The Chamber recalls its finding that towards the end of June 1994, in Gisenyi Prefecture, on the main road between Kivumu and Kayove, Bikindi used a public address system to state that the majority population, the Hutu, should rise up to exterminate the minority, the Tutsi

Simon Bikindi Trial, (2006 – 2008), Judgement

Were I again to have the opportunity to sing, to sing for Rwandans, I would go to the country of a thousand hills so that all Rwandans can hear me. I would climb right up to the highest peaks and once at the pinnacle I would lodge my appeal. I would invite Rwandans, Hutu, Twa and Tutsi alike, I would remind them that the tragic events that occurred in Rwanda have injured the hearts of all of us. I would invite them to sing in unison.

Simon Bikindi Trial, (2006 – 2008), Bikindi Appeals Hearing (sung)

A Voice and Nothing More, Mladen Dolar

“The object “voice” started its career in psychoanalysis on the stage and in the limelight with the work of Lacan.”

Mladen Dolar, A Voice and Nothing More

“The voice is elusive, always changing, becoming, elapsing, with unclear contours.”

Mladen Dolar, A Voice and Nothing More

“The first obvious quality of the voice is that it fades away the moment it is produced”

Plutarch, Laconic Apothegms

“A Locanian having plucked all the feathers off from a nightingale and seeing what a little body it had, surely, quoth he, thou art all voice and nothing else.”