Monday, January 27, 2014

UN worried over Rwanda's bid to repatriate refugees from Uganda

January 27th 2014

Good People,
Why should Kagame have immunity over genocide and atrocities against humanity and still get away with it ??? What is it that is all about Kagame???
Judy Miriga
Diaspora Spokesperson
Executive Director
Confederation Council Foundation for Africa Inc.,

UN worried over Rwanda's bid to repatriate refugees from Uganda

January 25, 2014 6:09 AM
Rwandan soldiers from the International Support Mission to the Central African Republic patrol in the Pk 13 district, north of Bangui on January 22, 2014
Rwandan soldiers from the International Support Mission to the Central African Republic patrol in the Pk 13 district, north of Bangui on January 22, 2014 (AFP Photo/Issouf Sanogo)
Kampala (AFP) - The UN refugee agency Saturday expressed deep concerns over Rwanda's bid to get neighbouring Uganda to return seven refugees to Kigali, potentially against international law.
The case mirrors that of Joel Mutabazi, a former guard of Rwandan President Paul Kagame, who was seized illegally in Uganda last year where he was a refugee and sent back to Kigali to be put on trial for rebellion.
"UNHCR is deeply concerned about recent reports that the Rwandan authorities have requested the extradition of seven Rwandan refugees from Uganda," the agency said in a statement Saturday.
Neither UNHCR or Ugandan have given details on the names of the refugees, or why Kigali wants them back.
But UNHCR urged Uganda to "ensure that the principles of international refugee protection are respected", reminding Kampala of the case of Mutabazi.
Kampala later said allowing Mutabazi to be taken back to Rwanda was an "error of judgement".
Ugandan Minister for Refugees Musa Ecweru told AFP that Kigali's new request was being considered.
"Rwanda recently made a request to us to enable them to extradite seven individuals, but the extradition has to go through an elaborate legal process in line with international standards," Ecweru said.
In the case of Mutabazi, Human Rights Watch accused the Ugandan police of having "utterly failed" to protect a refugee "clearly at serious risk".
Mutabazi, 37, initially pleaded not guilty to charges including terrorism, formation of an armed group and murder, but when his trial was moved behind closed doors in December, he accepted all offences except that of terrorism. He still awaits trial.
Rwandan police accused Mutabazi of grenade attacks in Rwanda, saying he is connected to groups opposed to Kagame's rule.
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Subject: UN capitulating to President Kagame’s “blackmail of the West”
UN capitulating to President Kagame’s “blackmail of the West” -

