Al-Bashir’s Secret Meeting Proceedings Revealed into the Public Domain
By Mahmoud A. Suleiman
Let me admit from the outset one important fact that is despite the title, this article will also discuss other topics closely related in time. However, the focus is undoubtedly be on the contents of the address of the article. I ask the reader to accept the apology in advance. The digression in the article includes besides the main topic other current related hot topics such as the petition, which some Sudanese in the United States planned to lobby the US Administration to lift the economic sanctions against the government of Omar al-Bashir. Moreover, reminding the Sudanese public of the Seventh anniversary which coincided with the International Criminal Court (ICC) issuance of an arrest warrant of Omar al-Bashir for crimes he committed against Sudanese citizens in Darfur, as well as the twelfth anniversary of the crime of genocide and the thirteenth anniversary of the declaration of war on the people of Darfur by the ruling regime of the NCP; among other topics.
Furthermore, the article tends to take a multi-faceted approach to cover the recent events that have far-reaching effects on the Sudanese people. The article will not turn a blind eye on the important issue of regime’s attempt to build new more dams in northern Sudan without regard to the social and cultural cost to the citizens and the country. In short, the article would address Topics that include the following: Omar al-Bashir’s secret meeting with the governors of the Sudanese States, the Darfur Administrative Referendum scheduled to be held in April 2016, the corruption of the regime of the NCP where it sold the right of landing airstrip for Sudan Airways – Sudanair – at Heathrow Airport in London and selling the Sudan House in the Knights Bridge neighborhood in London cheaply to a crony businessman, involvement and participation of Sudanese Armed (SAF) in a war without having had any right to fight in the first place in lieu for blood money, NCP regime’s recent escalation of war to commit the second wave of genocide in Darfur, resistance to the construction of dams on the Nile Valley – Nubia – using the petrodollars acquired through playing the mercenary role in a warfare Sudan has nothing to do with , call for no lift of US economic sanctions against the ruling regime in Sudan, despite the petition submitted by some Sudanese in America and other related topics currently of interest to the people of Sudan. The article, lengthy though, will take an objective view on each of the topics it contained with the aim to address them all accordingly.
The proceedings, minutes, of top-secret meeting held in the corridors of secrecy by the President of the regime of the National Congress Party (NCP), Omer Hassan Ahmed al-Bashir with the Governors of the States of Sudan on the 11th October 2015 in Khartoum seem to have found their way to become public. This would not have been possible had it not for the strenuous tireless efforts made over the years, by the US humanitarian professor Eric Reeves, who stands with the oppressed and marginalized components of the people in the regions of Sudan in general and in the Darfur region in particular. The first thing that draws the readers’ attention at that meeting, that most of the attendees whether the Governors or the other members in this unique meeting were in one way or another elements in the (NCP) regime’s security apparatus, the notorious National Intelligence and Security Services (NISS). In the sense that all the Governors of the states of Sudan are High-ranking officers in the Security Services except the Governors of the Northern Nilotic Territory and the Central Region! The meeting attended by:
States Governors of Sudan as follows:
The Five states of the Darfur Region and their respective Governors:
North Darfur State, South Darfur State, West Darfur States, East Darfur State and Central State of Darfur Major General (Security & Intelligence) Abdelwahid Yousif Ibrahim, Major General (Popular Security & Intelligence) Adam al-Faki Muhammed El-Tayeb, Major General (Popular Security & Intelligence) Khalil Abdalla Muhammed, Colonel (Security & Intelligence) Anas Omer and Shartay Jaafar Abdelhakam.
States of the Kordofan Region and their respective Governors:
South Kordofan State, West Kordofan State and North Kordofan State, Major General (Security & Intelligence) Eisa Adam Abbaker and Brigadier General (Popular Security & Intelligence) Abulgasim al-Amin Baraka and Ahmed Harun.
Eastern Sudan States and respective Governors:
Red Sea State, Gadarif State and Kassala State – Major General (Security & Intelligence) Ali Ahmed Hamid, Major General (Security & Intelligence) Mirghani Salih and , Major General (Popular Security & Intelligence) Adam Jamma Adam.
