If you follow Victoire Ingabire Umuhoza on ethnic grounds, please don’t bother. She wouldn’t care less. You need to learn more about her and her line of thought before you decide to either support her or despise her.
Posts Tagged ‘national dialogue’
By Dr. Theogene Rudasingwa In a letter to the Wall Street Journal of May 19, 2013, written for him probably by his spin doctor, former British Prime Minister Tony Blair, President Paul Kagame states: “This has been our approach in Rwanda. We have decentralized the state, reformed our business sector and strengthened our institutions. But we […]
Despite relative cohesion on the surface, deep ethnic animosity, bitter memories and hatred lie beneath, writes Didas Gasana Testifying before the packed audience at Telecom House in the capital Kigali about Rwanda’s successful reconciliation story, on Sunday, January 29 2012, Louise Uwamungu from Rweru Sector in Bugesera District, noted thus: “Unity and reconciliation can never […]
This documentary video on Victoire Ingabire Umuhoza shows how Rwandan government always reacted disproportionately and desperately against her and other people or organisations who slightly disagrees with its policies. The video also documents how the government uses any means to silence any voice that talks about the RPF Crimes committed on the Rwandan people.
Do Pauline and Immaculee ever take the opportunity to acknowledge to their audience that, although their parents’ killers were hutus, also ordinary Hutus people have suffered during the same period you survived the genocide? Do their believe that there are thousands of Hutus boys and girls, who were going through almost the same experience as they and other many Tutsi did in 1994?
Five signs of racism in Rwanda If in Rwanda there are laws against divisionism, revisionism or genocide ideology, it is because there are people with divisionism out there. I have noticed signs of racism during my last visit home or from messages and discussions I have with my fellow country people online. Listen carefully, you […]