In the first trial for genocide against the Tutsi to be held in Finland, a former Rwandan pastor, FRANCOIS BAZARAMBA was sentenced to life imprisonment. Good news indeed, and a sign that European countries are beginning to take action against scores of fugitives living freely in their countries.
Bazaramba’s trial cost the tax payer $1.8.
In its 15-page ruling the court said that Bazaramba had forced his victims to leave their homes and ordered Hutus to burn them down. This, from a man of the cloth.
The conspiracy of the church during the genocide against the Tutsi lives a bitter taste in my mouth. See, my father was a Bishop, and I am sure he is turning in his grave for the shame that the clergy have brought against their faith, not to mention the orgy of destruction they unleashed on un-suspecting faithful whom their lured to their churches for slaughter.
Will the Vatican ever find redemption ? I say not, judging from how they handled their bloody hands during the Jewish holocaust. Nothing has changed, decades later.