Genocide in the Congo (Zaire): In the Name of Bill Clinton, and of the Paris Club, and of the Mining Conglomerates, So it Is!

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Writers Club Press, 2000 - History - 116 pages
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Genocide in the Congo/Zaire exposes incredible and horrific atrocities taking place in the heart of Africa, in the Congo/Zaire, a country that is as big as all of Western Europe or the United States East of the Mississippi River. The World, though, is silent over 1.7 million deaths, a number larger that the Rwandan genocide in 1994. Why the silence? How come the American mainstream media has not raised hell or demanded action? Is this a repeat of the 1960’s when the American Government and its CIA engaged in covert operations to kill foreign heads of states and destabilize foreign governments that they did not like? What is happening in the Congo comes close to that. The 1.7 million Congolese have died with the financial, military and political blessings and help of the US Government, Western Europe (The Paris Club), and the mining Conglomerates. Who own the media outlets? Who finance the politicians’ campaigns? This book exposes, both in words and pictures, the genocide and humanitarian misery being directed by President Clinton, Europe and the companies that are enriching themselves over Congo’s mineral wealth. Because President Kabila of the Congo wants a fair deal for the wealth of his country, Clinton and the West don’t like him. So he must be removed, like it was done to Patrice Lumumba in the 60’s. In this process, already 1.7 million Congolese have died. Would genocide, rape, and mutilations of the Congolese be President Clinton’s Congo Legacy?

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Ngemi (Malcolm-King College, The College of New Rochelle) is a native of the Democratic republic of the Congo (ex-Zaire) in Central Africa. He is the Official Translator. A multi-dimensional scholar, Professor Ngemi has lectured at colleges, universities (both in Africa and in the US), community forums, and other venues including Queens College, Fairleigh Dickinson University, Rutgers University, Temple University, The University of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey, Borough of Manhattan Community College, Queens Borough Langston Hughes Community Library and Cultural Center, New York City Public Library Harlem Branch, ATT-Bell Laboratories, The African-American Museum of Hempstead, L.I., The United Nations,...He has also been a geust on Cable and Public Television shows and radio programs.

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