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KPFK breaks the silence on Congo

December 4, 2008


On Nov. 11, KPFK radio host Dedon Kamathi interviewed Kambale Musavuli from the Congo, who is the coordinator of the global student movement Breaking the Silence Congo Week. Maurice Carney of Friends of the Congo joined him for an update on the unfolding diplomatic initiative to bring peace and justice to the Congo. Former Congresswoman and Presidential Candidate Cynthia McKinney also was interviewed to address the recent arrest of those responsible for the genocide in Rwanda. She has testified worldwide on the truth behind the genocide in direct opposition to the U.S. led media campaign highlighted by the film “Hotel Rwanda.” The interrelationship between the European states-sponsored anarchy in the Congo and Rwanda President Paul Kagame, a CIA stooge, will be explored in the program.

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  1. Khoi Khoi

    Very good program! I will have to listen to more programs. It has been a while since I was able to hear progressive programing. I use to catch Amy Goodman on the way to work but the signal no longer comes through.

    Khoi Khoi

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