The Kalinga drum of Rwanda's Tutsi kings

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The Kalinga drum of Rwanda's Tutsi kings

Postby stefano » Wed Nov 12, 2014 5:57 am

If there is anything I know, for sure, that Hutus and Tutsis have any common, it is this blind and irrational obedience to whoever is in charge, and it is not some kind of genetic mutation that turned Rwanda into a Nation of irrational automatons programmed to do whatever the leader says they should do, or go completely berserk if left unchecked. It is a psychological brainwashing process that took centuries to develop, under an elaborate horror based system of Government known as Kalinga, created and enforced by the Tutsi monarchy for more than three hundred years. The supreme symbol for this system was a drum by the same name: Kalinga.

This was serial killer type of trophy trove, decorated with conquered hutu leaders and other recalcitrant characters’ males genitals, their wives’ breasts and everybody’s eyeballs, and other small human body parts the King considered necessary to cement fear within his subjects, to the point where if he asked a man to throw himself in the fire to amuse the King’s honored guest at the court, the person would have no choice but to gladly accept to burn alive, just because the king said so. Besides, since the punishment for not complying with the King’s request would have resulted in the extermination of a person’s entire family, in what was called: “stemming out the cause for vendetta”(kuzimya inzigo), people would do as they told to save their loved ones. This was the Genocide Ideology of the first order!
Unfortunately, for Rwanda this is not fiction, this was true up until 1959. Now, Mr. Feingold, if you think I am making up this stuff; make a phone call to a man named Jean Baptiste Ndahindurwa. He is the last known person to decorate this insane symbol with his country men’s manhood, and the families of his victims are still around somewhere. He still claims to be our King, and every once and while; he writes us a very polite letter calling us all his children. He lives somewhere in the Washington area, and I heard that he collects food stamps at times, but this could be just a rumour.

Reign of Rwabuguri (19th century)

In the 19th century, the state became far more centralized, and the history far more precise. Expansion continued, reaching the shores of Lake Kivu. This expansion was less about military conquest and more about a migrating population spreading Rwandan agricultural techniques, social organization, and the extension of a Mwami's political control. Once this was established camps of warriors were established along the vulnerable borders to prevent incursions. Only against other well developed states such as Gisaka, Bugesera, and Burundi was expansion carried out primarily by force of arms.

Under the monarchy the economic imbalance between the Hutus and the Tutsis crystallized, and a complex political imbalance emerged as the Tutsis formed into a hierarchy dominated by a Mwami or 'king'. The King was treated as a semi-divine being, responsible for making the country prosper. The symbol of the King was the Kalinga, the sacred drum.

The Mwami main power base was in control of over a hundred large estates spread through the kingdom. Including fields of banana trees and many head of cattle, the estates were the basis of the rulers' wealth. The most ornate of the estates would each be home to one of the king's wives, monarchs having up to twenty. It was between these estates that the Mwami and his retinue would travel.

All the people of Rwanda were expected to pay tribute to the Mwami; it was collected by a Tutsi administrative hierarchy. Beneath the Mwami was a Tutsi ministerial council of great chiefs, the batware b'intebe, while below them was a group of lesser Tutsi chiefs, who for the large part governed the country in districts, each district having a cattle chief and a land chief. The cattle chief collected tribute in livestock, and the land chief collected tribute in produce. Beneath these chiefs were hill-chiefs and neighborhood chiefs. More than 95% of hill and neighborhood chiefs were of Tutsi descent.

Also important were military chiefs, who had control over the frontier regions. They played both defensive and offensive roles, protecting the frontier and making cattle raids against neighboring tribes. Often, the Rwandan great chief was also the army chief. Lastly, the biru or "council of guardians" was also an important part of the administration. The Biru advised the Mwami on his duties where supernatural king-powers were involved. These honored people advised also on matters of court ritual. Taken together, all these posts from great chiefs, military chiefs and Biru members existed to serve the powers of the Mwami, and to reinforce the king's leadership in Rwanda.

Located in the border camps, the military were a mix of Hutu and Tutsi drawn from across the kingdom. This intermixing helped produce a uniformity of ritual and language in the region, and united the populace behind the Mwami. Most evidence suggests that relations between the Hutu and Tutsi were mostly peaceful at this time. Some words and expressions suggest there may have been friction, but other than that evidence supports peaceful interaction.

