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09-20-2017, 08:53 PM
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The road to impunity for Sudan’s tyranny may not be far ahead؟ by Adaroub sedna onour

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    Victims of the Sudanese fascist regime are puzzled at seeing the rapidly increasing engagement of the United States of America with the ailing, outlaw and unpopular tyranny of Sudan. They logically fail to make head or tail of this inconsistent and unethical relationship between the leading country of the free world and a racist regime which killed and displaced one third of its own population, still today sponsors terrorism, and hosts sleeper-cells of radical groups of every description. Almost all well-informed observers know that the regime is now bowing low and putting on low profile to buy time only , but if the pressure put on it slackens it will resume its old fundamental principles again, from which it has never departed so far , judging by the-now-going on re-unification process , under a new unifying figure between the ruling national congress party NCP and the popular congress party PCP which is part of the regime but plays opposition to throw dust in peoples, eyes . A pretense which began to vanish recently, when the PCP joined forces with the regime and named some of its prominent figures as ministers. Evidently though, the regime is now full of aspirations that its relations with the USA will soon be naturalized , and based on that assumption ,it decided to capitalize on the god-sent favorable winds and the lenient stances of its soon-would- be ally by incorporating the notorious JANJAWEED tribal militant groups into the national army. Worse yet, it made them the striking force and assigned them to disarm non-existent armed groups in DARFUR. Whereas there are, in fact, no armed groups other than the JANJAWEED in DARFUR؟ In reality , the regime, s strategy aims at driving wedges between the two JANJAWEED groups, to set them on one another . because the JANJAWEED who devastated DARFUR became a nightmare to the regime now .ironically enough, the ruling cabal were horrified when the JANJAWEED leaders ,who operate in total impunity began to voice their desire of playing a bigger role on the political scene of the country, by frequently criticizing the way the country is run ؟ Needless to say, the regime is unable to curb their excesses or keep them at bay, let a lone taking punitive actions against them. One influential JANJAWEED leader, who is allegedly backed by Chad ,Libya and to a lesser degree by Egypt, was quoted as having said: I am part of the national armed forces and guarding (our land ؟) while the leader of the other JANJAWEED faction has thousands of heavily –armed and lavishly-paid tribal militant groups under his command . They tour the country from end to end robbing and raping innocent civilians. They are very loyal to the regime and reliable, which was best demonstrated during the 2013 demonstrations, which they crushed violently using live ammunition killing well over 200 young demonstrators in the heart of Khartoum, without a single person being brought to book to this date؟ Neighboring countries which are, justifiably, suspicious of the unreliable regime’s designs have all turned evil-wishers and ,understandably , have no intention of stretching a helping hand to help the regime out of its self-inflicted predicament which it landed itself in . Because they, rightly, see no ending sights of the Sudanese crises so long as this evil tyranny remained in power. only the united states ,of all countries, got in the way by breathing life into the dying tyranny in return for its mysterious short-term gains . Thus, charges brought against the criminals will be dropped, thieves will hold on to their loot of ill-gotten public money, and the 28-year drought of justice, transparency, equity, basic human rights, rule of law and accountability will drag on for ever.
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