Africa Great Lakes Democracy Watch

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Africa Great Lakes Democracy Watch Blog. Our objective is to promote the institutions of democracy,social justice,Human Rights,Peace, Freedom of Expression, and Respect to humanity in Rwanda,Uganda,DR Congo, Burundi,Sudan, Tanzania, Kenya,Ethiopia, and Somalia. We strongly believe that Africa will develop if only our presidents stop being rulers of men and become leaders of citizens. We support Breaking the Silence Campaign for DR Congo since we believe the democracy in Rwanda means peace in DRC. Follow this link to learn more about the origin of the war in both Rwanda and DR Congo:

Thursday, December 20, 2012

DRC-RWANDA:Kabila parti déclara qu'il souhaite que les négociations entre le M23 et le gouvernement se tiennent à Kinshasa

En 2001, il se rend au Rwanda sur conseil des Sud-africains et s'allie aux agresseurs rwandais du RCD-GOMA. En avril 2011, en pleine campagne électorale, il affirma sur RFI que les problèmes du Kivu sont liés aux Mai Mai et non aux marionnettes du Rwanda semant la désolation dans ce coin du pays; à la sortie de sa rencontre avec le président François Hollande, il déclara que le Congo n'était pas agressé; récemment, son parti publia un communiqué soutenant les négociations amorcées pas le gouvernement fantoche de Kinshasa avec les différentes marionnettes de Kagame au Congo; et pas plus tard qu'aujourd'hui,son parti déclara qu'il souhaite que les négociations entre le M23 et le gouvernement se tiennent à Kinshasa (une manière de cautionner la feuille de route rwandaise par M23 interposé). Il y a un mois, un rapport de l'ONU souligna que son parti avait pris langue avec le M23 sans qu'aucun démenti ne fut apporté. Chers compatriotes, il est grand temps que les Congolais réalisent que l'UDPS et son chef Etienne Tshisekedi sont des alliés objectifs du pouvoir rwandais dans notre pays. A force de se montrer complaisant envers M. Tshisekedi, on risque de perdre le Congo et par le fait même devenir apatrides. En passant, après le cas First Quantum que j'ai révélé ici même, on va maintenant parler d'un cas jusque là inconnu de la majorité des Congolais: le cas POWER CORPORATION du milliardaire canadien Paul Demarais, le ''père spirituel'' de Nicolas Sarkozy. Oui, il s'est passé des choses au Canada durant la visite de M. Etienne Tshisekedi et les Congolais ont le droit de tout savoir. Je bois mon lait..

Tuesday, December 18, 2012

RWANDA-DRC:Rwanda schemed M23 rebellion for its benefit - UN expert



Since the outset of the M23 rebellion, the government of Rwanda has provided direct military support to the rebels, facilitated recruitment, encouraged desertions from the Congolese army and delivered ammunition, intelligence and political advice to them.
Rwanda, in fact, orchestrated the creation of M23 when a series of mutinies led by officers formerly belonging to the group’s predecessor, the Congrèsnational pour la défense du people (CNDP), were suppressed by the Congolese armed forces in early May.
But Rwanda continues to deny any involvement and has repeatedly claimed it was not consulted or given a right of reply to our investigations. This is not true.
Despite the government of Rwanda’s refusal to receive us during our official visit to Kigali in May, we purposefully delayed the publication of the addendum to our interim report in order to give the country’s Minister of Foreign Affairs an opportunity to clarify the information. But she declined to do so and claimed her government was not privy to our findings.
Following the publication of the addendum on June 27, we met again with the government of Rwanda in Kigali and took into consideration its written response to our interim report. However, we found no substantive element of our previous findings that we wished to alter.
In our final report, we also documented support for the rebels from the government of Uganda. Senior Ugandan officials provided the rebels with direct troop reinforcements in Congolese territory.
They also supported the creation and expansion of the political branch of M23 permanently based in Kampala even before President Joseph Kabila had ever authorised any interaction between the rebels and the government of Uganda.
Kampala acknowledged this support was indeed taking place in a meeting with the Group of Experts in early October. An appointed senior police officer said they would investigate and arrest those involved.
The DRC government is aware of this support but has chosen not to denounce it in the hope of convincing the Ugandans they have more to gain by working with Kinshasa than with Kigali in this crisis.
What is Rwanda’s motive?
Throughout our work, the question most often posed to us was: Why would Rwanda undertake such a politically dangerous endeavour?
Some of the motives behind this war are as follows:
As per their name, the rebels have claimed that the government reneged on the March 23, 2009 peace agreements.
However, this accord was merely an afterthought to formalise a bilateral deal between Kinshasa and Kigali which was predicated on affording the latter with immense influence in the Kivus in exchange for arresting CNDP chairman Laurent Nkunda, and forcing the rest of the group to join the national army under the leadership of Bosco Ntaganda.
M23 has also made many claims about human rights, even though nine of its members and associates have been designated for sanctions by both the US government and the UN’s Sanctions Committee, most for egregious violations of international law, including recruiting child soldiers and violent land grabs.
Nevertheless, M23 similarly demands good governance, though they have attacked and appropriated numerous state assets provided by donors, including recently, 33 vehicles previously donated to the Congolese police.
M23 also claims they are fighting for the 50,000 Tutsi refugees who remain in Rwanda. A rebellion which displaces over 500,000 can hardly defend the rights of 50,000 refugees.
In recent months, M23 has increasingly claimed that they want a review of the discredited 2011 presidential elections, in an attempt to attract the sympathies of a broader constituency and further weaken President Kabila.
Finally, Rwanda and M23 have said the Congolese army’s military operations against the Rwandan Hutu rebels of the FDLR have failed and the group remains a threat. However, not only did the Rwandan Minister of Defence recently say the FDLR could never threaten Rwanda, but the rebels are currently at all-time low numbers after thousands were demobilised by the UN.
Objectively, the greater security threat to Rwanda is represented by Tutsi political opponents who have fallen out with President Kagame in recent years.
Rwanda’s regional strategy
Rwandan involvement and orchestration of the M23 rebellion becomes more comprehensible when understood as a determined and calculated drive to spawn the creation of an autonomous federal state for eastern Congo.
Prior to the November 2011 elections, a senior intelligence officer within the Rwandan government discussed with me several possible scenarios for the secession of eastern Congo.
He said because the country was too big to be governed by Kinshasa, Rwanda should support the emergence of a federal state for eastern Congo. He said: “Goma should relate to Kinshasa in the same way that Juba was linked to Khartoum,” prior to the independence of South Sudan.
During several internal meetings of M23 for mobilisation, senior government officials, including the Minister of Defence’s special assistant, openly affirmed that establishing this autonomous state was in fact the key goal of the rebellion.
Several M23 commanders and allies have also openly confirmed this in interviews I conducted as part of the Group of Experts. Even senior Ugandan security officials also acknowledged this was the aim of the Rwandans in this M23 war.
One officer, who helped support M23 in co-operation with the Rwandans, told us: “They’re thinking big ... you need to look at South Sudan.”
The objective of federalism also helps to explain in part, the involvement of individuals within the Ugandan government. If Rwanda achieves its goal, then Ugandans would need to ensure that their own cultural, security, and economic interests in the eastern DRC were not jeopardised.
Steve Hege is the former co-ordinator of the UN Group of Experts on the DRC. The Experts submitted a report to the UN Security Council pointing to Rwanda's involvement in the DRC crisis.

Tuesday, December 11, 2012

RWANDA-US WHITE HOUSE:NGOs letter to President Obama: U.S. quiet diplomacy to address Rwandan involvement in eastern D. R. Congo failed

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AFJN is one of the signatories of this letter
December 10, 2012
President Barack Obama
The White House
1600 Pennsylvania Avenue NW
Washington, DC 20500
Dear Mr. President:

As the situation once again dramatically deteriorates in eastern Congo, the U.S. response to the crisis has patently failed and is out of step with other Western nations. The United States must take immediate steps to address meaningfully one of the greatest ongoing humanitarian crises of our generation. We call on you to appoint a Presidential Envoy to lead a coordinated U.S. response to the crisis, to support the appointment of a U.N. Envoy to the Great Lakes, to support the imposition of sanctions against violators of the United Nations arms embargo on DRC, and, finally, to cut all military assistance and suspend other non-humanitarian aid to the government of Rwanda for its support of the M23 insurgency.

Silence Regarding Rwanda’s Involvement Exacerbating the Problem
Over the past 15 years, U.S. efforts to prioritize quiet diplomacy to address Rwandan involvement in eastern Congo have failed to deter Rwanda’s continued incursions and use of proxy armed groups in the east.
While Rwanda has legitimate security and economic concerns, these alone do not justify the repeated violation of DRC sovereignty, the egregious human rights abuses of their armies and proxy forces, and the countless violations of the UN arms embargo. Since the M23 was created in the spring of 2012, U.S. officials continued to place faith in engaging Rwanda in a constructive dialogue. This approach has clearly failed to change Rwanda’s policy, as evidenced by the direct involvement of the Rwandan army in the recent takeover of Goma, as documented by the United Nations Group of Experts. Read the full letter

Sunday, December 9, 2012


By Theogene Rudasingwa
Aloysea Inyumba yitabye Imana, asize abana , umugabo, abavandimwe n'incuti. Inyumba apfuye akiri muto, agifitiye akamaro umulyango we n'abanyarwanda muri rusange.

