Turk soldiers forced to take their family and anything they could carry through the Mesopotamian Desert on a Death March
Saudi-led air strikes have displaced more than three million people.