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Taylor Report
Le Beni Tazira, Burundi American reporter/writer in Chicago.
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Le Beni Tazir points out the irony of the "Crisis Mongers" wanting to send in 5000 troops to Burundi to deal with a few neighborhood terrorists in the capital of Bujumbura, while, at the same time, Burundi has over 7000 troops outside the country on peace missions.

He rhetorically asks why wasn't foreign intervention called for when Paris was attacked by terrorists? And, he points out that in 2015 there were more murders in Chicago than in the whole country of Burundi.

Phil Taylor asks: Why don't they just ask some of the Burundi troops in Somali to return home and keep the peace in one of the neighborhoods in Bujumbura. It seems that logic does not factor into imperialists' thinking.

Tazir provides some key information that is never mentioned in the mainstream media, such as:
(1) Rwanda is arming invasion forces into Burundi
(2) Belgium, the former colonial power, appointed themselves to make the rules for interference in Burundi, including the Deputy PM, Lois Michelle, who wanted to arm people who were fighting President Nkuranziza
(3) The EU underwrites the majority of the the African Unions (AU) budget and aptly compares them to the US lobbyists
(4) The Burundi Parliament has 40% Tutsi in the House and 50% in the Senate: Not one of the members of Parliament said it was likely there would be genocide in Burundi.

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00:33:16 1 Dec. 21, 2015
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