Thursday, September 07, 2006

Arabs Give Consent to Continue Genocide.

The Sudanese government announced Thursday that it had won the support of all the other Arab states for its position on the Darfur issue.

The remarks were made by Sudanese State Minister for Foreign Affairs Ali Ahmed Karti, who is currently in Cairo to take part in a foreign ministers meeting of the Arab League, reported the Sudanese News Agency.

Karti was quoted as saying that there was an Arab unanimous stance crystallized in the Arab foreign ministers meeting to reject any foreign intervention in Darfur without consent of the Sudanese government.

The meeting had taken specific decisions to support Sudan politically and materially to face the situation in Darfur, he added.

Ominously, the Khartoum government is preparing a new, massive military deployment, ostensibly to put down rebel forces before any U.N. peacekeepers arrive. But Khartoum's tactics have not been those of counter-insurgency, or even total war. They have been the tactics of genocide.

A recent Amnesty International report describes "indiscriminate and disproportionate bombings on civilians and how the Janjaweed, government militias operating alongside the Sudanese army, target exclusively civilians. In such attacks, civilians are usually killed, injured, raped, abducted or forcibly displaced." If ever there was time to intervene, it is now, before this offensive against Darfuris takes place.

This fits with Khartoum's strategy of making only the vaguest gestures toward diplomacy. Doing so keeps Bolton's recent reference to Chapter 7 of the U.N. Charter--the invocation of which would allow U.N. peacekeepers in Sudan to use force against genocidaires to protect civilians and seize weapons--an empty threat for now.

The Sudanese government knows that, despite years of talk, there has been no action yet; its strategy of obstruction has worked.

Yet, as UN Secretary-General Kofi Annan pointed out "when it comes to laws ... we are blessed with what amounts to an international bill of human rights, among which are impressive norms to protect the weakest among us, including victims of conflict and persecution."


uh-huh...

Sounds a lot like BS to me. The international community, led by the United Nations makes heroic proclamations while genocide led by Arabs/Muslims continues to take place in plain view of the world. Why bother with passing resolutions that will never be enforced?
This is why countries such as Iran laugh at UN resolutions. Under the leadership of
Secretary-General Kofi Annan, the UN has lost all credibility. Resolution after resolution is passed without any consequences for noncompliance.

19 Comments:

At 2:40 PM, Blogger WomanHonorThyself said...

hiya AC..dont u know when A-rabs commit genocide its not even a blip on the screen..but when Israel inadvertently harms a civilian its front page news!

 
At 3:52 PM, Blogger MissingLink said...

Crusader,
I'd think (and correct meif I am wrong) there is a small chance you might've posted the same thing twice. ;-)

Sudan is one of those places where people could never ever govern themselves at all.
Some attempted to rule it (like these days).
No one wants to touch it because it would be a 20 year project.

1. Large Occupation force would have to move in (there wouldn't be any serious military opposition to speak of).
2. Smaller occupational zones would have to be created with borders and checkpoints.
3. Prior to the whole operation an economic model for the country would have to be worked out (not like in Iraq).
4. Tough occupation laws introduced
a.curfew - those spotted after hourse -shot at once.
b. all weapons surrendered (those spotted with a weapon - shot at one).
c. Borders sealed (as much as they could be).
5. all major projects carried by companies from the occupying country (no phony local subcontractors) using local labor (training on the job programmes).
6. Land reform (real one) and land property laws put in place (protection of private property and the right to buy and sell).
7. absolute destruction of tribal hearding of animals (main reason for soil degradation).
8. Gradual elemination of Islam as a religion.
a. providing opportunities for various missions to be established and provided with military protection.
b. no governtment funding for Islamic institutions.
c. no monies from outside allowed to sponsor Islamic institutions
(needless to say that without point 8 implemented all hard work and effort would be a waste of time).

9. etc. ect. etc

Any volunteers???

 
At 3:58 PM, Blogger MissingLink said...

PS.
Secretary-General Kofi Annan, the UN has lost all credibility

This bastard should be court-martialed and prompty executed.

Sorry if I appear a tad too harsh.

 
At 4:23 PM, Blogger Obob said...

what I love is, these are Black African Christians being exterminated by the Arab African Muslims. You will not hear that from the MSM. You will not hear that from the celebrities. It is the latent racism of the Left rearing its most hideous head.

 
At 7:26 PM, Blogger Obob said...

before my comment is misconstrued, I do not mean I am happy about the genocide of the Black Christians, more or a less a sarcastic comment about the general apathy of the press and its lack of honesty on the true butchers

 
At 6:23 AM, Blogger American Crusader said...

felis...I have posted similar blogs on this subject several times. The situation in Sudan is particularly bothersome to me for many of the reasons that OBOB pointed out.
I don't recycle posts... The hypocrisy of the United Nations, the MSM, and the Western World astounds me.
The Arab/Islamic world continues its policy of submit or die and we do nothing. Women have had their breast cut off so that they cannot feed their young and The Secretary General makes grand proclamations that every Arab/Islamic country knows is nothing but hot air. Although I have supported our war in Iraq, we have failed in our obligation to be world leaders.
One has to wonder that if Sudan predominantly white and had the oil reserves of Iraq, would we have allowed this genocide to continue. Leaving these obligations to the United Nations is the same as doing nothing.

