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.
Rwanda: autopsy of a genocide
La marche du siecle (Folder : States of emergency) - France 3
September 21, 1994
As the genocide against the Tutsi has barely ended, this report
shows that it is not due to an immemorial ethnic hatred but that it was
programmed by the Habyarimana regime and that France has supported and trained
militarily the killers
Night and fog over Rwanda
Jean Chatain's articles for the newspaper L'Humanité
during the Tutsi's genocide in 1994
Izuba editions, January 2020
Paris-Kigali 1990-1994 -
Colonial glasses, saber politics and humanitarian anointing
for a genocide in Africa
Éditions L'Harmattan, 1999
The double genocide theory undermined
Patrick de Saint-Exupéry
Une odyssée au cœur de l'Afrique
Les Arènes, 2021
La France au cœur du génocide des Tutsi
by Jacques Morel
Version v2.30, 7 April 2021, 65 Megs, 1600 pages
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 ».
Colonel Rosier, commander of the special forces, refused to disarm militiamen, saying : The militiamen are waging war. For the sake of neutrality, we do not have to intervene. Otherwise, tomorrow, if there is any rebel infiltration, we will be blamed.
In a serious tone, President Emmanuel Macron recognizes on the one hand the responsibility of France in the genocide of the Tutsi while denying on the other hand denying its involvement in the events. He affirms France's good intentions and grants it the right to make mistakes and clumsiness. The establishment of the interim Government by Colonel Bagosora in close collaboration with the French Ambassador Jean-Michel Marlaud notably contradicts his speech and proves on the contrary that France has played a decisive role in the genocidal process. He also resorts to the argument of the responsibility of the international community, omitting the fact that France has used its seat as a permanent member of the Security Council to abuse the United Nations by pretending to recognize the genocide and by allowing its perpetrators to take flight. He finally recognizes a debt to the victims.
Report by the law firm Levy-Firestone-Muse commissioned by Kigali (this report is rich in Rwandan, French and American archives). The investigators of the American cabinet conclude that "the French state bears a heavy responsibility for having made possible a foreseeable genocide". Unlike the Duclert report, they believe that "the French state was neither blind nor unconscious about the genocide". But, probably for diplomatic reasons, they do not dwell on individual responsibilities.
26 mars 2021 Duclert, Vincent La France, le Rwanda et le génocide des Tutsi (1990-1994) - Rapport remis au Président de la République [Rapport et notes fusionnés]
An important step to shed light on the truth hidden in State documents. But the concealment of facts already known makes it possible to hide the evidence of an complicity, or even a conspiracy with the perpetrators of the Tutsi genocide.
17 décembre 2020 Base de données France Génocide Tutsi - Lettre d'information no 3
Some sections: Relocation of anti-aircraft batteries - The United States did not support the RPF - The anti-aircraft threat in Kigali in April 1994 - De Grossouvre would have warned Mobutu - The assassination of Joseph Kavaruganda - 500 Belgian soldiers banned from landing in Rwanda - For the CIA, the attack and the massacres were initiated by the Hutu extremists - The RPF denounces the genocide on April 13, 1994 - The weapons bought in the Seychelles thanks to the BNP - History of Rwanda - Etc.
The article in Le Canard enchaîné of October 28, 2020 arouses controversy over historian Julie d'Andurain who wrote a notice on Operation Turquoise in the 2018 edition of the Dictionary foreign operations of the French army . She makes gross factual errors and numerous omissions. Instead of talking about the genocide of Tutsis, she mentions massacres between Hutus and Tutsis. It is the participation of this historian in the commission on Rwanda chaired by Vincent Duclert that rises a problem. Blamed, Julie d'Andurain said she was the victim of a media lynching and alerted his fellow researchers who have published a message of support. Following the protest of two historians who considered that d'Andurain's text was at the heart of the negation, the majority of the members of the board of the French Society for the History of the Overseas (SFHOM), which had defended d'Andurain, have resigned. Eventually, Vincent Duclert took note of Madame d'Andurain's decision to withdraw from the work of the Commission.
30 septembre 2020 Exécution d'un mandat d'arrêt international et génocide [des Tutsi] rwandais
The Court of Cassation dismisses the appeal brought by Félicien Kabuga against his surrender to the International Mechanism which succeeds the International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda trying those presumed responsible for the genocide of the Tutsi in Rwanda in 1994
3 juillet 2020 Gras, Romain Génocide des Tutsi : la justice française referme le dossier sur l'attentat contre l'avion de Juvénal Habyarimana
The Paris Court of Appeal upheld the dismissal in the investigation into the April 6, 1994 attack on President Juvénal Habyarimana's plane. Opened in March 1998, this investigation led Judge Bruguière to accuse Paul Kagame of having committed the attack against President Habyarimana and provoked the genocide of the Tutsi in order to take power. He was contradicted by the expertise carried out in Kigali at the request of his successor. The shot that brought down the plane was said to have originated from the Kanombe military camp or its immediate surroundings. An attack by Hutu Power extremists seems the most likely scenario. In conclusion, the French judge therefore dismissed the case in favor of the relatives of Paul Kagame accused by Judge Bruguière. This case, which caused the breakdown of diplomatic relations, is not yet closed. France has no ambassador in Kigali since 2015.
