The Tutsi members of the International Association “SurviT-Banguka” have
formally recorded your sworn up to the position of Head of Burundi State,
on 26 August 2005. They have bitterly recorded aggressive and bellicose declarations
of victory made by yours partisans, which suspiciously contrasted with your
speeches, and public statements tinged with national conciliation and the
return to peace. They are in a state of utter confusion since you have put
in place new institutions and particularly when you made public appointment
of your government’s members and your close colleagues. They have serious
concern in relation with this game of pretended balance between ethnic groups
cleverly organised, undoubtedly to delude the opinion of honest citizens
in harbouring false illusions.
The present article aims at refuting a certain number of generally accepted
ideas on the nature of the Burundian conflict.
One’s present the Burundian conflict like an endogenous phenomenon,
an atavistic conflict between two ethnos groups Hutu and Tutsi (of which
one namely Hutu group would have lived formerly in serfdom and who today
would be victim and object of all exclusions) and who dedicate a mutual hatred
A certain literature with neo-colonial relent forged (under the auspices
of the International Christian Democrat) for the needs for a cause the concept
voluntarily degrading of " tutsi minority of Burundi".
The term made fortune as from the moment when taken again, diffused and
amplified by the gutter press, it was in charge of emotional resonance and
negative connotation particularly in political period of crisis and tensions
Beyond the political and institutional crisis in progress since October
19, 1995, Burundi is shaken by a deep identity crisis.
The fact is that the social individuals and groups composing the Burundian
people are afflicted by a crisis with identity. Product of the history, this
crisis of identity is characterized by a major change in the way in which
the Burundians individually perceive their relationship with the various
social groups and position themselves to the Society as whole.