UN Warns the ‘Seeds of Genocide’ Are Being Sown in Central African Republic

Telegraph (London), January 17, 2014

A senior United Nationals official has warned of the risk of genocide in Central African Republic if the outside world does not become more closely involved.

John Ging, director of operations for the UN Office for Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs, spoke after further communal bloodshed that claimed 20 more lives on Thursday.

“The elements are there, the seeds are there, for a genocide,” he told a news conference in Geneva. “It has all the elements that we have seen elsewhere, in places like Rwanda and Bosnia.”

The former French colony descended into chaos after a mostly Muslim rebel coalition, Seleka, seized power in March, unleashing a wave of killings and looting that sparked revenge attacks by Christian militiamen known as “anti-balaka” (anti-machete).

More than a million people have been displaced by the violence since Seleka installed their leader Michel Djotodia as interim president. More than 1,000 people were killed last month alone in the capital Bangui, prompting neighboring countries to evacuate more than 30,000 of their citizens.

There has been relative calm since Mr Djotodia resigned last week under intense international pressure, but sporadic violence has persisted in Bangui. On Thursday, a spokesman for a 15,000-strong group of anti-balaka criticized the interim government and threatened a return to violence if it was not overhauled.

“If there is no solution to this, we always have our machetes which we have not yet handed in,” the spokesman, Sebastien Wenezoui, told Reuters at a base in the northern Bangui suburb of Boeing, flanked by around 20 militiamen armed with knives, machetes and Kalashnikovs.

His group wants the country’s transitional assembly (CNT) to be reworked to boost the presence of the anti-balaka and reduce the number of Seleka representatives. It plans a march in Bangui on Friday to try to stop the appointment of a new interim president, he added.

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Central African Republic is designated by the United Nations as one of the top three global humanitarian emergencies, along with Syria and the Philippines. But a U.N. appeal has received only 6 percent of a $247 million target.

Returning from a five-day trip to the country, a U.N. official said the crisis was foreseeable and stemmed from many years of international neglect of the chaotic country.

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Many say the bloodshed has little to do with religion, in a nation where Muslims and Christians have long lived in peace. Instead, they blame a political battle for control over natural resources in one of Africa’s weakest states, split along ethnic lines and worsened by foreign meddling.

Around 20 more people were killed on Thursday when anti-balaka fighters attacked a convoy of Muslims, many of them women and children, headed for the town of Bouar, 280 miles to the west of Bangui, witnesses said.

The families were fleeing militia attacks in the nearby town of Bohong.

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  • ncpride

    Until they address the looming genocide of White South Africans, the UN has no credibility in my opinion. They are utter hypocrites.

    Instead, they blame a political battle for control over natural resources in one of Africa’s weakest states, split along ethnic lines and worsened by foreign meddling.

    The exact same thing can be said for SA. However, those that ‘meddled’ the most won’t take an ounce of responsibility for the mess they have made. So typical.

    • So CAL Snowman

      I also love how the UN frames this as a Muslim vs. Christian conflagration, as if coal black african “christianity” in any way, shape, or form resembles European Christianity. I would pay to see a Central African Republic “christian” mass. On the upside the authors found a way to blame Whitey :

      “Returning from a five-day trip to the country, a U.N. official said the
      crisis was foreseeable and stemmed from many years of international
      neglect of the chaotic country.”

      Obviously Africans can’t manage their own affairs, but to point that out would be incredibly racist. Curiously I don’t remember the Central African Republic being a hotbed for genocide when it was a French colony. Funny how EVERY SINGLE former African colony plunges into chaos AFTER the end of White minority rule. It’s almost like there is a pattern.

      • Romulus

        Unfortunately, the dark continent is the next pool for the h*m*s running the catholic church these days. There were at least 5 articles and ads in the paper this wknd showcasing the “new” gave of catholic education.
        Im not disparaging all catholics, but rather alluding to the element that has infected the church before. The church could use another LA PURGA as they did once in the mid to late1600’s.

      • evilsandmich

        From what I recall, worldwide Muslims aren’t real big fans of black Muslims either; certainly much less so than worldwide Christians who tend to grade on a curve more so than Muslims.

      • Nicholas

        “International neglect”… LOL. These African nations are treated like children. If you don’t look after them and they hurt themselves, it’s YOUR fault.

