Senile Museveni’s mouthpiece, the academic fraudster David Himbara, paid to tarnish Rwanda in a sponsored smear campaign, is now pretending to be a legal expert. In his fake attempt to interpret international law, he wants Rwanda to do the mistakes done by his sponsoring senile ruler of Uganda. Yoweri Museveni signs anything for showoff; Uganda now finds itself with billions to pay in reparations to a political court.
Himbara begins by equating the International Court of Justice to be the only address that handles crimes against Genocide. What the fake lawyer fails to realize is that cases can be trialed in national jurisdictions and that any international jurisdiction is an extension of national courts system. The weed-smoking propagandist forgets that Rwandans obtained justice through their national jurisdictions on genocide cases. Rwanda also had the benefit of seeing how slow and subjective the “international” courts are. Uganda tried that route, it now finds itself with a 10 billion Dollars fine to pay to Congo. Senile Museveni has, in his desperate attempt to be talked about, subjugated Uganda to courtrooms swayed by international forces.
In fact, as his mouthpiece writes, Senile Museveni has been scratching his head of how to undo his signature especially since his opposition signaled that they would be dragging him to international courts for crimes against humanity. At the end of the day, what Himbara fundamentally fails to do is to distinguish Rwanda, a state with a strong reputation with regards to independent judicial systems, and his Bankroller’s Matooke Republic, failed state that failed to deliver justice to the millions of caged suffering Ugandans .
Unlike Uganda, turned into a safe haven for Genocidaires like RUD-Urunana, FDLR and their RNC allies, Rwanda does not need a lesson on how to punish Genocidaires.
Murunganwa, an academic fraudster sponsored by someone who harbors Genocidaires and whose regime was convicted by the International Court of Justice, is the last person that should pretend to give a lecture on justice.