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Video: UN High Commissioner for Human Rights speaks about the released UN D.R. Congo Mapping report


An interview with the UN High Commissioner for Human Rights Navi Pillay on the release of a 550-page report listing 617 of the most serious violations of human rights and international humanitarian law over a 10-year period, by both state and non-state actors in the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC).

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1 manyamuala { 10.02.10 at 8:15 pm }

It is very painful to watch the displacement of a mass of human beings; these poor people are running away for their lives! Had Paul Kagame accepted the 1993 Arusha Accord, this horrific displacement of thousands and thousands of Africans, the Rwandan genocide and its extension into Congo would not have occurred!
The powers who are operating behind the scenes at the UN have managed to conceal and whitewash the sequence of events which have led to the destruction of at least 10,000,000 poor unarmed Africans. They do not want the world to know the real reasons why these people have to be massacred by the forces they had thoroughly trained in Uganda and let loose on the Rwandan and Congolese people.
These powers have given unconditional support to Kagame and trained his mercenaries. These behind the scene powers have made Kagame so bold that he can look at rest of the world and say: “I do not care what the UN and the rest of the world think”. These powers have also been bold enough to compare Paul Kagame with Gandhi, Nelson Mandela and Martin Luther King, making me wonder how many people Gandhi, Mandela or Dr. Luther King murdered!

2 manyamuala { 10.02.10 at 9:16 pm }

The UN report just released had to be sanitized by the west to protect their role in DRC advanced through their proxies Paul Kagame and Yoweri Museveni!

3 List of individual suspects in UN report on Rwanda-led genocide in DR Congo to remain confidential | Rwandinfo_ENG { 10.03.10 at 9:22 am }

[…] Geneva – The perpetrators of the crimes detailed by the final UN report released Friday will only be made public on the request of competent court of law, according to UN High Commissioner for Human Rights Navi Pillay, but already, rights groups are demanding criminal investigations. Video: UN High Commissioner for Human Rights speaks about the released UN D.R. Congo Mapping report […]

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