and friends of Paul Kagame
Paul Kagame Rwanda
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Philip Gourevitch is a close friend of Paul Kagame and a conduit for State Department disinformation passed by James Rubin, who was also Chief Spokesman for the Clinton State Department (1997-2000), and whose sister, Elizabeth Rubin, was dating Gourevitch. [2008 Dec] Merchants of Death: Exposing Corporate-financed Holocaust in Africa. White Collar War Crimes, Black African Fall Guys by Keith Harmon Snow
[2012 Oct] Mitchell insisted on handout to dictator: £16m aid 'a parting favour' for his friend in Rwanda
Elizabeth II, Queen,
Cameron, David 2007
Andrew Mitchell, International Development Secretary UK
Paul Kagame with backers from Royal/Dutch Shell Corporation in Kigali, Rwanda—photo from New Vision newspaper, Uganda
Clinton, Bill ABOVE: The Reagan, G.H.W. Bush, Clinton and G.W. Bush administrations all supported war crimes and genocide in Central Africa by backing the guerrilla warfare of Yoweri Museveni (now President in Uganda) and his National Resistance Army/Movement and then Paul Kagame (Museveni's former Director of Military Intelligence) and the Rwandan Patriotic Army/Front in Rwanda. (Photo credit: some photographer serving the propaganda system.) [2010 March] The Rwanda Hit List: Revisionism, Denial, and the Genocide Conspiracy by Keith Harmon Snow
Blair, Tony [2009 Jan] Ben Affleck, Rwanda, and Corporate Sustained Catastrophe by Keith Harmon Snow (Part 2) Tony Blair, Britain’s Prime Minister (1997-2007) at the time of the first and second Anglo-American invasions of Congo, led by the proxy forces of Paul Kagame and Yoweri Museveni, has been a personal advisor to President Kagame since January 2008.
[2011 March] Forget Gaddafi. Blair's NEW best friend is a despot guilty of even bloodier slaughter
Sarkozy Rwanda President Paul Kagame, right, and French President Nicolas Sarkozy, during the national anthem ceremony prior to their meeting at the presidential palace in Kigali, Rwanda.
Madame Agathe Habyarimana, Hutu wife of the assassinated President Juvenal Habayrimana, who tops Rwanda's 'most wanted' list, falsely accused and arrested in Paris on March 2, 2010, the day after President Sarkozy made a deal with Kagame in Kigali.