Museveni 2012: Justice for the world’s brutal dictator of Uganda

Museveni 2012 {M7 2012}

  • The worlds most corrupt leader, wealth estimated at over 11 billion USD

  • The worlds most brutal leader, attributed deaths: 6 million

  • Known for child soldier abductions and torture

  • Some of his Key Lieutenants like Piere Bemba(the fat boy) and Thomas Lubanga are already in the international Criminal Court at the Hague.

Related: NewsRescueKony 2012 Exposed: Psyop For Invasion Of Africa [Video]

This is the real problem that needs global attention in Uganda

According to Adam Branch, senior research fellow at the Makerere Institute of Social Research, Uganda, and assistant professor of political science at San Diego State University, US, on Aljazeera:

The hunt for Joseph Kony is the perfect excuse for this strategy – how often does the US government find millions of young Americans pleading that they intervene militarily in a place rich in oil and other resources? The US government would be pursuing this militarisation with or without Invisible Children – Kony 2012 just makes it a little easier. Therefore, it is the militarisation we need to worry about, not Invisible Children.

…the very serious problems people face today have little to do with Kony.

…Indeed, the problems people face today are the legacy of the camps, where more than a million Acholi were forced to live, and die – for years – by their own government as part of a counterinsurgency that received essential support from the US government and from international aid agencies. …How are we, as US citizens, allowing our government to militarise Africa in the name of the “War on Terror” and its effort to secure oil resources? These are the questions that we who represent Kony 2012’s target audience must ask ourselves, because we are indeed responsible for the conflict in northern Uganda – responsible for helping to cause and prolong it. It is not, however, our responsibility, as Invisible Children encourages us to believe, to try to end the conflict by sending in military force.

Related: NewsRescue- The Real Crises in Uganda and Central Africa: Worse than the Holocaust- No, Not Kony 2012

Africa Bleeds From Dictator Yoweri Museveni’s War Crimes

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Tyrant Yoweri Museveni might have friends in Western Capitals protecting him from all the crimes he has committed, such as; Use of child soldiers, Conscripting or enlisting children under the age of 15 years into armed forces or groups, or using them to participate actively in hostilities (refer to the so called “Kadogos” of Luwero and in DR Congo);but one day…one day, will be pay back time!

Obama with Brutal Dictator Museveni

Yoweri Museveni


Yoweri Museveni

Yoweri museveni must be charged

Here are some of the few charges;

Acts of terrorism – in Luwero, Gulu, Southern Sudan, Rwanda, and Congo.
Terrorising the civilian population and collective punishments
You can add setting off bombs around Kampala and Jinja some years back.

Murder – Unlawful killings
All the killings of prominent people during the time of Amin, Obote II, Lule, Binaise till now. This has been the work of Museveni and FRONASA. Witnesses are still alive and will pin him.
Extreme violence to life, health and physical or mental well-being of persons, in particular murder

Sexual violence – Rape
In Congo and Gulu (refer to the IDP camps)

Sexual slavery and other forms of sexual violence (DR Congo and Gulu)
Outrages upon personal dignity ( DR Congo and Gulu)

Physical violence
Violence to life, health and physical or mental well being of persons, in particular cruel treatment (refer to what happened and is still happening in DR Congo and Northen Uganda)

Other inhumane acts (refer to IDP camps in Northern Uganda)

Use of child soldiers
Conscripting or enlisting children under the age of 15 years into armed forces or groups, or using them to participate actively in hostilities (refer to the so called “Kadogos” of Luwero and in DR Congo)

Abductions and forced labour
Enslavement (refer to DR Congo and Gulu camps)

Pillaging (refer to the UN reports on DR Congo and Teak wood from Southern Sudan) Ugandans, never forget, you and your great grand kids have a debt of US$ 10 Billion hanging over head. This is not some theoretical problem, it is real and we better take it seriously.

Money Laundering
Refer to the case of one Ananias Tumukunde who was arrested in London with British Pounds 120,000
Money is also laundred in local assets like Garden City complex in Kampala, and others which will come to light one day.
Arms Smuggling
Refer to the incident when a Uganda Airlines plane was impounded in Yugoslavia some years back.

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Some of his Key Lieutenants like Piere Bemba(the fat boy) and Thomas Lubanga are already in the international Criminal Court at the Hague.

However, its the very so called international Community, mainly USA and United Kingdom that is sponsoring Yoweri Museveni’s genocide against the African people.

