22 November 2008

Rwanda Genocide Darfur Genocide Congo Genocide - No excuses, No delay!



DR Congo killings report via France 24 - English



France 24 - French


Via Aljazeera English


Act Now!

Amnesty: Help Protect Civilians In Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC)

"Amnesty is calling on the UK Government to take urgent action now and pledge specialist equipment and personnel to support the reinforcement of MONUC. We also want the UK Government to encourage other states to do the same. Please take our updated action and urge the UK government to act now.

With the UN Security Council due to meet again next week, we want to send Gordon Brown a clear message that time is running out for the people of the DRC. We are organizing a demonstration outside Downing Street this Wednesday, 26th November, between 11.30 - 13.00 and we would like you to join us. For more information click here- we hope to see you there. Under-18s are welcome at this event, please ensure you have checked with your parent/guardian first."



Unicef: Urgent Response

The International Campaign to End Genocide

Darfur Rehabilitation Project

Save Darfur

6 comments:

  1. Yes...There is no excuse.

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  2. FFS, there's no hope for this world. It's too far gone. Evil is winning in every corner.

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  3. If the McCann team can find something in it that will enhance the McCann's public image and cover-up in the disappearance of their daughter, then the UK government will take action. There is hope also if someone else with good government connections can profit from action being taken...

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  4. I was at Uni today watching the movie "Shooting dogs"
    One of our legacies to the African continent
    This is just a trailer but surely you can find the whole movie....

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8c96RLssAnI

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  5. Thank you Jo - I'll try to get a DVD

    Beyond the Gates (Shooting Dogs)
    http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0420901/

    1994, 800,000 killed in 100 days. Would you risk your life to make a difference? more

    In April 1994, after the airplane of the Hutu President of Rwanda is shot down, the Hutu militias slaughter the Tutsi population.

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  6. Thanks for posting this, Joana. I've been banging on about Darfur for about three years now and I was amazed that people didn't know what was taking place there. The rest of the world seems to turned a blind eye to the horrors there.

    Thank you, once again.

    Karmaera

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