To Orwell Today,
re: previous email about Kagame's heroism
I hope one day you will come to rwanda and i will take you all around and show you the real rwanda. I will explain to you the meaning of URURO n' ICYATSI as my grand parents has explained to me before they pass away. I hope i am not changing your view of your loved Kagame i just want to open your eyes and think before you act.
Please read the below message from Jonathan Curiel, Chronicle Staff Writer Sunday, May 15, 2005:
No heroes in genocide
The article you asked me to read contains the same old rumours and stories that the Hutu Power and the French and the Belgians and many United Nations organizations have been spreading since 1994 and which have been proven to be unfounded. You can find articles on my website that explain the other side:
HOW KAGAME BECAME LEADER and RWANDA'S GOOD MAN KAGAME
Ultimately it is up to the individual to decide who or what to believe and I believe that Kagame is the truthful one and that he is Rwanda's hero.
I hope I don't have to wait until I visit Rwanda to learn what URURO n' ICYATSI means because I may never be fortunate enough to go there, as much as I would like to meet the people and see the country.
All the best,
Nihao explains what URURO n' ICYATSI means
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