Skip to comments.Remembering a massacre [Anniversary of Democrat Clinton ignoring murder of 800,000 Africans]
Posted on 04/15/2014 7:43:31 AM PDT by SoFloFreeper
Editors note: This story contains graphic descriptions of violence. Roger Winter arrived in Rwanda shortly after one of the worst genocides in modern history began unfolding in April 1994. His self-imposed task as director for the U.S. Committee for Refugees: document atrocity. Two decades later, his memories are vivid: What you see in photographs, I see in my mind frequently. You really dont lose it. This April marks the 20th anniversary of the Rwandan genocidean abominable campaign of violence that left some 800,000 victims dead in 100 days....
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Much the same today with the current Democrat party.
Imagine, if you will, Africans being slaughtered when a Republican is in the White House (think Somalia during Bush 41 or Sudan during Bush 43). Hollywood and the Democrat party are TERRIBLY UPSET by the horrors happening in Africa then.
But today, Christians in Nigeria are being murdered by Muslims....and silence from the left. Back in 1994, Rwandans were slaughtered...but little or no criticism of Bill and Hillary, his "co-President".
800,000 in 100 days. That is substantially faster than Planned Parenthood works. Same effect, but much faster.
Didn’t Hillary recently receive the Margaret Sanger award?Was it for her complicity in this?
800,000 in 100 days.I don’t know if the Nazis worked as fast as that.
cant say I agree with you.
today as back in Clintons day we need to mind our own business.
things like 9/11 should be addressed.(not that Bush did a good job with that....he was more concerned with finishing his daddy’s war...when we should have been bombing Al-Qaida training centers in Saudi Arabia and Egypt as well as Afghanistan and also as it turns out, Pakistan )
right now we have a Marxist in office and the most important thing we can do is straighten things out on the home front and get the creeps out of office.
Treblinka killed that many, but it took a year.
IMHO, it wasn't in the US's backyard/national interest, and it would have been a logistical nightmare, not to mention a complete and expensive waste of US lives, especially with Clintonista ROEs, with no defined goals to eradicate the sources of the problems.
My point, if you read my comment, isn’t necessarily that we should or should not be involved....that is a different debate.
My point is how crises in Africa are addressed.
BTW, should America have tried to stop the genocide of Jews by Hitler in the 1939 and 1940 before Japan attacked Pearl Harbor in December of 1941?
Wrong. The problem in this situation was not that we minded our own business, it's that we didn't.
Almost all of these people were killed with machetes, knives and stones.
Belgium had armed peace keeping soldiers on site, and willing to put the uprising down. But Clinton, who did not want talk of genocide affecting the US congressional elections, ordered Maddie Albright to block all efforts by the UN to recognize the situation in Rwanda as such and authorize action.
His efforts specifically prevented the willing Belgian soldiers from stopping or minimizing the slaughter.
I remember seeing a river filled with body parts bank to bank, blood red water.
You want slaughter? Wait till obama decided to keep his position in 2017. We have our own freedom to defend. And on a day to day basis under the regime. And watch out for the Bundys in Nevada. That could be a slaughter.
I feel for the Africans who were hacked. If my family goes down it will go down armed and fighting.
Francois Mitterand is the main culprit in allowing the massacre.