Khartoum State Governor General Abdelrahim Mohammed Hussein
Northern State Governor Ali al-Awad Mohammed Musa
River Nile State Governor Mohammed Hamid al-Balla
Blue Nile State Governor Hussein Yassin Hamid
Gezira State Governor Dr. Mohammed Tahir Eila
White Nile State Governor Abdel Hameed Musa Kasha
Sinnar State Governor al-Daw al-Mahi
Other Attendees of the Meeting include:
Field Marshal Omer Hassan Ahmed al-Bashir, President of the National Congress Party (NCP)
Faisal Hassan Ibrahim, Federal Affairs Minister
Dr. Hamid Siddig, Deputy Islamic Movement Chairman for Organisational Affairs
The top secret meeting of the genocidal criminal Omer Hassan ahmed al-Bashir is not only by the dense presence of the spies of the regime of the Muslim Brotherhood Movement (MBM), but it revealed its conspiracy for the continued destruction of Sudan during 2016 and to inflict the greatest damage to the Sudanese people in public. The plans of the regime are desperate attempts for the survival of the State of injustice and tyranny run by the notorious Janjaweed militias and the mercenary gangs. The question that arises is that why did the regime of the NCP remove the veterans of the Muslim Brotherhood movement, from their positions as governors of States, and assigned the matter to the Security apparatus. The answer to this question is clear. In that, if a security man assaulted a citizen, nobody can sue him, because all the men of the security apparatus have immunity under the National Intelligence and Security Service (NISS) Act. Thus, the Security Service Act gives the governors of the states who belong to the National Intelligence and Security Services (NISS) impunity and lack of accountability. In addition, for this reason the (NCP) regime appointed informants in the States where insurgency remains in action, such as the troubled region of Darfur and the Nuba Mountains and eastern Sudan. The Muslim Brotherhood Movement (MBM) government expects a revolution in all regions therefore; it made the security apparatus governs most of the Sudanese homeland. This is obviously clear that the governors of the states of the Northern Territory, Sennar, Gezira, the White Nile, the Blue Nile and the River Nile, all of them civilians Governors, because the regime is rest and reassured on the stable security situation in the states of those regions. The presence of a (NISS) affiliated Governor in an allegedly insecure State, would enable the ruling regime to suppress the opposition without mercy or hesitation. On the other hand, if the regime is an elected governments, as its President says, and owns the majority, the Sudanese people would have been left to choose their governors as honest citizens, and needless imposing security apparatus affiliates. Coup d’état
It became the duty of every one of us to comment on some of the outputs of the secret highly classified meeting held by Omar al-Bashir, given the far-reaching dimensions of those destructive decisions to the homeland people of Sudan. Nevertheless and before we forget, we need to and should remind Omar Hassan Ahmed al-Bashir at this juncture that the Friday fourth of March 2016 is approaching to mark the Seventh Anniversary of the issuance of the International Criminal Court (ICC) arrest warrant for the crimes he committed in the right of the people of Sudan in Darfur. On 4 March 2009, three judges in Pre-Trial Chamber I of the International Criminal Court (ICC) issued a warrant for the arrest of Sudanese President, Omar Hassan Ahmad al-Bashir for war crimes and crimes against humanity. President al-Bashir becames the first sitting head of state to be indicted by the ICC, par excellence. The ICC Prosecutor Luis Moreno-Ocampo presented case against Sudanese President, Hassan Ahmad AL BASHIR, for genocide, crimes against humanity and war crimes in Darfur. The Prosecution evidence by the Prosecutor Luis Moreno-Ocampo showed that Al Bashir masterminded and implemented a plan to destroy in substantial part the Fur, Masalit and Zaghawa groups, on account of their ethnicity. Members of the three groups, historically influential in Darfur, were challenging the marginalization of the province; they engaged in a rebellion. AL BASHIR failed to defeat the armed movements, so he went after the people. “His motives were largely political. His alibi was a ‘counterinsurgency.’ His intent was genocide. ” The Prosecutor said. http://www.haguejusticeportal.net/index.php?id=10316
Omer al-Bashir spoke naively, passingly, about compensation of the survivors and the relatives of his genocidal victims in lieu of waiving and relinquishing their demand for the International Criminal Court (ICC) to the arrest and the trial of Omar al-Bashir and his regime’s entourage. To this end the (NCP) regime creates a trust to raise funds to compensate the ‘War’ victims of Darfur, so that the victims’ families “come out in front of the World in order to give up their rights with the (ICC) voluntarily! SudanDocNov2015.pdf
Thus, Omar al-Bashir exonerates himself from the responsibility of the crimes he committed against the people of Darfur, and he attributes them to the war, as if he were innocent! However, the ongoing conflicts in Nuba Mountains in Southern Kordofan, Blue Nile and Darfur and the (NCP) regime’s recurrent violations of international human rights and humanitarian law remain a concern for the EU,” said the statement of European Union (EU) Commissioner for migration Avramopoulos on Tuesday 16, 2016 and Commissioner for Humanitarian aid, Christos Stylianides, on Wednesday 17, 2016 after they met with the (NCP) regime Foreign Minister, Ibrahim Ghandour.