A traditional local justice system called Gacaca predominated in much of the region as an institution for resolving conflict, rendering justice and reconciliation. The Tutsi king was the ultimate judge and arbiter for those cases that reached him. Despite the traditional nature of the system, harmony and cohesion had been established among Rwandans and within the kingdom since the beginning of Rwanda.

The distinction between the three ethnic groups was somewhat fluid, in that Tutsis who lost their cattle due to a disease epidemic, such as rinderpest, sometimes would be considered Hutu. Likewise Hutu who obtained cattle would come to be considered Tutsi, thus climbing the ladder of the social strata. This social mobility ended abruptly with the onset of colonial administration.

Leader of the group (standing second from left) and the royal drummers at the palace of the Mwami. Four Kalinga drums. Four drums, four drummers and four holders of drums. The traditional double crescent hair do, each crescent diametrically opposite of the other, from left and rear right of the head. These are the four Royal Drums kept at the palace at Nyanza. (1952)

The kingly power of the mwami was symbolized by the kalinga, a large ceremonial drum frequently decorated with the dried heads and dessicated testicles of vanquished opponents of the royal armies. Rwandan author and historian Benjamin Sehene writes that “an atmosphere of veneration and a grand ceremonial surrounded the kalinga (“token of hope”), which was kept in a palace, protected day and night by a special guard.” This important symbol was painted with the blood of bulls, which gave it a reddish-brown appearance, and was often escorted by three other royal drums, called “He possesses knowledge,” “the Country expands” and “the Nations are subject to me.” If ever the kalinga were lost or captured in battle, it was universally believed that this setback would certainly signal disaster for the entirety of the Rwandan nation.

The mwami was the supreme servant of the drum. Only noble Tutsi were permitted to beat the drum and the king could only ascend to the throne after he had mastered the drum.

On 23 March 1960, the Special Provisional Council, a body created by the Belgian administration after the November 1959 riots that strongly weakened the monarchy, addressed a number of measures to the king, Kigeri V Ndahindurwa. The most revolutionary measure was the banning of the Kalinga royal drum and its replacement by a flag. While all the political parties unconditionally backed the measure, monarchist UNAR [Union Nationale Rwandaise] suggested that such a measure would only be accepted after a referendum on the question. (Nkundabagenzi, p. 199-201). Reacting to that proposal one month later, King Ndahindurwa wrote: "That issue relating to the dynasty and to the Rwandan society is crucial and fundamental. It cannot be dealt with so summarily by a Provisional Council that is not representative. It should be considered by a more representative organ, especially the one in charge of drafting the Constitution. "

Why should a drum be the cause of a political impasse? King Ndahindurwa answers: because it is crucial to the [Nyiginya-Tutsi] dynasty and to the Rwandans. Why then was it crucial to the dynasty? Writing about its introduction by king Ruganzu II Ndoli around 1580, Alexis Kagame tells the story of Rwoga – Kalinga’s predecessor - which the Banyabungo had taken after defeating King Ndahiro II Cyamatare. In the eleven years that separated Ruganzu’s return from Karagwe (east of current Tanzania) and the death of his father Cyamatare, Rwanda had no royal drum and the situation was dramatic. A popular legend about this period has entered Rwanda’s collective memory: "The legend speculates about that period of ‘widowhood’. According to it, there were no births among men and beasts, there was such a severe drought that smoke came out of cattle’s horns...all these misfortunes were due to the absence of the legitimate king on Rwanda’s throne! The enthronisation of Ruganzu II Ndoli instantly changed the situation which became normal....He inaugurated the new royal drum Kalinga to succeed the taken Rwoga. "

The Kalinga drum symbolised not only Banyiginya’s power and supremacy over the rest of Rwanda’s populations, but also and above all, it summarised the long blood-tainted history of the making process of Rwanda. With the introduction of Kalinga, the Tutsi started ornamenting the royal drum with the testicles of the defeated [and assassinated] Hutu kings to symbolise their definitive political extinction. Before this memory-keeping gesture, the King had to make sure that the slain Hutu king left no male descendent. Historian Ferdinand Nahimana notes that King Ruganzu II Ndori not only killed in the 17th century the Bugara Hutu King Nzira, son of Muramira, but also decimated all his male descent (Nahimana, 1993:9). He also relates a similar story with the Nduga King Mashira who was taken into a marriage trap set by Tutsi King Mibambwe I Sekarongoro I Mutabazi I. He was assassinated by the latter together with all his male descent (Nahimana, 1993: 9). The sexual organs of Nzira, Mashira, and other Hutu Kings were ornamenting the royal drum, making the proud of
the victorious Kings and their descent.