Inyumba yari umuvandimwe wangye. Kandi, nkumuntu wakoranye nawe hari icyo namuvugaho. Inyumba yaranzwe nubwitangye, umurava, ubutwari n'rukundo mu guharanira inyungu za FPR, igihe abenshi muri uwo mulyango babonaga ko ari nazo nyungu zabanyarwanda bose.

Hagati aho, Kagame nagatsiko ke batesheje FPR umulongo, ubu bakaba bakoresha uwo mulyango ku nyungu zabo bwite, binyuranye ni byifuzo ninyungu zabanyamulyango nabanyarwanda. Inyumba yashyize umutsi kuryinyo, arihangana, akomeza gukorera Kagame nubwo yarajijukiwe bihagije azi neza ko FPR yataye umulongo. Nibyo, murukwo gukoreshwa hari abagira bati yari afite iyo nenge. Nta mwiza wabuze inenge. Ukiri kw'isi wese agira inenge.

Kagame yahemukiye Inyumba, nkuko yahemukiye bangenzi be benshi muri FPR, nkuko ahemukira ubutitsa abanyarwanda. 1) Mu myaka yashize Kagame nagatsiko ke badukwijemo ibihuha ngo Inyumba n'umuhutukazi, ngo abantu be kumwizera. Kagame yamutumyeho umwe mu basirikare bamurinda ngo abimubwire, ngo kandi amubwire ko nagira undi abibwira, cyangwa agahunga ko bazamwiyicira. 2) Inyumba arwariye Nairobi Kagame yohereje abakozi ba Nziza na Dan Munyuza kujya kumucuza, kumwambura inyandiko no kumusinyisha bamuvana kuri za accounts mu ma bank hirya no hino kwisi aho Kagame abitsa ibyo yasahuye FPR nabanyarwanda. 3) Inyumba yigeze kwohereza umwana we mukuru kwiga muri Amerika, Kagame ategeka ko umwana agaruka. Abana ba Kagame bo biga hano muri Amerika. 4) Inyumba apfpuye ari umukene, kuko yari afite ubupfura nuburere bwo kutiba nka Kagame. Umuntungo kagame yigwijijeho, ntacyo yigeze asagurira Inyumba wabaye umubitsi we igihe kirekire.

Inyumba apfanye agahinda. Inyumba apfanye amabanga menshi kandi akomeye.

Ese intore za Kagame na FPR zivana isomo ki mu rufpu rwa Inyumba?

Icyambere nuko Kagame areba buri munyamulyango wa FPR, buri munyarwanda nki ngwate ye. Iyo Inyumba aza kugira uburenganzira busesuye, aba yarashatse ibindi akora cyangwa akava ku ngoyi ya Kagame akigira mu bindi bihugu.

Icyakabiri nuko Kagame afata buri mu nyamulyango wa FPR nkigikoresho akoresha ubuzima bwagishiramo akakijugunya, akakita ikigarasha cyangwa ibirohwa, agafunga cyangwa akica. Ese abiyita intore ntibasubiza amaso inyuma ngo bibaze? Ubuse Pasteur Bizimungu na Mazimpaka na Bihozagara ntabwo bareba aho baryanitse? Ese da, niba Nyamwasa, Rudasingwa, Karegeya na Gahima bo barabaye ibigoryi, ibisambo nabagambanyi nkuko Kagame avuga, abandi bo bazize iki cyangwa bazira iki: Seth Sendashonga, Biseruka, Wilson Rutayisire (Shaban), Col Ngoga, Alexis Kanyarengwe, nabandi benshi tutarondora? Wowe wiyita intore wunva Inyumba nabo bose waba ubarushije iki? Uyu munsi ni Inyumba, ejo ni wowe.

Icya gatatu nuko ibikorwa bitarimo ubumuntu n'urukundo amaherezo bitabona agaciro kumuntu ku giti cye, bityo umuntu akazarinda ajya ikuzimu yitwa ngo akorera umulyango cyangwa igihugu yariburiye akanya n'umulyango we. Ibi si FPR bireba gusa. Ni abanyarwanda twese, nabari muri opposition. Hakwiriye kuba akanya umuntu yisigira ku giti kye katavogerwa na Leta n'imilyango dukorera.

Inyumba yari intwari wakwifuza kuba hamwe nayo ku rugamba. Reka ndangize mbabwira akantu gato ariko kerekana uko Inyumba yarumurwanashyaka w'imena. Mu gihe cy'urugamba rwa FPR twari mu Bubiligi jye nawe dufata tagisi. Uko iginda ibara amafaranga yiyongera Inyumba abura amohoro tutaragera iyo tujya. Aravuga ati abaye menshi tuvemo. Nuko tuyivamo tugendesha amaguru, kandi ubwo yari yikoreye igipfunyika cyamadollari arenze 100,000 abikiye guhahira abana ku rugamba.

Reka dushimire Imana ko yaduhaye Inyumba, kandi ko mu buzima bwe yakoreye iberenze inyungu ze bwite.

Theogene Rudasingwa

Saturday, December 8, 2012


Thank you, Mr. President. First, let me thank you, Mr. President, and Vice President Kagame, and your wives for making Hillary and me and our delegation feel so welcome. I'd also like to thank the young students who met us and the musicians, the dancers who were outside. I thank especially the survivors of the genocide and those who are working to rebuild your country for spending a little time with us before we came in here.

I have a great delegation of Americans with me, leaders of our government, leaders of our Congress, distinguished American citizens. We're all very grateful to be here. We thank the diplomatic corps for being here, and the members of the Rwandan government, and especially the citizens.

I have come today to pay the respects of my nation to all who suffered and all who perished in the Rwandan genocide. It is my hope that through this trip, in every corner of the world today and tomorrow, their story will be told; that four years ago in this beautiful, green, lovely land, a clear and conscious decision was made by those then in power that the peoples of this country would not live side by side in peace.

During the 90 days that began on April 6 in 1994, Rwanda experienced the most intensive slaughter in this blood-filled century we are about to leave. Families murdered in their home, people hunted down as they fled by soldiers and militia, through farmland and woods as if they were animals.

From Kibuye in the west to Kibungo in the east, people gathered seeking refuge in churches by the thousands, in hospitals, in schools. And when they were found, the old and the sick, women and children alike, they were killed--killed because their identity card said they were Tutsi or because they had a Tutsi parent, or because someone thought they looked like a Tutsi, or slain like thousands of Hutus because they protected Tutsis or would not countenance a policy that sought to wipe out people who just the day before, and for years before, had been their friends and neighbors.

The government-led effort to exterminate Rwanda's Tutsi and moderate Hutus, as you know better than me, took at least a million lives. Scholars of these sorts of events say that the killers, armed mostly with machetes and clubs, nonetheless did their work five times as fast as the mechanized gas chambers used by the Nazis.

It is important that the world know that these killings were not spontaneous or accidental. It is important that the world hear what your president just said; they were most certainly not the result of ancient tribal struggles. Indeed, these people had lived together for centuries before the events the president described began to unfold.

These events grew from a policy aimed at the systematic destruction of a people. The ground for violence was carefully prepared, he airwaves poisoned with hate, casting the Tutsis as scapegoats for the problems of Rwanda, denying their humanity. All of this was done, clearly, to make it easy for otherwise reluctant people to participate in wholesale slaughter.

Lists of victims, name by name, were actually drawn up in advance. Today the images of all that haunt us all: the dead choking the Kigara River, floating to Lake Victoria. In their fate we are reminded of the capacity in people everywhere not just in Rwanda, and certainly not just in Africa but the capacity for people everywhere to slip into pure evil. We cannot abolish that capacity, but we must never accept it. And we know it can be overcome.

The international community, together with nations in Africa, must bear its share of responsibility for this tragedy, as well. We did not act quickly enough after the killing began. We should not have allowed the refugee camps to become safe haven for the killers. We did not immediately call these crimes by their rightful name: genocide. We cannot change the past. But we can and must do everything in our power to help you build a future without fear, and full of hope.

We owe to those who died and to those who survived who loved them, our every effort to increase our vigilance and strengthen our stand against those who would commit such atrocities in the future here or elsewhere.

Indeed, we owe to all the peoples of the world who are at risk because each bloodletting hastens the next as the value of human life is degraded and violence becomes tolerated, the unimaginable becomes more conceivable. We owe to all the people in the world our best efforts to organize ourselves so that we can maximize the chances of preventing these events. And where they cannot be prevented, we can move more quickly to minimize the horror.

So let us challenge ourselves to build a world in which no branch of humanity, because of national, racial, ethnic, or religious origin, is again threatened with destruction because of those characteristics, of which people should rightly be proud. Let us work together as a community of civilized nations to strengthen our ability to prevent and, if necessary, to stop genocide.

To that end, I am directing my administration to improve, with the international community, our system for identifying and spotlighting nations in danger of genocidal violence, so that we can assure worldwide awareness of impending threats. It may seem strange to you here, especially the many of you who lost members of your family, but all over the world there were people like me sitting in offices, day after day after day, who did not fully appreciate the depth and the speed with which you were being engulfed by this unimaginable terror.

We have seen, too, and I want to say again, that genocide can occur anywhere. It is not an African phenomenon and must never be viewed as such. We have seen it in industrialized Europe We have seen it in Asia We must have global vigilance. And never again must we be shy in the face of the evidence.

