Monday, July 14, 2014

Hon. Membe urges international support to dissolve FDLR









Tanzania: U Rwanda ruganire na FDLR

SADC/ICGLR MINISTERIAL MEETING PRESS RELEASE



Hon. Membe urges international support to dissolve FDLR.

Waziri wa Mambo ya Nje na Ushirikiano wa Kimataifa

Waziri wa Mambo ya Nje na Ushirikiano wa Kimataifa

The Minister for Foreign Affairs and International Co-operation, Hon. Bernard Membe, has urged the international community to support implementation of the Angola Declaration on the dissolution of the Democratic Forces for the Liberation of Rwanda (FDLR). More here below
Waziri wa Mambo ya Nje na Ushirikiano wa Kimataifa Bernard Membe (Mb.)


Waziri wa Mambo ya Nje na Ushirikiano wa Kimataifa Bernard Membe (Mb.) 
akizungumza na Mabalozi na Wawakilishi wa Mashirika ya Kimataifa hapa nchini kuhusu masuala mbalimbali ya nchi ikiwa ni pamoja na  nia ya kikundi cha uasi cha FDLR ya kuweka silaha chini na ziara ya Mabalozi na Wawakilishi hao Butiama. Wengine katika picha ni  Naibu Waziri wa Mambo ya Nje na Ushirikiano wa Kimataifa, Mhe. Dkt. Mahadhi Juma Maalim (Mb.),  kulia kwa Waziri Membe,  Katibu Mkuu wa Wizara ya Mambo ya Nje Bw. John Haule (wa kwanza kulia),   Mkuu wa Mabalozi na Balozi wa Jamhuri ya Kidemokrasia ya Congo (DRC) , Mhe.  Juma Alfani Mpango (wa pili kulia) na Naibu Katibu Mkuu, Balozi Rajabu Gamaha (wa kwanza kushoto) . Kikao hicho kilifanyika katika Ukumbi wa Mikutano wa Kimataifa wa Julius Nyerere Jijini Dar es Salaam.


Sehemu ya Mabalozi wakimsikiliza Mhe. Membe (hayupo pichani)


Sehemu nyingine ya Mabalozi na Wawakilishi wa Mashirika ya Kimataifa nchini wakimsikiliza Mhe. Membe.




Sehemu ya Wakuu wa Idara na Vitengo kutoka Wizara ya Mambo ya Nje na Ushirikiano wa Kimataifa wakiwa katika kikao kati ya Mabalozi wa Wawakilishi wa Mashirika ya Kimataifa nchini.


Baadhi ya Wakurugenzi kutoka Wizara ya Mambo ya Nje na Ushirikiano wa Kimataifa  na Balozi wa Sudan hapa nchini (kulia) wakifuatilia maelezo ya Mhe. Membe (hayupo pichani)
Mabalozi, Wawakilishi wa Mashirika ya Kimataifa hapa nchini pamoja na Wakurugenzi kutoka Wizara ya Mambo ya Nje na Ushirikiano wa Kimataifa wakimsikiliza Mhe. Membe (hayupo pichani)

Waziri Membe akisalimiana na Mwakilishi wa Papa Bennedict XVI hapa nchini, Balozi Francisco Montecillo Padilla mara baada ya kumaliza kikao.

Mhe. Membe akisalimiana na Balozi wa Zambia hapa nchini, Mhe. Judith Kangoma Kapijimpanga.

Mhe. Membe akitoa taarifa kwa  Waandishi wa Habari kuhusu mazungumzo kati yake na Mabalozi na Wawakilishi wa Mashirika ya Kimataifa hapa nchini.

Sehemu ya Waandishi wa Habari wakiwa kazini



Mhe. Membe akiendelea kutoa taarifa kwa Waandishi wa Habari

Meza kuu wakimsikiliza Mhe. Membe (Picha na Reginald Philip)
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Hon. Membe urges international support to dissolve FDLR

The Minister for Foreign Affairs and International Co-operation, Hon. Bernard Membe, has urged the international community to support implementation of the Angola Declaration on the dissolution of the Democratic Forces for the Liberation of Rwanda (FDLR).

The declaration to dissolve the largest remaining negative forces in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) was adopted by a SADC/Great Lakes Region Ministerial meeting held in Luanda, Angola on July 2, 2014. Tanzania is a member of the SADC Organ Troika on Politics, Defence and Security Cooperation.