UPDF forces and officials of other government-related military security agencies have committed and are still continuing committing multiple abuses against the human rights of northern Ugandans, including summary execution, torture, rape, child recruitment, and inhuman conditions of detention in unauthorized detention locations. They are rarely prosecuted for crimes committed against civilians. Even when UPDF abuses have been investigated, the investigations have sometimes been kept internal and therefore have created an appearance of impunity, which has not improved public trust.
UPDF responses to allegations of abuses against civilians, such as rape, unlawful killing, and torture, range from the crime going unpunished, to being “punished” by transferring the accused, to the court martial of some individual soldiers without proper investigation, all the way to the rare court martial. Often it appears that the action followed, or the punishment meted out is at the sole discretion of the individual UPDF field commander.
For example, the storming of Gulu Prison by UPDF Soldiers.
The UPDF has committed summary (extra judicial) execution and torture of captives since Operation Iron Fist began. Since the last time when four UPDF mambas (armored vehicles) full of UPDF soldiers raided Gulu Prison under the command of the head of military intelligence of Operation Iron Fist, Lt. Col. Charles Awany Otema. According to eyewitness reports by prison inmates and confirmed by the assistant superintendent of Gulu Central Prison, prison authorities (wardens) refused entry to the soldiers after the UPDF officers failed to produce a search warrant or any other document permitting them to enter.
During the raid, the UPDF soldiers beat and pushed aside the prison wardens, as they forced their way into the prison. Captain Rugadia, of the intelligence division of Internal Security, ordered twenty-three prisoners by name out of their cells. A UPDF officer singled out a prisoner known as “Yumbe,” Peter Oloya, who was accused of planning to escape from the prison. That officer then ordered the soldiers to shoot Peter Oloya.
The prison wardens rejected this accusation and tried to stop the killing, arguing with the UPDF that no one would try to escape from the prison with so many soldiers present, and therefore there was no reason to shoot any prisoner. Nevertheless, the UPDF soldiers shot Peter Oloya in the back, with the bullet exiting his chest. Everyone panicked and another prisoner was almost shot.
The UPDF soldiers hastily loaded the twenty-two prisoners, together with the dead body of Peter Oloya, on the mambas, ordering them to lie down flat. They took the prisoners straight to the quarter guard at the army barracks detention center in Gulu. The UPDF took Peter Oloya’s body away and has not released it to his relatives for burial as of the writing of this report. The UPDF claimed it had to move the prisoners from Gulu Prison based on military intelligence’s discovery of a planned rescue attempt by the LRA.
This event, and the subsequent torture of the prisoners at the Gulu barracks, has generated a number of civil suits, and actions by many human rights bodies such as UHRC, Amnesty International, etc. Leave alone many unreported arrest, detention, killing of civilians by the UPDF soldiers.
These days is even worst under the command of Operation Iron Fist, Lt. Col. Charles Awany Otema, because the UPDF soldiers would falsely suspect you of being a rebel or rebels collaborators. On suspecting you, they will arrest you, torture or ill-treat and detain you in the military barrack. Sometimes they arrest you and dress you in military uniform and begin claiming that they caught you in the battlefront fighting against the government alongside the rebels. This happened to so many people who are civilians, some even students. The best-known case of this kind occurred in Nwoya county last February 2005 where a man by name Opoka, a farmer was accused first of growing crops for rebels and later after he was arrested by UPDF soldiers from his garden even when digging in his cassava plantation by the UPDF soldiers. They arrested and dressed him in army uniform, and they later killed him, then they fabricated a story and reported that Opoka was a rebel and he was killed in a battlefront fighting on the side of LRA.
Another case was a boy named Odida Churchill from Awac, a student of Awere senior secondary school. Odida was arrested when he was coming from school and he was even carrying his books, but he was arrested, taken to Gulu military barrack, and later UPDF soldiers said he was arrested in a battle fighting alongside rebels. He was tortured to death by UPDF soldiers, and so many others.
Non-stop Torture and Ill-Treatment by the UPDF
The UPDF soldiers ever since has been arresting, torturing and detaining civilians in Gulu military barracks. Aida Lagulu was arrested and gang-raped during her detention there. Tony Kitara, the local councilor-III of Bungatira, Gulu district, reported that he was tortured in Gulu barracks. AbuOpoka was arrested, tortured and detained in Gulu Military barrack on so many times for being a mother of suspected rebel collaborator. Recently she was found shot with other women whom the UPDF soldiers claimed they shot them unintended because they (UPDF) thought they were rebels.
In a separate case, Stephen O, a twenty-five-year-old man from Layibi in Gulu municipality, lost a leg after UPDF soldiers shoot him outside a shop and later they came back to make sure he was dead. Stephen went on his bicycle to the trading center to buy paraffin. Just before he entered the shop some UPDF soldiers ordered the shopkeeper to close up. Two of the soldiers came up to him, placed him under arrest, asked him about his home, and started beating him with the butts of their guns.
One soldier, addressing Stephen in Kiswahili, ordered him to run but Stephen did not understand him and ignored the order. The other soldier, from Teso in eastern Uganda, told him (in a language he understood) to run “otherwise I would be shot. I started to run and they shot at me. They hit me in my leg.”
