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Show on BBC about (Ret) LtGen Roméo Dallaire and Rwanda

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posted on Aug, 31 2005 @ 02:48 AM
Very shocking viewing there... to do with the 10 year anniversary of Rwanda.

The guy actually goes back there to confront his demons. Scary..

Even scarier is the attitude of the western powers, in his speech to the people he said (trying to remember his words literally) : "I was told not to help, and was told there is too many of you anyway."
This is obviously alluding to the supposed plan to depopluate central africa, it's sick!

Also the attitude of the belgians toward this guy was plain hostile. What with the belgians mourning the loss of 10 of their soldiers... the even had the audacity to build a monument to the 10 soldiers. forget the millions that died in the genocide... theyre not white.. they dont count.

The retired general was assaulted verbally by this belgian senator blaming him for inaction in the deaths of the 10 belgians. Again deplorable...

Any way what an eye opener that was last night.

[edit on 31/8/2005 by Corinthas]

posted on Sep, 4 2005 @ 09:20 AM

I'd also recommend 'Hotel Rwanda' as an eye opener.

It - rightly - won several awards.

It's been a very very long time since a movie brought tears to my eyes but this one did.

Those poor wretched people, so sad in the face of such vicious evil.


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