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SUDAN & SOMALIA

  • DARFURISM, UGANDA, & US WAR IN AFRICA
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    tHE SPECTRE OF CONTINENTAL GENOCIDE
    Published 29 October 2007 by keith harmon snow. (President Bush meets with Uganda's President-for-life Yoweri Museveni in the White House on October 30, 2007. Meanwhile, a broad swath of Africa is engulfed in interrelated genocides and covert operations involving both the U.S. and Uganda, there is a growing demand to probe the accounts of "Save Darfur" to find out how the tens of millions collected are being spent due to allegations of arms-deals and bribery, and the SAVE DARFUR movement has become the false flag action of the West, supported by most everyone, people who know little or nothing about what it is they are supporting. )
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  • THE UNITED STATES' WAR IN DARFUR
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    SAVE DARFUR MOVEMENT SUPPORTS WAR IN AFRICA
    Edited and published October 25, 2007, by the Daily Hampshire Gazette. The original OP/ED can be read here. (the situation in Sudan is grimmer than ever, and the Darfur conflict remains widely mischaracterized. Meanwhile, the "Save Darfur" advocates pressing military intervention in Darfur as a "humanitarian" gesture have escalated pressure in the face of mounting failures, including allegations that millions of "Save Darfur" dollars fundraised on a sympathy for victims platform have been misappropriated. )
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  • OIL IN DARFUR? COVERT OPS IN SOMALIA?
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    the New Old "Humanitarian" Warfare in Africa
    the "Save Darfur" and "Stop Genocide" campaign involves people on all sides of the political spectrum. Is there oil in Darfur? Who do we believe? And what about those U.S. covert forces in Somalia? Take a deeper look. (Published by the Centre for Research on Globalization, 8 February 2007 (link below). The HTML version on this web site is heavily footnoted, the Global research version is not. REVISED SLIGHLTY JUNE 19, 2007. - see also: http://www.globalresearch.ca/index.php?context=viewArticle&code=%20SN20070207&articleId=4717)
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  • TWO MAPS! BIG BIG OIL IN DARFUR!
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    EU & Petrochemical consultants MAP of DARFUR OIL
    the petrochemical industry's own MAP of oil concessions up for grabs on Sudan is posted by Traprock Peace Center below) and compared with the map posted by Dr. Eric Reeves on his own web site. An additional and more recent European Oil map of Sudan validates the 1997 version. Note that blocks 10,11, and 12 (Darfur) are up for grabs.
    (Numerous "genocide" experts have repeatedly misrepresented the situation in Darfur, claiming that there are no petroleum or other natural resources at stake in Darfur; this is patently false.
    - see also: http://www.traprockpeace.org/dafur_maps.html)

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  • OIL NOT THE ISSUE CLAIMS SUDAN EXPERT!
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    26 December 2006: PUBLISHED LETTER BY ERIC REEVES
    Read it for yourself and then gp back to the oil maps on this site. A 26 December 2006 letter to the editor by English professor Dr. Eric Reevs published in the Daily Hampshire Gazette maintains there is abosululety no link between oil and murder in Darfur, Sudan. (Adherents of the intervention line claim again and again that it is not about oil. When presented with the facts, they usually adopt the line that, well, it is simply not of consequence: Genicide is occuring, and we need to stop it, send in the troops. - see also: http://www.alertnet.org/thefacts/reliefresources/111885496661.htm)
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  • WAKE-UP AND SMELL THE OIL !
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    Challenge Western Purveyors of Perception Management & Slavery
    On October 3, 2006, New York Times correspondent Nicholas Kristof spoke at Amherst College. This article began as a letter/alert asking that people beware and challenge the party line that Kristof and Smith College Professor Eric Reeves are upholding. Kristof is also an advocate for multinational corporate slavery in Africa.
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  • Letter to the Editor: Response to B'Nai Israel Church Letter of 9/22
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    PUBLISHED LETTER: October 11, Daily Hampshire Gazette
    Genocide and human rights researcher Dimitri Oram responds to the Sept. 22 letter from local activists attacking the Sept. 15 OP/ED "Peacekeepers in Sudan? Lets Secure the Peace First" by Dimitri Oram and keith harmon snow.

  • Letter to the Editor: Response to 9/22 Letter by B'Nai Israel Church activists
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    UNPUBLISHED LETTER to the Daily Hampshire Gazette, Oct. 2, 2006.
    keith harmon snow responds to the September 22 letter from local B'Nai Israel Church activists attacking the September 15 OP/ED "Peacekeepers in Sudan? Lets Secure the Peace First" by Dimitri Oram and keith harmon snow. (the second of two letters to the editor (the first was published Oct. 11, see above) responding to accusations made by the local activists affiliated with the B'Nai Israel Church and Dr. Eric Reeves of Smith College. Letter is followed by supporting documentation. )

