The Untold Stories: America celebrates Kagame day not Rwandan Day.

Kagame posing for a photo with a young person As Europe continues to be a hostile ground for President Kagame,he  has decided to crisscross the United States of America almost every moth preaching the gospel of lies concerning what he calls the economic success, reconciliation and shamelessly democracy .Together with his wife, the Kagame’s have been giving lectures to their admirers in some parts of United States were some people have little or no knowledge  on the atrocities against humanity  of the remaining Pinochet(Kagame) on the African Continent. Mrs Jeannette Kagame in her…

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Kagame started the genocide in Rwanda, then Congo

In protest of Rwanda Day, Atlanta, Georgia, Sept. 20, 2014 Click to enlarge To the City of Atlanta, former Mayor Andrew Young and Bernice King: Individuals and organizations listed below have come to know that the President of Rwanda, Paul Kagame, is organizing what he calls Rwanda Day, a meeting with the Rwandan Diaspora and the American public in the city of Atlanta. We, the Congolese and Rwandan Diaspora, indigenous of the Congo and Rwanda, together with friends of these two countries, denounce and strongly condemn the fact that the…

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“Nothing in the world is more dangerous than sincere ignorance and conscientious stupidity’

By Jennifer Fierberg Rwanda Day 2014 is underway in Atlanta, Georgia under the praise of Andrew Young, an American politician, diplomat, activist and pastor from Georgia and former member of Congress. Mr. Young is a longtime supporter of the controversial President, Paul Kagame of Rwanda and advocates for him on Capitol Hill. Anyone who follows Rwandan news and her supporters know who Paul Kagame rubs shoulders with; Rick Warren, Former President Bill Clinton, Andrew Young, Bill Gates and many more very rich and very famous social figures. Yet, a newcomer…

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Moral Mondays Come to Atlanta, Georgia : Africa can learn !!!

Courtesy of Moral Monday GeorgiaATLANTA – The Moral Monday protests that began in North Carolina in 2012 in response to extreme right-wing policies are spreading to Georgia.

Over the past year, droves of activists in North Carolina have descended on the state legislature building to demand that lawmakers reverse some of their more brutal policies such as cutting unemployment benefits, refusing to expand Medicaid, and rolling back voting rights. Thousands of people showed up for North Carolina’s Moral Mondays to disrupt the legislative session with acts of civil disobedience, resulting in the arrests of more than 900 individuals.

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