Stopping the complicity between Holland and Rwanda against hutu refugees

Over the years the Rwandan judiciary system and penitentiary infrastructure have been developed with a strong financial support from Holland. This came to be considered by many among the Hutu majority as a programme of continuation of the genocide against that ethnic group which had started in October 1990 with the Tutsi invasion from Uganda.

Millions of Hutus inside Rwanda were imprisoned since the takeover of political power by RPF. The majority were sent to prisons without trial. Their families were dispossessed of their properties because they were accused of genocide. Hundreds of thousands have died through the process [among them my own sister who was 72 years old].

The above video which includes two of the children of the imprisoned Rwandan politician Victoire Ingabire, leader of FDU-INKINGI, invites in different languages [Kinyarwanda, Dutch and English] Rwandans living in Holland and across Europe to come to The Hague on November 27, 2014. The motivation of the invitation is to denounce the unjust and ongoing programme of deporting to Rwanda Hutu refugees who had settled in Holland since 1994.

Knowing what we know today for example through the UN Mapping report and the BBC documentary Rwanda Untold Story and many other testimonies about the evil regime of Kigali, it becomes difficult to understand governments and institutions which continue supporting the Rwandan president Paul Kagame.

In order to end the suffering of Rwandans, every ethnic group inclusively, people need to get out AND denounce strongly the sinister programmes undertaken by the RPF regime and its numerous external partners including some western governments.

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