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Sudan/Darfur is Test Case for Obama’s “Humanitarian” Aggression

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out of iraq into darfurby BAR executive editor Glen Ford



Sudanese President Omar Al-Bashir had no choice but to expel the western "aid" organizations that had merged with the American propaganda machine aimed at regime change in Khartoum. Obama operatives like UN Ambassador Susan Rice have for years been "eager to blockade Sudan's ports" and to launch "selective" bombing raids against Sudan. When imperial doctrine claims the right to intervene whenever disasters overtake sovereign countries - and proceeds to create and exacerbate those disasters - then no government is safe against regime change. President Obama "appears to be fine-tuning a ‘humanitarian' interventionist doctrine that is applicable to any point on the planet."



Sudan/Darfur is Test Case for Obama’s “Humanitarian” Aggression

by BAR executive editor Glen Ford

“Obama has not broken the American mold, but rather, appears to be fine-tuning a ‘humanitarian’ interventionist doctrine.”

Any government in the world that believes it has been targeted for regime change by the United States and its allies would be foolish to allow western-based nongovernmental organizations (NGOs) to operate freely in its territory. When Sudanese President Omar Al-Bashir evicted 13 western NGOs from his country last month, he was responding quite rationally to the clear threat of so-called “humanitarian” military intervention by the U.S. under the pretext of “rescuing” Sudanese in the war-torn Darfur region.

Under the Obama administration, a military interventionist doctrine is rapidly crystallizing around the concept of “Responsibility to Protect,” or R2P, which holds that nations have a responsibility to forcibly intervene when a state is judged to be unwilling or unable to protect or otherwise fulfill its responsibilities to its people – responsibilities that can be broadly or narrowly defined. United Nations Ambassador Susan Rice and Samantha Power, a member of Obama’s National Security Council, are leading advocates of a broad and unilateralist interpretation of R2P. Both are very close to President Obama, and can be assumed to reflect his thinking on foreign policy. And both are implacably hostile to Omar Al-Bashir’s government in Sudan. Rice is eager to blockade Sudan’s ports and to launch “selective” bombing raids.

“Almost the entire Arab and African world supports Sudan against the ICC.”

Secretary of State Hillary Clinton is also a hawk on Sudan, who talks of enforcing no-fly zones over Darfur. That’s the same policy the U.S. pursued against Iraq in the interim between the 1991 and 2003 wars. The logic leads inexorably to incremental invasion and regime change in Sudan.

The crisis exploded when Bashir was indicted for “crimes against humanity” – a step below formal charges of genocide – by the International Criminal Court (ICC), a body whose prosecutorial urges seem limited to Africa. As reported by IRIN, a news service of the UN Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs: “Almost the entire Arab and African world supports Sudan against the ICC, arguing it is a biased and political tool that only targets Africans and infringes sovereignty.” The African Union and the Arab League have long opposed ICC action against Sudan, on national sovereignty grounds and because an indictment could have been predicted to lead to disruptions in international aid to Darfuran refugees.

President Obama has dispatched a U.S. Air Force general as his special envoy to Sudan to deal with, in Obama’s words, the sudan“immediate crisis prompted by the Khartoum government's expulsion of non-governmental organizations that are providing aid to displaced persons inside of Sudan." Obama is reaching for the heights of hypocrisy. First, the United States is not a signatory to the International Criminal Court, fearing that its own numerous and constant violations of international law might land an American president in the dock, one day. Second, the entire purpose of U.S. policy toward Sudan is to create a crisis in hopes of toppling the regime and transforming the largest country in Africa – or big, dismembered chunks of it – into a client of the United States. Susan Rice can’t wait for her “Bomb, bomb, bomb, bomb, bomb Sudan” moment to arrive. Obama’s envoy/general would like to get an audience with his Sudanese military counterparts, and talk coup.

“Susan Rice can’t wait for her ‘Bomb, bomb, bomb, bomb, bomb Sudan’ moment to arrive.”

