RUDASINGWA : Facts don’t matter.

On August 2, 2011, in a letter titled ‘VERY URGENT” and addressed to the Canadian Prime Minister, Rudasingwa petitioned the Canadian government to stop the Rwandan Youth Camp that was scheduled for August 4 – 8, 2011. His reason : this was a militia training camp organized by the Rwandan government.

In this bizzare letter, Rudasingwa goes on to compare this Youth Camp to the training of INTERAHAMWE and IMPUZAMIGAMBI by the Habyarimana genocidal regime in the 1990s.

For the record : Rudasingwa is now in the same bed with FDLR, Interhamwe and the likes. And he has the nerve to speak.

As to be expected, the Canadian government and local police department paid no mind to what has become Rudasingwa’s signature : irrational, made up and moronic accusations.

On a good note : the Youth Camp was a roaring success, teaching and instructing our children the following;

1.Rwandan folklore.

2Rwandan history.

3. How the 1994 genocide against the Tutsi could have been avoided.

4. Rwanda and regional integration.

5. Surviving the holocaust : Testimony by Dr. Truda Rosenberg.

If this was a militia training camp, I say we should organize more !

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One response to “RUDASINGWA : Facts don’t matter.

  1. It is unfortunate how greedy and insensitive Mr Rudasingwa has become be. He was once the chairman of the ruling party (RPF) in rwanda and Rwanda Ambassador in the USA. What is wrong with youth gathering? Has he ever heard about scout Jamborees or World Christian Youth conventions. How could it unsual for Rwanda youth to gather together and learn about their culture?

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