Dehumanization is used by perpetrators to evoke feelings of loathing, contempt, and revulsion, often by comparing or identifying the target with nonhuman species or diseases.
Blaming the target for the perpetrators personal misfortunes or those of his/her group and/or provoking feelings of fear towards a specific group.
Denying the existence or history of the other group, and/or accusing the target of extreme criminal acts.
Presenting false or partial information with the intent to malign.
Negating historical facts or denying past atrocities.
Statements of intent to inflict pain, injury, damage, or other hostile action on groups or individuals.
Glorification of terror
Invoking well-known perpetrators of genocidal violence as role models (such as the memorializing “martyrs” or financial compensation for families of “martyrs” or terrorists)