The Teso soldier ordered many people around the shop to leave. stephen lost consciousness and woke up three hours later and started crawling into a nearby hotel. He heard the soldiers coming back to check on him and one said, “I told you the guy’s leg was not shot properly, so he escaped.”
Stephen hid under a bed in a hotel room but the soldiers, after more searching, found him and took his identification card. He played dead. More soldiers came in and argued over whether Stephen was dead or not. Searching his belongings, they took 1,000 Ugandan shillings from his pockets, and left. Two soldiers came back, dragged Stephen from the room, and threw him into the bush. Early in the morning, he managed to reach a nearby house and ask for help.
Stephen’s leg was amputated in Lacor hospital in Gulu but he did not take his medical form, describing his injuries, to the police afterward. He did not see any reason for doing this because, “There are so many people who were shot by UPDF in my area and nothing happened, nothing will happen when I bring the form to the police because even police is part of them.”
Torture is inflicted on some people held in military detention facilities by UPDF soldiers. After David O. was arrested for alleged collaboration with rebels, UPDF soldiers under the command of a second lieutenant, whose name David provided, burned David O. by pouring melting plastic from a jerry can over his shoulders and back.
The incident was reported to a local human rights organization. According to the report, David O. was initially arrested by members of the Kalangala Action Plan, and the torture allegedly took place in their presence. Subsequently the case developed its own momentum. The UPDF arrested and reportedly tortured members of David O.’s family inside the army detachment to force them to disclose the name of the person who had reported the case to the human rights group. Under coercion, they provided the name of the paralegal of Olwal IDP camp, who was then arrested and kept in detention at the army detachment in Olwal camp.
David O., the torture victim, was asked to pay 35,000 Ugandan shillings for his release. He was later sent to the hospital for treatment of his back, which was badly injured.
A sixteen-year-old Peter O. who was abducted by the rebel of LRA but managed to escaped from the rebels was shot at by the UPDF when he was approaching a roadblock, even when he was pleading that he is a civilian. The soldiers kept shoting at him three times, but failed to hit him. “I started rolling and then raised my hands in surrender, so the commander ordered them to stop shooting.”
The UPDF beat him badly. “They started beating me in the barracks, loaded me on a vehicle and took me to Miajakulu detachment” where he said he was kicked and beaten “until they were sure my backbone was broken. I was tied in the three-point ‘‘kandoya’’ way and kicked.
Arrests of Alleged Rebel Collaborators
The Gulu branch of the Legal Aid Project received complaints that Ugandan government authorities, mostly the UPDF, had arbitrarily detained people on treason charges, illegally detained persons in UPDF military barracks, conducted arrests without warrants, and denied detainees access to the judiciary.
Suspected civilians were arrested and kept in military barrack instead of police detention, investigations and collection of evidence were rare, torture and ill-treatment of suspects were rampant, living conditions were unsanitary and overcrowded in many cases, and some of the persons carrying out the arrests had no authority to do so. Suspects have been arrested by the UPDF, the LDUs, the police, the KAP, the CMI, and officers from various intelligence agencies connected to the Internal Security Organization (ISO). Many people arrested for alleged rebel collaboration in northern Uganda were arrested in their villages or fields, pursuant to an order whereby the government restricted movement from the internally displaced persons camps as described above.
This order resulted into a precarious situation for the population of northern Uganda. They were restricted to camps where they were vulnerable to UPDF and LRA attacks and famine (food shortages due to little space in which to garden and LRA attacks on relief food convoys), or they risked arrest for alleged rebel collaboration for trying to return to their homes and fields to plant or harvest food crops.
UPDF soldiers also on many occasions go to people gardens or plantation and destroy their crops, claiming they are doing that because people in the villages are growing crops for rebels. They also claim most Acholis are rebel collaborators.
Many supporters of the political opposition are arrested, detained or killed, depending on God luck. In a region where the support for President Museveni in the last presidential elections allegedly did not exceed 20 percent, the arbitrary practice of the UPDF and security organs of arresting and incarcerating civilians created an atmosphere of fear and political repression. According to one of the Gulu prisoners,
I was politically outspoken and I had told the president [Museveni] during a rally in Gulu that he will not win 87 percent of the votes in Gulu as his campaigners promised. I had been in and out of prison for my political convictions since Museveni’s NRM and political organization came to Gulu in 1986.
Others are detained for treason or on rebel collaboration charges and others belong to political opposition organizations. Some were reportedly members of Uganda Young Democrats, campaigners for Kiiza Besigye’s losing presidential campaign, supporters of opposition candidate Lt. Col. Okot Alenysio in his electoral campaign for local councilor-V, or campaigners for government opponent Kerobino Uma for the district chairmanship elections.
