Sunday, August 31, 2014

Second Genocide in Rwanda? Slow, Silent, and Systematic? What is happening in Rwanda? And, is the UN turning away?









[Since 1994, the world witnesses the horrifying Tutsi minority (14%) ethnic domination, the Tutsi minority ethnic rule with an iron hand, tyranny and corruption in Rwanda. The current government has been characterized by the total impunity of RPF criminals, the Tutsi economic monopoly, the Tutsi militaristic domination, and the brutal suppression of the rights of the majority of the Rwandan people (85% are Hutus)and mass arrests of Hutus by the RPF criminal organization =>AS International]



The discovery is not only gruesome but also ominous because both East African nations suffer from extremely volatile Hutu-Tutsi ethnic rivalries rooted in centuries of Hutu oppression by a feudal Tutsi aristocracy, which became a colonial elite in the 18th and 19th centuries.
Attempts to institute European democracy, between 1959 and 1961 in Rwanda, and in 1993 in Burundi, turned the existing social order upside down, giving electoral advantage to the Hutu majorities, which the Tutsi minorities refused to accept. War, genocide and massacres ensued and both nations, neither of which is yet 100 years old, are commonly described as tinderboxes awaiting a match.
Rwanda’s President Paul Kagame is a Tutsi, Burundi’s President Pierre Nkurunziza a Hutu. Despite past alliances of convenience, they are now antagonists. In 1993, Burundi’s Tutsi military elite assassinated that country’s first democratically elected president, Hutu Melchior Ndadaye, triggering genocidal massacres of both ethnicities in Burundi and escalating fears of the same – which did indeed follow – in Rwanda.

In 1994, near the end of a four year war of aggression, Kagame ordered the assassination of both Rwanda and Burundi’s Hutu presidents by shooting their plane out of the sky on April 6, 1994, and then launched a carefully planned, U.S. backed military offensive to seize power and restore Tutsi rule in Rwanda, even as the country sank into chaos and genocidal massacres of both ethnicities.
Any conclusion that the bodies floating in the lake are victims of state execution, genocidal execution or both could be incendiary within the two countries and/or between them. That incendiary potential has been manipulated by both foreign and domestic elites, who are no doubt following this story closely, and most likely attempting to control its outcomes.
These bound and bagged bodies certainly have the look of state execution, genocidal or not, and the simple conclusion that they were state executions has incendiary potential in itself. Rwandan President Paul Kagame arrested three of his own top military officers last week, as resistance continued to rise within his own Tutsi elite.
Rwandan or Burundian bodies?
Burundian official Jean Berchmans Mpabansi told the BBC that, ‘‘The victims are not Burundian citizens because the bodies are coming from Akagera River flowing from Rwanda.”
The Voice of Burundi reported, translated here from the French: “In recent days corpses wrapped in plastic bags are found floating on Lake Rweru on the border between Burundi and Rwanda in Muyinga Province.
“More than 40 bodies floating in the Rweru Lake town of Giteranyi have been seen and counted since the month of July by the fishermen, as confirmed by the local administration and police. This week, these fishermen, accompanied by a unit of the Navy, saw two bodies on the mouth of the Akagera.”
Rwandan Police said that no one has been reported missing in Rwanda, and Burundian Police said the same about Burundi. Both claims are unlikely because the national police of any country of 10 or 11 million people is sure to have a list of missing persons at any given time.
It’s particularly unlikely in the case of Rwanda, because on May 16, Human Rights Watch reported that “an increasing number of Rwandans have been forcibly disappeared or reported missing” and that some were known to have been forcibly disappeared by Rwanda’s army, the Rwandan Defense Force. HRW detailed 14 cases of missing persons.
In mid-July HRW spoke to the anniversary of the murder of Gustave Makonene, coordinator of Transparency International Rwanda’s Advocacy and Legal Advice Center in Rubavu, Rwanda:
“The details of Gustave Makonene’s death are gruesome. His body was found outside the lakeside town of Rubavu, in northwestern Rwanda, on July 18, 2013. The police medical report indicated he was strangled. Local residents who saw his body gave Human Rights Watch more graphic detail. They believed his body may have been thrown from a car on a road above the lake and ended up twisted around a large tree, which had blocked its fall into the water.“
There have been neither investigations nor charges. Another HRW essayist asked, “Why is the whole world still silent on the murder of Rwandan activist Makonene?” On August 1 Transparency International issued a press release saying that the staff of all five of their Rwandan offices are in danger.
President Paul Kagame’s plausibility problem
Rwandan President Paul Kagame has never been noted for plausible or consistent explanation. After 18 years of Rwandan invasion, occupation, assassination and resource plunder in the Democratic Republic of the Congo, all copiously documented, he continues to tell Western television audiences that he cannot be held responsible for the problems of Congo, that Congo’s problems began with colonialism long before his birth.
And, of course, he continues to say that his destiny is to save and forever protect the Rwandan people from genocide, because, as he tells the story over and over, the world abandoned Rwanda in 1994. It’s a matter of record that Kagame himself threatened to fire on U.N. troops if they attempted to intervene in Rwanda in 1994, but that’s never been of concern to corporate broadcast anchors. Neither has Kagame’s U.S-backed invasion of Rwanda, commanding a detachment of the Ugandan army in October 1990. Nor has the four year war that those Ugandan troops waged in Rwanda between October 1990 and July 1994. Nor has the active intervention of the Clinton Administration to prevent the UN from intervening in Rwanda in 1994.
The story of four years of war and mass killing in Rwanda has instead been shortened and simplified into a 100-day morality play about genocide ending with “Never again!”  And, Kagame has been allowed to trump all evidence and reason by playing the genocide card for so long that he feels in no way compelled to offer a plausible or consistent explanation of anything.
Nearly 50,000 people reported missing in Rwanda this year

