Sudan has rejected a Darfur aid plan crafted by the Canadian government to send military advisers to the war-torn region, accusing Ottawa of not having consulted with Khartoum on the package.Mind you the Sudanese government is allowing and encouraging genocide within it's borders. Either way, I wonder how Canada intends to send military personel to Sudan without Sudanese approval? Could Canada be preparing to break out 'the stick'?
Despite Sudan's opposition, Canada said it would go ahead with plans to send military advisers.
Breaking out 'the stick' isn't bloody likely which is why I find this whole sharade by the Martin government laughable. The entire story concerning Sudan is a sad joke and our media isn't helping the situation. Every time an article refers to the Jahaweed as 'rebels' I want to reach through my computer monitor and choke the idiot who wrote it. And to make matters worse, our own government encourages this sharade by pretending to work with the Sudanese government.
Message to Mr. Dithers... the Sudanese government is the problem, not part of the solution.
But of course, to recognize that the Sudanese government is the problem would require Mr. Dithers to make some hard decisions and actually take a couple of risks. Unfortunately for the non-Arabs in Sudan, that isn't going to happen.