Michael Gerson, an ‘Israel-Firster’ and former speechwriter for Dubya Bush, who coined the pharase “Axis of Evil” – wrote in the Washington Post on December 10, 2010: “The Obama administration is on the verge of a major diplomatic achievement in Sudan. Barring technical failure that delay the vote, or unexpected violence, South Sudan will approve an independence referendum on Jan. 9. Six months later, a new flag will rise, a new anthem will be played. It is a rare, risky, deeply American enterprise; mid-wifing the birth of a new nation”.
Micheal, in his gleeful mood, though, avoided to mention that the Zionist-regime would have a new ally in Muslim Africa.
Both Hillary Clinton and former president Jimmy Carter have praised Washington’s ‘mid-wife’ part in resolving the Sudanese problem by facilitating the break-up of Muslim-majority (70%) Sudan. Jimmy Carter in his opinion piece in the Washington Post (February 2, 2010), however, exposed the Zionist-controlled media lie of southern Sudan being a Christian-majority region. He called the southern rebels: “non-Muslim revolutionaries” – which is much closer to the reality as the southern majority is animist (77%) followed by Muslims.
Even if the southerners vote for separation from the central government in Khartoum in the coming referendum – neocons’ (mostly Jewish) dream of destroying another Muslim country will not be as easy as their success in Iraq.
First – the southern rebels have not chosen a name for their country, nor an anthem and flag.
Second – who is going to pay for the return and resettlement of the estimated two million southern refugees in northern Sudan? Personally, I don’t think that will be a problem because the Israeli poodles in the Congress could easly squeeze a few billion dollars from the US taxpayers for the pleasure of the ‘Chosen People’ occupying another Muslim country not far away from Sudan.
Third – the borders between the ‘Old Sudan’ and the ‘New Sudan’ agreed upon by five-member panel on the US brokered Comprehensive Peace Agreement between Khartoum and the animist rebels – exclude the oil fields area of Abyei. The status of Abyei is certainly going to generate a military conflict between the ‘two Sudans’ for decades to come which would drag the two oil-thirsty nuclear powers (the US and China) into the conflict on either side.
Fourth – There are numerous tribal factins which are united against Khartoum for their fear of the Muslim-majority and the finacial support they receive from the US and Europe. Once they got rid of their common local enemy – they’re bound to grab each others’ neck as a tribal tradition.
The people of Southern Sudan must learn lesson from the past history of White colonists, sooner the better. The West has no interest in solving their problems. It’s only interested in exploiting the country’s natural resources while stopping the revival of the so-called “political Islam”. They should remember the fate of another ‘African Southerners’ (South Africa) who languished under apartheid for decades without arousing any human-rights interest in the West while Israel helped the Afrikans to maintain their racism against the African natives. It’s too early for the Southerners and their Judeo-Christian western supporters to hold celebrations for their giving birth to a new baby. Separation from Khartoum is one thing, being independent and managing their own affairs is quite a different ball-game, which they will discover in a hard way.