In reference to the former people of Southern Sudan for whom the (NCP) made unity unattractive for them and forcing them to secede, Omer al-Bashir brazenly and with effrontery said that he and the elements in his regime found the presence of the Southerners too costly!
What makes this worse is that Omer al-Bashir presented during his meeting with the NCP henchmen and security chiefs of Governors of States, his failures in providing rule of law and good governance into Sudan for over twenty six Lean years of the fundamentalist National Islamic Front (NIF)/(NCP) rule; yet he presents himself as if it were a triumph. Obviously, the facts negate that and saying it does not mean so. The harvest of the decades of the reign of the NCP entity has characterised by tough economic conditions, rampant endemic corruption that has gone uncontrollably wild and increasingly restricted political environment and civil wars of attrition resulting in heinous crimes of war, crimes against humanity and genocide. The Muslim Brotherhood Movement (MBM) in Khartoum is no longer capable to mislead the sharp acumen of the Sudanese public. This NCP regime has become riddled by degeneration of thoughts; sadly, it fears its own people. As always said, fear any regime which fears its own people! Experts indicated that the Sudanese regime spends on the civil wars 25 times more than on health services.
When we delve back to those hellish plans of the sinful aggressive security device that revealed in the highly classified minutes of the top-secret meeting the following points emerge clearly and come out:
The threefold objectives of Omer al-Bashir while on the helm of Sudan include to maintain control of Sudan at all costs; to steal the resources of the country for his benefit and for the benefit of his narrow base of supporters and allies; and to change the multicultural identity of Sudan into a single Arab Islamic identity. http://www.huffingtonpost.com/esther-sprague/understanding-sudan-and-u_b_9106182.html
Let us now discuss and comments on some important points covered by the proceedings of the secret meeting of Omar al-Bashir with his regime’s spies:
The Meeting talked about the regimes plans of disarmament of the citizens but the logic says the priority is Disarmament of the militias loyal to the regime of the NCP and mercenaries, which have been wreaking havoc and destruction in the land of Darfur and the people in it first.
2) Clinging on Power in Sudan by all means
Dr. Hamid Siddig Deputy Chairman of the NIF Islamic Movement for Organisational Affairs said (only power that forces others to respect you)! Based on that principle the (NCP) regime will cling to oppressive force to preserve power. The putschist Muslim Brotherhood Movement (MBM) genocidal entity from day one of their fateful coming has decided forced displacement, forced migration and deracination of the people of Sudan in Darfur. The criminal regime of the NCP is continually trying to change the balance of powers in Sudan for self-benefit under the false slogan of religion protection and securing the homeland from foreign interference or intervention.
3) Border Control and repossess the Sudanese land occupied by Neighbouring Countries
Rhetoric on Sudanese land occupied respectively by Egypt and Ethiopia of Halayeb and Fashaga along with dealing with Sudanese Eritrean borders for controlling human trafficking remains a mere slogan for political consumption temporarily and then goes unheeded like its predecessors of decisions that the regime failed honouring their implementation
4) Wathba National Dialogue
The National Dialogue outcomes are becoming the new charter after the failure of all attempts of the (NCP) regime to clone unilateral solutions again to increase the life of corruption and oppression while there is no environment conducive to the alleged shambolic mishandling of disrepute ‘Wathba” national dialogue
5) NCP regime’s plan for Displacing the indigenous populations and Replacing mercenaries from the neighbouring Countries would be met by resistance and rejection
That is because the people of Darfur are renowned for their strong determination not to give in and surrender to the forces of evil. Moreover, their staunch attachment to ancestral land and determination to not waste the soil of the homeland, and their attribute that calls them by saying never surrender to the aggressors.