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Although Rwandan officials denied, on August 26th, that anyone is missing, the government has, on other days, acknowledged that nearly 50,000 people have disappeared this year. The government says they’re missing, but dissident Rwandan refugees and exiles say they’re dead – and that they are Hutu victims of Kagame’s slow, silent, systematic Hutu genocide – genocide by exclusion, poverty, starvation, sterilization and execution.
Rwandans whom the government acknowledges are missing include 16,000 Hutu villagers from the country’s northwestern Ngororero District. Rwandan Interior Minister James Musoni acknowledged, in the country’s Kinyarwanda language, that these villagers are missing but said that the government has no idea where they’ve gone and fears they may have crossed Rwanda’s border with DR Congo to join the Democratic Forces for the Liberation of Rwanda (FDLR).
Rwandan refugee Ambrose Nzeyimana translated the English into Kinyarwanda and posted “Kigali acknowledges the disappearance of 16,000 of its citizens” to his British-based blog, The Rising Continent. Rwandans in exile write that these people have been massacred by the Kagame regimeas part of its program to slowly, quietly, and systematically eliminate the Hutu population. Their belief is based on their own experience, their contact with extended family in Rwanda, and their attention to the Kinyarwanda press.
Rwandan prison authorities acknowledge that 30,000 Hutu prisoners sentenced to “community service” (hard labor) have also disappeared, Rwandan exiles, again, write that they’ve been executed by Kagame’s genocidal government.
It’s difficult to imagine how a government with one of the best trained, best equipped African military and security forces, including local forces everywhere, in one of the most tightly controlled, dictatorial regimes in the world, could lose track of 30,000 state prisoners. However, the government, again, and the Ibuka Tutsi survivors’ group, claim to fear that these people may have escaped across the border to join the FDLR in DR Congo, where they now constitute a threat to genocide survivors.
As with so much in Rwanda, including the history of the 1990-1994 war and genocide, there is a Tutsi version of the truth and a Hutu version, but the Tutsi version is legally enforced and championed worldwide by rich and powerful people, including Bill Clinton, Tony Blair, Rev. Rick Warren and Howard Buffett. Despite wholesale de facto discimination against Hutu people, they join Kagame in proclaiming that truth and reconciliation have been achieved in Rwanda, and ethnicity is no longer important.
Prisoners incinerated?
More Rwandan Hutu prisoners may have perished in a fire on June 5, 2014, in Rwanda’s largest prison, Muhanga Central Prison in Gitarama, and then in a second prison fire at Nyakiriba Prison in Rubavu (Gisenyi) on July 7.
Rwandan exiles write that prisoners in both Muhanga Central Prison and Nyakiriba Prison were intentionally incinerated in their cells, once again as part of a slow, silent, systematic Hutu genocide.
Is it likely that two, geographically distant Rwandan prisons would be destroyed or badly damaged by fire in barely more than one month? All we know is what Rwandan authorities say, and all they say is that there were two prison fires but no prisoners died.
Muhanga Prison, formerly known as Gitarama Central Prison, was known to be one of the most hellish prisons on earth. In 1995, a London Independent headline about it read, “Hutus held in ‘worst prison in world’: 7,000 suspects of Rwanda massacre are kept in jail built for 400.
