The January 2nd, 2015 deadline has passed without the Democratic Front for the Liberation of Rwanda (FDLR in its french acronym) completely disarming. That should have been expected if one considers that these rebels are protecting themselves and Hutu refugee populations surviving miserably in the areas they control.
It will never be enough pointed out the fact that in the Democratic Republic of Congo, Rwanda, Uganda and Burundi, more than 8 million of innocent lives have been directly and indirectly massacred by the presidents of Uganda and Rwanda, respectively Museveni and Kagame. Unspeakable crimes have until today gone unpunished, because the perpetrators areContinue reading “Victoire Ingabire victim of US geopolitics of the Great Lakes region”
This is the title of a new film about Rwanda which is far better than Hotel Rwanda. Twenty years after the tragedy, the President of Rwanda Paul Kagame, the media, the “humanitarian” organizations, much of the political class and the pro-Israeli networks continue to accuse France of involvement in the Rwandan genocide. For those behindContinue reading “Rwanda, 20 years after: the fake story”
All the wars appear similar. They are consequences of interests just and unjust. When one looks back to the years [94/97] which saw the creation of the coalition which toppled Mobutu Sese Seko, president of the Democratic Republic of Congo [then called Zaire], it is difficult to fully comprehend that those countries and institutions which wereContinue reading “The end of Mobutu Sese Seko”
This is what the Ugandan president Joweri Museveni says of child soldiers in 1985; he was still in the bush at the time. “In Africa here, around the age of four, you learn how to fight. It’s our tradition. If you don’t know. We fight with the sticks, spears, arrows, that’s the tradition. So ifContinue reading “Joweri Museveni and his child soldiers”