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Strategia antylop [Ebook] ➩ Strategia antylop By Jean Hatzfeld – Natus-physiotherapy.co.uk Strategia antylop jest trzeci z cyklu ksi ek Jeana Hatzfelda po wi conych rwandyjskiej wojnie domowej W dw ch pierwszych Dans le nu de la vie R cits des marais rwandais oraz Une saison de machettes au Strategia antylop jest trzeci z cyklu ksi ek Jeana Hatzfelda po wi conych rwandyjskiej wojnie domowej W dw ch pierwszych Dans le nu de la vie R cits des marais rwandais oraz Une saison de machettes autor udziela g osu zab jcom i ich ofiarom, ods aniaj c przed czytelnikiem wiat pe en niewyobra alnego okrucie stwa oprawc w, b lu, przera enia i milczenia ocala ych W Strategii antylop Hatzfeld wraca do Rwandy, by raz jeszcze porozmawia z przedstawicielami obu stron, po tym jak cz Hutu zosta a wypuszczona z wi zienia lub wr ci a z wygnania w Kongu Tutsi musz na nowo przyj ich jako s siad w Jak radz sobie z pojednaniem Czy mo liwe jest prawdziwe przebaczenie Skrajnie odmienne, a jednak zawsze zaskakuj ce odpowiedzi na te pytania sugeruj , e dzia ania polityczne oraz wysi ki spo eczno ci mi dzynarodowej, by w spos b prawny usankcjonowa powsta w Rwandzie sytuacj , nie id we w a ciwym kierunku Ksi ka Hatzfelda to wstrz saj cy opis cierpienia pami ci, trwania w stoickiej nadziei oraz dow d na to, e procesu a oby nie da si ani przyspieszy ani sztucznie zako czy.


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  1. Peter Peter says:

    Note This review is for the full four part series.French reporter and longtime resident of the African continent, Jean Hatzfeld, documents the Rwandan Genocide indetail than any other historian or journalist But don t look to his series for a complete historical context or a full examination of the motives of the killers or the previous crimes of the Tutsi people and the colonialists Other books, like Philip Gourevitch s excellent We Wish to Inform You That Tomorrow We Will Be Killed wi Note This review is for the full four part series.French reporter and longtime resident of the African continent, Jean Hatzfeld, documents the Rwandan Genocide indetail than any other historian or journalist But don t look to his series for a complete historical context or a full examination of the motives of the killers or the previous crimes of the Tutsi people and the colonialists Other books, like Philip Gourevitch s excellent We Wish to Inform You That Tomorrow We Will Be Killed with Our Families informs and educates the readerthoroughly on context, motivation, and history Hatzfeld instead offers direct contact with the killers and the survivors He tracks life in one small village as it progresses over 24 years from the 100 days of the cuttings of the genocide, through the forced return and imprisonment of the escaped Hutu killers, to the killers pardon in 2003 to live side by side with the survivors, and finally to the legacy of the genocide for the next generation of children, the children of both the killers and the survivors Hatzfeld s series of four poignant and well written books focus on the lives of the people of the Bugesera, a modest sized district in the southeast of Rwanda a place where Hutus slaughtered an estimated 100,000 Tutsis Hatzfeld is detailed in his dispatches, following the same small group of people, gaining their trust by breaking through a haze of trauma and for the killers by passing through prison walls It s doubtful any other reporter or historian will even gain similar access and intimacy with all the players What is missing, for the most part, is the role the government of long time President Paul Kagame plays in their lives.Life Laid Bare The Survivors in Rwanda Speak introduced us to the Rwandan voices, the survivors of the Bugesera, men, women, children, all who ran from the blades for 100 days until the Tutsi army led by Paul Kagame, refugee turned General turned President could reach the marshes and the hillside of the district It is here that Hatzfeld first introduces the reader to the victims and survivors of evil.Hatzfeld s second installment, Machete Season The Killers in Rwanda Speak is a short and dark tome offering up direct testimony and confessions of one small group of cutters who terrorized their small community for 100 days, they a part of a larger group that murdered thousands using mostly machetes, killingefficiently than the Nazi death camp apparatus killed Jews Reading Hatzfeld s commentary on his meetings in the crowded Rilima Prison, I detect little joy in his work and note his reticence during interviews of genocidaires.The Antelope s Strategy Living in Rwanda After the Genocide, book three, titled because the victims of the genocide, when they could run, ran like the Antelope, staying in their herd, knowing that the Hutus would cut the slow, the old, the infirm, and those who carried their babies first On the hilltops of the Bugesera in 1994, the comfort of the pack helped Innocent Rwililiza only so much Out of the thousands that sought safety above the village, just a few dozens survived the rest cut down by their Hutu neighbors and the Interahamwe If it was possible to report adark and horrifying version of the genocide than that provided in books one and two, Hatzfeld finds it, as he documents Innocent s Rwililiza s story of survival In Blood Papa Rwanda s New Generation, Jean Hatzfeld introduces readers to the children of the genocidaires and the survivors While much of the book is spent with the children, Hatzfeld researches the community or Gacaca courts organized in Rwanda to free up the enormous backlog in the traditional court system He tells the story of one particular case, a cutter, a man whose confession Hatzfeld documented in Machete Season, a man who served seven years in prison and was then pardoned by President Kagame along with many other second tier offenders in 2003, and a man who committed a crime so atrocious and evil that in 2010 his community s Gacaca court immediately dispatched the offender to life in prison


  2. Becky Becky says:

    The final piece of the puzzle in Hatzfeld s trilogy I recommend reading the other two books first, or this won t make as much sense He succeeds in making us question what it must be like to be forced to live in the same community as those you previously tried to escape, and may have even watched murder several members of your family Fascinating.