On June 6, the International Red Cross reported that “the accommodations” of 3,500 prisoners went up in flames in Gitarama but that the Rwandan government said no prisoners were in their cells at the time.
Hard evidence?
There will be no hard evidence of the truth behind any of these missing persons reports, except perhaps those few filed by Human Rights Watch, unless the U.N. Security Council deems the situation in Rwanda so dangerous to international security and stability that an independent U.N. investigative team must be allowed in, as when U.N. investigator Hans Blix’s team was allowed into Iraq before the 2003 U.S./U.K. invasion.
Of course, the U.S. and U.K. ignored Blix’s conclusion that there were no weapons of mass destruction in Iraq, as the U.S. and allied states will ignore any evidence counter to the security interests now defined by their executive corporate, military and foreign policy elites, not by popular democracy.
However, that’s no reason not to call for investigation. It’s better that Hans Blix’s team was allowed into Iraq than not, for the sake of history and global consciousness, and we can continue to work for just outcomes. Independent U.N. investigations should be undertaken, post haste, into each instance of individual and mass disappearances in Rwanda, and into why bound, bagged bodies were found floating in Lake Rweru between the shores of Rwanda and Burundi.
Why has the U.S. renewed support for Kagame’s Rwanda?
Why did the U.S. renew its political and military support of Rwandan President Paul Kagame’s dictatorship at the U.S.-Africa Summit? Why is the U.S. threatening the Hutu refugees organized as the FDLR with military action if they refuse to disarm and surrender unconditionally?
The FDLR may be armed in self-defense, but Special Envoy to the Great Lakes Region Russ Feingold has acknowledged that they pose no credible threat to Rwanda. The majority of Rwandan Hutu refugees in eastern Congo are simply that – refugees – who dare not return to Rwanda for fear of having their names added to these long lists of missing persons that the Rwandan government says it’s unable to explain.
Rwandan opposition leaders, Hutu and Tutsi alike, and Tanzanian President Jakaya Kikwete have all called upon the Rwandan government to negotiate with the FDLR for safe repatriation to a Rwanda in which they will not be a de facto Hutu underclass threatened with elimination. ,
On January 4th, former Rwandan General Kayumba Nyamwasa told KPFA: “I understand the guiltiness that maybe some could be feeling about their failure to stop the genocide. But you don’t support somebody who’s in the process of creating another genocide. And I think they should be able to examine their consciences, look at what is happening in Rwanda, and see exactly what is taking place.”
Many Rwandan Hutus, refugees and exiles believe that if the regime now headed by Paul Kagame remains in power for another 50 years, there will be no Hutu people left in Rwanda.
Oakland writer Ann Garrison writes for the San Francisco Bay ViewCounterpunchGlobal ResearchColored OpinionsBlack Agenda Report, and Black Star News, and produces radio news and features for Pacifica’s WBAI-NYCKPFA-Berkeley and her own YouTube Channel. She can be reached at anniegarrison@gmail.com. If you want to see Ann Garrison’s independent reporting continue, please contribute on her website, anngarrison.com.

