On the 6 April, 1994, President Habyarimana's plane was shot down and later that day the prime minister, Agathe Uwilingiyimana, was murdered[clxxxiv]. These assassinations confirmed all suspicions of what would happen to Hutu people if the Tutsi people ever came to power again. This was the spark which would ignite an extremely volatile situation and start an all out genocide of Tutsi people in Rwanda. Between April and July 1994 more than 800, 000 Tutsi people were killed, including thousands of Hutu people who was part of the opposition or refused to take part in the killings[clxxxv]. Kigali memorial centre for the victims of the 1994 genocide. Image source In July 1994 the RPF occupied Kigali and took over power in Rwanda, with Paul Kagame as the de facto leader, and over the span of the next two weeks more than two million Hutu people fled the country[clxxxvi].
Several massacres of Tutsi people were carried out by Rwandan government security agents as retaliations against the advancing RPF. Between 1990 and 1993, an estimated 3. 000 thousand Tutsi people were been killed by both government agents and civilian Hutu power groups[clxxiv]. The ongoing civil war was feeding and deepening the historical divide between Hutu and Tutsi people[clxxv]. The Rwandan state was losing the war against the RPF and this was causing a great strain on the regime. There was a split within the Hutu political elite between “moderates”, who wanted to negotiate with RPF, and a faction called “power”, which promoted Hutu power[clxxvi].
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The internal Hutu opposition also began using the spectre of an oppressive Tutsi regime, like the one before 1959, as a tool for gaining power and unseating President Habyarimana. Proponents of Hutu power brought back the colonial myth that Tutsi people were not indigenous to Rwanda[clxxi]. In 1992 a Hutu power youth militia called the Interahamwe was started by the ruling party[clxxii]. Both the Interahamwe and the Rwandan government army were supplied with weapons and materials by the French[clxxiii].
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Civil war and Genocide The initial part of the RPF invasion was a disaster. The rebels experienced several defeats against the Rwandan army, and RPF soldiers were scattered all over the northern part of Rwanda[clxvi]. This caused Kagame to interrupt his military training in the United States of America and return to Rwanda to lead the RPF forces[clxvii]. In1991 the RPF experienced several victories on the battlefield, but failed to translate those victories into longer term strategic wins. The cause of this was that the local population, of mostly Hutu farmers, did not see the RPF as liberators and they would flee as soon as the rebels approached[clxviii].
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His reasoning for doing so was to quell the general unrest that had gripped the country since 1972[cxliii]. Kayibanda and many of the most powerful people in the country was killed during the coup[cxliv]. During the second republic the Hutu/Tutsi divide was conceptualised from race to ethnicity, thus the Tutsi went from being classified a foreign race to being classified an ethnic minority[clxv]. It was still acknowledged that the Tutsi people came from a position of privilege, but in the second republic they were allowed a limited involvement in politics[cxlvi].
In 1993 about 950. 000 Hutu people were internally displaced[clxix]. Paul Kagame in 1994. Image source The RPF invasion of Rwanda meant an immediate end to the attempts of reconciliation which the regime of President Habyarimana had begun[clxx]. This meant that the Rwandan state turned its politics from one of national unification towards one of Hutu power. At the same time refugees from the north brought pressure on a Rwandan government already unpopular because of the economic decline of the previous years.
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By February 1993 it was estimated that about one million Rwandans, or almost 15% of the population, were internally displaced[clxxvii]. This created huge refugee camps in the areas still controlled by the government. Added to this were the Hutu refugees who had fled political violence in neighbouring Burundi. Several political parties established youth wings in 1992 and 1993. These youth wings would quickly get recruits from the vast amount of refugees and after the February 1993 RPF offensive many of the youth organisations turned into armed militias[clxviii].
It was at this time that the colonial authorities constructed the Tutsi people as non-indigenous[xcvi]. From 1941 to 1945 Rwanda went through the worst famine in its history and an estimated 200. 000 out of a population of 2 million people died of starvation[xcvii]. Meeting between Belgian colonialist and Rwandan local. Image source The 1959 Revolution and independence from Belgium During the 1950's Hutu people were given more rights by the colonial authorities. This was partly because of Rwanda becoming a mandate under the United Nations (Belgium would still administrate the country).
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In reality this was more like a system of alliances between smaller family units, called inzu[xxxiv]. The clans would remain important signifiers of belonging throughout Rwanda's history and would often constitute people from all of the three ethnic groups of Hutu, Tutsi and Twa[xxxv]. In the 1300’s and 1400s the clans began to form more rigid structures around clan leaders, turning the “father of the clans” into hereditary kingships[xxxvi]. As an increasing amount of power and wealth was accumulated by a single person at the head of a clan Rwanda saw the emergence of a variety of small hereditary kingdoms[xxxvii].
Rwanda has a long and contested history. A post-colonial history marked by internal conflict and ethnic genocide has impacted how people see the role of various ethnic groups in pre-colonial Rwanda as well[ix]. The early history of Rwanda, and especially the role and nature of the country's three dominant ethnic groups namely the Twa, Hutu and Tutsi, is highly debated amongst academics, politicians and people in general[x]. What is important to remember is that cultural and ethnic belonging is always fluid and changing, and in as much as this is a product of contemporary politics, this is historically determined. Some argue that historians were complicit in fuelling the post-colonial violence and genocide in Rwanda by accepting and reproducing the colonialist notion that Hutu, Twa and Tutsi people where distinct “races”[xi].
In 1988 about 50. 000 Hutu people fled from ethnic violence in Burundi to Rwanda[clxi], which radicalised the Hutu people living in Rwanda. In 1986 the National Resistance Movement (NRM) took power in Uganda, and many of the guerilla fighters who fought for them were the children of Tutsi refugees, most notable was RPF member Paul Kagame[clxii]. By 1987 Kagame was made action chief of military intelligence in Uganda[clxiii]. It is debated whether he and other leaders of the RPF joined the NRM's armed uprising to gain weapons and experience, or if their decision to invade Rwanda arose after they became disillusioned by the discrimination against Rwandan people living in Uganda[clxiv]. However, in October 1990, supported with arms and material from Uganda, the RPF began their armed invasion of Rwanda[clxv].
This happened partly because, in an effort to strengthen the government’s war effort, President Habyarimana began arming the civilian population[clxxix]. These armed civilian “self defence” units would later become the core part of the civilian participation in the 1994 genocide[clxxx]. Added to all this strife the Rwandan government and the RPF signed a peace agreement in Arusha, Tanzania, which excluded proponents of Hutu power from the new political order[clxxxi]. President Habyarimana turned against the agreement, and the opposition parties who had signed it was accused of betraying Rwanda and to opening the door for Tutsi power[clxxxii]. After the Rwandan prime minister was killed together with the ten UN soldiers guarding her, the UN (with the USA in charge) decided to pull out all but 270 of the UN soldiers stationed in the country[clxxxiii]. This was supposed to be a signal to the Rwandan government that they needed to implement the Arusha agreement or the UN would let the RPF take over Rwanda.
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