David Himbara, the weed-smoking RNC propagandist, is up to his enticement trickery. The Professor of hate likes nothing more than luring others into trouble and then writes about their troubles from thousands of miles. In his recent posts, he writes about Victoire Ingabire interview with Voice of America. Himbara calls her an “opposition leader”, moves to highlight her smear and defamations contained in the interview.
Victoire Ingabire was convicted for inciting the masses to revolt against the government, forming armed groups to destabilize the country, and minimizing the 1994 Genocide against the Tutsi. She was pardoned and not given an amnesty which is very different in law. She is, therefore, a pardoned convict who is receiving praises for a terrorist propagandist. The praises are most certainly harmful to Ingabire, but Himbara could not care less as long as he gets his 15 minutes of fame.
The process of a presidential pardon or clemency is different to an amnesty, one writes and seeks clemency promising not to do it again. A pardon or clemency is most of the time given with conditions to the convict. This is different to an amnesty that annuls the conviction and the criminal record. Himbara is well aware of this, he is equally aware that his relay, whether solicited or not, is a violation of her pardon. The Professor of Hate is therefore enticing hoping to land her in jail with for his RNC smear agenda.
The weed-smoking propagandist probably has articles ready with headlines like “Rwanda Ingabire Arrested Again” to smear and tarnish the image of Rwanda.