Friday, November 17, 2006

"Inner Struggle"... Not So Much.

We haven't been hearing much about Darfur lately.

Is this the typical negligence of the media?

While the genocide continues, Kofi Annan is busy wasting time by calling yet another useless UN meeting to "look at new ways to try to solve the crisis in Darfur."

Up for discussion: The refusal of Sudan to allow a UN force to replace the African Union's force, which is under-manned and under-funded, and whose mandate expires in a mere six weeks!

Over the last three years, the death toll has reached nearly a quarter of a million people, and displaced two million... But it's not JIHAD, is it?


The UN has agreed to augment the 'peacekeeping' force in Darfur, increasing the number of troops from about 7,000 to 27,000.

The Sudanese President Omar al-Bashir is refusing to allow them to deploy, calling the troops "neocolonialists." (Whatever that means...) And hey, they're doing such a great job with that jihad, it'd be a shame to interrupt them.

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