It makes me want to Vomit when I see the Clowns (Liberals, Progressives, Socialists and Communists) who are protesting about Children and parents being separated at the US border, which are half truths propagated by the Fake News Networks and the Communist Democrat Cult Members.
THE MAJORITY of those people are mere Pawns being used as a Political tool. Here are the people who are the REAL oppressed and the REAL Refugees!
Why are the bleeding heart fake crying talking heads not reporting this? It does not serve their Trump hating agenda!
Boys are forced to Rape their Mothers and little girls are told witchcraft will allow them to catch bullets!
Group of Kamuina Nsapu militia spotted sporting female genitals as medals
Accounts of rebel and government troops committing rape and cannibalism
Witnesses recall seeing people cutting up, cooking and eating human flesh, including penises cut from men who were still alive and from corpses
Horrific atrocities including mass rape and cannibalism are taking place in a war in the Democratic Republic of Congo, according to a UN report.
Testimony from the country’s Kasai region included boys being forced to rape their mothers, little girls being told witchcraft would allow them to catch bullets, and women forced to choose gang-rape or death.
Both rebels and government troops have committed atrocities during the conflict including dismemberment of civilians, according to accounts published by a team of U.N. human rights experts who said the world must pay heed.
The team investigating a conflict in the region told the U.N. Human Rights Council last week that they suspected all sides were guilty of war crimes and crimes against humanity.
Their detailed 126-page report catalogued gruesome attacks committed in the conflict, which erupted in late 2016, involving the Kamuina Nsapu and Bana Mura militias and Congo’s armed forces, the FARDC.
‘What happened in the Kasai simply beggars description,’ Congo’s Human Rights Minister Marie-Ange Mushobekwa told the Council.
‘One victim told us that in May 2017 she saw a group of Kamuina Nsapu militia, some of whom sported female genitals (clitorises and vaginas) as medals,’ the report said.
‘Some witnesses recalled seeing people cutting up, cooking and eating human flesh, including penises cut from men who were still alive and from corpses, especially FARDC, and drinking human blood.‘
Lead investigator Bacre Waly Ndiaye told the Council that in one incident, at least 186 men and boys from a single village were beheaded by Kamuina Nsapu, many of whose members were children forced to fight, unarmed or wielding sticks, and were convinced that magic had made them invulnerable.
Many such child soldiers were killed when FARDC soldiers machine-gunned them indiscriminately, he said.
‘The bodies were often buried in mass graves… or were sometimes piled in trucks by soldiers to be buried elsewhere.’
There were initially thought to be about 86 mass graves, but after investigating on the ground the team suspected there may be hundreds, he said.
A Congolese government spokesman told Reuters that such information should be passed to magistrates in Congo.
‘We were not aware of this and it is very curious. But it is clearly a politically motivated press campaign that has nothing to do with justice,’ he said.
Mushobekwa said the government had given the expert team its whole-hearted cooperation and wanted the truth to come out, but she said some of the findings were ‘rather doubtful’ because the investigation had been done quickly.
‘One thing is absolutely certain. Each element of law enforcement and security forces that is responsible for these crimes will answer for their actions and will be severely punished,’ she said. Source: Daily Mail
This incident is not limited to the Congo. Reports from all over Africa I see nearly everyday about Cannibals and Vampires. Most can’t be confirmed, but this one was:
Zimbabwe ‘Vampire’ killer caught
Passerby saw pot of blood near body and Sibanda sucking blood from her neck
A ‘vampire’ killer who brutally slit an elderly woman’s throat so he could suck blood from her wound has been arrested in Zimbabwe, after being found with a blood-filled pot.
Christopher Sibanda, 34, struck his victim, Subusisiwe Sigauke several times with a log before allegedly cutting her throat with a sharp implement. Source
Christianity is the majority religion in the Democratic Republic of the Congo, followed by about 80% of the population.
So WHY is there so much conflict? Because of the WRONG kind of Christianity, and the people meld there pagan beliefs in with it!
Denominations include Roman Catholic 50%, Protestant 20% and Kimbanguist 10%. Muslims (mainly Sunni) represent 10% of the population, others (including syncretic sects and indigenous beliefs) account for 10%, according to the CIA World Factbook. Hinduism which is not widely spread represents 0.18% of the population. Kimbanguism was seen as a threat to the colonial regime and was banned by the Belgians. Kimbanguism, officially “the church of Christ on Earth by the prophet Simon Kimbangu”, now has about three million members, primarily among the Bakongo of Bas-Congo and Kinshasa.
62 of the Protestant denominations in the country are federated under the umbrella of the Church of Christ in Congo or CCC (in French, Église du Christ au Congo or ECC). It is often simply referred to as ‘The Protestant Church’, since it covers most of the 20% of the population who are Protestants. Islam was introduced and mainly spread by Arab merchants.
