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Uyu si umuhanuzi we ntatinzamo…birabe ibyuya…

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Mu gusoza umwaka Paul Kagame uyobora igihugu cy’u Rwanda yaburiye Abanyarwanda muri rusange ndetse n’abasirikare by’umwihariko ko umwaka wa 2014 uzaba umwaka ukomeye cyane uzahungabanya Abanyarwanda ariko anasaba ingabo ko zitegura kugira ngo imigambi yapanzwe izagerweho. Ubusanzwe abazi Kagame bavuga ko nta kintu ajya avuga kimugwiririye ndetse ahubwo abenshi bemeza ko ngo afite uburwayi bwo kumena amabanga atabishaka. Bityo benshi batekereza ko ibyo Kagame yavuze ashobora kuba yaratuvunguriraga ku migambi afite muri uyu mwaka. Gusa birahwihwiswa ko iyo migambi itari iy’ubuhoro kuko kuba yarayibwiye abasirikare, bisobanuye ko ishobora kuba ifitanye isano n’intambara.

Bidateye kabiri, Colonel Patrick Karegeya yiciwe muri Africa y’epfo, ukekwa kuba yaramwishe cyangwa yaramwicishije, Appolo Kiririsi uzwi no ku mazina ya Gafaranga Ismael ubu ngo akaba yagaragaye i Kigali. Bamubajije ibyerekeye Karegeya ngo yasubije ko yageze mu Rwanda kuwa 29 Ukuboza kandi nyamara yarahuye na Karegeya kuwa 31 Ukuboza! Abandi bavugwa mu kurema umutwe  Kagame death squad ni aba bakurikira: General de Brigade. Faustin Kaliisa, Cololonel Francis Mutiganda  wahoze anarinda Jack Nziza, Major Matungo, Lt Colonel Francis Gakwerere,Captain Tuyisenge  na Lt Colonel Charles Shema mwishywa wa Kagame. Kuba Abanyarwanda bamenya aba bicanyi ni nko kubona umutwe wa iceberg kuko munsi y’aba ariho hari igice kinini. Bityo aba bakoresha abandi benshi cyane ku buryo umubare wabo utazwi.

Uretse Patrick Karegeya wapfuye ku bunani, colonel Mamadou Ndala wo mu ngabo za  Congo na we yahitanywe n’abantu batazwi bamuteze igico umunsi umwe nyuma y’urupfu rwa Patrick. Mu gihe Colonel Patrick Karegeya we yazize urwo inzego z’ubutasi yari akuriye zajyaga zikanira umuntu wese urwanya FPR, Colonel  Mamadou we yapfuye urwa Colonel Rwendeye mu myaka ya za 90 wapfuye amaze guhashya Inyenzi-Inkotanyi mu gitero cya mbere.

Leta y’u Rwanda yavuze ko nta mpuhwe urupfu rwa Karegeya ruteye ngo kuko yari yaragaragaje ko arwanya Leta. Mu ijwi rya Louise Mushikiwabo Ministre w’ububanyi n’amahanga na Pierre Damien Habumuremyi ministre w’intebe ngo gutatira igihango igihugu cyakubyaye birasama. Nyamara kandi aha ntibibuka ko kurwanya akarengane ari uburenganzira budasubirwaho bwa buri wese. Bityo aba bombi bakaba bagomba kwibutswa ko kurwanya ubutegetsi bw’igitugu ari inshingano za buri wese, ahubwo nabo nibegure hakiri kare basange abandi mu rugamba rwo kubohoza u Rwanda.

Uwakurikiyeho, uretse ko we yagize Imana akarusimbuka ni Mayor w’akarere ka Musanze warusimbutse nyuma yo kuraswa amasasu menshi cyakora ayo masasu agafata abana bari kumwe na we, we akarusimbuka!

None amwe mu ma sosiete yashoye imari mu Rwanda atangiye gukuramo akayo karenge. Isosiyeti Korea Telecom yari yarasinyanye amasezerano na Leta y’U Rwanda yo gutanga servise za Internet yatangaje ko itacyubahirije ayo masezerano kubera ibibazo yavuze ko ari iby’ubukungu butifashe neza, nyamara ababikurikiranira hafi bamaze kubona ko iyo sosiyeti ifite amakuru ko gushora imari mu Rwanda ari nko kuyijugunya.

Reka dukomeze tubitege amaso ariko rero ku mugani w’uyu muperezida wigize umuhanuzi ku ngufu, icyo uyu mwaka uzatuzanira muzagifatisha yombi.

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Death didn’t take a Christmas break in Congo!

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Ban Ki-Moon in the picture is responsible for more than 6 million Congolese killed by Kagame and his proxy war groups

Congo faced an attempted coup on December 30, 2013 and 143 innocent people were killed, not the real perpetrators who are or were part of DRC government but innocents.

Plus, a beloved Congolese colonel was assassinated as a reward for his dedication to protect Congo sovereignty. It was alleged that a rocket hit his car but specialists say that this is false and that the vehicle was burnt after Colonel Mamadou Ndala’s body was riddled with bullets and burnt.
Two Tutsi officers were arrested as suspects.

Moreover, today RFI announces that they managed to get a new UN report that will be released very soon and that shows how Rwanda and Uganda are fuelling the war in DRC through the M23, which is not dead obviously despite a peace accord signed with Congo government in Nairobi lately.

We have many questions: when will this hypocrisy stop? When will those who consider Kagame as a ”darling” stop their support? When will people finally admit that the ones arming Rwanda and Uganda are to be found here in the West and that they need to be held accountable for the millions death in DRC?

You as a people can do something, you need to stand up either by joining Congolese demonstrations when they take place or by signing the petition we launched and that can be found on our website www.dbbtt.org

Congo does not need charity nor tears but JUSTICE!

Source: www.dbbtt.org

Your attitude will sink you in this universe of news…

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 Via his facebook page, Ismael Mbonigaba is giving hints on how to analyze some situations

Patrick Karegeya’s assassination: Let me lecture my fellow Rwandan journalists and countrymen on some useful tricks about media and communication once a saga of the kind happens.
Focus on governments’ attitudes: (Rwandan government’s attitude, South-African government’s attitude, and Ugandan government’s attitude.)

Naturally, emotions flow spontaneously out of people’s closeness with the deceased. Quite normal, speculations always precede investigations and can sometimes give clues on which track the police should follow… Other speculations are intended to lead astray the investigators.
Here comes now the huge impact of professional communicators. Journalists’ role is to provide an update of the latest developments of the matter. The SA government is now tracking the assassins, The Rwandan government is busy to tarnish the image of its former spy master while the Ugandan literally disowns him.

– What is the level of collaboration between the three governments in the matter?
– Again Rwandan hit men are accused of disturbing SA’s security. Back in 2010, assassination attempts on general Kayumba Nyamwasa led to the severing of diplomatic ties between both countries. What reaction can we expect from SA following the present case?
– Is Rwanda ready to hand wanted suspects over to SA justice?
Focus now on individuals: (Prime Minister Pierre-Damien Habumuremyi, Foreign Affairs Minister Louise Mushikiwabo, the prime suspect Appolo Gafaranga)
Above mentioned government’s high ranking officials have issued their declarations on Twitter. However, the traditional way of communicating government positions is a press release, radio or TV statement, or a press conference. A week has gone now, no press conference!
The prime suspect is said to be in Kigali. He keeps quiet. Why doesn’t he convene a press conference to make public his defense since he has apparently denied any involvement in the murder?

In 2013, Rwandans should learn how to turn to their advantage the work of journalists. Whether you are guilty or not, its your attitude that will sink you in this universe of news.

