What is good for the goose, is good for the gander

Editor, I’m a Rwandan still living in the Diaspora (Australia to be exact). I greatly enjoyed the lead opinion on Wednesday’s issue of The New Times ‘HRW given more attention than it deserves’ by Sunny Ntayombya because of the range of the deeply analytical comments regarding the plethora of relentless exogenous/endogenous attacks on our beautiful effectively nascent and rocketing Rwanda.

Editor,

I’m a Rwandan still living in the Diaspora (Australia to be exact). I greatly enjoyed the lead opinion on Wednesday’s issue of The New Times ‘HRW given more attention than it deserves’ by Sunny Ntayombya because of the range of the deeply analytical comments regarding the plethora of relentless exogenous/endogenous attacks on our beautiful effectively nascent and rocketing Rwanda.

In reference to Human Rights Watch, I had been personally musing on the questions of what it takes to get these people off our back, including the exploration of the following possible options:

Do we have to have the HRW in Rwanda? And isn’t it possible to establish our own “watchdogs” to the countries which paternalistically impose these ‘rights organisations’ on us?

Can’t unequivocally unfair people like Kenneth Roth be sued within the US own courts for the “deliberate falsification, defamation, inflammatory, psychologically injurious and relentless manoeuvres against Rwanda, Rwandans and genocide survivors?

Oswald Ntagengerwa
oswaldntage@yahoo.com.au

 

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