Historic Rwanda Genocide Trial in France

France: some twenty years after Paul Kagame’s U.S. supported invasion of Rwanda resulted in genocide, the UN’s International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda (ICTR) with 95 indictments (exclusively of Black Africans) since 1994, is being phased out. On February 4th France under its laws of universal jurisdiction charged Pascal Simbikangwa with complicity in genocide. Referred to…

Peace Keepers or Biological Warfare Agents ?

  PEACE-KEEPERS OR BIOLOGICAL WARFARE AGENTS ? By Venatrix Fulmen   A Call to End the Deadly Impact of Foreign Troopers on Innocent Civilians OUTBREAK   +++Cholera+++RiftValleyFever+++MarburgFever+++DengueFever+ ++YellowFever+++HIV/AIDS+++Malaria+++AvianFlu+++SwineFlu++ +++HantaVirus+++ and so on – these lines run through the news tickers of media agencies every day. In well-off societies, at least the pharmaceutical industries are interested…

The Arms Trade : Who sells the weaponry?

Who sells the weaponry? [Not the breaking news but a good mapping of the arms trade behind the regional conflicts] by Gideon Burrows Unsurprisingly, the West dominates the world arms market in terms of sales. Over the last six or so years, the US has towered over the other countries in weapons sales, clocking up…

List of ongoing Conflicts : Updated on April 2 2013

AFRICA: (24 Countries and 115 between militias-guerrillas, separatist groups and anarchic groups involved) Hot Spots: Central African Republic, Darfur, Democrati Republic of Congo, Libya, Mali, Nigeria, Puntland, Somalia, Somaliland –Algeria: fights between regular army and: al-Qaeda Organization in the Maghreb (AQIM) or al-Qaeda in the Islamic Maghreb (AQIM) since 2005 (known in the past as…

‘Drone’ a Dirty Word in the UN Lexicon

Inter Press Service, 7 February 2013 The “drone”, one of the eminently controversial lethal weapons deployed by the United States in its war against terrorism, is obviously a dirty word in the U.N. lexicon. ‘Drone’ a Dirty Word in the UN Lexicon United Nations — The “drone”, one of the eminently controversial lethal weapons deployed…

Congo-Kinshasa: U.S. Assistant Secretary Carson’s Remarks On ‘Finding a Lasting Solution to Instability’

document U.S. Assistant Secretary of State for African Affairs Johnnie Carson has said that the country should be a political and economic powerhouse, given its precious materials, fertile soil and unparalleled hydroelectric potential. U.S. Department of State Testimony of Assistant Secretary Johnnie Carson, Bureau of African Affairs at the U.S. Department of State, before the United States…

Low-Intensity Warfare In Africa: The US “Policy Wonks” Behind Covert Warfare & Humanitarian Fascism

by Keith Harmon Snow [Link to Original Article] Tue, 09/04/2012 From the 1980s to today, an elite group of Western intelligence operatives have backed low-intensity guerrilla warfare in certain African ‘hotspots’. Mass atrocities in the Great Lakes and Sudan can be linked to Roger Winter, a pivotal U.S. operative whose ‘team’ was recently applauded for…

We are Preparing for Massive Civil War, Says DHS Informant

What kind of event would allow the president to define as terrorists all gun owners opposed to gun confiscating executive orders? What would it take to link 2nd amendment with al Qaeda? Or is this government incapable of black-op false-flag operations?

AFRICOM’s Imperialist Quest

By Burkely Hermann January 12 2013 “Information Clearing House” –  In the morning after Christmas, I listened to a video from Democracy Now! detailing the day’s headlines. What I heard announced by Amy Goodman angered me greatly: “U.S. Army teams will be deploying to as many as 35 African countries early next year for training…

UN : Killing softly DRC with sanctions

2013-01-01 07:40 New York – The UN Security Council slapped an arms embargo on Monday on M23 rebels and their alleged Rwandan allies, the FDLR, amid a flare-up of violence in the Democratic Republic of Congo’s eastern region. The council committee tasked with monitoring sanctions on the Congo also imposed a travel ban and asset…

UK aid financed Museveni and Kagame’s mass killings

[source] http://salem-news.com/articles/december272012/kagame-connections-jf.php  Jennifer Fierberg, MSW Salem-News.com The assassinations of three Presidents in the Central African region are linked to President Paul Kagame. (WASHINGTON DC) – One of the most profound and saddening statements I have read recently was made by Kambale Musuvuli, a Congolese activist and spokesperson for Friends of the Congo; he said, “Congo…

Exposing U.S. Agents :Warfare & Humanitarian Fascism

[SOURCE] SPECIAL REPORT:   EXPOSING U.S. AGENTS OF LOW-INTENSITY WARFARE IN AFRICA The “Policy Wonks” Behind Covert Warfare & Humanitarian Fascism This special report includes three unpublished video clips of interviewees from the Politics of Genocide documentary film project: Ugandan dignitary Remigius Kintu, former Rwandan prime minister Fautisn Twagiramungu, and Nobel peace prize nominee Juan…

End support for DRC rebels – Clinton

2012-11-29 09:41 Hillary Clinton (File, AP) Washington – US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton on Wednesday called on all regional African leaders to halt any support for the M23 rebels in the Democratic Republic of Congo. Highlighting that 285 000 people have fled their homes since the rebels began their advance in eastern DRC in…

M23 tragedy manufactured by Rwanda and Uganda

by Milton Allimadi Joseph Kabila was in Kampala Nov. 20 meeting with Rwanda’s Gen. Paul Kagame and Uganda’s Gen. Yoweri Museveni as the Congo city of Goma fell. All three will spin the outcome of the meeting to come out as “winners.” M23 rebels organized a rally Nov. 21 at Goma’s Stadium of Volcanoes Wednesday,…

Foreign meddling brings DRC chaos

2012-11-23 09:06 New York – How could a rebel band that started with just a few hundred men take over a huge chunk of Africa’s biggest country, set presidents against each other and leave the United Nations reeling? Easy when it is the Democratic Republic of Congo, according to analysts and diplomats, who say a…

From “Blood Diamond” to “Blood Coltan”:the Rape of the DR Congo

[Source] In 2003, motivated by the savagery of civil wars in Sierra Leone and Liberia, 75 countries joined a U.N.-sponsored global initiative to prevent trade in “conflict diamonds,” popularly referred to as “blood diamonds.” Conflict diamonds are gems mined in areas afflicted by armed conflict, the proceeds of which go to purchase arms and other…

UN mulls using drones in DRC conflict

UNITED NATIONS November 23 The United Nations wants to use drones for the first time to monitor fighting in the eastern Democratic Republic of Congo, where Rwanda has been accused of aiding rebels, officials said on Friday. Peacekeeping chiefs have been in contact with the governments of DR Congo and of Rwanda about the sensitive…

“When war is declared, Truth is the first casualty.”

“In reality, do you really need a war?” — Vietnam veteran and Medal of Honor recipient Al Rascon “Peace cannot be kept by force. It can only be achieved by understanding.”–  Albert Einstein Read the three pages here I spent almost half an hour trying to avoid to add categories  from geo-locations that a war…

A Profitable Genocide: Rwanda and Uganda Annex Eastern Congo

  A Black Agenda Radio commentary by Glen Ford Another United Nations report has been leaked, documenting Uganda and Rwanda’s de facto annexation of the eastern Congo and complicity in a genocide that has claimed six million lives. “The blood of millions flows into the ground, while billions of dollars in minerals are extracted from…