Ismaïl Mbonigaba

Ubutumwa bugenewe Appolo Kiririsi, Dan Munyuza, Tom Ndahiro na Burasa Jean Gualbert

Nyuma y’igihe kitari gitoya atongeye kugaragara, uwitwa cyangwa wiyita Paul Mbangurunuka yongeye kunyandikira. Iyi baruwa kubera ko ari ndende cyane, dayibagezaho mu bice bibiri bitandukanye kugira ngo bitabarambira.

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Soma:

Reka mbanze nifurize iruhuko ridashira.R.I.P Col Patrick Karegeya, nanifatanye mukababaro n’umuryango we ndetse n’Abanyarwanda muri rusange.

Iyibaruwa nanditse  ikubiyemo ibintu bitandukanye, kubwiyo mpamvu  ndasaba abayisoma bose kutita cyane kuri formality or style,  ahubwo  mwibande kuri le contenu.

  1. Reka mpere kuri bwana Apollo Kiririsi. Mambo vipi? Muvandi, ndagirango mbere na mbere nkugaye cyane nanakubwireko nabaye surprised kumva ko ariwowe wahitanye afande Karegeya. Wamujinga we nkurikije ubuzima bwawe nkuziho, wemereye iki kweli kugwa mururiya mutego mubisha? Ese buriya ubwawe wibazako akayabo k’amafr. bakwemereye  uzapfa uyariye?  Je suis sûr et certain que iminsi yawe usigaje kuri iyi si irikubarirwa kuntoki.

Dore impamvu :

–          Apollo rwose urabizi ko ntayindi deal uriya mugabo agutezeho. Ikindi nuko deal wakoze wayikoze neza cyane kuko wahitanye uwo bagutumye, utwara nibyo bari bamukeneyeho(Phones).  Ariko wagaragaje ko uri umusivile kuba utaritaye ko izina ryawe rimenyekana muri operation yenda gusa na opération impossible.  Kuba izina ryawe ryaratahuwe, bisobanuye ko urupfu rwawe rutari kure kandi uzaguhitana ni Chef de bande ubwe. Kuba uzobereye mubyokwerekana action movies (hamwe na Cine Star yawe mubiryogo) , wakabaye waratekereje cyane kumitekerereze n’imiterere ya ba  chefs de bande mbere yo kuruta.

–          Wishe umuntu warukomeye kurusha uwagutumye.  Warinshuti ye cyane, mpamyako warubizi nezako Afande yinjiraga  nta Audience mungo zaba perezida  nibura barenze bane,  kandi bakomeye banubashywe  cyane cyane muri Afurika, mugihe uwagutumye myamya ko ubu ntamuperezida numwe bagicana uwaka, kereka wenda nk’umwe cg babiri nabo baruma bahuha. Kuba waremeye kuvutsa ubuzima umuntu wari master  muri plans zirigukorwa n’ibihangange, Apollo rwose niyiziye ntabwo uzabava munzara ndakurahiye! Ariko ugize amahirwe baguta muriyombi rukarabankaba atarakwirenza kubera ibanga rikomeye wihaye kubika.

–          Uwaguhaye mission, ntanshuti agira. Uwo yagutumye kwica  niwe abahanga bamuzi neza, bemeza ko ariwe baha nimero ya mbere mukuba barabaye inshuti magara, hagakurikira Afande Kayumba na Nziza. Nonese niba yaragutumye kwica inshutiye ya mbere magara(mubihe byashize), nikihe kizere cy’ubushuti burenze waba ufite ko wagirana nawe.  Uriya ni umwega sha, wakabaye waraperereje uko abega dukora nubwo jye mvangiye. Ubundi nyuma yo guhabwa mission wakabaye waregereye Karegeya ukamugisha inama y’uko uribubyifatemo. Kuko ari umuntu wumuhanga cyane ndetse n’inararibonye, yarikugufasha gutoroka , ndetse akagufasha no kwikomereza business  mumutekano n’umutuzo bihambaye kubera ibikomerezwa akorana na byo .  Yemwe na babatutsikazi wacuruje kuva kera  i Burayi n’Amerika warikuba ubonye feu vert yo gukomeza kubayoramo amayeuro ntawuguhagata  nk’uko abowishutse mukwisunga baguhagase mumyaka yashize kugeza yewe no kuri cya kinamba  cyawe cyokoza amamodoka kiguye.

Nkaba nasoza ngira nti, amahirwe muribi bibazo bigukomereye kuko ntacyo napfaga nawe gusa nibura umwirato wagize kuri Faraj amaze kumara Miliyari 2, aho wamuhaye pole ukirirwa umutera ibiziba na Porsche  yawe  unamuteza abantu muri Casino kuko yari umusore muhanganye mukurya cash, ngirango ubu nawe aho ari arikwibaza uburyo urikurya ntibimanuke.  Ubwirasi bwawe wariwararahiye ko ntamukobwa uzigera  akandagiza ikirenge muriya MBW cg Porsche ,  ubu noneho ntamanahirwe yo kubareba ukundi  uzigera ugira.  Ibuka amagambo yuzuye ubwirasi wavuze 2008, igihe Gasana yicwa na murumuna we Jackson, imbere ya Rafiki i Nyamirambo, ngo kuko mwarimuhanganye mukwemezanya mubukire, ukarakazwa nuko yakweretse amafoto arikumwe n’igihangange  muri muzika Puff Daddy bari kuri Miami beach, abantu bakakubwira ko uri toto ugomba kumwubaha.

Nkurikije uko inshuti zawe twaritukuzi , mpamya ko ntanumwe byatunguye cyane kubona ukora ririya bara.  Ngaho uzaruhuke iruhuko ridashira kuko ndabizi neza ruriye abandi rutakwibagiwe, y’amazi wasomaga uri gupanga na Nziza na sebuja, noneho uzayanywa yitwa utuzi kandi uyanywe uyanyweye kuko bariya batypes ntibakina, roho zabo wagirango barazineye.

2.       Jack Nziza, Dan Munyuza, Tom Ndahiro na Burasa Jean Gualbert

Umva sha mwambwa mwe uko muri bane,  mbashyize hamwe kuko muri mugatebo kamwe kandi mwese usibye wenda Dan munyuza, uwashaka agatwe kanyu ntibyamutwara amajoro abiri. Mvuze Dan Munyuza kuko kubera umurundo w’ibyaha yikoreye, niyo abonye igicucu cye ariruka akajya kwihisha. Umuntu wihisha atyo rero, ntibyakoroha kumubona vuba. Ariko Nziza, ndabizi ibi urabisoma kandi ubisomane ubushishozi. Ubwawe urabizi neza ko uri umwicanyi kabamba  ariko  w’umujinga, kuko level yawe y’ubwicanyi ntabwo iguha amahirwe yo kurelaxa nk’uko ubikora. Wafatanyije na Shobuja mukurasa kuri Afande Nyamwasa , ntitwavuze kuko atapfuye. None urongeye ufatanyije nawe noneho muguhitana Afande Karegeya. Ibi mwakoze byagaragaje ubuswa cyane no kuba mumaze kwiheba , birongera bigaragaza ko mubaye ibiroge aho mwikora munda(kwica Umutsi) kumugaragaro  kuko abandi bo ntitwavuze kumpamvu zuko mwabicaga mwibanga n’amayeri. Nonesha wamushenzi we, ubu ugiye kubura uburenganzira mugihugu cyawe bwite ubayemo uhagarikiwe n’ingwe. Bitandukanye nawa mugani ngo uhagarikiwe n’ingwe aravoma, wowe uzavoma amaraso ariko never again kuvoma ibyishimo nk’uko wirirwaga winyagambura mumaguru y’abagore(b’abandi) ntankomyi cg urangiza kureba APR FC bukakwiriraho kuri Stade udusobanurira uko match yagenze nk’aho tutayirebanye. Ibyo byishimo wagiraga byibagirwe kuko uri Jenerali w’amafuti nkaba umwe mu mahe yicanye kukurusha kandi watojwe bihambaye nubwo utanzi wenda unkeka. Murwego rwo guhorera Col Karegeya no kukwereka ko yari Col ukurenze wowe uri Jenerali w’imbwa, nzagutsinda hamwe muho navuze kuko ahandi ho byoroshye cyane nko kunywa amazi simpavuze nzahavumba. Urugero rw’uko mbarenzeho, nuko imipango yose mba nyizi, nk’aho mugihe gishize nazimije ngatangaza ko Kagame azicwa mumpera z’umwaka wa 2013. Urushinge rutera ruganisha kumpera z’awo, habaye iyicwa ry’umuntu ubu wafatwaga nk’igihangage kuruta uwo nabitse. Nawe rero nshatse nakubika usibye ko aho kugirango nkubike(ntangaze urupfu rwawe)  reka nkwibikire(nkwizigamire). Hagarika kwigira akagirwamana gato kaba mukwaha k’uwigize ikigirwamana gikuru. Ntimuva amavuta sha, muva maraso nk’abo muyavusha kandi kubagira utuyunguruzo ntibisaba gutsikamira machine gun.

