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« Reply #10 on: July 26, 2008, 10:22:45 PM »
hey...we needed bush...and he has done a fantastic job of flexing and establishing USA muscle...

we are not isolationists anymore...we have taken the fight to the "islamist crescenting guerrillas."
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« Reply #11 on: July 26, 2008, 10:23:33 PM »
michael moore...now ineffectual...treasury dept. problems... next movie will flop.

kurds...empowered...kurdistan next.

barbara boxer partial birth abortion...supreme court banned.

bush...president til 2009...


indigos accomplishing agenda!



...richardson...next president?


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« Reply #12 on: July 26, 2008, 10:24:09 PM »
a lot of work for obama...but he made it...


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« Reply #13 on: July 26, 2008, 10:25:59 PM »
...now that hiliary is finished it looks like "theatre iran near term" and "darfur" will be the next focus of indigos...we are going global...particularly with regard to sudan and chad.

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« Reply #14 on: July 26, 2008, 10:26:59 PM »
indigo ad-genda moving along just fine...how is the enigmatic "w" doing? ;)


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« Reply #15 on: July 26, 2008, 10:29:06 PM »
you better get long-term commitment from one your republican sugar-daddies before too late.



the election is not as important to us now...we indigos are working to help chad and n.e. africa...too much genocide.
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« Reply #16 on: July 26, 2008, 10:30:38 PM »
uh-huh.  that why all you can talk about hillary clinton.


one issue at a time...moron.

here some help...go back re=read my posts..{.engage your brain... :D :D :D :D}...that hard since u stoopid...and you'll get our agenda...

eg: how is saddam hussein doing?

eg: how well did michael moore's last film do?

eg: how hiliary clinton do?

eg: how well did donkeez do with that timetable for withdrawl...how helpful were the republican lite elected in 2006? ;)

...and open up a book and read about the rich history of the kurds...


since u turd...that going to be hard....


...and u have poop in your pants. :D :D :D
better get som t.p. b'tc.

come on...hard dap, mon. 8)

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« Reply #17 on: July 26, 2008, 10:31:21 PM »
the government of sudan calls the conflict in the darfur region...a region between chad and sudan... a "tribal clash".

..it is not...

it has been blown out of proportion...

sudan's central government is controlled by northern nile valley arabs...the south was dominated by furs...dar"fur" ...who are ethnically african...and for two decades through the early eighties and nineties...the furs were in conflict with the arabs...after drought in the north the arabs looked to the south for land...the southern furs administrated their own territory...drought and famine affected this southern area of darfur as well (a region prone to draught and famine)...furs distrusted the arab northern government...but arab nomads continually pushed their way south attempting to take land...the furs in the region of jebel marrain pushed back...in the late eighties former president sadiq el mahdi formed an arab militia called the muraheleení to deal with the furs which further added to the ethnic africans distrust of the arab run government{which tried to restructure the local administrative {tribal} set up in the south}...

initial struggles were between the southern ethnic africans...to some extent zahgawans...and ethnic arabs who wanted control of the southern darfur region...with the arabs worried that the ethnic africans were going to take over the whole region including the central government...the ethnic arabs created rebel groups...the ethnic africans also had rebel groups...{quite a tribal land}...the ethnic africans "furs" created the sudan liberation movement and the african muslims as well as ethnic africans created the justice and equality movement j.e.m who attacked military installations because of the economic and political constrictions inflicted on african tribes because of the previous two decades of arab government meddling.  but also in response to omar el bashir's actions...he is a genocidal murderer...

..this new president in the north in 1999...took over...omar el bashir who restructured the government...added former muraheleen members to his national congress party...removed the african muslims from  administrative positions...and turned remaining muraheleen into a paramilitary force...a force which attacked the furs and destroyed their communities with raids...the s.l.a. who were ethnic furs ...wanted...restructuring and devolution of power for all sudanese...the j.e.m  was formed to push back against el bashir and in defiance of the african muslims removed from power...he replaced the former african muslim leaders with arabs who only sought to protect the nomadic ethnic arabs and muslim arabs and their interests...the j.e.m was a more rigorous attempt to regain some control of the government by the african muslims removed from power and went under a banner to restore a more equilibrium  of ethnicity to the government.

