DRC Gov’ Hate Campaign Against Rwanda: Indoctrinating Children and Perpetuating Genocide Ideology

The Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) government continues its new initiative to instill hatred against Rwanda and its citizens everywhere.

As part of this campaign, children are being indoctrinated with false information and a hateful mindset, introduced in primary schools before entering secondary education.

Teachers in different schools in the DRC are being coerced into changing the children’s hearts and minds to the point where some have started to question the unity and future relations between Congo and Rwanda.

On various media platforms, children are being fed messages of hate speech, including the use of the derogatory term “Anti-Tutsi,” which led to a Congolese citizen.

These children are being taught hatred following the atrocities committed against Rwandans and Congolese, speaking Kinyarwanda, which continues to be targeted in this country led by President Felix Tshisekedi.

The DRC government continues to show support for destructive hatred, which could lead to genocide, as no efforts are made to protect human life.

The Rwandan government has shown that the DRC continues to fuel the ideology of genocide, aimed at exterminating the Tutsi population living in that country.

Rwanda’s Minister of Unity and National Responsibility, Dr. Jean Damascene Bizimana, at the 19th National Dialogue, emphasized that the DRC continues to pursue a goal of instigating heinous acts perpetrated by senior leaders and the killing of Tutsis in that country.

He showed that the Genocide Ideology is evident in the Democratic Republic of Congo, with roots dating back to the 1980s when the governments of Rwanda and Congo supported the Interahamwe militia in the Rucuru and Masisi forests with the aim of killing Tutsis.

He stated that the ideology has evolved from that time to now, noting that Rwanda has reconciled with the Congolese, with over 100 rebels surrendered in the DRC, but the international community remains silent.

Minister Bizimana said that the Genocide Ideology is still rampant in the DRC, evident in hate speech (Tutsi Phobia), and senior government officials use it in their speeches, which also includes distorted teachings about genocide against the Tutsis in 1994 by the United Nations (UN).

This continues to be a concern as the DRC government has now started indoctrinating children with hate speech in schools, which could lead to a dangerous future among many countries, on the African continent, and globally.