Umva sha nawe Ndahiro we, wowe sinakwirirwa ngutaho umwanya kuko ibyo wirirwa wivurungutamo na padiri Thomas bigaragaza ko uri cyontazi cy’ikibwa cyahabuwe n’umusivile nka Padiri Nahimana Thomas uvugira i Burayi  imitwe yanyu ikuzura urwamo nk’urwa madebe  cyangwa ingoma barigukaragira. We birari shiti ako kadigi kameze nk’urushwima rwapfubye hamwe nutwo dutama twabyimbye nukomeza kundakaza nzabijorogamo imishito nk’iyo nacumise abahutu bamariye umuryango. Uri Umututsi w’imbwa wakiroge we wirirwa usebya unaserereza abo musangiye ubwoko. Wagirango urumuhahano sha, ntamututsi  mwenyewe wandagaza imfura nkawe. Nyoko ashobora kuba yaraguhashye kumuhutu ntabwo arigusa. Ubanza wirirwa wivuruguta mumagambo na Padiri kuko muhuje ubwoko. Ko na CV yawese nakurikiranye ngasanga ntanuwo wigeze utera nibura akandoyi ngo wenda ibyo wirirwa uhomvora  bibe biterwa n’amaraso y’abantu akubungamo nk’uko birikugendekera shobuja wirirwa ushimisha wibagiwe ko uriya mugabo akomoka mubami, bivuzeko nawe ashobora guhinduka nk’igicu nk’uko byagenze kuri Kamegeri wo kuntenyo ubwo yashatse gushimisha umwami agacanira urutare ngo barunageho umuhutu waruzize amaherere, hanyuma umwami agahindukira agategeka ko Kamegeri aba ariwe urunagwaho kubera uburemere bw’igihano yarahitiyemo uwo muhutu. Reka namwe mbaburire ko umuntu mwizera ko mushimisha atari umuntu usanzwe. Saa ni saa byajagura akabagerera mukebo mugereramo abandi.

Uru ruzingo rwo ngo ni Burasa ntacyo niriwe nduvugaho, gusa rumenyeko kugira igara nk’iryinigwahabiri bitaguha kuba umuntu udasanzwe kwa Kagame ngo kuko muzonzwe kimwe. Wakajinga we, ibyo wirirwa utangaza muririya ngirwa Rushyashya yawe  wagirango biguha ishema nk’umunyamakuru ko ahubwo byerekana ko uri akabwa. Ese sha, biriya mwatangaje kuri RIP Karegeya, ko nshimye we yaguye muri Hotel igaragara ihanitse no mubiciro, wowe ko ngushatse nagutsinda muri kakaruri ko mubiryogo ngo ni Hotel Grace. Rahira ko udahise uhahamuka?! Nibyo nimutangire mubunze imitima kuko mwese abigize ba kaganga murwagasabo, ngiye guhangana namwe kandi ntibiri kure. Vuba aha ndatangira kubaha  ibimenyetso bibahabura bibereka ko muri mumazi abiri kandi nuwo mukorera ntacyo yabafasha kuko we ahubwo azaba ari muyatogota. Ikigaragaza ko muri mubyago bikomeye, nuko ntanumwe murimwe wagerageza no guhunga nibura, kuko wowe wakabwa we ngo ni Burasa wibeshye ukambuka umupaka gusa, Kalisa Mc Dowell, Ismael Mbonigaba na Bizumuremyi B.bagutera iyakajwiga. Kadigi Tom Ndahiro we, mugenzi we Tomasi ubanza yamuzimanira kuko bahuje ubwoko. Kandi byo cyanahunga kuko Kagame amaze gutahura ko ari igihutu cyahita cyiyabangira ingata kuberako kizi uburyo abyanga. Nziza ntiyahunga Kagame kuko ubanza Kagame nanapfa, uyu mujenerali w’umusivile azasaba ko bashyingurana nawe ari muzima kuko ntaho azaba amusize.

 Biracyaza…

Patrick Karegeya wrote before his death…”The political system marginalizes the majority of the population from political participation”

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 Col Patrick Karegeya

Mr. Douglas E. Coe

The Fellowship 1271

Washington Avenue San Leandro,CA 94577

USA

28th December, 2013

Dear Mr. Coe,

Re: Ending the Crisis in Rwanda and the Great Lakes Region through Dialogue On behalf of the Rwanda National Congress (RNC)

I am writing to inform you that the current situation in Rwanda is one of those that ought to be of the greatest and urgent concern to those in the international community who have genuine concern about international peace and security in general and in the Great Lakes region of Central Africa in particular. The majority of the people of Rwanda, we believe, share a common perception that policies of the international community have not reflected principled support for the development of democratic and inclusive institutions, respect for the fundamental rights of citizens and accountability of public officials for gross violations of human rights.

I write this letter to share our views on the political situation in Rwanda and on the role that you can play in advancing freedom and promoting long term stability and peace in Rwanda and the Great Lakes region.

The status of governance in Rwanda

The people of Rwanda have for a very long time been exposed to repressive government, leading to recurrent violent conflict. This violence reached its peak with the genocide of 1994. I have no doubt that you are well aware of the deprivation and immense suffering that recurrent conflict has occasioned to millions of Rwandans. I also acknowledge that the Government of Rwanda has, with the assistance of the international community, made significant progress in restoring public order, re-establishing effective state institutions, and rebuilding the country’s economy during the period since 1994. Unfortunately, the reconstruction efforts that Rwanda has undertaken since the genocide are not rooted in democratic values, respect for human rights and broad inclusion. As stated in the Rwanda Briefing document that four former colleagues of Rwandan President Kagame ( including myself) published in August 2010, “there is more to Rwanda and Paul Kagame than new buildings, clean streets, and efficient government than President Kagame’s famous friends in high places in Europe and America care to admit.

Rwanda is essentially a hard-line, one-party, secretive police state with a façade of democracy …” The ruling party, the Rwandese Patriotic Front (RPF), has closed space for political participation. The RPF does not tolerate political opposition or open competition for power. President Kagame does not allow opposition parties to be registered, let alone operate freely. Media outlets that are critical of the government are either shut down by the government or forced to close operations as a result of attacks against their journalists.

