"Hoe kon uit zuinige rupsen dit hummervolk onststaan?"
"How could out of thrifty caterpillars this HUMMER people come?"
"The problems have to be solved politicallly. That is true also concerning the genocidal hutus. President Kagame is strongly (involved) in that. The president of Rwanda sees the genocide-hutus as a threat to his country, I don't agree with that, I don't think that those genocide-hutus represent a threat to his country at all. However, that is what he says."Patrick Cammaert has stressed the need for a "political solution" before, as in this interview on youtube.
`The fact that Obama now supports our participation in these elections, it will be much harder for Kagame to call off these elections`, she says. And she adds that she can then try to introduce democracy in Rwanda as it exists in the Netherlands.
"But no nation can "end evil." Evil has existed since Cain rose up against his brother Abel and slew him. A propensity to evil can be found in every human heart. And if God accepts the existence of evil, how do Frum and Perle propose to “end” it? Nor can any nation "win the war on terror." Terrorism is simply a term for the murder of non-combatants for political ends."
"When Hezbollah, which had developed a quasi-state in south Lebanon,attempted to support Hamas, it also found that it had acquired the liabilities and vulnerabilities of a territorial state. This vulnerability,
if properly exploited, could have forced Hezbollah to return to being purely non-state actors, and in doing so would have delivered a disastrous blow to its credibility.145 That this did not occur, was because the Israeli response did not properly exploit Hezbollah's vulnerabilities, and failed in the information dimension, leaving the outcome of the “war” as a draw, with both sides claiming “victory.”
"Political institutions in the Netherlands have a distinctly national character. The Dutch parliament represents the Dutch people on Dutch territory. But how well defined are these boundaries nowadays?"
"The correlation of democratization, development and security forms the new challenge of our time". Which I translated to my proposition:
"There is a strong relation between democratization on the one hand and the war against international terrorism on the other. With that in mind it is of eminent importance to involve migrants and migrant organizations from developing countries in democratization."(both at home and abroad)
"Normally I wouldn't respond to such a fraudulent fabrication. And, at this time I deny any and all quotes attributable to me saying "I would cross over and vote for Obama." Anyone who believes such unverified nonsense coming from an unsourced publication is not too bright and doesn't deserve to participate in our voting process. While admiring Senator Obama's historic achievements I never said I would vote for him. I do find his politics dangerously too liberal.
I am available to speak to anyone personally who cares to further discuss who I plan to support in November, and be reached anytime at 703-565-6771."
"After much soul searching and conceding not agreeing totally with his political views I concluded Senator Barack Obama is the person most fitting to lead the U. S. and reinvigorate the GOP."
"Anyone who believes such unverified nonsense coming from an unsourced publication is not too bright and doesn't deserve to participate in our voting process"
"genocide and crimes against humanity and war crimes" He then adds: "One thing will be missing, though. In the modern age, prisons that hold war criminals, political murderers and other terrorists are populated mostly by brutes like Bagosora – people easily portrayed as thugs from thuggish places. So the newly convicted genocide mastermind will not have the chance to exchange thoughts with his more genteel enablers.Kevin John Heller wrote on Opinio Juris november 19th 2008:
In a just world, Bagosora might have French company in his cell block. Without steadfast support from France, which armed the genocidal regime and helped train its killers, the slaughter would have been impossible. So it seems only fair that a few French aristocrats be held responsible. One candidate would be former foreign minister Alain Juppe, who built a framework within which the slaughter could be carried out by telling the world that it was not genocide but "tribal war" in which opposing groups were equally guilty. There could also be room in the block for others who shielded the Rwandan regime as it killed, among them Edouard Balladur, Dominique de Villepin and Hubert Vedrine.
No one ever took more delight in these men's company than the lifelong Francophone Boutros Boutros-Ghali, so it would be a shame to leave him off the cellblock.
By some standards Bill Clinton too could qualify for a cell on Bagosora's block."
"Concerning the RPF’s actions, however, Kinzer is completely silent. No mention of the tens of thousands of innocent Hutus that the RPF murdered before, during, and after its rebellion. No mention of the the RPF’s authoritarian rule over Rwanda. No mention of Rwanda’s invasions of the Congo, which helped trigger the genocides there. No mention of Rwanda’s open support of the murderous Congolese rebel, Laurent Nkunda."
"that if - as the ICTR recently ruled in the "Military I" trial - alleged "masterminds" Colonel Theoneste Bagosora and fellow top Rwandan military officers engaged in no conspiracy and no planning to kill ethnic civilians, the tragedy that engulfed Rwanda in 1994 may not properly be called a "genocide" at all... "
For those who have been following the Rwandan news from a "Kinzer" perspective over the last decade will wake up one day to see that they actually have been lied to for a very long time. And that the suffering of the people in Congo is actually extended every time these articles get published in influential media in the west.