"This child-to-parent relationship has to end ... there has to be a minimum respect''Interesting remark coming from a regime that sees it's own citizens as babies, as Senator Aloysia Inyumba, the former General Secretary of Rwandas National Unity and Reconciliation Commission and also a prominent RPF leader, made clear during the rigged 2010 Presidential elections:
“the ordinary citizens are like babies. They will need to be completely educated before we can talk about democracy”.Apparently oldschool revolutionary rhetoric is all the regimes in Kigali and Kampala and their propaganda machines have to offer in response to solid evidence of their sustained destabilisation efforts in eastern Congo. Facts are stubborn things, as State Department spokeswoman Victoria Nuland said yesterday:
'the United States also has its own evidence of Rwandan involvement in the upheavals, but believed the UN report was "quite comprehensive and quite concerning.'Who are the journalists in Tanzania, Kenya, Burundi, Uganda and Rwanda fighting this oldschool revolutionary narrative? That's the central issue here. The East African Community needs a Donald Tusk type politician that ends these nostalgic tendencies.