“The genocide in Rwanda was one hundred percent responsibility of Americans,” Boutros Boutros-Ghali (married to a Jewish woman), former UN secretary-general, as quoted by Robin Philpot in his book, ‘Rwanda and the New Scramble for Africa: From Tragedy to Useful Imperial Fiction’.
This April marks the 20th anniversary of the 1994 African Holocaust in Rwanda. The anniversary will provide the western Judeo-Christian warmongers another opportunity to say; “We must prevent another Rwanda” happening in Syria, Ukraine and Sudan. However, the Zionist-controlled mainstream media will ignore the fact that both Obama administration and the organized Jewry is currently sharing the same bed with the man who was responsible for the Holocaust in Rwanda, Paul Kagame, the current president of Rwanda.
The question is why the Jews who hate Adolph Hitler for the genocide of European Jews would love Kagame, the mass killer of African people? The answer is simple. Paul Kagame has become a close African ally of the Zionist regime.
Last September, Kagame visited Ottawa on the invitation of the ‘poodle of Zionism’, Canadian prime minister Stephen Harper. Same month, Kagame was honored in New York by two Jewish supremacist, Elie Wiesel and Rabbi Shmuley Boteach, author of ‘Kosher Sex’ and ‘spiritual guru’ of pop singer Michael Jackson, anti-Iran Jewish billionaire Sheldon Adelson and Jewish Hedge Fund manager Michael Steinhardt.
“He is the only living man to stop the genocide,” Boteach to his guests at the dinner. “He is the personal friend of the Jewish people.”
Who would know better than Vladimir Putin and Russians that world’s greatest mass killers were Jewish and not Hitler. Harvard’s Jewish historian Dr. Niall Ferguson in his 2006 book, The War of the World, confirmed that some of the greatest mass murderers of modern times were Jewish.
David Swanson posted (March 28, 2014) an article, entitled, ‘Lies about Rwanda means more wars if not corrected‘, which is worth reading.
Urge the ending of war these days and you’ll very quickly hear two words: “Hitler” and “Rwanda.” While World War II killed some 70 million people, it’s the killing of some 6 to 10 million (depending on who’s included) that carries the name Holocaust. Never mind that the United States and its allies refused to help those people before the war or to halt the war to save them or to prioritize helping them when the war ended — or even to refrain from letting the Pentagon hire some of their killers. Never mind that saving the Jews didn’t become a purpose for WWII until long after the war was over. Propose eliminating war from the world and your ears will ring with the name that Hillary Clinton calls Vladimir Putin and that John Kerry calls Bashar al Assad (and Netanyahu called Ahmadinejad).
Get past Hitler, and shouts of “We must prevent another Rwanda!” will stop you in your tracks, unless your education has overcome a nearly universal myth that runs as follows. In 1994, a bunch of irrational Africans in Rwanda developed a plan to eliminate a tribal minority and carried out their plan to the extent of slaughtering over a million people from that tribe – for purely irrational motivations of tribal hatred. The U.S. government had been busy doing good deeds elsewhere and not paying enough attention until it was too late. The United Nations knew what was happening but refused to act, due to its being a large bureaucracy inhabited by weak-willed non-Americans. But, thanks to U.S. efforts, the criminals were prosecuted, refugees were allowed to return, and democracy and European enlightenment were brought belatedly to the dark valleys of Rwanda.
Something like this myth is in the minds of those who shout for attacks on Libya or Syria or the Ukraine under the banner of “Not another Rwanda!” The thinking would be hopelessly sloppy even if based on facts. The idea that SOMETHING was needed in Rwanda morphs into the idea that heavy bombing was needed in Rwanda which slides effortlessly into the idea that heavy bombing is needed in Libya. The result is the destruction of Libya. But the argument is not for those who pay attention to what was happening in and around Rwanda before or since 1994. It’s a momentary argument meant to apply only to a moment. Never mind why Qaddafi was transformed from a Western ally into a Western enemy, and never mind what the war left behind. Pay no attention to how World War I was ended and how many wise observers predicted World War II at that time. The point is that a Rwanda was going to happen in Libya (unless you look at the facts too closely) and it did not happen. Case closed. Next victim!