Hon. Membe told diplomats accredited to Tanzania in Dar es Salaam today, that the Angola declaration was prompted by a letter to SADC by the FDLR, offering voluntary surrender.

“As we speak, 350 soldiers of FDLR have surrendered and are cantoned in a camp near Kinshasa,” the Minister told the foreign diplomats, adding that SADC found it logical and legally correct to accept the FDLR offer of surrender.

He said the process to dissolve the negative forces would involve five stages: Disarming the soldiers; demobilizing the group; repatriating the soldiers to Rwanda, reintegrating those meriting into the national army and resettling the rest.

This process required the participation of the United Nations, DRC government, Rwanda government, which should accept repatriation, reintegration and resettlement of  FDLR troops; SADC and the international community, which would monitor implementation.

“The monitoring teams should have truly international character, and that is where your assistance is needed,” Hon. Membe told the diplomats.

He said the FDLR had been give six months from this month to comply with the dissolution plan failing which the UN combat force in DRC would be used to disable the negative force.

Hon. Membe said the acceptance of the surrender notice would not exonerate criminal elements among FDLR ranks from punishment. “If any members of the group are found to have committed crime they will be prosecuted,” he explained.

Meanwhile, Hon. Membe has expressed Tanzania’s disapproval of ongoing killing of civilians by Israeli air strikes in Gaza, which have so far claimed over 170 lives.

Addressing a press conference after the meeting with diplomats, the Minister called on Israel and Hamas to ceasefire immediately, adding that The United Nations Security Council should step in to restore harmony in the Middle East.

In another development, Hon. Membe announced that his Ministry was organizing a “World in Butiama” expedition in October, this year, which would take foreign diplomats accredited to Tanzania to the burial site of The Father of the Nation, Mwalimu Nyerere, to pay homage.

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Sunday, July 13, 2014

General Paul Kagame Plaide coupable dans l'assassinat du Président Habyarimana - La justice des vainqueurs - Chronique d'un génocide







[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]





Kagame Hard Talk Video par Paul899




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Wednesday, July 9, 2014

Zorgen om Rwandese vluchteling






[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]

Leusdenaar Mugimba: "Staatssecretaris trapt in politiek spelletje"

NIJKERK/LEUSDEN - De Nijkerkse tolk Truus Jonker maakt zich ernstig zorgen om de Rwandese vluchteling Jean-Baptiste Mugimba. Mugimba die in Leusden zijn adres heeft, zit nu in de cel omdat hij is beticht van betrokkenheid bij de Rwandese genocide in de jaren '90. Nederland wil hem uitleveren aan Rwanda, zodat hij daar berecht kan worden. Komende vrijdag 11 juli moet de rechtbank in Den Haag een uitspraak doen.

Tijdens de Rwandese burgeroorlog werden naar schatting 800.000 Tutsi's en gematigde Hutu's om het leven gebracht. Veel vluchtelingen uit Rwanda zijn in Nederland terecht gekomen. Daaronder ook Jean-Baptiste Mugimba, die zich in Nederland actief inzette voor de Rwandese gemeenschap en voorzitter werd van de Federatie van Rwandese maatschappelijke organisaties. In die functie heeft Mugimba aandacht gevraagd voor schendingen van de mensenrechten in zijn geboorteland.

