Remember That Genocide In Darfur?: Sudan’s Arab Govt Now Using Chemical Weapons On Civilians

Remember That Genocide In Darfur?: Sudan’s Arab Govt Now Using Chemical Weapons On Civilians

Remember That Genocide In Darfur?: Sudan's Arab Govt Now Using Chemical Weapons On Civilians
Sudan’s Arab minority government is attempting to wipe out the Black population of Sudan.

AFRICANGLOBE – Anew report from Amnesty International accuses the Sudanese government of launching chemical weapons attacks against civilians in the western region of Darfur, causing the deaths of an estimated 200-250 people – and wounding hundreds more – from exposure since January 2016.

“We are certain that the kinds of injuries that we’ve seen and the explanations for what people saw at the source of attack could not be explained simply by the explosive effects” of conventional weapons, said Keith Ward, one of two chemical weapons experts consulted by the human rights group, in a video released with the report.

Victims told the group they saw toxic clouds of smoke emitting from bombs dropped on villages. And in the hours and days after the attacks, many claimed that they suffered from bouts of vomiting and diarrhea, loss of vision, respiratory problems and strange skin conditions, like blistering and rashes.

The experts concluded that the evidence suggested exposure to any of three different types of chemical agents. The use of them in battle would constitute a war crime under international accords to which Sudan is a party.

In a statement, Tirana Hassan, Amnesty’s director of crisis research, called the use of chemical weapons “a new low” from the Sudanese military, long accused of committing war crimes repeatedly during the 13-year civil war.

“The evidence we have gathered is credible and portrays a regime that is intent on directing attacks against the civilian population in Darfur without any fear of international retribution,” she said.

On Thursday, Sudan’s ambassador to the United Nations, Omer Dahab Fadl Mohamed, rejected the allegations. “The allegations of use of chemical weapons by Sudanese Armed Forces is baseless and fabricated,” he told reporters.

The group says it conducted its investigation remotely, since the part of Darfur where the attacks are said to have occurred, known as Jebel Marra, is under opposition control, and the government restricts access for outsiders.

The conflict in Darfur became the object of international public campaigns in the mid-2000s, but has since fallen out of the global spotlight. Little has changed; even Sudan’s president, Omar Hassan al-Bashir, remains in power with an arrest warrant for war crimes outstanding in the International Criminal Court.

“While the attention to these issues has waned over the past decade, unfortunately that dynamic has continued to persist,” says Akshaya Kumar, deputy UN director at Human Rights Watch, in a recent interview.

The fact that the conflict has disappeared from the headlines may have to do with the emergence of other crises, like the one in Syria, or with a sense that the deployment of UN peacekeepers was enough, or even with fatigue after 13 long years of conflict, say researchers. But it also corresponds to the differing priorities of the two American presidencies that the civil war has spanned.

The Bush administration was partly responsible for exciting international calls for an end to the conflict, having accused Sudan’s government of genocide.

That label, some analysts argued, reflected the administration’s preoccupation with Islamist terrorism, perhaps to the extent of prejudicing it: the indigenous opposition in Darfur, they said, was responsible for atrocities, too, not just the Arab-majority government. Nor were those atrocities necessarily motivated by ethnic hatred.

One 2009 op-ed from Monitor argued that international pressuring of governments to act may not have always had a positive outcome:

From 2006 until 2008, when the Save Darfur Coalition and many other groups began to pressure the government, the allocation of US funds shifted dramatically from humanitarian aid to peacekeeping, presumably due to the influence of the lobbyists and public pressure campaigns.

Of the $2.01 billion that was spent, $1.03 billion (51.3 percent) was spent on humanitarian aid, while $980 million (48.7 percent) was spent on funding peacekeeping missions, a significant shift toward peacekeeping.

In the end, these proportional changes were problematic because, as many casualty surveys show,the number of people who were “killed” in Darfur declined significantly after the April 8 cease-fire of 2004, while the rate of those who were dying of disease and malnutrition remained high.

Had the Darfur activists not advocated for a reallocation of funds, more lives would probably have been saved….

Instead of focusing on military intervention or the punishment of only one participant in the conflict (the Sudanese government), efforts should be directed toward funding the peacemaking process and the safe return of more than 2 million displaced refugees.

The Obama administration has made clear that it intends to narrow the military commitments of the United States. And as the conflict in Syria looks unlikely to end in a peace that resembles the administration’s initial demands – including the resignation of Syria’s president following the use of chemical weapons there –the impunity with which the Syrian regime has acted up to now might be encouraging the Sudanese government, says Ms. Kumar.

“The vacuum in Syria has emboldened them,” she told reporters.

