War Criminal Susan Rice For VP? Perfect Match With Iraq Invading Biden!

This is just a note for the future, I want my conscience clear. Let it not be said I didn’t scream in time. “Biden” has been considering a possible Vice President, in particular Senators Warren and Harris, both certified liars… But it’s hard to be in elected politics at a high level, and not be a liar. 

Susan Rice, though, is a completely different bird. She always circulated in the highest spheres of the plutocracy, per her right of birth. She represents the Deep Plutocratic State at its ugliest, and most criminal. She is the daughter of her dad, who sat on the Federal Reserve. Never elected, she made friends with all the possible African dictators she could find, who probably filled up her pockets or that of devices she had interest in. She invested millions in companies building pipelines which the Obama administration was supposedly opposed to… but made it so that those pipelines ultimately got built (some of the last screws may have been tightened under the Trump administration, enabling fake denial).

Rice Susan You Don't Like Plutocracy. Too Bad, That's What All You have, Coackroach

Here is the New York Times, plutocratic paper per excellence, and thus not susceptible of being anti-Rice, Rice being a trusted undertaker of plutocracy: 

U.N. Ambassador Questioned on U.S. Role in Congo Violence, By Helene Cooper. Dec. 9, 2012.

WASHINGTON — Almost two decades after the Clinton administration failed to intervene in the genocide in Rwanda, the United States is coming under harsh criticism for not moving forcefully in another African crisis marked by atrocities and brutal killings, this time in Rwanda’s neighbor, the Democratic Republic of Congo.

While President Obama and Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton have taken some of the blame, critics of the Obama administration’s Africa policy have focused on the role of Susan E. Rice, the United States ambassador to the United Nations and a leading contender to succeed Mrs. Clinton, in the administration’s failure to take action against the country they see as a major cause of the Congolese crisis, Rwanda.

Specifically, these critics — who include officials of human rights organizations and United Nations diplomats — say the administration has not put enough pressure on Rwanda’s president, Paul Kagame, to end his support for the rebel movement whose recent capture of the strategic city of Goma in Congo set off a national crisis in a country that has already lost more than three million people in more than a decade of fighting. Rwanda’s support is seen as vital to the rebel group, known as M23.

Support for Mr. Kagame and the Rwandan government has been a matter of American foreign policy since he led the Tutsi-dominated Rwandan Patriotic Front to victory over the incumbent government in July 1994, effectively ending the Rwandan genocide. But according to rights organizations and diplomats at the United Nations, Ms. Rice has been at the forefront of trying to shield the Rwandan government, and Mr. Kagame in particular, from international censure, even as several United Nations reports have laid the blame for the violence in Congo at Mr. Kagame’s door.

A senior administration official said Saturday that Ms. Rice was not freelancing, and that the American policy toward Rwanda and Congo was to work with all the countries in the area for a negotiated settlement to the conflict.

Aides to Ms. Rice acknowledge that she is close to Mr. Kagame and that Mr. Kagame’s government was her client when she worked at Intellibridge, a strategic analysis firm in Washington. Ms. Rice, who served as the State Department’s top African affairs expert in the Clinton administration, worked at the firm with several other former Clinton administration officials, including David J. Rothkopf, who was an acting under secretary in the Commerce Department; Anthony Lake, Mr. Clinton’s national security adviser; and John M. Deutch, who was director of the Central Intelligence Agency.”

Why should a top US official being ‘close” to the dictator of Rwanda, and notorious mass murderer?Because being “close” to such dictators is Ms. Rice’s job, that’s what she did, throughout Africa.

Wars in East Congo killed more than five million people. They were useful wars. They fed Coltan, Cobalt and other precious minerals to the US dominated high tech industries (such as Apple, Inc.). All along Kagame was a US pawn, transforming a sleepy French speaking backwaters into a conflict ridden, US dominated English speaking let’s eliminate-whoever-is-in-the-way-of-profits kill zone. The notorious Rwanda civil war started in the 1950s, when the Tutsi monarchy was overthrown by a Hutu led Republic. US special ops then financed an army, the Rwandan Popular Front. War started with the RPF invading north-eastern Rwanda, advancing 60 km (37 mi) into the country in 1990. It suffered a major setback when its leader Rwigyema was killed in action on the second day. The Republican Rwandan Army, assisted by troops from France, gained the upper hand and the RPF were largely defeated by the end of October. Kagame, who had been in the United States during the invasion, returned to take command.


