Understanding GLR history will help solve problems

I have attempted against all odds to dig into Great Lakes region history in order to understand why instability is endemic. Why is this region (Eastern DRC, Burundi, Rwanda and Uganda) permanently unstable? Western DRC, Kenya and Tanzania are part of the Great Lakes Region (GLR), yet they are relatively stable. What distinguishes the latter group from the former is that in the former we have minority Nilotic Tutsi that have insisted on dominating Bantu through military force, political intrigue and dispossession.

Because some commentators still question my motive, let me once again tell you what has guided my work part of it summarized below. Those who disagree with my research findings about ethnic conflicts in the Great Lakes region should debate me as someone suggested. I am interested in history and getting to the root cause of the problem. For easy reference, below is what has guided me.