...to combat the rebel forces from the south of furs and african muslims...president bashir turned to mercenaries...or guerrillas called "janjaweed"...who were drawn from arab nomadic tribes...their leaders are emirs from the chad/sudan region...so called emirs...aye call them outright pompous genocidal executioners...their militias formed a fighting force of mercenary murderers, rapists, and pillagers...drunk with the desire of rapine...imbibed in blood.

their impetus was to displace the african tribes and take away their ancestral land...their homes...their livelihood...their plan was to relocate african ethnic groups from large areas of the region...redistribute their population...mainly in the vicinity of government-controlled towns where they could be in concentration camps...

chadian ethnic militias were also involved on both sides of the conflict...they are part of the janjaweed militia... cross-border incursions by sudaneze and allied chadian janjaweed militias intensified the torture in the first half of 2004.


the chad and sudan janjaweed began the holocaust in 2004...and plundered the region into a potable armeggedon of despair.

The chadian government and its leader... idriss deby , a zaghawa must tread lightly...it is engaged in a tenuous quatra-tante with sudans government who may just wish to let this crisis explode into a third world war with darfur as the battlefield...deby must appease the zaghawan community from darfur...which straddles the chad/sudan border AND brought him to power... deby must resolve his new ethnic african and ethnic zaghawan refugees from the darfur region and keep a watchful eye upon the chadian arab population...with its powerful chadian arab army who would like to gather up more land from the sudan region and use the darfur region for armament and staging to take over chad...


perhaps it is time for idriss deby and african union leaders to meet...

uganda and erteria need to be at the table...and a revitalized and aggressive african union force must have boots on the ground to quarantine the darfur region...

perhaps it is time for momar kadafi to come out of hiding...

one thing is for sure...bashir has got to go...the question is when...

this is up to the african union...the u.n. is ineffectual...oh, how history reciprocates...sad.

god knows americans are not going to want to lend military assistance...let's see if we can stand behind some aggressive diplomacy... global media attention...humanitarian assistance...and political peacemaking.

...many of us have become fat and stupid...isolationists...unif ormed uninformed...and peacecowards selling doves in God's house...aye will name none...but aye will kick over their chairs...


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« Reply #18 on: July 26, 2008, 10:31:55 PM »
China calls for "multi-aspect efforts" to solve Darfur issue 
 
 
www.chinaview.cn  2008-06-26 21:23:04      Print
 
    BEIJING, June 26 (Xinhua) --- Pushing forward the Darfur issue into the next stage calls for multi-aspect efforts from the international community, a Chinese official said here Thursday.

    Assistant Foreign Minister Zhai Jun made the remark during the opening ceremony of the "Darfur: Peace and Development" seminar held by the China Institute of International Studies.

    The Chinese side believed the three parties -- Sudan, the African Union (AU) and the United Nations (UN) -- should fully play the role of the tri-party negotiation as a major channel to promote the deployment of the hybrid UN-AU mission at an early date through dialogue and equal consultation, Zhai said.

    Meanwhile, peacekeeping operations and the political process should be pushed forward synchronously so as to achieve concrete results for negotiations. An urgent task currently for the international community was to push forward opposition parties in Darfur to unify views and create conditions for peaceful talks, Zhai said.

    Besides, the humanitarian situation and security in Darfur should be continuously improved, he said, adding a ceasefire should be achieved so as to ensure humanitarian assistance going smoothly, based on which the international community should provide development aid to this area and help the people there to reconstruct their homes.

    According to Zhai, solving the Darfur issue still faced difficulties. These included the delay in deploying the hybrid mission, insufficient equipment and logistics support, the standstill of the political process due to the refusal of some opposition groups of Darfur to join in political negotiation, and the turbulent security situation caused by scrimmages between anti-government forces and the government military.

    He said to resolve the Darfur issue was a "systematic project" that included peace-keeping actions, political process, security and humanitarianism, economic reconstruction and social development, adding China would make joint efforts with the international community to strive for the resolve of the issue.

    About 55 Chinese and foreign officials and experts attended the two-day seminar sponsored by the China Institute of International Studies.
 
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« Reply #19 on: July 26, 2008, 10:33:40 PM »
U.S. President George W. Bush said Wednesday he is disappointed that Russia and China vetoed a U.N. arms embargo against Zimbabwe.

The United States strongly supported the U.N. Security Council resolution to sanction Zimbabwean President Robert Mugabe following his re-election last month after his opponent exited the race amid fears for his life.

"We deeply care about the plight of the citizens of Zimbabwe. And we hope there's a peaceful resolution soon," Bush said after meeting with Burkinabe President Blaise Compaore. "I made my position abundantly clear that, one, we are disappointed with the veto of the U.N. Security Council resolution."

Bush called Compaore "a constructive force for peace and stability."

Compaore said he and Bush also talked about the need for a political solution to the crisis in Darfur, which he said is "weighing very heavily in all Africa."

Burkina Faso has qualified for a five-year, $480-million grant from the U.S. Millennium Challenge Corp. to help farmers by investing in irrigation, expanding access to land titles and credit, among other things.

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