Headline April 06, 2018/ '' 'RWANDANS RUMINATING REMORSE ''


THE GREAT STUDENTS OF AMERICA - have the first blessed wisdom and honour to give the entire world..........

I repeat : Have the first blessed honour to give the entire world a voice and a voting process that is designed to evolve as we go along, and maybe someday, into the greatest Mankind has known.

From the past world to Dawn and in Proud Pakistan the students are ready to get to the baseline and begin planning by announcing their candidates for the post of President: 1.0 .........................

*So, to orientate, let's get, in the very beginning, to set up some weeks of trial runs and practice to get the operational kinks out of the way.

And the great students of India, will be watching and preparing to get to, in the very near future to  : 1.1.

So, Ready-When-You-Are.


Their embrace is long and warm. Pascal Shyirahwamaboko and Jean-Bosco Gakwenzire have known each other since they were in school together, well over half a century ago.

It was a hard-won hug after a long path to forgiveness. In 1994, Shyirahwamabako was part of the gang who hacked Gakwanzire's father to death as Rwanda spiralled into horrific violence of genocide.

The two men chat with brotherly smiles after prayers in their local Church. Both are elderly farmers, who till the lush green fields of cassava, sorghum and sweet potatoes outside the small town of Mutete, 40 kilometres [25 miles] north of Rwanda's capital Kigali.

''I hurt him so much, but he forgave me,'' says Shyirahwamaboko, 68, ''Now he is my best friend.''

''Wild Animals'' :  Twenty-five years ago this April,  the town of Mutete was the scene of unimaginable violence,  when neighbour turned on neighbour.

More than a thousand residents of the town were massacred in the days following the outbreaks of inter-ethnic violence, a genocide in which over 800,000 mostly Tutsi people were slaughtered between April to July 1994, according to the UN.

Gakwenzire, a slender 65-year-old dressed in an orange cowboy hat, remembers the arrival of the teams of machete-wielding men, members of a militia gang from the  Hutu majority known as the  ''Interahamwe''.

They came to hunt down and kill Tutsi people they called ''cockroaches''.

''They went to each and every house that they knew had Tutsis,'' Gakwanzire said wearily, his eyes filled with sadness as he remembers the traumatic events.''They were cutting them with machete.''

Gakwenzire manged to hide from the killers. But his wife and four of his six children were discovered by the gangs. They were all massacred.

His father fled to the forest with his cattle but an Interahamwe gang - which Shuriahwamboko said he had been forced to join - found him there. Shyirahwamboko said he at first tried to protect his friend's father.

But the militia gave him a stark choice, he said, either he gave up the man to be killed, or be killed himself.

''I saved myself,'' he said quietly, and later he took part in the killing of many, and several others.

After the genocide, Shyorahwamaboko, was arrested and put on trial in a community court known as  ''Gacaca'', a special system introduced to deal with the  overwhelming number people who had to face justice.

As a means of promoting reconciliation, many who confessed to even the most terrible crimes were condemned only to carry put simple public works.

The sadness and shame of this ''operational research'' continues.

With respectful dedication to the Leaders, Students, Professors and Teachers of the world.

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