Only Superpower Countries’ Forces Should Come to Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC)United Nations Human Rights Commission report on DRC has proven the death of approximately 6 million Congolese, from wars caused by internal and external forces, especially from neighboring country, Rwanda. It is disheartening to see that United States of America, Great Britain, France, and Sweden have decided not to intervene in DRC, but in Afghanistan, where the death of innocent peoples is almost 10 times less than that in DRC. They should realize that they do hold the key to the long-term solution, of DRC problems.
It is clear from now on, that the situation in DRC would not improve until the UN Security Council adds more forces, to the existing MONUSCO forces, which are already in DRC; but have demonstrated to be weak; and enable to achieve the desired goals of peace in DRC.
This has many precedents; such as when recently President Obama decided to send USA troops to hunt down Joseph Kony, the “Lord Resistance Army” chief. President Obama knew then that African Union was too weak to do the work.
It is therefore important that UN Security Council and other Superpower countries do their best to save these women, children and old people of DRC, from these rebels, created by actual Rwandan President, Paul Kagame.
Amiel Nkuliza, Sweden.