6) Waste of public money in Civil Wars of attrition, Security and corruption underlie the Economic crisis in Sudan and Not the US sanctions as the NCP regime keeps wailing
The regime of the NCP’s economic problems in Sudan are not caused by the United States (US) sanctions as claimed by the terrorist Muslim Brotherhood government, (MBM) entity in Khartoum but it is the results of corruption, oppression, sponsorship of terrorism, committing of crimes against humanity, war crimes, ethnic cleansing and genocide against Sudanese citizens in Darfur, for which the International Criminal Court (ICC) indicted the head of the ruling regime Omar Hassan Ahmed al-Bashir and some of his loyalist and his entourage. In a statement disappointed the ruling regime of the NCP, the US Chargé d’Affaires in Khartoum Jerry Anaran said that Washington links normalization of relations with Khartoum to stop the war that brings peace in Sudan and allows humanitarian access to those affected.
No more Dams on the Nile is the current motto
The Sudanese people in all their components stand together firmly and steadfast against the (NCP) conspiracy for establishment dams on the River Nile in localities of Shiraik, Dal and Kajbar in the region of northern Sudan. The regime of the NCP plans to grab the blood money to support their further civil wars through drowning the Nubians land as occurred in the sixties of the last century for our folks in Halfa who were subjected to forced migration/ displacement to Khasm al-Girba in the Eastern Sudan. That tragic incident resulted into flooding of towns and villages during the building of the ‘High Dam’ of Egypt. The Moto is Absolute rejection to the construction of dams on the Nile. The funds for the construction of dams on the Nile come from the warfare the regime of the (NCP) has been participating as a mercenary. The blood money the regime led by Omer al-Bashir receives in lieu for building dams would be earmarked to finance the second wave machine for the implementation of the crime of genocide against the people of Sudan in Darfur.
Furnace of the Yemeni Civil Warfare
To add to the crimes of the NCP Islamism regime, the Sudan Armed Force (SAF) has become implicated without a legitimate reason in the furnace of the Yemeni factional warfare the end of which cannot be predicted and as well, nobody has the ability to forecast its destiny. However, for sure and undoubtedly, the arrival of the body-bags of the Sudanese army personnel from Yemen on board war planes is to be expected, as happened to the Egyptian army personnel in the sixties of the twentieth century. For the (NCP) Sudan, it is a Mercenary involvement in a protracted fierce Yemeni Civil war. Sudan in this war is just a flunky in entering this war. It is beggars’ belief the Sudan Armed Force (SAF) entering into the Yemeni civil war is hard to believe.
Omer al-Bashir does not read the history of the World
Omar al-Bashir neither reads the history nor he does he take lessons of how the people had avenged from dictators and threw them in the dustbin of history. Furthermore, he is someone who is at a complete loss to cope with crises of his own making. He remains showing abject failure to Movement (MBM) criminal gang in the helm of Sudan. They had said loudly enough is enough the 26 year-long brunt of poverty, disease, displacement, migration, wars, oppression and loss of lives. Omar al-Bashir lacks the ability of reading the history and reflecting on the way people uprooted dictators and threw them in the dustbin of history. The putschist NIF regime has proved over its 26 lean years as unfit for purpose of ruling the people of Sudan. People of Sudan have not considered his regime value for the money wasted! Our public freedom and human rights loving compatriots will not fall in love with fascist dictators whatever the threats the despotic regime makes for subjecting them to declare humiliating surrender with submissiveness and submission provides rule of law and good governance to a country of the size of Sudan. Omar al-Bashir does not read history and does not know the way people avenged dictators and threw them in the dustbin of history. Thus, instead of reflecting on his regime’s deficiencies, al-Bashir uses his only skill of punishing others for his own faults; resorting to the doctrine of blame somebody else “BSE”! The people of Sudan have nothing to celebrate or look forward in the presence of al-Bashir and his Muslim Brotherhood.
African Union (AU)
African Union (AU) remains a jamboree for postcolonial dictators patting on the backs of each other.
The African Union (AU), which its leaders claimed that the African continent’s problems will find a viable solution by the Union, but so far the (AU) has not succeeded in resolving any African problem without the help of major powers in the international community. This (AU) remained a staunch supporter and defender of the genocidal Omar al-Bashir. The (AU) as expected, has recently announced failure to protect the people of Burundi and leaving their futures in the hands of the Cutthroat, Burundian President Pierre Nkurunziza; as the old proverb says birds of a feather flock together.