The American search for a pretext for “humanitarian” military intervention is perfectly understood by the Darfur rebel groups seeking to topple Bashir, who control the refugee camps in Darfur. No sooner had President Bashir kicked the western NGOs out, than “activists” in the 88,000-person Kalma refugee camp organized a “strike” against accepting aid from United Nations relief organizations. As the Los Angeles Times reported on March 21:

"’We want the international [aid groups] back,’ said Ali Abdel Khaman Tahir, the chief sheik at Kalma, speaking by telephone because the government is refusing to allow journalists in the camp, which is on the edge of Nyala, the capital of Southern Darfur province.

"’If we allow them to distribute the food, then the government will be able to say to the world that everything is OK in Kalma,’ said Mubarak Shafi, a camp activist. ‘We want all the other problems solved first.’"

The “problems” the “activist” refers to are political, ultimately devolving to autonomy or independence for the region. The rebel groups are intimately involved with U.S. allies in the region and western individuals and NGOs attached to the aid effort. In accordance with Washington’s wishes, the rebel-led refugees demanded that their pipelines to western media, the NGOs, be allowed back in. Food and medicine were not the issue. Nor is refugee relief a priority of the Obama administration. It’s all about regime change.

“The rebel groups are intimately involved with U.S. allies in the region and western individuals and NGOs attached to the aid effort.”

The Justice and Equality Movement (JEM), a major rebel faction, has offices in Tel Aviv. ABC News reports that “Israel has conducted three military strikes against targets in Sudan since January in an effort to prevent what were believed to be Iranian weapons shipments from reaching Hamas in the Gaza Strip.” The alleged Gaza/Iran connection is for western consumption. In fact, Israel is in the vanguard of U.S. clients, including Uganda, Rwanda, Kenya, Ethiopia and Chad, that connive to dissolve the Sudanese state.

When “humanitarian” intervention and “Responsibility to Protect” are the watchwords of superpower imperial destabilization policies, no targeted nation can afford to host western “aid” groups that feed the propaganda machines of aggressors. Ethnic and other conflicts in Sudan are quite complex (see Mahmood Mamdani, “What's Really Happening In Darfur?” BAR), and the numbers and nature of mortality in Darfur are in serious dispute everywhere except in the U.S. corporate media. The Washington narrative is constructed for the sole purpose of overthrowing the Sudanese government.

States will do whatever is necessary to preserve themselves, and in Sudan’s case, that meant the western echo-operatives in the “aid” industry in Darfur had to go. The U.S. knew full well that its destabilization campaign against Sudan would ultimately achieve just such a result.

“The Washington narrative is constructed for the sole purpose of overthrowing the Sudanese government.”

The United Nations has also adopted a form of R2P, which authorizes the UN Security Council to intervene in the affairs of individual states when "national authorities [are] manifestly failing to protect their populations from genocide, war crimes, ethnic cleansing and crimes against humanity.” But the United States cannot count on manipulating the UN Security Council, which includes China and Russia, to achieve its narrow imperialist goals – in this case, regime change in Sudan. The Americans are unilateralists. They can’t even bring themselves to join the International Criminal Court – although they revel in its indictments of Africans. Obama has not broken the American mold, but rather, appears to be fine-tuning a “humanitarian” interventionist doctrine that is applicable to any point on the planet where crises can be exploited to create chaos worthy of the Lone Ranger’s armed attentions.

Call it Disaster Imperialism.

BAR executive editor Glen Ford can be contacted at Glen.Ford@BlackAgendaReport.com.

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The "Nintendo" Policy: Drone attacks = War Crime

As Americans grow increasingly enamored in their ability to kill impersonally, the MSM neglects to report the human toll of the so-called "pin-prick" drone attacks carried out by Bush, escalated by Obama, and performed by those "cool" 22 year-old enlistees.  Chris Floyd writes about the humanitarian crisis resulting from the drone attacks, and how it is radicalizing and destabilizing Pakistan.  Isn't it exciting even breathtaking to see "Smart Power" in operation, the Propaganda pages of the West showering rose petals on Obama as hundreds of thousands of Af-Paks are uprooted from their homes and displaced as a result of the drone attacks and the Pakistani's government duplicity.  Newsweek and CNN will assure you Obama is a "rock star" mesmering the Western and Muslim world with his wit and charm.  They won't interview victims or families displaced by the drone attacks (they are all "terrorists" anyway) nor tell you that US approval ratings are in the single digits in Pakistan (you know the Muslims, not AQ, that have nuclear weapons).  Oh yeah, the world is infatuated with Barack Obama, winning hearts and minds in Af-Pak.  No doubt the IMF loans will trickle down to the masses.  Enjoy your viewing tee vee fans as the world goes to hell in a hand basket.  "Good Friday" to you as the "Christian Soldiers" march on under the guidance and direction of those most able "Smart Power" aficionados.
 