A credible source from Palatjera IDP camp reported that more than sixty people from that camp were arrested on allegations of rebel collaboration. According to him there was an arrest list in circulation with an additional 400 names on it. A human rights defender from the Ulwal IDP camp in Lamogi sub county told Human Rights Watch that arrests from the camp increased after Operation Iron Fist started, and that there were ten Luwal people charged with treason being held in the Fourth Division barracks in Gulu. The ten, all males, were arrested and some were killed and others upto now some of them are still missing. According to a credible source from Atiak camp, “In Atiak and Anaka camps every week somebody is picked up as a rebel collaborator. Some are released, others remain in the military barracks.”
Rape and Sexual Abuse inflicted on mothers, sisters and young girls by UPDF soldiers.
Sexual violence, including rape and defilement, appear to have risen in the north as a result of the current conflict, with adolescent girls at greatest risk. A survey found that in Gulu, girls identified “rape and defilement” as their third most important concern behind “insecurity, abduction and murder” and “displacement.”
The apparent increased incidence of rape is associated with the increased presence of the UPDF and the vulnerability of the displaced population. Girls are vulnerable to sexual assault when traveling from IDP camps to work in the fields of their original homes, and when traveling into town in the evenings as “night commuters.” Young boys are also at risk.
There is a social stigma attached to being raped. The perception that abused women should feel guilty and might have seduced the rapists is still prevalent in Acholiland, according to the program coordinator of Caritas’ women’s desk, Sister Margaret Aceng. People’s Voice for Peace reports documented several cases where women were abandoned by their husbands or communities after they reported being raped to the police.
The case of Mrs. Paska, forty-eight years old, mother of eleven, and a widow, exemplifies the dilemma of many raped women. She found herself grief-stricken over being raped by UPDF soldiers and also over the death of one of the twins born as a result of the rape. She was painted by her in-laws’ comments that “`I knew the soldier or else how could he come to me.’” She stated, “My in-laws do not want this child and even my older children do not want this child.”
Even when the family of the rape victim is supportive, the perpetrators identified, and the case reported to the police, the result is discouraging because many women do not want to draw more attention to themselves. In addition, women may be discouraged from reporting cases of rape by soldiers because most reports are not followed through, the violators are transferred to another unit, and the case might be stuck at the local police or army detachment where it was reported.
Also two young girls who are cousins, ages thirteen years and nineteen years, were raped by two UPDF soldiers. Joanna A. and Alice O. went with Joanna’s mother from the displaced persons camp where they lived to their garden in the early morning to work. Returning to the camp at about ten o’clock in the morning, they met two uniformed UPDF soldiers at a junction in the road. The soldiers told them to sit on the ground. Then they asked if they had chickens at home. The mother replied in the affirmative, and one soldier then said, “If they are there, let’s go and get them.”
Although the mother wanted to return to the camp on the regular path, the soldiers wanted to move through the bush. At a certain point, one of the soldiers stopped and began to prepare the ground, stepping on the grass. According to one of the teenagers, Joanna A.,
‘‘He said to sit down and then ordered us to take off our clothes. First we refused, and one of the soldiers said that if we didn’t, he would shoot us. Then he told us to lie down. When Alice [her cousin] didn’t, one of the soldiers kicked her in the chest. My mother said “don’t mistreat my children; they are very young.” The darker soldier took Alice a short distance away, while the other one stayed with me. He threatened me with a gun and raped me. I was just crying. The other soldier raped Alice. Then the darker soldier who had raped Alice called me to him and raped me too, while the other one raped Alice.’’
Upon release, Joanna A., Alice O., and Joanna’s mother immediately reported the rape to the camp’s local councillor, the local army commander, and the local police. One of the soldiers was apprehended and taken back to the barracks, where he was reportedly beaten. The other returned to the barracks that night and family members of the rape victims were told he was beaten also. However, two days later, the unit was transferred out of the area. That is what they normally do. They transfer the rapist and killers as a means of punishment.
The soldiers don’t use condoms, and both survivors were fearful that they were infected with the HIV virus. Joanna said, “People tell us we will die. They say the soldiers may be infected. I think about it a lot.”
Both Joanna and Alice were tested for the HIV virus after the rape, and the results were positive.
Lt. Paddy Ankunda, the public relations officer (PRO) for the Fourth Division of the UPDF in Gulu, denied that there was a lack of legal redress for the rape victims. He insisted that, “In all cases of harassment of civilians by the army the culprits are brought to the book. We take action and follow the case. There are no cases where rapists were transferred.”
In Matere, Kitgum district, according to a women’s rights activist, a group of women visiting a mother and her newborn were gang-raped by twenty UPDF soldiers. They had been followed to the home of the new mother by the group of soldiers. The soldiers entered the compound and ordered the women to lie down, at gunpoint. They raped the women there and threatened them with death if the women reported the rapes: “Should we hear anything about you, you are all dead.”
The local councillor (LC-I) of the area witnessed and reported the case, but no identification of the soldiers was made.

