Uncyclopedia:Anniversaries/April 17

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"Eh, it was the 1910s, who wasn't committing genocide am I right?"

April 17: Genocide Appreciation Day

  • 1783 - America wins its war for independence. Agrees to continue the British policy of deindianization.
  • 1915 - The Armenian Genocide begins, Turkey declares it to be a startling coincidence.
  • 1932 - Joseph Stalin pays the clouds twelve rubles to stop raining in Ukraine, everyone dies.
  • 1940 - Adolf Hitler attempts to cleanse Europe of Jews and other minority groups, but creates antibiotic resistant Super-Minorities in the process.
  • 1967 - The Beatles write "Hey Jude", (German for "Kill everyone named Jude"). People are oblivious.
  • 1994 - The Rwandan Genocide begins, survivors of this tragedy glad that their suffering begot the critically acclaimed Don Cheadle film Hotel Rwanda.
  • 2016 - The Americans commits horrible genocide against their own brain cells, the rest flee to Canada.