Google+ Followers

Monday, 18 May 2015

When Mercenaries for the American New World Order system cling to power using Al-Qaeda/ war on terror politics: Born Again Burundi president Pierre Nkurunziza clings to power despite failed coup and massive opposition against his third term bid: Pierre Nkurunziza blamed the confusion in Burundi on Somalia's Al-Qaeda-linked Al-Shebab militants

38 Ye have heard that it hath been said, An eye for an eye, and a tooth for a tooth: 39 But I say unto you, That ye resist not evil: but whosoever shall smite thee on thy right cheek, turn to him the other also. (Matthew 5:38-39)


19 Dearly beloved, avenge not yourselves, but rather give place unto wrath: for it is written, Vengeance is mine; I will repay, saith the Lord. 20 Therefore if thine enemy hunger, feed him; if he thirst, give him drink: for in so doing thou shalt heap coals of fire on his head. 21 Be not overcome of evil, but overcome evil with good.(Romans 12 19-21)

All this gives the lie to the claim by many in the Western media that the nations of Africa are "FAILED STATES" - the plain implication of such a statement being that these nations are "FAILED STATES" BECAUSE THE BLACKS OF AFRICA ARE A "FAILED PEOPLE" - as Gary North and other Christian evangelicals would have people to believe. But the fact is, these states are "failed states" because the West - and most particularly, the United States - have very purposefully and deliberately created the conditions to collapse them as states. Moreover, the fact that these states are ruled over by brutal THUGS is true precisely and only because the West has installed these THUGS in power to do their bidding - people such as Mobutu Sese Seko - and assassinated all those who would have aligned Africa in the interests of the African people - leaders such as Patrice Lumumba. S,R. Shearer

US solders train Burudi soldiers

For the past several decades, a New World Order has been emerging. The model calls for most of the nations of the world to be divided into two parts - an elite class of political / economic "managers," which in most countries approximates about 20 percent of the population, and a "worker-serf" class, which makes up the remaining 80 percent of the population. The "managers" rule the country at the behest and in the interest of American corporate power, which itself is sustained by the machinations and intrigues of the CIA, which in turn is backed up by the guns of the American military. It is an Orwellian realm of "Newspeak" in which there is very little connection between perception and reality; where "freedom" means "slavery;" "democracy" means rule of the many by the few in the interest of corporate profits; and ORGANIZED religion is utilized as a significant and extremely consequential instrument of state control.For the eighty percent of the population which falls into the "worker-serf" category, it is a notably cruel and utterly despotic system. It's held together in two ways: first, by police forces given to fascist-like brutality, torture, terror, and, on extreme occasions, the use of death squads; and second, by an ORGANIZED religious system which has mastered "magic," "mysticism," and Pavlovian psychological techniques. S.R shearer


USA soldiers with their Burudi counterparts

Pierre Nkurunziza makes first appearance since Burundi's failed coup

Burundi's President Pierre Nkurunziza stands at the President's office in Bujumbura on May 17, 2015 as he made his first official appearance since an attempted coup against him this week. AFP PHOTO 
By Agencies

Posted  Monday, May 18   2015 at  09:22
In Summary

Burundi's President Pierre Nkurunziza Sunday made his first appearance since an attempted coup, warning of a threat from Islamist Shebab militants and sending a clear message he is in charge of the central African nation

US Army mentors Burundi soldiers

Burundi's President Pierre Nkurunziza Sunday made his first appearance since an attempted coup, warning of a threat from Islamist Shebab militants and sending a clear message he is in charge of the central African nation.
Dressed in a blue blazer and polo shirt, the president smiled and shook hands with reporters at the presidency in Bujumbura's city centre. He gave only a brief statement, without even mentioning the failed plot to overthrow him.
A group of top generals on Wednesday launched a bid to oust Nkurunziza while he was on a visit to neighbouring Tanzania after weeks of deadly street protests over his controversial bid to stand for a third term in office.
Nkurunziza spoke about reported threats from Somalia's Al-Qaeda-linked Shebab militants, who have threatened attacks against Burundi and other states that contribute troops to the African Union force in Somalia.

A US soldier with a female Burudi soldier
"We have taken measures against Al-Shebab. We take this threat seriously," the president said.
Nkurunziza has been accused of launching a campaign of repression against opponents and trying to silence independent media since coup leaders admitted defeat on Friday after fierce fighting with loyalist troops.
Seventeen alleged plotters appeared in court on Saturday, including a former defence minister and two top police commissioners, to face accusations of "attempting to overthrow the state".
Willy Nyamitwe, a close aide to the president, said Burundi's election commission "could decide to delay" parliamentary and presidential votes due to the crisis, but gave no indication the president had changed his mind about standing for re-election.
"We will put everything in place for the laws and constitution to be respected and for elections to be held," he said, insisting any delay would not be used as a pretext for Nkurunziza to prolong his rule.
Parliamentary elections are due to take place on May 26, and presidential polls on June 26. Nyamitwe suggested they could be delayed by "two or three days, by a week".
The election commission said a decision on the delay would be announced in the coming days.