“It’s about what the international community has not been able to do in reaction to breaches of … international prohibitions against chemical weapons.”

 

By: David Iaconangelo

Sudanese Government Using Chemical Weapons In Darfur

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"I'm just trying to make a way out of no way, for my people" -Modejeska Monteith Simpkins

 

AFRICAN AMERICA IS AT WAR

THERE IS A RACE WAR ON AFRICAN AMERICA

THERE IS A RACE WAR ON AFRICAN AMERICANS

THERE IS A RACE WAR ON BLACK PEOPLE IN AMERICA

AMERICA'S RACISTS HAVE INFILTRATED AMERICAN POLICE FORCES TO WAGE A RACE WAR AGAINST BLACK PEOPLE IN AMERICA

THE BLACK RACE IS AT WAR

FIRST WORLD WAR:  THE APPROXIMATELY 6,000 YEAR WORLD WAR ON AFRICA AND THE BLACK RACE

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Genocide, the lowest moral threshold imaginable, is approved by the US and all nations on planet Earth.  It’s called - doing nothing - unless a dollar can be made or a power/money position be secured.   Money comes before human beings. That’s government by and for the powerful. I met some survivors from Sudan.   It was heartbreaking.  Those who have the gold rule. Governments plainly don’t care about genocide.  Not even a little. They don’t act. There was little support from the lost public too, black or white.

DennisKalita posted:

Genocide, the lowest moral threshold imaginable, is approved by the US and all nations on planet Earth.  It’s called - doing nothing - unless a dollar can be made or a power/money position be secured.   Money comes before human beings. That’s government by and for the powerful. I met some survivors from Sudan.   It was heartbreaking.  Those who have the gold rule. Governments plainly don’t care about genocide.  Not even a little. They don’t act. There was little support from the lost public too, black or white.

It is very calculated and intentional that the Black race is kept to busy fighting battles all over the globe and in Africa, that one group doesn't know about or cannot help the other.

What makes it even worse, is the fact that most African "leaders" are nothing but Arab or European/Western puppets who sell their own people into virtual Hell everyday for pennies on the dollar and a 'pat on the head' from their Arab or European/Western "masters".

Look at even how America's first Black president sits silently on this issue, all while knowing that even some diplomacy on his part on behalf of the Sudanese people could go a long way, or that even the threat of American intervention would spare the lives of helpless Sudanese children, mothers, men and women.

I have yet to meet any Sudanese; so far, I've only known West Africans and Africans from countries like Somalia, Ethiopia, Kenya, and Liberia, but I have read so many of the Sudanese's stories of all the horrors they have suffered and the CRIMES AGAINST HUMANITY committed against them.  

If the Black race does not WAKE-THE-"F"-UP soon, real soon, Africa is going to be divvied up between the "White" Arabs [again], the Chinese and the[RACIST] United States.

 

 

 

  Wow!  Children?  Really?  What focking BULLIES!!!!  There is absolutely no  justification for this.  None.  Real men fight face to face and they DON'T include children.  Why it is that whenever there is conflict....women and children suffer?  When I watched the clip, I noticed an Arab in all white.  What is his role in this?  Is he influencing the president to destroy BLACK children....ah ethnic cleansing?  What have these children done to these men where they would deliberately target them?  Am I truly loss for words.  And as this continues, European/Asian nations turn their heads as they proceed with business as usual of making MONEY.  Which to me is testimony of how really savage and barbaric those in power really are.  We have to more than just cry for Africa.   But!

sunnubian posted:
DennisKalita posted:

Genocide, the lowest moral threshold imaginable, is approved by the US and all nations on planet Earth.  It’s called - doing nothing - unless a dollar can be made or a power/money position be secured.   Money comes before human beings. That’s government by and for the powerful. I met some survivors from Sudan.   It was heartbreaking.  Those who have the gold rule. Governments plainly don’t care about genocide.  Not even a little. They don’t act. There was little support from the lost public too, black or white.

It is very calculated and intentional that the Black race is kept to busy fighting battles all over the globe and in Africa, that one group doesn't know about or cannot help the other.

What makes it even worse, is the fact that most African "leaders" are nothing but Arab or European/Western puppets who sell their own people into virtual Hell everyday for pennies on the dollar and a 'pat on the head' from their Arab or European/Western "masters".

Look at even how America's first Black president sits silently on this issue, all while knowing that even some diplomacy on his part on behalf of the Sudanese people could go a long way, or that even the threat of American intervention would spare the lives of helpless Sudanese children, mothers, men and women.

