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You are almost making a point for war here, Elacky. You are talking about those that survived a terrible war and genocide. Some estimates put it at 77% population reduction of tutsis, mostly murdered. Many of the people involved in this slaughter are still there, living without consequence like nothing happened. Shouldn't we have intervened to stop that genocide? Bill Clinton who was President thinks not doing so was his biggest mistake. I don't have all of the answers but at a certain point there is a line where it is better to intervene. I think at least for that part, the world should have.ElAcky wrote: ↑Tue Jan 14, 2020 1:01 pmWithout external interference... exactly my point!!!Rampager66 wrote: ↑Tue Jan 14, 2020 10:37 amRwanda... Remember all the fighting, bloodshed, Genocide … destitution???
The side that wanted a democratic capitalist system won their civil war, with minimal UN support. They changed everything and are now a rapidly growing African Country more at peace than most that has improved lifestyle, life expectancy, Poverty, Healtcare, Crime and corruption because they enforce their laws now unbiasedly..
They also adapted English and French as additional Official National Languages....