Sunday, April 30, 2006

Sudan: Zionists and Imperialists in thru the Darfur door

The Break up of Arab states:

"The Arab world, together with the Arab League, was late in supporting Sudan against this aggressive onslaught at a time when the Zionist groups and their influential centres and organizations in the world worked hard to achieve their strategic aims over the years. Africa has recently become aware of the aims of this scheme, which adversely affects regional security. It adopted decisions which made the restoration of security and stability in Darfur an African responsibility. It decided that the issue of Darfur should be dealt with through African mechanisms and within an African framework.
But the influential international forces employed large pressures on Africa and took the initiative away from it. They considered themselves the only side to diagnose the ailment and prescribe the medicine."

"The organizations are managed by Zionist circles that want to penetrate into Sudan through the Darfur gate after failing to do so through Southern Sudan. Those Zionist Israeli organizations found fertile soils for their objectives in the Darfur rebels. Israel had therefore entered Darfur and provided training for rebels and supported them through armament and finance to execute its policy in the Horn of Africa."

"It appears that the latest UN Security Council resolutions have placed Darfur entirely under international tutelage, whether the Sudanese parties like it or not. Darfur is on the verge of becoming an American-French protectorate – run from behind the scenes by the hidden hands of “Israel,” which has opened offices for itself in the refugee camps in Chad, and whose cabinet held a special session solely to deal with a discussion of the Darfur crisis. All this is going on at a time when many people in the Arab world are just now wondering, “where is that Darfur place, anyway?”

"People who are skeptical about zionist regional designs should read the extensive literature written by Israeli generals and political leaders. A good place to start is Oded Yinon's "A Strategy for Israel in the Nineteen Eighties." It sketches out a plan for breaking up "the Arab Moslem world" into small ethnic states that will be weak and therefore incapable of resisting Israel and Israeli regional dominance."

"Searching on the Darfur charade and found this on the ADL terrorist organization’s website under “anti-Semitic” news:
"…Men and women from the Darfur area participated in these demonstrations (against UN resolution 1593). They announced that the attack against them came by incitement of America and participation of Israel, which granted weapons and financial support to men who came from outside Sudan's land to attack the Darfur area, in order to accomplish two goals: the first is to steal the abundant uranium in Darfur by America, and the second is to split up Sudan so this will be the beginning of the road towards making the Arab countries minimal for Israel's interest, whom America endeavors to make gigantic in preparation for its role in the area of the big Middle East…"

"Further east, the USA, supported by the German marines, have already planted themselves in Djibouti. Eritrea is also considered pro-American and, still further, an Israeli base on the continent. Israel is, for obvious reasons, always ready when it's a question of destabilizing an Arab country. The relationships between the USA and the regimes in Uganda, Kenya, Ethiopia, Eritrea, Chad and also Egypt are quite close. All that's missing in making the chain complete from the Atlantic to the Red Sea or Indian Ocean is Sudan."

"According to a book published by the Dayan Institute for Middle East and Africa Studies called "Israel and the Sudanese Liberation Movement", Israel adopted a strategy which they called 'pulling the limbs then cutting them off'. What this policy entailed was the building of bridges with minority groups, pulling them out of the nationalist context and then 'encouraging'
them to separate.

"Tel Aviv hoped that this strategy would inevitably weaken the Arab world, break it down and threaten its interests at the same time. In order for this strategy to work, Mossad agents opened lines of communication and connections with the Kurds in Iraq, Maronites in
Lebanon and Southerners in Sudan."

What better way to break up arab states than by turning off their water because "Without the waters of the Nile River, Egypt would cease to exist"

So no big suprise Donald Rumsfeilds old firm ABB is contracting on a dam in Sudan.

