Jews Behind Sudan Hate Propaganda
- Jewish Hand Behind Sudan Hate Propaganda: AntiSemitism or Fact?
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After the death of Col. Garang and 4 days of rioting in
Khartoum, Sudan is holding on to the peace process. However, those who
want to destroy Sudan are not ready to give up. On August 12, 2005 the
Jewish Holocaust Memorial Museum in Washington, DC held a one-sided
anti-Sudan, anti-Islam program to vilify the Sudanese people. The
participants were largely Jews and they listened to speakers known for
their slanted views on the conflict in Darfur. The program was chaired
by a Jewish student named Sarah Weisman and the speakers were John
Prendergast, Ken Bacon, Gayle Faith and Julie Flint, well-known for
their hatred of Sudan and Islam.
As the program went on, it was not difficult to see why the
views of these people are so slanted. Julie Flint, a well travelled
journalist, revealed that she "travelled for five weeks with
the SLA," the armed group of rebels which has been on the rampage in
Darfur. She saw five armed clashes between SLA and another rebel group
known as JEM. It never occurred to her that the situation in Darfur is
connected to the armed rebellion and the conflict within the rebel
groups. Instead she blames Khartoum for quelling the rebellion.
It's quite clear that these people are not humanitarians but
instigators of rebellion. Prandergast insisted on the need to bring
about "unity among rebel groups" in Darfur to make them effective
against the Islamic government. He went to the extent of claiming that
the induction of troops from African countries into Darfur by the
African Union [OAU] "has undermined human rights." He tried to
denigrate the African troops, thus indirectly calling for direct U.S.
intervention. Ken Bacon, supposedly from a refugee organization is so
antagonistic to Sudan that he was fuming at the respect shown to the
Sudanese foreign minister during recent talks.
Earlier a fashionable young African woman was introduced as a
"survivor of the Rwanda genocide" who is very concerned about the
"genocide" in Darfur. She talked English with a perfect British
university accent and could not possibly have been in Africa for a
very long time. Evidently, she has nothing to do with Rwanda or Darfur.
The purpose of these "genocide" stories was revealed
inadvertently by journalist Julie Flint. She said that she was trying
to "get Arabs involved" in the Darfur situation, because she has
friends in Lebanon and Syria, so that Arabs will "shut up about Iraq"
and Afghanistan. Thus the Rwanda and Sudan stories are meant to be
countervailing propaganda against the U.S. atrocities in the
countries it has occupied. These are White people claiming to be in
love with Darfur: Prendergast, Bacon, Flint and Faith!
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