Why does United States keep silence on Kagame victims? where are President Obama, US secretary of State Hilary Clinton, The UN Secretary General Ban
Kimoon, the EU community?
"Nothing is graver in a criminal sense than a deliberate state policy of systematic extermination of a people based on their particular ethnic
— Verdict of the Tribunal
The ongoing humanitarian disaster and crisis in eastern Congo make one wonder why world leaders have opted for inaction and silence. All indications seem to show that Rwanda has been granted permission to roam free in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) and impose its rule.
Unfortunately,Rwanda's rule in DRC has been marked by forced
displacement, killings, mass rape, fabricated ethnic conflicts, and illegal exploitation of Congo mineral resources.
Never in the history of the world, a holocaust-- worst since World War II--has had such little media coverage, and such timid reactions from the United States,
the European Union, the African Union, and the international community in general.
True, there is still a lingering sense of guilt since more than a century over the world's most interests in plundering the resources of the DRC throughout
permanent war and now through Rwandaproxy-war in DRC. However, Rwanda (Kagame
= Rwanda) as an ally of the United States is failing to embody the values that the United States champions for the Congolese(: respect for human rights, freedom of expression and movement, justice for all.)
Traumatic disorder that they caused themselves by invading their country in 1990-1994 from Uganda and seems to blind it and urges it to impose wars to its neighbor for economic, territorial, and hegemonic survival in a horrific
manner. By transposing its conflicts to DRC, it has successfully maintained a level of instability, mass killing, illicit Congo's mineral traffic and the ungovernable eastern Congo with the support of
the United States of America and UK. This has allowed Rwanda to portray DRC as
failed state, hence presenting itself as alternate power vacuum filler that terrorizes the whole central African country causing indescribable suffering.
Unfortunately, DRC is still under UN embargo for weapons, with a very weak «government" denying it the right to defend itself. By all accounts, this international conspiracy needs to end. In
this 21st century, no country should be denied the right to defend itself. The Congolese have the right to elect their own Leaders. This is the only way DRC can deter various militias
groups and voracious neighbors from engaging in further destabilizations.
note. The slogan "No More holocaust" has no significance in the
DRC, over two million people to be displaced, thousands of women and children to be raped, and the ecosystem to be savagely destroyed by Rwandan in
Central. Despite this horrendous picture, the United States has yet to exert its moral leadership
to stop Rwanda from continuously destabilizing the Congo through proxy forces (CNDP, M23, RCD, UPC, FDLR, to name just a few).
Instead, it is constantly preventing the Security Council of the United Nations to condemn Rwanda despite ample evidence in UN Experts Groups various reports of Rwanda's involvement in eastern Congo. What
would it take for President Barack Obama and for the world's community as a whole to act to stop this senseless war? The United Nations
and The USA Empire -establishment reaction would have been different if the victims were of a different country and race. These pictures are the best illustration of it .
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