On the evening of 6 April 1994, the airplane carrying Rwandan president Juvénal Habyarimana and Burundian president Cyprien Ntaryamira, both Hutu, was shot down with surface-to-air missiles as it prepared to land in Kigali, capital of Rwanda. Since 2018, we know for sure these missiles came from Uganda (that is from Rice’s friend Kagame), not Rwanda…

The French anti-terrorist magistrate Jean-Louis Bruguière opened an investigation into the shootdown on behalf of the families of the French aircraft crew. On the basis of hundreds of interviews, Bruguière concluded that the assassination had been carried out on the orders of Paul Kagame, and issued arrest warrants against nine of Kagame’s aides in 2006. One of them was arrested by the German government. The Rwandan dictatorship then broke off relations with France. 

In February 2008, a 182-page indictment and international arrest warrants were issued against 40 current or former high-ranking Rwandan military officials of the Rwandan Patriotic Army/Rwandan Defence Forces by the Spanish Investigative Judge Fernando Andreu of the Audiencia Nacional. They were charged with a number of serious crimes between 1990 and 2002, including the shootdown of Habyarimana’s plane.


As dirty as it gets:

In her memoir, Tough Love, Rice disinforms the UN’s decision to abandon Rwanda as the Belgians’: “Once their peacekeepers were slaughtered,” she writes, “the Belgians decided to withdraw their battalion…they appealed to the US, as a NATO ally to back their decision.” 

But Belgian descriptions of what happened suggest the decision to pull out was primarily Washington’s.  The evening after the shooting down of the presidential plane, Belgian army Chief of Staff Jose Charlier told Luc Marchal, the most senior Belgian officer in Rwanda, that Belgium was planning to ask the UN Security Council to reinforce the mission with additional troops and supplies.  In his chilling memoir Shake Hands with the Devil, Canadian general Romeo Dallaire who oversaw the entire UN mission in Rwanda wrote, “If we were given a new mandate and the necessary force, we might be able to get the two parties [that is the Rwandan government and Kagame’s rebellious Rwandan Patriotic Front] back to the negotiating table.”

But six days later, Marchal was informed that the entire Belgian contingent was to be withdrawn. With the Belgians fleeing, there was little appetite for continued intervention and other countries withdrew their contingents too, and the world looked on as the genocide unfolded.

What brought the Belgian change of heart?  Sources within the peacekeeping force indicate that in the days after the plane crash, Belgian ambassador to the UN, Paul Noterdaeme, met with his US counterpart Madeleine Albright, who indicated there would be no larger force, giving Belgium little choice but to withdraw its troops.

President Bill Clinton has apologized for this disastrous decision. Superficially, the fatal decision was Albright’s and Clinton’s, not Rice’s; but as director for international organizations and peacekeeping at the National Security Council, Rice would, at the least, have been influential… as a specialist in African studies—having completed a PhD in the subject.Rice took time out from government during George W. Bush’s presidency to work as a publicist for Paul Kagame, the ruthless dictator who seized power in Rwanda after the genocide, and she has also big time friendly with Ugandan dictator Yoweri Museveni, and Ethiopia’s Meles Zenawi.  

When Kagame and fellow dictator and backer Ugandan Yoweri Museveni invaded Congo in 1996, and again in 1998, launching conflicts that cost millions of lives, Rice denied that the US gave them the greenlight. That is all impossible. Independent scholars who’ve studied the matter, including Philip Roessler and Harry Verhoeven, suggest she organized all these wars.  

This is a case like World War One and World War Two: who, what profited from the wars?… The usual suspects: US plutocrats. 