Burundi AMISOM troops board a plane for Somalia
Born-again president
Opposition and rights groups insist that Nkurunziza's bid for a third five-year term is against the constitution and the terms of the peace deal that brought an end to the country's civil war in 2006.
The president has also been accused of intimidating opponents and failing to lift the fortunes of small landlocked Burundi, one of the poorest countries on the planet.
Nkurunziza, a former rebel leader and born-again Christian who believes he has divine backing to lead the country, argues his first term did not count as he was elected by parliament, not directly by the people.

U.S. Marine Corps Sgt. Ibrahim Bosch talks to a Burundi National Defense Force (BNDF

There are fears Burundi could slide into a cycle of vicious reprisals against anyone linked to the coup, after witnesses and security sources said troops loyal to the president have been hunting down rival soldiers, even the wounded in hospital.
Aide Nyamitwe dismissed concerns the lives of alleged plotters could be in danger. "No one is going to be killed," aide Nyamitwe told reporters.
"Some of them surrendered and others have been caught by security forces. The others who are still on the run are being sought by the police and the army to be brought to justice. All of them are going to be judged."
Weeks of protests have already left at least 20 people dead, many of them shot by police during the demonstrations. It remains unclear how many were killed during the coup attempt.
Protests due Monday 
Reflecting the continued tensions, the United States said Sunday it had evacuated 20 Americans, along with Canadians and other foreign citizens from Kigali, the day after European aid groups pulled out their foreign staff.

AMISON female army officer from Burundi
Bujumbura was calm on Sunday, although civil society and opposition activists have vowed to resume street protests on Monday.
"There is a truce so we can bury our dead," said Pacifique Nininahazwe, one of the leaders of the campaign to stop the president from standing again. "The protests will start again on Monday morning."
Officials say chief coup plotter Godefroid Niyombare, a former intelligence chief, was still on the run -- although he had said Friday that he planned to hand himself in.
Rights activist Innocent Muhozi also said journalists were being subjected to threats of arrest and even death, and that the head of the prominent independent radio station RPA had been forced to flee the country.
Burundi's main independent radio stations were attacked and put off the air by loyalist troops during the coup attempt. The president's aide, however, condemned the attacks.
More than 100,000 Burundians have fled the violence to neighbouring nations, the United Nations said Friday.

Must READ:

Bishop Jean Marie Runiga, Becomes a spokes person for the M23: Using Confusion, misinformation and disinformation to Hide the Central role of USA, her allies and client states in the Conflict in the ‘Democratic’ republic of Congo(DRC)  

Jesus’ rebel??? Bishop Jean-Marie Runiga the spokes person of M23 rebels admits visiting Kampala but says they will not leave Goma


Can a slave state for the American New World order system put its BOSS on ransom : Uganda Government insists threat to recall troops from Somalia

If you look a little bit more carefully you can see the American New world order system and her client/slave states: US experts to assist police in recruitment: Ugandan soldiers complete US-led special operations training course: Uganda on course to become a total dictatorship, Prof.OLoka Onyango

Fooling us about Uganda’s neutrality in the Congo Conflict!!! Militarizing the Congo to help USA and allies to rape Congo resources: DRC troops, civilians fleeing to Uganda after rebel clashes


When the United Nations exposed itself as a CLIENT STATE of the American New World order system: United Nations distances itself from Congo report: Mean while report accuses Ugandan generals and UPDF for supporting M23 rebels

Congolese Civil Society organizations condemn Uganda’s meddling in the Congo Conflict: Uganda, Angola leaders hold talks over DR Congo conflict

Hillary Clinton’s messianic entry into Uganda amidst the politics of Ebola scare: US’ Hillary starts Africa tour, here in Uganda tomorrow: Washington says Ms Clinton’s meeting with Museveni on Friday will focus on regional security, human rights and democracy: Oh! Really

Obama Tells Kagame to Stop Support for M23 Rebels in Eastern Congo: Oh really!!!


When Rwandan Refugees Die like rats amidst Global silence: Rwanda Journalist Shot in Kampala

Patrick Karegeya: Rwanda exile 'murdered' in Johannesburg: Opposition accuses Kagame of Karegeya’s murder

Karegeya’s wife asks God to avenge husband’s murder

The curse of blood persists over Rwanda: When Rwandans foolishly think that Museveni can protect them against Kagame: Museveni, Kagame and police chiefs in regional security talks: Karegeya’s burial for Saturday in South Africa after government of Uganda refused his burial in Uganda

The Herculean task of painting Black US client dictatorial regimes white: How the fallen eloquent journalist Andrew Mwenda tried tooth and Nail to erase Karegeya’s death from Kagame.