Omar Hassan Ahmed al-Bashir spoke at length during his meeting about Darfur
The genocidal criminal Omar Hassan Ahmed al-Bashir spoke at length on topics especially related to the Darfur region and the citizens in it during his secret meeting with the Governors of States and that seem reflected in their recommendations that indicate the following:
• Expelling and getting rid of the joint Mission of the African Union and United Nations – UNAMID in Sudan to provide the long-awaited desired opportunity for the National Congress Party (NCP) regime to remove the Internally displaced Persons (IDP) camps in Darfur came on the top recommendations of the meeting. This task has become easier given the fact that the Sudanese Revolutionary Front (SRF)- is no longer in Darfur & UNAMID will be expelled from Darfur by making life ‘Hell’ for them.
• The collection of weapons from the hands of civilians citizens and stripping the tribes of arms and secure resources for that. The NCP regime deliberately avoided to talk about the importance of disarmament of Janjaweed militias loyal to it , the Rapid Support Force (RSF) and mercenaries.
• Pursuant to the hot summer the military offensive all the land of Sudan will be freed from hands of armed rebels and putting an end to the insurgency
• National Dialogue camouflage will provide mandate to the NCP leader al-Bashir to convince both regional and international communities that rebels refused peace by not participating in it!
• Fashaga, the Sudanese territory under the Ethiopian occupation al-Bashir has spoken to Desalegn to solve the problem given the help he offered for him to become on the helm of Ethiopia!
• Political parties NUP and NCF agreed with rebels to divide Sudan after they separated the South! Nevertheless, we (NCP) separated it because it is costly.
• The meeting endorsed wholeheartedly to deal with Al-Sisi of Egypt who is labelled as antagonistic through supporting the Muslim Brotherhood Movement ( MBM) elements in Egypt and host them in Sudan and providing accommodation and education for them and help them by providing investment opportunities and eventually Help them back to power in Egypt by ousting al-Sisi
There is nothing surprising in the Outputs of secret meeting of Omar al-Bashir with the Governors of States who are mostly members in the security apparatus, the infamous National Intelligence and Security Services (NISS) given the prior knowledge of the type of poorly baked actions of Muslim Brotherhood Movement (MBM) entity in Sudan and elsewhere. It is twenty-six lean years in row since the fateful coming of Muslim Brotherhood Movement (MBM) putschists to the rule of embattled people of Sudan. The crimes perpetrated by the Muslim Brotherhood Movement (MBM) regime’s crimes against the people of Sudan in Darfur have been on escalation by the day. These crimes of the NCP regime in Darfur would not go on undetected in this day and age.
Divide and rule Doctrine in progress as a lethal weapon
The Muslim Brotherhood Movement (MBM) of the NCP continued using the evil principle of divide and rule, principle that showed itself in the spectacular atrocious crimes. It takes a village to raise an idiot; the so-called Administrative Referendum in Darfur is part of the plot of the NCP regime of throwing dust on the eyes! To acquire his master of grace’s blessings, the governor of Central Darfur state Jaafar Abdelhakam, claimed that the registration process for the Administrative Referendum in the locality of Jebel Marra is progressing well. Unashamedly, this subservient continued to say the turnout of the people in Jebel Marra a sign for the stable security situation in the area. The blatant lies of this pseudo-governor exceeded the lies of his master the genocidal criminal Omer Hassan Ahmed al-Bashir. The reality is that since mid-January 2016 Jebel Marra has been the scene of violent clashes between the (NCP) regime’s army and the Darfur rebel Sudan Liberation Movement (SLM-AW) led by Abdel-Wahid Mohamed Nur. One would ask as to Why the regime of the NCP chose the implementation of this provision of so-called Doha Document for Peace in Darfur (DDPD) without the other clauses in the Document which are more important, and at this particular time; with the knowledge that the item to conduct the administrative referendum in Darfur stipulated to be conducted one year after the signing of the document on 14 in July 2011, which meant that the alleged referendum should have been conducted on July 15, 2012. Moreover, assuming – regardless of the reasonableness of this assumption – that peace and stability have been achieved and displaced persons (IDPs) and refugees returned to their original homes, and the state of emergency lifted and other freedom atmospheres that enable the citizens to give their opinions without enticement or coercion. Nevertheless, this did not happen; even the default age of the (DDPD) expired and ended four years ago! Then we go back and ask why the regime of the NCP chose implementation of this provision in the Agreement without the other Doha Document for Peace in Darfur (PDPD) agreement clauses in Darfur, which considered by many more important clauses claimed to achieve peace, stability, justice, reparation and lift the injustice done to the citizen of Sudan in Darfur?! The false statement of the regime of the NCP and their argument about the abolition of the of current five States of Darfur is a blatantly misleading and fraudulent brought by the ruling regime of Omar al-Bashir to say to the people during the alleged Administrative Referendum: that those who want the return of the Region of Darfur seek to rob the gains that have been made to you, and they want to restore your decision to El Fasher to take control of you, as it was in bygone time! Thus, before the start of the ballot for the referendum, the NCP regime started rigging it by misleading the potential voters that danger resides in retaining the Old Darfur Region that used to rob the freedom away from the populations in the rural territories. The Questions that citizens do not find satisfactory answers from the motivation of the (NCP) regime to make this Administrative Referendum at this time in time is not endless, but one sees that the regime is seeking to falsify the people’s will in this referendum.
