List of RTLM shareholders as per April 1994
2 January 2014
Here you can find the complete list of RTLM Shareholders as recorded in April 1994. They include several current RPF government personalities.
Governance in Post-Genocide Rwanda
24 November 2010
Yet there is consensus in the international scholarly community that Rwanda is run by a dictatorship with little respect for human rights, little attention to the fate of the vast majority of its population made up of everpoorer peasants, and little awareness of the structural violence its ambitious engineering project engenders. The regime seeks full control over people and space: Rwanda is an army with a state, rather than a state with an army.
The allegations against Paul Rusesabagina and Victoire Ingabire, or against Bernard Ntaganda and Déogratias Mushayidi, are nothing but an unmistakable sign of desperation and a diversionary tactic on the part of an increasingly isolated RPF regime trying to distract the world’s attention from the recent UN “Mapping report” documenting gruesome mass massacres, including possible genocide, by President Kagame’s army against Hutu refugees in the Democratic Republic of Congo.
A fake Inquiry on a Major Event
An analysis of the Mutsinzi Report on the 6 April 1994 attack on The Rwandan Presidential Aeroplane. There are now two radically opposed versions of the truth as to who is responsible for the downing of the presidential plane: one is in the findings of the Bruguière inquiry, the other in the Mutsinzi report. However, it would seem that both Rwanda and France, in their attempt to improve relations, are intent on sacrificing justice on the altar of political expediency. The Rwandan people deserve better.
“Commemorating the ‘Rwandan Genocide’ is certainly a noble goal, but without acknowledging the role of the current Rwandan President Kagame in the assassination of Presidents of Rwanda and Burundi, and the crimes committed by his forces in their 90-day assault to seize power in 1994, whether those crimes are called ‘Genocide’ or ‘Crimes Against Humanity,’ converts a solemn remembrance into a farce of political deception and ‘cover-up, organized by the dominant member of the UN Security Council and Kagame’s most-important backer, the government of the United States.
A sham report on the downing of former President Juvenal Habyarimana’s plane has concluded that the ex-President was killed by his own henchmen who were against the idea of sharing power with the Rwandan Patriotic Front (RPF).
What really happened in Rwanda
Researchers Christian Davenport and Allan C. Stam say the accepted story of the mass killings of 1994 is incomplete, and the full truth — inconvenient as it may be to the Rwandan government — needs to come out.
A report to the United Nations Security Council by a panel of independent experts found evidence of links between senior officials of the Congolese and Rwandan governments and the armed groups fighting in Eastern Congo. Furthermore, it has now become clear that Kagame and his RPF were the agressors and Kagame military strategy prevented both sides from using troops to stop the massacres the assassination of the two presidents touched off.
In 2008, a Spanish judge issued arrest warranties against 40 military officers of the Kagame regime. To date none of them has been arrested and brought to justice.
The well known French Judge issued arrest warrants against nine High ranking officials of the Rwandan government in November 2006. Kagame was spared because of his current position as an incumbent president.
The Rwandan Patriotic Front is responsible for unspeakable killings and other violations of human rights in the region.
The following are some of the RPF members suspects of crimes against humanity and who are in the competence of the ICTR. The International Tribunal should arrest them and judge them. Instead it has chosen to ignore all evidence against them.
Britain is Rwanda's biggest donor, pumping in £52m this year in direct contributions, a form of aid-giving reserved for those that have proved good governance. Paul Kagame, Rwanda's charismatic president, plays the guilt card with such skill that his regime has, literally, got away with murder.
The article shows how race categories have been replaced with new terms, which arise from a particular reading of the genocide. A new foundation myth for Rwanda, a form of diasporic victim nationalism, is also briefly explored. Re-labelling Rwandans from above, the state continues to exercise tight control over the public expression of political identities.