Rwanda’s President Paul Kagame announces: “They call me Hitler”
During the April 7th genocide commemorative ceremony, President Paul Kagame accused the opposition leaders like Victoire Ingabire Umuhoza of practicing ‘political hooliganism’ and announced: “They call me Hitler”.
The crowd, which was supposed to be sad and mourning for the genocide victims, cheered and applauded, a way of saying to him: “Kagame, we are yours” and “Whatever it takes”.
That reminds me the famous speech addressed to the Saddleback Church members in April 2005 by Pastor Rick Warren, member of the Rwanda’s Presidential Advisory Council. See article: Rwanda: Presidential Advisory Council members meet in Kigali
In that speech, Pastor Rick Warren solemnly asked his followers to be as committed to Jesus as the young Nazi men and women who spelled out in mass formation with their bodies the words “Hitler, we are yours,” in 1939 at the Munich Stadium, were committed to the Führer of the Third Reich, a major instigator of a World War that claimed 55 million lives. In that speech, the now Kagame’s eminent official advisor said:
“Only radicals change the world…
Everything great done in this world is done by passionate people…
Moderate people get moderately nothing done
And moderation will never slay the global giants.”
Watch this video and you’ll have an idea of the kind of influence Rick Warren has on what’s going on in Rwanda and in the Great Lakes Region: