Videos and articles on the horror in the Central African Republic.

Despite what appears to be media spin to spread guilt equally, if not mostly on Christians, the likely truth of islamic supremacism and violent, even genocidal manifest destiny will out.

More will be added as they are found. Thank you M and Susan.

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Canadian artist and counter-jihad and freedom of speech activist as well as devout Schrödinger's catholic

4 Replies to “Videos and articles on the horror in the Central African Republic.”

  1. I’m going to be the Grinch. These people can’t kill each other quickly enough. The main fear for me is these maniacs will apply for asylum in the west.

  2. Burundi, Chad peacekeepers exchange fire in Central Africa

    Burundian and Chadian troops in the African force deployed in the Central African Republic (CAR) have exchanged fire in Bangui, raising new questions Tuesday about the stance of the Chadian contingent of a UN-mandated force sent to tame a country rocked by sectarian killings.

    The Burundian military reported the exchange occurred on Monday as the Chadians, mainly because they are Muslim, face accusations of complicity with the Seleka rebels who overthrew president Francois Bozize in March in the predominantly Christian country now gearing up for Christmas.

    Lieutenant-Colonel Pontien Hakizimana, head of the Burundian contingent in the African force MISCA, told AFP in Bujumbura that his men were disarming former rebels when Chadian troops from MISCA threw a grenade and opened fire on them, prompting some Burundian elements to return fire, wounding three Chadians.

    “On Monday morning we intercepted six armed ex-Seleka and we disarmed them,” Hakizimana told AFP from Bangui.

    A group of Chadian soldiers went by on a truck and threw a grenade at the Burundians, which exploded without causing any casualties, he said.

    “Then the Chadians left with the ex-Seleka, firing in all directions,” he said, adding some of his men came under fire and retaliated, wounding three Chadians.

    “The Chadians soldiers came back in greater numbers in the afternoon and attacked our positions,” Hakizimana said, adding that Burundian troops repelled them without a problem.

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