Traditional religions embody such concepts as monotheism, animism, vitalism, spirit and ancestor worship, witchcraft, and sorcery and vary widely among ethnic groups. The syncretic sects often merge Christianity with traditional beliefs and rituals, and may not be accepted by mainstream churches as part of Christianity. A clear delineation of religious affiliation into these membership categories can give a misleading picture of Congolese reality. The number of persons who can be categorized as belonging exclusively to one group or another is limited. Overlapping affiliations are more common. As with class identity or with ethnic identity, an individual’s religious identity may be situational.
Different spiritual traditions, agents, and communities may be sought out for assistance, depending on the situation at hand. For example, Christian students may employ sorcery with the objective of improving their individual exam scores or of helping their school’s soccer team win in competition against their opponents. Sophisticated urbanites, faced with disease in a family member, may patronize indigenous healers and diviners. And Congolese practicing traditional African religions may also go to both established Christian clergy and breakaway Christian sects in search of spiritual assistance. In the search for spiritual resources, the Congolese have frequently displayed a marked openness and pragmatism. Source: Wikipedia
1. What is the Congo?
The Democratic Republic of the Congo, also known as the Congo or the DRC, is the second largest country in Africa by area and the eleventh largest in the world. Located in west-central Africa, the Congo is a country with great ethnic diversity and vast natural resources, especially immensely mineral-rich land. After gaining independence from Belgium in 1960, the Congo has faced systemic corruption, instability and conflict that have severely hindered the country’s growth and development.
2. How did this war come about?
The origins of the current Congo War are rooted in the country’s two civil wars, beginning in 1996 and 1998, respectively. The first civil war was sparked by the 1994 Rwandan genocide, which led around two million Rwandan refugees to flee to eastern Congo. The refugee camps in this area soon served as an army base for the Rwandan Tutu tribe, who terrorized the local population until 1996, when Congolese forces pushed the Rwandans out of the Congo. In response, the Ugandan and Rwandan armies invaded the Congo and overthrew the country’s decades-long dictator Mobutu Sésé Seko. He was replaced by the rebel leader Laurent-Désiré Kabila, who changed the country’s name from Zaire to the Democratic Republic of the Congo. Soon after seizing power, Kabila turned on his Rwandan and Ugandan allies and expelled them from the Congo. This led to the second civil war in 1998, when Rwandan and Ugandan forces invaded the Congo once again. This five-year conflict drew in nine African nations and killed around three million people, making it the deadliest conflict since World War II. Despite a formal end to the war in 2003, there has still been persistent violence for control over the country, including its abundant natural resources. This struggle has dragged all of the bordering countries into a regional conflict and has developed into a major humanitarian crisis.
3. How has this affected the people of Congo?
Since the outbreak of fighting in 1998, around 5.4 million people have died in the Congo. The vast majority have died from indirect consequences of the war, such as malaria, malnutrition and diarrhea. These diseases would be preventable under stable conditions, but wartime has caused widespread instability. In addition, the U.N. has called the Congo the “rape capital of the world” for its use of rape as a weapon of war. Women have been systematically targeted and attacked on an unprecedented scale. Beyond the boundaries of conflict, this sexual violence has morphed into a larger social problem, marked by increasing brutality.
4. What’s going on in the Congo now? (as of this report 2013)
Fighting has continued in eastern Congo at the hands of more than forty armed rebel groups. A new wave of violence exploded in March 2012, when a group of rebel Tutsi soldiers formed the militia group M23 and mutinied against the Congo government. In November 2012, M23 took control of the city of Goma, displacing 140,000 people. Ten days later, M23 withdrew due to international pressure. In February 2013, leaders of eleven African nations signed the “Framework for Peace, Security and Cooperation for the DRC and the Region” to bring stability to the war-torn eastern Congo. This peace deal called for cooperation among the nations and no interference in the Congo’s internal affairs. The countries that signed this agreement include the Congo, Rwanda, Burundi, the Central African Republic, Angola, Uganda, South Sudan, South Africa, Tanzania, Zambia and Congo-Brazzaville. Source
If you go to the store to buy Meat, don't run to the Milk section or the Junk Food aisle looking for it!!
The Meat Section is the True Gospel of Jesus Christ.
The Milk Section is likened to those who will not preach on sin and Hell, just a feel good message, the Social gospel.
The Junk Food Isle is the outright false doctrine AKA the prosperity gospel, name it and claim it, the Hebraic Roots movement and other false teachings!!
Feasting on just Milk and Junk will eventually cause you great harm, you can count on it!!
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