Truus Jonker is tolk Frans en wordt regelmatig gevraagd om te vertalen bij vluchtelingenzaken. Zo is zij betrokken geraakt bij Rwandese vluchtelingen in Nederland. Jonker: ,,We hebben een jaar lang onderdak geboden aan een Rwandese vluchteling. Ik help ook andere vluchtelingen met vertalen van processtukken en het schrijven van brieven. Zo heb ik ook de zoon van Jean-Baptiste Mugimba geholpen met het schrijven van brieven."
Truus Jonker heeft zich in de zaak vastgebeten en begint het vertrouwen in de Nederlandse onafhankelijke rechtspraak te verliezen. ,,Ik kan het niet hard maken, maar sommige dingen zijn wel heel erg toevallig. Mugimba had hier een verblijfsstatus gekregen, maar pas nadat hij zich aansloot bij de politieke oppositie van de president van Rwanda, Paul Kagame, kwamen er plotseling beschuldigingen dat Mugimba zich aan misdaden tegen de menselijkheid zou hebben schuldig gemaakt. En kort daarna werd zijn verblijfsstatus ingetrokken."
Ook over de gang van zaken rond de arrestatie van Mugimba is Jonker 'not amused'. ,,Op 25 januari van dit jaar hield een internationale Rwandese delegatie van de oppositie een manifestatie om bij Buitenlandse Zaken aandacht te vragen voor het bloeddorstige regime van Paul Kagame. Die was breed aangekondigd. Twee dagen tevoren, op 23 januari, werd Mugimba met een 30 man sterke politiemacht van zijn bed gelicht en in de cel gezet." Inmiddels heeft het Openbaar Ministerie een aanklacht ingediend tegen Jean Baptiste Mugimba bij de Haagse rechtbank. Die moet beslissen of Mugimba mag worden uitgeleverd aan Rwanda. Volgens het OM zijn er diverse aanwijzingen dat Mugimba zich schuldig zou hebben gemaakt aan misdaden tegen de menselijkheid. Bovendien meent het OM dat Nederland verplicht zou zijn aan uitlevering.
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Mugimba en zijn familie vrezen dat er geen eerlijk proces mogelijk is. Hij is tegenstander van het bewind van president Kagame. Hij vreest een onmenselijke behandeling en daarom ook voor zijn leven. Truus Jonker deelt die vrees en wijst op artikelen van de freelance-journaliste Anneke Verbraeken in onder meer Vrij Nederland. Zij schrijft dat het ,,navrant is dat het OM naar hartenlust kan beschuldigen zonder zich druk te maken over de bewijslast. Dat kan namelijk worden uitgezocht na uitlevering aan Rwanda." Jan Hofdijk, advocaat van Mugimba, twijfelt ook aan een eerlijke rechtsgang. Hij wijst erop dat in het proces tegen de Rwandese oppositieleidster VictoireIngabire twee getuigen tegen haar getuigden nadat zij 7 maanden in een martelkamp hadden doorgebracht.

De advocaten van Mugimba hebben een rapport boven tafel gehaald, waaruit bleek dat Mugimba niets van doen had met een vijftal moorden waarvan hij wordt beschuldigd. Vrijdag 11 juli doet de rechtbank in Den Haag uitspraak. Truus Jonker heeft er weinig vertrouwen in. ,,Handelsbelangen lijken belangrijker te zijn dan mensenlevens. Ik denk dat er een geheime deal is gemaakt met Rwanda. Nederland levert dissidenten uit en krijgt economische diensten in ruil. Ik kan het niet hard maken, maar ik durf mijn hoofd ervoor te erwedden. En dat doe ik niet gauw." 


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Monday, July 7, 2014

GÉNOCIDE HUTU À L'UNIVERSITÉ DU BURUNDI : CONFÉRENCE DE MONTRÉAL LE 03 MAI 2014






[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]



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TEMOIGNAGE DE L'AMBASSADEUR JEAN-MARIE NDAGIJIMANA* (MONTREAL) 








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Friday, July 4, 2014

Liberation day or Empty Words? - Check it out and you will find out that since 1994 the Hutu Community is Hopelessly Enslaved





[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]

Utuntu n'utundi

Kagame “is a serial killer” who wants to stay in power forever


 Coming soon: The Untold History of the Enslavement of Hutus
by the Kagame regime








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

Tuesday, June 24, 2014

Paul Kagame: Darling dictator of the west, major ‘genocidaire’ of our time






 [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]


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"It has been 20 years since about 800,000 Tutsis and moderate Hutus were massacred in Rwanda in a genocide which remains a blot on the conscience of the world".
"The entire world stood by and watched as helpless citizens of that tiny country in the Great Lakes Region of Africa were hacked to death with machetes and other sharp implements".
Paul Kagame — There is overwhelming evidence of war crimes and crimes against humanity against Paul Kagame, but the world has turned a blind eye to that.The peacekeeping arm of the United Nations, then headed by our own Kofi Annan, failed (or is it refused?) to act. 
The killings began when an aircraft on which the then Rwandan President, Juvenal Habyarimana, was travelling was shot down by the rebel Rwandan Patriotic Front (RPF), led by no other person than the current President, Paul Kagame. The rest, as the cliche goes, is history.
The UN shut the stable after the horse had bolted and when calm was restored, Pasteur Bizimungu, a Hutu, was made President and Kagame, the Vice President. President Bizimungu resigned after six years in the position. It is not clear what the real reasons for his resignation are but some observers have attributed it to undermining by Kagame. When Bizimungu resigned, Kagame got his dream job--President.
Since Kagame assumed office, he has been touted as a man who has led reforms in the country and has brought development. Even in Ghana, the usual comment, when the name Kagame is mentioned or when the issue of lack of visionary leadership in Ghana comes up it is: “Look at what Kagame is doing in Rwanda.”
In the last quarter of last year, I met eminent human rights lawyer, Mr Justice Emile Francis Short, for an interview, and among the many things he said, he praised Paul Kagame for the “many good things” he had done in Rwanda and referred to him as a “benevolent dictator.” He is not the only one who holds that view.
Last year alone, I met about six different eminent Ghanaians who expressed similar views. And on April 19 this year (Easter Saturday), during a visit to Sunny FM, a reverend minister who had gone there to preach and who was a classmate of mine in the Ghana Institute of Journalism (GIJ) praised Kagame to the high heavens.
“Suddenly, Paul Kagame has become the standard for Ghanaians?” I asked myself. “Do people know who he  really is?” I asked again.