It was until the late 50s-early 60s that the Hutu elite realised that they could not be politically at ease with the testicles of their forefathers still ornamenting the Kalinga. This explains why the ban of that drum was so essential for the Hutu emancipationists. Mamdani (2001: 119) remarks that Hutu’s focus at that time was on that prime symbol of Tutsi power as it signified ‘a permanent vision of Hutu inferiority’. From King Ndahindurwa’s arguments, one understands that the drum was crucial to the dynasty because of its memory-keeping function which maintained his dynasty and ethnic group in an eternal superior position. Reflecting on the Hutu-Tutsi memory conflict, Hutu emancipationist leader Joseph Gitera [13] argued that
the Tutsi kings violently conquered the Hutu masses, marching on the corpses of their kings, using women as traps. (Nahimana, 2007: 83). Regarding the testicles of the Hutu kings still hanging on Kalinga, Gitera mentioned his visit to the King Mutara III Rudahigwa in 1958: "As reconciliation protocol, we demanded that the venerable corpses of our ancestors that hanged on the Kalinga [royal drum] to symbolise the ignominious bondage forever, and the immortal trophies, be removed and officially and honourably buried. Astounded and furious, Rudahigwa
and his entourage responded: “There is no Hutu-Tutsi problem in Rwanda, as there is no brotherly relationship between Tutsi and Hutu in Rwanda. They have nothing in common but
‘domination and bondage’.

Interesting aside - about the modern use of the word Gacaca, which many see as partial Tutsi justice. Be aware when reading Wiki articles that the RPF has a very polished propaganda bureaucracy.

The Gacaca court is part of a system of community justice inspired by tradition and established in 2001 in Rwanda, in the wake of the 1994 Rwandan Genocide, when between 800,000 and 1,000,000 Rwandans, mostly Tutsi alongside moderate Hutu, were slaughtered. After the Genocide, the new Rwandan Patriotic Front's government struggled with developing just means for the humane detention and prosecution of the more than 100,000 people accused of genocide, war crimes, and related crimes against humanity. By 2000, approximately 120,000 alleged genocidaires were crammed into Rwanda's prisons and communal jails (Reyntjens & Vandeginste 2005, 110). From December 1996 to December 2006, the courts managed to try about 10,000 suspects (Human Rights Watch 2004, 18): at that rate it would take another 110 years to prosecute all the prisoners.
Originally, the Gacaca settled village or familial disputes. The courts were informal means of solving disputes around issues like theft, marital issues, land rights, and property damage. They were constituted as village assemblies, presided by the ancients, where each member of the community could request to speak. The trials were meant to promote reconciliation and justice of the perpetrator in front of family and neighbors.

Well-respected elders, known as Inyangamugayo, were elected based on their honesty by the people of the community. The name gacaca originates from the word umucaca in Kinyarwanda, Rwanda's national language: it can be roughly translated into English as "short, clean cut grass". It is symbolic for a gathering place for elders to sit on and judge the trial. Inyangamugayo would assemble all parties to a crime and mediate a resolution involving reparations or some act of contrition. The Gacaca court is thus a system of grassroots legal bodies inspired by traditional power structures.
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Postby stefano » Thu Apr 30, 2015 5:02 am


7 avril 2015


On the 2nd April 2015, was another day of drama; the presidential press conference turned into another nightmare both on the side of the journalists and the viewers. Rwandans and the press core witnessed how Rwanda’s semi-illiterate King failed to explain basic questions; as usual, he resorted to his old tactics of intimidating journalists, dodging questions and feeding lies to both the journalists and the public who were watching the whole interview proceedings in their TV screens or internet stream.

This article will not be discussing or trying to analyse about a Constitution change debate taking place in Rwanda, nor will the article look at the crocodile tears, pretence and lies of DMI agents in Canada. But the article will be analysing at process of « abegalisation » of Rwanda by criminal Paul Kagame. With « abegalisation », I am trying to describe the process by which abega control both the social political sphere of the country. Rwandans will picture the tentacles of Abega hegemony in all sphere of Rwandan life; they totally control everything and the rest of Rwandans are mere enablers.


