Every day it becomes ever more apparent that Congolese rulers are like irresponsible children who fan trouble, then rush to cry foul, trying to turn others (Rwanda) into a scapegoat for problems of their own doing. This time around the Tshisekedi regime has come up with yet another smear campaign against Rwanda, that the country masterminded the ongoing violent protests during which Congolese mobs are … Continue reading Kinshasa peddles delusions against Rwanda after Tshisekedi mobs’ brutal attacks on UN peacekeepers
Dear Sir, It would be futile to meet DRC regime leaders in the quest of addressing its political crises without treating some of major symptoms at hand, and with a holistic approach. Key symptoms include DRC harboring FDLR as a blacklisted genocidal and terror group, marginalization of certain sections of the Congolese population, and the genocidal violence that the Tshisekedi regime is fanning, among other … Continue reading Note to US Secretary of State Antony Blinken ahead of his visit to DRC
The honeymoon between FARDC/FDLR and the UN peacekeeping force in DRC (MONUSCO) is over now, and things have subsequently fallen apart violently. It all started with the ongoing Congolese Civil war that pits the country’s army-FARDC and FRDLR genocidal forces on one side, against the M23 movement on another. MONUSCO as usual for its strange reasons was on the side of FARDC/FDLR. The Tshisekedi regime … Continue reading The untold story why Tshisekedi directed violent rioters against MONUSCO
The United Nations peacekeeping force in DRC (MONUSCO) is under attack by Congolese looters and rioters, that also work for Tshisekedi regime. Deaths of Monusco staff have already been reported. This is exactly what objective people have been saying: the problem of Congo is Tshisekedi and his weak leadership, therefore those are internal Congolese problems. Congolese regime officials and their propaganda have been smearing and … Continue reading Violence against the United Nations in Congo further proof that Congolese issues are internal
The meetings of the Joint Permanent Commission on Rwanda and DRC and the East African Community (EAC) Heads of State that convened last Thursday, and Friday respectively re-emphasized the need to eradicate FDLR terrorist group and its splinter groups. The gatherings also deliberated on the deployment of EAC contingents in a mission to help the Congolese army (FARDC) rout FDLR and other armed militia groups … Continue reading Tshisekedi just needs to divorce himself from FDLR if regional peace mechanisms are to accomplish their mission – but does he care?