Interview 886 - Keith Harmon Snow Reveals the Truth About the Rwandan Genocide

05/17/20147 Comments

Keith Harmon Snow has extensive experience in Africa as a journalist, photographer and genocide investigator who attended the International Criminal Tribunal on Rwanda. He joins us today to discuss the 20th anniversary of the "100 days" and how the true story of the genocide (and who was really behind it) has been completely inverted by politicians, the press, Hollywood and everyone else with a vested interest in what happened there.


All Things Pass - one of Snow's websites

Conscious Being Alliance - another Snow website

Snow interviewed on Porkins Policy Radio

False Narrative: Whitewashing Rwanda Genocide - article by Snow on Rwanda

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  1. rrandor says:

    An important side issue of this piece is that the MSM will never call a conflict “class warfare”, where it actually is class warfare (not the phony Republican talking point type). I was reading an article about an African conflict many years ago in Time magazine and apparently the editors had not had time to fully rewrite the body of the article. The body of the article stated in emphatic graphic detailed terms that it was a class conflict, rich vs poor. But the final paragraph, written in that inimical Time magazine style, said, in effect, “and thus this is another religious war, Christians vs Muslims.”

  2. Jermaine says:

    I think revisiting this topic would be ideal given that the new wave of violence occurring in the DRCongo was covered in your most recent “New World Next Week.” James P made the connection to a new mining policy taking place in the country and I don’t think enough people (including myself) have an understanding about how resource extraction is taking place in Sub-Sahara Africa and how tribal conflicts are being capitalized to achieve it.

  3. Duck says:

    Hmn…that’s interesting.

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