Memorial Day 2016

By Melanie Davis, Brilliant Media llc.

…all politics aside, no one should have to die for freedom[.]

‘The significant problems we have cannot be solved at the same level of thinking with which we created them.’ – Albert Einstein

This Memorial Day I ask that we honor those we have lost and those who are doing their jobs, and while doing so, please question EVERYTHING till you find the real truth!Memorial-Day_002

  1. Why are we (you, your sons, daughters, brothers, sisters, husbands, wife’s, mothers, fathers) at War(s)?
  2. Do you hate them?
  3. Why/ Honestly, Why do you hate them?
  4. Is your hate fueling their financial gain and our poverty while ensuring the slavery of you, your sons, daughters, brothers, sisters, husbands, wife’s, mothers, fathers?
  5. What are you, you, your sons, daughters, brothers, sisters, husbands, wife’s, mothers, fathers getting in exchange for war?
  6. At the end of the day who is really protecting you in your home…who is protecting them in their home?
  7. How has their greed negatively impacted your life and the life of those you love?

This Memorial Day while honoring those we have lost and those doing their job let’s, let’s honor ALL of the people worldwide we have lost, regardless of which side you are doing your job. Just like the brave mothers and fathers of West, the brave mothers, and fathers in the East start their day with a prayer for their families safety…

Deathtoll & Counting (all wars):  313,232,919–674,733,827

List of wars by death toll with over 1,000,000 deaths (source: Link)

List of wars by death toll with over 1,000,000 deaths[edit]

War Deaths Date Location Notes
Total (all wars) 313,232,919–674,733,827 Recorded history Worldwide Based on all data described here
World War II 60,000,000–85,000,000 1939–1945 Worldwide see World War II casualties
Mongol conquests 40,000,000–70,000,000 1206–1324 Eurasia [1][2][3][4]
Three Kingdoms War 36,000,000–40,000,000 184–280 China [5][6]
Second Sino-Japanese War 25,000,000 1937–1945 China [7] – Part of World War II
Qing dynasty conquest of Ming Dynasty 25,000,000 1616–1662 China [8]
Taiping Rebellion 20,000,000–100,000,000 1850–1864 China [9] – may be underestimated
World War I/Great War 20,000,000 1914–1918 Worldwide see World War I casualties
An Lushan Rebellion 13,000,000–36,000,000 755–763 China [10] – may be underestimated
Conquest of the Americas 8,400,000 – 137,750,000 1492–1691 Americas [11][12][13] See Population history of indigenous peoples of the Americas. These death toll estimates vary due to lack of consensus as to the demographic size of the native population pre-Columbus, which some say might never be accurately determined.[14][15][15][16][17]
Dungan Revolt 8,000,000–20,770,000 1862-1877 China
Conquests ofTamerlane 8,000,000–20,000,000 1370–1405 Eurasia [18][19]
Chinese Civil War 8,000,000 1927–1949 China [20]
Russian Civil War and Foreign Intervention 5,000,000–9,000,000 1917–1922 Russia [21]
Napoleonic Wars 3,500,000–6,000,000 1803–1815 Europe see Napoleonic Wars casualties
Thirty Years’ War 3,000,000–11,500,000 1618–1648 Europe [22]
Second Congo War/Great War of Africa 2,500,000–5,400,000 1998–2003 Central Africa [23][24][25][26]
French Wars of Religion 2,000,000–4,000,000 1562–1598 France [27] – also known as Huguenot Wars
Shaka‘s conquests 2,000,000 1816–1828 South Africa [28]
Korean War 1,200,000 1950–1953 Korea [29]
Mexican Revolution 1,000,000–2,000,000 1910–1920 Mexico [30]
Iran–Iraq War/First Persian Gulf War 1,000,000 1980–1988 Middle East [31]
Japanese invasions of Korea 1,000,000 1592–1598 Korea [32]
Biafra War 1,000,000 1967–1970 Nigeria
Soviet war in Afghanistan 957,865–1,622,865 1979–1989 Afghanistan [33][34][35]
Conquests of Mehmed II ‘the Conqueror’ 873,000 1451–1481 Eurasia [36] – may either be underestimated or overestimated
Seven Years’ War 868,000–1,400,000 1756–1763 Europe [37][38]
Vietnam War/Second Indochina War 800,000–3,800,000 1955–1975 Vietnam [39][40][41]
The Great Purge 600,000-1,200,000 1936-1938 Soviet Union

 

List of wars by death toll with fewer than 1,000,000 deaths[edit]

the past repeatI pray we wake up, shine our inner light, and heal the world with unconditional love and that we did not kill a total of 313,232,919–674,733,827 people in recorded history Worldwide based on all data described here because someone told us to hate someone else…

…imagine if our brave mothers and fathers from both the East and West no longer sent their kids to die – All the world would be free!