http://www.chris-floyd.com/
 
"While the usual gaggle of sycophants and media hive-minders -- along with some ordinarily perspicacious analysts -- tell us that Barack Obama literally changed the course of human history by disgorging a great load of thrice-chewed cud about nuclear disarmament in Prague this week, the high-tech drone war the great hero of peace is waging inside the sovereign territory of America's ally, Pakistan, is helping drive tens of thousands of people from their homes and killing civilians almost daily.
The targets -- we are told -- are "militants" of various stripes, but of course the robot drones -- often controlled by "pilots" safely ensconced on military bases thousands of miles away, often in the leafy suburbs of the Homeland itself -- cannot climb down out of the sky, walk through the ruins, and identify the dead. Pakistanis on the ground can see the bodies, however; they are the ones pulling out the viscera-smeared corpses of women and children -- and innocent men as well; contrary to the near-universal belief among America's bipartisan Terror Warriors, every adult male of Muslim background is not a terrorist, and their deaths by drone do not automatically constitute a successful "kill" of a militant.

In considering the ramifications of Obama's escalation of the drone war, we understandably tend to focus on the individual attacks themselves: pinpoint, quickly in, quickly out, over and done with. And even if we denounce the inevitable "collateral damage" when a house or group of houses is destroyed, or when the wrong target is struck, the small scale of each individual attack still leaves the impression of a contained, localized phenomenon. But this is a gross distortion of the reality. For the purpose and nature of a terrorist attack is not just the destruction of an immediate target; the point is to engender widespread fear and chaos: Where will the next strike come? When will it come? Who will die next time?

(And make no mistake: a drone assault on an isolated, defenseless village is a quintessential terrorist attack, designed to induce terror, punish the enemy and force change by deadly violence. It is in no way comparable to any traditional notion of honorable combat. It is simply industrialized, corporatized, computerized slaughter.)

So the effects of Obama's drone war are not limited to the few houses destroyed here and there. The attacks have spawned, or greatly added to, a humanitarian catastrophe that remains largely hidden from the world -- and certainly from the well-wadded Western "liberals" who cheer Obama's savvy toughness in the "good war" on the Af-Pak front. As The Times reports, almost a million people have been driven from their homes in Pakistan's Tribal Areas to escape the American drones, and the bombs of Washington's Pakistani proxies:
 
So far 546,000 have registered as internally displaced people (IDPs) according to figures provided by Rabia Ali, spokesman for the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees, and Maqbool Shah Roghani, administrator for IDPs at the Commission for Afghan Refugees. The commissioner’s office says there are thousands more unregistered people who have taken refuge with relatives and friends or who are in rented accommodation.

Jamil Amjad, the commissioner in charge of the refugees, says the government is running short of resources to feed and shelter such large numbers. A fortnight ago two refugees were killed and six injured in clashes with police during protests over shortages of water, food and tents."
 

who would benefit from this Sudanese horror?

The pro-Obama infotainment media are sure doing a bang-up job discussing this story, and the truth of the G20 summit, aren't they?
 
Thanks to BAR we have good perspectives available, ones that aren't afraid to ask what is Mr Obama's real agenda, and who are the real beneficiaries of that agenda.
 
Earlier today, someone suggested to me that this Sudanese conflict has to do with something Israel wants.  Now, I'm not one of those who thinks Israel makes the USA do her bidding; I believe it's the other way around.  So when someone tells me that Israel is the true beneficiary of this effort, I tend to think the usual -- that Israel is interposed to take heat off the USA.
 
One of the things suggested to me was that there are agricultural interests and water interests in play.  If that's true, I tend to think this would be for the CIA to run opium poppy crops to defeat Afghanistan's hold on that crop.
 
Just something to think about.
 

