In its forthcoming release, to be published on June 28, XXI magazine provides unpublished information on the multifaceted assistance provided by Paris to the Hutu extremists organizing the genocide against the Tutsi in Rwanda in 1994.
“During Operation Turquoise, the French troops were ordered to re-arm the Hutus who crossed the border between Rwanda and the former Zaire”
The same ones who had just committed, during the previous three months, a genocide as dazzling as it was unforgiving against the Tutsis.
The author of this sulphurous confession is a high-ranking French civil defense official. When, in April 2015, François Hollande announced his decision to declassify the archives of the French Presidency relating to Rwanda for the period 1990-1995, this State clerk was appointed, together with one of his peers, what they contain.
Several months after completing this work of Benedictine, the high official will entrust to a small circle the vertigo that he experienced by peeling the archives relating to the role of Paris before the genocide and until the operation Turquoise.
Patrick de Saint-Exupéry – cofounder of Magazine XXI and former journalist for French daily Le Figaro, wrote, wrote in the Magazine issue to be published on June 28th, he ‘clearly explained that it would be very problematic for the [French] people involved in this case that these documents be communicated “.
According to his research, he revealed “several documents on the ‘right of withdrawal’ that French soldiers would have argued for not obeying the orders’ which called on them to help Rwandan genocidaires in disarray”
Hospitality of France for certain genocidaires
A month earlier, an embargo on arms deliveries to the Rwandan belligerents had been adopted by the UN, and a resolution of the international human rights commission referred to an ongoing “genocide” Of a thousand hills.
In his long account, the journalist also produced a copy of a “political-military evaluation of the crisis of Rwanda” stamped “Confidential Defense”, drafted in February 1995 by the Delegation for Strategic Affairs of the Ministry of Defense .
It recalls that before and during the Genocide against the Tutsi, the French Foreign Intelligence Service had regularly alerted the political leaders on the “strategy of provocation” of the Hutu extremists of the entourage of President Juvénal Habyarimana – allies of Paris – and then their direct involvement in mass massacres committed against Tutsis and Hutu opponents from April to July 1994.
Without being heard … since, as the note also states, “the French government will offer hospitality to Personalities who later turn out to be ‘VIPs of the genocide’ ”
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