By Manzi Oremus
Today what many people have been expecting has taken place. We have all been expectantly waiting for now the day is here. The best BBC veteran journalist Jane P. Corbin has been on that Kigali infamous Hit-List. Today in the RPF mouthpiece called New Times an RPF cadre elaborated on the arch enemies of the RPF system in Rwanda and the main focus was about foreign individuals who critizes or critique RPF system. As usual today the RPF through its think tank called the National Commission to Fight Genocide Ideology (CNLG in French acronym) published a list of those people that all RPF cadres must monitor closely because they are deemed to be the threat to the big lies that RPF system has been propagating over the last 3 decades.
|BBC Journalist Jane P. Corbin|
Researchers on the Kagame Hit-List
Pierre Péan, Jane Corbin, Charles Onana, Marie-Roger Biloa, Jean-François Khan, Mtikila
Christopher a Tanzanian Bishop killed by RPF due to his work to expose Kagame's dark plans to kill President Nkurunziza, Habyarimana Juvenal, Melchior Ndadaye, Ntaryamira Cyprian, Desire Kabila, and planning to establish a Tutsi-Hima Empire in East Africa. Bishop Mitiliki was the president of the Democratic Party (DP) please see Bishop Mitiliki Christopher's video here below. Canada Geoffrey York, Judi Rever, Bernard Desgagné, Robin Philipot (‘Ça ne s’est pas passé comme ça à Kigali’), Filip Reyntjens, Bernard Leloup, André Guichaoua, Serge Dupuis, Rony Braumann, Pierre Erny, Allan Stam, Christian Davenport, Scott Straus, Lars Waldorf, Ann Garrison, Robert Krueger, Milton Allimadi, James Lyons.
Since the WWII there has never been another controversial genocide like the one that President Kagame and his people have worked so hard to defend. Usually, a genocide should not be questionable because its definition is very clear. However, because the Rwandan genocide was more of a political product designed to help the Tutsi led the Rwandan Patriotic Front which was doing anything possible to see the killing taking place in Rwanda in order to gain the then much needed international political support, the Rwandan genocide does not meet international threshold to be called so. Before we go further let's look at the UN Definition of the word genocide.
Any of the following acts committed with intent to destroy, in whole or in part, a national, ethnical, racial or religious group: Killing in Rwanda was first caused by the shooting down of the presidential plane which was carrying two Hutu presidents Habyarimana Juvenal of Rwanda and Ntaryamira Cyprian of Burundi who were killed by RPF under Paul Kagame command. Hutus did not have intent to wipe out Tutsis because unlike Tutsis who dont marry Hutu women, many Hutus had married to Tutsi women. Here we have to remember that for a Tutsi man to marry a Hutu is an abomination because Tutsis think that Hutus are second class citizens. This is why when Kagame got power he took all Hutu kids to the Iwawa Island in Lake Kivu among them are underage boys. In fact many Tutsis who survived were protected by Hutus. This is obvious in so many testimonies Tutsi survivors had been giving to the public.
Imposing measures intended to prevent births within the group; [and] forcibly transferring children of the group to another group: The previous regimes in Rwanda did never ask Tutsis not to reproduce unlike the Kagame regime which has recently introduced vasectomy targeting Hutu population in order to prevent them for giving birth. Unlike Paul Kagame and his Tutsi tribe many Hutus are still marrying to Tutsi women but Tutsis and RPF government have put heavy punishment to Tutsi male who will try to fall in love with a Hutu woman. This shows that the RPF government continues its genocidal ideology to make sure that by 2034 Hutus will be the minority to ensure the RPF democratic survival in Rwanda.
A brief analysis of the Rwandan genocide based on the above UN definition we will find that politics played a great role by those in power such as Bill Clinton the former US president and the former British prime minister Tony Blair together with the Richard Duane "Rick" Warren is an American evangelical Christian pastor and author. He is the founder and senior pastor of Saddleback Church, an evangelical megachurch in Lake Forest, California. Without the UN lobbying over the claim of genocide in Rwanda you can see that the Rwandan genocide does not meet the international threshold of genocide.
Lawyers on Kigali Hit-List
Me Luc de Temmerman, Me Raphaël Constant, Me Peter Erlinder, Me Christopher Black, and Me Jean Yaovi Degli, Bruguière na Fernando, Fernando Andreu Merelles.
Missionaries on Kigali Hit List
Serge Desouter, Guy Theunis, Jef Vleugels, Leopold Greindl, Arnold de Schaetzen, Walter Aelvoet, Philippe de Dorlodot, Padiri Jean Chaptal, and Madeleine Raffin.
Foreign Military on the New RPF Hit-List
Gen. Jean Claude Lafourcade, Gen. Jacques Hogard, Gen. Michel Robardey, Gen. Didier Tauzin, Cpt Paul Barril. Col Luc Marchal, and the Senegalese Capt Deme.
International NGOs on the Kagame Hit-List
Christiaan de Beule, Martine Syoen members of the SOS Rwanda-Burundi, Marcel Colart, Dr Helmut Strize, a Germany who worked with GTZ in Rwanda and helped a lot in his testimoies to exonerate many innocent Rwandans in Arusha.
|Christian de Beulle|
Legal definition of genocide
Genocide is defined in Article 2 of the Convention on the Prevention and Punishment of the Crime of Genocide (1948) as "any of the following acts committed with intent to destroy, in whole or in part, a national, ethnical, racial or religious group, as such: killing members of the group; causing serious bodily or mental harm to members of the group; deliberately inflicting on the group conditions of life calculated to bring about its physical destruction in whole or in part1 ; imposing measures intended to prevent births within the group; [and] forcibly transferring children of the group to another group.
|Professor Fillip Retjens|
|Profs. Allan Stam and Christian Davenport|
Alain Juppé was the French minister of foreign affairs under President François Mitterand, Hubert Védrine, Edouard Balladur, Dominique de Villepin, and François Léotard, the former French Minister of Interior and Security François Léotard.
Edouard Balladur was the French Prime minister and Dominique de Villepin who was also a French Prime Minister (2005-2007), are accused of accepting that there is only something called the Rwandan genocide. This is because out of 1 million Rwandans died in 1994, only 340,000 were Tutsis the rest were Hutus and Twas massacred by the RPF and its allies.
Jane Corbin is accused of her contribution to the scholar work portrayed in the BBC film the ‘Rwanda’s Untold Story' of which Rwanda, especially Paul Kagame has not recovered from. The documentary was so well researched to the point that unlike other works on Rwanda, Kigali lacked anything to counter the facts in that film (please press here to watch the Rwanda Untold Story Film).