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Genocide Suspect General Kagame in Brussels for talks on Development

by Sylvain Sibomana.

GENERAL KAGAME LEAVES OPPOSITION LEADERS IN PRISON AND DISCUSSES DEVELOPMENT WITH EUROPEAN UNION PARTNERS IN BRUSSELS.

The UN mapping report accuses General Kagame and his army of genocide against Hutus

Between 03rd and 07th December 2010, General Kagame is visiting Brussels and EU headquarters where he is  expected to appear tomorrow in the European Development Days 5th edition. This is a irony of politics as it happens when his country is facing disturbing challenges:  the democracy leader Ms. Victoire INGABIRE and other opposition leaders are in prison; the regime is accused by the United Nations of war crimes, humanitarian crimes and a possible genocide in the Democratic Republic of the Congo; some members of FDU INKINGI in Rwanda are tortured and forced to testify against the party Chair on imaginary terrorist crimes;  Rwandans are still running away as a result of an on-going score settling campaign against opposition and dissents after the elections masquerade that keep Rwanda on the edge.

The national broadcasting station, pro-RPF, informed the public that H.E. President Paul KAGAME addressed a huge public of over 2,000 people in Brussels yesterday. Though the figures are exaggerated for propaganda purposes, there is no doubt that most of them are “strategic” refugees and the same time members of the ruling party, who have been facilitated by the regime’s Embassies and the External Security or Military Intelligence  operatives in Europe to back up this controversial visit.   Was it really necessary for the government to spend a part of the international budget aid for transport, accommodation, food and wine for over 2,000 Rwandans in Europe? Is the presidential campaign still going on?

According to some participants in the show, the regime’s operatives based in EU and North America should intensify the puffery against the UN mapping report on humanitarian crimes committed in the DRC in order to avoid prosecution of members of the ruling military. They were urged to belittle the politically motivated incarcerations of the democracy leader Ms. Victoire INGABIRE and other opposition leaders, i.e. Mr. Bernard NTAGANGA of the Parti Social Imberakuri and Mr. Deogratias Mushayidi of PDP Imanzi.

We sincerely expect the partners of Rwanda and the free world to urge President Paul Kagame to open up the political space, to release political prisoners and engage in a broad-based governance of the country through a transparent democratisation process.

Sylvain Sibomana,
Secretary General
FDU-INKINGI.
(For more details: +250728636000).

3 comments

1 manyamuala { 12.06.10 at 10:27 am }

Kagame cannot release political prisoners unless his war-lord partners recommend it! It is a mistake to think Paul Kagame can do anything without following these scripted directives handed to him during his stringent grooming and training while he was a general in Ugandan. It takes a unique mind to kill a human being without feeling remorse. However, it takes a very unique mindset and training to kill 10,000,000 (10 million) unarmed human beings and say “I do not care what the world thinks”! Kagame’s partners know how to select such bold proxies!

2 Yohani Petero { 01.14.11 at 1:02 pm }

Well, I am not against Ingabire and she has all my respects.
But she is not a democracy leader. She is just one of the people who oppose the ‘regime in Rwanda’ . When you look at her setup it looks a hutu dominated setup… As much as I would hate a tutsi dominated setup , that much too I would hate a hutu dominated setup… That hutu setup would may have hard time convincing skeptical people that they are not planning a genocide… The killings happening in the great lakes does not do any favor to political leaders.. It hurts more that it helps…
The killings never help…. We need new mentality, new approach, new leaders who are much more balanced… The current jabs trade is going to hurt ordinary citizens…

My understanding is that the grass root, tutsis , hutus and twa have no problems…. Politicians have created problems, nurtured …. I dont trust politicians anymore no matter what side they are from… I feel bad for the poor guy who at the end of the day pays a heavy price…

Personally I am a Tutsi but grew up and still live with Hutu..

STOP demonizing ethnicity… The real demons are political leaders.

3 Yohani Petero { 01.14.11 at 1:05 pm }

We have got to learn to live together…otherwise we kill ourselves like dogs and end up being the losers…

The real reconciliations will not come from outside, it will come from within the system.

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