  • B'Nai Israel Church Challenges Sept 15 OP/ED PEACEKEEPERS IN DARFUR?
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    Published Letter to the Editor by Local Jewish Activist Group
    A 22 September 2006 letter to the Daily Hampshire Gazette, written by two members of the B'Nai Israel Save Darfur action group. These activists are aligned with the powerful Jewish Affairs Council, a national lobbying group, and they support Smith College English Professor and "regime change" in Sudan advocate Dr. Eric Reeves. (the authors claim the September 15 Gazette OP/ED was full of disinformation, but their letter makes outrageous claims about the situations in Sudan and northern Uganda. Please see the (2) rebuttal letters from the authors of the September 15 OP/ED. )
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  • Opinion/Editorial: PEACEKEEPERS IN DARFUR?
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    Let's Secure the Peace First
    An OP/ED published in the Daily Hampshire Gazette on Friday 15 September 2006. (War in Sudan is about access to natural resources, a fact that pro-intevention experts like Eric Reeves will not tell you. (But that is not all that Dr. Eric Reeves is hiding from us.) - see also: )
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  • DARFUR: Letter to the Christian Science Monitor
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    DARFUR & SMITH COLLEGE PROFESSOR ERIC REEVES
    2 September 2006: Smith College English Professor Dr. Eric Reeves continues to deny that the struggle for control of Darfur is a struggle for natural resources by western corporations and their proxy armies: oil, uranium, copper, sugar, and Gum Arabic resources in Darfur are pivotal to the ongoing campaign for "regime change" in Sudan. ( - see also: http://www.csmonitor.com/2006/0831/p20s01-woaf.html)

  • KPFA Radio: DARFUR (Part Two: 23 August 2006)
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    Intervention, Regime Change and the Politics of Genocide"
    Five different perspectives on the ongoing crisis in the Darfur region explore the ethical and political questions behind popular calls for humanitarian intervention and regime change in Sudan. Panelists include Co-Director of the IAC in New York, Sara Flounders; Professor of Anthropology, Dr. Elliot Fratkin; investigative journalist, Keith Harmon Snow; researcher on war crimes, Dimitri Oram; and Associate Professor of Anthropology, Enoch Page; and concludes with a panel discussion. This event on the crisis in Darfur was held on July 6, 2006 at Smith College in Massachusetts. ( - see also: http://www.kpfa.org/archives/index.php?arch=15782)

  • KPFA Radio: DARFUR (Part One: 16 August 2006)
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    Intervention, Regime Change and the Politics of Genocide
    Five different perspectives on the ongoing crisis in the Darfur region explore the ethical and political questions behind popular calls for humanitarian intervention and regime change in Sudan. Panelists include Co-Director of the IAC in New York, Sara Flounders; Professor of Anthropology, Dr. Elliot Fratkin; investigative journalist, Keith Harmon Snow; researcher on war crimes, Dimitri Oram; and Associate Professor of Anthropology, Enoch Page; and concludes with a panel discussion. This event on the crisis in Darfur was held on July 6, 2006 at Smith College in Massachusetts. ( - see also: http://www.kpfa.org/archives/index.php?arch=15665)

  • PANEL ON DARFUR:
    An Open Discussion on Intervention, Regime Change and War
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    6 July 2006, Smith College Nielson Library: This discssion can be heard through the web site of Traprock Peace Center and/or KPFA Radio's "Guns and Butter" show with Bonnie Faulkner. (Listen to the four speakers and responses from the Smith College panel discussion with Dr. Helan Page (UMass), keith harmon snow, Dimitri Oram, Dr. Elliot Fratkin (Smith College), and Sara Flounders (IAC). - see also: http://www.traprockpeace.org/darfur_intervention_070606.html)
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  • Open Letter About WITNESSING DARFUR
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    In Response to the 21 June 2006 Eric Reeves Fundraiser at Smith College
    this open letter was written and circulated by email prior to the June 21 event featuring Smith English Porfessor Eric Reeves, a former US soldier who traveled to Darfur, and a Darfur civilian; organized by the B'Nai Israel Church in the Pioneer Valley, Northampton (MA), the event organizers took few questions of significance, and Dr. Eric Reeves failed to answer those of significance that were asked. The fundraiser was a monumental success.
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  • the matrix: SUDAN
    :
    Depopulation and Perception Management
    the other side of the story of war for oil in Sudan that is never told involves the United States and covert operations. While this article focused on South Sudan, the situation in Darfur fits the general trend. (Published 2001, Pioneer Valley VOICE newspaper, Northampton, MA. )
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  • An Alternative Biography for Madeleine Albright
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    Smith College: 2003 Is Albright All Right? Committee
    An alternative and appropriate biography written for the IS ALBRIGHT ALL RIGHT COMMITTEE of the graduating class of 2003, prior to the commencement address of Madeliene Albright. (this alternative biography was handed out to all graduating seniors and their families at the 2003 graduation, to complement and balance out the laudatory bio produced by the college. - see also: http://www.smith.edu/newsoffice/Releases/02-073.html)

  • teach-Ins on Madeleine Albright
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    Smith College: 2003 Is Albright All Right? Committee
    Additional material on the true foreign policy impact of Madeleine Albright, presented at teach-ins prior to the commencement address of Madeliene Albright. (Prepared for the Is Albright All Right? Committtee of the 2003 graduating class of Smith College. - see also: http://www.smith.edu/newsoffice/Releases/02-073.html)

  • An Open Letter to Smith College Students Rallying to Help Darfur (Sudan)
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    the Road To Hell...
    the following letter was hastily composed and delivered by hand to Smith College students meeting to organize letter writing and banner campaigns urging President Bush to take military action in Darfur. The students fail to recognize that the US is and has been covertly militarily involved in Darfur for some time. (Darfur is about oil, but it is not only about oil. It is also about "regime change" and progressive groups in the US otherwise critical of US military warmaking pursuits are now advocating US military "involvement" to alleviate the humanitarian crises in Darfur -- which, this investigator contends, the US is at least partially, if not wholly, responsible for to begin with. The real tragedy is that due to the one-sided media bliztkreig about Darfur, good, caring people -- like these students -- don't have enough information to make informed choices. )
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