Thursday, 20 November 2008

LA JUSTICE INTERNATIONALE OU L'ARME DANGEREUSE D'UN IMPÉRIALISME MORIBOND

Elisabeth Evenson du Programme de Justice Internationale pour HRW pense que l’indépendance de la CPI est à risque maintenant. C’est pour cette raison qu’elle préconise que tous les États signataires du traité de Rome s’unissent pour défendre une CPI qui se discrédite elle-même grâce à l’excès de zèle de son Procureur, Mr Moreno Ocampo appuyé par ses ONGs promotrices, comme HRW et tant d’autre. Cette juriste de HRW dit qu’il faut défendre l’indépendance de la CPI contre ce qu’elle appelle l’ingérance politique. Elle préconise en même temps une coopération plus étroite entre États pour mener à bien toutes les arrestations. Elle va jusqu’à en fixer un délai : l’année prochaine. Pour ce faire, HRW a écrit un mémorandum aux États membres leur fixant à l’avance les sujets à discuter. Madame Evenson plaidait à la fois pour une augmentation des fonds pour faire fonctionner une court qui, à ses dix ans, n’a fait qu’accumuler des mandats d’arrêt contre des africains qui, à l’exception de Taylor et de Joseph Kony, n’ont fait que s’opposer au régime chaotique dans leur pays. Il s’agit essentiellement des Congolais de la RDC, Lubanga, Ngudjolo, Katanga et Bemba.

HRW hausse le ton parce que fort de la victoire des démocrates aux élections américaines. En effet, il est de notoriété publique que ce parti adopte généralement les vues de cette ONG, ainsi que celles de IRC, entre autres, surtout en ce qui concerne l’Afrique au Sud du Sahara. Ceux qui observent depuis longtemps la définition des crimes contre l’humanité et de génocide telle qu’elle se présente dans l’actualité, savent qu’il s’agit d’une définition forgée par ces organismes. Raison pour laquelle ce sont aussi les mêmes qui semblent intervenir activement dans la sélection des destinataires des mandats d’arrêt.

Evenson réclame la non politisation de la CPI pendant que son organisation travaille d’arrache pieds pour l’instrumentalisation de cette court pour consolider un leadership africain favorisant un nouvel impérialisme. C’est à se demander si HRW ne pourrait être aussi poursuivi pour son appui aux régimes comme celui de Kabila qui fait la guerre à son propre peuple. Quand on parle des déplacés du Nord-Kivu par exemple, des massacres et des exactions commises dans cette province, on ne voit jamais HRW, ni Moreno Ocampo brandir un mandat d’arrêt contre Kabila, ses généraux, les députes xénophobes du Nord-Kivu ou le très xénophobe Julien Paluku ! Depuis la semaine dernière, à la Haye comme à Kinshasa on s’active à propos des prétendus massacres de Kiwanja, mais on passe pieusement sous silence le long génocide que les FDLR mènent depuis 14 ans en RDC, et le calvaire que les FARDC impose à leur compatriote. Ayant reporté les faits de Kiwanja ici, je n’y reviens pas. Mais je veux surtout poser la question anglaise de « who is watching the watcher » ?

Qui gardera l’Afrique noire contre l’impérialisme juridictionnel sponsorisé par les ONGs et l’ONU elle-même. Non content de l’échec temporaire avec Bachir, Ocampo cherche les rebelles du Sud Soudan, il aurait délivré un mandat contre un héros du type de John Garang s’il vivait encore. La France s’en prend à Mme Kabuye. En attendant, les chefs des FDLR se la coulent douce en Allemagne, pays qui a, curieusement arrêté Kabuye. Nous y reviendrons, je l’impression que ceci ne fait que commencer !

7 comments:

Don said...

Hi Antoinette

It's Roberto again, a Congolese from Dublin, Ireland.

In your article "LA JUSTICE INTERNATIONALE OU L'ARME DANGEREUSE D'UN IMPÉRIALISME MORIBOND"

You have asked a beautiful question in English: « who is watching the watcher » ?

Sadly, you did not give an answer to that question. However, I can also ask you the following : In Congolese or African internal affairs, who is manipulating who ?

I didn't ask you the above question for nothing. Cause, you have to know that in Congo DR or in Africa, we have what I always called in my words: "Remote control leaders." Meaning that, we have leaders or politicians who are remotely controlled by the west to protect their interests in Africa or in DR Congo. And I presume that you are aware of this situation.

I also believe that you know exactly what happened to Lumumba, when he tried to oppose western power?

Now, you tell me how can we develop our country or protect the population, as long as all our national resources are sent to the west, in complicity with our so called leaders ?

DR Congo is like: « Un puits d’eau », where the western leaders are creating any kind conflicts, in order to be able to control our natural resources. And all of this is happening with the help of our own leaders. This is a fact, Antoinette!

I think you also know how Mobutu was used by the West. And these are the same people or the same west, that organized a rebellion, led M'ze Kabila to chase Mubutu in power... You get the picture?