Secondly, we must as an international community have the ability to act when genocide threatens. We are working to create that capacity here in the Great Lakes region, where the memory is still fresh.

This afternoon in Entebbe, leaders from central and eastern Africa will meet with me to launch an effort to build a coalition to prevent genocide in this region. I thank the leaders who have stepped forward to make this commitment. We hope the effort can be a model for all the world, because our sacred task is to work to banish this greatest crime against humanity.

Events here show how urgent the work is. In the northwest part of your country, attacks by those responsible for the slaughter in 1994 continue today. We must work as partners with Rwanda to end this violence and allow your people to go on rebuilding your lives and your nation.

Third, we must work now to remedy the consequences of genocide. The United States has provided assistance to Rwanda to settle the uprooted and restart its economy, but we must do more. I am pleased that America will become the first nation to contribute to the new Genocide Survivors Fund. We will contribute this year $2 million, continue our support in the years to come, and urge other nations to do the same, so that survivors and their communities can find the care they need and the help they must have.

Mr. President, to you, and to you, Mr. Vice President, you have shown great vision in your efforts to create a single nation in which all citizens can live freely and securely. As you pointed out, Rwanda was a single nation before the European powers met in Berlin to carve up Africa. America stands with you, and we will continue helping the people of Rwanda to rebuild their lives and society.

You spoke passionately this morning in our private meeting about the need for grassroots effort in this direction. We will deepen our support for those grassroots efforts, for the development projects, which are bridging divisions and clearing a path to a better future. We will join with you to strengthen democratic institutions, to broaden participation, to give all Rwandans a greater voice in their own governance. The challenges you face are great, but your commitment to lasting reconciliation and inclusion is firm.

Fourth, to help ensure that those who survived in the generations to come never again suffer genocidal violence, nothing is more vital than establishing the rule of law. There can be no peace in Rwanda that lasts without a justice system that is recognized as such.

We applaud the efforts of the Rwandan government to strengthen civilian and military justice systems.

I am pleased that our Great Lakes Justice Initiative will invest $30 million to help create throughout the region judicial systems that are impartial, credible, and effective. In Rwanda these funds wll help to support courts, prosecutors, and police, military justice and cooperation at the local level.

We will also continue to pursue justice through our strong backing for the International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda. The United States is the largest contributor to this tribunal. We are frustrated, as you are, by the delays in the tribunal's work. As we know, we must do better. Now that administrative improvements have begun, however, the tribunal should expedite cases through group trials, and fulfill its historic mission.

We are prepared to help, among other things, with witness relocation, so that those who still fear can speak the truth in safety. And we will support the War Crimes Tribunal for as long as it is needed to do its work, until the truth is clear and justice is rendered.

Fifth, we must make it clear to all those who would commit such acts in the future that they too must answer for their acts, and they will. In Rwanda, we must hold accountable all those who may abuse human rights, whether insurgents or soldiers. Internationally, as we meet here, talks are underway at the United Nations to establish a permanent international criminal court. Rwanda and the difficulties we have had with this special tribunal underscores the need for such a court. And the United States will work to see that it is created.

I know that in the face of all you have endured, optimism cannot come easily to any of you. Yet I have just spoken, as I said, with several Rwandans who survived the atrocities, and just listening to them gave me reason for hope. You see countless stories of courage around you every day as you go about your business here?—men and women who survived and go on, children who recover the light in their eyes remind us that at the dawn of a new millennium there is only one crucial division among the peoples of the Earth. And believe me, after over five years of dealing with these problems, I know it is not the division between Hutu and Tutsi, or Serb and Croatian and Muslim in Bosnia, or Arab and Jew, or Catholic and Protestant in Ireland, or black and white. It is really the line between those who embrace the common humanity we all share and those who reject it.

It is the line between those who find meaning in life through respect and cooperation and who, therefore, embrace peace, and those who can only find meaning in life if they have someone to look down on, someone to trample, someone to punish, and, therefore, embrace war. It is the line between those who look to the future and those who cling to the past. It is the line between those who give up their resentment and those who believe they will absolutely die if they have to release one bit of grievance. It is the line between those who confront every day with a clenched fist and those who confront every day with an open hand. That is the only line that really counts when all is said and done.

To those who believe that God made each of s in His own image, how could we choose the darker road? When you look at those children who greeted us as we got off that plane today, how could anyone say they did not want those children to have a chance to have their own children? To experience the joy of another morning sunrise? To learn the normal lessons of life? To give something back to their people?

When you strip it all away, whether we're talking about Rwanda or some other distant troubled spot, the world is divided according to how people believe they draw meaning from life.

And so I say to you, though the road is hard and uncertain, and there are many difficulties ahead, and like every other person who wishes to help, I doubtless will not be able to do everything I would like to do, there are things we can do. And if we set about the business of doing them together, you can overcome the awful burden that you have endured. You can put a smile on the face of every child in this country, and you can make people once again believe that they should live as people were living who were singing to us and dancing for us today.

That's what we have to believe. That is what I came here to say. That is what I wish for you.

Thank you and God bless you.
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  • Theogene Rudasingwa WRITE TO PRESIDENT CLINTON TO HOLD HIM ACCOUNTABLE TO HIS PROMISES: 1) How much has the United States government and the international community sought to bring the Kagame regime to account for its acts 2) How much has the US government and the international community helped Rwanda to build the rule of law and fair justice 3) How much has the United States and the international community remedied the consequences of genocide? How have they helped victims of genocide and massacres, both Hutu and Tutsi? 4) Is the world better now in identifying and spotlighting nations in danger of genocide, war crimes, crimes against humanity and other serious human human rights abuses? In Rwanda, DRC and the Great Lakes? 5) Is the United States and the international community able and willing to act in response to genocidal threats? Remind him of what is going on in Rwanda and DRC. UN Mapping Report!
  • Cynthia Ngirabakunzi I will take the time to write to him. Thanks! But I still believe deep in me that Mr. Paul Kagame has planned his way out. The reason why I believe it is because he might be a person such like I am facing the same realities and disturbances of intelligence given education from the past and that might not be the good intelligence for many. The vision and consciousness will never be the same from human to human, depending on the genes and basic family education.
  • Cynthia Ngirabakunzi The roots also depends on it. You bring a hutu guy over here with the same vision, it will be the same Kagame in the opposit.
  • Cynthia Ngirabakunzi I am sorry but I have to be straight!
  • Cynthia Ngirabakunzi Its quiet funny because, at the point of becoming conscious, two of my sources were also conscious and one of them needed some advice because he was seeing Kabuga arriving back. And since Kayibanda's time the Banyamulenge grew a bit like under our protection. Habyarimana came after, after my grand-mother's suicide. The Banyamulenge grew a bit in fear and became polygamous. lol
  • Cynthia Ngirabakunzi And the time they had to infiltrate me in the Embassy, it were Kayumba's people, wherein one of them was willing absolutely a baby.
  • Cynthia Ngirabakunzi hahahah it grows like that from the past untill later and then you get a huge family and all of them don't even realize when they sabotage you!

Thursday, December 6, 2012

AFRICOM AND KAGAME:With end of Qaddafi, AFRICOM readies its permanent military presence in Africa

