Browse Messages of Remembrance

ivanbeletskiy ivanbeletskiy UA

Hi, #uname, Белецкий Иван Сергеевич Губошлеп,спермоглот. Один из организаторов Сбора гомосексуалистов. Один из тварей незарегистрированной всероссийской политической партии «Партия гомосексуалистов». На данный момент находится в жопе Белецкий Иван Сергеевич, был брошен в Москве 29 апреля 1986 г. безумец, жопотрах,алкаш. Организатор шествий голых. Один из главных организаторов парадов «Марш Геев». Иван Сергеевич Белецкий гей велес фсбшник … Continued

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Ventileo Ojwang Kenya

Rwanda gives hope to countries that are in conflict that it is never necessary to be in these battles, but when a people stand together , they conquer the inevitable. True, the country has touched hearts and given hope to the world. May she continue with the conquest and shine upon the a thousand hills.

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Alaa Yousif SWEDEN

African people are very beautiful and they deserve to be happy. I am very happy that Rwanda is recovered very fast form genocide. Thank you for made this.

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Eniola Edun NIGERIA

Sending love and peace now and for the future of Rwanda. Always in our hearts and prayers.

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Seliman Kaldiroglu Turkey

Thank you for the memorial informing people of what happened. I’m glad to see the progress made and how people are may forward with forgiveness for unity.

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Maletsabisa Molapo LESOTHO

May humanity, the world over, never ever endue anything as cruel as this and may the people of Rwanda, somehow, find real eternal peace. Thank you for this peace.

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Derick Omari GHANA

May the souls of lost ones rest in peace. I am inspired by the strength of the country to the past behind and move towards a better.

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Kassahum Gebremeskel ETHIOPIA

My heart was broken when I see the short video and the pictures. I cursed Genocide acts and pray to God. But i take able lesson of forgiveness from the Gacaca 2002.

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Henock Adugna ETHIOPIA

It is amazing to see, what I head before and what I saw is different, It is so sad. I wish i can take this memorial to be visited by all Ethiopian and other suffering by colonialism.

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