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07-15-2017, 00:50 AM
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I beg Your Pardon President Obama (4) By Faisal Elsayed Ali Omer

    00:50 AM July, 15 2017

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    (Published by Sudan Vision Newspaper on Thursday 25 November 2010)
    Our nation holds accretion of abhorrence that your destructive intentions and actions against Sudan have instigated. It is apparently clear that Sudan is causing a wide range of worries for your Administration. Your fears seem to be intensifying progressively and your hallucinations about the security threats that Sudan is creating for your country have now gone too far. Your vision about Sudan future has exemplified to you an imaginary image of Sudan as an emerging African giant.
    Yes, Your Excellency, your forecast is precise and adept and you have all the reasons in the world to be worried. Many other European countries are similarly like a cat on a hot tins roof and suffering from the same symptoms of trepidation and restiveness. They all know that eventually this emerging African giant will come into being and will start looking for vengeance from all the countries that disrespected and abused our nation. Therefore, Sudanese people should not laugh at what President Obama has stated because the issue, the way he sees it, is really serious and threatening and, surprisingly enough, I find myself of the same mind and in accord with His Excellency.
    We should also realize the fact that some European states, like Great Britain and others have colonized a number of African countries at previous eons. Those Europeans invaders have continued to be repulsed and revolted by any sign of radical changes that modernize those African countries that they have formerly conquered and dominated. They find it insufferable to see a country like Sudan that they have once upon a time restrained and tamed is now abruptly changing and becoming invincible and defiant. I assure you President Obama that time has come for Sudan and many other African countries to stand up tall and challenge those countries that committed unscrupulous, malicious and discourteous acts against their nations. You have ingeniously discovered the positive and swift transformations of our country and those signs caused strapping turbulences to the security of your country. Therefore, you had no choice other than dismantling the emerging potent powers of Sudan by ripping its unity to shreds and separating its regions one by one at a piecemeal pace.
    To go back and discuss your uninvited involvement in our country’s internal affairs, there seems to be an important fact that you have not yet realized. You should recognize that the majority of Sudanese people are not under both political umbrellas of the National Congress Party and the Sudan People Liberation Movement. That majority is under other political parties that frown on your ostracized stabs for separating southern Sudan. I assure you Mr. President that all the depraved endeavors of the International Community for dismantling the unity of our nation will in due course be doomed to failure.
    In conclusion, of this piece of writing I would like to lay bare few samples of the important comments and critical issues that some people have discussed with me in response to the previously published articles (more comments will come within the context of the coming articles):
    * The separation of southern Sudan would represent a black spot in the history of its perpetrators. Numerous Sudanese people are currently demanding that our Government should react inertly to the issue of the referendum and refrain from implicating itself with the approval or endorsement of the referendums’ results. If the Government of Southern Sudan, the UN and the USA want to separate southern Sudan, they should do so without the involvement of our Government. The actual perpetrators of this act should bear a wall- to-wall responsibility for the negative consequences of this shameful act.
    Notwithstanding the partial relief that northern Sudanese enjoy from the on going splitting up and allocations of the petroleum revenues between the southern Sudan Government and the Central Government, economical problems still exist. The cost of living in Sudan remains as unbearable, the northern Sudanese people cannot submit to more burdens or let the Government make any adverse changes in the previous deal come what may in the previous agreement that would put more burdens on them. Moreover, the Government must not involve itself in any decision that deprives the Messairiya from their historically recognized constitutional rights of residing and enjoying the usual unimpeded privileges for the grazing of their animals in Abyei area.
    * We strongly request the Government to form a national grand committee for looking into all the programs and activities of the UN and the international non-governmental organizations in Sudan. Many Sudanese people are now raising big question marks about many international, programs in Sudan. They believe that the International Community has no right to violate our country s sovereignty and impose its assistances on our nation. It is obviously clear that some of those programs are camouflages for hidden agendas and the sole reason of providing employment opportunities to some foreigners whose donors are planting in Sudan for hidden purposes. If those programs are as useless and suspicious as the public thinks, the Sudanese people have the absolute right to terminate them.
    * We request all Sudanese political parties to kindly reactivate their national roles and raise their voices through the international or internal media channels against the foreign suspicious interventions in Sudan.

    Faisal Elsayed Ali Omer

    E-mail address: [email protected], WhatsApp No.: +249 11 3489558 or mobile No.: +249 91 3336080

                  

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