In my view, ONGs, Nkunda and his rebels, Kabila, etc. they are all the same. They are all sacrificing lives of innocent Congolese people get rich. Mobutu is dead but his family remain rich... Is Mobutu different from Nkunda or J. Kabila ? You tell me ?

In conclusion, to better understand Congolese issues, you have to trace it back from Congo-belge and then you will have a clear view on how our country has been exploited for 100 years to the profit of the west. And till now, the same west doesn't want to leave Congo in peace.

Remember this Antoinette: "Le pillage des ressources naturelles reste le moteur du conflit dans l’Est de la RD Congo"

« RDC est riche en coltan, un minerai recherché qui sert à la fabrication des téléphones portables et que ses richesses sont pillées systématiquement ». Où vont ses richesses ? Qui les contrôle et par où transitent-elles ? C’est là le noeud du problème : le nerf de la guerre à l’Est de la RDC.

http://afrique.kongotimes.info/news/198/ARTICLE/7579/2008-11-08.html

Paul Kagame = Nkunda = Kabila = Monuc = ONGs = etc. They are all remote control leaders or organisations.

God bless Antoinette!

Roberto
From Ireland

Antoinette said...

I see where you are coming from and you are not telling me anything I don't know yet!!!!

Anonymous said...

Our friend in Dublin has a problem. It is the lack of distinction between up and down. Those on the top of this world are called millionaires and billionaires, the rest are the proles be they white, black or yellow. On of this millionaire species is called Joseph Kabila running Congo times and many other enterprises like his army. To get rich you have to steal. To live you have to work. To get rid of hunger you have to grow crops.
Those 10 million millionaires on the globe are in big trouble, because their luxury does not feed the poor. So the poor help themselves, grow food, rise cattle. Now comes Joseph Kabila and loots with help of MONUC. What is the sense of this? Does Laurent Nkunda steal cattle so as to bring meat to Goma, blood beef? He would not survive 10 minutes. To create misery it works like this, I quote Antoinette: "Typical vulture's operations: UNCHR too happy to build new camps instead of ressettling the farmers who have made the Kivu's reputation of "Grenier du Congo" all their lives."
That is exactly the point. If shamba power is to proceed, this must be defended and extended. Joseph Kabila boasted recently that he had reduced import tax on food. So he spills money on buying expensive food from Europe instead of supporting peasants. No, he prefers to wage war against peasants in Kivu, loot their fields and chase them into UN-camps. The hypocricy on this is fundamental.
L.

Anonymous said...

21.11.2008 11:20
Our friend in Dublin has a problem. It is the lack of distinction between up and down. Those on the top of this world are called millionaires and billionaires, the rest are the proles be they white, black or yellow. On of this millionaire species is called Joseph Kabila running Congo times and many other enterprises like his army. To get rich you have to steal. To live you have to work. To get rid of hunger you have to grow crops.
Those 10 million millionaires on the globe are in big trouble, because their luxury does not feed the poor. So the poor help themselves, grow food, rise cattle. Now comes Joseph Kabila and loots with help of MONUC. What is the sense of this? Does Laurent Nkunda steal cattle so as to bring meat to Goma, blood beef? He would not survive 10 minutes. To create misery it works like this, I quote Antoinette: "Typical vulture's operations: UNCHR too happy to build new camps instead of ressettling the farmers who have made the Kivu's reputation of "Grenier du Congo" all their lives."
That is exactly the point. If shamba power is to proceed, this must be defended and extended. Joseph Kabila boasted recently that he had reduced import tax on food. So he spills money on buying expensive food from Europe instead of supporting peasants. No, he prefers to wage war against peasants in Kivu, loot their fields and chase them into UN-camps. The hypocricy on this is fundamental.
L.

Antoinette said...

What happens to our friend Roberto in Dublin is that he is staying in the past and using a very well known type of lenses to look at the Subsaharian Africa and Congo itself. What he says here makes me guess what might be published on his site.

My friend Roberto, I am thanking you for reading my blog and keep some dialogue, but I beg to diverge with your equation. Like all wrong premisses, it can lead to wrong answers. I think that some time in the near future I may be able to prove your equation wrong, taking into account the history of the DRC from the colonial time and the current development of new Geopolitics. But for the time being I am more focused on finding the answer to the question "Who is watching the watcher". I have made of it a personal challenge; it has to do with those few guys who decided the famous "Global consensus". It's not just about money and politics, there is more, it's about trying nietzchean nihilism on a whole race, haha... I have lots of material and sources, just taking time to be thorough before I suggest any answer.
Best regards and thank you again. Thanks to L. too.

Don said...

Hi there, Antoinette

I'll be patiently waiting for your answers on : "Who is watching the watcher?"

But, Avoiding all my other questions, is like we say in diplomatic terms: "The person who avoid someone else questions, that person accept that the person who asked those questions was wright in is opinions!"

Is this how you want to put it ?

God bless you, Antoinette

Don Roberto
From Dublin

Antoinette said...

I'm a busy person, I don't avoid you questions at all I just weigh where my time is worth spending!!!!