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UN capitulating to President Kagame’s “blackmail of the West”
By Senior Staff Writer
Dr Theogene Rudasingwa:
Dr Theogene Rudasingwa: “Kagame doesn’t believe in peacekeeping per se, he will kindly oblige to any peacekeeping mission his country is asked to undertake provided the West keeps its mouth shut over his “horrendous human rights abuses”.
The United Nations Organisation has been heavily criticized for capitulating to Rwandan leader Paul Kagame’s “blackmail of the West” by giving a deaf ear to numerous reports of the violation of human rights committed by Kagame and his ruling clique.
A document which was sent to our office in London from Washington DC and written by Dr Theogene Rudasingwa, a former Rwandan ambassador to the United States (1996-1999) and chief of staff to President Kagame (2000-2004) and now leader of the opposition Rwanda National Council, says while President Kagame “hates the United Nations” and doesn’t believe in peacekeeping per se, he will kindly oblige to any peacekeeping mission his country is asked to undertake provided the West keeps its mouth shut over his “horrendous human rights abuses”.
Now based in the United States, Dr Rudasingwa said the West is ready to abide with President Kagame’s wishes for the simple reason that it fears to deploy Western troops into danger zones around Africa. He said there are five reasons why the West, especially the United States of America and the United Kingdom will ask Rwanda to participate in UN peacekeeping missions despite their knowledge of the violations that Kagame has committed.
“First, the West will not shed the blood of their sons and daughters for Africans,” he said. “They need their favourites like Kagame to do the job for them.” He said Rwandan officers, some of them “notorious human rights abusers” were now the most favoured to lead UN peacekeeping missions in countries where they are now serving like in the Central African Republic, Haiti and Darfur in South Sudan. “The unspoken thought from Washington and London seems to be ‘Africans are killing Africans. Who cares even if African murderous dictators like Kagame pretend to keep an elusive peace?’”
Dr Rudasingwa said the second thing is that President Kagame needs “these gifts of love” from Western countries. “He needs something to occupy his increasingly restless Tutsi army,” he said, adding: “If they’re not in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC), they should be somewhere else.”
The third reason that keeps President Kagame accepting peacekeeping forces, he said, was that the Rwandan leader has made a fortune out of these missions. “His family and clique pockets most of the money that should otherwise go to Rwandan officers and men in these UN missions.” He claimed that through a company called Horizon Group allegedly controlled by Rwanda’s military and intelligence, as well as Crystal Ventures which he claimed was “Kagame’s financial empire that controls most of Rwanda’s economy”, President Kagame allegedly gets money direct from the UN system and indirectly from taxpayers from the West. “With vast resources, Kagame has built a global financial and criminal network to liquidate any of his opponents, be they Rwandans or heads of state of other countries,” Dr Rudasingwa claimed.
The fourth reason Dr Rudasingwa gave for President Kagame’s desire to keep his army in peacekeeping missions was that the Rwandan leader always manages to blackmail the West into silence, inaction and protection when it comes to calls for accountability for human rights violations. “All that Kagame has to do is threaten to withdraw Rwandan troops from UN peacekeeping missions,” he said. He gave the example of when Kagame went berserk after a UN Mapping Report chronicled his war crimes in the DRC. “Kagame threw a tantrum and threatened to withdraw his troops from Darfur. The next day, the UN Secretary General (Ban Ki Moon) embarked on a pilgrimage to Kigali to pay homage to Kagame. The report was shelved, joining many others that tell the sad story of unaccounted crimes by Kagame and his clique before and since 1994,” said Dr Rudasingwa.
For his fifth reason, the Rwandan dissident says President Kagame has now come to believe that he is indispensable to the West. “Through Kagame’s deployments in the Horn of Africa and the Great Lakes Region, Western military and intelligence establishments have proxy eyes and ears on the ground. Occasionally, Washington and London will timidly voice their concerns as in the M23 saga in the DRC, or the assassination of Patrick Karegeya in South Africa, but the hard-nosed analysts will insist Kagame is still their man.”
Dr Rudasingwa warned that it could take another civil war, more bloodshed, regional instability and the demise of the Kigali regime before Washington and London wake up to the new national and geopolitical realities. “When that happens, Washington and London, like Paris before them, will hopefully learn that even powerful nations can be wrong, be on the wrong side of history and knowingly help inflict damage on poor nations,” Dr Rudasingwa’s document ends.
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Subject: [wanabidii] Rwanda -Tanzania Tensions Flare Again

Tensions flared up again over the weekend between Rwanda and Tanzania after it emerged that President Jakaya Kikwete was hosting at his private residence Rwandan dissidents in Diaspora including rebel FDLR commanders.

The alleged political and ideological ties between Kikwete and President Paul Kagame’s enemies are emerging as the latest flash point between the two countries, whose relations have deteriorated sharply in recent months.

Impeccable sources said two high ranking members of Rwanda National Congress (RNC) - Theogene Rudasingwa (Coordinator) and Condo Gervais were joined by FDLR Executive Secretary Lt Col Wilson Irategeka and the operations commander, Col Hamadi, in Tanzania last week for talks.

It remains unclear why the group decided to convene in the East African country but a long-lingering argument that Kikwete is a sympathiser of the Rwandan opposition forces has since flared up with new intensity since the Tanzanian leader told a meeting on the sideline of the African Union Summit in Ethiopia last year that Kigali should hold talks with the terrorist FDLR.

“ADF is attacking Uganda and FDRL is doing the same to Rwanda so efforts should be made to end such attacks. Talks should be held between governments and rebels hiding in the DRC where they launch attacks against their countries of origin. Military operations against the rebels will not yield fruit,” said Kikwete.

