Rudasingwa the “source”, his gargantuan God complex and insanity

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I screamed loudly on Twitter earlier in the week about the publication of astory by French news agency AFP that quoted a Facebook status update of a sacked former staff member of Rwandan President Paul Kagame accusing him of a war crime as if the social media venting of a disgruntled ex-employee is somehow newsworthy.  It struck me then, as it does now, that this reflects a racist double standard.  There is no way on Darwin’s Green Earth that AFP would publish such accusations and rumours, let alone ones as old and discredited as these ones, without any second source or independent verification if the accused leader were pale of skin.  No freaking way.

But then I note the latest update from the same sacked staffer on the same Facebook page a matter of days later:

RWANDA’S RED SEA MOMENT

So here we are, like the Israelites in ancient times, trapped between our own Pharaoh ( Kagame) pursuing us and our own red sea (challenges) before us. Among us are people who are fearful, even preferring to go back to captivity. Among us are those that are easily distracted and deceived by little idols we have created for ourselves ( material stuff) forgetting the abundant promise that awaits us beyond the red sea. There are those who have hard hearts and would not wish to believe in the good news that we are diverse families, yet destined for a great promise for one strong and indivisible nation. Then we also have time to grumble about this and that. Fear, idolatry, hard and unbelieving hearts, and grumbling are what is delaying our own deliverance from this desert we have been in for too long. We must conquer these enemies first, and God will frustrate and defeat Kagame’s schemes before our own eyes.

So this guy isn’t just lacking credibility, he is completely off his rocker.  To recap, he sees Rwandans as Israelites and the “country’s challenges” as the Red Sea.  In the terms of this dreadful metaphor at least — and probably in a much greater sense –Theogene Rudasingwa is unambiguously casting himself as God.  This is insane rambling of the kind you might expect to hear from someone sitting alone in the back corner of a McDonalds.

How do you say GET BETTER SOURCES in French?

Source: http://www.thenewtasman.com/2011/10/afps-rwanda-source-doesnt-bothering-hiding-god-complex/

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2 thoughts on “Rudasingwa the “source”, his gargantuan God complex and insanity

  1. If Rudasingwa understood the Word of God and the times we are in today (New Testament time/after Christ times) he would know that the kind of red Sea experience he referring to has exposed his true motives; to plunder, kill rightful owners of property acquired through their sweat. For Rudasingwa to imagine that after God sent His Son Jesus on earth to die out of love for all mankind, God would desire to recast the Red Sea experience for Rudasingwa (aka Moses) and his followers!! to destroy Rwandan in Rwanda, plunder,kill, loot, – is share ignorance of God and Jesus.!!.
    Those who are truly led by God in their struggle will operate in Love and respect of those that are in power and to love those who don’t necessarily love you.

    Dear Rudasingwa stop using God’s name in you ignorance of His Word and Way.Humble yourself and let’s God’s will and not yours be done and ” do not be deceived for God is not mocked, for whatever one sows, that will he receive” Galatians 6:7. : (begin to see this in your own case for a change).

  2. I agree with Joyce, Rudasingwa casts himself as one led by God but does his own will and not God’s.
    This is what the Word of God says, which he should have heed before leaving Rwanda:

    Romans 13:1-3 says, “Everyone must submit to governing authorities. For all authority comes from God, and those in positions of authority have been placed there by God. So anyone who rebels against authority is rebelling against what God has instituted, and they will be punished. For the authorities do not strike fear in people who are doing right, but in those who are doing wrong. Would you like to live without fear of the authorities? Do what is right, and they will honor you.” (NLT).

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