UNITED NATIONS, Oct 16 (Reuters) - Rwanda's defense minister is commanding a rebellion in eastern Democratic Republic of Congo that is being armed by Rwanda and Uganda, both of which sent troops to aid the insurgency in a deadly attack on U.N. peacekeepers, according to a U.N. report.
Sooooo...according to a United Nations field report, Rwanda is not only assisting in the rebellion in the Congo, they are commanding it. They've effectively annexed eastern Congo, and continue to recruit child soldiers.The U.N. Security Council's Group of Experts said in a confidential report that Rwanda and Uganda - despite their strong denials - continued to support M23 rebels in their six-month fight against Congolese government troops in North Kivu province.
What should we do about that?
Oh...nevermind. The United Nation's got it all under control.
That's right...stoke a rebellion and recruit child soldiers, and get yourself elected to the Security Council of the United Nations...the very same one who just said you attacked the Congo. Nice.18 October 2012 – The United Nations General Assembly has elected Argentina, Australia, Luxembourg, the Republic of Korea and Rwanda to serve as non-permanent members on the Security Council for two-year terms beginning on 1 January 2013.