 
At 6:26 AM, Blogger American Crusader said...

Angel..you make excellent points. Israel is condemned MORE for accidentally killing civilians in response to being attacked then Hezbollah is for PURPOSELY targeting civilians.
Go figure...
Why does it seem the media is made up of dhimmis and morons?

 
At 8:23 AM, Anonymous Purple Avenger said...

One has to wonder that if Sudan predominantly white and had the oil reserves of Iraq

Sudan has huge oil reserves. That is the reason for the Darfur thing. The blacks in the south are sitting on them, not the arabs in the north.

The MSM just talks about the body count. They conveniently ignore the French/PRC connection, and John Garang's astoundingly convenient death in an "accident".

 
At 10:43 AM, Blogger Gayle said...

Well, I absolutely hate to say this, but I agree with Iran on something! (Ewwwwww!)

I agree with Iran laughing at UN resolutions. I laugh at them as well! They mean absolutely nothing and it's been proven over and over again.

I still think we should pull out of the UN, send them packing and use the building for something worthwhile.

Perhaps build a Wal Mart there... that would really piss off the libs!

 
At 11:20 AM, Blogger American Crusader said...

Purple Avenger you make a good point about Sudan's oil reserves.
Sudan has proven oil reserves of 1.6 billion bbl. This seems like a lot but when you consider that the United States uses over 5.5 billion bbls every year you see that this isn't that great of an amount.
Saudi Arabia has 271 billion while Canada has 178 billion bbl.
Sudan is not even in the top 20. Iraq has 115 billion which helps explain our presence. Even the United States has over 25 billion bbls.
The Top 20
Greatest Oil Reserves by Country, 2006
Rank Country Proved reserves
(billion barrels)
1. Saudi Arabia 264.3
2. Canada 178.8
3. Iran 132.5
4. Iraq 115.0
5. Kuwait 101.5
6. United Arab Emirates 97.8
7. Venezuela 79.7
8. Russia 60.0
9. Libya 39.1
10. Nigeria 35.9
11. United States 21.4
12. China 18.3
13. Qatar 15.2
14. Mexico 12.9
15. Algeria 11.4
16. Brazil 11.2
17. Kazakhstan 9.0
18. Norway 7.7
19. Azerbaijan 7.0
20. India 5.8

Top 20 countries 90.2
Rest of world 68.1
World total 1,292.5

 
At 12:19 PM, Blogger benning said...

The U.N. remains a toothless tiger, full of hot air, diseased beyond anyone's ability to cure it. Time to end the fantasy. Close the damn thing down, boot the anti-American, freedom-hating jerks out, and build a nice waterfront park there.

Sudan has been in turmoil since the 1960s. Darfur is perhaps the longest-running rebellion in the Sudanese history. I have no answers. But MissingLink's ideas might be the only answer.

 
At 1:32 PM, Blogger Brooke said...

The situation in Darfur is inexcusable, and Kofi ought to be held criminally responsible for it. He turns his head while the UN commits Mafioso money laundering, rape and abuse of those they are supposed to protect.... *scream*

 
At 1:58 PM, Blogger MissingLink said...

Crusader,
felis...I have posted similar blogs on this subject several times

I didn't mean that.
I saw the same item posted twice by mistake, on (now the secomd one is gone)
Just trying to be funny!! Sorry.

 
At 2:18 PM, Blogger MissingLink said...

PS
I am as focused on this part of the world as you are AC.
Belive me I understand why you always go back into these parts (in your posts).

 
At 4:28 PM, Blogger American Crusader said...

felis...I was correcting a spelling mistake and accidentally posted
twice. You must have visited when I was going back and deleting the original...haha.
My mistake.

 
At 5:00 PM, Blogger MissingLink said...

Crusader,
I knew it was something like that.
;-)

 
At 6:59 AM, Blogger Obob said...

this is why I named my fanatsy football team, the UN is a farce. This is why I'll be glad when Jim Morris no longer heads the WFP. It's a shame one of classiest and respectful men you may ever meet is associated with the bums.

 
At 9:49 AM, Blogger Elmer's Brother said...

Kofi Annan couldn't find his way out of a paper bag let alone point to Darfur on a map.

 
At 5:44 AM, Blogger Always On Watch said...

Crusader,
Purple Avenger has it exactly right, IMO:

Sudan has huge oil reserves. That is the reason for the Darfur thing. The blacks in the south are sitting on them, not the arabs in the north.

Also, Africa is the next "front" for Al-Qaeda. Oil there can be sold to fund even more terrorism, and terrorists are always searching for funds.

Latin America is also undergoing a change with the influx of Muslims.

About the UN....Useless except to further causes which annihilate others.

 

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