Sunday, May 21, 2006

Zionist rain of death on Sudan

The Israeli and worldwide Zionist movement doesn't like the current government in Sudan. Sudan is one of the 'periphery' states of non-Arab Muslims, like Turkey and Iran, particularly targeted by Israeli geopolitical theoreticians, but has a government that is too strongly Islamist for Zionist tastes. Israel has in fact been accused of providing arms to rebels against the central government. The current campaign to attack Sudan under the guise of protecting the people of Darfur is another manifestation of Zionist attempts to create 'regime change' in Sudan. Examples:

  1. Protests in the United States have been led by an outfit called 'Save Darfur', described by the Jerusalem Post:

    "Little known, however, is that the coalition, which has presented itself as 'an alliance of over 130 diverse faith-based, humanitarian, and human rights organization' was actually begun exclusively as an initiative of the American Jewish community.

    And even now, days before the rally, that coalition is heavily weighted with a politically and religiously diverse collection of local and national Jewish groups.

    A collection of local Jewish bodies, including the Jewish Community Center in Manhattan, United Jewish Communities, UJA-Federation of New York and the Jewish Council for Public Affairs, sponsored the largest and most expensive ad for the rally, a full-page in The New York Times on April 15."


    "Besides the Jewish origins and character of the rally - a fact the organizers consistently played down in conversations with The Jerusalem Post - the other striking aspect of the coalition is the noted absence of major African-American groups like the NAACP or the larger Africa lobby groups like Africa Action. When asked to comment, representatives of both groups insisted they were publicizing the rally but had not become part of the coalition or signed the Unity Statement declaring Save Darfur's objectives."

    We are being told this because the Jerusalem Post is proud of the fact that Jews are behind the rallies.

  2. The relatively small rallies to kill the people of Sudan under the guise of saving Darfur were held on the same day as the much larger anti-war rallies to protest the American attack on Iraq. Coincidence? Needless to say, the disgusting American media gave full coverage to the Darfur rallies, and used that to avoid (or here) covering (or here) the anti-war rallies.

  3. 'Uncle Tom' James Zogby attended, with an apology noting the odd composition of the protest groups.

  4. Canadian parliamentarians were given green ribbons in solidarity with the people of Darfur when they debated the issue. Who supplied the ribbons? The Canadian Jewish Congress:

    "CJC distributed the ribbons to members of the House of Commons, Quebec's National Assembly and the legislatures of British Columbia and Ontario to wear on Yom Hashoah to draw a connection between the Holocaust and the current Darfur crisis."

    More trivialization of the Holocaust in aid of current Israeli fancies. The Darfur rally in Toronto was organized by "Project Equity, an effort of five young Jewish students".

Insanity is doing the same thing, over and over, expecting a different result. I am completely baffled why the 'left' thinks that repeating the Iraq adventure in Sudan will result in a miraculous improvement in the lives of the people of Sudan or the people of Darfur. Just as baffling is how sanctions, which killed hundreds of thousands of Iraqi children, will help the people of Sudan or the people of Darfur. Exactly like the attack on Iraq, and efforts to foment an attack on innocent civilians in Iran, the proposed attack on the people of Sudan is just another in a line of Zionist attempts - both Christian and Jewish Zionists, by the way, and the Christian ones have an explicitly evangelical mandate to convert the 'heathens' - to use American military power to fight the wars of the extreme Israeli right and their 'fair-weather' Christian fruitcake pals.

I've already written about Darfur, and see no reason to change anything I've said. The only people who can work this out are the people of Sudan itself. Hard as it may be for people to believe watching the benign rule of Americans in Iraq, American death squads in Sudan won't help. The hypocrisy of concern for the people of Darfur is exemplified in the fact that, at the same time as all the rallies for violent intervention, the UN announced that it can no longer send regular food rations to the people of Darfur. Why? No money to pay for it. It looks like the people of Darfur are on the same diet plan as Palestinians. After all, if you are going to slaughter people, there is no sense wasting money on feeding them first.