Genocidaires’ Disciples and Their Useful Dupes (Part V)

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By: Tom Ndahiro

The more Charles Kambanda maligns Rwanda and well-known positions of civility, supposedly in defence of President Yoweri Museveni or his imaginary freedom of expr Continue reading

Habyarimana yashatse kurara i Dar es Salaam kubera ubwoba

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Na: Tom Ndahiro

Ndahamya ko ibinyoma byagiye bivugwa ku iyicwa rya Habyarimana, ari ho ha mbere hakurangira uwamwishe. Ibinyoma byakwijwe n’abasirikare bakuru bo mu ngabo zatsinzwe barimo na Jenerali Gratien Kabiligi. Ku itariki ya 8/9/1995, Umubiligi witwa Filip Reyntjens, yandikiye Gratien Kabiligi amusaba amakuru ku iyicwa rya Perezida Juvenal Habyarimana, cyane cyane ku bivugwa kuri FPR-Inkotanyi. Continue reading

My Nightmares of Kibeho and Beyond

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By: Tom Ndahiro

As a survivor and witness of the 1994 genocide against the Tutsi in Rwanda I have many nightmares. Some of the bad dreams and memories, are not from the time of genocide itself, but from several months later, after I had made a trip to the south west of Rwanda—to Kibeho where some of the most horrific acts of genocide were committed. Continue reading

Mutarama 1994, Ambasaderi w’Ubufaransa mu Rwanda yatangaje ko Abatutsi bazicwa

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Na: Ndahiro Tom

Abahakana Jenoside yakorewe Abatutsi bahakana ko yateguwe. Abayikoze, abayihakana n’abayikora ntibashaka ko uko kuri kumenyekana ngo kwibukwe uko kuri. Uburyo bwonyine bwo gutuma bitazibagirana ni ukwibutsa amateka y’uko byagenze hakavugwamo ababikoze igihe babikoreye n’aho babikoreye. Muri ibyo hakanibutswa ba nyiramukubitwa babirenganiyemo, abahohotewe ndetse n’abishwe. Mu gihe bamenyekanye amazina yabo akavugwa, akandikwa akibukwa. Continue reading

Genocidaire’s Disciples and Their Useful Dupes (Part IV)

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By Tom Ndahiro

Genocide ideologues never cease to create and recreate forums to sustain their toxic isms. The political juggling and tricks packaged as human rights activism and Democratic campaigning, are recycled over and over again. In the planning and execution phases of the genocide and the subsequent denial, metaphoric catchphrases are liberally employed. To those in the know, the metaphors serve as encrypted verses for extermination. Continue reading