Ingabire should be mindful of what she says

Editor, I have read about and been following the return of Victoire Ingabire Umuhoza to Rwanda with a lot of.

Editor,

I have read about and been following the return of Victoire Ingabire Umuhoza to Rwanda with a lot of.

Her recently reported diatribes are utterly disgusting, hurtful and irresponsible and must not be allowed. Her insensitivity to Genocide victims and survivors is heartless. It is a defamation of our national honor and an insult to all of us as a people.

Noteworthy, however is that she is able to return, with no pre-conditions; a fact that seems to be totally lost in her (seemingly) confused, belligerent and cantankerous state of mind. The new Rwanda must seem like a dream that she needs to be awakened from.

I dare say that I speak for many Rwandans in the Diaspora: her theory of a double genocide must not be taken lightly, and I call upon the relevant law enforcement agencies to throw the book at her.

This disguised call to arms is deeply rooted in the theories of the past that plunged Rwanda into hell almost 15 years ago. They must not be tolerated.

Freedom of speech is not absolute, and Ingabire must not be given absolute carte blanche to espouse her hate theories on behalf of her handlers in Paris and Brussels who have no balls to come home and speak for themselves.

Rwanda has come far, far too far to tolerate hyenas dressed in sheep’s wool seeking to interrupt our march forward.

Willis Shalita
San Francisco, California
Willis.Shalita@calbar.ca.gov

 

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