(WMR)—As the so-called “Christian” leaders of the Western nations continue to celebrate the brutal execution of Libyan leader Muammar Qaddafi at the hands of Libya’s NATO-armed rebels, the bulldozers and other heavy equipment are building what is expected to become the permanent military headquarters for the U.S. Africa Command (AFRICOM) in the heart of the African continent.
Informed WMR sources report that construction is now underway for a large U.S. air base near Bangoka International Airport in Kisangani, Democratic Republic of Congo. The main contractor being employed is a long-time Belgian businessman, arms dealer, and mercenary in Congo who once supported the regime of Mobutu Sese Seko.
With Qaddafi’s wealth and aid largesse no longer a factor in blocking the Pentagon’s push into Africa, the AFRICOM air base in Kisangani will serve as the hub for U.S. military operations in Africa, with the primary mission being the protection of U.S. oil and mining interests that are tasked, along with AFRICOM, with the securing of African oil, natural gas, precious metals and gems, and rare earth minerals from control by China.
The northern regional headquarters for AFRICOM is planned for an annex to the new Tripoli International Airport, a project begun by Qaddafi to turn Tripoli into the major air hub for Africa.
The CIA and its George Soros-funded “democracy manipulators” have gotten behind Liberian President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf, the only African leader who has invited AFRICOM to set up its headquarters and main base in her country. For that reason, the CIA, National Endowment for Democracy, and Soros’s network of election and media manipulators have descended on Monrovia to ensure that Johnson Sirleaf is elected in the second round of presidential voting over her opponent Winston Tubman. The Liberian opposition has already claimed massive vote fraud by Johnson Sirleaf, a recent winner of the Nobel Peace Prize. AFRICOM is looking at Liberia as the regional West African headquarters for AFRICOM, with Tripoli International Airport serving as the North African headquarters, Addis Ababa as the Horn of Africa headquarters, and Botswana as the southern African headquarters.
African nations that have received large aid grants and subsidies from Qaddafi and which now stand to suffer economically—Niger, Mali, Burkina Faso, and Chad—are now being offered standard usurious World Bank aid grants with the provision that they succumb to the dictates of AFRICOM and Western multinational firms.
The U.S. base construction activity was tipped off in a leaked State Department cable, dated February 2, 2010, from the U.S. embassy in Kinshasa to the Department of State, with copies to the CIA; Defense Intelligence Agency; US European Command in Vaihingen, Germany; and the Joint Analysis Center at Royal Air Force Base Molesworth, UK—a major U.S. intelligence base. With the subject of “A U.S.-trained Infantry Battalion: Cornerstone of GDRC National Defense Strategy?” the cable states: “A USG [U.S. government] effort to construct a training facility in Kisangani to train a professional light infantry battalion appears to be a major cornerstone of developing the Kisangani zone. Construction of the training center continues, with phase II training scheduled to commence at the facility on February 17. Cooperation with the Kisangani area military and political officials has been far better than expected. A local contractor showed poloff the blueprint for a planned new presidential retreat near Kisangani, an indication that the President [Kabila] may plan to spend more time in this strategic city.”
The “local contractor” whom the U.S. embassy “poloff” [political officer] met, was, according to our sources, the Belgian weapons smuggler who previously worked for Mobutu, the dictator installed by the CIA after the assassination of Congolese nationalist Prime Minister Patrice Lumumba in 1961.
The cable continues: “The USG program, implemented by AFRICOM and private contractors, called for a multi-phase training regimen beginning with FARDC [armed forces of the DRC] officer and non-commissioned officer leadership and staff training followed by battalion maneuvers integrating junior soldiers.”
The cable then proceeds the describe what was billed as a training facility but what, in fact, will become a massive military air base and AFRICOM’s continental headquarters:
“(C) The training installation, currently referred to as Camp Base, is situated 10 kilometers northeast of Kisangani city center along the main road leading from the Kisangani International Airport. The site is approximately two kilometers from the main road, connected by a hard-packed red dirt road at the intersection of which is a squad-sized 10-person canvas tent with cots for FARDC military police who maintain internal security. Local contractors with FARDC engineer support constructed the road, which is capable of two-way traffic at speeds of between 60–80 kilometers per hour and remains passable even during heavy rains. Camp Base is a rudimentary site with ongoing renovations and new construction projects. Engineers razed approximately eight buildings in various KINSHASA 00000031 002 OF 003 stages of disrepair in addition to leveling terrain for bivouac sites. Clearing of tall grasses and clumps of trees uncovered colonial roads, two of which were refurbished for use as interior roads. The physical plant will eventually consist of a bivouac site with cement floors, an internal cantonment area for family members accompanying soldiers-in-training, a firing range, and an administrative building for instructors. Another portion of the site houses an agricultural project that will enable the training center to produce their own provisions, thus removing a potential source of strain between soldiers and the nearby community.”
The cable also reveals that the Americans are masking their base construction operations by using local, for-hire transportation rather than official military or diplomatic vehicles: “USG visitors and American contractors use local for-hire vehicles at that remote location”
No matter how much the U.S. has tried to hide the massive base construction project from the locals, the cable also reveals that the local residents of Kisangani have not been fooled: “(SBU) During poloff’s visit to Kisangani, Mayor Guy Shilton Baendo Tofuli Molanga said he welcomed the training site on the outskirts of his city. There have been no problems with the recently arrived officers and NCOs, though some in local civil society misperceive (and some, perhaps, mischievously so) Camp Base as a U.S. military installation.”
The CIA Kinshasa station chief, known in the cables as “poloff,” believes that it is “mischievous” for the true nature of Camp Base to be revealed.
However, the remainder of the “smoking gun” cable reveals the entire base operation, along with the name of the Mobutu-era businessman who is building the AFRICOM headquarters in the jungle.
“Poloff noted that the U.S. training program emphasizes citizen skills as well as soldier skills and suggested the Camp Base flag pole, which naturally flies the Congolese flag, should be extended to visibly address concerns of the surrounding population. Orientale Province Governor Medard Autsai Asenga’s assistance resolved a politically sensitive problem: cutting the grass at the airport. Only one runway met safety specification standards for takeoff and landing of U.S. military cargo aircraft, but that runway was overrun with undergrowth. Airport authorities rejected USG requests to clear the airstrip citing understaffing and competing priorities. Governor Autsai personally intervened with the administrators resulting in an airfield able to receive USG planes with necessary equipment to complete a fully operating base. The full contingent would also exceed field expedient methods of sanitation, leading to a local contract for mess and latrine facilities with the owner of a wide-ranging local enterprise, BEGO-Congo.
(C) BEGO-Congo is owned by Jean-Marie Bergesio, a Belgian and life-long resident of the DRC. American contractors and USG officials stay at his atmospheric hotel in Kisangani. Bergesio is well connected in provincial politics and has an adopted Congolese son well-placed in the national police headquarters in Kinshasa contributing to both police protection and political access. Indeed, an American contractor in Kisangani showed poloff photos of a site under construction by Bergesio for President Kabila. Once completed, the sprawling complex would be a presidential retreat approximately 10–15 kilometers upriver from Kisangani.”
Known before independence as Stanleyville, Kisangani is an historic city where the Lingala-speaking and Swahili-speaking regions of the Congo converge. Until recently it was also the lynchpin of the nation’s economy and served as Kinshasa’s main nexus to the eastern provinces because it is home to the Congo River’s last port before the river is no longer navigable. To be truly effective, the plan requires currently nonexistent force projection and/or air reconnaissance assets.”
There is one fly in the ointment for the AFRICOM plans. Apparently, Rwanda’s U.S.-installed client-dictator, Paul Kagame, is not keen on seeing AFRICOM located in the DRC. Kagame has, for well over a decade, been the Pentagon’s point man and contract pass-through (with a handsome percentage) for U.S. military operations in the DRC. Because of Kagame’s meddling in AFRICOM’s plans, the CIA recently decided that it is time for Kagame to be overthrown in a coup. However, Kagame’s use of the Rwandan genocide to burnish his international public relations and “human rights” credentials has earned him powerful friends in the Holocaust arena and the Israel Lobby/Jewish community. For that reason, the CIA has contracted with a well-known Mossad front company with offices in the Georgetown area of Washington, DC, and close links to the American Jewish Committee and the US Holocaust Memorial Museum, and the White House Public Liaison Office to organize the deposing of Kagame without a push-back from Kagame’s influential Jewish friends in Washington and New York political, financial, and media circles.

