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At Play In The Killing Fields of The Lord
(American genocide management and the Canadian template)

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Part I: Samantha Power And Other Pros                                                                 

Part II: Netanyahu, Stephen Harper And Other Cons

William Annett Global News Centre

(DAYTONA BEACH) Back in ’03, Samantha Power was the High Priestess of  dissidents protesting genocide in general, manqué  American foreign policy in particular and, specifically,  Rwanda butchers. (Concerning that tortured nation, the Canadian Commanding General of UN forces there, General Romeo Dallaire, went nuts just thinking about it, but that didn’t cut any ice back in ice-bound Canada, then and now cheek by jowl with whatever official America thinks, says and does on the subject of genocide, foreign policy-wise). Not to mention the G-word right here at home on Turtle Island.

Rwanda, a U.S. friend and ally – U.S. realpolitik at work

Rwanda's president Paul Kagame with Barack Obama at the White House on April 7, 2015

Rwanda’s president Paul Kagame with Barack Obama at the White House on April 7, 2015

The 1994 mass killings were horrible, but it was just one episode in a long history of violence in that part of the world.

Ralph E. Stone Global News Centre

(SAN FRANCISCO) On April 7, 2015, President Barack Obama marked the 21st anniversary of Rwanda’s 1994 mass killings “that would claim the lives of more than 800,000 Rwandan men, women, and children and mark the beginning of one hundred days of horror for Rwanda’s people.”   However, President Obama made no mention about Rwandan President Paul Kagame’s role in the four-year Rwandan civil war leading up to the civil war and the twenty years after, which include 5 million or more deaths in the Congo and in Rwanda.

You mess with my citizen, you mess with my sovereignty!

Andaragachew Tsige photo: ecadforum.com

Andaragachew Tsige photo: ecadforum.com

A case of unequal concern for citizens of the First World whose safety is jeopardized at the hands of rogue states such as Ethiopia is also clearly being seen.

Kiflu Hussain Global News Centre

(HOUSTON)  This piece is prompted by the recent unlawful arrest of an Ethiopian born British citizen in Sanaa, capital of Yemen while on a transit flight from Dubai to Asmara, capital of Eritrea. The arrested person named Andaragachew Tsige was handed over by Yemeni officials to the security agents of the Ethiopian regime who whisked him away to his country of origin in order to subject him to a grueling torture.

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