12 juin 2020 Le Conseil d'État statuant dans sa formation la plus solennelle [sur la consultation anticipée de certaines archives du Président François Mitterrand par François Graner]
The Conseil d'Etat's decision invokes Article 15 of the Declaration of the Rights of Man and of the Citizen society has the right to hold any public official to account for his administration, which guarantees the right of access to public archive documents, as well as article 10 of the European Convention for the Protection of Human Rights and Fundamental Freedoms relating to freedom of expression, from which may result - under certain conditions - a right of access to information held by the State.
16 mai 2020 Un des principaux génocidaires rwandais arrêté par les gendarmes après 25 ans de cavale
Félicien Kabuga, membre de l'Akazu, président du comité d'initiative de la RTLM et financier présumé du génocide, a été arrêté en France après 25 ans de cavale.
Sam Kiley recounts how Father Curic, met in Kibuye on June 25, 1994, urged him to go to Bisesero where he discovered that Tutsi killings were continuing. On June 26, on his way to Goma by Gisenyi, he meets a French military convoy. He alerts Captain Eric Bucquet and shows him Bisesero on the map as recorded by a CNN footage. The French will not help the Tutsi. On June 29, Kiley returns to Gishyita near Bisesero and warns captain Marin Gillier, who does not want to hear anything. On June 30, Kiley precedes him in Gisovu and with Michel Peyrard of Paris-Match, they will find survivors in Bisesero. Peyrard will warn Captain Dunant and Chief Warrant Officer Prungnaud to initiate the rescue operation.
On November 1990, Colonel Rwagafilita told General Varret I ask you these weapons, because I will participate with the army in the liquidation of the problem. The problem is very simple : Tutsis are not very numerous, we will wipe them out.Back in Paris, General Varret reports but in vain. On 1993, he is ousted from the command of the Military Cooperation Mission by a military lobby close to the president François Mitterrand who « did not want to take into account the risks of this policy of support to Habyarimana ». Unfortunately, adds Varret, « the history proved it was an offence, more than a mistake, since it resulted in genocide »
About the attack on Rwandan President Habyarimana, Mediapart and Radio France reveal a note from the intelligence service (DGSE) that the two main sponsors are Colonels Théoneste Bagosora and Laurent Serubuga, the latter being in France. This note confirms Jean Birara's testimony of 26 May 1994. Why was this DGSE note of 22 September 1994 never taken into account?
While the French command claims that Lieutenant-Colonel Duval alias Diego did not report on his meeting on June 27, 1994 with Tutsi hunted in Bisesero, a video of the following day shows Sergeant Meynier informing of this tragic situation Colonel Rosier who seems not to worry about it. He will not give orders to rescue them.
In the judicial investigation into the attack on the plane of President Habyarimana, the Paris prosecutor's office requires a dismissal in favor of Rwandans indicted by Judge Bruguière.He does not identify the clues that lead to establish a French complicity with the perpetrators of the attack: presence of French soldiers at the scene of the crash, disappearance of the plane's black box and missile debris, role of former Captain Barril, presence of Mistral missiles in Kigali...
After 61 years of lies, the President of the Republic recognizes that the mathematician Maurice Audin was assassinated by French soldiers in Algiers in 1957 and that such "disappearances" were counted by thousands in Algeria.
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.
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.
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. The French military apparatus was presumptuous over its means, out of step with reality, unaware of its ignorance of the field.
Wolfgang Blam, a German doctor, stayed in Kibuye until mid-May 1994. He tried to help the Tutsi parked in the stadium but they were murdered. His brothers-in-law and Beatrice, the wife of the director of the hospital, Camille Kalimwabo, and their four children were also exterminated. With his wife Jackie and their newborn son, they became hunted like wild beasts until rescued by german fellows through Lake Kivu. His account of the events is precise, cold and scathing. Original in German
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.
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 1st or 2, 1994.
On June 26, 1994, a CNN team followed a French military convoy from Goma, Zaire, to Kibuye, Rwanda. They meet journalists including Sam Kiley of the Times who are returning from Bisesero and alert Captain Eric Bucquet on the situation of the last Tutsi survivors who are still hunted down. Kiley shows him Bisesero on the map. Journalists Patrick de Saint Exupery of Le Figaro and François Hugeux of L'Express will recount this meeting. But the French military will continue to allow the massacres until June 30 return to Bisesero, Sam Kiley helped Michel Peyrard Paris-Match convince French soldiers to rescue the survivors.
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.
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.
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 »