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LES AFFRES DE LA GUERRE

Bonjour les amis

Nous continuons à vous remercier pour l’intérêt que vous ne cesse de montrer pour nos journaux à travers vos commentaires d'encouragements et des soutiens Dans notre journal précédent, nous avons montré comment la guerre est un handicap pour le développement. Nous continuons avec les affres c a d l'angoisse, le tourment, la torture qu'engendre la guerre. Cela étant, la psychose continue pour la population de Goma qui craint le retour de M23 qui au lieu d'aller à 20km sont seulement à 4km et d'autre parmi la population où ils attendent seulement le coup de sifflet s'ils ne trouvent de compromis à Kampala. A savoir qu'ils ont pillé, violé, emporté toutes les belles voitures, jeep 4x4, camions appareils électron ménager, médicaments, autres objets de valeur, tué les malades sur les lits d'hôpitaux, comme si cela ne suffisait pas, ils sont allés dans le camps des déplacés de Mugunga 3 , ils ont violé et emporté les objet des valeurs jusqu'à la nourriture et quelques garçons comme transporteurs qui d’ailleurs n'ont jamais revenus.Vers Sud Kivu à Minova, il y a eu 72 cas viols, avec plus au moins 32 mille déplacés, à Bweremana 15 mille et 72 mille enfants dans tous les camps, tous privés d'eau potable et des soins primaires. a Minova, selon le compromis entre les déplacés et les chefs d’Établissements, l journée, les élèves entrent en classes, le soir les salles redeviennent les dortoirs ( Source MONUSCO). Imaginez qu'ils rencontraient les gens auxquels ils demandaient qu'ils choisissent entre "saficha" c a d nettoyer égale tuer où enrôlement! Ils ont rencontré un type ivre, ils l'ont obligé à terminer une autre caisse de bière. Il a été sauvé de justesse après deux semaine à l' hôpital. Ils obligeaient les gens à signer les actes de vente de leurs véhicules et avec comme témoins les passants. Il faut travailler pendant 5 ans pour que Goma atteigne le niveau de développement qu'il avait déjà.Nous nous proposons d'aller voir nos consœurs du Ruanda car c'est le Ruanda et l'Uganda qui sont les plus ciblés dans cette affaire et c'est là qu'ils amenaient leurs butins. Il nous manque seulement un facilitateur. Nous lançons un cri envers les personnes de bonnes volonté pour cette facilitation

English translation by PulseWire member jnwatki2

The Horrors of War

Hello Friends , We continue to thank you again for the interest you have not stopped showing for our journals by means of you encouraging comments and support in our former writings we have shown how war is a handicap to development. We continue with the horror c a d the anxiety, the torment, torture that war brings. Because of this psychosis continues for the population of Goma whom fear the return of M23 who goes to the place at 20Km are only at 4km and among the other where they alone expect only a whistle blow if they don't find a compromise knowing that they have been raped, all of their beautiful cars have been taken, jeep 4X4, trucks, household appliances, medication, other valuable things, killed the sick on hospital beds as if this were not enough, they went in the camps of those displaced by Mugunga 3, they raped and took valuable objects until food and some boys who were transporters never returned. Near South Kivu at Minova where transporters never returned, it has been seventy two cases of rape with at least thirty two thousand displaced at Bweremana fifteen thousand and 72 thousand children in all the camps have been deprived of portable water and primary care. According the agreement between the heads of the establishments. One day students went to school and in the evening the classrooms became dormitories. Imagine that they meet people who ask them to choose to enter "saficha" clean, kill or enroll. They met a type of drunkenness they were obliged to finish off another case of beer. He was barely saved after two weeks in the hospital. They required the people to sign the deeds of selling their vehicles as witnesses passed by. One must work for five years so that Goma reaches a level of development that we had before. We ask each other to go see our sisters in Rwanda and Uganda who are targeted the most in this situation and it’s there they bring their booty. We lack a facilitator. We lance this cry towards those of good will for this facilitation.

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Translation

Ruhebuza Vumili,
Je te féliciter pour votre voix du courage concernant la situation dans votre pays. Si les femmes continuent de parler et crier sans cesse, je pense que il va être progrèss en Afrique. Tu m’as donné une vrai image des souffrance, le violence et le viole qui ont frappé l’Afrique. Très bon et continuez-vous de crier.
Translation: The Horrors of War (Les Affres de la Guerre)
Hello Friends , We continue to thank you again for the interest you have not stopped showing for our journals by means of you encouraging comments and support in our former writings we have shown how war is a handicap to development. We continue with the horror c a d the anxiety, the torment, torture that war brings. Because of this psychosis continues for the population of Goma whom fear the return of M23 who goes to the place at 20Km are only at 4km and among the other where they alone expect only a whistle blow if they don't find a compromise knowing that they have been raped, all of their beautiful cars have been taken, jeep 4X4, trucks, household appliances, medication, other valuable things, killed the sick on hospital beds as if this were not enough, they went in the camps of those displaced by Mugunga 3, they raped and took valuable objects until food and some boys who were transporters never returned. Near South Kivu at Minova where transporters never returned, it has been seventy two cases of rape with at least thirty two thousand displaced at Bweremana fifteen thousand and 72 thousand children in all the camps have been deprived of portable water and primary care. According the agreement between the heads of the establishments. One day students went to school and in the evening the classrooms became dormitories. Imagine that they meet people who ask them to choose to enter "saficha" clean, kill or enroll. They met a type of drunkenness they were obliged to finish off another case of beer. He was barely saved after two weeks in the hospital. They required the people to sign the deeds of selling their vehicles as witnesses passed by. One must work for five years so that Goma reaches a level of development that we had before. We ask each other to go see our sisters in Rwanda and Uganda who are targeted the most in this situation and it’s there they bring their booty. We lack a facilitator. We lance this cry towards those of good will for this facilitation.

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