Rwanda’s Foreign Affairs Minister swiftly made a counterattack, describing Kikwete’s statements as “aberrant” and “shocking.”

“Those who think that Rwanda today should sit down at the negotiating table with FDLR simply don’t know what they are talking about,” charged Mushikiwabo in an interview with Radio France Internationale (RFI).

Sources who preferred anonymity so as to speak freely further told this website that the two delegations of FDLR and RNC were received in Dar es Salaam on Thursday evening.
This was just a few days after former Rwanda Premier, Faustin Twagiramungu, was hosted in Tanzania. Twagiramungu recently said his party, RDI Rwanda Rwiza, would remove Kagame from office by force of arms.
However, in a statement seen by Chimpreports, Irategeka said “FDLR leadership is saddened by the use of the president of Republic of Tanzania’s name HE. Jakaya Kikwete, by certain entities, or individuals for their unknown agendas. FDLR entire leadership is based in Eastern DRC, and has no representation in Tanzania nor holds any foreign passport.”

The developments come hardly a month after RNC founder Patrick Karegeya was found dead at hotel in Johannesburg.

Theogene Rudasingwa
It is widely thought that RNC has been struggling with internal squabbles emanating from mistrust and divergent views on what method should be used to remove President Paul Kagame from power.

While moderates believe in an uprising from within Rwanda, some on the extreme end are advocating for war.

Sources said FDLR supply lines have been reopened, with the militia, whose ideology and leadership led to the 1994 genocide, receiving plenty of military logistics at its bases in the Democratic Republic of Congo.

Towards the end of 2013, the government of Rwanda alerted the United States, United Nations, UK and countries in the Great Lakes region of an “impending invasion” of Rwanda by militants in DRC, a military plan that reportedly has the blessing of individuals in France and hostile countries.

Rwanda officials further said that some members in the UN Force Intervention Brigade were in bed with FDLR instead of fighting the negative force as required by the UN mandate.

The UN brigade that fought and defeated the M23 comprised soldiers from Malawi, South Africa and Tanzania.

Matter of priority

The FDLR is considered a national security threat to Rwanda.

At a recent meeting, President Kagame told Russell Feingold, the US Special Envoy for the Great Lakes Region of Africa and DRC that the genocidal militia must be firmly dealt with “as a matter of priority.”

Earlier, without mentioning Kikwete, the Rwandan leader accused his Tanzanian counterpart of making reckless remarks about FDLR.

“When people continue to uphold the genocide ideology, it is a reminder that the path ahead is still long,” Kagame told the Rwanda Patriotic Front (RPF) National Executive Committee meeting in Kigali in 2013.

“We cannot take anything for granted. For Rwanda, this is not just about a discussion. The consequences are a death or life issue for Rwanda,” he added.

He further noted that talk of negotiations with FDLR was “evidence of those who have the luxury of speaking but suffer no consequences.”

Kagame said then that “speaking casually and calling on us to negotiate with the killers of our people is utter nonsense.”

Speaking at the graduation ceremony of 45 army officers at the Rwanda Defence Forces Staff and Command College last year, Kagame described Kikwete’s idea as dancing on the “mass graves of our people.”

Though he did not mention Kikwete, Kagame maintained proposals that Rwanda should hold talks with FDLR were premised on “ignorance” and “ideological problems.”
“I kept quiet for the contempt I have for it (FDLR talks) because I thought it was utter nonsense spoken out of ignorance. We must be left to live our lives the way Rwandans want to live them,” charged Kagame. He further said “RPF did not seek revenge when it had every reason to be tempted...I don't think anybody should be having issues with us.”


