If you are unfamiliar with the genocide and slavery going on in the Sudan, Darfur and Moratania please take a moment and read my previous posts. This is REAL NEWS and not the tripe that is spoon fed to Americans like pigs at the trough. Jan Egeland,
[*spit*, Atlas] the United Nations emergency relief coordinator,
estimates that more than 180,000 people have died there in the last 18 months
from hunger and disease alone -- twice as many as he previously
Zoellick warns on Darfur killings
By Guy Dinmore
Published: April 12 2005 03:00 | Last updated: April 12 2005 03:00
Robert Zoellick, US deputy secretary of state, yesterday warned Sudan it had to stop the killings and burning of villages in its western region of Darfur in order to benefit from an international donors' conference in Norway, called to support a peace accord that ended the separate north-south conflict. [thats the action? they won't benefit from a goddamn donor's conference? Is this some parallel universe we are living in? A UN obsessed with the most benevolent society in the free world, Israel, but Secretary General Coffee Enema sees no evil in the Sudan, Darfur, Mortania? THESE ARE TERRIBLE CRIMES AGAINST HUMANITY! Please write your congressman, representative , Senator, President..........Atlas]
Mr Zoellick, speaking on the way to the conference, warned that the government in Khartoum stood at "a point of fundamental choice between an upward or downward spiral" that risked breaking Africa's largest country apart.
The US - the largest donor to Sudan - Europe and other donors would not be able to continue working with the government if the situation did not improve in Darfur, he said. Guy Dinmore, Oslo [Why are we still the largest donor to Sudan? The heinous crimes of that Arab government against their people defy mere words. Genocide, Child rape and slavery ........... G-d save these people - Atlas.]
OSLO, Norway - Hoping to invigorate Sudan's peace process, the United States will promise more than $1.7 billion in humanitarian and reconstruction aid for the war-ravaged African country, the No. 2 State Department official said Monday.
Deputy Secretary of State Robert Zoellick is attending an international conference for donors to Sudan this week, where he will formally announce the pledge, press for progress in the western region of Darfur and rally other countries to do the same.
Zoellick said Monday that Sudan, Africa's largest country, is at a crossroads. It can move toward peaceful reconciliation by stopping violence in Darfur and implementing the agreement the warring North and South reached in January to end a 22-year civil war that has taken more than 2 million lives, he said.
WHAAAT!?? 1.7 MILLION BILLION TO THESE RADICAL ISLAMISTS????? ARE WE CRAZY??