The Hague [25.01.14], London [29.01.14] and Paris [01.02.14] protests against KKK of the Great Lakes Region

Victoire Ingabire ProtestJoweri Kaguta Museveni, Paul Kagame and Joseph Kabila, respectively Presidents of Uganda, Rwanda and Democratic Republic of Congo, are those referred to in the title here as KKK abreviation.

Historically, Ku Klux Klan was and still is this racist and Caucasian American organisation, which during slavery, was very active in intimidating, harassing and lynching black people.

What the KKK of the Great Lakes region has been doing for almost two

Spanish protester in July 2010 in Madrid showing Kagame's blood hands. At that occasion, Spanish prime minister Sapatero refused to be seen in public with Paul Kagame who was attending a UN metting on MDGs.

Spanish protester in July 2010 in Madrid showing Kagame’s blood hands. At that occasion, Spanish prime minister Sapatero refused to be seen in public with Paul Kagame who was attending a UN metting on MDGs.

decades is far more worse than its peer of the other side of the Atlantic Ocean.

I could not find any approximate estimate number of the victims of the supremacist American organisation – also called by some analysts the American forgotten terrorists.

In the absence of such element, it becomes difficult to compare its victims with those of its contemporary peer of the Great Lakes of Africa; therefore any comparison would probably relate only on the tactics of the two terrorist structures.

“The hallmark activity of the Ku Klux Klan is the perpetration of violence,” says J. Keith Akins.

Like its American peer, KKK of the Great Lakes uses tactics of violence in addressing its real and fictitious enemies. Today its victims amount to millions of people in Rwanda, Democratic Republic of Congo and Uganda. That violence has already lasted more than two decades and is still ongoing.

In order to vigorously resist and oppose Kaguta, Kagame and Kabila in

During a protest of mainly Congolese staged on 28.11.12 at the diplomatic representations of Rwanda and Democratic Republic of Congo in London days after the rebel group M23 had occupied Goma.

During a protest of mainly Congolese staged on 28.11.12 at the diplomatic representations of Rwanda and Democratic Republic of Congo in London days after the rebel group M23 had occupied Goma.

their persistent crimes against their respective citizens, and across borders in the case of the first two, a series of public protests across Europe are organised in the coming days.

Saturday 25/01/14

VENUE: THE HAGUE [The Netherlands]

Wednesday 29/01/14

VENUE: LONDON [United Kingdom]

Saturday 01/02/14

VENUE: PARIS [France]

The objectives of these manifestations are mainly:

TO DENOUNCE THE UNJUST IMPRISONMENT OF VICTOIRE INGABIRE, THE RWANDAN WOMAN POLITICAL LEADER TO 15 YEARS OF DEPRIVATION OF FREEDOM IN JAIL IN RWANDA, AND ALL OTHER POLITICAL LEADERS DETAINED UNFAIRLY

Chateau RougeTO CLAIM JUSTICE FOR THE ASSASSINATION OF COLONEL PATRICK KAREGEYA PERPETRATED IN SOUTH AFRICA ON 31/12/13, AND ALL OTHERS POLITICIANS, JOURNALISTS, ACTIVISTS KILLED BY KAGAME’S REGIME

TO OPPOSE CRIMINAL INVOLVEMENT OF PAUL KAGAME AND HIS MILITIAS IN THE PLUNDERING OF CONGOLESE MINERAL RESOURCES, ACTIVITY WHICH HAS TAKEN MORE THAN 8 MILLION OF CONGOLESE LIVES

Congolese Parliamentarian Diomi Ndongala at his release in Kinshasa 11/10/12 at 1.40 am.

Congolese Parliamentarian Diomi Ndongala at his release in Kinshasa 11/10/12 at 1.40 am. Unfortunately he was re-incarcerated and was ill in prison at the latest news.

RWANDANS, CONGOLESE, BURUNDIANS, UGANDANS, OTHER AFRICANS AND FRIENDS OF AFRICA, YOU ARE ALL INVITED TO JOIN US IN BIG NUMBERS FROM WHEREVER THEY CAN TRAVEL [IRELAND, BELGIUM, FRANCE, THE NETHERLANDS, LUXEMBOURG, SWITZERLAND, ETC TO DENOUNCE VIGOROUSLY THE BIGGEST MURDERER THAT OUR CONTINENT HAS EVER KNOWN AND HIS INTERNATIONAL SPONSORS.

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