15 Facts About Rwandan Genocide

June 26, 2019
Comments (6)
  1. SSJ says:

    I can’t believe how little I know about this. That was powerful reading. It’s inspired me to research this fully

    1. Nop says:

      If I remember correctly they were not “offered” bullets. You could buy them from your killer (for him to shoot you) as a quicker and less painful death than by a dull machete

  2. Dana Casale says:

    The sad thing is that there were U.N. people that knew that this was coming, by the large amount of knives and machetes being imported into the country, yet there warnings were ignored by the U.N. The U.N. was complacent in this affair yet some continue to believe that they (U.N.) are trying to help the world.
    This body (U.N.) continually does exactly the opposite to aid targeted groups and places countries that are known to be vicious dictatorial governments in to powerful positions on there committees.
    This body should be ended.

  3. Lydia says:

    “Approximately one million (Hutu) were killed and… In a hundred days.”
    Please correct this Phrase,Tutsis were killed not Hutus!
    As well as Grace’s name is Mukasekuru not Mulasekuru.
    Thank you!

  4. John Cumbergrasss says:

    Most concerning is that there is evidence that points to Paul Kagame (Rwanda’s current president and a Tutsi) may have been the one that ordered the attack on Rwandan president Juvénal Habyarimana and Burundian president Cyprien Ntaryamira (Hutus). All inquires into who shot down the plane have been dropped including by the UN. It’s almost as though they don’t want the truth to come out.

  5. George Norwie says:

    The exact same thing is brewing in South Africa. The white minority are being blamed for everything and some of the radical groups have already started calling them “cockroaches”. It is just a matter of time before the slaughter will begin there.

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