chapter 2,3,4,5,6

 Chapters 2,3,4,5,6 about the killing, injury and rape in chapter 2. The seven spheres of civilian suffering reach into those people affected by genocide. Direct personal violence of killing, wounding and torturing, the particular atrocity of rape, sexual violence and sexual exploitation, spatial suffering from forced and restricted movement such as flight, displacement, deportation, destituion, dispersal, resettlement, forced labour, confinement and detention, impoverishment, famine and disease, emotional suffering and post war suffering. Wounded and life-long injuries often outnumber civilian deaths and how many terrorist attacks like bus bombings and train bombings try to wound as many people as possible as that can affect people more physically and mentally. Toture is another major part of the suffering of people. These people are usually called spies and working with the enemy before being executed or tortured for the rest of their respective lives. Civilians are also affected by other forms of disasters like famine, disease, and impoverishment caused by certain things or events. Civilians have emotional problems with war and other terrible events as they hurt socially and psychologically. A big idea relating with this is PTSD (post-traumatic stress disorder) that was invented by american medics during the Vietnam war and applies to regular citizens if they were a witness to a terrorist attack. There are reasons behind why people are killed by political leaders as it related to paradoxical thinking, collective thinking, and sacrificial thinking. Purging and clearance is an evil way of trying to divide society into the good, kind people and evil people. An example of this was the crusader movement in medieval Europe where they divided the religions up and made them war against each other. Many of the atrocities committed are intended to serve a warning to people. The genocides have different variations.

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