I have yet to meet any Sudanese; so far, I've only known West Africans and Africans from countries like Somalia, Ethiopia, Kenya, and Liberia, but I have read so many of the Sudanese's stories of all the horrors they have suffered and the CRIMES AGAINST HUMANITY committed against them.  

If the Black race does not WAKE-THE-"F"-UP soon, real soon, Africa is going to be divvied up between the "White" Arabs [again], the Chinese and the[RACIST] United States.

 

 

 

RAW POWER of the 1% AND THE 0 .01%  

We need to look power in the eye. See the rigging.At least, recognize it: the beast.

One flim-flam diplomatic reason given not to intervene in Sudan was that the US was already putting strong pressure on the Arabs and it would be unwise to increase pressure in a volatile situation. It was said in a “diplomatic“ way.

Otherwise it would simply be said, “Fuck you, die! We’re allowing you to be raped and killed. We don’t want to upset any Arabs. Your life is shit, die for nothing, motherfuckers! DIE!!!”  That’s the message for those who hear the truth of bestial ape life on Earth. Genocide Allowed!

666 referred to Julius August Caesar (count the letters). 666 likewise refers to the State of which all are variously police states in a world where we’re so lost we need protection from one another.

No one’s life is worth shit compared with the interests of the global rulers. We should be clear. Genocide, starvation, criminal madness, slavery, mass migrations, suffering and death are the day-in day-out price that the 99% pay for the privileges of the 1% across the ape planet. That is how it works. That IS the system. That’s the price we differently pay for the comforts of types from Saddam Hussein to measly Trump who have real gold handles on their bathroom fixtures.  The price is in blood not dollars.

The top rulers know they must be willing to incinerate babies – and they do. War does that.  They all do that.  War is the evil business of the State. No sage or God-illuminated prophet says to kill. State religions do not speak for spirit, only for the State. The innocent rage and weep. Greed nets most.     

We’re not supposed to say “class war”.   However, no revolutionary politics will work because the “superior” ape is not evolved.  It continually resorts to greed and violence.

“Superior” means “I can kill you.”

The “superior” ape is epitomized by the German concentration camps in Namibia during the German genocide of the Namaqua and Herero people from 1904-1908. The “superior” ape deemed itself “superior” after exporting the severed heads of Africans back to Germany. These heads were examined by German “experts” who concluded that they, the Germans, were “superior.”  “Superior” means, I can kill you better than you can kill me.

“Evolved” means “I respect you.”

Chopping off people’s heads to be investigated by experts – whoever the hell they are….is… is…. IS CRIMINAL INSANITY, SOULLESSNESS.  

To survive, the ape needs to move from “superior” to evolved”, from blind animal greed to understanding that our survival depends on STOPPING MUTUAL PREDATION and beginning to COOPERATE.

IMHO, of course! One way to do that is to work with 2-3 other people who are disciplined enough not to succumb to ego and greed and start a business doing something beneficial and profitable. That is Cooperation 101. We can globally connect with people anywhere in the world. One antidote to Globalism is to go global yourself. Do beneficial projects with people locally or anywhere in the world.  For anyone willing to do this, they need to give themselves 10 years to get there.  We need to begin cooperating on a small scale first.

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OF COURSE!

No one one on this planet is superior to another. Two people fucked, a sperm hit an egg, your behind wasn't aborted, miscarried; mother decided to bring our dumb asses forth.  That's not "superiority"; that's LUCK!!!!!

You're living large; got a lot of shit?  Good for you!! Everyone's not so lucky. We're all breathing at the moment; that's a good thing. What we have in this world are a bunch of murderers and killers who parade around in a heap of uniforms and suits, who don't care whether you're alive or dead as long as their pockets are filled with cash all the while looking like a bunch of corpses themselves. Most of the world's populace votes these assholes in some kind of office or another; then they send you off to do their murdering under the name of military, ISIS, gangs, Chiraq, Bloods, Crips, Boko Haram, King This, Queen That, Officer YT; Officer Blackie. Most of these fuckers are just worrying about where they're going to get their next lay, with whom, body opening optional, anyone's sexual production will do; how much money they're going to make; how many millions, thousands, hundreds, dozens, singles, have to die for them to make the dough.

They'll die eventually, but they're going to send a whole heap of people to their graves, before they're thrown into their own. That's usually what voting does:  Choose your millionaire/billionaire murderer Leader; because that's what you're going to be doing when they send your dumb ass off to their conjured-up war against this color or that color or no color of fellow humans. It's a game played in life to see how long you're able to continue to breathe before some bastards' sons or daughters take your breath away permanently, all over this entire world. Someone lost their life as I was typing this.

 

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