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 were involved at the time measured rightly or only approximately what we see presently in the Great Lakes region.
Humanly speaking, it becomes even beyond reason to assume that there are out there politicians, military people, and businessmen from global corporations interested in mining particularly -whose interests are so important that they can allow willingly that millions and millions of people die for them to achieve what they want.
However we have to accept that this is part of the human nature: the capability of inflicting harm so broadly that human beings become the worse animals around.
Viewing and listening to this video clip will enable anyone interested in knowing some important parts of what is going on today in the Democratic Republic of Congo and the overall region to enlighten themselves.