Why Yale and U.S. Honors The Killer, Paul Kagame

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[Letter]

Per Senator Robert krueger's article about Yale honoring Gen. Paul Kagame. It isn't a mistake but a conscious decision to continue offering him all the support that the Empire can muster.

Yale's prestige is being put at the disposal of a major war criminal who also happens to be one of America's most useful allies. The logic is ugly but it is totally consistent with the interests of the United States.

Jonas Savimbi of Angola, Yoweri Museveni of Uganda, Mobutu of former Zaire, Ferdinand Marcos of the Philippines, Ngoh Dien Diem in Viet Nam were all vicious and greedy leaders who were favored by the United States to serve its global agenda.

Now the beat goes on; no more no less. The role that the New York Times played in promoting the war in Iraq is being repeated by one of the world's most respected universities to give a good impression of someone who should be in jail for life.

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