Rwanda sending 'chilling message' to dissenters: U.N. rapporteur

By Jenny Clover
KIGALI Mon Jan 27, 2014 11:05am EST
Rwanda President Paul Kagame attends a session at the annual meeting of the World Economic Forum (WEF) in Davos January 24, 2014. REUTERS/Ruben Sprich
(Reuters) - Rwanda's track record of prosecuting politicians who criticize President Paul Kagame's government sends a chilling a message to opposition figures and rights campaigners, a U.N. Special Rapporteur said on Monday.
Kagame, a rebel fighter-turned-statesman, has won plaudits for Rwanda's economic transformation since the 1994 genocide and for deploying peacekeepers to Africa's conflicts.
But his opponents and rights groups accuse him of trampling political and media freedoms, something the government denies.
Special Rapporteur Maina Kiai said that politicians who rejected what he called Kagame's 'consensus politics' ran into legal trouble, often facing charges of downplaying the genocide and sectarianism. Others who quit the ruling Rwandan Patriotic Front party often faced corruption charges.
"In all such cases, these politicians are accused of violence or having links with violent groups," Kiai told reporters at the end on an eight-day trip at Rwanda's invitation.
"This sends a chilling and unacceptable message that peaceful public disagreement with the government is equivalent to criminality," said Kiai, a Kenyan who is Special Rapporteur on rights to freedom of peaceful assembly and of association.
Two government spokeswomen could not be reached for comment.
The United States said 10 days ago that it was deeply worried about threats made by Kagame about political opponents after one of his exiled critics was found murdered in a hotel room in South Africa.
Kagame and his administration flatly deny any involvement in the death of Patrick Karegeya, whose body, apparently strangled after a meeting with a mysterious business associate, was found in a posh Johannesburg hotel on New Year's Day.
Kiai applauded the leaps Rwanda has made developing infrastructure and ensuring stability in the two decades since ethnic Hutu militias massacred 800,000 ethnic Tutsis and moderate Hutus in just three months during the genocide.
But he said the political opposition needed to be able to operate without fear.
In December, Rwanda's supreme court extended the jail term of opposition politician Victoire Ingabire to 15 years from eight after she sought to overturn her initial conviction for trying to undermine the state and minimizing the 1994 genocide.
"The legitimate combat against terrorism, and other security considerations, should not be used as a bogeyman to restrict the right to freely associate," Kiai said.
(Writing by Richard Lough, editing by Alister Doyle)