    • king and slave

      Exactly. Where’s the outcry over South African whites?

  • A senior United Nationals official has warned of the risk of genocide in
    Central African Republic if the outside world does not become more
    closely involved.

    I’m in no hurry. Are you?

    But the coming genocide won’t result in a serious permanent long term drop in the population of the Central A-FREAK-in “Republic.” As long as women of reproductive age aren’t the victims.

    • NeanderthalDNA

      Sounds like evolution to me. Prime Directive: Do not interfere with momma Nature.

  • Truthseeker

    “Many say the bloodshed has little to do with religion, in a nation where
    Muslims and Christians have long lived in peace. Instead, they blame a
    political battle for control over natural resources in one of Africa’s
    weakest states, split along ethnic lines and worsened by foreign
    meddling.”

    Then don’t meddle any further. Let them sort it out themselves. The First World can’t keep holding the Third World’s hand and then lamenting the fact that these people keep ending up in the same situation, helpless to solve anything on their own. Let them evolve.

  • MekongDelta69

    Where’s the outrage over the “Seeds of Genocide” in African countries and cities like South Africa, Rhodesia, Detroit, Chicago, Philly, Baltimore, L.A., N.Y.C., N.O., Camden, etc., etc., ad infinitum?

  • Spartacus

    All these critters do is slaughter each other all day, but somehow, bringing them all to Europe, north America or Oceania is beneficiall…

    • Einsatzgrenadier

      They’re beneficial for the global elite, who import these third world savages into Europe and America in order to terrorize and ethnically cleanse whites. Unfortunately the savages do such a good job that they just have to keep bringing them in.

  • king and slave

    What about the genocide is South Africa?!

  • Alexandra1973

    The UN needs to be disbanded as of yesterday.

  • Luca

    White people should stop intervening in Africa and the population will correct itself down to about 90% less than it is now. That would also curtail the illegal immigrant problems in Europe.

    If you must send aid, send condoms.

    • bigone4u

      The condoms are a good idea, but they won’t use them. Better to spike the water supplies with saltpeter.

      • r j p

        Cyanide.

    • jeffaral

      Excelent idea, but I’m afraid the Marxists and the christian churches won’t let it happen!

    • Laura Dilworth

      the african population will explode over the next several years. i believe condoms are sent there and also here, to no avail

  • Anglo

    They’ve been slaughtering each other for thousands of years. Let them finish it. The world won’t lose anything but Black African parasites.

  • Bartek

    Don’t worry, Sweden will take them all in as refugees…

    • JohnEngelman

      White liberals are too civilized for their own good. They have difficulty understanding the mentalities of less evolved races. Social Democracy only works in countries where nearly everyone is white.

  • Talltrees

    Dr. Gregory Stanton, head of Genocide Watch warned early last year that South Africa was at Stage 6 out of 8 on the road to genocide: the planning and preparation phase.

    His efforts to awaken the UN, the world to White genocide has not materialized. But, blacks in Central Africa have gotten their attention.

  • bigone4u

    Have you noticed that there are NEVER any stories about a peacful African country progressing socially, culturally, and economically. NEVER. Because it’s impossible. The white man should have picked his own cotton and he should never have allowed Africans their own self-rule, which they are incapable of.

  • r j p

    How is there “genocide” in a nearly 100% black country?
    Next thing you know, the US will be giving funds to the UN to be funneled back to Detroits.
    blacks are incapable of self-rule.

    • IstvanIN

      Actually they are capable of self-rule. Small tribal groups with a chief and maybe a few elders. They just can not run large-scale operations like Belgium, Iceland or the UAE.

      • MBlanc46

        Absolutely. Subsistence agriculture. Maybe a little slavery. Let them return to the conditions that obtained before the evil Arabs, Berbers, and Europeans intervened.

    • NeanderthalDNA

      The darky and crypto-Marxist UN love to throw that term “genocide” out there to roust up some gibsmedat. What would the dark continent do without regular infusions of “genocide” money?

      It’s like a continent wide industry, like chopping little darkito limbs off, taking snaps of it, and then threatening to chop off more darkito limbs if stupid Whites don’t drown ’em in more gibsmedat.

      “Oh me oh my! This pack of darkies is slaughtering that pack of darkies in Africa. GENOCIDE! Save the children! Ante up.”

