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POPE FRANCIS’ APOLOGY FOR THE GENOCIDE AGAINST TUTSI

Much as I am a non-believer (and son of a Bishop) I find Pope Francis a different kind of Pope: he is a courageous man, and seems hell bent (pardon the pan) on fixing much of what is wrong and … Continue reading

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A MESSAGE FROM KIGALI

The 14th leadership retreat is about to conclude in Kigali, and the message from President Kagame is simple, and straightforward. He called on the leadership of Rwanda to rise up to their potential, reminding them that “we do not lack … Continue reading

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RWANDANS TAKE D.C. BY STORM

In what has become an annual ritual, leaders of Rwandan Communities across the U.S. met in Washington, D.C. at the Rwanda Embassy last weekend to assess the progress Rwanda has made, and strategize the way forward. I am not aware … Continue reading

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THE FALLACY OF AMERICAN DEMOCRACY

In the fourty six years I have lived in these United States I never thought I would see what we are seeing today. Richard Nixon is beginning to look like a saint (he was not), and his sins are beginning … Continue reading

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UMWAMI KIGELI IS HOME, AT LAST

Today, many hearts in Rwanda are at peace, and a dark and sad chapter in our history is eerily coming to an end. UMWAMI KIGELI Ndahindurwa V’s remains landed at Kigali International airport and was met by family members and … Continue reading

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RWANDA 2016: We fared well, but …

True, 2016 saw many achievements in Rwanda, if you will, more than our detractors could have thought possible. But we waste much precious time engaging our worthless detractors and outright genocide deniers who do not believe anything good can come … Continue reading

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FIDEL CASTRO: “History will Absolve me”

On October 16, 1953, in a four hour speech in his own defense in court for his attack on the Moncada military barracks that led to the Cuban Revolution, Fidel un-apologetically uttered these words. Yesterday, Fidel was laid to rest, … Continue reading

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