Saturday, 22 November 2008

LA RÉALITÉ POLITIQUE EN TRAIN DE DOUBLER L'AVENTURE MILITAIRE DE KABILA

Sur la longue route vers la paix en RDC je veux dire!
Nous nous occuperons des contradictions délibérement filtrées par David Lewis dans son article dès que d'autres occupations urgentes nous le permettront! mais en attendant, lisez entre les lignes:

http://africa.reuters.com/top/news/usnJOE4AK0QA.html

8 comments:

Anonymous said...

Chère Antoinette,
Rappelez-vous de ceci: Qui tue par l'épée meurt pas l'épée. Bone chance et que Dieu protège la RDC

Antoinette said...

Très biblique!

Anonymous said...

When I was in Congo, I had a very interesting experience. When I told them that I was no Christian, they flipped out and wanted to make gift to me in form of a woman! I was shocked. But what was the point? When I told them that I accept their religion they could not understand that a white man is not Christian. They experienced white missionaries who told them that all they believe is bad. Even punished them, did not let them go to school. In fact since 500 years white missionairies have brought Christianity with fire and sword, destroyed culture of Africa. In Rwanda genocide were involved Belgian nuns!
This cultural contradiction has infected the minds of Africans, their cultural identity how to work and how to think. It is not for nothing that Joseph Kabila had audience with German Pope in Rome. So he follows the principle eye for eye, teeth for teeth. That is his mistake. In Africa mattters are discussed by palaver, a nice institution. If Africans see sit Laurent Nkunda at table with Joseph Kabila and discussing matters, coming to terms, things will very quickly change. Nkunda's permanent offers for this and the rejection of this by Joseph Kabila shows, what kind of calibre we have to deal with.
L.

SONNY said...

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Anonymous said...

Dear Antoinette, what will you do if you have a persistent problem? Either you ignore it waiting time will care it, or you look for solutions.
Obviously, there are many different ways to address that problem and most probably solutions are not equal since you need to consider what kind of problem you have.
Here again, either you may be tempted to use brute force or to solve it otherwise.
If the problem is a stone on your way, you can push it away even break or grind it in smaller stones. You may also use it to repair your ground.
But what will you do if your problem is a deep wound on your brother's or sister's body (arm)?
Will you cut that wounded arm, even kill him/her or try to heal the wound?
What will you do if it is your house that is burning? Will you go around burning neighbor's houses to urge people helping you? No of course. I am sure you (and the reader) are a enough responsible and intelligent people to find much better solutions.

Kabila, under influence from his mentors and so said friends, tried to wipe out his brothers and sisters instead of looking for solutions by healing their wounds.
Worse, when Kabila failed to heal his citizen fellows' wounds by trying to cut their arms and to extinguish his house arson, he sent his army and militia to war. after several defeats, his choice was to create a disastrous situation by looting, raping and killing his follow citizens. And now he is trying to put fire to neighbor's houses.
The purpose of those actions are obviously to urge the international community (that has no address nor any clear identity) to help him get rid of those wrong problems when he could solve them himself with his own neighbors' help.
The disaster was done on purpose to enable foreign countries (European countries mostly) to be involved and to destroy any fair solution.
Of course, those humanitarians, a new kind of mankind, were happy to help people in camps - they aren't at all selfish - instead of letting them going back home. What a lovely attention!
Some of those NGO are even revealing that Congolese inhabitants like Nkunda and other true Kongomani's are looting their own mineral resources??!
Is this explaining us someome else got mining licenses and they are no more allowed to exploit themselves even soon, they should pay renting fees.
The fact also is, Kivu and neighborhood are the richest region of Africa by their natural and human resources. They can't develop those potential resources because of those foreign interventions.
This not biblical tale but alike.

Bagambiki.

Anonymous said...

Yes Bagambiki, I have documents here that when Belgians fled from coltan mines, supporting embargo on coltan, the local inhabitants complain not getting any money for coltan. So once Congelese take their fate in their own hands they are cheated. And there are names well known for this desaster sitting comfortably here in Europe and fuelling criminal gangs to get hold of coltan. Congo Müller now has emnancipated from white to black. An awful progress. And those fed up with this desaster are scape goated. If one has only a glimpse of intelligence one very quickly comes to some interesting conclusions. Yes you got it: couper les mains, that was what Joseph Kabila told in an interview if some politician should dare to interfere in his affairs.- I rise my voice for those killed in his torture barracks in Kinshasa, the mother who was killed by rape there and had to leave her child in Germany because she was excluded from Germany as refugee. No NGO and human right watch was heard on this. Instead they circle around in Kivu to find out how Nkunda eats children at breakfast. No my dear friends, the parasite economy and their aides are in agony because now the base is melting away like those glaciers due to climatic change, caused by them. This affects all branches, politics, economy and the conscience. What this Obama tells about change, it has happened long time ago, perhaps they have slept some time, ok, but that change began with Lumumba in Congo, with Kenyatta in Kenya and has never ended. Now Africa is on fire. Canon boats come to Somalia, blue helmets to Kivu, because their puppets do not function any more. Africa as European backyard looses its function because Europe is in decay like the US with South America. The conquistadores there must watch carefully so as not get thrown in the sea where they came from. The question is, what do people organize to go on? This is their matter. To interfere would only start the misery by new.
L.

Anonymous said...

I don't think Nkunda needs negociation anymore. That might be a fourth of fifth with same issues in different periods without any change. He's fearing the International court by killing more people. The aim of Nkunda is to get rid of the International crimes he has committed in DRC. What will be the future solution? Brassage? Mixage? Fighting FDLR by killing Banyabwisha????

Antoinette said...

A Sonny,

Nayokaka lingala mpe swahili, kihunde na kinande. Minoko ya ba mindele nayokaka eza français, anglais, espagnol mpe italien. Kasi likambo nazokamwa eza oyo: mpo na nini opekisi nga ko publier article nayo? Ozo banga nini to nani. Nga nabanganga bato te. Blogosphere eza lokola Areopage ya bandeko lokola Socrates, Platon, Aristote... Soki ozoloba vérité, ndeko na nga congolais, banga jugement ya suka, eloko mosusu te!