Bed Time Reading for Bonzos

Juan Cole:  "Ten Ways the US is turning Afghanistan into Iraq." (Thanks Mr. Continuity with Bush).
 
http://www.juancole.com/2009/04/top-ten-ways-us-is-turning-afghanistan.html
 
Stephen M. Walt, "The Af-Pak Muddle",
 
http://walt.foreignpolicy.com/posts/2009/04/03/the_af_pak_muddle
 
"Look at this way: We have enough trouble getting reliable, efficient, and corruption-free government here at home (think Rod Blagoevich, Jack Abramoff, or the State Legislature here in Massachusetts, where the past two speakers had to resign in the face of scandals). So what makes us think we can root it out on the other side of the world? For that matter, what is the model of political transformation that we are selling to the world, given our inability to rebuild or restore deteriorating American cities like Detroit, and the serious problems of governance we observe in states like California? And that's in our own country, which we probably understand fairly well. To imagine that we know how to manage the politics of more than 200 million people in Afghanistan and Pakistan -- who are themselves divided into a diverse array of clans, tribes, and sects -- is the very definition of hubris."
 
I can hardly wait to see what they put on the teleprompter for Boy Wonder when the Af-Pak strategy blows up in his face?
 
 

Bed Time Reading for Bonzos

Juan Cole:  "Ten Ways the US is turning Afghanistan into Iraq." (Thanks Mr. Continuity with Bush).
 
http://www.juancole.com/2009/04/top-ten-ways-us-is-turning-afghanistan.html
 
Stephen M. Walt, "The Af-Pak Muddle",
 
http://walt.foreignpolicy.com/posts/2009/04/03/the_af_pak_muddle
 
"Look at this way: We have enough trouble getting reliable, efficient, and corruption-free government here at home (think Rod Blagoevich, Jack Abramoff, or the State Legislature here in Massachusetts, where the past two speakers had to resign in the face of scandals). So what makes us think we can root it out on the other side of the world? For that matter, what is the model of political transformation that we are selling to the world, given our inability to rebuild or restore deteriorating American cities like Detroit, and the serious problems of governance we observe in states like California? And that's in our own country, which we probably understand fairly well. To imagine that we know how to manage the politics of more than 200 million people in Afghanistan and Pakistan -- who are themselves divided into a diverse array of clans, tribes, and sects -- is the very definition of hubris."
 
I can hardly wait to see what they put on the teleprompter for Boy Wonder when the Af-Pak strategy blows up in his face?
Unfortunately for us, it won't be that funny.
 

The Two-Faces of Obama, Professional Liar

Justin Raimondo on the oil-slick salesmen, Barack Obama' and his gift for saying one thing and meaning quite another. 
http://original.antiwar.com/justin/2009/04/05/the-two-faces-of-barack-ob...
 
"The Janus-faced American hegemon speaks out of both sides of his mouth, and in two voices: one for the masses, who delight in his soaring idealism and seeming ability to express their deepest aspirations, and one for the elites, who hear a promise of continuity rather than change."
 
"Obama giveth with one hand, and taketh away with another – smiling that oil-slick grin the whole time. Although I agree with the sentiments of the Czech woman cited above, the Obama method goes way beyond mere hypocrisy. It is a conscious technique of inverting the true meaning and intent of his policies."
 
"The ruling elites of this country, confronted by the specter of a rising populist anger, have found in President Obama a subtle and skillful anger-management expert. For years they’ve been frustrated in Washington, as their efforts to fight a spreading war met increasing resistance from the American people. Divine Providence smiled down on them, however, as Obama suddenly appeared out of nowhere. Here was an "antiwar" candidate who said we’ve been fighting the wrong war all along – and, upon taking office, immediately rectified that by sending 21,000 more troops to the wilds of Central Asia.
 
