While so-called experts claim that the Tutsi’s genocide has not been prepared before April 6, 1994, one has to listen to Jean Carbonare who, returning from
Rwanda, warned the televiewers on January 28, 1993 about the massacres of tutsi
men and about the support of the murderers by France.
Paris-Kigali 1990-1994 -
Colonial glasses, saber politics and humanitarian anointing
for a genocide in Africa
Éditions Karthala, 1999
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Hubert Védrine's confession at Defence and Force Armies Commission, National Assembly, April 16, 2014
1933 Pagès, Albert Au Ruanda, sur les bords du lac Kivu (Congo belge). Un royaume hamite au centre de l’Afrique. T. I
In « A hamite kingdom in central Africa », Father Pagès, influenced by De Gobineau, writes the history of Rwanda in terms of races. « The word “Hamites” is used to identify the Batutsi. The community of origin of the Hamites with the Semites (Egyptians or Abyssinians) seems out of dispute ».
In this story of Ruanda, canon de Lacger defines stereotypes that will fuel genocidal propaganda. « Batutsi are, no doubt, the latest to come to Rwanda [...] Their supremacy is not disputed. What is it stemming from ? From three points. The racial one, their physical type superiority [...] ; the other economic : they are magnates, whose wealth is made up of large herds of cattle [...] ; the third policy : they are men born for the command ». (p. 51)
In the middle of the genocide, while the RPF hunts the killers of eastern Rwanda, General Quesnot is worried about the creation of a « Tutsiland » with the help of Anglo-Saxons and writes to president Mitterrand : « We have the means and the relays of an indirect strategy that could restore a certain balance ».
26 septembre 1933 Servranckx, André Territoires du Ruanda Urundi. Résidence du Ruanda. Territoire d'Astrida. “Rapport de Sortie de Charge. Etabli par M. Servranckx André, Administrateur Territorial de Ière Cl. [Première Classe]. ayant administré le Territoire d'Astrida depuis le 27 Aout 1932.” 69 pages.
« One can write that distinction “ Batutsi - Bahutu ” does not include in the eyes of the native, as for us, a distinction of race, but of wealth and influence. A Muhutu owner of cows is a Mututsi »
80 tons of shells, rockets, mortars, France continues its arms deliveries to the FAR in Kigali despite the Arusha peace agreement. Willy Claes, Belgian Foreign Minister, reports that the Secretary-General of the United Nations is worried about this.
Visiting Dar-es-Salaam, ambassador Marlaud tells his Belgian counterpart that he had advised “them” to take Twagiramungu as Prime Minister
12 mai 1994 Goblet Entretien avec M. A. Gasana, ancien Ministre des Affaires étrangères et de la Coopération du Rwanda
From his meeting with M. A. Gasana, former Minister of Foreign Affairs of Rwanda, the Belgian ambassador in Dar es Salaam holds that the guilt of the presidential guard and the Rwandan army in the assassination of President Habyarimana and the massacres that have followed is virtually no doubt.
Major Ntambabazi Charles, commander of the Kanombe transport company, reveals that two para-commando companies were moved from Kanombe camp to the Kimuhurura Presidential Guard camp on April 1 or 2, 1994.
Former Captain Barril met with Rwandan government officials in Gisenyi at the end of May - early June 1994. He was introduced by Colonel Serubuga. He was accompanied by three mercenaries of white “race” within which a mortar firing specialist.
The DGSE regretted, since 1991, the increasing commitment of the French military apparatus in the Rwandan affair and recommended in writing and orally, as early as 1992, the military disengagement of France.
18 septembre 2008 Minnaert, Stefaan Les Pères Blancs et la Société Rwandaise durant l’Époque Coloniale Allemande (1900 -1916). Une rencontre entre cultures et religions, in Les Religions au Rwanda, défis, convergences et compétitions, Actes du Colloque International des 18-19 septembre 2008 à Butare/Huye, Editions de l'Université Nationale du Rwanda, Septembre 2009, pp. 53-101.
Stefaan Minnaert, former librarian of the House of the White Fathers in Rome, reveals the original documents, somewhat different from the holy story told for the edification of Christians. We learn here that at the mission of Rwaza in 1904, Father Léon Classe, future bishop of Rwanda, did not disdain to use firearms to punish the natives who refused to work on the construction of the mission. This use of force is not stranger to the death of Father Loupias in 1910.
This report of a Belgian officer from 1918 shows the attempts of the Mwami Musinga to preserve his power while his country is beset by the Europeans. Threatened by the Belgians coming from the Congo, he accepted the German domination. But the Belgians with their Force publique fought the Germans out of Ruanda-Urundi in 1916. They put the Mwami in jail for treason but then change their minds.The country is devastated by the war. The White Fathers, many of whom are French, welcome Belgians.They will further increase their power to the detriment of traditional authorities. The Mwami here confides his grievances against them. He asks that they confine themselves to their religion and stop interfering in the affairs of the country.