The Government of Rwanda has now closed down all the independent media outlets the country once had. Civil society organizations independent of the government operate under draconian restrictions that make the exercise of their role as watchdogs over government impossible. The people of Rwanda have no liberty to discuss, nor decide, how they should be governed. The Rwanda Government is controlled by a small group of Tutsi military officers and civilians from behind the scenes.

The political system marginalizes the majority of the population from political participation.The Government of Rwanda relies on severe repression to stay in power. The RPF government relies on a wide range of laws, administrative practices and terror to restrict citizens’ enjoyment of political freedoms. Institutions of the state continue to subject real and imagined critics of the government to a wide range of human rights violations including arbitrary arrests and detentions and involuntary disappearances and extrajudicial killings.

The security services, all exclusively controlled by Tutsi military officers, that are responsible for keeping President Kagame in power enjoy absolute impunity for grave human rights abuses. Many members of opposition parties, civil society groups, independent media outlets and individuals suspected of being opponents of the regime have been hunted down, arrested, tortured, imprisoned or killed by agents of the state. Victims of state sponsored terror who have lost their lives over the recent past include Andre Kagwa Rwisereka (Vice-President of the Democratic Green Party of Rwanda), Jean Leonard Rugambagye (Deputy Editor of Umuvugizi Newspaper) and John Rutayisire.

The Rwanda Government has deployed a very large number of intelligence operatives in countries across Africa, Europe and North America to hunt down and kill opponents of the regime. Many members and leaders of opposition parties including ; Bernard Ntaganda, President of the Social Imberakuli Party; Victoire Ingabire President of the FDU-Inkingi Party ( recently sentenced to 15 years in jail; and, Deo Mushayindi of PPD Imanzi Party, remain in detention and so do some innocent relatives of opposition leaders. The Rwanda Government continues its relentless persecution of government critics. The most recent victims of this persecution include independents journalists and opposition leaders, all of whom have been sentenced to long prison terms, some after trials in absentia that did not meet international standards of fair trial.

The climate of repression that prevails in Rwanda has forced many government officials including two former Prime Ministers, two former Speakers of Parliament, and a host of former Ministers, former Judges, senior government officials, Military officers, journalists and Human rights activists to join hundreds of thousands of their compatriots in exile. As a result of the repression that security services helping President Kagame are responsible for, Rwanda is a country engulfed by fear.

Not since the days of Idi Amin have the security services of a state terrorized a nation to the extent to which Rwanda’s security services have visited fear and terror upon the country’s citizens. The climate of fear and terror that prevails in Rwanda does not permit Rwandan society to freely discuss the very grave problems facing the country and to find solutions to those problems.

President Paul Kagame’s leadership

The grave political crisis that Rwanda is facing is largely a result of President Kagame’s relentless pursuit of absolute power. Rwanda’s first post-genocide government included a range of other political groups that had campaigned for democratic reform during the early 1990s. Rwanda’s experience with broad-based multi-party government came to an end after only a year. Then Vice President Kagame drove the opposition leaders who were part of that government from office on account of their criticism of human rights abuses by members of the Rwandese Patriotic Army. From then on, President Kagame embarked on a mission to emasculate all party and state institutions and to craft a state controlled in every aspect by a single person who wields absolute and unaccountable power. Rwanda is not only a one party state; it is also a state governed by one man. President Paul Kagame exerts absolute control over both the ruling party (RPF) and the government.

All institutions of the state are controlled by the President. The country’s political system lacks checks and balances. The judiciary and the legislature do not have any independence. State institutions, especially law enforcement agencies, the judiciary and security services, serve to protect President Paul Kagame’s political monopoly instead of protecting the fundamental human rights of citizens and executing their constitutional mandates. President Kagame’s absolute control of the entire machinery of the state affords him protection from being held accountable for his many serious crimes, some of which have led to horrendous consequences for innocent civilians both inside and outside Rwanda.

President Kagame is one of Africa’s most ruthless dictators. He is a corrupt leader who lives a lavish lifestyle that is out of step with the abject poverty of the majority of the people of Rwanda. President Kagame has used his time in office to amass personal wealth of unprecedented proportions in the Eastern and Southern African region. The business conglomerate (Crystal Ventures formerly Tri-Star Investments, and the military-led Horizon Group) owned by his political party, which for all practical purposes is his personal property, has extensive corrupt business relations with the state. RPF business entities have priority when government is issuing licenses for the most lucrative sectors of the country’s resources. Business entities owned by the RPF and close family and friends of the President receive the bulk of the government’s procurement contracts. Domestic and foreign investors seeking business opportunities in Rwanda are often compelled to go into partnership with the RPF as a condition for being allowed to do business in Rwanda. The RPF finances its various businesses with preferential financial backing from state-owned banks, insurances companies, and the national social security fund. Because they benefit only a small group of people, the business activities of the RPF promote social inequality and undermine national stability. The involvement of the RPF compromises the integrity of very many of its members, including President Kagame, because of the conflict of interest that they are involved in day to day in making official decisions affecting the party’s business interests.

The RPF’s business arm already controls a big part of the country’s economy, about 80% by some credible estimates. One example that demonstrates the depravity of Kagame’s corruption is the case of luxury jets that President Kagame uses for his personal and official trips. The planes, Global Expresses made by Canadian Aircraft manufacturer Bombadier, cost more than US 60 million dollars each.

President Kagame also bears personal responsibility for some extremely serious violations of international humanitarian law and international human rights law, including war crimes and crimes against humanity, that have been committed against innocent civilians in both Rwanda and the Democratic Republic of Congo. President Kagame will not shrink from committing any crime in order to stay in power. He does not have respect for the sanctity of human life and that is why he is always prepared to resort to murder of political opponents ( and Heads of State ) to deal with peaceful challenges to his rule.

President Kagame bears responsibility for Rwanda’s failed transition to democracy and the political impasse that his attempts to cling to unaccountable power has given rise to. President Kagame’s manipulation and abuse of institutions of state to harass political opponents and stifle dissenting opinions continues to be condemned by virtually every reputable international human rights organisation, and many major media outlets and prominent scholars and journalists, including some who have previously been supportive of President Kagame.

Potential consequences of the policies of the Rwanda Government Rwanda, as demonstrated, still face many difficult challenges in its experience of nation building in the aftermath of violent conflict. It is generally acknowledged that Rwandan society remains deeply divided along ethnic lines. The country’s transition to democracy has been unsuccessful.

The human rights situation in the country remains a matter of grave concern. Citizens lack access to fundamental human rights. State security agencies commit grave human rights abuses with impunity. The country is peaceful, but many observers are of the view that recurrence of very violent conflict may be inevitable, at least in the medium to long term. President Kagame claims to have made progress in developing Rwanda, and argues that human rights, including rights relating to political participation, are not a priority for the development process. Nevertheless, concerns over the country’s progress in engendering reconciliation and creating a democratic system of government raise questions about the sustainability of Rwanda’s social and economic advances and the potential for renewed conflict.

The situation that prevails raises serious questions about the country’s future. Are the country’s development achievements sustainable? Can Rwanda continue to be peaceful while the government continues to be repressive and the majority of the people consider the government illegitimate? How do we balance individual freedoms and the requirement for a stable community? How should citizens respond when rulers mistake the state to be their personal estate and deprive their subjects of their inalienable rights?

We firmly believe that the violent conflicts that Rwanda has experienced over the past half century are rooted in issues revolving around governance.