Wednesday, December 5, 2012

RWANDA-UMWAMI: Impamvu: Kwegura ku mwanya wa Perezida wa Repubulika y’u Rwanda

Bwana Paul KAGAME
Perezida wa Repubulika y’u Rwanda

Urugwiro Village P O BOX 15 KIGALI- RWANDA

Impamvu: Kwegura ku mwanya wa Perezida wa Repubulika y’u Rwanda

Bwana Perezida wa Repubulika,

1-Mu ijoro ryo ku itariki ya 30/11/2011, umunyamakuru Charles Ingabire wari ukuriye ikinyamakuru cyandikirwa kuri internet, akanaba yari n’umuyobozi w’ikindi kinyamakuru cyitwa Ukuri News cyandikirwa mu mujyi wa Kampala muri Uganda, yarishwe arashwe. Ingabire Charles ni umunyamakuru w’umucikacumu rya Génocide yo muri 1994 mu Rwanda. Yavuye mu Rwanda ahunze Leta mubereye umuyobozi yashakaga kumwica, kandi mu nshingano zayo z’ibanze ariyo yakagombye kumurinda. Abarengera uburenganzira bw’ikiremwamuntu, ibinyamakuru binyuranye, n’abandi bantu bakurikiranira hafi ibibera mu Rwanda kandi bikorwa na Leta y’u Rwanda, bashingiye ku bimenyetso binyuranye bifatika, bemeza ko Charles Ingabire yazize kuba mu nyandiko ze yararanzwe no kunenga bikomeye ubutegetsi bwanyu. Bwari uburenganzira bwe busesuye nk’undi munyarwanda wese, by’umwihariko nk’umunyamakuru.
Muri mu ruzinduko rw’akazi I Kampala ho muri Uganda, abanyamakuru bababajije ku birebana n’iryo yicwa ry’umunyarwanda kandi arashwe. Ntimwigeze munababazwa ko ari umwe mu bana b’u Rwanda wapfuye, kabone n’iyo mwaba mutabona ibintu kimwe, ahubwo mwihutiye kumushinja ko yavuye mu Rwanda yibye. Nk’ umukuru w’igihugu ni irihe tegeko ribemerera kuba umushinjacyaha? Ibyo mwabikoze nta burenganzira mubifitiye, nta n’ibimenyetso mufite . Muzi neza ko itegekonshinga mwishyiriyeho ku itariki ya 04/06/2003 ritabemerera kwivanga muby’ubucamanza. Ikindi ni uko, biramutse ari nabyo, Charles Ingabire yari gushyikirizwa ubutabera ( tuzi ko butabaho mu Rwanda), ntabwo yari kwicwa. Si nabyo mwari gushyira imbere mushinja umuntu wapfuye udashobora kwisobanura ku byaha ashinjwa n’Umukuru w’igihugu.
2- Namwe ubwanyu murabona ko biteye isoni n’agahinda, igihe mubwira isi yose ko mwe na FPR muyobora arimwe mwahagaritse Génocide, none akaba ari mwe mukekwaho kwica no kwicisha abacikacumu b’iyo Génocide baba abari mu gihugu, ndetse n’abashoboye kubahungira hanze y’igihugu.
3- Nyakwubahwa Perezida wa Repubulika, muzi ko mbere yo gufata ubutegetsi mukoresheje imbunda, mukekwaho kuba mwarishe, mukanamena amaraso menshi y’abanyarwanda ndetse n’ay’abanyamahanga. FPR mubereye ku isonga yishe abanyarwanda bo mu bwoko bw’abahutu bazira gusa ko ari abahutu kuva intambara yatangira muri 1990 kugeza muri 1994. Mu duce FPR yari yigaruriye, mwahamagaraga abantu ngo bajye mu nama, bose mukabica ntihagire n’umwe urokoka. Mwafungiranye abantu mu mazu muratwika, mwishe abantu benshi, abagore, abagabo, impinja n’abakecuru mukoresheje udufuni n’ingoyi mwise ‘akandoyi’. Mwakuye abantu mu byabo barenga miliyoni, baba impunzi mu gihugu cyabo muri Nyacyonga n’ahandi mu gihe kirenga umwaka wose, Ibimenyetso bifatika birahari n’abagabo babihagazeho barahari. Mu gihe kimwe, mwishe kandi mwicisha abana b’abatutsi bavaga mu Rwanda, mu Burundi, muri Tanzaniya no muri Congo. Baje mubasabye ababyeyi babo, abandi baje mu ngabo z’umutwe wa FPR yababwiraga ko bahaguruka bakarenganura abatutsi no guharanira uburenganzira bwabo Leta ya Perezida Juvenal Habyarimana yabavukije. Bishwe bazira ko bashobora kuba baje ari intasi za Leta ya Habyarimana. Abandi bazize ko bari bavuye muri za Kaminuza no mu mashuri yisumbuye n’amakuru, igihe abo bari baje basanga baturutse mu gihugu cya Uganda batari baragize amahirwe yo kwiga biturutse ku kibazo cy’ubuhunzi bamazemo igihe kirekire. Mbere y’uko urugamba rwa FPR rwiswe urwo kwibohoza rutangira, mwari mwungirije umukuru w’iperereza mu gihugu cya Uganda. Mushinjwa kuba, mwitwaje ububasha mwahawe n’uwo murimo mwarishe abantu benshi b’inzirakarengane barimo abaturage ba Uganda, n’abanyarwanda bari muri icyo gihugu, kugeza ubwo muhabwa izina rya Pilato. Bose bazize ko mwari mufite imyumvire itandukanye.
Urugamba rwa FPR rugitangira, mukekwaho kuba arimwe mwateguye kandi mugashyira mu bikorwa iyicwa rya Général Major Fred Gisa Rwigema ku itariki ya 02/10/1990.  Général-Major Fred Gisa Rwigema yaharaniraga ko Umwami w’u Rwanda Kigeli V Ndahindurwa yataha mu Rwanda nk’umukuru w’igihugu. Mwebwe mwari mugambiriye gufata ubutegetsi bwose ku nyungu zanyu bwite n’iz’agatsiko mwari mufatanije kandi mugifatanije. Niko byagenze, umugambi mwawugezeho mumaze kumena amaraso menshi y’inzirakarengane z’abahutu, abatwa, n’abatutsi ndetse n’ay’abanyamahanga.
4- Amaperereza yose yakozwe yemeza ko muri ku isonga mu bakekwaho kuba ku itariki ya 06/04/1994, mwarahanuye indege ya Perezida Juvenal Habyarimana, wari umukuru w’u Rwanda, ari kumwe na Perezida Cyprien Ntaryamira w’ I Burundi n’abafasha babo ba hafi bari kumwe muri iyo ndege, ndetse n’abapilote bayo bakomoka mu gihugu cy’ubufaransa. Icyo gikorwa cy’iterabwoba kigayitse, cyahitanye abakuru b’ibihugu bibiri, n’abandi bantu b’inzirakarengane, ntimwigeze mushaka ko ukuri kujya ahagaragara. Nk’umukuru w’igihugu ni mwe mwari mufite inshingano zo gushyira ukuri ahagaragara kubijyanye n’iyicwa rya Général Fred Gisa Rwigema wari ukuriye FPR, yamara kwicwa akaba ari mwe mwamusimbuye. Ni namwe mwari mufite kandi mugifite inshingano zo gushyira ahagaragara iby’urupfu rwa Perezida Habyarimana wishwe ku nyungu zo kugira ngo mufate ubutegetsi bwose ku ngufu. Mugamije guhisha ukuri, no gukomeza kwubakira politike yanyu ku kinyoma, mwanze nkana ko hajyaho amatsinda yigenga ngo akore iperereza ritabogamye kuri ubwo bwicanyi bwombi ndengakamere. Mbere y’urupfu rw’abo bakuru b’ibihugu bombi, Mukekwaho kuba mwaragize uruhare rufatika, muri gatozi cyangwa icyitso, mu rupfu rwa Perezida Melchior Ndadaye, Perezida wa mbere w’umuhutu w’I Burundi wari watowe binyuze muri Demokarasi. Yazize gusa ko yari umuhutu. Mutekereza igikorwa cyo kwica Perezida Juvénal Habyarimana, mwari muzi neza ko bizagira ingaruka mbi ku banyarwanda bo mu bwoko bw’abatutsi bari imbere mu gihugu. Ibimenyetso bifatika byari bihari byari gutuma mutekereza kabiri mbere yo gukora kiriya gikorwa cy’iterabwoba kigayitse. Ikimenyetso gikomeye ni iyicwa rya Perezida Ndandaye wishwe ku itariki ya 23/10/1993, urupfu rwe rwakurikiwe n’umwuka mubi watumye urwikekwe hagati y’abahutu n’abatutsi bo mu Rwanda rurushaho kwiyongera. Urwikekwe rwari rwarabyukijwe n’intambara ya FPR yo kuwa 01/10/1990 no gufungwa kwakurikiyeho kw’abatutsi bo mu Rwanda bakekwagaho ko ari ibyitso bya FPR.
Nubwo bitavanaho na busa icyaha abahutu b’intagondwa bishe abatutsi babaziza ko ari abatutsi,ntawashidikanya ko Genocide yakorewe abatutsi bo mu Rwanda muyifitemo uruhare runini. Hari ibimenyetso simusiga kandi bifatika byerekana ko umugambi mubisha wo guhanura indege y’uwahoze ari umukuru w’igihugu Juvenali Habyarimana wacuriwe mu nama yabereye ku Mulindi wa Byumba. Iyo nama yari iyobowe namwe ubwanyu mu ntangiriro z’ukwezi kwa gatatu 1994. Muribuka ko bamwe mu byegera byanyu nka Honorale Tito Rutaremara na Ministre Patrick Mazimpaka, bababwiye ko kurasa indege y’umukuru w’igihugu bizagira ingaruka mbi kubanyarwanda bo mu bwoko bw’abatutsi bari imbere mu gihugu. N’akababaro kenshi bakubwiye ko icyo gikorwa gishobora gutuma haba itsembatsemba ry’abatutsi bari mu Rwanda. Mwarabyanze mufata icyemezo kidakuka ko bigomba kuba uko mwabitekereje. Mwahise munategeka ko missile ebyiri zo mu bwoko bwa SAM 7 zabarindaga hamwe na Colonel Alexis Kanyarengwe zijyanwa i Kigali muri CND gutegura icyo gikorwa. Lieutenant Frank Nziza ( ubu ni Major) hamwe na Caporal Eric Bizimana (ubu ni Capitaine) kandi bose bakiri mu ngabo zibarinda, bahise bajyana nazo. Ni nabo bombi barashe indege. Inkiko zitabogamye nizimara kubisesengura biraboneka ko arimwe mwayiteguye kandi mutuma Génocide yamaze abanyarwanda ishyirwa mu bikorwa mugamije kwifatira ubutegetsi bwose ku ngufu. Ni nayo mpamvu urukiko rwa Arusha rutashoboye kwerekana uwaba yarateguye Génocide, kandi bigaragara ko yabayeho. Ukuri ku ihanurwa ry’indege kwarirengagijwe nkana, ahubwo urucyiko rushishikazwa, rufatanije n’ubutegetsi bwanyu, gushakira ibyaha no gushinja abo mwatsinze mushaka guhora, kwihimura, no kubacecekesha burundu. Urukiko rwa Arusha nirufunga imiryango nkuko rubiteganya rutababajije iby’ihanurwa ry’indege ya Perezida Habyarimana kandi rufite ububasha, ubushobozi n’ibimenyetso, ruzaba rwirengagije ubutabera, kandi ruteranije abanyarwanda aho kubunga. Colonel Bagosora Théoneste mwashinje ko ariwe uri ku isonga mubateguye Génocide yo mu Rwanda, ndetse akanayishyira mu bikorwa, urukiko rwa Arusha mu rwego rw’ubujurire rwamuhanaguyeho icyaha cyo gutegura Génocide. Mu gihe kimwe Ministre w’intebe wa Leta y’abatabazi Yohani Kambanda,munyandiko yashyize ahagaragara ku itariki ya.10/11/2011 yongeye kwemeza ko we na Leta ye batigeze bategura Génocide. Nkuko Procureur w’urukiko rwa Arusha Madame Carla Delpont yabivuze mu kwezi kwa gatatu 2008 ko afite ibimenyetso simuziga bigaragaza ko arimwe mwahanuye indege. Major Dr Théogène Rudasingwa,wari Umunyamabanga mukuru wa FPR akaba yarabaye n’umukuru w’ibiro byanyu ndetse akaba na ambasaderi w’u Rwanda muri Loni yabyemeje mu nyandiko ko arimwe mwamubwiye ko mwahanuye indega ya Perezida Juvena Habyarimana.
igihe kirageze ngo abanyarwanda bave mu gihirahiro bamenye imvo n’imvano ku mahano yabahekuye. Ubu inzira isigaye yo kumenya ukuri ni imwe. Ni uko mwashyikirizwa ubutabera butabogamye.
5- Mbere y’uko FPR mwari mubereye ku isonga, na n’ubu mukiyobora ifata ubutegetsi ku ngufu, munashinjwa ko mwakoresheje ubwicanyi bw’indengakamere kugira ngo muharabike Leta ya Juvénal Habyarimana, muyishinja ko yica abatavuga rumwe nayo. Ni muri urwo rwego FPR yishe ba Ministre Gatabazi, Umunyamabanga mukuru w’ishyaka rya PSD, yica Bwana Gapyisi Emmanuel, Landuard Ndasingwa n’abandi… Ntabwo FPR mwari muyoboye yibasiye abahutu gusa. Yishe n’abatutsi kugira ngo Leta ya Juvenal Habyarimana ishinjwe ko yatangiye Génocide. Ku itariki ya 04/02/1993, mwohereje commandos kujya kwica abatutsi b’abagogwe kugira ngo bishyirwe kuri Leta ya Juvenal Habyarimana. Bityo haboneke impamvu yo kugaba igitero mubeshya amahanga ko mugiye gutabara abatutsi. Nyuma yo kwica abagogwe FPR, yirengagije imishyikirano hagati y’impande zombi zari mu mirwano yari igeze kure Arusha mu gihugu cya Tanzaniya, yagabye igitero kuwa 08/02/1993 cyayogoje igihugu. Umugambi mwari mufite wari uwo gufata ubutegetsi bwose ku ngufu za gisirikare. Ni mwe nk’umuyobozi mukuru w’igisirikare cy’uwo mutwe, mugomba kubazwa kandi mukaryozwa n’ubutabera bwigenga iby’ubwo bwicanyi ndenga kamere bwakorewe abanyarwanda bo mu bwoko bw’abagogwe.
6- Bwana Perezida wa Repubulika, murashinjwa kandi kuba mwarishe abayobozi bakuru ba Kiliziya Gatolika mwiciye i Gakurazo ho muri Perefegitura ya Gitarama ku itariki ya 05/06/1994. Mushinjwa kuba mwarishe ba Musenyeri Visenti Nsengiyumva, Umushumba wa Kigali, Musenyeri Tadeyo Nsengiyumva, Umushumba wa Kabgayi, Musenyeri Yozefu Ruzindana, Umushumba wa Byumba. Mushinjwa kandi urupfu rwa Musenyeri Phocas Nikwigize, Umushumba wa Ruhengeri warigishijwe n’abasirikare ba FPR, ku mupaka wa Goma – Gisenyi atahutse avuye mu buhungiro , nyuma akicwa n’abasirikare ba FPR mwari mukuriye muri 1996.
