History of humankind witnessed the “population meltdown” operations throughout human history due to ethnic-religious or political identity, especially after the industrial revolution.
A typical example is the “Final Solution” strategy, planned and executed by Nazi leader Adolf Hitler and his staff.
On January 20, 1942, SS leaders, who came together as a vibrant district of Berlin in a villa by Wansee on the lake, decided to transform the “Jewish race” movement, which had already begun across Europe, into a neat-tidy plan. For the first time in human history, a state had developed a strategy for the destruction of a national-religious group and the absence of a person.
Continuation is the burning down of millions of Jews during the Second World War between 1939 and 1945, in the concentration camps of humanity, such as Auschwitz.