After the death of General Fred Rwigema (Umunyiginya) in 1990; criminal Paul Kagame hurriedly returned to Uganda without finishing his military course at Fort Leavenworth in USA, where he was studying as an officer from Uganda. Contrary, to RPF lies; it’s not President Museveni who recalled criminal Paul Kagame back to Uganda. But, Kagame returned back quickly and in a hurry in order to brief Museveni about the death of Fred Rwigema and who played a hand in his death. On arrival in Uganda, criminal Paul Kagame went straight to brief president Museveni about the likely culprits in the assassination of Fred Rwigema.

Criminal Paul Kagame informed president Museveni that the clique who assassinated Fred Rwigema had for a long time disliked him. In RPF meetings, this same clique was always challenging his ideas and plans. President Museveni was fed with fabricated lies on how Rwigema’s death was orchestrated and put into action by Maj. Dr Peter Bayingana, Maj. Chris Bunyenyezi and Maj. Frank Munyaneza; readers need to know that all these officers were « abanyigiya ».

By late November 1990, a convoy led by Gen. Salim Saleh which also included Maj. Paul Kagame, Maj. Kale Kayihura, Col. Tabani, Lt. Kyakabale and Maj. Jet Mwebaze; headed towards the Kagitumba border crossing in NTUNGAMO area. At the same time, urgent message had been sent to the frontline; Gen. Salim Salem had ordered top RPA commanders to Converge in Ntungamo for an urgent military meeting.

The unsuspecting Abanyiginya commanders came to meet Gen. Salim Salem who had camped at Ntungamo border crossing. On arrival Maj. Dr Peter Bayingana, Maj. Chris Bunyenyezi , Maj. Frank Munyaneza and all their escorts were put under arrest by Gen Salim Saleh on the orders of his brother president Museveni. This day marked the turning point in the RPA/RPF history, as senior abanyiginya officers were systematically butchered under lies concocted by Maj. Paul Kagame.

This was a day when Gen Salim Saleh introduced criminal Paul Kagame to the cowering RPA officers; he was anointed as the new RPA military coordinator and seconded by Lt. Col Adam Waswa. Gen. Salim Saleh also appointed Maj Steven Ndugute as the coordinator of military operations within the RPA and Lt. Patrick Karegeya was appointed as a liaison officer between President Museveni’s office and the RPA/RPF. Adam Waswa, Steven Ndugute and Patrick Karegeya were all abanyiginya who were later assassinated by Paul Kagame.

In a rainy dark full day, inside a military tent, senior RPA officers had been summoned by Gen. Salim Saleh. The gathered officers included Captain Sam Byaruhanga, Maj Steve Ndugute, Maj. Sam Kaka, Maj. John Kabura, Capt. Kayitare, Capt. Eduardo Kiiza, Capt Mico, Capt. Kayumba Nyamwasa, Capt. Bitamazire, Capt. Musitu, Capt Asiimwe, Capt. Stevine Bagire, Lt. Patrick Karegeya, Capt. Charles Muhire and Capt. Alphonse Furuma.

General Salim Saleh in a sober and tearful voice told senior RPA officers that the appointment of Kagame as the coordinator of the RPA was a military order from Gen. Museveni. He warned the gathering RPA officers in strongest terms to desist any plan against Paul Kagame. In his words, Gen. Salim Saleh told the worried officers that, “Musiwaze au mufikiriye kumugusa ama kuwuwa Paul. Ataye fanya hicho kitendo atapata adhabu kubwa na atajuta kwa nini ameumbwa. Kwa namna yoyote munapashwa kumuheshimu na kumutii. Na hii order inatoka kwa Afande Mkuu.” Readers need to know that 98 % of those who attended the meeting were abanyiginya, as they were the majority senior officers within the RPA/RPF.

Criminal Paul Kagame who had assassinated Gen. Fred Rwigema through the help of Lt. Kato, was on this day anointed as the RPA chief with full protection of President Museveni. General Museveni did not have any doubt over Kagame’s lying schemes; in his mind he thought Kagame loved Ge. Fred Rwigema; as it was Gen. Fred Rwigema who had picked Paul Kagame from the streets of Kampala where he was dealing in all sorts of dodge businesses from selling eggs, milk, stolen goods and dealing in fake cheques. In 2000, after understanding the criminal mind of Paul Kagame, Museveni wrote a candied letter to Clare Short the former British International Development Secretary where he referred Paul Kagame as “an ideologically bankrupt and dangerous leader; a real threat to the peace of the great lakes region.”