As Black Stars news put it:


“In 2012, a group of UN investigators reported that both Kagame and Museveni were backing a brutal rebel group called M23, that was wreaking further havoc in Congo. Rice, now US ambassador to the UN tried to suppress the report. Then, in 2014, she greenlighted Uganda’s intervention in South Sudan, which greatly prolonged that conflict too.  In 2015, she stood in the way of a Security Council effort to place sanctions on South Sudan’s leaders which might have helped bring them to negotiating table, sparing that country years of war.

When confronted with the evidence of Uganda and Rwanda’s support for M23 (and up to M24… M27…), Rice reportedly said, it didn’t matter if Uganda and Rwanda were supporting brutal militias in Congo, because if they weren’t, “some other group” would do the same. 

The plight of Africa’s people seldom receives much public attention. This is not because the region doesn’t have enormous strategic significance; after all, it is where most of the minerals—from coltan to lithium-that go into the devices that power the global economy come from. It is because of such casually racist attitudes as this.”


Clearly, the spirit, if not the hand, of Susan Rice and certainly of the immense resources of that of her immensely wealthy and powerful mentors, were behind all this. Everybody using a smartphone would be smart, according to cynics, to thank Rice.   

So what happened to California Senator Kamala Harris? My preferred liar? Harris is a tough ex-prosecutor. She would be harder to control than Susan Rice. Susan Rice not only knows where the bodies are buried, but the powers that be know she knows that they know all her past dirty dealings (as they set them for her), and she would make an ideal president. Harris could turn out as hard to control as Trump. No good, as far as the Plutos know.

Rice didn’t stand on the neck of a guy for nine minutes, she stood on the neck of a continent for not just nine years, but twenty-seven years, and that has turned very lucrative for the powers that be. A perfect candidate, perfectly symbolic of the Biden puppet candidacy…

Patrice Ayme

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8 Responses to “War Criminal Susan Rice For VP? Perfect Match With Iraq Invading Biden!”

  1. Gmax Says:

    Not going to be a popular post: folks don’t like the truth, especially when it’s too revealing. Anybody reading this would never vote for Biden Rice. But that he would even consider her lemme ask: What’s wrong with that guy?


    • Patrice Ayme Says:

      Biden has nothing to do, and he will win. I don’t even think that Trump wants to win. He is tired of fighting for an obvious idea his fellow Plutos hate. It reminds me of the fatigue of Gaius Marius’ Sixth Consultship, when he passed the law giving his veterans land in conquered and depeopled areas… And Marius was 19 years younger…


  2. Patrice Ayme Says:

    @JoeBiden Not Susan Rice, please! There is everything wrong about this unelected power-behind-the-throne, for her dirty ways in Africa. I don’t particularly like Harris, but she is clean, and the obvious choice.


  3. Don Kemerling Says:

    Yeah, people like Rice should learn to lighten up and be more reasonable. She should also publicly confess her roll in the Russian collusion hoax. Truth helps reconciliation.


    • Patrice Ayme Says:

      I think Trump thought he was dirty enough to handle Washington, and the like of Obama (a brown sheep… not a racist remark, my spouse is just as brown…) Brown sheep Obama was always an extraneous element. The real Democratic Party is something else, making Hitler all he could be… and hiding it 100% to official history.


  4. Patrice Ayme Says:

    To NYT:

    @Zareen Maybe you should brush up on Susan Rice’s friendship with, and employment by, several African dictators… Rice, daughter of her Deep State dad, was publicist for dictator Kagame, who was a major actor in a war in Congo which killed more than 5 millions to produce coltan for the high tech industry. Also she was massively invested (millions) in pipeline companies bringing tar sand oil, and so on… Rice: no other potential VP is as bad, by a very long shot. “Progressives” would be ill informed if they voted for her.

    [This comment was censored by the NYT.]


  5. Don Kemerling Says:

    She is a very political animal, and obviously hungering for a job in the possible Biden administration. Rice is very intelligent, but dishonest.


    • Patrice Ayme Says:

      The word “dishonest” is a euphemism. I am pretty certain this never elected for anything official is a war criminal, no less. She is the playgirl model of systemic racism, having contributed to the death of at least 6 millions Africans by her promotion of kagame and his ilk. To fill up her pockets and those of the US tech monopolies. She was also born with a silver spoon in her mouth.


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