Sadly and unfortunate for the homeland citizens, Sudan today is a state that sponsors terrorism, violating human rights and the state accused of crimes against humanity, war crimes and genocide and ruled by obnoxious arrogant apartheid regime of the National Congress Party (NCP) , led by the Génocidaire fugitive from international justice Omar Hassan Ahmed El-Bashir.
An Anti-US Sanctions exhibition has opened in Sudan’s capital Khartoum. It aims to call citizens to sign a petition to the White House to lift the sanctions:
In his meeting, Omer al-Bashir and his entourage ignored talking about the US sanctions against his regime, because his supporters have been trying to make petition in the US for lifting them. Those hireling groups have forgotten or unaware that the petition of that kind is only available for American citizens only. Moreover, the reasons of issuing decisions of economic sanctions against Sudan, which is governed by the ruling regime of the NCP are still remaining. Omar al-Bashir is still waging wars and throwing blazing barrels from Antonov aircraft against unarmed civilians to kill and displace them from their homes, as well as harboring terrorists and jihadist groups of the state Islamist in Iraq and Syria (ISIS).
To confront these malicious manifestations, negatives, and catastrophies in Sudan is uprooting the underlying causes, which is the regime of the NCP. Do we expect the shade straightening if the pole is crooked? Treatment of the disease of known causes would not be feasible and effective through taking painkillers.
Diaspora as a way-out of the dilemma
The NCP regime’s nepotism, employment of their cronies, racism and oppression led to brain drain of the highly qualified professionals, administrators, technically competent workers and the promising new generation of youth opting for migration into the middle of nowhere in the Diaspora. Unfortunately, some promising you met their tragic fate of drowning in the sea or losing their lives attempting trekking along the Channel Tunnel from the French ‘Jungle’ of Calais towards the United Kingdom.
When there is no enemy within, the enemies outside cannot hurt you.
UNSC Renews Mandate of the Expert Group on Sanctions
The UN Security Council adopted unanimously a new resolution number 2265, renewed the mandate of the Expert Group on Sanctions Committee and appointed under resolution 1591 since 2005, and confirms the new resolution on the need to put an end to the violence and abuses in the Darfur region.
Tragedy of the Darfur people
What happened to the people of Darfur, the genocide of more than 300000 defenseless noncombatant civilians in just one year 2004 would not have been possible and perhaps many of the victim would still be alive. Al-Bashir and others complicit in the killings are still at large while the wounds of some survivors remain fresh and sore. For 12 years in row, the NCP regime did not have to answer for their crimes.
Friday March 4, 2016 will mark the 7th Anniversary of the International Criminal Court (ICC) issuance of an arrest warrant of Omar al-Bashir for crimes he committed against Sudanese citizens in Darfur. It also marks the twelfth anniversary of the crime of genocide and the thirteenth anniversary of the declaration of war on the people of Darfur by the ruling regime of the NCP.
Era of Farces and decadence in Sudan
The influential members of the (NCP) ruling regime in Khartoum tended using the Freudian Psychological Defense Mechanism known as ‘Projection’ to justify their vulnerabilities and failures and instead they use their unashamed foul tongues to abuse and insult others among the members of the Sudanese people who are good-hearted and noble citizens. It is a time to quote the poet who said this is the time for the farces to enjoy the frolic where the hound dog being counted amongst the Knight!
It is indeed proving that it takes a village to raise an idiot. There is no solution to the issues of the Sudanese people but the demise of the ruling criminal regime of the NCP. It is time to oust the ruling regime of the NCP by all the available means and throw it into the deep dark bottom of the dustbin of the Goddamn history.
Dr. Mahmoud A. Suleiman is an author, columnist and a blogger. His blog is http://thussudan.wordpress.com/