The systematic assassinations

As time went on, criminal Paul Kagame tasted power and started enjoying the fruits that come with power. Paul Kagame was always suspicious of his fellow officers, he was uncomfortable with his own potentials, he lacked intellectualism vis-à-vis other senior officers. All these personal shortcomings, thirst for power and hate against abanyigiya; drove criminal Paul Kagame to hatch a heinous personal plan against the remaining comrades. By 1991, Paul Kagame was juggling for full control of the RPA. The criminal did not like the concept of being termed as the coordinator of the RPA or being answerable to anyone else except Gen. Museveni and Salim Saleh.

At this point Paul Kagame was raising « abega » men and those that he had worked with at Basima House, posting them in different units as Intelligence officers to spy on Unit Commanders, especially abanyiginya commanders. At his headquarter he built a deadly assassination unit that was composed of abega boys. Corporal Jack Nziza was given an important role of being the I.O of the headquarter, Corporal Dan Munyuza was appointed as I.O of the training wing, corporal Emmanuel Gasana was appointed in charge of interrogation, torture and summary executions.

Criminal Paul Kagame appointed his nephews private Silas Udahemuka and Private Charles Rushema (Now known as Shema) to head execution sections; these boys (by then) run havoc in eliminating innocent Tutsi boys who had come to join the RPA/RPF. For the Hutus, the current Prime Minister Anastase Murekezi should bear witness.

Criminal Paul Kagame also appointed Dr Emmanuel Ndahiro and DR. Richard Rutatina, the two most unethical medical personnel in post Second World War to run the RPA sick bay. These two medical doctors played a big role in systematic elimination of non abega military officers meanly through poisoning. These two criminal elites introduced the poisoning program within the RPA, a process that is still going on up now.

While the forces commanded by Col. Deogratias Nsabimana a.k.a Castar in Ruhengeri were decimating RPA units on different frontline; on the rear, criminal Paul Kagame was also busy eliminating his comrades, childhood friends, village mates and his former school mates. By 1992, 70 % of those officers who had attended the November 1990 meeting with Gen. Salim Saleh had already been systematically eliminated by criminal Paul Kagame through a well coordinated plan. At the time of the ceasefire and intensive Arusha negotiations, criminal Paul Kagame’s confidence had grown; his heinous master plan of eliminating non-abega officers was running smoothly.

Those who knew too much about him especially former class mates in Ntare school were also eliminated. Over time, after the 1994 war, criminal Paul Kagame eventually started eliminating all those that he did not perceive to be trust worth in keeping his dark secrets which included the genocide he committed during the RPA war and the shooting down of Habyarimana’s plane. This was a genocide carried and committed against Hutus and Abanyiginya Tutsis between 1991- 1993. The few surviving RPA originals are either in exile, living in Rwanda under fear, cowering like chickens in their houses and others are living a life of supporting criminal Paul Kagame.

Kagame is preparing Jack Nziza to be the next defence minister, the reason why he is appearing too much with people, like here during umuganda

By 2002, through death merchant Jack Nziza, DMI had identified abega elders within the country. In a selective and secretive meeting held in Nyagatare, February 2003; Col. Jack Nziza met abega elders where he asked them to help him in convincing abega youth to join the RPA (now RDF). He promised abega elders that these youth will not be sent to Congo, but be posted and deployed in sensitive positions like the Republican guards, DMI and financial sector.

He informed the elders that President Paul Kagame needed their unconditional support and spiritual prayers for him to win the 2003 elections. Col. Jack Nziza informed them about the master plan, telling them that the president would first use all other Tutsis for a moment while consolidating his power; but as time goes they would be replaced by Abaga men and women. It is important to inform readers that selected abega elders do meet regularly on monthly basis to discuss matters within the RPF, RDF and the political atmosphere as a whole.

As Rwandans commemorate, mourn and remember all those who perished under the Rwandan genocide and genocide ideologies. Readers of this article, especially the Tutsis, need to know that no single person or individual in the history of Rwanda has killed more Tutsis than Paul Kagame. For the Hutus, killing them is his personal pleasure and hobby. This man came promising heaven but he gave Rwandans hell. He came promising fruits, but he gave Rwandans blood. He came promising life, but he gave Rwandans deaths. He came promising democracy, but he gave Rwandans Kingship. He came promising equality, but he gave Rwandans nepotism.

