French Military Officer Ends two Decades of Silence over France’s Reprehensible Responsibility in Genocide Against Tutsi in Rwanda


Former French army officer, Guillaume Ancel, who was assigned to Operation Turquoise during the 1994 Genocide against the Tutsi, has spoken out on his experience, disclosing how he was “advised” to stay silent on the role of the so-called combat mission in Rwanda. Continue reading

In his last speech Romeo Dallaire says: 1994 France intervention in Rwanda was support to genocidaires


The speech was made on June 17, 2014

Honourable senators, may I first say a few words? I would like to use a reference from a book I have been referring to every now and again. It is a book called The Wicked Wit of Winston Churchill. I would like to start by reading a couple of passages rapidly to set the tone for what I am about to speak of in this motion. Continue reading

Declassified UN Cables Reveal Turning Point in 1994 Rwanda Genocide Against Tutsi


On April 12, 1994, six days after a plane carrying Rwanda’s president was shot down, setting off a wave of killings, Madeleine K. Albright, the American ambassador to the United Nations at the time, sent a cable to the State Department proposing that the United States take the lead in pushing to withdraw most of the United Nations peacekeeping force operating there. Continue reading