UN Turns DR Congo into an El Dorado for Western Ngos

The neo colonialists like OXFAM, UNICEF, CARITAS, WORLD VISION, etc. claim that the number of IDPs is between 0.2 million and 1.3 million. Oh, please, 0.2 and 1.3 million people would mean that the entire population of North Kivu has left. Okay, let’s assume that the Mother Theresas of Ngos are right.
Then, where have all those people gone, as we cannot account for them in the Camps?


Things never get better in the DR Congo, the situation has got worse and the system has increased its brutal repression.
The Congolese dictator, Joseph Kabila Kabange, just like a typical tyrant has failed to recognize national problems and resorted to brutal methods.
This is very evident when dealing with Congolese Political Opposition groups, Journalists, students, Civil servants, Peasants, etc. and unarmed political opponents.
Every now and again, we see poor governance, greed and addiction to power becoming a national hobby of the Kabila dictatorship.

The Nairobi talks failed because Kabila’s intoxication with power Makes him blind not to see the problems the country is facing like; the hungry Congolese, the raped Congolese, the sick Congolese, the destitute Congolese, the exploited Congolese, etc. When the people pick up arms to fight back, then the dictatorship with its foreign propagandists are very quick to dismiss them as Tutsis with a Rwandaise agenda. Thus he tarnishes the people’s vanguard with lies and violence.
There is no doubt, that our people have lost their dignity by being forced to live in concentration camps enduring misery and suffering from exploitative tendencies by foreign Ngos that shamelessly exaggerates the number of IDPs in North Kivu.
They dislike us mentioning and questioning the plight of our families living in refugee camps in Rwanda, Uganda and Burundi due to the presence of negative forces that carry a hatred agenda against the Tutsi community and are now being pampered by Joseph Kabila, MONUC and the international fascists volunteers.

The neo colonialists like OXFAM, UNICEF, CARITAS, WORLD VISION, etc. claim that the number of IDPs is between 0.2 million and 1.3 million. Oh, please, 0.2 and 1.3 million people would mean that the entire population of North Kivu has left. Okay, let’s assume that the Mother Theresas of Ngos are right.
Then, where have all those people gone, as we cannot account for them in the Camps?

The fact remains, the filth Ngos, solicit funds from donors (the public), using very negative propaganda (Poopganda) methodology to distort the facts on the ground and also with the intent to demoralise the African communities from moving forward to self-reliance. Thus, a household with dependants is supposed to receive 3$ to 5& per day. But generally, there is no cost to them no more than 0.50 cents.


The difference will naturally be pocketed by Ngos and re-invested in the populace through pedophilia tendencies, drug abuse, mental exploitation, etc.
Suppose camps are closed and the IDPs return to their homes, no more comfy lifestyle for the foreign humanitarian. Now you know why our people are still languishing in bloody concentration camps in the great lakes region.
With the help of Dictator Joseph Kabila’s Bombs, there was intentional shelling of hills, day and night with Bombs, to discourage the populace from returning to their homes.
Therefore, between January 23rd and 28th August 2008, i.e. between the signing of Goma Commitment and the cease-fire that lasted until the resumption of war, foreign Ngos forcefully and psychologically kept the Congolese people hostages in camps. Thus, dictator Joseph Kabila Kabange has made the job of the Ngo kidnappers easier.


The war was never a CNDP scheme as the world has been made to believe.
In December 2004, a government genocidal project, code named “BIMA” was initiated with the sole purpose of crushing the Military Council for the People’s Defence (CMDP), before the creation of the National Congress for People’s Defence (CNDP) on 25th July 2006.
The Fascist Dictator was crashed and CMDP never danced their victory but respected the democratic process of the ballot box that bore hallmarks of a stable DR Congo; a capable leader that could address the pains and misery of the people.

In October 2006, the fascist dictator was back to his old ways, he triggered hostilities against the new political movement that had become the CNDP. Thanks to him, he had instilled the revolutionary seed in the peasants of North Kivu, intuitively and scientifically; another road to an armed struggle became a necessity. The power of the dominant class, per say, dictator Joseph Kabila Kabange, was once again beaten in a territory called Sake.

To save the dictatorship from tripping in its wank, a ceasefire was agreed and negotiations took place in Kigali in January 2007.
From those negotiations, a Gentleman Agreement was reached and the process of “mixage” Integration of the National Army was agreed. After a long walk in the “mixage” process, the dictatorship shamelessly went on the Congolese National Radio and announced that it had stopped the “mixage” process and had instead switched to a forced “brassage” process.
During an early morning of Monday 27th August 2007, the dictatorial machine launched a surprised attack on CNDP’s operational Headquarter of Mushaki, 30Kms west of Goma.


To maintain itself and grow, the fascist dictatorship had new allies in the genocidal project; the Interahamwe veterans from Rwanda’s 1994 genocide. To perpetuate and conceal their crimes, they, the Interahamwe/Rastas had to modernize their structures. Thus, Democratic Liberation Forces of Rwanda (FDLR) was formed.

The genocide theater was then managed by the 8th military (FARDC) region in a typical Nazi panzer formation and joined by 6th Brigade, 13th Brigade, 14th Brigade and 15th Brigade.
As though the genocide theater was not overcrowded enough, the FDLR-Interahamwe, Mai-Mai and PARECO were given FARDC uniforms to dress for the genocide.
Then the fascist dictator moved his office to North Kivu to supervise the genocide in front of the neo colonialist and neo liberal media.