      When an entire “people” with the IQ of an eleven or twelve year old White (if that)try to run their own affairs why is it such a surprise or shock that it turns into “Lord of the Flies” over and over and over?

      • SoulInvictus

        LOL.

        Slow Rudy hand clapping with requisite approving slow nod..

  • evilsandmich

    Bill Clinton’s singular avcheivment if nothing else: doing nothing in Rawanda. The place has been all the more stable without a nonstop parade of future malaria victims from the west to keep the warring factions perpetually at bay (it’s worth noting that those who perpetuated the genocide didn’t even win the war, so literally nothing would have been gained through intervention).

    • IstvanIN

      But he bombed the Serbs who were trying to preserve their country from the Albanian muslims. I can never forgive him for that.

      • evilsandmich

        Yes, thus the use of the word “singular”. Unfortunately he learned all the wrong lessons from the event, which wasn’t an unusual pattern of behavior for him.

      • Laura Dilworth

        this comment is related to the marrying out article. there wasn’t a reply option there. anyways, i think generally, men initiate marriage. women wait…i haven’t been lucky in that department

  • Mahound

    Diversity truly is their greatest strength.

  • Jesse James

    The Central African Republic? Really? I see the seeds of genocide being planted right here in the good old USA by a mulatto President, Director of Homeland Security and our Attorney General and that seems like a much more important issue for us all right now. Leave Africa to the Africans. Whatever natural resources we need from there we can buy from the last group standing.

  • MBlanc46

    Not my business. Not my problem.

  • Massif1

    United States and NATO has once again spearheaded the efforts to aid and help. Why do Africans have African Union if they are too inept to do anything? Once again it is white nations that have to carry the burden of helping out those that can’t be helped.

    • JohnEngelman

      The more we help them, the more they breed, and the more go hungry during the next famine.

  • NeanderthalDNA

    The entire subcontinent should be quarantined and interdicted.

    • SoulInvictus

      You really have to wonder how Egypt ever happened given location…
      seriously.
      Though I’m in no way convinced the guys that scrawled stick figure language graffiti on the walls built any of it.

      • Strider73

        The Sahara acted as a barrier between northern Africa and the rest of the continent. Then modern transportation technology allowed the barrier to be breached and flown over.

  • GeneticsareDestiny

    “Central African Republic is designated by the United Nations as one of the top three global humanitarian emergencies, along with Syria and the Philippines. But a U.N. appeal has received only 6 percent of a $247 million target.”

    That’s because the entire non-black world is suffering from Negro Fatigue. We’re sick of sinking our money into places that will never get any better. Places that can’t get any better. Even liberals are sick of it.

    Africa is how it has always been since humans first evolved there. It will not change unless the environment changes, which would thus change which traits were being selected for.

    Only massive environmental change resulting in a selection for the most intelligent Africans or genetic engineering have any chance of helping Africa.

  • Einsatzgrenadier

    Genocide is nature’s way of controlling black population growth. Let nature run its course by letting the savages kill each other off. The last thing we need are more of those warm bodies our traitorous governments love to mass immigrate to peaceful white neighborhoods and communities near you.

  • Kronolog

    And Botswana.

  • Massif1

    5,000 soldiers is a brigade and a half. Most of them are training African soldiers in basic soldering skills. Not sure what’s point of AFRICOM other than to keep Chinese from benefiting from African resources.

  • SoulInvictus

    I see your shipload of arms and raise you an air drop of condoms, morning after pills, and birth control.
    Followed by a parachute(less?) drop of all our disingenuous leftists to instruct them in use. Both sides will learn a lot.

  • SoulInvictus

    “…many years of international neglect of the chaotic country.”

    I guess that’s the nicest fancy euphemism I’ve seen for “it’s all whitey’s fault” in a while.

    • Laura Dilworth

      neglect, please. western countries have probably poured billions into this country. and other forms of charity

      • SoulInvictus

        I wish someone would neglect my bank account like that… 😉

        • Laura Dilworth

          yea, and i’m sure alot of it enriches the dictators

          • Strider73

            “Foreign aid” — the method by which money is taken from poor people in rich countries and given to rich people in poor countries.

          • Laura Dilworth

            exactly

  • Anglo

    Thank you for re-posting your essay. I do remember reading it previously and do agree.