7-Mbere y’uko mwambuka mukajya kwica impunzi z’abahutu bahungiye mu gihugu cya Kongo, ndetse no kwica abanyekongo babacumbikiye, mwabanje kwica impunzi z’abahutu zari mu nkambi ya Kibeho ku Gikongoro. Imiryango itegamiye kuri Leta yemeza ko hagati y’amatariki 18 na 22 /04/ 1995 mwishe impunzi z’abahutu barenga 60,000. Abashoboye kurokoka, FPR yabakurikiranye mu mayira n’aho batahaga hose irabica. Ubwo bwicanyi bwakorewe mu Rwanda, bugakorwa n’ingabo mwari mubereye ku isonga nta butabera bwigeze bushaka kumenya uko byagenze kugira ngo abakoze ayo mahano babiryozwe.
Nyakubahwa Perezida wa Repubulika murumva ko mutakwisasira imirambo y’inzirakarengane zingana zityo, ngo mwiyorose amaraso yazo, ngo mutabibazwa n’ubutabera mwitwaje ubudahangarwa mwihaye mufata ubutegetsi mukoresheje imbunda,mukabishimangira mwiba amatora ubugira kabiri. Nta budahangarwa mukwiye kuko ubutegetsi mwabwibye rubanda, ntimwabuhawe na rubanda. Impunzi z’abahutu zari muri Kongo nkuko mwabyivugiye ngo ‘twarabacyuye abandi twarabarashe, zarishwe zizira gusa ko ari abahutu, zihambwa mu byobo rusange nkuko rapport ya ONU (Mapping report) ibyerekana neza. Iyo mapping report yerekana neza uruhare runini mubifitemo nk’uko namwe mubyiyemerera. Perezida wa Congo Lawurenti Desideri Kabira yabyemeje atarapfa ku itariki ya 19/11/1998 mu kiganiro yagiranye n’ikinyamakuru ‘ Le soir’ cyo mu gihugu cy’Ububiligi ko mwishe impunzi z’abahutu. Munashinjwa kandi mu gihe kimwe, kuba mwarishe, cyangwa mukicisha abatutsi b’abanyekongo bo mu gice cy’abanyamurenge. Bamaze kwanga kuba igikoresho cyanyu, mwohereje Colonel Dani Gapfizi (ubu usigaye ari kwipeti rya Brigadier General) wari uyoboye igitero cyabagabweho, abica ku bwinshi. Abashoboye kurokoka iryo cumu ryanyu baratatanye bata ibyabo, abatarashoboye guhungira mu yandi mahanga ubu bamaze imyaka igera kuri 15 bari mu makambi mu Rwanda. Inkurikizi zabyo zose ni mwe zigomba kuryozwa.
8- Bwana Perezida wa Repubulika, mwahekuye u Rwanda. Ibigwi byanyu ni birebire kuko mwishe kandi mwicisha abanyarwanda abahutu, abatwa , abatutsi ndetse n’abanyamahanga. Ntawabarondora bose ngo bishoboke. Mwishe Seth Sendashonga, mwica Colonel Lizinde, mwica umucuruzi Bugirimfura, abo bose mubasanze aho babahungiye i Nairobi muri Kenya. Bahunze ubutegetsi bwanyu kandi aribo mwakoresheje nk’abahutu b’ibikoresho kugira ngo mugere ku nyungu zanyu bwite.Mwishe Kabera Assiel, ba Rwisereka, abatutsi bakoreye FPR batizigama, igihembo kiba kwicwa. Mwica Jean Leonard Rugambage w’umunyamakuru, mwicisha Ministre Juvenal Uwiringiyimana mu bu birigi mumuziza ko yari amaze gutahura umutego mwashakaga kumutamo mufatanije n’abidishyi b’ingoma yanyu bakora mu rukiko Arusha, n’abandi bo mu bubiligi….n’abandi n’abandi.
9-Mwafashe ubutegetsi ku ngufu kandi nyuma ya genocide mwarayikoresheje ku nyungu zanyu. Mu rwego rwo kwikiza abatavuga rumwe n’ubutegetsi bwanyu, mukimara gufata ubutegetsi ku ngufu nyuma yo kumena amaraso menshi y’inzirakarengane, mwakoze liste y’abanyrwanda bo mu bwoko bw’abahutu gusa mutavuga rumwe cyangwa se bashobora kubangamira inyungu zanyu bwite. Mubahamya icyaha cyo gutegura no gushyira mu bikorwa Génocide, mukora amalisiti nta bimenyetso bibahamya icyaha, amalisti muyatangaza mu igazeti ya leta, muyakwirakwiza isi yose mugambiriye kubabuza amahwemo aho babahungiye.  
 Bamwe byabaviriyemo gufungwa, abandi bimwa ubuhungiro mu bihugu bahungiyemo, abandi bakurwa ku mirimo bari babonye aho bahungiye, abandi batotezwa n’abene gihugu babita abicanyi. Byose mwabikoze muzi neza ko byubatse ku kinyoma. Mu bafungiwe Arusha bashinjwa ko bari mu rwego rw’abo mwise ba Ruharwa hamaze guhanagurwaho icyaha abari mu nama ya Leta nka Ministre Ntagerura, Ministre Rwamakuba, Ministre Bizimungu, Ministre Bicamumpaka, hagirwa umwere Géneral Kabirigi wari ushinzwe ibikorwa bya gisirikare, hahanagurwaho icyaha Prefet Bagambiki, na Protais Zigiranyirazo mwitiriraga akazu kateguye Génocide. Abo bose mwatumye bafungirwa ubusa igihe kirekire mubizi neza ko ari abere. Imiryango yabo ibura kivurira, ibintu byabo birasenyuka ibindi murabyangiza, ndetse n’aho bafunguriwe kubera ikinyoma cyanyu mwabeshye isi yose bakaba ntagihugu cyashoboye kubakira. Hari abandi bagifungiye Arusha, no mu gihugu hirya no hino, cyangwa ahandi, ari abakatiwe ari n’abatarakatirwa, bose nta butabera babonye kuko ikinyoma mwubakiyeho ingoma yanyu, nubwo gitangiye kujya ahagaragara, cyabaye ingorabahizi.
10- Nyakwubahwa Perezida wa Repubulika, si abanyarwanda gusa mwahekuye. Nkuko umucamanza Fernandi Andreu wakoze iperereza rinonosoye abyemeza kandi abibashinja. Ashingiye ku bimenyetso bifatika, abashinja kuba mwarishe muri gatozi cyangwa icyitso abagiraneza b’abasipanyolo 9 bakurikira: -Joaquím Vallmajó, -Servando Mayor, -Julio Rodríguez, -Miguel Angel Isla, -Fernando de la Fuente, -Flors Sirera, -Manuel Madrazo, -Luis Valtueña , -Isidoro Uzcurun. Mushinjwa kandi kuba mwarishe mukoresheje ingabo mukuriye umunya Canada witwa Claude Simard ku itariki ya 18/10/1994 i Gitarama. Ku itariki ya 02/02/1997, nabwo mushinjwa kuba mwarishe undi munya Canada witwa Guy Pinard wari umaze imyaka 35 mu Rwanda i Kampanga ho mu Ruhengeri.
11- Nyakubahwa Perezida wa Repubulika mwaranzwe kenshi no gukurikirana impunzi zabahunze hanze y’igihugu kugira ngo muzicireyo. Rimwe na rimwe umugambi mubisha ukamenyekana mutaramena amaraso nkuko byagenze mu bwongereza mushaka guhitana Musonera, mu gihugu cya Afurika yepfo mushaka kwica Général Kayumba Nyamwasa mwasangiye akabisi n’agahiye.
12- Nyakubahwa Perzida wa Repubulika, Biteye isoni n’agahinda kuba ubucamanza bwakagombye kwigenga mwarabuhinduye intwaro yo gukomeza kuniga, guheza,no gupfukirana abatemera ubutegetsi bw’igitugu mwashyizeho mukoresheje imbunda. Mu bizi neza kandi mubigambiriye mukomeje gushinja abahutu muri rusange ibyaha bya Génocide, mu gihe mushinja abatutsi mudashaka ubujura no guhungabanya umutekano w’igihugu Madame Victoire Umuhoza Ingabire, bigaragara ko azira ibikorwa bya Politiki, cyane cyane kuba yaraje mu Rwanda kwiyamamaza ashaka guhatanira namwe umwanya wo kuba umukuru w’igihugu. Ni uburenganzira bwe. Kandi kuba ibitekerezo bye yagaragaje bitandukanye n’imyumvire yanyu nta gitangaza kirimo. Igihe yemera ko mu Rwanda haba amoko, kandi ko hapfuye abahutu n’abatutsi, ndetse bose bakaba bakwiye ubutabera, mwe mwemeza ko nta moko abaho mu Rwanda, mwahindukira mukavuga ko abahutu bishe abatutsi babaziza ko ari abatutsi. Mwagera ku bahutu bapfuye kandi mubifitemo uruhare mukagoreka indimi. Ibitekerezo byanyu ntaho byazigera bihura n’ibya Madame Victoire Ingabire. Abanyarwanda bonyine nibo bafite uburenganzira bwo guhitamo uvuga ukuri bemera. Igisubizo ntabwo ari ukumushyira mu buroko, mugahimba abamushinja ibinyoma bigaragarira buri wese ko ari ikinamico, namwe mukemeza ko yemeye ibyaha mutarigeze mugera mu cyumba cy’urucyiko ababuraniramo ! Maitre Ntaganda, Karoli Ntakirutinka, Niyitegeka, Déogratias Mushayidi, bose bafungiwe ibikorwa bya Politiki. By’umwihariko kuri Madame Umuhoza Ingabire Victoire, mu Kiganiro mwagiranye n’abanyamakuru ku itariki ya 11/12/2011igihe mwari mu ruzinduko i Kampala, mwaratinyutse mubeshya isi yose ngo Madame Victoire Ingabire yemeye ibyaha. Ni irihe tegeko ribaha uburenganzira bwo kwivanga mu bucamanza bwagombye kuba bwigenga ? Perezida wa Repubulika amenya ate ko uregwa yemeye ibyaha urubanza rukiburanwa ? Ni uwuhe mucamanza uzavuguruza Perezida wa Repubulika wamaze gutangaza ko Madame Victoire yemeye ibyaha ? Mwamuhamije ibyaha atararangiza kuburana, nta n’uburenganzira mubifitiye. Igisigaye ni ukumukatira. Murumva atari urukoza soni ku gihugu cyagombye kugendera ku mategeko? Binyuranye n’itegeko nshinga mwishyiriyeho.
13- Nyakubahwa Perezida wa Repubulika,
Tumaze kubona aya marorerwa yose mwakoze, isi yose ikaba iyazi ariko ku nyungu zitandukanye ikicecekera, Tumaze kubona ko ibi bikorwa bigayitse mufitemo uruhare rugaragara, bihesha isura mbi u Rwanda n’abanyarwanda bose, Tumaze kubona ko mwaranzwe, no guteranya abana b’u Rwanda mukoresheje abandi banyarwanda, Tumaze kubona ko kwica abanyarwanda nkuko namwe mubyiyemerera, cyane cyane abatemera ibitekerezo byanyu ariyo ntwaro yanyu ya politiki, Tumaze kubona ko mu biganiro bitandukanye mwagiranye n’ibinyamakuru mwiyemereye ko arimwe mwishe uwari umukuru w’igihugu Perezida Habyarimana, mukanemera ko mwarashe impunzi z’abahutu zahungiye muri Congo, mukanica n’abanyekongo b’aba Tutsi bo mu bwoko bw’abnyamurenge, mukagaragaza ko mufite umugambi wo kwica abo mutavuga rumwe nkuko mwabivuze muvuga Général Kayumba Nyamwasa, muvuga ko n’isazi muzayicisha inyundo, bwacya mukamurasa, Tumaze kubona ko mwivanga bikabije mu butabera kandi mukabukoresha ku nyungu zanyu bwite, ibyo bikaba binyuranye n’ibiteganywa n’itegeko nshingamwishyiriyeho, Tumaze kubona ko mwafashe ubutegetsi mu maze kumena amaraso menshi y’abanyarwanda, ndetse n’ay’abanyamahanga, Tumaze gusanga mwaribye amatora ubugira kabiri bityo akaba nta munyarwanda wabahaye ubutegetsi, Dusanze ntabudahangarwa mukwiye kuko mwibye rubanda ubutegetsi bwabo, Dushingiye ku biteganywa n’itegekonshinga ry’ u Rwanda ryo kuwa 04/06/2003 mwishyiriyeho, cyane cyane mu ngingo yaryo ya 99 aho iteganya ko uwiyamamariza umwanya w’umukuru w’igihugu agomba kuba inyangamugayo, no mu ngingo ya 60 iteganya ko inzego z’ubutegetsi zitandukanye kandi zigenga bityo ubucamanza bukaba bugomba kwigenga ntimubuvogere cyangwa ngo mubukoresha mu nyungu za politiki, no mu ngingo ya 98 iteganya ko umukuru w’igihugu agomba kubumabatira ubumwe bw’abanyarwanda no kuba umurinzi w’itegekonshinga, Dushingiye ku bikubiye muri iyi nyandiko turasanga nta na kimwe mwujuje, bityo mukaba mwarishe nkana mubizi kandi mubishaka itegeko nshinga mwishyiriyeho, Turabasaba ko mwakwegura kuri uwo mwanya wa Perezida wa Repubulika, kugira ngo ubutabera bukore akazi kabwo, Turasaba inkiko zigenga, zibifitiye ububasha n’ubushobozi gufata ikibazo cy’ubutabera zitajenjetse, zititaye ku ubudahangarwa mwihaye mutahawe n’abanyarwanda, Turasaba ibihugu by’inshuti bifasha u Rwanda n’abanyrwanda, gufasha abanyarwanda bamaze gushavura gushyira mu bikorwa ibi byifuzo kugira ngo amahoro arambye agaruke mu Rwanda no mu karere k’ibiyaga bigari.
Umwami w’u Rwanda Nyiricyubahiro Kigeri V Ndahindurwa, uri mu buhungiro mu gihugu cya Leta zunze ubumwe z’Amerika warahiriye kuba Umwami ugendera ku itegekonshinga tariki 09/10/1959, agomba guhita agaruka mu Rwanda nk’Umukuru w’igihugu, Natahe abanyarwanda bicare ku meza amwe babwizanye ukuri ntawuhejwe, ntanuzira ukuri avuze, bace ikinyoma basubirane ubumwe bwabo n’amahoro mbere yo kujya imbere y’ubutabera budahora.
Ubwami bugendera ku itegekonshinga, imitegekere y’igihugu yemejwe kuri 28/07/1959 igihe Umwami Kigeli V NDAHINDURWA yasimbura ga Umwami Mutara III Rudahigwa niyo nzira yonyine isubiza abanyarwanda uburengazira bwabo bwo kujya mu mashyaka bihitiyemo no kuragiza ubutegetsi abo bashaka binyuze mu matora adafifitse.
Nyakubahwa Perezida wa Repubulika, mukwiye gufata icyemezo cy’ubutwari mukegura ku mirimo mwihaye mukareka abanyarwanda bakiyunga nyabyo. Bazabishingiraho babakorera ubucamanza butabera kandi budahora.
Mugire amahoro.
Eugen Nkubito
 Chaiman RPRK

