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    In Darfur, a region in western Sudan approximately the size of Texas, over a million people are threatened with torture and death at the hands of marauding militia and a complicit government. Genocide evokes not only the moral, but also, the legal responsibility of the world community. Under international agreement, a nation must intervene to stop a genocide when it is officially acknowledged.

    "Officially" is the key word here. So far, no nation in the international community has "officially" acknowledged the truth: Sudan is a bleeding ground of genocide. In this void, the Sudanese government continues to act with brutal impunity.

    Thankfully, there are individuals working in human rights organizations who are watching - and witnessing - and organizing, in support of the victims in Darfur. These individuals represent, for all of us, a personal capacity to bear witness to the passion of the present; one candle lit against the darkness.

    However, before one can light a candle, someone has to strike a match: a donation to any of the human rights organizations active in Sudan, contacting your government representative, local newspaper, radio and t.v. station. Our individual activism is essential for the candlepower of witness to overcome and extinguish the firepower of genocide.

    This world has long endured wars that take lives. Let us be part of one that saves them.

    About: The Passion of the Present site is a totally non-profit labor of love and hope - in peace. Thanks for joining the effort.

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  • Our name comes from an essay entitled "The Passion of the Present" that one of our grassroots founders wrote and circulated by email in March of 2004. The blog started at the Berkman Center at Harvard Law School.

    The editors are semi-anonymous in order to keep the focus on Sudan. This site is a resource for a blog-based information community now numbering several hundred interlinked bloggers and sites. Visitors come from around the world. Daily traffic ranges from just under a thousand visitors, to more than eight thousand on days when news attention peaks.

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nubianem

The genocide in Sudan and the expansionist agenda of the Semiticists is a threat to Western civilization. The prize is West Africa's uranium-producing nations by the Semiticists so they can use nuclear power to dominate the rest of the world. The prize is nations like Niger (with Muslims), Nigeria and others in West Africa. Sierra Leone, Liberia, both diamond-rich nations were part of the Semiticist conspiracy to cause confusion in West Africa so they can have diamonds to finance their agenda of world conquest and Semitization.

Unless the Africans, Europeans and others do not recognize that the genocide in Dafur, Sudan is a prelude to what will occur in Europe when the Semiticists and their allies get hold of nuke materials from nations like Chad, dominate the Red Sea with thier Allies from the East and Middle East, domiate oil and other materials in Africa and use their numbers to apply hegemony in the region, it will be too late by then.

Nations like China, Pakistan, France, Malaysia, the Oil congs., these Middle Eastern nations who want Sudan's water (Nile River) and oil as well as a place to throw their excess populations....these nations are supporting or sitting back and doing absolutely nothing about the racist genocide in Sudan.

Hence, the PURE BLACK NUBI-CUSHI peoples of Sudan who are not mixed with the Arabs blood, genes or culture have a tough job on their hands of returning all of Sudan to African rule. The fact is Sudan has been under attack since the 600's AD, when the Arab armies invaded and were defeated by Emperor Kalydosos of Nubia. For 800 years no Arabs were able to conquer Nubia-Cush so they filtered in as merchants and herders, slave raiders and infiltrators. During the 1500's they were finally able to gain a foothold and the racist genocide, forced Semiticization and sanctified racism seen today began.

However, this is merely a prelude to the overtaking of Europe and the domination of Asia and the Americas by the Semiticists. If Africans do not realize that Semitic colonialism is underway and that speaking a foreign invader's language, following his culture and religion and SITTING BACK WHILE HE IS COMMITTING GENOCIDE AGAINST OTHER BLACIS IS THE NEW COLONIALISM AND RACIST AGENDA, it is time Africans and the rest of the world wake up.

Read the history of Sudan, "The Destruction of Black Civilization," by Chancellor Williams, pub. by Third World Press, Chicago, Il.

Also read, "Susu Economics:The History of Pan-African Trade, Commerce, Money and Wealth," pub. by www.AuthorHouse.com

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