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Dernier message de Lumumba aux Congolais
Posté par Admin le 10/8/2008 16:00:00 (522 lectures)

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Dernier message de Lumumba aux Congolais

Alors qu’il était prisonnier, quelques journalistes parvinrent à interviewer P. Lumumba et à enregistrer son exposé. C’est le dernier message parlé du Premier Ministre, que la firme Italia Canta de Rome a mis sur disque et diffusé sous le titre « Chants du Congo Indépendant » et « Ultimo discorso di P. Lumumba ».


O TESTAMENTO DE LUMUMBA
Posté par Admin le 10/8/2008 15:50:00 (763 lectures)

(Carta escrita na prisão de thysville (Actual Mbanza-Ngungu) à sua mulher Pauline Opangou)       Patrice Emery Lumumba  

Minha querida companheira, escrevo-te estas palavras, sem saber se receberás e se ainda estarei vivo quando as receberes.

Durante toda a minha vida, pela independência do nosso país, nunca duvídamos um instante do triunfo final por causa sagrada a que os meus companheiros e eu consagrámos a nossa vida. Mas o que queríamos para o nosso país, o direito a uma vida honrada, a uma dignidade sem compromissos, a uma independência sem restrições, o colonialismo belga e os seus aliados ocidentais, que encontraram apoio directo nas Nações Unidas, esse organismo em que depositámos toda a nossa confiança uma vez que tinhamos apelado para a sua assistência, nunca o quiseram.

   


Lumumba's Last Letter
Posté par Admin le 10/8/2008 15:40:00 (922 lectures)

Written to His Wife Just Before His Death

Patrice Lumumba under arrest in Dec 1960 Patrice Lumumba under arrest  in December 1960

 

My dear companion,

I write you these words without knowing if they will reach you, when they will reach you, or if I will still be living when you read them. All during the length of my fight for the independence of my country, I have never doubted for a single instant the final triumph of the sacred cause to which my companions and myself have consecrated our lives. But what we wish for our country, its right to an honorable life, to a spotless dignity, to an independence without restrictions, Belgian colonialism and its Western allies-who have found direct and indirect support, deliberate and not deliberate among certain high officials of the United Nations, this organization in which we placed all our confidence when we called for their assistance-have not wished it.


Who Killed Lumumba?
Posté par Admin le 10/8/2008 15:30:00 (931 lectures)

On 17th January 1961, Patrice Lumumba, first and only elected Prime Minister of Congo, was murdered. The circumstances of his death remained a mystery, the identity of his killers unknown.

Now, forty years later, fresh scrutiny of documents held in government vaults and the testimony of those who were there at the time reveal a story of international intrigue and betrayal.

 Lumumba's murder provoked world outrage In 1956, Lumumba was a post office clerk; four years later he would be prime minister. In between he had been an "evolue" - one of Congo's tiny black middle class, a beer salesman and a prisoner, twice - once for embezzlement, though he claimed his motivation was political, and once for his political activities and inciting unrest.


Discours à la cérémonie de l’indépendance congolaise, Léopoldville
Posté par Admin le 10/8/2008 15:00:00 (594 lectures)

Discours à la cérémonie de l’indépendance congolaise, Léopoldville

30 juin 1960

Congolais et Congolaises,

Combattants de l’indépendance aujourd’hui victorieux, Je vous salue au nom du gouvernement congolais, A vous tous, mes amis, qui avez lutté sans relâche à nos côtés, je vous demande de faire de ce 30 juin 1960, une date illustre que vous garderez ineffaçablement gravée dans vos coeurs, une date dont vous enseignerez avec fierté la signification à vos enfants, pour que ceux-ci, à leur tour, fassent connaître à leurs enfants l’histoire glorieuse de notre lutte pour la liberté.


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