The RPF government, we assert, has failed to effectively address the root causes of conflict in Rwandan society. As a result, Rwanda is in a situation of serious crisis. The only path to sustainable peace and development in Rwanda is a system of government that has popular legitimacy, includes all communities of Rwanda and is committed to the respect of fundamental human rights, especially the integrity of the person and the right to political participation. Economic development in post conflict societies that is not rooted in democratic values, respect for human rights, and broad inclusion is not sustainable.

We are convinced that violent conflict is virtually certain to return to Rwanda if the present government does not heed calls for dialogue and agree to a process of peaceful political reform leading to democracy. The results of the substantial development assistance that the international community has extended to Rwanda since the end of the genocide could be very swiftly undone in the event of such conflict, with grave implications for the whole Great Lakes region and international peace and security.

The role of the international community in supporting democratic change and building sustainable peace in Rwanda

President Kagame has exploited the failure of the West to stop or prevent the 1994 genocide to silence critics of his opposition to democratic change and the human rights practices of his security services. The tolerance that the international community has exhibited towards Paul Kagame’s excesses continues to fuel impunity and is an obstacle to lasting peace and sustainable development in Rwanda and the Democratic Republic of Congo. Western indifference to President Kagame’s human rights record and stand on popular political participation is incomprehensible to the majority of Rwandans, and it alienates them. Stability and development do not substitute for liberty and freedom.

In view of the grave consequences that a return to violent conflict in Rwanda would entail, the RNC and its partners hold the view that peace and security in Rwanda should be a matter of international concern.

The people of Rwanda count on Rwanda’s neighbors, and development partners, to support the promotion of respect for human rights and advancement of democracy. We believe, that Rwanda’s development partners, especially those who have close relations with the current government (the United States and the United Kingdom) have a unique role, if not responsibility, to advance the cause of peaceful change in Rwanda by engaging President Kagame on the need for progress in guaranteeing fundamental human rights and for national dialogue to resolve the country’s crisis.

The international community ought to support the seeking of democratic change, inclusive government and respect for human right in Rwanda on account of several reasons, including the following:

a) Empowering the people of Rwanda to realize the full range of their human rights: The people of Rwanda continue to be deprived of the opportunity to enjoy some of the most fundamental human rights, including rights relating to integrity of the person, freedom of expression and political participation. The Kagame regime relies on repression to maintain this status quo. The people of Rwanda are much entitled to be relieved of this tyranny as citizens of Tunisia, Egypt, Iraq, Afghanistan and Libya whom the international community is supporting to make the realization of their human rights a reality.

b) Promoting international peace and security: In the absence of democratic reforms, the policies of the present government of Rwanda are likely to lead to a return to violence in the country. A system of government that deprives citizens of fundamental human rights, especially the right to political participation and the integrity of the person, cannot last indefinitely. Change in Rwanda is inevitable; the issue is whether change will be negotiated and peaceful, or violent and imposed, again, by the victors of a bloody armed conflict. Political change is necessary to avert violent conflict that repressive government in Rwanda has made almost inevitable. A return to violent conflict in Rwanda would further destabilize the Great Lakes region of Central Africa.

c) Humanitarian considerations: Rwanda is on the precipice of a very serious political and humanitarian crisis. A return to violent conflict in Rwanda is likely to take an ethnic dimension. As was demonstrated after 1994, violent conflict in Rwanda has capacity to lead to massive loss of human life, as well as immense suffering for millions, both inside Rwanda and in other countries in the region. The international community needs to act today in order to prevent the suffering and horrendous loss of life that is likely to result from the outbreak of new violence in Rwanda.

What you can do to help all Rwandans

There are even more important reasons why we, as Christians, are invited to radical inclusion, in truth, that leads to freedom, peace and reconciliation. I have read with a lot of interest the vision and mission of The Fellowship that is inspired from the scriptures: “Once you were not a people, but now are God’s people; once you had not received mercy, but now you have received mercy. “- I Peter 2:10 For a society like ours that has witnessed past and ongoing trauma, with all communities becoming victims and perpetrators, the question of forgiveness and mercy cannot be overemphasized. As brothers and sisters who are otherwise united by one nation and one language, we have sinned against each other.

The alienation from God and from each other has consequently inflicted untold suffering on our society as a whole, and to our neighbors in the region. We can face the future with hope if we talk to each other truthfully and learn to forgive each other. In the words of our Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ: “If your brother sins against you, go and tell him his fault, between you and him alone. If he listens to you, you have gained your brother. But if he does not listen, take one or two others along with you, that every charge may be established by the evidence of two or three witnesses. If he refuses to listen to them, tell it to the church.” – Matthew 18:15-17.

Equally inspired by these words of wisdom from the One we serve, our organization is planning to organize an international conference on Rwanda this coming year, around March, 2014. The idea is to invite stakeholders in Rwandan society (Government, Church, Civil Society and Opposition organizations, including those that are armed, etc..) to talk candidly about the state of affairs in our beloved country and how we can build the future together. Understandably, this is a very difficult proposition, given the fact that such a culture of dialogue, give and take is evidently lacking in our society. Yet, we can only imagine the dangerous alternatives to the dialogue and peace. We have informed the United States Government, and the Governments of France, Belgium, Tanzania and South Africa about this idea. While they all note how difficult this will be, they appreciate how timely, important and urgent it is.

Could you help us in this important endeavor to get Rwandans talk to each other? As we look forward to the coming year, we are reminded of the prophetic words of the Prophet Isaiah, echoed many centuries later by our Lord and King, Jesus Christ: “The Spirit of the Lord GOD is upon me because the LORD has anointed me to bring good news to the afflicted; He has sent me to bind up the brokenhearted, to proclaim liberty to captives, and freedom to prisoners; to proclaim the favorable year of the LORD.” -Luke :18-19.

The hands of the millions of Rwandans who enter 2014 afflicted, brokenhearted, captive in fear, and prisoners beckon all of us to action. It is an invitation we cannot ignore.

I wish you and your family a Happy New Year.

In Christ, Colonel Patrick Karegeya

Co-founder and Member of the Executive Rwanda National Congress (RNC)

E-mail: Tel: Encl: Founding Declaration of the Rwanda National Congress

 

Grieving widow warns world of ‘brutal killer’ Paul Kagame

By Henry D Gombya

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Portia Karegeya felt something was wrong when her dad did not answer her calls.

The widow of Col Patrick Karegeya, the former Rwanda intelligence chief who was murdered in a Johannesburg hotel room on New Year ’s Eve in South Africa has warned the Western world that it is time they realised they are supporting a dictatorial regime in Rwanda led by a ‘brutal and calculating killer who delights in killing his opponents’.

In an exclusive interview with The London Evening Post early this morning, Leah Karegeya said: “People are dying one by one, they are scared and can’t talk and finally something worse may happen. It is time they realised who Kagame really is. He is a killer who delights in killing. He thinks the solution for any problem [in Rwanda] is to kill. The world needs to go down on its knees and pray for that country. He is a brutal killer. I don’t know what right word use to describe what kind of [extremely cruel] killer he is.”

Mrs Karegeya was commenting about the moment she and her daughter 24-year old daughter Portia started suspecting something terrible had happened to her husband. Speaking in a calm, collected and sombre voice, Leah Karegeya said she had last spoken to Col Patrick on New Year’s Eve to tell him where she was going. She said: “I last spoke to my husband in the morning of New Year’s Eve. I told him where I was going. He told me ‘when you arrive, give me a call and let me know you have arrived’.

She said soon after arriving at her destination, she sent him a text message to tell him she had arrived safely but her message was not returned. “That was afternoon here (in the United States where she lives). He didn’t return the message but I expected him to return it anytime. He is this type of person who would communicate all the time with you. I knew that by midnight he would call us to wish us Happy New Year.”

