ALL MASKS FELL OFF..SUDAN,S NATIONAL DIALOUGE,S MASQURADE IS OVER؟

ALL MASKS FELL OFF..SUDAN,S NATIONAL DIALOUGE,S MASQURADE IS OVER؟


10-11-2015, 03:29 PM


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Title: ALL MASKS FELL OFF..SUDAN,S NATIONAL DIALOUGE,S MASQURADE IS OVER؟
Author: Adaroub Sedna Onour
Date: 10-11-2015, 03:29 PM

03:29 PM Oct, 11 2015
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As expected , no weighty political figures from Sudan or the international community will be in attendance AND the counterproposal initiated by the Sudanese tyranny ( the national dialogue conference) came to nothing ,While its miserably disappointed initiator / guarantor(gen,omer bushier) decided to visit Algeria instead, to meet its president-for-life who still insists to rule although he is confined to a wheel chair؟ IN FACT ,There are many faces of similarity between the two men, As there are with others such like their Syrian similitude… (the horrible tyrant BUSHAAR ALASSAD)who is still dropping explosive barrels indiscriminately on his own civilian population , randomly killing elderly people , children and women caught up in between the numberless fighting factions, Because they could not flee the hellish situation , As did half of the total population who fled the country causing a global refugee crisis؟ By the way , The fascist tyranny of Sudan is the patentee and holder of the patent right of this deadly technology of EXPLOSIVE BARRELS ,which has been in excessive use in Sudan for decades ؟؟؟ Today ,the bewildered Sudanese regime in the aftermath of its internal /national dialogue's failure and with its appetite whetted, when it saw Russia's solid stance by its Syrian ally, IS now considering to strengthen its ties with Russia and forge an alliance with it .. ,Because what is going on in Sudan does not differ in any degree from what is happening in Syria today , Both regimes sabotaged and devastated their countries And became a regional threat to stability in their respective regions,؟ Russia capitalized on its Syrian ally's weakness and seized the opportunity to deploy sizable ground-troops,(alleging that it was in response to a request made by the legitimate and recognized Syrian government, to justify its intervention ؟) But its principal aim is, of course, to gain a foot –hold in the geostrategic region of the middle east. ...And ,based on that , launched a successful and surprise last-minute salvage operation which spared the tyrant and his collapsing regime , Therefore , RUSSIA is not likely to turn its back to a similar mouth-watering offer from Sudan…, In addition to Iraq, which is contemplating a similar move, which if materialized , will give Russia extra chessmen to use on the political chessboard of the soon-to-be- reshaped middle east ؟ And that is why the Sudanese opposition factions need to race against time and initiate easily applicable and logical approaches to step up concerted resistance . Because the isolated regime is evidently behaving now like a cornered cat and there will be no limit to which it wouldn't go to fight tooth and nail for its survival . So, the futile arms clutter in the country's remote peripheral regions should be reviewed and replaced by a new holistic strategy that appeals to the indispensable and inseparable internal /civil contribution if the regime's removal is to be accelerated , And the first step towards that is to avoid blanket- condemnation by incorrectly assuming that all those living in the north and centre of Sudan are pro-regime ,which was –and still is- the armed opposition's Achilles heel , Although it is unfounded ,misguided and illogical , which gave the regime –a much needed- justification to portray the whole political tussle over power as an ethnic and religious war؟ .. Therefore the concentration and focus should now center on the ultimate common objective of removing the regime as an immediate pressing priority… Because the country is NOW at the explosion level . And any delay would give the shaky regime time to provide against any efforts designed to topple it….The next step should ,later, be to expose those who want to falsify history by insisting to take a lead role in snapping the country out of problems ,Whereas they ,initially , were who put it in this insoluble dilemma ... . … They must be brought to book and their charges should never be dropped. Of course they will , understandably, do their utmost to delay and even undermine any endeavor to change the current favorable situation to avoid that fate ,Because they are not interested in any change that might be at their expense؟ .And thought it is true that the majority of the regime's prominent figures are all rivals in one team, yet it is unadvisable to ignore those amongst them who are in favor of change . Hence any form of coalition that spares the country from being plunged in an undesired confrontation with the Russian-led axis made up of Iran and Syria and/or the us- led unipolar world system should be worthwhile . SO, let's Draw lessons from what is currently going on in the region and particularly in Syria ,which has all the ingredients of getting the two super powers at loggerhead on its soil , ؟ This scenario, which we shouldn’t rule out ,will render ALL the forces of the regime and those of the opposition, put together , to mere will-less robots shackled by restrictive International agreements dictated by the big players .؟؟ HERE I allude to the deplorable tendency the regime has of relying on foreign players, Because it will have far-reaching consequences that might, in future ,jeopardize our sovereignty؟ Therefore to spare ourselves such scenarios, ALL rivals should go to the Addis Ababa preparatory conference without delay or any silly and meaningless pre-conditions ,As the alternative could be much gloomier than many romantic politicians could imagine؟ Because I personally have, this once, reasons to think that the boycotted national dialogue's experience will bring the hawkish elements of the regime to their senses, because the isolation of their shaky regime couldn't have been more apparent than when the only high-level guests whose attendance was confirmed were the head of the republic of Chad (the French protectorate؟)And the equally good-for-nothing secretary general of the Arab- league, which gained notoriety for being a passive regional organization incapable of solving any of the countless tragedies of the Arab-world in Syria ,Libya ,Iraq ,Yemen or Palestine ؟؟؟؟؟؟
Adaroub sedna onour .






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  • Post: #2
    Title: Re: ALL MASKS FELL OFF..SUDAN,S NATIONAL DIALOUGE,S MASQURADE IS OVER؟
    Author: Saeed Mohammed Adnan
    Date: 12-11-2015, 01:48 PM
    Parent: #1

    This is an excellent account of the state of the region and the attributes of the regime as it is today. Your analysis and advice to the contenders is admirably true.
    Only that, my friend, I personally do not trust the liberation militias or armies operating in Sudan (or anywhere) as force is only viable in revolutions: where there is a core conviction that unites the multitude and dilutes the lust for power. Present liberation movements have proven (rightly) plagued with the same disease that infested our armed forces when it was indulged in politics and philosophies and ideologies. The SPLA in South Sudan is a standing embodiment of that omen.
    Up-rises are OK, the October revolution, the April Up-rise and the Tunisian spark of the Arab Spring,, are good examples. The Army, on the other hand, demonstrated in Egypt a failure despite the rightly ousting of Mursi in his hideous way to hijack democracy through its own tools of authority. That failure is because the army could not spawn a thought befitting the will of the people, so it speedily burrowed back in the Mubarak safe haven.
    Yes, I agree with the need to unite rather than bicker to attend the conference, but by Statesmen and National figures of weight and achievement rather than by armies and power hawks.