Civilized society's insatiable avarice for power under a cloak of satiric sovereignty insists on the rights over another, consequently demeaning equal justice on hapless minorities. Conflicts escalating into full-blown wars allowed warring factions to employ every available resource to destabilize and eliminate its foe. Psychological warfare is nurtured to harden and manipulate warring tribes and minorities to fight the bloody battles against one another. Yet after the sound of the victory cry, the vestiges of war refused to settle and will forever haunt them throughout their lives. Pages of the history books will forever be smeared with the guileless victor without knowledge of his actual use as an ordinary dispensable pawn in the global economic struggle for race and power.
The United Nation's dream of world governance as an approach to global bondage is permanently held in check by massive corruption and financial problems that have threaten to erase the organization into oblivion. Major capitalistic nations came out squeaky clean in the effort to portray an innocent face over their greedy interiors. The lowly patriotic nationals of the tribal nations in Africa seemingly submit to the manipulations of the sovereign powers aiding in their cultural battles and commit the vilest crimes of all, genocidal warfare. Men killing innocent women and children; well and sick; young and old Yet as we start to world start cleaning its mess, our fervent cries for equality calls for the investigation of these genocidal governments and prevent them from carrying out whatever future plans in mind. When the world saw the slaughter of an estimated 800,000 Tutsis and moderate Hutus carried out by the Hutu militia in a period of 100 days, the Rwandan genocide stands out as historically significant in this modern world. We begin to see the involvement of Western countries which sent us an ambiguous signal that everybody was turning a blind eye on the Rwandans. The so called vigilance reflected the true nature of the violence unfolded where virtually all the first-world countries were quick in declining any offer of intervention that resulted to mass killings at the rate that exceeded the Jewish holocaust.
Ample evidence revealed in Des Forges(1999,p.82)1, that the mass killing was well-organized as evidence presented at trials at the International Crime Tribunal for Rwanda supported such claim. According to Prunier(1997,P.3532), some militia members were able to acquire AK-47 assault rifles by completing requisition forms. Further Prunier (p.54) added that the leaders were able to exploit the highly-centralized nature of the Rwandan state. "The genocide happened not because the state was weak, but on the contrary because it was so totalitarian and strong that it had the capacity to make its subjects obey absolutely any order, including one of mass slaughter." Other weapons such as grenades required no paperwork and were widely distributed. According to Melvern (2000), Rwandan Prime Minister Jean Kambanda revealed3 that the genocide was openly discussed in cabinet meetings, and that one cabinet minister said she was "personally in favour of getting rid of all Tutsi without the Tutsi all of Rwanda's problems would be over."