In the next part I will look at criminal Paul Kagame’s political and military ideology, as I conclude my article with vivid examples of how criminal Paul Kagame and his abega enablers control the Country.

By Our Correspondent


29 avril 2015


In Leninism Ideology revolutionaries never resign or retire, they are obliged to die in power. To them, power is everything, and it should be sustained by all means. Ntare School opened criminal Paul Kagame’s mind into the science of Leninism, especially the concept of obtaining power through military campaign or struggle and sustaining that power at all costs. Through his hardship upbringing, criminal Paul Kagame learnt one important lesson.

The lesson of get rich quick, this was especially emphasised when young Paul Kagame re-located to live in Kampala. In the last 2 years only, Rwanda’s thuggish ruler swindled billions from the Country’s coffer; 22 billion francs from the ministry of infrastructure, 1 billion from the ministry of Culture and sports, 1.8 billion from the ministry of health and 1.5 billion from the ministry of Tourism. The losses of all these billions of francs have been confirmed by various committees within Rwanda’s toothless parliament.

The dark ideology of criminal Paul Kagame

Who is the real Paul Kagame? Before analysing further on his realism, Ikaze Iwacu readers’ needs to know that, no one knows the real age of criminal Paul Kagame, except may be himself, his mother or sisters. While in Uganda, different ages were used either in schools, hospitals, in UNHCR offices and within the NRA/UPDF. Those who know Paul Kagame very well say that his birth certificate was issued well after his birth, his original names were Kagame Rutagambwa; this was a common practice in Rwanda especially in rural areas, where children were given distorted birth certificate with wrong dates of births.

By now all Rwandans know that Paul Kagame is a man who is always boastful, arrogant and full of himself. We also know that criminal Paul Kagame loves to entertain confusion and mysticism about his life. However, Rwanda’s criminal ruler talks little about his childhood life, his narration always begins with his time at Ntare school, the story skips to NRA bush wars and his life story jumps to Rwanda, starting with 1994. Criminal Paul Kagame is known as a big liar and a fabricator of stories which aggrandises him. For years, he has failed to twist his childhood and adulthood stories thus avoiding talking about his childhood life and episodes which have shaped his devilish behaviours.

While at Ntare School, criminal Paul Kagame was introduced to the Marxism ideology, the ideology of equality, freedom fighting, liberations and regime change at all cost. This was at the time when freedom, liberation and independent struggles in Mozambique, South Africa, Angola, Zimbabwe, Namibia, Guinea Bissau and other parts of the world where at their prime.

Ntare School played a big role in shaping Paul Kagame’s current criminal thoughts; he was exposed to Marxism and Leninism thinking, this allowed him to blame all his childhood and adulthood suffering, predicaments, humiliations and poverty on the head of Hutus. His hate for the Hutus was born while at Ntare school; he cursed Hutus from different Ntare School dormitories, from Mbaguta dormitory to Pioneer dormitory, from Aggrey dormitory to Africa dormitory, all along criminal Paul Kagame was always telling fellow students that Hutus are the main cause of all the problems which be fell him and his fellow Rwandan refugees.

While at Ntare School, young Paul Kagame started inquiring about his historical back ground. In this quest for knowledge and truth, during his holidays he would make trips to Rwanda to visit relatives like his aunt Rosalie Gicanda. This was at time when young Paul Kagame learnt about his abega ethnicity and the true character of his great aunt, Kajongera.

Through his teenage learning process about his back ground, young Paul Kagame enjoyed, loved and idolised Kajongera’s tells, story and behaviours which he considered as heroic and brave. Paul Kagame was told by his Abega relatives that the 1959 Hutu revolution was possible because abanyiginya Tutsis and Kings were cautious, weak, naive and lacked the courage to crash the uprising at its birth.

After discovering his real history, Paul Kagame started identifying friends’ vis-à-vis their ethnicity and background, as he became more ethnical in nature, believing that abega are superior race, warriors and able to do anything for their survival. To him, the Rucuncu genocide against abanyiginya was a sign of effectiveness, determination, courageousness and heroism on the part of abega.