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Saturday, August 30, 2014

ATROCITIES IN RWANDA, 2014


  1. Kagame link to rival’s shooting - The Times
  2. Increasing arrests and disappearances rattle Rwandans
  3. Rwanda, Burundi disown Lake Rweru floating bodies

  4. Bound, bagged bodies found floating in Burundi lake

    2014-08-26 16:06

  1. KIGALI: DR PIERRE DAMIEN HABUMUREMYI NAWE NGO YATAWE MURI YOMBI.



Burundi has set up an investigation after a number of dead bodies wrapped in plastic were found floating in a lake on its border with Rwanda.
Fishermen say there are reports of dozens of unidentified bodies being spotted in recent weeks in Lake Rweru.
It is not clear how they died. The regional authorities say their investigations indicate the victims were not from Burundi.
But Rwanda police say no-one has been reported missing on the Rwandan side.
''The victims are not Burundian citizens because the bodies are coming from Akagera River flowing from Rwanda,'' Burundian official, Jean Berchmans Mpabansi, told the BBC.
The latest bodies - five wrapped within two plastic bags - were discovered on Sunday and Monday.
Two other bodies were found last Tuesday.
Villagers in Giteranyi district, which borders the lake, say the bodies first began appearing in July - with some saying up to 40 have been spotted.
The BBC's Prime Ndikumagenge in Burundi says most of the bodies have been wrapped in plastic, but one fisherman said that not all of them have been - giving the example of a naked woman who was found.

The bodies are often discovered in an advanced stage of decomposition, prompting health fears as villagers in the semi-arid province of Muyingai depend on the lake for their water, he says.

ATROCITIES IN RWANDA, 2014




The Kagame regime began this year by assassinating Patrick Karegeya in South Africa. It moved on to “disappearing” citizens all over the nation, and then there were strange fires that burned down prisons. Now there are arrests of leading regime generals and other figures as the totalitarian regime eats its own, and there are also bodies turning up on a lake in Burundi. This story, translated from French, says:
In recent days corpses wrapped in plastic bags are found floating on the lake Rweru on the border between Burundi and Rwanda in the province Muyinga.
More than 40 bodies floating in the lake town Rweru Giteranyi were seen and counted from the month of July by the fishermen, as confirmed by the local administration and police. This week, these fishermen accompanied by a unit of the Navy, saw two bodies on the mouth of the Kagera. It was a woman without clothes and a man wrapped in a bag. One of the dead was identified by Rwandan fishermen, they immediately rushed to repatriate the dead body.
The report goes on to says that Burundi had not reported any disappeared, and that Burundians:
…indicate that such carcasses are thrown into the river Akagara the Rwandan side, that comes pouring into the lake Rweru: “In the neighborhood, we deplore any loss, unless they are brought from other regions and thrown in the lake, “they say.
The lake in question borders Rwanda and Burundi, as you can see from this map:
Lake Rugwero
Lake Rugwero with Rwanda on the North
The case made headlines Burundian newspapers for two days: the fishermen said they saw dozens of bodies floating on the Rweru Lake in northeastern Burundi, on the border with Rwanda. They are bodies of men, women and youth, some tied up.

