Tag Archives: M23

No more proof needed: Kagame killed Habyarimana

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There are criminals who never face justice, not because there is not enough evidence to get them sentenced, but only because the judiciary system supposed to investigate them is managed by criminal interests.

It was on April 6th, 1994 at 8.25 in the evening. His family would never see him again alive. Even dead, his body could not be brought together in all its parts.

It will be soon 20 years that will have passed since that incident. Those who were there at that night in Kigali can recall it as if it was yesterday. Continue reading

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Kagame continues kidnapping Rwandan youth to fight in Congo

When you end up in the military as a result of kidnapping or harassment, and not by personal conviction, it is difficult to be motivated to fight. This explains the ultimate defeat that Kagame will end up with sooner or later.

When you end up in the military as a result of kidnapping or harassment, and not by personal conviction, it is difficult to be motivated to fight. This explains the ultimate defeat that Kagame will end up with sooner or later.

Lie to ME is a TV series which shows how one detects lies and liars. Among the techniques there is the analysis of the tone’s variations of the supposed liar and sometime the use of fake surprises or smiles in liars’ own statements. You are invited to test by yourself in the interview of Paul Kagame on Tuesday October 15th.

Though this reference was necessary, nobody ignores that the Rwandan president Paul Kagame lies as often as he breathes. And his government’s policies and public servants are guided by the same principles in terms of governance and the country’s relations with the rest of the world. Continue reading

Eastern Congo: An update from the Kivu provinces

By BK Kumbi 

This picture of young Canadians appalled by the crimes should wakes us all the youth of the Great Lakes region - Congolese, Rwandan, Ugandan and Burundian to stand up against the numerous atrocities the Rwandan president and his allies have been committing for so many years in their respective communities.

This picture of young Canadians appalled by the crimes should wakes us all the youth of the Great Lakes region – Congolese, Rwandan, Ugandan and Burundian to stand up against the numerous atrocities the Rwandan president and his allies have been committing for so many years in their respective communities.

There is a resurgence of children’s rape in the Kivus. They are taken in the forests where they are raped [and killed]. Then their bodies are thrown on roadsides after being ” tattooed ” with knives with symbols of some Mai-Mai groups. This means that today the people of Kivus consider that it is the Mai-Mai who are raping these victims in the region.

  • Yet anyone can mark these children with a knife to weigh the responsibility for these rapes only on Congolese people, and exonerate the Rwandan militias [M23] and MONUSCO contingents which also rape Congolese children.
  • Additionally, the M23 is preparing to attack again, while recent news inform of U.S. sanctions against Rwanda and Congo for having used child soldiers. The M23 attack is this time with the support of Rwandans based in Tanzania. We can therefore ask questions on the clean-up made by Kikwete, and assume that Tanzania might still hold potential criminals [against DRC]. Continue reading

Congolese women against genocide in DRC

Congolese women protesting against Rwandan support to M23

Congolese women protesting against Rwandan support to M23 in Goma – Eastern Congo.

“No brutality, no agony, no torture has ever driven me to beg for mercy, for I would rather die with my head high, my faith unshaken, and a profound trust in the destiny of my country, than live in subjection, seeing principles that are sacred to me laughed to scorn. History will have its say one day.” Patrice Emery Lumumba

Congolese women denounce consumed and ongoing genocide of their compatriots since 1996. The following is a memorandum which condemns international crimes committed in the DRCongo and neo-colonial policies imposed on local populations.

Congolese women activists at a protest organised in Paris on March 23rd, 2013

Congolese women activists at a protest organised in Paris on March 23rd, 2013. They stand against the inhuman cowardly complicit and racist attitude of the West in front of the millions of their compatriot victims, particularly the thousands of dehumanized raped women.

Recalling the UN SC Resolutions 1325 on Women, Peace and Security; Diaspora Congolese Women stand in solidarity to express our solidarity and our concern for innocent Congolese populations, particularly women and young girls who are living in human insecurity, poverty, fear, hunger and oppression since 1997 in the DRCongo. Continue reading

M23’s last act

By Kambale Musavuli

Who are they trying to fool again?

ICC convicted Bosco Ntaganda and Rwandan president Paul Kagame

ICC convicted Bosco Ntaganda and Rwandan president Paul Kagame

Checking on the news about the Congo this morning and I have concluded that the rebels, their backers, the UN, and the US believe that Congolese are not smart enough to understand what they are doing. This is far from truth… the challenge of Congolese right now inside and outside is that they are not super-organized to take on the forces causing the chaos in the Congo. Continue reading