They had underestimated kivutienne people, they had one weapon at their disposal; the spirit of Pierre Mulele, that of fighting profiteers and genocidals, with shouts of Mulele mai (Water of Mulele), they threw themselves into battle and humiliated dictator Joseph Kabila’s Panzer formation.
With dignity, the people held their heads high because their struggle had followed the CNDP’s motto of justice and equality for a dignified DR Congo.
Some prisoners of war were handed over to UN FORCES as evidence.

In January 2008, the dictatorship accepted the Goma peace Conference and a scheme called AMANI program was manufactured by the dictatorship and parachuted in Goma- it failed miserably, as had been predicted.

Then in late August, he triggered the mother of all battles to forcibly regain territory under CNDP control. As usual, the dictator was beaten and the CNDP offered him a peace of the brave, without winners or losers in a fraternal dialogue.
He refused, counting on foreign mercenaries from Angola, Zimbabwe, SADC and the European Union.


Then word came that the dictatorship wants a face to face dialogue with the CNDP in Nairobi. But with attached conditions; that an elected government cannot hold bilateral dialogue with insurgents that do not even have a provincial capital became the new mantra.
This was typical, as the dictatorship a month earlier had dismissed the rebellion for not having any territory under its control.
The next day, CNDP took control of Rutshuru and Kiwanja. 11 years ago, the AFDL had demonstrated that Kinshasa was only 7 months of walking from Goma. And opposite, there was the FAZ. But this time, FARDC is likely to perish before the fall of Kindu.

The Congolese and the international community have two options:

1. Either repeats the mistakes of the past and lead to the hasty and superficial manner of “negotiations” that do nothing and are doomed to a predictable failure as was with the program called “Amani”
2. Or compel the regime to acknowledge that the country has serious problems, which are a national crisis and need a collective effort to solve.

The 1st option does not solve anything and the deterioration will continue to lead the country to a much more serious political, social, economic chaotic development.

The 2nd option would provide an opportunity to take the problems to grips and provide solutions to the extent of the crisis.


Today the discourse of “electoral legitimacy” of the regime and the international community that supports it, opposes the discourse of “failure in governance and dictatorial repression of both political and military opposition.

The CNDP delegation in Nairobi has regretted that the government delegation did not have full powers.

As the talks were in progress, the Kiwanja Ishasha axis, remained fragile after the withdrawal of the National Congress for the Defense of the People (CNDP). Thus, a few skirmishes between armed groups in the region, such as elements of the Democratic Forces for the Liberation of Rwanda (FDLR / RUD), Abacunguzi (Foca), fighting Forces and the Mai Mai. The FDLR and elements of the Mai Mai groups benefited from the withdrawal of CNDP on 1st December 2008 to quickly settle in the deserted areas.


On the military side, they effectively control the lines between Kinyandoni, located 12 km north of Kiwanja and Ishasha, situated 130 km north of Goma.
In addition, at the end of last week, the presence of armed groups in the region was as follows:
CNDP controlled axis from Kilimanyoka, located 9 km from Goma, up Ngwenda ( 3 km from Kinyandoni).
Elements of the FDLR and those of Foca were present at Keshero, located 3 km north of Kiwanja and Nyamilima, (115 km north-east of Goma).
While the elements of the Mai Mai , the FDLR (RUD) are located in several positions between Katweguru and Kesheguru, located respectively at 22 and 26 km north of Kiwanja.

After the attack on Masisi from 29 to 30 November 2008 in Masisi-center, CNDP has temporarily withdrawn from positions it occupied in Burabu, located 8 km south of Masisi.
This town is now under the control of the 21st battalion of FARDC and CNDP is positioned in the region of Chugai, located approximately 30 km south of Masisi Center. At the same time, resistant Congolese Patriots (Pareco) who temporarily occupied positions around Masisi and patrolling within the city at the end of last week, withdrew their elements from Masisi Center, which is now entirely under the control of MONUC forces.
Although the immediate risk of clashes between CNDP and other armed groups and FARDC have been reduced in the territory of Masisi, at the end of the week after fighting between the two factions of Pareco Hutu wings of Magabu and the Nande Kahiro Lafontaine, in a village located 8 km north of Kitchanga. These disorders are not only a threat to displaced populations in the region, but can be an excuse for other armed groups to resume their operations in the territory of Masisi.

There was, fighting on 3rd December in the morning between FDLR and elements of the Mai Mai group in the region of Katemba, 6 km west of the town of Rutshuru. The next day, other fighting broke out between the FDLR and the CNDP, Pareco in Musha, located 6 km north of Bambo and Kisheshe, located 8 km from Bambo.
Towards the end of the week, on 6 December 2008, clashes again erupted between the CNDP and the FDLR in the region to the west of Ngwenda, located 15 km north of Kiwanja, in the Rutshuru territory, where the positions of the CNDP, the elements of Mayi-Mayi and FDLR are very close and fighting occurs regularly.
In addition, on 8 December 2008, fighting broke out between the CNDP and Pareco in the region of Virundele Miranda, located north of Kikuku, CNDP has withdrawn from these villages during the night.


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