Conspicuous conspiracy against Rwanda

Editor,Thank God Rwanda doesn’t share geographical boundaries with Central African Republic (CAR). If it was the case, we would not be able to handle the noise of the so-called Human Rights Watch and Amnesty International.
Seleka coalition rebels patrol the streets of Bangui in the Central Africa Republic on March 25, 2013. Net photo.
Seleka coalition rebels patrol the streets of Bangui in the Central Africa Republic on March 25, 2013. Net photo.

Editor,

Thank God Rwanda doesn’t share geographical boundaries with Central African Republic (CAR). If it was the case, we would not be able to handle the noise of the so-called Human Rights Watch and Amnesty International.

It seems that Western countries and their watchdogs ‘love’ Congolese more than the people of CAR.

That is hypocrisy, double standards and a disgrace to their names and what they stand for. I prefer to call them Mineral Research Watch than Human Rights Watch, and African Market International than Amnesty International.

Ndabirambiwe, The Netherlands

I also couldn’t have said it any better. Maybe Human Rights Watch and the so-called “Group of Experts” are only based or interested in Eastern DR Congo.   Should (Central African Republic) have been a neighbour of Rwanda, I’m sure this time they’d have even stopped the rain from falling over Rwanda. Double standards in broad day light!

Anyone who is wise can see the conspiracy against our beloved country. Only if they knew how that’s rather making us stronger and more independent.

We survived the horrific Genocide against the Tutsi while they were watching, and I’m certain we will survive any missiles thrown at us. Long live Rwanda, long live President Kagame.

Blaise, Johannesburg South Africa

Reaction to Joseph Rwayitare’s opinion, “A tale of two rebel groups: M23 and Seleka”, (The New Times, March 26)

 

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