UPDATED: Genocide in the US – 61 million killed and Counting


July 18, 2018 by wimvincken

The number of people killed in the US is 61 million. And these numbers are only record since 1967. And those are the death of people, which are reported to the CDC, which performs surveillance on legal abortions (many abortions went unreported). What the real number of people killed is unknown, but it’s in the millions. In the US, nearly half of pregnancies are unintended and 40% of them are killed. In the 2014, 652,639 people were killed by abortion, 323,999 killed by the Planned Parenthood organization. That loss of lives has caused a cumulative GDP deficit of $62.6 trillion that continues to climb with each passing year. By 2040, that cumulative deficit will likely reach $400 trillion.

Does that mean that killing 61 million people over the years is genocide?

Genocide is intentional action to destroy a people in whole or in part.

According the definition of genocide, it is. Killing 61 million people intentionally is genocide.

In the US, the population grows about 3.3 million per year. That’s 145 million new born people over 44 years. Without the genocide, that new American population would count 189.5 million people. 23% of the new born are murdered in America. Legally murdered. In my view, looking at those shocking numbers, I would say that the US is not only performing genocide, but also national suicide.


2 thoughts on “UPDATED: Genocide in the US – 61 million killed and Counting

  1. […] Do you think it’s strange why this happens, when we have men allowed into woman’s restrooms, girls are allowed in boys’ clubs, boys be allowed to pretend to be a woman, the rampant pornography use, girls with penises, little boys as drag queens, drag queens story time, pronounced bullying, normalize pedophilia and bestiality, killing children in the womb? […]


  2. […] government forced measures to keep the disasters at bay, like forbidding abortions (today in 2018, half of the American pregnancies are aborted!), increased age of pension (instead of 55 years in some countries, it might well be to 70 or 80 […]


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