Saviors and Survivors

My post is not about the Zionist leaders or the Jews, who helped Christian Nazis to kill and expel European fellow Jews from the West so that the Zionist leaders can become the ‘Saviors’ for the Holocaust ‘Survivors’ in Palestine by renaming the 5000-old country as Israel.

No, this post is a review of the book ‘Saviors and Survivors’, authored by Professor Mahmood Mamdani (Columbia University) – who earlier wrote, Good Muslim, Bad Muslim. In Good Muslim, Bad Muslim – professor Mamdani expoed Bush ZOG’s policy of making Muslims as scapegoats – a replacement for the ‘Evil Communists’ in the Cold War era on lies fed by the Zionist traitors working for a foreign county (Israel). In his new book, Savior and Survivors, the author explain how Washington’s current policy towards Sudan – is not for ‘liberating’ the people of Darfur from country’s Islamists but to destroy another potential Islamic regime for the benefit of Israel. The Zionist lobby groups in the US – have succeeded in creating a hoax of Chinese threat in Africa (China being the largest partner in Sudan’s oil-field exploration) – as they did against Libya-Chad conflict under Reagan administration (Israel-France vs Russia-Libya) during the 20-year of the Cold War.

Lately, Delinda C. Hanely, has written an interesting review on Dr. Mamdani’s book. She is the Editor of the Washington Report on Middle East Affairs magazine (labeled as anti-Semite by Israeli lobby groups for reporting the true nature of the Zionist-regime). Her review exposes Israel’s dirty hands behind Washington’s crucification of Islamists in Khartoum – similar to one against Hamas, Hizb’Allah and Tehran.

The book explains why some Americans call this conflict a genocide. It began when the United States Holocaust Museum in Washington, DC issued its very first ever “genocide alert” in 2004, and soon, along with the American Jewish World Service, launched the “interreligious umbrella organization” Save Darfur Coalition (SDC). Save Darfur drew its foot soldiers from the student community across the U.S., Mamdani explains. A panel discussion at the museum on Sept. 14, 2004 led to the formation of an outreach program, Students Take Action Now: Darfur (STAND), which quickly spread across campuses. Students led a successful divestment campaign against companies that did business in Sudan.

Following an impassioned speech in May 2006 by Nobel Laureate Elie Wiesel, the SDC became a powerful lobby and, Mamdani writes, “by 2007, the coalition had grown into an alliance of ‘more than 180 faith-based, advocacy and humanitarian organizations’ claiming a ‘130 million person network.’”

Almost none of the money raised by Darfur advocates ever reached the people in Darfur, however. With an annual budget of $14 million, derived primarily from foundation grants and individual contributions, Save Darfur employs a staff of more than 30, as well as a full-time advertising agency, M+R Services, based in Washington, DC. Expensive, full-page Save Darfur ads never corresponded to reality on the ground, Mamdani charges.

In fact, figures released by the World Health Organization (WHO) in 2004, the year the Save Darfur campaign was launched, stated that most of the dead were not direct victims of violence, that the main cause of death was diarrhea, reflecting “poor environmental sanitation.” Of course, Mamdani points out, these deaths may have been indirectly caused by violence because fighting delayed and sometimes deliberately obstructed the provision of emergency relief.

In fact, figures released by the World Health Organization (WHO) in 2004, the year the Save Darfur campaign was launched, stated that most of the dead were not direct victims of violence, that the main cause of death was diarrhea, reflecting “poor environmental sanitation.” Of course, Mamdani points out, these deaths may have been indirectly caused by violence because fighting delayed and sometimes deliberately obstructed the provision of emergency relief.

For its part, the Darfur lobby – including the U.S. Holocaust Museum – finally has acknowledged that the genocide in Darfur has ended. Undeterred, however, it has set its sights higher: on the entire country of Sudan (for the fragmentation of the largest Muslim country in Africa to benefit Israel).

About these ads

Leave a Reply

Please log in using one of these methods to post your comment:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out / Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out / Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out / Change )

Google+ photo

You are commenting using your Google+ account. Log Out / Change )

Connecting to %s