Kagame’s so-called successes

Kagame is credited for leading Africa’s most dynamic nation. Anyone who visits Rwanda today would behold a spectacle of construction cranes all over, especially in the capital Kigali.
There is a building craze in that country and the government is leading the construction of high-rise buildings; some to serve as offices and others as housing for people of all walks of life.
Economic growth has averaged 6.4 per cent per annum since 2001 and literacy and life expectancy have risen sharply.
There is running water almost everywhere and telephone lines are being extended even into the hinterlands.
As the August 9, 2010 edition of the Time Magazine puts it, “Even mountain gorillas are thriving.”

All these at the expense of what?

Rwanda may be Africa’s most dynamic nation (I disagree with this statement though) but it is also its most haunted.
Paul Kagame does not merit his reputation as a visionary leader of Africa with a mission to modernise his country.
Since he assumed office, he has hunted down all who oppose him, sponsoring the killing of hundreds who hold views contrary to his and chasing others out of the country.
He has his own “Gestapo” which ensures that anyone whose views are not in line with his is got rid of.
Prior to the 2010 elections, there were mysterious deaths which have been linked to him.
When a Rwandan journalist, Jean Leonard Rugambage, wrote an article which pointed to Kagame’s complicity in the murder of Nyamwasa, he was killed under mysterious circumstances.
Prior to that same election, he, through what I would refer to as “inferior tactics,” made it impossible for the Green Party, then an emerging force in Rwandan politics, to register to contest the elections. And a few days after the deputy leader of the party accused him of stifling democracy, he was found dead. Not only was he found dead; his head had been also chopped off.
In that election, Kagame won by 93 per cent. But why not? After “clearing” all opponents and instilling fear in the people, why will he not win elections?
His former Chief of Staff, Faustin Kayamba Nyamwasa, was shot in the stomach in South Africa in 2012 after criticising Kagame. He is lucky to be alive.
Kagame’s government, as investigations by prominent international organisations have shown, is behind the plots to assassinate exiles in Britain, Sweden, Belgium, Uganda, Kenya and Mozambique.
Some Rwandan citizens living abroad have revealed that they have been recruited by the Kagame government to kill opponents domiciled abroad.
 A 2011 telephone conversation cited by the Globe and Mail newspapers in the UK point to government complicity in the murder of Rwandan exiles abroad.
In that conversation, Rwanda’s then Chief of Intelligence, Colonel Dan Munyuza, is heard discussing with Major Robert Higiro the murder of two of Kagame’s former aides.
“We will show our appreciation if things are beautifully done. The price is not a problem,” he said referring to the $1 million being offered as fees for the killing of Nyamwasa and former intelligence Chief, Patrick Karegeya.
Karegeya, who was living in exile in South Africa, was found strangled to death in a luxury hotel a few weeks after the phone conversation was recorded.
In an interview with Aljazeera English  which was aired on April 8, 2014 and which I watched, Paul Kagame failed to categorically deny responsibility for the murders of exiles. Rather, he accused those killed of being “terrorists” at whose hands Rwandans had suffered for years.
He challenged anyone accusing the government of conducting the killings to provide evidence and wondered why there was a “fuss” in the international community about the deaths.
From his posture, it was clear that he thought those who had been killed deserved to die. 

Situation before Kagame 

Anytime people talk about Kagame’s “successes,” they give the impression that Rwanda was a backward country full of “cave men” before Kagame “arrived.” That is certainly not the case.
Before the RPF begun its insurgency against the Habyarimana regime, the country was relatively the most stable in the Great Lakes Region. It boasted the best transport facilities.

