Burundi: The military clique in power is ready to move on to the final phase of the genocide underway since 2005 (part 3)

Burundi: The military clique in power is ready to move on to the final phase of the genocide underway since 2005 (part 3)
We are resuming our journey towards demonstrating « that the acts of the military clique in power since 2005 are in line with the genocide of the Tutsi long started by Hutu extremists ». It must be added that these acts also affected opposition Hutus in order to weaken or annihilate them so that one day they would not be able to oust them from power.
We had already shown that the crimes committed by the military clique of the cnddfdd in power since 2005 constitute acts of genocide as the word genocide is defined by the Larousse dictionary.
Today we begin the analysis of the 10 stages of a genocide only to realize that we are finally at the last. According to academic expert Gregory H. Stanton, « the genocide process unfolds in ten stages, which do not always follow a linear progression, they can coexist. »
The first step, according to Gregory, is classification. He defines it as ’a division of people between’ us ’and’ them ’by groups in positions of authority, based on ethnicity, race, religion or nationality.
In Burundi as in Rwanda, the Belgian colonizer, who had found unified societies, with very solid governance structures, could not establish his influence well without dividing them between what he called the Hutu, Tutsi and Twa ethnic groups. People who speak the same language, with the same culture. These groups constituted social categories which lived in perfect harmony and very complementary (breeders, farmers, artisans). The Belgian has especially set the Hutus (numerical majority) against the Tutsis (numerical minority), by excluding them himself from the administration saying that they are not able to lead with the aim of revolting them subsequently, making them understand that they cannot accept being dominated / ruled by a minority. This is where the 1959 revolution came from, known as the « Kayibanda Social Revolution » in Rwanda; an inspiration to the Burundian Hutus; they have repeatedly tried to imitate him, but they did not quite succeed.
In Rwanda, they even introduced a system of identity cards indicating the ethnicity of the individual. We are on our way there today in Burundi with the ethnic censuses underway.
Regarding classification, let’s talk about it specifically in Burundi. Indeed, despite the physical traits invented by the settler (which were otherwise biased), this did not prevent the Burundians from living in peace, in mutual respect. The virus of ethnic divisions was carried away by the palipehutu (like the palimehutu of Rwanda), and this Tutsi extermination ideology, learned in Rwanda, was taught in Burundi to the point that a child in primary school should know that it is necessary to kill a Tutsi accused of all evils to make him unpleasant in the eyes of the Hutu. This is what led to the great genocide of the Tutsi of 1993 planned and executed by the Frodebu and the palipehutu. All the Tutsis had to be killed until the unborn children asked what a Tutsi looked like, they said.
With the cnddfdd, it was Evariste Ndayishimiye himself who introduced the notion of  » ABENEGIHUGU  » (those to whom the country belongs) = the Hutus, as opposed to  » ABANYAGIHUGU  » (the people) = the Tutsis . It was also under his tenure that ethnic censuses began. As he is a good student of the Havyarimana regime in Rwanda, let’s not be surprised tomorrow if he introduces identity cards on which are marked the ethnicities of the people. Time will tell.
URN HITAMWONEZA once again advises the Burundians to refuse this colonist’s policy of « divide and rule » implemented by the military clique of the ruling cnddfdd because it only leads to genocide. Together, we must feel Burundians obliged to live together in mutual respect and then block the road to these criminals who only want to make us springboards to stay in power and line their pockets when we are unable to eat. twice a day.

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