His teenage learning and discovery process was the beginning of young Paul Kagame’s « abegalisation » process, the route which has taken him up to contemporary time; this is a process and route of hate, blood, intrigues, assassinations, murders and genocide. For those who think that they are able to remove this criminal through fare elections, peaceful campaign and mere diplomacy what I may say to you is good luck.

Criminal Paul Kagame and his illuminate sacrifices

For generations, before the arrival of Christianity and Islam to Rwanda; Rwandans used to pray at different gods, animal sacrifices to these gods was a ritual and norm of the day. Within Abega ethnicity the ritual sacrifices to the gods and ancestors went further; they thanked the ancestral powers through human sacrifices. Abega families would sacrifice their sons to the gods (Nyabingi), to thank them for good harvest, herds, health, family strength, riches and good luck. Abega families would also sacrifice their sons to remove bad spells from their families or bewitch their rivals.

Since criminal Paul Kagame became a major within the NRA/UPDF in Uganda, he adopted and embraced medieval abega culture of human sacrifices. When he was appointed by Museveni to coordinate the work of the RPA rebellion, criminal Paul Kagame’s human sacrifice endeavour was on the increase, he was able to attain with easy Tutsi boys for his ritual sacrifices. Kagame recently told Rwandans that, “God out to come and speak to him directly.” Criminal Paul Kagame has his own gods; these are underworld gods (Nyabingi), the gods of his ancestors, the gods of his aunt Kajongera and uncle Kabale and the gods of his father Rutagambwa.

Criminal Paul Kagame, born as Kagame Rutagambwa has never been baptised nor had any holy communion in any church denomination. His name was changed by his father to Paul Kagame at Gahunge refugee camp. This was the time when his father started telling other Rwandan refugees at the camp that he has now embraced Protestantism Christian denomination (Church of Uganda). This was a strategic economic change rather than spiritual change, as Rutagambwa had been told by Batoro employers at the City council in Kamwenge to convert to Church of Uganda before he can be offered or secure any work.

How Paul Kagame sacrifices Tutsi boys for his illuminate gods

I will be looking at this sub-topic from the time when criminal Paul Kagame was appointed to coordinate the RPA rebellion by his god father Yoweri Museveni. Criminal Paul Kagame entrusted a close net of Abega associates for his illuminate operation. Between 1990-1994, those to be sacrificed would be identified from the training wing and then transported to Masaka – Uganda for the sacrificial rituals. Intelligence officer Dan Munyuza who is Umwega was in charge of screening at the training camp; he was personally instructed by Paul Kagame to identify Tutsi boys for his illuminate sacrifices.

Dan Munyuza

Dan Munyuza was told to only select non-abega Tutsis, tall, well built with a total Tutsi look. To them, the gods (Nyabingi) had to get the best of the best. After identifying the person to be sacrificed, Dan Muyuza would brief the excited newly passed recruit that he is being posted to escort Afande Pissy (Paul Kagame). He would then be picked from Mulindi training section by Paul Kagame’s personal driver and nephew, Private Hatari Sekoko. The sacrificial person would then be transported to Uganda under tight security of Corporal (now a colonel) Silas Udahemuka and Private Charles Shema (Now Lt. Colonel), who are respectively cousin and nephew of criminal Paul Kagame.

Between 1990-1994, Criminal Paul Kagame’s human sacrifices were conducted by the late Hadji Badru Zziwa who was also known in Masaka by the nickname of JAJA. He was a first class witchdoctor and a staunch supporter of the FPR in Masaka-Uganda. When he started working for criminal Paul Kagame, he stopped receiving other illuminate clients who included top Ugandan officials. Once the delivery convoy arrive in Masaka-Uganda at Hadji Badru’s house, the person to be sacrificed would then be put on a gun point by the group he thought were his comrades and the individual would be tied until the day of the sacrifice.

According to a our very reliable source who knows Kagame’s illuminate operations, these sacrifices were always conducted at night when the moon was clear at a shrine that was build in Hadji Badru Zziwa’s compound. Apart from the names mentioned above, other people present in Paul Kagame’s illuminate sacrifices were death merchant Jack Nziza and Dr Emmanuel Ndahiro. This was abega exclusive ritual which used to be attended by selected group of abega men, these are the same clique which now controls the country at all levels.