Son excellence Monsieur le Président des USA
Son excellence Monsieur le Président de la République Française
Son excellence Monsieur le Président de la République de l’Uganda
Son excellence Monsieur le Président de la République-Unie de Tanzanie
Sa Majesté le Roi du Rwanda en Exil aux USA Kigeli V Ndahindurwa
Son excellence Monsieur le Premier Ministre Britanique
Son excellence Monsieur le Premier Ministre Belge
Son excellence Monsieur le Premier Ministre du Portugal
Son excellence Monsieur le Premier Ministre d’Espagne
Son excellence Monsieur le Premier Ministre de la Norvége
Son excellence Monsieur le Premier Ministre des Pays Bas
Son excellence Monsieur le Premier Ministre du Canada
Son excellence Madame la Chanceliere da Republique d’Allemagne
Son excellence Monseur le Premier Ministre Danois
Son excellence Monsieur le Premier Ministre du Duche du Luxembourg
Son excellence Monsieur le Premier Ministre du Maroc
Son Excellence Monsieur le Secrétaire Général de l’ONU, à New York
Son Excellence Monsieur le Président du Conseil de Sécurité, New York
Madame/Monsieur le Représentant du pays membre permanent du Conseil de Sécurité (tous)
Monsieur le Greffier du TPIR à Arusha Monsieur le Procureur du TPIR à Arusha
Commission des Droits de l’homme, à Genève
Commission Internationale des Juristes, à Genève
Association Américaine des Juristes Association internationale des Juristes démocrates, New Delhi
Cour Européenne de Justice
Cour Européenne des Droits de l’Homme
Cour Africaine des Droits de l’Homme
Centre de lutte contre l’impunité et l’injustice au Rwanda, à Bruxelles
Amnesty International à Londres
Avocats sans frontière à Paris.
FIDH à Paris
HRW (Human Rights Watch)
La presse.


