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Oh I think I’ve found what you were talking about
> 18 Jul 1290: Jewish Community banished: Edward I passes a law expelling England’s population of 3,000 Jews. This is accompanied by pogroms and confiscation of books and property.
I wouldn’t really call it a holocaust though. It was definitely a racist and repressive act, preceded by years of maltreatment, but it wasn’t a concerted attempt at genocide.
yes we could have a second holocaust, 1. because people generally dont get along very well. 2. if it happened once it will almost certainly happen again. 3. “Because of the UN’s stance on genocide, there is no possibility of another Holocaust.” sorry the u.n. is a joke, there power is only in theory, so if some evil dicator wants to war with or nuke somone, they cant really stop him. 4. taking a look at china’s recent actions i would say they are the most likley canidate for the whole evil dictator guy that causes the holocaust. so that increases the chances fairly well.
I really don’t think a second holcaust is as likely, at least without lots of foreknowledge, considering all the countries spying on each other’s weapons. However if a holocaust was to start, it would be far more devastating than anything seen before.