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Fishermen Lake Rweru say they would have seen since early July between six and forty bodies floating in the waters of the lake, located in the northeastern Burundi. Several private radio stations in Bujumbura, the alarm was given it a week ago.
Contacted by RFI yesterday, Sunday, the representative of the fishermen of the town Giteranyi shoreline of the lake, said he went near the mouth of the Kagera River with soldiers from the Burundian Navy. They then discovered there two bodies, one still wrapped in a big burlap bag. ” We unfortunately could not bring them back to the mainland because the bodies were in an advanced state of decomposition , “said the representative of the fishermen. They then drifted the body along with the current like other fishermen did with the body they discovered earlier.… Fishermen are, claim that these bodies would be carried by the Kagera River which originates in neighboring Rwanda. Prudente, the Burundian government would not confirm or deny.
There have been widespread disappearances, such as this:
Rwandan opposition politician Damascene Munyeshyaka, who went missing on June 27, is just one in a growing list of people who have not been heard of over the past few months and who rights activists believe have been forcibly disappeared. 
 Munyeshyaka, the organisational secretary of the Democratic Green Party, was at a meeting in the eastern district of Bugesera, when he received a phone call.The caller said he had an urgent message to deliver, according to the party. Munyeshyaka didn’t know the caller but left to meet him. He has not been seen since.
And there are mass arrests of high ranking regime members, in moves reminiscent of purges after the French Revolution. See hereherehere, and here.Finally, look at this appalling picture from inside a Rwandan prison:

Gitarama Prison
Prisoners tortured in Rwandan prisons.
This article, whose truth I cannot verify,1 says:
To understand how furious and systematic Hutus extermination is, Tutsis RPF regime has nowadays chosen a plan to blaze prisons and more than thirty thousand (30,000) Hutus perished in this process of prisons blaze where they were abducting prisoners to massacre in name of transfers to other prisons so that other fellow prisoners cannot question what happening and try to claim. The recent prisons set on fire are two prisons of Muhanga central prison in Gitarama and Nyakiriba prison in Rubavu (Gisenyi) respectively on 5 June 2014 and 7 July 2014, i e within one month. This happened following 1 or 2 months more than sixteen thousand (16,000) Hutus massacred in Northern West province in Nyabihu district and the RPF regime said they don’t know their whereabouts, and simply said that they disappeared.
The above picture is Muhanga prison in Gitarama set on fire on 5 June 2014 and this happen alongside the slow systematic massacres of these Hutus prisoners where they are daily beaten, killed abducted, starved and poisoned. More than 80% of Hutus who terminated their sentence when they come out for normal life, consequently they cannot pass 1 or 2 years alive, they die.
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Conditions in the open-air prison that is Rwanda are horrible,  and yet we continue to only see the sanitized, mission-trip version of reality in PEAR USA publications. Speaking of another appalling situation, that of Christians in Iraq, PEAR Bishop Breedlove says:
The silence of the US and Canadian media and government is unconscionable, and we need to call them to account and ask for a change of behavior. “Never Silent” is part of our story. We need to bring that legacy to this critical issue happening right now. We must never be silent while Christians are slaughtered for nothing more than being Christians.
He is right for once, and yet the hypocrisy is more than a little thick given the outrages in Rwanda that have been happening for two decades now, with the increasing complicity of Westerners, who choose to see no evil and hear no evil.

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Wednesday, August 20, 2014

« L’ANALYSE DE MR. MARTIN KOBLER SUR LA SITUATION AU RWANDA EST GROSSIÈREMENT ERONNÉE », LES ORGANISATIONS POLITIQUES DE L’OPPOSITION RWANDAISE.




[Since 1994, the world witnesses the horrifying Tutsi minority (14%) ethnic domination, the Tutsi minority ethnic rule with an iron hand, tyranny and corruption in Rwanda. The current government has been characterized by the total impunity of RPF criminals, the Tutsi economic monopoly, the Tutsi militaristic domination, and the brutal suppression of the rights of the majority of the Rwandan people (85% are Hutus)and mass arrests of Hutus by the RPF criminal organization =>AS International]