"The Sudan commitment of the ABB is guessed/advised also by five US-American pension funds, which hold ABB shares, under pressure: They do not want to be brought with activities or violations of human rights of terror in connection. The institutional investors, under it the largest public US-American pension fund Calpers, announced, to repel their participation should ABB further in the Sudan remain active. According to ABB speaker tungsten Eberhard has the enterprise thereupon Amnesty international contacted and the advice gotten to remain in the country to be careful and the dialogue with local groups of interests search. The representatives of IRN and Eawag do not want to exclude that depending upon situation also large-scale projects can be meaningful. "one must prevent however in any case to repeat old errors and in Africa there is unfortunately more failed than successful dam projects", says Bernhard Wehrli. "important would be to clarify first together with the local concerning which for a project is meaningful. But actually it runs at present in such a way that large-scale projects are from the outset set and are realized by governments and investors nearly at any price."

Energy: Oil and uranium

"So why has Colin Powell and George Bush heightened the anti-Sudan and anti-Islam rhetoric at a time when there seems to be a marked improvement? One need only scratch the surface of Sudan to find out why Powell was sent over to Africa to "care" about her. The same BBC reported that the unrest in Sudan is entirely due to the vast oil deposits in that country's southern region and that the race to extract it is driving all of Sudan's conflicts. Correspondent Andrew Harding reported that "48 villages were burned in just one new oil concession last year."


"In the post office-colonial state the Sudan changed this relationship however fundamentally. In particular of the NIF controlled government in Khartum weakened the traditional master leaders purposefully and gave parts of their Laendereien to Arab Nomadenstaemme. The traditional competition of farmers and cattle breeders around the soil had been intensified clearly in the region in the course of the Sahel sahel-Duerre and progressing of the Sahara to the south for the 70's."

Anti zionism and Old history:

Both the lebanese resistance movement hezbolla and the Hamas islamic resistance movement are said to have found support from the sudanese. Also zionists wont forget that during the jewish terror gangs rampages in palestine in 1948, Sudanese fighters came to the aid of the local population. The SLA is believed to have trained along with Israeli forces at otis airforce base in Massachussests USA

Hoax Humanitarianism:

"I want to make clear that behind this information war are two resource wars. The first, smaller war is the war for good pasture and farmland in drought-prone Darfur. Actors in the larger war exploit the smaller war in a scramble for competitive oil prices and related profits – by means of weapons dealing and oil extraction from the Muglad Basin which extends across Sudan, under Darfur, to join the Doba basin of Chad. "

"The actors in the information war and the oil war defer most of the cost of their war onto the farmers and animal herders of Sudan, at the same time as they silence the voices of these poor people through controlling the stories of the conflict. The Government of Sudan justified each historic incident as a response to an insurgency, or what first-world countries call terrorism. Darfur fits the pattern, with limited rebel attacks on government installations in 2003 preceding the brutal land-clearing. "

"The US is no stranger to this divide and displace strategy, having funded and armed similar land-clearing and market-protection offenses in Columbia and Nigeria for oil, in the West Bank in Palestine for water and farmland, and over the last 500 years in North America for control of coal, gold, uranium, real estate value, and farmland."

"The Friday, April 6, 2001 edition of the Washington Times carried a story about Washington area Jewish community groups distributing reading material to their members regarding the slavery and religious persecution of Christian and animist minorities in Sudan. "African Oil: A Priority for U.S. National Security and African Development." Both the hearing and the paper concentrated a great deal of attention on "human rights abuses" and the "undemocratic regime in Sudan." The paper uses similar language about Venezuela, and emphasizes the need for US intervention against all such developments globally."

divestment and the Palestine solidarity movement:

"Zionism and slavery in the Sudan, this campaign directly seeks to destabilize Palestine solidarity and the call for divestment from Israel."

"Jewish groups face resistance on Sudan" (1 year old article)

anti slavery:

"Jews Try "Anti-Slavery", A Jewish group calling itself the American Anti-Slavery Group has focussed its attention on an alleged trade in Black slaves in Africa. Better late than never, even if they are tardy by a century-and-a-half. This Massachusetts-based "organization," consisting of one Charles Jacobs, a stack of stationery, a fax machine, and the combined power of the Jewish press, call themselves "new abolitionists." While their efforts have freed not a single "slave," they still have time to perform their true function"

Saving sudan from slavery is a novel idea since the people there were "the first successful rebellion movement of the third world against western colonialism in the Rebellion of the Mahdi from 1881 to 1898,"


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