Thursday, February 15, 2007

W: No Genocide in Darfur

Today is Thursday, 15 February 2007.

In the past four years, the Sudanese dictatorship and its minions have exterminated more than 400,000 human beings and made refugees of more than 2.5 million.

However, according to Andrew Natsios, U.S. Special Envoy to Sudan, speaking last week at Georgetown University: “The term genocide is counter to the facts of what is really happening in Darfur”.

One assumes Natsios is speaking as the creature of W. Bush. How many Black Africans must be exterminated before Bush recognizes this as genocide?

And, of course, the faux-Communist regime in Beijing is making cozy with Sudan, which just happens to have oil.

Oh, but this is after all merely an “internal affair” of Sudan, and, since Washington and Beijing don’t want do-gooders messing in their respective internal affairs, they both are content to sit back and enjoy the slaughter.

Let’s face it: nation-states have long been obsolete. There is only one nation, and that is the planet, of which humanity is a component.

Until we recognize this fact, and the majority of people rise up and act upon it, the future of humanity will continue to be drowned in blood.


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