The Solution will be a people’s regime change, that will hang him and then his smelly body fed to starving vultures, so that a bloody chapter in the African history is closed. Yes, that day is coming very soon and the world will be shocked how events can turn in Africa.


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This is what real patriotism is all about and not some phony mantra from a foreigner occupying your state-house.

Yoweri Museveni

A Free Uganda can only be ruled by a Ugandan and not by a foreigner like Tyrant Yoweri Museveni, whose hands are tainted with the blood of our people.

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Yoweri museveni

Patriotic Ugandans, don’t give away your land to foreigners to make a fortune while Thousand of families are rendered homeless and left to live in concentration camps and squalor. What has happened to our people in Northern Uganda, Karamoja and what is also soon to befall the people of Nagulu, Nakawa, Buganda, Bunyoro,Teso and West nile is unacceptable. This is the time to rise up and be counted!!
Foreign Capitalism is the biggest FUCK humiliating our People!!


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Yoweri Museveni makes PolPot look like Mother Theresa

Today we say; Our struggle has taken a new radical dimension and we say to those Ugandans who are participating in Elections with a Non Ugandan like Murderer Yoweri Museveni and calling him the leader of Uganda, are enemies of our people.
We rather have a Ugandan of Asian, European, African, etc. background born in Uganda as our President, than someone not born in Uganda but Burundi.
You wouldn’t be allowed to be the president of Burundi if you were not born there. So what sort of idiots are we to allow some illegal immigrant to be our president?

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Yoweri museveni

According to some reports, Kayibanda and his wife Esteri Kokundeka came to Uganda when Museveni was a toddler.
There is a story common in Ankole but difficult to prove for its accuracy, about how Museveni’s parents ended up in Uganda.

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This version has it that Museveni’s mother was of royal Kinyarwanda Tutsi stock. Apparently during one of her
many idle moments at the royal court in Rwanda, she was seduced by or seduced one of the court workers, a Mutwa named Kayibanda.
Museveni was the result of this laison, making him paternally a Twa and maternally a Tutsi.
Her proud Tutsi royal family had to quickly chase her for a shaming them. So she fled to Uganda for ever. Because of the disgrace she had brought upon herself by this liason with a despised commoner, she, the commoner, and their son
Museveni were banished and fled across the border into Uganda. Being desperate to find means of supporting the woman and their child, Kayibanda the journeyman was given employment as a herdsman by a young cattle owner
named Amos Kaguta.

Kaguta was also of Rwandese stock and his brothers are reported to have remained in Rwanda when he migrated to Uganda. It was not long before Kayibanda eyed on Kaguta’s wife. Kaguta angrily banished Kayibanda from his home and Kayibanda fled to Tanzania with Kaguta’s adulterous wife.

But Kaguta retained Kokundeka and her child Museveni as his wife and child. Kayibanda and Kokundeka had a second born child, a girl who later got married to a Rwandese Ugandan named Nathan Ruyondo. Ruyondo would became a Ugandan civil servant in the town of Masaka. Museveni, therefore, had one direct sibling, this girl who got married to Ruyondo.