Chaka /
Bill Clinton behind the pre-conceived plot in the Rwanda genocide
He not only refused to intervene, he actively sought that happen.
The day Bill Clinton landed on a
irport Kigali in March 1997 to meet his friend Paul Kagame, the American people and the rest of the world thought he was there, for reasons of compassion. Well, that was a mistake! Bill Clinton was very worried because of the discovery of the secret of the tragedy of Rwanda. That day, Clinton was able to deliver a speech well calculated, but it betrays the depths of his heart and failed to mention the genocide in his remarks: « It may seem strange to you here, especially many of you who have lost family members, but people like me sitting in offices, day after day, have not been able to fully appreciate the depth and the speed with which terrorism « unimaginable you swallowed them. Outside of content of speech, the key here is time: it was in March 1997! Do you remember what happened a few days before the end of February 1997? Well, the ICTR judge from Australia, Michael Hourigan, in the secret depths of his special investigations, it was discovered that Kagame and Bill Clinton who killed Habyarimana’s plane, triggering the Rwanda tragedy. Michael Hourigan was afraid to publicly highlight the name of Clinton. But today, 16 years later, in a video conference data from its native country, Australia, Hourigan believes it is time to tell the truth to the world.
So how the truth has been disclosed? It was February 26, 1997. U.S. Embassy in Kigali, the ICTR investigator Michael Hourigan (Australia) was the famous « Phone Call from Rwanda » to his boss in The Hague (Holland), the chief prosecutor of the ICTR Louise Arbour (the Canada) to make him aware of the highly sensitive information he had discovered .. Immediately, « Kind Lady » booming, called New York to inform the Secretary-General Kofi Annan. The « Cold Bath » Kofi Annan knew two years before, in the office of Foreign Minister Ndagijimana JMV in Kigali, Rwanda, that was Bill Clinton who ordered the assassination of Habyarimana and hoped that this information n ‘ would never be revealed. Kofi Annan informed immediately Madeleine Albright, Secretary of « State Clinton chose Kofi Annan as Secretary General of the UN to replace » Frenchy « Boutros Ghali. Madeleine Albright landed in the Oval Office in a short time: » Mr. President Our action against France in the Rwandan tragedy is output.
ICTR investigators found that we shot down « French. This was the beginning of the long history of hide and seek: Louise Arbour ordered to dismiss the ICTR Prosecutor Michael Hourigan and terminate the investigation. Kofi Annan was instructed to send to Rwanda Michael Hall of the UN Security services to organize a rapid departure of Michael Hourigan Rwanda. Then Bill Clinton ordered Madeleine Albright put pressure on the ICTR judges and not to investigate the incident that triggered the genocide in Rwanda: the shooting down of the plane of Habyarimana. These orders were preventing adequate to ensure the spirit of peace in Clinton? The idea of being called one day, one American Terrorist hurts: « No Witness MUST Survive. » Nobody must know I shot Habyarimana, a former senior Clinton can recall using today.
Bill Clinton wanted to meet immediately Paul Kagame, his friend in terrorism. « Yes, Sir, » answered the time Madeleine Albright and Susan Rice, as students in the classroom. A few days later, Bill Clinton landed at the airport in Kigali, Rwanda, and after the famous speech, he ordered Paul Kagame to kill anyone who may know the assassination of Habyarimana, starting with those listed on the memo Hourigan had given Louise Arbour in The Hague a few days ago: it was the beginning of the long history of assassinations around the world and around the clock. It is in this spirit of evil camouflage classified by Bill Clinton and Seth Sendashonga Théoneste LIZINDE who helped Clinton agents to kill Habyarimana’s plane were assasssiné in Nairobi, Kenya, a few weeks later. And recently, Bill Clinton advised Kagame to assassinate Faustin Nyamwasa Rwandan general in South Africa and the attack failed when Clinton was quick to South Africa to pressure to hush up the affair.
But how Bill Clinton became involved in terrorist acts behind Kagame? « The day the wall of the cold war was shot in Berlin in 1989 among the many festivities, French President François Mitterrand did not know that France would be the next target of the American Empire. 20 years later from there, the image of the invisible American war against France is terrible: 12 million people killed in Francophone Africa and a certified case of genocide in Rwanda. And the victims are all African Negroes. So, who knew? And when they knew it? Well, unfortunately, the man who first had the idea on the table infamous Black is our Hero, General Colin Powell.
