Inés Weinberg de Roca
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genocide can happen anywhere [KIN]

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Yes, that the scary part of these proceedings is that you realize that the horrible events that led to genocide or crimes against humanity, either here or in the former Yugoslavia, could have taken place anywhere given the right social and social circumstances.
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And that is really the scary thing, that it’s not particular bad people, evil people who do – who commit the crimes but it just the common person who is accompanying a general feeling that what, that what is a crime is at that moment of time the correct thing.
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And that it doesn’t take more than each of us saying, “I won’t, wouldn’t do this. I’m not doing this,” for a genocide or a crime against humanity not to occur.
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Country of Origin:
Argentina
Interview Date:
October 28, 2008
Location:
Arusha, Tanzania
Interviewers:
Robert Utter
Donald J Horowitz
Videographer:
Max Andrews
Excerpt From:
Part 10
Submitted By:
Voices from the Rwanda Tribunal team