Thursday, June 16, 2011

Nothing Wrong With Assassination Of Rwanda's Ennemy

It's amusing how Senior correspondent for The New Times, Edwin Musoni, justifies assassination as political method by pointing to western countries that, according to him, use the same method. Especially in the context of his own question:
"should the west define the best democracy for africa or should africans define democracy thier way"

6 comments:

Aimable said...

I am African and these New Times Kagame slaves make me ashamed of being Rwandan. These Kagame yes-men are such savages they have no regard for human life whatsoever. But they should know that sooner or later there will be democracy and human rights in Rwanda. Not the "democracy" of beheading political opposition like Kagame did to the Rwandan Green Party Vice President last year. Or the democracy of shooting and killing independent journalists like they did last year. But real democracy where universal human rights are respected.

Anonymous said...

do you people even have any slight evidence that links our President to those killings? the problem is people like you are used to the old way of politics which defined Rwanda. tell me what would democracy be without the security of the people living inside Rwanda, without development and education for all???? anyway facts would speak for themselves. instead of people criticizing Rwanda and its remarkable leaders join hands with us to build Rwanda and if you cant then that's your problem. And you have no right to call people savages when they are building their country by working for it and ready to show the true face of Rwanda.

GREAT LAKES PEACE said...

its very unfortunate to have my origin in this land full of the blood thirsty people like Musoni and Kagame. However the lutta continua we Rwandans inside are waiting for the brothers and sisters abroad and diaspora to come we join our force together to install democracy in Rwanda kudos

GREAT LAKES PEACE said...

we havem ore than enough evidence that Kagame killed Habyarimana and Ntarymaira, he participated in planning and execution of Ndadaye and his cabinet, he killed thousands of Rwandan hutus since 1990s and also killed Rwandan and Congolese refugees in DRC. here are the evidence:
http://www.uidaho.edu/class/borah/symposium/rudasingwavideo
http://www.fordschool.umich.edu/news/events/?event_id=154
http://www.fordschool.umich.edu/news/events/?event_id=154
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=02b2V6hK3EQ
if you need more evidence you go to www.rwandadocumentproject.net

GREAT LAKES PEACE said...

I dont think the people assassinated are the enemies of Rwand as put by Musoni those who resist change are the real enemies of both Rwanda and Rwandans

Anonymous said...

Its progress or nothin. If u r not with The former the get out of our way...
Thats the difference between DRC and Rwanda; Philipines and Singapore!