Iki ni ikimenyetso cyarangaga aba BEM bambaranaga n’amapeti yabo
B.E.M. BISOBANURA IKI? 396233_160377347400706_100002853261715_204211_1119873765_a Igitumye nandika iyi nyandiko n’umuntu twaganiriye ambwira ko BEM ari ubwoko bwa rank yo mu ba EX-FAR ngo yari ifitwe gusa n’umuntu witwa Général de Brigade Emmanuel Habyalimana uyu wahoze ari Ministre w’Ingabo, ariko mu gihe ntaramusobanurira mugenzi we bari kumwe atubwira ko ahubwo ari irindi zina rya Général de Brigade Emmanuel Habyalimana. Ariko siko bimeze BEM bisobanura Breveté d’Etat Major ikaba ari impamyabumenyi itangwa n’ishuri rya Cyami Rikuru rya Gisirikare ryo mu gihugu cy’u Bubiligi (Institut Royal Supérieur de Défense mu magambo ahinnye IRSD) iryo shuri ryashinzwe mu kinyejana cya 19, rikaba ryaritwaga Ecole de Guerre kugeza mu 1978. Ryari rigenewe kwigisha abasirikare bo mu rwego rwa aba officiers batoranijwe kuzaba abakuru b’ingabo cyangwa gukora mu buyobozi bukuru bw’ingabo. Kera  umuntu yashoboraga kwinjira muri iryo shuri ari Capitaine ariko kuva mu 1978 bisaba kuba uri Major kugira ngo yemererwe. Aba BEM babitaga inkuba z’intambara (foudres de guerre). Ibi ntibivuze ko bose bagaragaje ubutwari ku rugamba, hari ababaye intwari koko, hari abirukanse amasigamana bata n’abasirikare bari bashinzwe kuyobora, hari abahisemo kwigira ku ruhande rw’uwo barwanaga nawe kubera akenshi ubwoba, umugati no gutinya ubuzima bubi.
Dore urutonde rwa bamwe mu basirikare b’abanyarwanda bashoboye kubona iyo mpamyabumenyi, umwaka bayiboneyemo na Perefegitura bakomokagamo.
1.Général Major BEM Ndindiliyimana Augustin Butare 1973
2.Général Major BEM Nsabimana Déogratias a.k.a Castar Ruhengeri 1974
3. Général BEM Gatsinzi Marcel Kigali 1977
4. Major BEM Habyarimana Simon Gisenyi 1979
5. Col BEM Nkuliyekubona Anselme Byumba 1981
6. Lt Col BEM Baliyanga Alphonse Gisenyi 1982
7. Lt Col BEM Kamanzi Innocent Gitarama 1983
8.Lt Col BEM Rwabalinda Ephrem Cyangugu 1984
9. Lt Col BEM Munyarugarama Phénéas Ruhengeri 1984
10. Lt Col BEM Bahufite Juvénal Byumba 1984
11. Col BEM Gasake Athanase Ruhengeri 1985
12. Général Major BEM Bizimungu Augustin Byumba 1985
13.Col BEM Ndengeyinka Balthazar Kibuye 1986  
14. Lt Col BEM Gasarabwe Edouard Butare 1986
15. Lt Col BEM Nkundiye Léonard Gisenyi 1987  
16. Lt Col BEM Hitimana Joseph Gisenyi 1988
17. Major BEM Neretse Emmanuel Ruhengeri 1988
18. Major BEM Mutambuka Gaspard Byumba 1989
19. Général de Brigade BEM Habyarimana Emmanuel Byumba 1990
20. Lt Col BEM Sebahire Antoine Kibungo 1991
21. Lt Col BEM Musonera Vénant Gikongoro 1992
Umwe mu bahoze muri FAR
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RWANDA-FDLR:Rwandan Rebels Vow to Continue Attacking Rwandan Defense Forces

Sources close to Rwandan rebels inform AfroAmerica Network that Rwandan rebels have vowed to continue attacking the Rwandan government Defense Forces (RDF) after they successfully launched attacks on the Rwandan army in Mutura, Northeastern Rwanda, on November 27, 2012.

The attack, first reported by AfroAmerica Network (see our arti
cle Rwandan Rebels Attack RDF in Mutura; UN Expresses Intention to Sanction Rwandan Leaders of November 27, 2012), surprised both the Rwandan military leaders and international observers and United Nations experts, who has suggested that the Rwandan rebels were a spent force.
According to the rebels and independent sources, the rebels surprised the Rwandan Defense forces troops stationed in Mutura about to deploy to the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC) around 2:00 AM on NOvember 27, 2011. The rebels attacked into three columns, one blocking the road between Mukamira and Gisenyi to prevent reinforcements, another close to the border with the Democratic Republic of the Congo, in an area known as Kabuhanga, whereas the last one attacked a military outpost in the village of Cyanzarwe. Given the long distance among the three areas, it appears the rebels had been inside Rwanda for a while and had very good coordination.

In the first wave of attacks, Rwandan rebels killed and wounded tens of Rwandan defense forces. The casualties in Rwandan government troops were confirmed by AfroAmerica Network sources within RDF. Heavy fighting ensued, sending population into hiding and pushing others to flee the area. Right before the combats, infiltrated rebels had warned the civilians to stay indoor, if and when they hear shootings.
Sources within the rebels say that after the fightings, they returned in undisclosed locations inside Rwanda. “We accomplished what we wanted and beyond our goals, ” the sources added.
Asked about their specific goals, the sources said they cannot provide details at the moment, except saying that the goals included capturing advanced weapons and equipment owned by Rwandan Defense Forces and other logistics, which, according to the sources, were reached.
Asked whether they lost the 6 fighters as the Rwandan military and political leaders claimed, the rebels said that “in war, casualties are possible, but Rwandan Defense Forces military leaders know they are lying to the population.”

“We are ready and determined. There is no more turning back,” the rebel sources said. Whether it is bravado or real, the incoming days will tell.
For now, the rebel sources have vowed to continue the attacks on Rwandan Defense Forces. If this materializes, it may be another complication of an already chaotic situation in the Great Lakes Region of Africa.

Tuesday, December 4, 2012

RWANDA-US:The US government is willing to go all the way down to the gutter to protect its closest African ally Rwanda.

We have a serious problem here. The US government is willing to go all the way down to the gutter to protect its closest African ally Rwanda.

Their reasoning is beyond comprehension. This is the same thing they said in 1997 when Roberto Garreton of Chile documented the massacre of refugees in Congo by the Rwandan military, the same excuse they said during the two Congo wars, the same thing they said when Rwanda was caught supporting Laurent Nkunda in 2008, the same thing they said when the UN Mapping report was blocked in 2010 by the US saying that possibly genocide may have occured in Congo, and it is still the same thing they are saying now.

For 16 years... they have said this... and now over 6 million people have died in the Congo. Until when are we going to keep doing this?

"But Rice pushed back, reasoning that any move to sanction Rwandan leader Paul Kagame would backfire, and it would be better to work with him to find a long-term solution to the region's troubles than punish him. "Gerard, it's eastern Congo. If it were not the M23 killing people it would be some other armed groups," she said, according to one of three U.N.-based sources who detailed the exchange. The U.S. mission declined to comment on the meeting, which was confidential."