Le M23 n’a pas besoin du rwanda, pour chasse ce soit disant FARDC de kabila qui prenne la fuite avant meme que les tirs commence.
The M23 does not need any aid from Rwanda, To fight those so called FARDC (kabila soldiers) who runs even before the shooting starts.
“They (FARDC) put up a formidable fight the first day, then for reasons we don’t understand, they just stop fighting, turn their backs and run,” said Hiroute Guebre Sellassie, who heads the local office of Congo’s U.N. peacekeeping force, MONUSCO. ( source reuters )
« Ils (FARDC) se batte formidablement le premier jour puis, pour des raisons que nous ne saisissons pas, ils arrêté de combattre subitement et prennent la fuite », s’étonne Hiroute Guebre Sellassie, responsable de l’antenne locale de la Monusco.
THE M23 KNOWS VERY WELL THAT KABILA’S SOLDIER CAN’T RESISTE 2 DAYS ON THE FRONTLINE AND WHEN THEY RUN THEY DONT REORGANISE, YOU HAVE TO FOLOW THEM WHEN THEY ARE JUST RUNING. WHY THE AID FROM RWANDA TO FIGHT THIS SO CALLED SOLDIER WHEN THEY ARE CIVILIANS. ONE OF THE FAKE ARMY IN THE WORLD? ASKED KAZARAMA VIANNEY THE M23 SPOKSMAN
Les M23 savent bien que les FARDC ne peuvent pas tenir plus des 2 jours au front, et quand il se retire au front ils ne s’organise pas pour y rentre. Le m23 ne fait que les suivre pendant qu’ils prennent la fuite. Pour quoi l’aide du Rwanda pour combatre ce soit disant Militaires et pourtant des civiles et un des pirates armes du monde? se demande Kazarama Vianney?
M23 rebels showed reporters the abandoned FARDC barracks in Goma – ramshackle buildings littered with fly-infested garbage, where tall marijuana plants grew among military maize plots.
“You see how the Congolese army lived. What kind of army is this?” Amani Kabasha, M23’s deputy spokesman, said.
PREDATORS RATHER THAN PROTECTORS
Critics say Kabila has little incentive to improve the national armed forces because a strong military could eventually turn against him.
In April, a report by international and Congolese NGOs said the failure to reform Congo’s large and ill-disciplined army had kept much of the civilian population in poverty and insecurity despite billions of dollars of foreign aid for the country.
As a result, more than $14 billion of international aid over 5 years had ended up having “little impact on the average Congolese citizen”, the report noted. It faulted international powers for not pushing the government to reform the army.
A little over one percent, or $85 million, of official development aid for the Congo was spent on direct security sector reform between 2006 and 2011, according to the report.
Without reform, Congolese soldiers often act more like predators than protectors and whatever the government probe into allegations of treachery may find, people around Goma remain fearful a cycle of revolt and violence will continue.
Residents in the nearby town of Minova spoke of a three-day rampage of drinking, shooting, stealing and rape by thousands of retreating government troops last month. One local man, Mbogos Simwerayi, recalled: “Everyone suffered with the army here.”
The U.N. said on Friday investigations showed FARDC soldiers raped and pillaged in Minova,
(Editing by Pascal Fletcher and Janet McBride)
Residents of Minova spoke of a 3-day rampage of drinking, shooting, stealing and rape by FARDC (Kabila troops) ignored by ICC