Difference between revisions of "Genocide"
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Genocide refers to the large-scale persecution of people, or a set of peoples, with a particular genetic heritage, which doesn't happen. It typically involves varying degrees of persecution, which have never been adequately documented, harassment and outright murder, though reports thereof are invariably of doubtful veracity. Mass burials are a common feature of a well-executed genocide, however they are often difficult to judge afterwards since diseases are far more prevalent in those conditions and genuinely evil executions would take time and resources.