The Chadian dictator Idriss Deby thinks these behaviors reduce the population to silence. Well, it is true that dead people don’t speak but in this case their bodies have expressed a lot about the nature of his barbaric and evil regime. Did he really think about the feeling that we as Chadians and others as humans get by seeing these pictures? May be he thought to hide everything as he did in his previous numerous atrocities. One thing is clear Mr. Tyrant Deby. You only showed us not just how evil your regime is but also how devil you are.
These monstrous acts of yours cannot and will not be forever hidden and never be tolerated. There is one Chadian proverb that says “No one in this world, with ten fingers without ten relatives”. Therefore, even when chadians are afraid to come forward and speak about their disappeared relatives, they deeply know that you murdered them. You should expect to be interrogated one day for their killings.
When human right organizations said in 2001 that the dictatorial regime of Deby is responsible for the killings of more than 25000 chadians, the reaction of the international community was not seen. Perhaps, there was no reaction because there were no supportive pictures of the killings. Now, these pictures and the disappearance of Dr. Ibni Oumar Mahamat Saleh in February 2008 along with hundreds other chadians show more than just an evidence to condemn and persecute Deby.
We ask the international community and human rights organizations to condemn these brutal acts of the Chadian dictator and make real and independent inquiries about the number of the people who were killed in these conditions. Ignoring these acts will insult your moral duty and make us doubt your real mandate and mission.
Taking people’s life this way is not just humiliating for the victims and their families on our land but it is also an insult for the whole human kind. The monster Deby will never stop his evil acts unless he sees a real threat of persecution from the international community that is unfortunately backing him blindly so far.
Idriss Deby is also the real instigator of the problem of Darfour except others were unfortunately unjustly blamed because he didn’t show any disrespect to western countries and he has personal relationships with most of their leaders.
Isn’t the real job of a good president is to protect its people? As Deby is not a president but a despotic gangster, he thinks his duty is to kill them. There should be a way to prevent him from committing atrocities and killing innocent civilians. Otherwise, his brutality will spread behind our Chadian borders as he did in Darfour.
August 3, 2008