"WE CAME TO CLEAN DARFUR" - BASHIR'S FINAL SOLUTION - WHILE OBAMA NEGOTIATES WITH A GENOCIDAL REGIME OF KHARTOUM, SUDAN
Sent December 12, 2010
Subject: Civil Rights
Re: Darfur and your administration's failings
Dear Mr. President,
I hope you have read ~ Eric Reeves' November 12, 2010 article ~ The Obama Administration"Decouples" Darfur
Khartoum is given free rein to obtain its "perfect ending" ("Misk al-Khitam")
Here is just a sliver of the article:
One well-informed Darfuri has written to me that “evidence of mobilization in Darfur is everywhere: airports, convoys leaving large cities and towns, heading toward villages in North and West Darfur” (email received November 2, 2010). This source continues: “Many tanks, troops were seen in North Darfur near Kutum, Kornoi, and al-Tina. Additionally, Janjaweed gatherings were seen in the West Darfur areas of el-Geneina and Kulbus.” And further, “Loads of pro-Government of Sudan volunteers landed in Kutum (North Darfur) airport.” When asked who they were and where they were going, one enthusiast replied, “We are mujahideen and the government told us we have to fight the infidels and supporters in Darfur. We came to clean Darfur.” The same source reports that a family member in Nyala has observed a sharp uptick in military flights out of Nyala airport.
President Obama, I apologize for saying this so bluntly, but you have failed to stand for human dignity and human rights regarding the Darfur disaster. The blood will be on your watch. You have a role to play in the wars and genocide to come in the next few months in Sudan. What will your legacy be? It has been extremely poor so far for the Darfuri human beings who share this planet with us.
Eric Reeves article www.sudanreeves.org
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that he has a role to play