For the past two decades, Eastern D.R. Congo is a victim of all kinds of violence, ever since this part of the country opened its door to rescue people from neighboring Rwanda engaged in civil war that caused the "well advertised" genocide in this country. Fightings and instability of all kinds where in that way imported to DRC and, as a consequence, eastern DRC became the hotbed of violence and deshumanization : killings, rape, family disruption, unscholarization of children, and many more humiliating actions. DRC is mourning more than 5 million deaths, countless family destructions, countless infection with pandemics such as HIV/AIDS, the looting of its natural ressources, etc. Rapes and other forms of violence on women and children have resulted in planting the seed of hatred, resentment, enmity and rejection among people who are by nature condemned to live together as brothers and sisters, sharing the same values and destiny. DRC has thus become a deep open bleeding wound that needs cure and recovery. Women are living covering in their innermost the shame of their humiliation and consecutive rejection, children are growing cut from the loving care of loving parents to end become real monsters with no formal education, understanding the only language of violence and destruction. We need to save this country from this doom and bring in a new light of hope for future generations. And, today is the day ! Let us take action for this cause.
Pierre Mutambwe Onutu
This petition closed almost 2 years ago
The suffering people of this country especially its wounded region, deserve peace, love and happiness just as all other people in the world. Development cannot stem from areas destroyed by war...
The suffering people of this country especially its wounded region, deserve peace, love and happiness just as all other people in the world. Development cannot stem from areas destroyed by war and violence. Love for one another is the key means of solving all of the problems of the world. Let us give love, Let us restore honour and dignity. Let us put ourselves in the place and circumstances of these suffering people and wander if we can ever accept it.