20 août 2014
Martin Kobler
Les organisations politiques de l’opposition rwandaise :FDU-Inkingi, Rwanda National Congress (RNC), Parti Social Imberakuri, PDR Ihumure, PDP Imanzi et  Amahoro People Congres signataires du présent communiqué s’étonnent qu’un haut responsable de l’ONU disposant de tout un réseau de renseignements fasse de telles déclarations comme si les réfugiés rwandais restaient en exil de leur plein gré.
Dans une interview diffusée le 17/08/2014 sur la chaine RFI, Monsieur Martin Kobler, chef politique de la Monusco appelle les réfugiés rwandais en RDC à rentrer « vivre paisiblement au Rwanda ». Il est revenu sur la question des FDLR, insistant sur le fait que l’option militaire serait toujours sur la table.
Les réfugiés rwandais en RDC dont parle Monsieur Martin  Kobler sont des rescapés des massacres perpétrés par l’armée rwandaise depuis les années 1996-1997, jusqu’à ce jour. Ces massacres sont documentés de façon très minutieuse dans le fameux Mapping Report approuvé dans son intégralité par l’ONU.  Ce rapport fait état de « violations les plus graves des droits de l’homme et du droit international humanitaire, pouvant être qualifiées de génocide par un tribunal compétent ».
Les  recommandations de ce rapport n’ont jamais été mis en application et l’armée qui a perpétré ces massacres est toujours la même au Rwanda. Monsieur Martin Kobler comprendra que les réfugiés ne sont pas dupes pour se jeter dans les bras de cette armée.
Monsieur Kobler semble aussi ignorer les nombreux autres rapports encore plus récents sur la situation des violations des droits de l’homme au Rwanda qui ne peuvent que freiner tout rapatriement volontaire. Nous citerons à titre d’exemple :
1.      Le rapport du département d’Etat américain sur les arrestations arbitraires et disparitions sous le couvert de la lutte contre les infiltrations des rebelles des FDLR,
2.      La déclaration du gouvernement britannique sur le même sujet,
3.      Le rapport de l’organisation Human Rights Watch sur la répression transfrontalière du 28.01.2014.
La situation des droits civiques et politiques, dont le résultat est la décapitation de l’opposition démocratique (tous les chefs des partis sans exception sont sous le coup d’inculpation et/ou ont été condamnés à de lourdes peines de prison pour avoir exercé leurs droits à la liberté d’expression). La presse indépendante et les organisations des droits humains ne sont pas épargnées. Ceci transparaît encore une fois et de la manière la plus nette, dans le dernier rapport du Rapporteur Spécial de l’ONU sur la liberté de rassemblement et d’association, Rapport Maina Kiai  du 10 juin 2014.
Dans une résolution datée du 22 juillet 2014  l’Union Européenne elle-même reconnaît la précarité  de la situation au Rwanda.  Les services de Monsieur Kobler ont sûrement eu accès à tous ces rapports.
Les organisations politiques signataires tiennent à rappeler également à Monsieur Martin Kobler que les services de sécurité du régime de Kigali vont jusqu’à aller assassiner les réfugiés dans leurs pays d’asile. L’ancien Ministre de l’intérieur du gouvernement  FPR Seth Sendashonga, et son chauffeur ont été assassinés à Nairobi en plein jour.  L’assassinat du colonel Patrick Karegeya, ainsi que les multiples tentatives d’assassinat contre le général Kayumba Nyamwasa, les meurtres de réfugiés en Ouganda, au Mozambique et en République Centrafricaine ne sont que quelques exemples.
Le régime ne s’est pas gêné de se féliciter pour ces meurtres. Human Right Watch a compilé la majorité de ces faits et plusieurs autres dans un rapport intitulé « Une répression transfrontalière : attentats et menaces contre les opposants et détracteurs du gouvernement rwandais se trouvant à l’étranger ».
