Bloodshed, violence, riots all across DRC-Congo because a cold-blooded killer is trying to hang onto the presidency, and control of the army. Did Hippolyte Karambe aka Joseph Kabila murder his step-father, the late President Laurent Kabila? I don't know. Has he murdered anyone? I don't know. I do know dead bodies have been showing up all around DRC-Congo during his presidency, and that they are showing up now when he tried to do a Nazi trick of getting himself voted in as "president-for-life". Because he is quite convinced that when he stops being president, he will be assassinated. If not before.
On the PeaceScientists.org Humanity Index, click here, President Joseph Kabila hovers around zero. Because he did not kill, or get killed, my friends, the 20 good men who were arrested and charged with offenses they physically could not have committed. That may be because the cops under South African policeman Lieutenant Zeeman were not cold-blooded killers themselves. I don't know. Certainly plenty of soldiers in Congo are cold-blooded killers each with a sub-zero Humanity Index.
My friends, Congolese refugees in South Africa, want to go back to Congo, to go back to farms and lands, to go back to a country with a stable currency and jobs. They know that none of this can happen when the resources of DRC-Congo continues to be hijacked by thieves friendly to President Joseph Kabila.
Today, some Congolese refugees in South Africa protested the vote to make Joseph Kabila president-for-life outside the Embassy of DRC-Congo. South African police showed up, fired rubber bullets and injured several of the protesters. And arrested 10 of them.
The right to protest even the greatest evil does not exist in South Africa for Congolese.
Kambale Musavuli posted the following:
"And they wonder why there are Telema protests across the Congo? January 17 is the anniversary of the
assassination of Lumumba by the CIA and other actors. It is also a
national holiday in the Congo. The Congolese government decided to get a
vote in the parliament on Saturday January 17, 2014... a Saturday and a
holiday... to try to get a highly contested electoral law passed that
will extend the last presidential term of Joseph Kabila ending in 2016
by imposing a national census before we hold elections in 2016.
Well... Lumumba said to the spirit of the youths "TELEMA!""