Monthly Archives: December 2015

RWANDA REFERENDUM: 6 million Rwandans have spoken

The Rwanda referendum to amend the constitution and remove term limits has been completed without a glitch, much to the consternation of our enemies and detractors. Not even a squeak from the usual vociferous bunch in Paris or Brussels. In … Continue reading

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RWANDA: ICTR closes down and pokes justice in the eye yet again

The International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda is closing its doors at the end of this month in Arusha with very little to show for its existence, 21 years after the genocide against Tutsi, and $2 billion spent. Word on the … Continue reading

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This past weekend, leaders and advisors of the Rwandan Diaspora in the U.S. met at a Retreat in Washington, D.C. to share ideas on how to organize and galvanize Rwandan communities in the U.S. For the record, there were no … Continue reading

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JUDGING RWANDA : Arrogance of power at best

Rwanda has conveniently become the punching bag of the West, and one reason, among many, is because Rwanda is NOT a failed state. Not a week goes by without some cockamamie story about Rwanda in the press, in spite of … Continue reading

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