samedi 18 avril 2015

La liste des génocides établie par le juriste Raphaël Lemkin

Lemkin on Genocide (publié par Steven L. Jacobs), Lanham, Lexington Books, 2012, p. 17-19 :

"[Also included in the text is the outline for his three-volume History of Genocide, many chapters of which were never written or, if partially written, never completed] :

Part I Antiquity

1 Biblical Genocide

2 Assyrian Invasions

3 Genocide against Early Christians

4 Genocide against the Pagans

5 Carthage

6 Genocide in Gaul

7 Genocide against the Celts

8 Genocide in Egypt

9 Genocide in Ancient Greece

Part II Middle Ages

1 Genocide against the Albigenses

2 Charlemagne

3 Genocide in Medieval England

4 Genocide by the Goths

5 Genocide by the Huns

6 Genocide against the Jews

7 Genocide by the Mongols

8 Genocide against the Moors and Moriscos

9 The French in Sicily

10 The Spanish Inquisition

11 Genocide against the Valdenses

12 Genocide by the Vikings

13 Crusades

Part III Modern Times

1 Genocide by the Germans against the Native Africans

2 Assyrians in Iraq

3 Belgian Congo

4 Bulgaria under the Turks

5 Genocide against the Greeks

6 Chios

7 Greeks under France

8 Greeks in Exile from Turkish Occupation

9 Genocide by the Greeks against the Turks

10 Genocide against the Gypsies

11 Hereros

12 Haiti

13 Hottentots

14 Huguenots

15 Hungary under the Turks

16 Genocide against the American Indians

17 Ireland

18 Genocide by the Janissaries

19 Genocide by the Japanese against the Catholics

20 Genocide against Polish Jews

21 Genocide against Russian Jews

22 Genocide against Jews in S.W. Africa

23 Genocide against Rumanian Jews

24 Korea

25 Latin America

26 Genocide against the Aztecs

27 Yucatan

28 Genocide against the Incas

29 Genocide against the Maoris of New Zealand

30 Genocide against the Mennonites

31 Nuremberg Trials

32 Parsis

33 Serbs

34 Slavs

35 Smyrna

36 South Africa

37 Genocide against the Stedinger

38 Tasmanians

39 Armenians

40 S.W. Africa

41 Natives of Australia"


Lemkin ne mentionne à aucun moment les Arméniens dans son Axis Rule in Occupied Europe (1944), livre où il définit le mot "génocide". Les "génocides" soviétiques ont eu une place beaucoup plus grande que les Arméniens dans ses écrits, et pourtant aucun de ceux-ci n'a été "reconnu" officiellement par les autorités françaises :

http://www.uccla.ca/SOVIET_GENOCIDE_IN_THE_UKRAINE.pdf

http://inogs.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/05/WeissWendt.pdf

Voir également : L'inanité du concept de génocide tel que défini par Raphaël Lemkin (un juriste souvent cité par les activistes arméniens, comme si il s'agissait d'un historien compétent)

"Génocide arménien" : le chercheur Tal Buenos démolit définitivement la "caution Lemkin"

Le discours "lemkinien" du pape François