  3. Regina Lindsey Regina Lindsey says:

    The Antelope Strategy by Jean Hatzfield3 StarsIn 1994, within one month s time, approximately 59,000 Tutsi s were slaughtered by their Hutu neighbors Hatzfield, a French reporter, has published a trilogy on the survivors and the murderers The Antelope Strategy in the final installment Hatzfield has returned to Rwanda after the government has released a number of Hutu s after serving only seven years in prison as part of a reconciliation plan Since the Tutsi s are herdsman and the Hutu s are The Antelope Strategy by Jean Hatzfield3 StarsIn 1994, within one month s time, approximately 59,000 Tutsi s were slaughtered by their Hutu neighbors Hatzfield, a French reporter, has published a trilogy on the survivors and the murderers The Antelope Strategy in the final installment Hatzfield has returned to Rwanda after the government has released a number of Hutu s after serving only seven years in prison as part of a reconciliation plan Since the Tutsi s are herdsman and the Hutu s are farmers the country was suffering from a lack of food In its wisdom, the government s strategy is to release Hutu prisoners and return them to the fields This means, however, they will live side by side with the survivors who watched the returning Hutu s who killed their entire family, in some cases, have the opportunity to lead a normal life when they themselves will never again do the same Even though the returning prisoners are mandated to go through a renunciation camp and repercussions are threatened to both sides, the reconciliation plan causes a great deal of stress within the Rwandan communities In my opinion this was the weakest work of the three While there are some interesting aspects to the book it is merely an extension of the two previous books Hatzfield has reunited with characters from those works, retelling their stories to a degree and providing an update on where they are today With the exception of the story of a Hutu Tutsi marriage near the conclusion of the book, there is little in the way of how the two groups are interacting with each other or the impacts of the prisoners release on the survivors Further, Hatzfield alludes several times to the French role in the genocide but never goes into deep analysis I would recommend people read Life Lade Bare and Machete Season but skip this one


  4. Emmkay Emmkay says:

    I had not realized that this was the third of a series of oral histories related to the Rwandan genocide Hatzfeld has also written an oral history based on accounts by survivors in the same region, and one based on accounts by the killers in the same region, given while they were imprisoned I d be very interested in reading those accounts as well This volume focuses on the period of time, seven years after the genocide, when the killers, who had thought they would be imprisoned for life, are I had not realized that this was the third of a series of oral histories related to the Rwandan genocide Hatzfeld has also written an oral history based on accounts by survivors in the same region, and one based on accounts by the killers in the same region, given while they were imprisoned I d be very interested in reading those accounts as well This volume focuses on the period of time, seven years after the genocide, when the killers, who had thought they would be imprisoned for life, are released back into the community, to live side by side with those whom they had hunted It s primarily a collection of oral accounts, organized by theme, and connected by the author s thoughts Such a valuable and thought provoking read, that really probes the role and limits of reconciliation


  5. Shane Shane says:

    I have mixed feelings about this anthology of interviews from the Hutus who performed genocide in Rwanda and the Tutsis who survived it On the one hand the interview material is well presented and fascinating, documenting the attempted reconciliation following a mass release of nearly all of the Hutus involved in the genocide from prison into an uncomfortable coexistence On the other, the author makes broad statements, such as those about Africa alluding to an entire continent through a si I have mixed feelings about this anthology of interviews from the Hutus who performed genocide in Rwanda and the Tutsis who survived it On the one hand the interview material is well presented and fascinating, documenting the attempted reconciliation following a mass release of nearly all of the Hutus involved in the genocide from prison into an uncomfortable coexistence On the other, the author makes broad statements, such as those about Africa alluding to an entire continent through a single country s history , and seems to miss out on many of the important cultural and social points that are apparent in the interviews the adjustment of attitudes of the guilty the repeated importance of reconciliation by all sides the foreign involvement that helped to cause this atrocity As a documentation of characters and interviews this is worth a read, but as a literary exploration it becomes disappointing, particularly in the later chapters


  6. Lakshmi Lakshmi says:

    Needless to say this last book from Hatzfeld on the Rwandan genocide made me cringe, wonder and be depressed about human depravity By this book, the author has given up the pretense of wanting to be impartial and candidly admits his disgust at having to interact with the killers He does however maintain this professional equanimity through the book.It did also make me question some elements of the current policy of reconciliation While, it is admirable that Rwanda is trying to put a stop to w Needless to say this last book from Hatzfeld on the Rwandan genocide made me cringe, wonder and be depressed about human depravity By this book, the author has given up the pretense of wanting to be impartial and candidly admits his disgust at having to interact with the killers He does however maintain this professional equanimity through the book.It did also make me question some elements of the current policy of reconciliation While, it is admirable that Rwanda is trying to put a stop to what would otherwise be an endless cycle of violent retribution It feels like it is coming at an enormous cost to the survivors.However, how else can you end this violence Who pays the price for the country to move on and re build Are there acceptable solutions because there are no easy answers


  7. Shivanee Ramlochan Shivanee Ramlochan says:

    Recommended by Almah Rice.


  8. Davehbo Davehbo says:

    Very interesting learning experience about the genocide in Rwanda.


  9. Dave Dave says:

    Outstanding told in the voices of the survivors and the genocidaires returning from prison after the gacaca process very poignant, very eloquent, well worth reading


  10. Nmdb22 Nmdb22 says:

    Outstanding told in the voices of the survivors and the genocidaires returning from prison after the gacaca process very poignant, very eloquent, well worth reading


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