On March 26, Rwandan military dictator Paul Kagame, known as Butcher of the Great Lakes, became the first African ruler to address America’s most powerful lobby group AIPAC, in Washington DC, on behalf of Israeli prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu. He is the only non-Jewish leader who is allowed to invoke word Holocaust or genocide for people other than Jews by the organized Jewry.
Paul Kagame was also honored with Casino Mafia Foundation’s Dr. Miriam and Sheldon Adelson Prize for Outstanding Friendship with Israel – or a friendship between two genocidal regimes by The World Values Network founded by Rabbi Shmuley Boteach. The other people who had been honored with award included Elie Wiesel.
The next day, America’s Israeli Sharif at United Nation, Nikki Haley, assured the anti-Christ crowd at the AIPAC conference that no new anti-Israel resolution would be allowed to pass under her watch. She will assume the UN Security Council’s rotating presidency next month.
In October 1996, Paul Kagame made his first official visit to the Zionist entity where he received all honors from prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu.
Robin Philpot is a Canadian politician and author of book, Rwanda and the New Scramble for Africa. He recently gave an interview to American journalist Ann Garrison in which he said: “The alliance between Israel and Rwanda was sealed during a conference in Rwanda’s capital, Kigali, held in 1995, which was organized by Paul Kagame who invited two Israeli lobbyists, Efraim Zuro of the Simon Wiesenthal Center and Michael Berenbaum of the US Holocaust Memorial Museum. The president’s office asked both to make proposals about how to memorialize the genocide in Rwanda. Efraim Zuro then became an advisor to the Rwandan government in its hunt for génocidaires, and from then on Zionists throughout the world were willing to share the use of the term genocide with Rwandan Tutsis. Israel has very jealously guarded the use of that term; they have, for example, never agreed to share it with Armenians.”
“Rwanda benefits greatly from its special relationship with Israel, which helps it maintain its reputation and position in US and UK, where Kagame is still received very well. The US and Israel also benefit from their special relationship with Kagame. In the 50s and 60s, the US had to weaken the Arab states to advance its own interests, and Israel was a very important element of its strategy. The Arab states were hostile to Israel, which was a highly militarized settler colonial state,” said Robin Philpot.