Bunagana, April 3rd 2013
Réf : 006/Prés – M23/2013
To The attention of the Parliament of South Africa and South Africa people as whole, in South Africa.
RE: MOTIN FOR CANCELLING THE SENDING OF SOUTH AFRICAN SOLDIERS TO WAR IN THE DRC
The M23, noted the UN resolution 2098, of March 28, 2013, which transforming the UN peace keepers in a belligerent force, entrusted with offensive mission to extend the reign of an army which the crime rate and rape is the highest of all armies of the world and come to rescue the most corrupt regime in the world. Words of the Secretary General of the United Nations stating in the same resolution that corruption are the main cause of failure of the Congolese Government.
Recalling that, the UN resolution creating the Brigade with mandate to kill and also in turn to be killed comes into existence when negotiations are taking place in Kampala/ Uganda between the Kinshasa Government and the March 23 Movement, under the mediation of his excellency President YOWERI MUSEVENI of Uganda and Chairman of the International conference of the Great Lakes Region “ICGLR” and on the recommendation of the 11 countries of the Great Lakes Region.
Meanwhile it was noticed during the interview of April 2nd 2013 by the Congolese Minister of Foreign Affairs, Raymond TSHIBANDA who said that: “countries (South Africa, Tanzania, Malawi, and Mozambique) who have militarily contributed for the UN intervention brigade are also them countries who have accepted for their soldiers to be killed on the Congolese land”.
By this fact, the same countries gave mandate to the oppressed forces to kill the soldiers of the UN Brigade as they defend themselves. What a shame.
This decision, which is an evil precedent, dedicates the victory of force without reasoning. This is why, M23 invites the Parliament and the people of the South Africa to consider and convince the Government to do not send their sons and daughters of their good nation in an absurd war against their Congolese brothers.
Consequently the M23 has no responsibility in this mutual massacre which seems to be programmed just to please those who, from their air-conditioned skyscrapers in New York offices, whom have nothing but contempt and ignore our values and our pan-African beliefs.
At this difficult time of freedom struggle throughout Africa; our prayers are faced for the person of MADIBA MANDELA. May God quickly restore his health and inform to his great wisdom this long night and evil that is about to begin. We will never forget; just released from prison, he honored the city of GOMA by a friendly and brotherly visit which wills never quite our memories.
Finally, we would like to express too our compassion to the families of the South African soldiers who lost their lives while defending the central African Republic.
Looking forward to hear from you soon, we express our gratitude and honor to the nation’s Rainbow for being effective in leading the fight for freedom and equality of humans.
The President of M23