Faustin Kayumba Nyamwasa and Paul Kagame
From the history books about Rwanda there is nowhere to be found any account of criminality of similar magnitude and cruelty as under the reign of the Tutsi dominated regime of the Rwandan Patriotic Front led by Paul Kagame. Today, the Rwandan president has sufficiently proved the nature of his character to whoever would be still doubtful about his criminal credentials.
When the time comes, it will regrettably be a Hercules task to unveil the extent of his crimes for the millions of Rwandans and Congolese unsung heroes that he has decimated in his long psychopathic political and military venture. Let’s not forget the hundreds of thousands of Ugandans who fell under his early years of criminal practice as intelligence officer of Museveni’s NRM. Continue reading
Chief Commander of UN peacekeeping forces [MINUAR] during the Rwandan genocide – 1994
In the late spring of 1991 I crossed Uganda on a mountain bicycle and slipped into the eastern Congo, then known as Zaire. I was not interested in politics then, knew nothing about race relations or imperialism and, certainly, nothing about genocide. Africa was an adventure
to find and experience life among-st tribal cultures and wildlife I’d seen re-presented in the National Geographic Magazine. After a few safaris in Kenya and Tanzania and after summit-ting Mount Kilimanjaro (covered white with glaciers at the time) and inspired by the portrayals of Africa I’d seen in the western media imagination, I set out for the “heart of darkness”: Zaire. Continue reading
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