Countries that experience trauma of this magnitude typically struggle to develop prosperous economies and stable politics. Rwanda is an exception, but not out of the woods yet.
We can’t—and shouldn’t—wipe out the most sordid facets of our national past. They must serve as a haunting reminder of where we’ve been, and won’t return.
Our glitterati’s favorite socialist paradise has, like so many similar experiments, become a murderous den of oppression and privation.
Merely stating that one has a weapon in the absence of any real indicator of danger is not a crime in a country that guarantees its citizens the right to bear arms.
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