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Himbara, the uncle Tom

As I sat in front of the computer, staring at David Himbara in that Al-Jazeera studio, all I could think of was Balaam. The biblical witch who’d been paid off to spell a curse on the people of Israel… ‘Come now‘, it says in Numbers 22:1-24:25: ‘Curse this people for me since they are too mighty for me. Perhaps I ...

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Yo, Rwandais!

At some point in Goma there were no more Rwandan men; they had all joined the struggle. If you were an able-bodied man and you were still hanging around in Goma, aunties scorned you, girls didn’t date you and grandmothers called you Chantal, Yvette, or some women’s names to mean that you are a coward. Even some young girls went, ...

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I Pay, therefore I’m right. How African Terrorists buy US Congress

‘Africa doesn’t need strong men, it needs strong institutions!’ Barack Obama declared in an epic speech to the Ghanaian parliament. Young Africans have been repeating the catch phrase ever since… If he says this, one would think, it means in his country institutions are ‘Strong’. Imagine my shock then, when I learned that Rwandan dissidents paid 440.000 USD in order ...

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Tribute to the people of India!

In this video, the devastation of British colonialism in India and the crimes of Winston Churchill to the Indian people, by Author Shashi Tharoor, from his recent book: ‘An Era of Darkness dark; The British Empire in India’. Lest we forget..

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Diane Rwigara; bless her Soul.

‘RWANDA police probing Diane Rwigara, a fierce critic of President Kagame, for suspected tax evasion and forgery.’ – This is what The East African newspaper tweeted this morning. I am not a journalist, but I keep wondering why they do this… – For one, Diane has no known individual business. Western media refers to her, at times as, ‘Rwandan women’s ...

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The Rwandan Restoration, a story in the making…

The Rwandan political culture is characterized by secrecy and unpredictability of the selection process. Even President Kagame was chosen a long time ago, by the powers that might be, while no one expected him. I can bet even himself was made aware only when the time was right. Speculators on ‘Kagame didn’t groom a successor’, completely miss the point; if ...

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Rwanda’s Vs Liberal Democracy, who won?

It hasn’t been measured, but western media’s criticism around the 2017 presidential elections in Rwanda felt more passionate than ever before. They all had the same message: ‘Rwanda, under Paul Kagame has achieved remarkable stability and progress, but Paul Kagame shouldn’t have continued because he is bad for democracy.’ A hangover piece by the Editorial Board of the New York ...

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Paul Kagame is part of the solution; always has been…

‘This Army of ours will be the pillar of change… If you are saying that you are fighting tribalism, racism, but in the end your action show tribalism, then there is no difference between you and those you are waging war against. Or if you say that those you are fighting are thieves, if you are a thief too, then ...

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The Rwandan uprising

Something remarkable happened during the just concluded elections. In a surge of temper, Kenneth Roth, the Executive Director of Human Rights Watch tweeted: ‘Rwanda trolls are using #RwandaDecides hashtag against criticism of country’s murderous dictatorship, as if anyone but Paul Kagame decides’ Indeed #RwandaDecides is the hastag that Rwandan people were using to communicate on social media throughout the electoral ...

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No ‘Goodluck Jonathan’ for Rwanda?

In the last couple of days that I visited Europe, I heard: ‘The process of changing the constitution in your country isn’t real – or democratic, because it did not emanate spontaneously from the people’ I even heard Rwandans struggle with it: ‘No! The president, the party, the government, has no hand in this…’ The truth is, nothing is spontaneous in politics – ...

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