What a godsend to the War Party Barack Obama is! As he moves toward confrontations with Iran, Russia, and Pakistan, and continues to unnecessarily irritate China, Asia’s sleeping giant, the media portray him as the Great Peacemaker. As the mask slips, however, and the reality becomes all too apparent, how will his "progressive" supporters react? Will they rise in protest, or sign on to Obama’s war?
Stay tuned to this space for the answer…"
 
 
 
 
 

The "Bonafides" of a Timid, Stupid Blank Slate

It's hilarious to watch this mental midget ply his rock star looks in Europe.  These stupid pricks parading as "progressive" pundits and journalists can only talk about how well and wonderful the "Empty Suit" makes "Strunk and White" proud. Thanks to the Right Wing media (that includes WaPo and NY Times) the silly Americans think the world is enthralled with Obama when the reality is that they are bowed by the dollar as a fiat currency. Big Ups! to the thousands of protestors who greeted his arrival on British soil.  The more I watch this Spokesman in action the more he makes me sick, due in no small part to his ability to woo the average dumb American who are tickled to death at his virtual town hall meetings and his ability to lie so melodically.  Most think he's doing a good job despite transferring $8 Trillion to the financial sector with no "lessening" of the credit markets in sight.  But fear not, tee vee fans, the Dow went up along with unemployment statistics.  I wonder which "stat" will be higher come June, when the auto industry is in the full thrall of bankruptcy? Will "downsizing" bring another million to the unemployment lines?
 
But getting back to foreign policy, I said more times than I remember that Obama's foreign policy moves were worse, dumber than GWB and would define his presidency.  I also said, the military industrial complex will gobble up any resources the public (in their wettest of dreams) believed Obama would deliver. And last, was it not evident that the cancer that is Zionism in Israel would continue to metastasize until now even Bill Gates declares he wouldn't be surprised if Israel attacked Iran?  They've already carried out a brazen attack in Sudan.
http://www.jpost.com/servlet/Satellite?cid=1238562884999&pagename=JPost%...
 
OToma is a disaster in waiting, and the wait won't be long.  President Tom Thumb is in way over his head, he keeps thinking that his facility at reading teleprompters and the aiding and abetting of a compliant press will change the stark realities on the ground.  OToma's ESCALATION in Afghanistan and Pakistan is doomed to failure and is prone to bankrupt the US of A EVEN MORE THAN IT IS.  The rest of world realizes American Aggression is funded via the dollar as a fiat currency as much as they realize the US is responsible for this financial debacle.  Europe and Latin America, and China are signaling changes are in the wind.  Will they dump the fiat currency before we dump our militarism?  Gen. Pfaff and Pepe Escobar break down Obama's folly and foolishness with laser precision. 
http://original.antiwar.com/pfaff/2009/04/02/the-long-war-will-be-as-poi...
 
http://www.atimes.com/atimes/South_Asia/KD02Df03.html
 
It's gonna be a long hot summer, not just because of global warming friends, but because of Boy Wonder's infatuation with his voice and because of his empty intellect and principles. Butt Boy is primed to show his "manly" bona fides by escalating a disastrous war fighting about 3,000 A Q members in Afghanistan, the rest Pashtuns whose tribal lands straddle Pakistan.  What a stupid M*****r F*****r, a pea brained idiot!  As Gen. Pfaff says, "Why are we sending 17,000 troops if all we are fighting is AQ?"    And don't be surprised that as Israel bears down on Iran the phony ass "surge" (ESCALATION) in Iraq starts to unravel at breaktaking speed.  Seems as if Boy Wonder was so concerned with AQ he might be interested in knowing that they are apparently conducting job fairs in Iraq with the disgruntled Sunnis we are no longer bribing.
But don't worry, after all the "Smart Power" Gang headed by Boy Wonder disdained asking for a National Intelligence Estimate before launching their foolish, dumb-as-hell ESCALATION in Afghanistan.  So much for those Harvard Intellectuals, huh?
 
http://news.antiwar.com/2009/04/02/sources-al-qaeda-recruiting-disenfran...
 
 
 
 

Sudan

 
Little wonder that most of today's “war criminals” hail from Africa.  When it comes to the real war criminals, those who started wars of aggression in Algeria, Viet Nam, Iraq, etc., leaving millions of innocents dead in their wake, not to mention the ethnic cleansing of Palestinians, the language of war crimes undergoes an incredible mutation as to be unrecognized.  Is it mere coincidence that most of the criminals involved in these horrendous crimes belong to the White power elite?  It is a case of foxes guarding the chicken coops.  Truth of the matter is all the dirty politics may be related to the newly found oil in Sudan.  Worse, it is the Chinese who got to it and not the Americans, who lay arrogant ownership claims to the world’s natural resources.
 

