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Congolese Independence Speech

Transcriptions of the speech were later published in multiple print editions, some of which were altered as propaganda to show Lumumba in a better light after his death in At this event, Lumumba gave a further conciliatory speech the same evening, written lumymba him by Eyskens, and drank a toast to Baudouin. Since Lumumba and his party represented only a third of Congolese popular opinion, Van Reybrouck accused Lumumba’s claim to speak for all Congolese people “divisive” and questioned whether it was appropriate given the context: Congo et imagerie populaire” PDF in French.

Retrieved from ” https: Extract from the speech [1].

Long live the independent and sovereign Congo! King Baudouinrepresenting Belgium, gave the first speech in which he praised the “genius” of his ancestor, King Leopold IIwho began the colonisation of the Congo on his own initiative in the s.


The speech begins with Lumumba addressing his speech to the Congolese people and praising independence as the culmination of the struggle of the nationalist movementrather than the result of Belgian concessions. Lumumba blamed Kasa-Vubu and his colleagues for failing to publicly oppose this situation.

Discours de Patrice Lumumba à la Jeunesse Congolaise – LeCongolais

The Congo Crisis, Conflict in the Congo expanded ed. Lumumba’s speech soured the taste of many. Colonial rule in the Congo began in the late 19th century.

University of Wisconsin Press. The service began at 9: Retrieved 26 October The Martyrdom of Patrice Lumumba.

The initial address received a mixed reception within the Congo. With support from a number of Western countries, who viewed Leopold as a useful buffer between rival colonial powers, Leopold achieved international recognition for a personal colony, the Congo Free Statein Like Lumumba, Lahaut was subsequently murdered after he had “claimed all the attention” at the public event.

The Legacy of Patrice Lumumba 1st ed. In his second speech, Lumumba praised Baudouin and stated that “I would not wish my feelings to be wrongly interpreted”. Mbu-Mputu, Norbert X As such, Bakongo refers collectively to members of the Kongo ethnic group. Conflict, Myth, and Reality 2nd ed. Good articles Pages using military navigation subgroups without wide style CS1 French-language sources fr CS1 Dutch-language sources nl Commons category link is on Wikidata Commons category link is on Wikidata using P Historian Jean-Claude Willame argued that the speech was the result of Lumumba’s growing frustration with the process of independence which he believed might represent a purely nominal change lumumbq government with no real effects.


Congolese Independence Speech – Wikipedia

Lumumba’s offensive speech in King’s presence. Emedy speeches were applauded vigorously. De Bok, Marrigje June The Scramble for Africa: The speech was originally delivered in the French language. Marking the Transition Towards a Free Africa. The Rise and Decline of the Zairian State illustrated, reprint ed.

David Van Reybrouck praised the speech as “memorable”, but argued that it damaged Lumumba’s own legacy.