Obama Prosecutes 82 Year Old Citing 1994 Genocide in Rwanda – While Obama Campaigned For Genocide Thug Raila Odinga (Cousin) With American Tax Payer Money!

WASHINGTON – Lazare Kabaya Kobagaya, 82, of Topeka, Kan., was arrested today on charges of naturalization fraud and misuse of an alien registration card, Assistant Attorney General Lanny A. Breuer of the Criminal Division, Acting U.S. Attorney Marietta Parker for the District of Kansas and U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement ICE Acting Assistant Secretary John P. Torres announced.

Obama's Nuremberg

According to the indictment, Kobagaya allegedly participated in genocidal activities during the 1994 Rwandan conflict including mobilizing attackers to commit arson and murder. Kobagaya is alleged to have failed to disclose his alleged participation in these activities during his immigration and naturalization processes.

A grand jury in Wichita, Kan., returned a sealed indictment against Kobagaya on Jan. 13, 2009, charging him with one count of unlawful procurement of naturalization and one count of misuse of an alien registration card.  The indictment also notifies Kobagaya that he is subject to automatic revocation of his citizenship if convicted for unlawful procurement of naturalization. The indictment was unsealed today after his initial appearance before a federal magistrate judge.

If convicted of unlawful procurement of citizenship, Kobagaya faces a maximum of 10 years in prison as well as automatic revocation of his U.S. citizenship and a fine of up to $250,000. If convicted of fraud and misuse of an alien registration card, he faces a maximum of 10 years in prison and a fine of up to $250,000.

Kobagaya is scheduled to appear before Magistrate Judge Donald Bostwick of the U.S. District Court for the District of Kansas on April 24, 2009, at 10:00 a.m. CDT for his initial appearance.

The case is being prosecuted by Senior Trial Attorneys Michael E. Barr, Christina P. Giffin and Steven C. Parker from the Criminal Division’s Office of Special Investigations OSI and Assistant U.S. Attorney Alan Metzger for the District of Kansas. The investigation is being handled jointly by OSI and ICE.

The charges in the indictment are merely accusations, and the defendant is presumed innocent unless and until proven guilty.

via #09-385: Kansas Man Charged with Immigration Crimes in Connection with 1994 Genocide in Rwanda 2009-04-23.

Obama’s Cousin Raila – Kenya Genocide – Obama Campaigned For Odinga While Employed IN U.S. As A Senator.

Sen. Barack Obama designated a personal aide as his direct contact for the 2007 Kenyan presidential campaign of Raila Odinga, who later was appointed prime minister after his election loss was followed by widespread, deadly violence that destroyed or damaged 800 Christian churches, according to e-mails obtained by WND senior staff writer Jerry Corsi during a trip to Kenya.Corsi attempted to release this and other information at a Tuesday press conference in Nairobi.

The WND reporter and No. 1 New York Times bestselling author wasdetained by Kenya security officers as soon as he entered the hotel to make his presentation. He was held incommunicado and without food for the entire day before being permitted to board his regularly scheduled flight out of the country to London, where he is currently recuperating from the ordeal.


As WND has reported, Obama openly campaigned for Odinga during the Illinois Democrat’s 2006 Senate “fact-finding visit” to Kenya.Odinga called for protests over alleged voter fraud after losing the December 2007 general election.

The links between Obama and Odinga were documented by copies of two e-mails obtained by Corsi during his meetings in Kenya with various government officials and others.The e-mails, apparently sent by Obama himself, referenced the senator’s aide, Mark Lippert. The e-mails were provided to WND by an insider in Kenya who fled Odinga’s Orange Democratic political party and requested anonymity because of the danger of retaliatio

Colon Powel: Complicit In Rwanda Genocide

Milque Toast Colin Powell__Genocide By Ommission__Pulling out Troops Early in Rwanda__

In May 1993, the second UN Operation in Somalia (UNISOM II) took over as

a Chapter 7 peace enforcement operation with a broader mandate. Resolution 814

mandating the operation was not written by UN bureaucrats but came intact from

In response to militia attacks on Pakistani peacekeepers in June, who were inspecting Aideed’s weaponsstorage sites, the U.S. pushed for the pursuit of the warlord. The UN Security Council obliged with Resolution 837 to allow force to arrest and detain Aideed.

On October 3, 1993 American rangers struck at the Olympic Hotel, believing Aideed was hiding there. Innocent people including children were killed. This act led to retaliation. In the worst shoot-out since the Vietnam War, approximately 1,000 Somalis and 18 U.S. soldiers died. After the downing of an American Black Hawk helicopter, the bodies of the mutilated Americans were dragged through the streets of Mogadishu.

President Bill Clinton announced that all American troops would be withdrawn in six months. Optimism about what intervention could do was replaced by pessimism about intervention. The giddy euphoria of the initial post Cold War period gave rise to caution.

Powell's Legacy - Removing Troops Allowing Genocide

The international community could have denied legitimacy to the interim government at the early stages of the genocide. This may have been effective. Allowing the Rwandan representative to remain on the Security Council gave legitimacy to a regime bent on exterminating its entire Tutsi population and no doubt emboldened the genocidists to continue their attacks.

The notion that the United States should only intervene for vital interests (thePowell doctrine) was a morally bankrupt concept. Still, leaders may feel that they need to justify intervention to a cautious public in interest language. In that case, they could point to the interest in stopping violence so that it does not spill over its borders, threatening regional stability. And while Rwanda may be of no commercial interest to the U.S., neighboring resource-rich Congo is. A simple cost-benefit analysis would sometimes push in favor of early intervention to stop massive killings.

An operation should begin with the objective and then consider how best to achieve it with minimal risk. Instead, our operation began with an evaluation of risk, and if there was risk, the objective was forgotten. You can’t begin by asking if there is a risk. If there is no risk, they could have sent Boy Scouts, not soldiers.

“by tolerating the presence of the representative of Rwanda during their daily meetings, the 14 members of the Security Council put “the observance of procedural decorum before the need to denounce a genocidal government and the crime it was committing.”

Obama Rwanda’s Ghosts

Obama If we could have intervened effectively in the Holocaust, who among us would say that we had a moral obligation not to go in? If we could’ve stopped Rwanda, surely, if we had the ability, that would be something that we would have to strongly consider and act.

So when genocide is happening, when ethnic cleansing is happening somewhere around the world and we stand idly by, that diminishes us. Bill Clinton could have stopped Rwanda quickly with 5000 Marines. The 8,000 daily deaths were inflicted by wild-eyed men with machetes. Any show of civilized force would have popped the balloon and ended it. Is Obama that clueless about history? Or just full of shit? Given Obama’s track record in Africa — leaving his half brother to live in penury, pledging to support a school in his father’s homeland and then stiffing them — the latter seems true.

In 2006 Obama traveled to Kenya and campaigned side by side with his cousin Odinga, “ The Candidate of Change” and “Yes I Can” , running for the Pres. of Kenya. Later, when he lost the election, he unleashed his people to commit MASS GENOCIDE on the opposition’s followers identical to Rwanda’s Genocide.

: Well, we may not always have national security issues at stake, but we have moral issues at stake.

Genocide in Kenya

Wednesday, 2 January 2008 22:55

President Mwai Kibaki’s government has accused rival Raila Odinga‘s party of unleashing ‘genocide’ in Kenya. A statement from the government said ‘it is becoming clear that these well-organised acts of genocide and ethnic cleansing were well planned, financed and rehearsed by Orange Democratic Movement leaders prior to the general elections’.

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