Rudasingwa is incensed that there is a call for the U.S. government to look into Rusesabagina’s connections to the terrorist organization, FDLR. Well, those who live in glass houses should not throw stones !
The Rwanda Embassy is well within its rights to advocate for Rwanda’s interests, and there is nothing wrong calling upon the Rwandese Community, this time in Texas, but also across this land to call for investigation of Rusesabagina’s connections to the FDLR — which he refers to as a “Rwandese liberation movement”, but the U.S. governement and the U.N. have clasified it as a terrorist organization. Did Rudasingwa NOT do this when he was Ambassador ?
It’s no surprise the two men are singing the same song : Rusesabagina and Rudasingwa have both been rejected by their fellow countrymen, and are now bent on destroying their motherland. This is 2011, not 1994. Rwandans have learnt a lesson from the rivers of blood that flowed in 1994 and have chosen to forgive and move on.
Rudasingwa and his group are now beholden to Rusesabagina who is, allegedly bankrolling them. No surprise there. There is no honor among traitors. At his last speaking engagement at UCF in Orlando this week, Rusesabagina said two things that caught my attention : 1)The 1959 genocide was “not well done.” 2) Genocide is still going on in Rwanda today.
If Rudasingwa can sleep well at night knowing his partner is of this opinion, may be he should seek immediate help from his profession that he has abandoned to champion an un-holy alliance.