The Rwandan genocide is a terrible, international tragedy that America is helping to solve by feeling really bad about it and hoping that someone will do something soon.
It is all Bill Clinton's fault.
If I recall correctly there was a plane crash, or something and then people killed each other. Nick Nolte drove to a hotel, where Don Cheadle gave away wine like it was water from the pool. Oh, and National Geographic women were actually scooping water from the pool that Don Cheadle worked at and washed their clothes with it. Johnny Cash was there too, picking up black chicks at the bar, but he couldn't tell the difference between Hutu and Tutsi chicks, so he went back to his room with his cameraman.
People lived in the hotel and didn't pay their bills.
And France had a fax machine.
But, it had nothing to do with Rwanda's Rush Limbaugh.
Don Cheadle got back together with his wife and kids and Nick Nolte saved all the white people on a bus. Don't you just love a happy ending?
The Question of "Genocide"Edit
Since there was no sequel made, only a TV movie (on Showtime, no less, but at least it wasn't Lifetime) the free market has spoken: there was no genocide.