Uganda Mass Murder Inc
See: Authoritarian leaders (Social dominators) Psychopathy
See: Paul Kagame
[2011 Oct] Obama, The Son of Africa, Claims a Continent’s Crown Jewels by John Pilger
Museveni’s bush war began in 1980. Paul Kagame, current President of Rwanda, was Museveni’s Director of Military Intelligence in the mid-1980’s. Museveni and Kagame led the invasion of Rwanda in 1990. The two military commanders utilized terrorist tactics that assigned blame for atrocities they committed—against both their enemies and their own people—on their enemies. They used psychological operations, embedded international reporters, and fabrication of massacres. These tactics have continued to the present.  Darfurism, Uganda and the U.S. War in Africa - The Spectre of Continental Genocide by Keith Harmon Snow
Yoweri Museveni and his business and military partners are responsible for
millions of deaths, crimes against humanity and war crimes in Eastern Congo.
Museveni and his generals were the primary backers of Congolese warlord
Jean-Pierre Bemba and the Movement for the Liberation of Congo. With UPDF
support, Bemba’s MLC perpetrated massive atrocities under the covert military
operation, Effacer le Tableau (Erasing the Board)—a scorched earth policy
amounting to genocide against the Mbuti pygmies of Eastern Congo.18
The U.S. military invasion of Zaire (now Congo), involved U.S. covert forces, U.S. military communications, logistical and weapons support, and Ugandan and Rwandan forces. Humvees, C-130’s and black-skinned U.S. Special Forces entered South Sudan and northeastern Congo through the Gulu and Arua Districts of Uganda, the heart of Acholiland and the center of atrocities against the Acholi people.19  Darfurism, Uganda and the U.S. War in Africa - The Spectre of Continental Genocide by Keith Harmon Snow
people most responsible for atrocities in the region—unprecedented human
bloodletting, war crimes, crimes against humanity, and genocide—are protected.
These include Yoweri Museveni, Salim Saleh, Paul Kagame, James Kazini, Moses
Ali, James Kabarebe, Taban Amin, Jean-Pierre Bemba, Laurent Nkunda, Meles Zenawi…
a long list of people whose culpability is without question, many of whom have
been named for atrocities again and again. U.S. Special Operations forces know
what happened and should be deposed under oath in a legitimate International
Criminal Court, which at present does not exist, and is not in the making. Ditto
for Madeleine Albright, Anthony Lake, Thomas Pickering, Susan Rice, John
Prendergast, General William Wald, General Frank Toney, Walter Kansteiner, Dick
Cheney, Donald Rumsfeld, Richard Holbroke, Roger Winter, Frank G. Wisner, Andrew
Young… another short list.
Foley Hoag LLP is also tied to the U.S.-Uganda Friendship Council. On May 6, 2002 in Washington D.C. Ugandan President Yoweri Museveni and wife Janet were special guests at U.S.-Uganda Friendship Council event sponsored by members Coke, Pfizer and Chevron-Texaco. Museveni also met with President Bush at the White House. Coke director Kathleen Black is a principle in the Hearst media empire, while Coke directors Warren Buffet and Barry Diller are directors of the Washington Post Company, and these are the media institutions that whitewash client regimes, corporate plunder and Pentagon actions. Of course, Coca Cola covets the gum Arabic potential of Darfur, and Coke is a client of Andrew Young’s PR firm Goodworks International. Uganda’s image is sanitized by one of the world’s largest PR firms, London’s Hill & Knowlton. In 2005 Uganda spent some $700,000 on a Hill & Knowlton contract to facilitate and “encourage dialogue between the Ugandan government and people like Human Rights Watch, Amnesty, Oxfam.”26  Darfurism, Uganda and the U.S. War in Africa - The Spectre of Continental Genocide by Keith Harmon Snow
In the mid-1980’s today’s
President of Uganda Yoweri Museveni seized power in a bloody conflict. Fighting
alongside Museveni were Tutsi soldiers who would later go on to overthrow the
government of Rwanda, in a low-intensity conflict that began in October 1990,
and culminated in the spectacle of the Rwanda genocide of 1994. Powerful
corporate, intelligence and defense interests from the United States backed both
Museveni also sent his bloodthirsty troops into Congo. Millions of innocent people died under Ugandan occupation, while Museveni and his gang plundered Congo’s natural resources, raped women and whipped up killing fields scattered with skeletons.
But Museveni is someone’s “Golden Boy,” just like Uganda was always Britain’s “Pearl of Africa.”
President Yoweri Museveni has controlled Uganda for more than 20 years in a one-party dictatorship friendly to powerful corporate interests predominantly from the United States, Britain and Israel.
But years ago, up in the north of Uganda, the Museveni government herded the minority Acholi people into forced settlements—they called then “refugee” camps—under the claim that the government was providing protection from rebel forces supposedly hostile to the Museveni government. They became death camps, and they are death camps still.
For years Museveni’s low-intensity war against the Acholi people has waged on, completely out of sight, while the army of Joseph Kony—the evil Christian forces of the Lord’s resistance Army—was the only party ever accused of anything. The LRA is purported to be a rebel army opposed to the Museveni regime, but this is a convenient ruse that serves the dictates of a permanent warfare economy.  NORTHERN UGANDA: HIDDEN WAR, MASSIVE SUFFERING. ANOTHER WHITE PEOPLE’S WAR FOR OIL by Keith Harmon Snow
Tibuhaburwa Yoseri Buzariranwa a.k.a Yoweri Museveni with his Colonial Paymaster, Monsieur Gordon Brown http://freeuganda.wordpress.com/2009/04/19/colonialism-and-genocide-in-africa/