Il importe d’ajouter à cela les nombreuses déclarations de guerre du président Paul Kagame contre l’opposition, qui font froid au dos. Nous citerons celle du 5 juin 2014 à Nyabihu dans laquelle le président a publiquement  menacé de tirer à vue, en plein jour, sur  tout ce qui, à ses yeux, menace la sécurité du régime. Il réagissait aux inquiétudes exprimées par le gouvernement américain sur les disparitions de personnes arrêtées par les services de renseignement.
Le représentant de l’ONU parle de 11.000 réfugiés rentrés au pays. Mais il ignore leur sort une fois au pays, tout comme le nombre de citoyens rwandais qui ont fait le chemin inverse depuis. Dans une déclaration du 2 juin 2014, le ministre de l’intérieur, James Musoni, reconnaissait que 16.000 personnes de la région de Ngororero étaient sans nouvelles. De même, lors des rapatriements forcés de 1996-1997, certains réfugiés rentrés au Rwanda ne sont pas restés plus d’un mois avant de regagner l’exil. Un mois avait suffi pour se rendre compte de l’évidence : la situation était invivable. De plus, dans son rapport du 30 juillet 2014, le Service correctionnel du Rwanda fait état de 30.000 condamnés au TIG qui manquent à l’appel. Où ces gens sont – ils disparus ?
Il pense aussi être sur la même longueur d’ondes que tout le monde sur l’option militaire et cite nommément la SADC. Il oublie de mentionner que l’initiative de la SADC parle aussi de dialogue politique qui à notre sens est la seule voie susceptible de déboucher sur la paix au Rwanda et dans la région.
Les organisations politiques signataires rappellent que depuis 17 ans, l’option militaire a toujours été sur la table. Les nombreuses incursions de l’armée rwandaise, les opérations militaires Kimia I & II, ainsi que l’opération Umoja Wetu sont des exemples. Mis à part le fait que ces opérations ont engendré des millions de victimes innocentes congolaises et rwandaises, si non, elles ont été un échec total sur le plan politique. C’est ce qui pousse la SADC et les organisations politiques  démocratiques rwandaises à demander de leurs vœux, un dialogue politique.
Aucune opération militaire, quelle que soit son envergure, ne résoudra la question des réfugiés rwandais, tant que les raisons politiques et sécuritaires qui le sous-tendent, et qui sont au Rwanda ne seront pas résolues.
Nul ne connaît mieux la situation au Rwanda que les réfugiés rwandais eux-mêmes. S’ils ont choisi de rester dans des forêts de la RDC pendant autant d’années, c’est qu’ils ont des raisons légitimes de craindre pour leur sécurité au Rwanda.
Ne pas reconnaître cette réalité et appeler les réfugiés rwandais à rentrer « vivre paisiblement au Rwanda » non seulement relève de la politique de l’autruche, mais aussi et surtout d’un manque de compassion pour des êtres humains tant meurtris et abandonnés à leur triste sort depuis deux décennies.
Les organisations politiques signataires exhortent ardemment le responsable de la Monusco à ne pas retomber dans les travers des précédentes initiatives qui ont échoué et à aborder courageusement le problème dans sa globalité. En clair, la solution se trouve d’abord au Rwanda. Le régime doit mettre en place des conditions sécuritaires et politiques propices au retour pacifique des réfugiés et à l’arrêt de nouveaux exodes vers l’extérieur.

Les organisations politiques signataires
Pour le  PDP–Imanzi
Munyampeta Jean-Damascène
Secretary General
Brussels, Belgium

Pour le PDR –Ihumure
Rusesabagina Paul
President
San Antonio-TX, USA

Pour le PS–Imberakuri
Ryumugabe Jean Baptiste
Coordinator
Brussels, Belgium

Pour le RNC–Ihuriro
Dr Rudasingwa Théogène
Coordinator

Pour les FDU-Inkingi
Dr Nkiko Nsengimana
Coordinateur

Pour Amahoro People’s Congress
Etienne Masozera
President



The Truth can be buried and stomped into the ground where none can see, yet eventually it will, like a seed, break through the surface once again far more potent than ever, and Nothing can stop it. Truth can be suppressed for a "time", yet It cannot be destroyed. ==> Wolverine