Jack Nziza

At present, criminal Paul Kagame’s illuminate human sacrifices are always conducted at his residential house in Muhazi; where witchdoctors are brought and transported from West Africa to conduct their ritual sacrifices. His current witchdoctors are selected and brought to Rwanda through Richard Murefu who is Paul Kagame’s brother in law, Sheikh Habimana Saleh and Sheikh Abdul Karim Harerimana.

Criminal Kagame has a deep conviction and belief that it’s due to his illuminate human sacrifices that he is able to succeed in the killing of his comrades, be loved by the Anglo Saxons, able to manipulate the public, made him “famous”, rich and be feared. To him, human sacrifice is about attaining power, keeping it and his personal prosperity. The criminal ruler is always conducting illuminate human sacrifices to spell curse and succeed in the killing of his nemesis and enemies.

Dear Rwandans, the country is being ruled by abega atheist, to them killing is a norm and a ritual. The country is being ruled by ruthless criminals with mercenary ideology of root and kill. In Diaspora, these atheists are moving from capital to capital spreading hate, intimidation, poison and community division. To be continued……………

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Rwandan Tutsi Prince Rwigemera Assassinated?
by AfroAmerica Network on May 1, 2007

Brussels: Was the Rwandan Tutsi prince, John Rwigemera, assassinated?

By AfroAmerica Network.

Tuesday, May 1, 2007.

photo: Rwandan King

John Rwigemera, a Rwandan Tutsi prince, died last week after suddenly falling ill. John Rwigemera, whose uncle was the last Rwandan Tutsi King Kigeli V John Baptiste Ndahindurwa, fled Rwanda in 1973 and has been living in Belgium.

The Rwanan Government led by General Paul Kagame has recently suspected John Rwigemera of being a member of the Rwandan rebel group, Rally for the Rwandan People (RPR), made mainly of Tutsis and former RPF members. RPR has allied itself with a mainly Hutu rebel movement, the Rally for Unity and Development (RUD-Urunana). Both armed rebels groups have troops operating inside Rwanda and on the borders between Rwanda, Uganda, and Tanzania. Recently, 10 members of these two groups were detained in Uganda. They were accused of recruiting soldiers from Tutsi refugee camps and sending them over the border to fight in Rwanda. Ugandan authorities extradited them to Rwanda. According to sources close to the Rwandan military intelligence (DMI), some of those extradited were tortured, and in the process mentioned the name of John Rwigemera as one of the leaders of the RPR group. Since then, according to the same sources, the DMI put in motion the order to assassinate the prince.

John Rwigemera himself was very accessible. He was a taxi cab driver in Brussels. However, the Rwandan government feared his physical elimination would deepen even further the widening rift among Tutsi who support the monarchy and those allied to General Paul Kagame who form the elite governing Rwanda. General Paul Kagame is from the Abega clan, whereas the Rwandan Tutsi Kings were from the clan of Abasindi-Abanyiginya. Traditionally, Abega supplied brides to the Abanyiginya princes. However, in 1896, an Abega queen, Kanjogera, who is also an ancestor of General Paul Kagame, organized a coup against her stepson and legal Tutsi King, Mutara Rutarindwa, killed him, and crowned her own biological son, Yuhi IV Musinga. A rift among Abega and Abanyiginya ensued, up to today. The rift is so severe that when General Paul Kagame took over power, none of the Abanyiginya princes or the former King Kigeli Ndahindurwa rushed home, despite more than 30 years of exile.

John Rigemera was resuming his shift as a tax cab driver, after meeting a few friends when he did not feel good. He went home to take a rest blaming fatigue. When he got home, his situation worsened and he called in an ambulance. When the ambulance got at his home, John Rwigemera was no more. Belgian medical experts blamed heart failure but could not explain the cause of the heart failure.

The sudden death of John Rwigemera reminds of the death of his brother in Nairobi a few years ago. The brother also fell ill and was dead in a few hours. His sudden death was blamed on Kagame’s DMI, but there was no follow-up. Whether John Rwigemera was eliminated because of his alleged association with the Rwanda rebels or because of the rift between Abega and Abanyiginya remains a mystery. What is sure is that the death of John Rwigemera will widen the rift between the Rwandan remaining Abanyiginya Tutsi princes and Kings, led by Kigeli Ndahindurwa and his nephews the Rwigemera, and their nemesis Abega, led by General Paul Kagame.
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