The day before he started his guerrilla war in 1981, Museveni travelled to Masaka and spent the night in his true sister’s home, on 5 Feb., 1981. He used Ruyondo’s Peugeot 304 to drive to the Kabamba army barracks for the attack the next day, 6 Feb., 1981. When he narrates his attack on Kabamba in Sowing The Mustard Seed, Museveni describes Ruyondo as “one of my acquainatnces.” Acquaintance indeed!

Before we move on, lets remind you what has been happening:

Western Type of Democracy don't work under a Dictatorship especially if its a tyrannical one like that of Yoweri Museveni
Western Type of Democracy don’t work under a Dictatorship especially if its a tyrannical one like that of Yoweri Museveni
Uganda Multiparty democracy having a laugh at you...
Uganda Multiparty democracy having a laugh at you…

Where is FDC and other pretenders who claim to be champions of Democracy in Uganda? Ehh, where are they?

This Trio is for Hanging one day!!!

Ugandans will celebrate the day these three criminals are hanged.

This is what the ethics and integrity Nsaba Buturo and Basajjabalaba do to your Monies that they get from bank of Uganda for doin nothing for our country apart from exploiting it!!

At least Yoweri Museveni’s step brother Salim Saleh with Somali background was born in Uganda but he has committed horrendous crimes against humanity in Uganda and DR Congo!!

Salim Saleh the Somali Step brother Of Museveni
Salim Saleh the Somali Step brother Of Museveni

Now clever professors and political pundits, why do you think its Ugandan and Burundian soldiers doing the American dirty work in Somalia?

We should all learn from John Nagenda the Dictators Advisor and biggest fan, he has come out clean by letting us know that he is a confused Munyarwanda with a Ugandan Background.

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kahinda otafire

What people should understand is that Yoweri Museveni is not a Munyarwanda but a Murundi because Banyarwanda will never denounce their Kinyarwanda roots and Kinyarwanda is a Uganda Language spoken in Rwanda, and DR Congo. Just like you have English spoken in England, USA and Canada with a minor difference in accents but a big difference in culture, especialy food. Banyarwanda in Uganda would find food names in Rwanda (Ubugali & Ugali, ichigaji & inzoga) misleading. Now if a Congolese Kinyarwanda speaker asked a Uganda munyarwanda to pass them some “Sombe” they would never understand. That’s why a Munyarwanda politician from Rwanda would not find it shameful to betray a Munyarwanda from Congo because culturally they’re different.

However, a Murundi will always be a Murundi. That’s why you saw Museveni going back to burundi to participate in a peace match but has not done so in Uganda apart from HIV/AIDs of which he is. Ehh, don’t go mumps… on me because its Yoweri Museveni and the Americans that introduced HIV in Uganda and not Ugandans[*Sigh*]

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The Genocide Business in Africa

Dictator Yoweri Museveni

The western Governments considers this cold blooded killer a messiah in development, as long as their Alibaba caves(plundered minerals and oil fields) are safe, the tyrant can kill and kill till he feels dizzy…The African Killing fields from Congo to Central Africa, Sudan, Somalia and of course Uganda, are still very profitable for murderer Yoweri Museveni. Every murder he commits, his grip on power is assured by his pathetic Western backers.

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Tyrant Yoweri Museveni Makes Tyrant Gadaffi Look Like Mother Theresa

How can we forget the killing of innocent protester in Uganda this year-the killing of innocent women, men, children and elderly in Central Africa and then blaming the Lords Resistance Army as it would be belivable-the endless systematic killings of innocent Somali people and blaming the youth fighters(Al-shabab) as they’ve bragged to be Al-Qaeda and have been packaged well with a glossy coating by Anti-Somali forces. The fact remains, Al Shabab is not Al Qaeda and has never been-just bragging to get the youth support as the youth are very impressed by the Al Qaeda romantic revolutionary Orthodoxy. Maybe I’ll have to write a full post for this, that’s if the Admin lets me–please, I beg!!!

The African Genocide authors

However,the killing of innocent people in order to have access to free resources is the most dumb thing the western governments have ever invented after syphilis

Tyrant Museveni runs hundreds of illegal underground detention centers around the country

Today in Uganda, they’re thousands of innocent people that are locked up in illegal detentions that are out of the judicial system control. Most of the prisoners are political detainees and whose only crime has been that of questioning the way Uganda is run.  See more…