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Help to put Kagame behind bars!

September 13th, 2012
located in:Republic of the Congo
tags:abuse, arrest, Congo, dictator, human-rights, Kagame, rebel

The President of Rwanda, Paul Kagame, has been criticized for using western aid from Great Britain, Germany and the Netherlands to build up a "killing machine" against all those who oppose him.

And he also is under a cloud to abuse human rights in the Democratic Republic of the Congo because of supporting rebel groups in the area. After the reelection of Kagame in August 2010 the US keeps as the strongest ally extensive influence on Africa. The US abuses Kagames authority to strenghten their access to natural ressources. We come to the conclusion that aid is not the solution to improve the civil's conditions of living. The only solution we imagine is an arrest of Kagame. The below-mentioned petition supports that intention.

Paul Kagame is supporting criminals in the East of Democratic Republic of the Congo. For many years, Paul Kagame, the current Rwandan President has not ceased to support rebels who destabilize the East of the DRC and he does easily under the eyes of the international community without any consequence because he is protected by United States of America authorities for their own interests, especially of the natural resources of the DRC. We talked since years the wars and conflict mines and mining blood and western countries are accused to be involved in these conflicts. Recently, the president Barack Obama sought immunity to his friend Kagame for not be prosecuted by United States Court for its war crimes and especially the shooting down of the aircraft of former Rwandan and Burundian president Juvénal Habyarimana and Cyprien Ntaryamira. It is a pity that a democratic president elected democratically seeks immunity for a criminal dictator president elected in dictatorship.

photo: David Shankbone

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