Grief and sorrow have engulfed France-based cabals of fugitives and deniers of the 1994 Genocide against Tutsi following yesterday’s reelection of President Emmanuel Macron, a man who promised to get rid of those criminals who remain at large in the European country.
The president-elect made the revelation a year ago during his historical visit to Rwanda whereby he visited the Kigali Genocide Memorial – the final resting place for more than 250,000 victims of the Genocide against Tutsi and sought the forgiveness of the genocide survivors for what he admitted was his country’s “historical and political responsibility in Rwanda.”
Speaking at the memorial, Macron made a speech in which he refuted those that push double genocide theories stressing that “there was only one single genocide – that is the 1994 Genocide against Tutsi” among other revelations that itched to the core genocide fugitives, deniers and their apologists.
“The time has come to reconcile our memories, recognize the past, bow to the victims (of the 1994 Genocide against Tutsi), and listen to the survivors’ pain,” noted President Macron.
France-based groups of Genocide deniers led by the family of former president Juvenal Habyarimana and the offspring of genocide perpetrators under Jambo ASBL have since tried to protest against Macron’s revelations and went on to decamp him in the just-concluded elections but they were doing nothing than flogging a dead horse.
France is home to at least 47 indicted Genocide suspects who include Agathe Kanziga Habyarimana, widow of the genocidal regime leader Habyarimana and hundreds of deniers and revisionists who have been hiding in the country for years.
However, the days of those criminals are numbered as President Macron pledged to not tolerate them anymore. They will soon be brought to book, it’s just a matter of time.