The Rwandan currency, the Franc, was far stronger than the Ugandan and Tanzanian Shilling, the Burundian Franc and Zairean currency.
The country’s telecommunications facilities were, by far, the best in the region and the government was embarking on a rural telephony project. It was Kagame’s RPF raids which destroyed all these. 
So if a man destroys something and attempts to put it back in place, does that make him great?

Complicity in genocide

There is overwhelming evidence of war crimes and crimes against humanity against Paul Kagame, but the world has turned a blind eye, just as it did when Saddam Hussein killed thousands of Kurds in the 1980s.
 In the Saddam case, although the West, particularly the USA, was aware that he was the culprit, because he was their darling at the time, they pointed accusing fingers at Iran. It was almost a decade after the monstrous act, when they had fallen out with Saddam, that they acknowledged that he was responsible and used it against him.
Kagame is the instigator of the genocide in Rwanda. The plane carrying Habyarimana was shot down on the orders of Kagame. Prior to that, his RPF, made up exclusively of his Tutsi ethnic group, had carried out raids into Rwandan territory several times, an action which made the Hutus apprehensive and arm themselves, fearing an extermination by the Tutsi minority if the insurgency succeeded.
Within two hours of Habyarimana’s assassination, the RPF conducted a massive military offensive which swept across the country and in which thousands of Hutus died.  The world seems to have forgotten that. Maybe Hutus are not human beings.
After millions of Hutus had fled into neighbouring countries to seek refuge, Kagame’s army attacked the camps in which they were in the then Zaire, exterminating millions of them. Once again the world was and has been quiet. Kagame, with the help of Yoweri Museveni, invaded Zaire, overthrew Mobutu Sese Seko, a war in which millions died. The “world powers” went dumb.
Col Luc Marchal, the deputy commander of the UN Assistance Mission in Rwanda, told the International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda (ICTR) during the genocide trial that: “From my experience, my conclusion is that the RPF had only one goal; seizing power and keeping it to themselves. Not once have I sensed the desire to make concessions, to smooth rough edges and reach a consensus. Marchal also blames Kagame for the assassination of Habyarimana.
There is also James Lyon, an FBI agent, who after conducting his own research after the genocide, came to the same conclusion that it was Kagame who ordered the assassination of Habyarimana and that he also ordered the murder of millions of Hutus in neighbouring countries for being a “threat” to his government.
A UN investigation team , headed by Michael Hourigan drew the same conclusion. Unfortunately, his report was buried by the West.
Former UN genocide Chief Prosecutor at the ICTR, Ms Carla del Ponte, in her memoirs, described in detail  how she was removed from her post when her investigations revealed that Kagame had committed war crimes and when she had called for his prosecution.
According to del Ponte, her office had evidence to prosecute Kagame for “touching off” the Rwanda genocide by ordering the assassination of Habyarimana. 
She also, in her book, spoke of the discovery of dozens of massacre sites for which Kagame and his Tutsi clique should be prosecuted.
The statement to the effect that the killers of Habyarimana are not known, according to her, is a “bald-faced lie” known in the western countries.
When she initiated moves to prosecute Kagame, the American government ordered her to stop.
When she insisted on going ahead, she was threatened with removal and when she showed no signs of backing down, she was removed and replaced by an American.

But the French know

The French government has always considered Paul Kagame a genocidaire and sought to have him brought to justice. This is what led Kagame to break diplomatic relations with France and change the official language in Rwanda to English, just to spite them. 
Those who make peaceful revolution impossible make violent revolution inevitable
Paul Kagame will one day have himself to blame. The Tutsis make up about 20 per cent of the Rwandan population but they wield real power. The Hutus have been sidelined. 
What he has succeeded in doing is bringing a few Hutus on board to give his government some credibility. But all serious observers know that it is just mere window-dressing.
With his failure to allow real democracy in his country, his elimination of perceived enemies and his massacre of millions of Hutus in the past, he has already laid the foundations for another genocide.
The pain and hurt of the Hutus linger on. One does not stop one genocide by laying the foundations for another. It just does not make sense. He has failed to heal wounds and bring real reconciliation to his country and that alone is enough “writing on the wall.”
He should also know that the West will not shield him or cover up for him forever. He should look at Saddam Hussein, Mobutu Sese Seko and the many others like them, consider what happened to them and be wise. Nobody can commit atrocities and hide forever. The cup will be full one day. 
As for the many Ghanaians who consider him their “hero”, they should get to know the other side of the man before engaging in praise-singing.


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