Karegeya’s widow went on to say they started getting worried when they failed to get any communication from him. Portia, who lives in Canada, called and told her she was getting scared that her Dad wasn’t acting normal. The daughter told her Mum that there was no way her Dad wouldn’t have called them by now. “My daughter said: ‘Mum! I fear something terrible may have happened to Dad’.

Mrs Karegeya explained what happened next. “For some reason it [the expected message from Col Patrick] didn’t appear. I kept checking my phone for any text messages until morning and there was none. Then when morning came I said ‘what has happened?’” She adds: “Then my daughter (the first of three children – the other two are a boy of 22 years and another boy of 18 years) called from Canada and said ‘Mummy this is strange. This is not like Daddy. I sent him messages and he has not replied. I called his number and it is on voice mail. And this is not like Daddy. There is no way he cannot communicate with us on New Year’s Day.’”

She then told her daughter that she was also perturbed as to why her Dad hadn’t replied to the text message she had sent him before midnight on New Year’s Eve. “Then I tried to ring his nephew, the one who is always near him and he also was not answering his phone. I then texted him and he was again not replying to the messages. Then I panicked. I texted Mrs Kayumba [Nyamwasa]. I asked whether Patrick was with them and told them we hadn’t heard from him and were wondering what is happening.”

As the family in the United States got more worried and became very panicky, they received a call from Patrick’s nephew. When Mrs Karegeya answered the call, the person at the other end simply kept quiet and put the phone down. Then the people in Johannesburg called again several times and each time they put the phone down and could not bring themselves to break the bad news that indeed something terrible had happened to the colonel. “When they rang I could recognise the voice but the moment I started talking they could not bring themselves to talk to me and tell me what had happened. They called a second time and the same thing happened. Then when they called the third time, I told them ‘talk to me. I fear Patrick is dead’.

This writer found it quite hard to stop tears flowing when Mrs Karegeya explained what happened next : “When I said that, she broke off then I heard her screaming and saying ‘Auntie please sit down’. I could not hold the phone anymore. I just put it down. We [had been] feeling funny throughout the morning. My daughter and I were exchanging messages and telling each other who we had been trying to call. Then I shouted over the phone asking her ‘what happened?’, ‘what happened?’  Then my daughter told me she thought they had poisoned him and that the [South African police] were around [in the hotel room].

Failing to have the courage to tell Mrs Karegeya that indeed her husband had been killed, the people in Johannesburg kept texting her messages of saying they were doing this and that. It was not until Gen Kayumba Nyamwasa, Col Patrick’s friend and fellow exile, finally gathered the courage to call Mrs Karegeya and break the sad news to her himself. Then all pandemonium broke loose. The rest is now history.

Asked how she was coping to fill the vacuum left by her husband’s assassination, Mrs Kayumba said: “Mr Gombya, I cannot explain that. I think I even haven’t felt it as much. So far I feel am like empty – my children are just…I don’t know. They should have at least shot him. But can you imagine strangling a person?”

Speaking about Apollo Kiririsi Gafaranga, the person named by Dr Theogene Rudasingwa last week as being the one who may have lured Col Karegeya to his death, Mrs Karegeya confirmed that she knew Apollo. “Yes I had seen him once. He used to come and stay with him. He was a friend. And at one point I remember when I was speaking with him (her husband) on Skype, he (Apollo) was with him and he said ‘I have a friend here who wants to say hello’. I just said hello to him.”

Karegeya’s widow believes that what may have undone her husband was his friendliness to almost everybody. “He had so many friends. I didn’t question him who he really was with but it looked like he was familiar with him and having been always security conscious, having him in the house must have meant he trusted him. “They (her husband’s killers) knew Patrick well. They knew how social he was and [in order to get to him] they had to use a friend. Mrs Karegeya said she believes the guy (Apollo) must have been planted on her husband for a very long time.

Mrs Karegeya described the incomprehensible feeling in the Karegeya family after the colonel’s body was refused to be returned to Uganda where he was born. Asked how she felt when she learned that Ugandan authorities had refused the body of her husband to be laid to rest in Uganda, she said: “For me, the world is just bad. It’s too harsh. When you look around, you think of people you knew, you think of friends you had and when you see how things turn out to be, you just shudder.” Asked whether she felt her family had been let down by Ugandan authorities at a time of great suffering, Leah Karegeya said: “He (Col Patrick) was born in Uganda. His family is in Uganda. Even though he moved to Rwanda for the love of serving his people, it does not remove the fact that Uganda is his home. That’s where his father is buried. That’s where his land is. That is where our home is. It’s just so hard.”

Meanwhile, Rwanda’s social media has named the alleged squad sent by the Rwandan government to assassinate President Kagame’s bitter critic. We are not in a position to verify the facts behind the names on the list but since they are now in the public domain, we are hereby reproducing them exercising our constitutional freedom of expression. Here is the alleged list:

Rwanda Exile Death Squad, South African Chapter.

Apollo Ismael Kiririsi; who is a perceived friend to Karegeya; Brig. Gen. Faustin Kaliisa – external inteligence under the president’s office; Col Francis Mutiganda – head of Rwanda’s external intelligence and former escort to Jack Nziza; Maj Matungo – an assassin from the presidential guard; Lt Col Francis Gakwerere -an external operative who is an alleged experienced assassin; Captain Tuyisenge – presidential guard and Paul Kagame’s personal body guard; Lt Col Charles Shema – external and Paul Kagame’s nephew.

Source: http://www.thelondoneveningpost.com

Captain Gakwerere arakekwa amababa mu rupfu rwa Karegeya.

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Captain Gakwere Francis akekwa kuba mu bagize Kagame death squad.

Amakuru atugezeho n’uko bamwe mu bakekwaho kuba baragize uruhare mu guhotora Col Patrick Karegeya, baba bafashwe. Muli abo harimo umucuruzi Vital Hitimana ubundi uzwi kwizina rya General akaba ari umucuruzi mu gihugu cya Mozambique i Maputo mu gace ka Zimpeto. Undi nawe wafashwe ni Damien Bongwa nawe ucururiza muri Maputo akaba akora n’akazi ka‘’demarcheur’’, ako ngo n’akazi ko gufasha abantu kubona amazu yo guturamo, kugura, ndetse no kubona ibyangombwa byogukolera mu gihugu cya Mozambique.

Undi wafashwe kandi wari wumvikanye cyane mu magambo waba akekwaho kuba yarahotoye nyakwigendera ni: Capt Gakwerere Francis wahoze akorera mu barinda Perezida Paul Kagame, bose bafashwe na Police izwi kw’izina rya ‘’Rapid Intervention’’ ibi ngo byakozwe k’ubufatanye bw’ibihugu byombi Afurika Yepfo na Mozambique. Abafashwe bose barafunze.

Twabibutsa ko Capt Gakwerere ubwo yahungaga akava Afurika Yepfo amaze gukorera ishyano Gen Kayumba Nyamwasa, nabwo yanyuze muri Mozambique, amakuru dukesha ibiro by’iperereza ry’ibihugu byombi n’uko ngo yari atwawe n’uwiyita General aliwe Vital Habimana, ubwo bali kumwe n’undi mu nyarwanda tutemerewe gutangaza izina muli aka kanya igihe ntacyo aregwa.

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Ismael Apollo Kiririsi we yahise asubira i Kigali n’ubwo aba mubonye ejo kuli UTC bavuga ko yali alinzwe n’abasilikare ngo yisobanura ko we abeshyerwa kuko ngo afite ticket ye yerekana ko yageze i Kigali kuli 29/12/2013 n’ubwo kuli 31/12/2013 yali muli Afurika yepfo, bishaka kuvuga ko yagiyeyo akoresheje impapuro z’impimbano.