Everything begins November 25, 1987, California, in the hills of Santa Ynez, Santa Barbara ranch, President Reagan. General is happy to tell his boss that the Cold War ended with the Soviets: « Mr. President, the Kremlin no longer has the stamina to exercise, the Defence Secretary George Shultz concluded a nuclear agreement with the Soviets yesterday. » The President, in all the excitement, asked the General to find a new enemy to fight. And the new enemy is the French Empire in Africa. Congo’s resources have been identified as essential to seize a treasure by any means, including genocide. As a new order coming out of Washington, French president François Mitterrand perceived threat and to prevent, decided to anticipate changes. He invited all African presidents under its control to La Baule (France) and imposed a radical change in public governance (democracy) to correct the so-called « French Errors » in Sarkozy’s speech to the apology Gisozi Genocide Memorial (Rwanda) in February 2010 to comply with the will of Mr.Kouchner, the Foreign Minister and his friend Paul Kagame proclaimed.
But it was too late! Washington was not interested in democracy in Africa, Washington was more attracted by the immense mineral resources of Congo.
Bill Clinton entered the Oval Office at the right time with the right people. But he made a big mistake by choosing an uneducated man and soldier baby eg Paul Kagame. October 1, 1990, as President Juvenal Habyarimana of Rwanda refused to betray the French, the Pentagon decided to invade Rwanda from Uganda, hiding behind the rebel RPF. That day, President Juvenal Habyarimana of Rwanda was in Washington and the U.S. State Department offered him asylum in exchange for giving all powers to Kagame’s RPF. The President declined the offer and returned to Rwanda. From October 1990 to January 1993, the Pentagon (Dick Cheney, Colin Powell) helped Kagame, giving him everything he needed to overthrow the government of Rwanda. But as France landed troops in Rwanda to push for democracy and negotiations between the Rwandan government and the RPF, Washington realized that it is not possible to invade the Congo with a democratic government in Rwanda: Washington man needs a proxy in Rwanda. It is here that vienti a plan B: the assassination of Hutu leaders!
In September 1993, Bill Clinton ordered the Pentagon and the CIA to help Kagame to assassinate the Hutu president of Burundi, Melchior Ndadaye neighboring Rwanda and ally of France. On 20 October 1993, Kagame with death squads and CIA agents traveled to Bujumbura: President Ndadaye was murdered, cut with knives, « Kagame method » to kill his victims. When Kagame returned to Kampala a few days after his ugly mission in Bujumbura, he was received by Brian Atwood, the director of USAID, to finalize the plan to assassinate President Juvenal Habyarimana of Rwanda. As an informant can confirm today, Kagame hesitated and warned a cataclysm in Rwanda when President Habyarimana was to be killed as his Burundian counterpart Ndadaye. But Bill Clinton, through its Ambassador George Moose, Kagame said that the assassination of Habyarimana was the only way to win the war quickly. The CIA estimates that 50 thousand people would be killed after the assassination of Habyarimana, a sacrifice acceptable and a good price for a good cause. The Pentagon has promised to provide all necessary Kagame, including intelligence and military assistance.
Kagame accepted the risk and invited LIZINDE and Kanyarengwe two Hutu rebels and former allies of President Habyarimana, implement a plan of assassination. Alex Kanyarengwe proposed an attack against the « plane of Habyarimana and Théoneste LIZINDE indicated the best place to shoot the presidential plane: Masaka Hill, near the airport Kanombe. In December 1993, Kagame met again Brian Atwood and Prudence Bushnell U.S. Ambassador George Moose « Tell Clinton that I need money and » arms, a high ranking official of the RPF in exile remembers today. Clinton, through Kampala, gave all Kagame’s rebellion: money, men, intelligence (information) and weapons were supplied by Hercules C130 aircraft. tactics to kill Habyarimana policies were carried out by Ugandan President Yoweri Museveni at the request of Bill Clinton. Tanzanian President Hassan Mwinyi joined the plot and President Habyarimana was forced to go to Dar-Es-Salaam on 6 April 1994, for a meeting infamous He never returned home.
So, what happened that day? On 6 April 1994, Bill Clinton ordered the Pentagon to send 450 U.S. rangers in Burundi to assist CIA in Rwanda to execute the assassination smoothly. That day, in the morning, Madeleine Albright, Clinton’s Ambassador to the UN, ordered General Roméo Dallaire (Canada) who was in Rwanda as commander of the UN forces, facilitate the RPF and the CIA to travel to Akagera National Park, with UN vehicles to monitor the return of Tanzania Habyarimana’s plane in the evening, and alert the team to Terrorist Masaka Hill to prepare for the explosion in flight. The same day, President Yoweri Museveni has received the order for Clinton to make sure that the Habyarimana back to Kigali to be done at night. A 20H 01 ‘, the spies detected the CIAs Habyarimana’s plane above the Akagera National Park, immediately warned headquarters in Mulindi Kagame and called U.S. troops already stationed on Bujumbura airport, then the Ambassador of the United States to Burundi, Robert Kruer, to be ready for a possible catastrophe in Rwanda. Mulindi, which was based the headquarters of the RPF, Kagame sent a radio message to the terrorist team already stationed at Masaka Hill to prepare to descend the aircraft (Black Bag job).