MJPC to MONUC and Kabila: Enforce the ICC Arrest Warrant Agains

MJPC calls upon the Congelese Government and MONUC to act decisively to enforce the outstanding arrest warrant against Bosco Ntaganda.
The  Mobilization for Justice and Peace in the Democratic Republic of the Congo (MJPC) today called on the Congolese Government and the UN's peacekeeping force in DR Congo, which is known as MONUC to act decisively to enforce the outstanding arrest warrant issued by the International Criminal Court (ICC) against Bosco Ntaganda.
 
Shocked and outraged by recent report by BBC that an indicted ICC war criminal is playing a leading role in the UN mission in the DR Congo, the MJPC  is strongly urging the UN Security Council and the entire international community to put pressure on the Congolese Government and MONUC to enforce the ICC outstanding arrest warrant against Ntaganda as soon as possible. "While it seems  absurd that the 17,000 UN troops in Congo have not yet taken steps to enforce the ICC arrest warrant against Ntagada, it is alarming and even horrifying that they are engaged incoordinating military operations with someone  accused of committing war crimes and crimes against humanity of inconceivable magnitude", said Amede Kyubwa,  Executive Director of MJPC.
 
"Unlike other countries where there are ongoing investigations on cases of war crimes and crimes against humanity, the ICC has the power to enforce its arrest warrants in the Democratic Republic of Congo because of the 17,000  peacekeeping soldiers of the UN in the country,  but so far these troops have not yet made attempts to arrest Ntaganda despite knowing his whereabouts and coordinating military operations with him. Warrant issued by the ICC must be respected and enforced by MONUC and  Government of  Congo" added Mr Kyubwa.
 
Ntaganda is accused of several war crimes and crimes against humanity including: the massacres of 150 people in the town of Kiwanja in 2008 in his duties as  military chief of staff of the National Congress for the Defense of the People (CNDP),  torturing and killing of hundreds of civilians of Lendu and Ngiti ethnicity between August 2002 and March 2003 when he was chief of military operations of the Union of Congolese Patriots (UPC), slaughtering of at least 800 civilians on ethnic grounds at Mongbwalu, including the first priest killed in the Ituri conflict, Abbe Boniface Bwanalonga, killing of a Kenyan UN peacekeeper in January 2004 and  kidnapping a Moroccan peacekeeper later that year, and recruiting child soldiers in the eastern region of Ituri. The MJPC is strongly urging the Congolese  Government and MONUC to execute the arrest warrant issued by the ICC against Ntaganda.
As part of its global campaign against impunity in Congo, the MJPC  has set up an online petition which can be signed at http://www.gopetition.com.au/online/24459.html  asking concerned citizens around the world to demand the UN in Congo Mission known as MONUC and the Congolese Government  to act decisively to enforce the ICC outstanding arrest warrants against  Ntaganda.
 
About MJPC
MJPC  is a nonprofit organization working  to add a voice in advocating for justice and peace in the DRC particulary in the east of DRC where thousands innocent civilian including children and women continue to suffer massive human rights violations while armed groups responsible for these crimes go unpunished 
 
For more information about  the  MJPC and its activities, visit http://www.mjpcongo.org. or call Amede Kyubwa  @ 916 753 5717 or e-mail: info@mjpcongo.org . The online petition calling on the Congolese Government and MONUC to act decisively in enforcing the outstanding ICC arrest warrant against Bosco Ntaganda can be signed at http://www.gopetition.com.au/online/24459
                                                                           
 

4.4.09 NYC - March: End Obama's Imperialst Wars/Occupations NOW!

4/4 SAT, 11 am - March: End Obama's Imperialist Wars & Occupations in Palestine, Iraq, Afghanistan & Pakistan NOW! National mobilization on anniversary of Dr Martin Luther King's historic speech against the war in Vietnam at NYC's Riverside Church. Address the economic crisis by cutting military spending. Meet at Leonard, Franklin & White St, btw B'way & Lafayette St (6 to Canal St-Lafayette St, J to Canal St-Centre St, N/Q/R to Canal St-B'way); march to Stock Exchange on Wall St. Sponsor: United For Peace & Justice (UFPJ). Info: http://www.unitedforpeace.org/article.php?id=4027



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