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The Paul Kagame Doctrine After 20 Years

Submitted by Theogene Rudasingwa on Tue, 04/01/2014 - 14:38

by Dr. Theogene Rudasingwa 

The author, Paul Kagame’s former chief of staff, says the minority Tutsi regime has since 1994 “fought or made enemies with the Democratic Republic of Congo, Zimbabwe, Namibia, Angola, South Africa, Uganda and now, sadly but predictably, Tanzania.” Meanwhile, six million Congolese have died, largely because of Rwandan invasions.

Rwanda’s Peacekeeping Operations: A Poisoned Pill that Blackmails the West

Submitted by Theogene Rudasingwa on Tue, 02/04/2014 - 17:09

by Theogene Rudasingwa

Under dictator Paul Kagame, Rwanda’s military is highly paid for peacekeeping duties in Darfur, South Sudan, the Central African Republic and Haiti – despite its role in the death of millions in the Democratic Republic of Congo. The West depends on Kagame as its man in Africa, and in return gives impunity to his criminal network. 

The Tragedy of Goma: Shame on UN and Rwanda’s Western Allies

Submitted by Theogene Rudasingwa on Tue, 11/27/2012 - 15:48

 

by Theogene Rudasingwa

Rwanda and Uganda, Washington’s closest allies in central Africa, are embarked on the full conquest of their neighbor, the Democratic Republic of Congo. Following the capture of Goma, “Rwanda is now poised to take Bukavu in South Kivu, and most likely will be lured into DRC's tempting but dangerous belly, as far as the capital, Kinshasa.”

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