Source: Inyenyeri news

 

Unusual genocide commemoration in January: The Kagame’s trench warfare to carry out terrorist acts and killings!

koooooIn reality, apart from Kagame and his RPF’s clique, everybody realizes that the strategy to name the genocide against Tutsi alone while shedding blood of other nationals is outdated. That is why many people are trying to get answers to these questions:

  1. What is the meaning of this abrupt genocide commemoration in the month of January?
  2. What are its real motives?
  3. What link(s) between this commemoration and the death of Colonel Patrick Karegeya that occurred on January 1st, 2014?

 1.                  Let us recall the following:

It has become customary to commemorate the genocide against Tutsi alone (no Hutu is commemorated) from the month of April! And given that this took place for almost twenty years, we had enough time to observe, analyze and fully understand what this unending mourning means.

Although the United Nations concluded that genocide acts took place in Rwanda, and created the international Criminal Tribunal Court in Arusha (Tanzania) to prosecute and try those responsible for genocide crimes, the UN never mentioned that the genocide was committed exclusively against the Tutsi alone, nor did it declare that genocide was committed exclusively by Hutu alone. After numerous contradictions, it is the government led by the RPF that decided to:

  • Discriminate the dead: declaring that only Tutsi should be mourned and commemorated because the genocide was committed against them alone; and that Hutu who were killed should neither be mourned nor commemorated, and have no right whatsoever to be buried in dignity owed to human beings.
  • Discriminate the killers: declaring that a killer emanating from Hutu tribe is the only deadly and thus, must be held responsible for his crimes, for his father’s and for his grandfather’s, and that even little children who have no connection with those killings shall spend their life on knees, asking forgiveness to Tutsi; while a killer from the Tutsi tribe must be treated as a national hero and be crowned. However, investigations carried by the united Nations and reports on massacres committed by the Kagame’s army in the Democratic Republic of the Congo(DRC) have revealed that these killings should be tried in competent courts as genocide crimes against the Hutu.

What is the RPF’S motive in so doing?

1)      The first intention is to cover up the role of RPF in slaughtering Rwandans be Hutu Tutsi or Twa from October 1st, 1990 until now.

2)      Let us remember the testimony of one of RPF’s members, Lt. Abdul Joshua Ruzibiza who repeatedly said that “whoever wants to understand how genocide was prepared and executed should not only look at the role of the then government, but should first look at RPF’s unimaginable killings because it is from RPF that INTERAHAMWE learnt how to torture and kill when the saw how RPF had treated Hutu from Byumba and Ruhengeri”.

It is noteworthy that: the main problem that hinders the true justice in Rwanda, is that the only killers who are held responsible for their crimes are from the Hutu tribe alone, while Tutsi who lead the RPF remain untouchable despite their eminent role in Rwanda’s tragedy. And worse again, the RPF turns the judge in the case it is supposed to be defendant. This contradicts the principle of natural justice that states that “No one shall be a judge in their own cause”  

Why did RPF spend all the 20 years as a judge in their own cause?

It was in the aim to protect the leaders of RPF so that they escape justice. In contrast, the RPF accuse Hutu of what is responsible of in order to create the Rwandan opinion (collective conscience) and more so in the youth’s mind, that Hutu is evil, a killer; while Tutsi is as innocent as a heavenly angel. This is the reason why during the commemoration, the RPF’s acolytes increase the zeal all over in the villages, beating, torturing, abusing and humiliating the Hutu; sending some in prisons  and killing others…In some regions of Rwanda numerous Hutu flee the country during the famous genocide commemoration  and go to Burundi, Tanzania or Uganda to return after. I was once in Gikongoro during that period and I was so shocked seeing how the people are terrorized. And that happens every year after year…Indeed, people can be accustomed of the evil as if it were the good.

Twenty years after, as if that is not enough, now they (RPF) have decided that the commemoration should start on January 7th! One can predict that very soon we will be told that the commemoration will start on January 1st to end on December 31st?!

2. What is the link between the commemoration in January 2014 and Karegeya’s death? 

This unusual commemoration of genocide against Tutsi alone is scheduled in January for a hidden reason. Paul Kagame should be blamed for something else, but can never do any mischief without cautioning the people. It should be recalled that in his speech at the end of year 2013, Kagame told his army that tough things are planned to take place in 2014, and as such, that they should be ready because the year will be very challenging. Before two days elapsed after the speech, Colonel Patrick Karegeya one of opponets of RPF regime was killed, strangled with  a rope and a towel, and so far investigations are indicating that Kagame’s death squad shall be answerable. But as we all know RPF, they commit crimes and they be the first to shiver fearing the consequences. They will definitely face consequences!

For example they know how trying to kill Kayumba Nyamwasa in South Africa created diplomatic tensions between  the two countries and they know how South Africa used to assist Rwanda in many ways. Let’s not forget that South Africa collaborated with Tanzania to send troops to form the UN intervention brigade in DRC and that these two countries are the ones that sabotaged Kagame’s expansionism dream when they destroyed the rebel movement self named M23, a movement of criminals created by Paul Kagame to serve his operations of unimaginable killings and plundering the Congo’s naturals resources.

It is understood that South Africa shall not keep quiet after the investigations will have revealed that killers came from Kigali to destabilise its territory and to kill Patrick Karegeya who was granted  a political refugee status. Kagame and his acolytes know well that this could have dangerous impacts but most of times they think when it is too late.It is ignomnious.

The January’s commemoration as a trench

In order to take cover from the consequences of their terrorist action they have just done in South Africa as well as other terrible actions on agenda during this year of 2014, Kagame and his clique have tactically withdrawn into the trench of unusual commemoration of the genocide against Tutsi alone. Just as the Rwandan old saying goes that “you always keep in suspense the hand with which you killed the partridge”

The main intention is: 

  1. Kagame and his clique will hide behind tears, attract empathy, cry to death showing the world that they do not know how to kill, that only Hutu can kill, that Tutsi are always victims alone because they are the only ones who succumbed during the 1994 genocide; as such they hope that the world will have pity on them and stop charging them for Karegeya’s death while they are mourning theirs.

They have planned that if South Africa shows carelessness and goes ahead to charge them for Karegeya’s death, they will make a case that South Africa is trivializing the genocide against Tutsi of 1994.

  1. Kagame is intending to distract the high ranks in his army so that they do not get time to think about the death of their colleague; while some of them are at the eve of their decapitation as well. In fact, if Kagame does not finish all of them, they could take a time to organize and see what they can do to avoid experiencing Karegeya’s fate.
  2. The intention is to distract Rwandans so that they do not get time to follow up news to know that RPF regime keeps operating like a terrorist movement that kills  Rwandans in their country and follow them up to murder them no matter where they take refuge.

Conclusion:

Kagame has declared that this year of 2014 will be very tough and any time he gives such a message to his army, it is an indication that they should be ready for other wars. It is being rumored that during these months of unusual genocide commemoration, Kagame has planned to kill so many people who oppose his dictatorship, amongst them are cited President Mrisho Kikwete of Tanzania, President Joseph Kabila of DRC and President Peter Nkurunziza of Burundi.

Therefore, no more explanation can be attributed to this unusual genocide commemoration than a trench warfare chosen by Kagame in order to execute terrorism acts and killings.

