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352 student Heart of Darkness - – its not their position...

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Page 1 of 1 FMG Video # 35835: Return to the Heart of Darkness Summary of Events during the 1994 Rwandan genocide: 800,000 or more where killed one at a time for 100 days. Killers were members of Hutu tribe and those killed were members of Tutsis tribe. Thousands of bodies were picked up and tossed in trucks and then dumped like garbage into trenches dug with bulldozers. Status of things in 2005, when this documentary was made: Life for the Hutu people (civilians) now living in the Congo – tribal hatreds are still going on. Many of the orphans are perpetuating the hatred and starting the shit again. Congolese official and unofficial positions on having the Hutu living in their country
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Unformatted text preview: – its not their position to get rid of the FDLR • One man’s story about his wife’s murder – One man, who mourns his wife’s murder in song, tells Jim Wooten… • Relations today between the Hutus and the Tutsis – they still hate each other and the Hutu still ambush them. Hutus kill and wound thousands and rape many women (even a woman who is 75 and a girl who is 18) • International Crisis Group’s efforts to prevent further violence – seeking ways to remove Hutu gorillas from the Congo. • Ted Koppel’s interview with Jim Wooten; Wooten’s predictions for the future – the horrendous and hateful story continues and has never ended....
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