There is an emergency situation in the Democratic Republic of Congo: North Kivu has been at fight for two months. Rebels are surrounding Goma. The Blue Helmets Force Commander resigned. The UN Special Representative is calling for more troops and the Europeans are reluctant to intervene militarily. After the Congolese army disband and a new massive displacement of population, time has come for wild fear, bitter critics and definitive statements made by angry and disappointed Congolese but also sometimes relayed by knowledgeable experts and high standard media.