Opponents of Kagame should be warned, this year of 2014 will not be an easy one, but they should remain determined and resolved and put more energy into joining efforts so that the RPF’s true nature be exposed as it is: A terrorist group that deserves to be listed as such, to be fought by the world, to be dissolved so that Rwandans and their neighbors can breathe.

 Happy new year to all of you who want positive changes

 Father Thomas Nahimana

FDLR se nayo yaba igiye kujya mu mugambi wa revolution itamena amaraso?

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Izi ni zimwe mu ntwaro FDLR yiteguye gutwika ikagana inzira y’amahoro.Ikibazo ni ukumenya niba FPR yumva ururimi rw’amahoro!

 

Nk’uko twabibagejejeho  mu nkuru yacu yo kuwa 3 Mutarama uyu mwaka, umutwe wa FDLR wiyemeje gushyira intwaro hasi ukayoboka ibiganiro by’amahoro.

Dore uko itangazo bashyize ahagaragara ribivuga:

Twebwe Abagize urugaga ruharanira Demokarasi no kubohoza u Rwanda (FDLR),

  • Bimaze kugaragara ko FDLR ari umutwe wa gisirikare kandi wa politiki ugamije kurwanya (akarengane) no kwibohoza washinzwe ku itariki ya 01 Gicurasi umwaka wa 2000,
  • Tukaba duhora duharanira gutanga umusanzu mu gushakisha amahoro mu karere no gukemura amakimbirane binyujijwe mu nzira y’amahoro,
  • Tukaba twemera ko uburyo nyabwo bwo gukemura ibibazo burundu mu nzira y’amahoro ari uguhangana n’impamvu zateye ibyo bibazo aho kwibanda ku ngaruka n’inkurikizi zabyo,
  • Tumaze gufata icyemezo cyo kwereka isi yose ko uyu mutwe ari inkunzi z’amahoro,
  • Ndetse tukaba dutanze Imana ho umugabo imbere y’Abanyarwanda n’amateka,

Dutangaje ku mugaragaro :

  1. FDLR ntishaka intambara kwaba ukurwana na Repubulika iharanira Demokarasi ya Congo, haba kurwana n’ingabo z’umuryango w’abibumbye, cyangwa se kurwana n’u Rwanda.
  2. FDLR ntiyigeze ihagarika guharanira kujya mu mugambi w’amahoro ahubwo yahuye n’igikuta cy’abatayumva n’abayikeka uko itari. Ingero zifatika zirahari :
  • Kwemera kujya mu kigo kw’abarwanyi barenga 2500 mu kigo cya Kamina mu mwaka wa 2001 no gutwika intwaro zirenga 1000 I Kinshasa mu mwaka wa 2002
  • Gusaba ku buryo buhoraho ko habaho ibiganiro bihuza Abanyarwanda bivugisha ukuri kandi bidaheza,
  • Itangazo rya Roma ryo ku wa 31 Werurwe 2005 n’ingamba zijyana naryo zo kuwa 02 Mata 2005.

3.Hiyongereyeho ubushake bugaragara bw’umuryango mpuzamahanga bwo kugarura amahoro mu karere, FDLR yizera ko uyu muryango uzatega amatwi.

4.Muri urwo rwego, FDLR yiyemeje gushyira intwaro hasi igatangira kurwana urugamba rwa politiki. Niyo mpamvu FDLR dusaba umuryango w’abibumbye l’ONU, umuryango w’ubumwe bw’ibihugu by’Uburayi, umuryango w’ubumwe bw’ibihugu by’ubumwe bw’Africa, umuryango wa SADEC na CIRGL ndetse n’abayobozi b’ibihugu by’Africa kudufasha no kudutera inkunga mu ishyirwa mu bikorwa ry’uyu mugambi w’amahoro twiyemeje.

5.FDLR ibabazwa ariko na none n’icyemezo cyafashwe cy’ihagarikwa ry’ubuhunzi ku mpunzi z’Abanyarwanda ngo kubera ko impamvu z’ubuhunzi zarangiye. FDLR yishimiye ubushishozi n’ umutima wa kimuntu w’ibihugu bitihutiye gushyira mu bikorwa icyo cyemezo kandi igasaba ibindi bihugu kurebera aho. FDLR kandi irasaba igihugu cya Repubulika iharanira Demokarasi ya Congo, HCR n’imiryano itegamiye kuri Leta gufasha no kurinda impunzi zatereranywe.

6.FDLR ishimiye cyane igihugu cya Repubulika iharanira Demokarasi ya Congo n’abaturage bacyo kubera ko bakiriye impunzi kuva mu mwaka wa 1994 kugeza uyu munsi.

Mu gusoza, FDLR ishimiye abantu bose ba hafi n’aba kure batanze umusanzu mu gutegura uyu mubonano wabereye i Walikare kandi ibifurije umwaka mushya muhire wa 2014.

Imana ibahe umugisha.

Bikorewe i Walikare, kuwa 30 Ukuboza umwaka wa 2013.

Byiringiro Victor

Général Major akaba na Perezida w’agateganyo wa FDLR

  Telephone: +24 381 145 2213

Le Rwanda et l’Ouganda accusés de soutien au M23 par un nouveau rapport de l’ONU

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Des rebelles du M23 à Karuba, à l’ouest de Goma, le 28 novembre 2012.

RFI s’est procurée une copie de la version définitive du rapport annuel du groupe d’experts des Nations unies qui enquête sur la situation à l’est de la RDC. Ce document, qui date du 12 décembre dernier, doit être présenté officiellement dans les semaines qui viennent. Comme les précédents rapports, il pointe notamment l’existence d’un soutien du Rwanda et de l’Ouganda aux rebelles du M23.

Les experts des Nations unies évoquent un soutien « constant » du Rwanda aux rebelles du M23, renforcé en période de combats. Ils parlent d’aide au recrutement, de fourniture d’armes et même, ponctuellement, d’une participation directe de l’armée rwandaise aux côtés des rebelles du M23.

C’est ainsi qu’en août dernier, des soldats de Kagame « ont traversé la frontière » pendant de courtes périodes, écrivent les experts. « Des chars rwandais ont [même] tiré en RDC pour appuyer le M23 », en octobre dernier, selon ce document. On y lit également que les recrutements au Rwanda n’ont pas cessé depuis la défaite du M23, d’après des témoignages jugés « crédibles ».

Ce n’est pas la première fois que les experts de l’ONU accusent le Rwanda voisin d’appuyer la rébellion du M23. Le gouvernement de Kigali a toujours démenti.

Les FARDC pas épargnées

L’armée congolaise n’est pas épargnée : les experts ont notamment mis en évidence « des cas de collaboration » au niveau local entre les Forces démocratiques de libération du Rwanda, les FDLR et l’armée congolaise. Ils n’ont en revanche pas pu établir que des membres de ce groupe armé aient directement servi dans l’armée régulière. L’Ouganda est également pointé du doigt. Les experts l’accusent entre autres d’avoir laissé circuler librement sur son territoire des leaders recherchés du M23.

Si la défaite du mouvement rebelle a convaincu plusieurs groupes armés de se rendre ou de négocier leur réintégration dans l’armée congolaise, les experts insistent sur la menace grandissante que représentent les ADF-Nalu pour l’est du Congo. Les rebelles ougandais se sont renforcés en 2013 et ont adopté des méthodes plus « agressives ».

Ce nouveau rapport de l’ONU fait par ailleurs état de « graves violations du droit humanitaire international », notamment l’enrôlement et l’utilisation d’enfants soldats, ou des attaques ciblées contre la population civile. Si les groupes armés ont commis nombre de ces crimes, les FARDC ont été identifiées par les experts des Nations unies comme « partie prenante » de nombreuses violations.

Source: RFI