[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's mentors behind the Rwandan Genocide. It is STRICTLY the Rwandan genocide.
What then after the findings showing that The United States masterminded the Rwandan Genocide?
The United States responsibility has been done by inflicting serious damages on the Hutu ethnic majority in Rwanda in this area and this since October 1st, 1990 up to now. The Hutus, who make up about 85% of Rwanda’s population, are strictly and equally denied higher education, land ownership and positions in the RPF government, which uses discriminative and ethnic oppression to maintain them as second citizens.
After the United states launched the war and fabricated a kind of civil war in Rwanda, they started by killing them and using all genocidal methods and ways including the methods that still cause serious bodily or mental harm to the Hutus with the aim to exterminate them.
Inspired by the Planned Parenthood Genocide, Kagame and his mentors'acts of genocidal violence against Hutus are frequently occurring inside and outside of Rwanda. We saw Hutu children forcibly transferred in the Tutsi families as a pretext to prevent them from the fictitious genocidal ideology. Under the pretext of the birth control, we saw established the Hutu Project with ethnic sterilization campaigns duriçng which several measures are imposed with the intention of preventing births within the Hutu community. It is STRICTLY genocide.
The United States should review their foreign policy towards Rwanda and from there apologize themselves by removing Paul Kagame, the tyrant and criminal dictator of Rwanda following the path of a pacifist way with remorse and determination that such crimes must end and never be repeated. The Unites States of America should keenly and consciously take responsibility for the serious damage that they caused in the last 20 years to the Hutu and Tutsi people through Kagame’s wars and deeply reproaches themselves for the genocide that is going on in Rwanda with the establishment of the Tutsi apartheid strengthened by the enslavement of the Hutu majority of Rwanda.
Who should be held accountable for crimes of war, crimes against humanity and crimes of genocide they committed against the Hutu ethnic members? Should president Obama apologize for what his predecessors did let him get on with it?
Kagame and RPF government and pro-RPF organizations have enough tarnished the Hutu image with the purpose of taking them away from power. Just go back even further and you will get the to the highest incarceration rate in the world and assassinations of those who speak out or refuse to kneel before the bloody Rwandan criminal Paul Kagame, the permanent silencing and criminalizing of the Hutu.
The United States should cease to use proxy armies and the Tutsi rebels elsewhere in Africa and in the African Great Lakes Region in particular and stop the whitewashing many ways of RPF crimes headed by the Rwandan gory criminal and self-elected president Paul Kagame. On the contrary, the US should help Rwandans to liberate them from the Kagame tyranny by all means with the purpose of reconciling both Hutu and Tutsi ethnic members.
The Rwandan Hutus won’t an apology from United States that is calculated to make it seem as if they didn’t know, or they have misjudged consequences; we won’t such an apology where United States might say they are praying for us or use other religious references in an attempt to make themselves seem too nice, religious or Godly to have actually done what we say they did. We all know that such meaningless apologies are given for the purpose of benefiting the perpetrators in some way instead of helping the Hutu victims and survivors to feel better.