Sunday, October 18, 2009

Obama Drops Plan to Isolate Sudan Leaders

Yeah well, why not?  Obama's reversing himself on his promise to force Omar al Bashir to comply with international calls to stop the genocide in Sudan is consistent with his policy of aiding a d abetting Muslim fanatics.  Aiding and abetting a man charged with genocide  is par for the course.

And so we can expect the mass murder of non-Muslims and black African Muslims to go on apace.  The tragic and widespread suffering and displacement of the indigenous people of the region will only accelerate.  Who will cry for Darfur?

Obama's decision to provide aid to al Bashir instead of sanctions proves the point that Obama is a closet Muslim bent on global Sharia.  Actually, neither sanctions nor aid will change the genocide in Sudan.  The only thing that will stop the genocide is a large scale raid by special operations troops to eliminate al Bashir and his cronies.

Obama Drops Plan to Isolate Sudan Leaders

Published: October 16, 2009

WASHINGTON — The Obama administration has formulated a new policy for Sudan that proposes working with that country’s government, rather than isolating it as President Obama had pledged to do during his campaign.

In an interview on Friday, President Obama’s special envoy to Sudan, Maj. Gen. J. Scott Gration, retired, said the policy, to be announced Monday by Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton, would make use of a mix of “incentives and pressure” to seek an end to the human rights abuses that have left millions of people dead or displaced while burning Darfur into the American conscience.
General Gration said the administration would set strict time lines for President Omar al-Bashir of Sudan to fulfill the conditions of a 2005 peace agreement  that his government signed with rebels in southern Sudan.
Under that agreement, independence for southern Sudan is to be put to a vote in 2011.

“To advance peace and security in Sudan, we must engage with allies and with those with whom we disagree,” said a statement of the policy that was obtained by The New York Times.
General Gration said the administration’s new approach was also intended to prevent Sudan, which once provided refuge to Osama bin Laden, from again serving as a terrorist haven.

During his campaign, Mr. Obama criticized the Bush administration for doing too little to stop the killing.