Keith Harmon Snow, from his preface to Patrick Mbeko book “Canada in the wars in Central Africa.”

In the late spring of 1991 I crossed Uganda on a mountain bicycle and slipped into the eastern Congo, then known as Zaire. I was not interested in politics then, knew nothing about race relations or imperialism and, certainly, nothing about genocide. Africa was an adventure to find and experience life among-st tribal cultures and wildlife I’dContinue reading “Keith Harmon Snow, from his preface to Patrick Mbeko book “Canada in the wars in Central Africa.””

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6/4/12 out of Kagame’s closet

A lot of water has passed under the bridge. But like truth despite the passing time, the latter stands still. The remains of his aeroplane and bodies of both Burundian and Rwandan presidential teams on board fell down on his house near the international airport of Kigali [Rwanda]. I am here referring to the lateContinue reading “6/4/12 out of Kagame’s closet”

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