In Washington, Bill Clinton sat in the Oval Office, pending « Good » News. In Kigali, the Canadian General Romeo Dallaire off all phones and its disappearance, engaged in secret talks with officials from the CIA. At 8:21 p.m., around Kigali airport, the pilot Habyarimana, a French, radioed the control tower received permission to land. But during the descent from the runway, took off two missiles from Masaka Hill to the presidential plane. Nobody on board survived.
The good news came to the White House in no time and Anthony Lake, Bill Clinton, National Security Advisor became Oval Office: Mr. Speaker, we have: Congo will be American. A few minutes later, Robert Flaten, U.S. Ambassador to Rwanda at the time, was on the phone to confirm the report. It was a joy in the White House and a sad day to the Champs Elysées. The ultimate objective was to overthrow the Congo from France and occupy the vast Congolese mineral resources. Bill Clinton has agreed to support the rebels in return Kagame Kagame and acting as a proxy for U.S. invade Congo and overthrow the government Frenchy Mobutu. In March 1997, Clinton landed at Kigali airport and gave the infamous speech. Then, hiding behind Kagame, he invaded the Congo has killed 8 million people including Spanish nationals, overthrew France and looted Congo’s resources: hundreds of millions of dollars ended up in the pocket Clinton and Kagame can afford two luxury private jets and a huge building in London with Tony Blair as co-holder of the share.
But in January 2009, when Obama became U.S. President Clinton and Kagame, who were friends in crime, become enemies to justice. Why? Obama Kagame ordered the arrest of the Congo General Laurent Nkunda and Kagame reaction plotted to kill Obama, seeking help from Clinton and Tony Blair to shoot Air Force One, in exactly the same way he done to eliminate Dr. Alison Des Forges. When the information became public, probably knew that Obama, Clinton himself had taken the distance Kagame. At the same time, the ICTR found the perpetrators of the assassination of Habyarimana, and now the family of the victims are seeking justice in the courts. The trial in the court of Oklahoma is seeking 350 million U.S. dollars in compensation for the killing of terrorist Airport Kigali on 6 April 1994, Kagame money can not afford. But Kagame also killed 8 million, including Spanish nationals in the Congo during the illegal invasion and illegal occupation of Bill Clinton order. How much money will be needed to compensate all the victims? Who will pay, Kagame or Clinton? Spanish judge says Bill Clinton must pay this money. And man Skinney Kigali understood and is ready to accuse Bill Clinton before the Court if Hillary Clinton begins to criticize publicly. The strong man of Kigali is in a good position to destroy America. And he began to intimidate the United States publicly: « The (…), you know the West (…), Clinton ordered me to kill Habyarimana (…), to invade Congo (…), and now he wants me to face justice alone (…) « . A senior RPF (Kagame Secret Sevices), several American politicians find themselves in court on charges of terrorism if Kagame is stopped: Bill Clinton, Madeleine Albright, Bill Perry, Colin Powell, Dick Cheney, George Bush, Suzan Rice Brian Atwood, Anthony Lake, John Shalikashvili, Pierre Richard Prosper, Robert Kruer, Kofi Annan, Roméo Dallaire, Louise Arbour and much more.
So what about Kagame? Is an innocent man? Many lawyers believe that Kagame in Spain is an innocent man. It is shown that Bill Clinton ordered to kill Habyarimana and Kagame « s forced to invade the Congo, Kagame can not be stopped, and all the responsibility falls on Bill Clinton. Accordance with the law and the theory of Agency , Kagame is an innocent man, as he acted on the orders of his chief Bill Clinton and Paul Kagame is poised to prove it.
Behind the scenes, the case of « Kagame vs. Clinton » in court is currently attracting many lawyers around the world. Because it is easy to defend Kagame in the courtroom, to win the case and millions of dollars in cash from Bill Clinton. But recently, in Toronto (Canada), Bill Clinton has denied any involvement in the tragedy of Rwanda. Was it fair? A few weeks ago, I posed this question to a former counsel to Bill Clinton: How do you react to these Spanish judges who intend to stop Clinton on charges of terrorism in Rwanda and Congo in 1994 as the « Agency theory »? « Well, you know, theories are nice, but in the courtroom, they need » evidence.
But the French judge Jean-Louis Bruguiere told me several years ago: there is enough evidence implicating Clinton in the assassination of Habyarimana. The australienn lawyer and former ICTR Prosecutor Michael Hourigan confirmed the report. Former Chief ICTR Prosecutor Carla Del Ponte (Switzerland) confirmed the involvement of Bill Clinton. Kagame himself understood the danger and it is likely that he is ready to tell the truth to save his life. And former U.S. Ambassador to Rwanda Robert Flaten confirmed that U.S. Rangers were stationed on Bujumbura airport on 6 April 1994, which was sent there, what were they doing in a francophone country, and why day?
« People do not know the day Bill Clinton is arrested, but already a Spanish judge is ready to shock with America. »
Source: Audiencia Nazionale, Madrid, S

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