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[2011 Aug] Burying the Darfur Genocide Myth by Thomas
C. Mountain Genocide has and is being committed by the Ethiopian
regime of Meles Zenawi against the Somali people of the Ogaden, but there has
been no genocide in Darfur.....The Darfur genocide myth has for years been a
very useful smokescreen in helping to hide the most terrible crime in the world
today, the Ogaden Genocide.....Sudan is estimated to have suffered some two
million deaths during its decades-long civil war between the north and the
south. While peace has been slowing taking hold in Darfur, in the
Ogaden peace is a long lost memory. War, famine, and disease are spreading
across the Ogaden, and it is becoming a situation that is increasingly the norm
in growing areas of Ethiopia. While the western hucksters raked in beau coup
millions of dollars while peddling their “save Darfur” bunkum, Sudanese have
seen real peace on the ground take place in Darfur.
In contrast, Ethiopians, suffering under a regime that is the largest recipient of western aid in Africa, only see a future of growing ethnic and religious conflict, and worse, active programs of genocide. The problems developing in Ethiopia can invariably be traced back to the west, mainly the USA. The west, in particular the USA, is hell bent on keeping Africa in a state of crisis, the better to exploit. And the “save Darfur” lobby is all for bringing more violence to Africa under the guise of “humanitarian intervention”, while little of the over $100 million they collected ever reached the Darfur people it was intended for.
 Darfur $’s Funding West Bank Settlements By Thomas C. Mountain Only about 10% of the donations received ever made it to the Dafur refugees, with several millions ending up in Israeli bank accounts.
 Darfurism, Uganda and the U.S. War in Africa -
The Spectre of Continental Genocide by Keith Harmon Snow “Save
Darfur” is the predominant propaganda front running on Africa and it has
overwhelmed the public consciousness with deceptions. In this establishment
narrative Arabs on horseback, the Janjaweed, backed by the Sudan government
seated in Khartoum, are the purveyors of genocide. This mirrors the
establishment narrative of Rwanda, 1994, which said that the Hutus and the nasty
Interahamwe militias committed genocide against the Tutsis in 100 days of
killing with machetes. The Rwanda genocide narrative—combined with the narrative
about “humanitarian” intervention in Yugoslavia, where the final blow to
dismember the country came with the NATO bombing campaign—set the stage for the
Darfur genocide narrative.
All over the United States, Britain and Canada advocates and activists who claim to be concerned about human rights, and even those who otherwise would not get involved, have supported the “Save Darfur” movement, a political movement similar to the anti-Apartheid movement mobilized against South Africa in the 1980s. The “Save Darfur” movement has resulted in a huge outpouring of funds, and it has mobilized support from people in all walks of life, and across the political spectrum, on the “never again” platform of “stopping genocide.”
Hollywood personalities dubbed “actorvists,” including Mia Farrow, Don Cheadle and George Clooney, have helped to whip up the “Save Darfur” hysteria. From Elie Wiesel to Barak Obama, people are “outraged” by genocide that the Bush Administration, we are told, is reluctant to stop. And it is hysteria, in the true definition of the word, but it did not simply rise out of a sudden concern for a bunch of Africans in some far-off God-forsaken place (as it is portrayed).
At a “Voices for Darfur” fundraiser held on October 21, 2007 at Smith College in Northampton, Massachusetts, for example, the local chapter of the Congregation B’Nai Israel Darfur Action coalition, raised over $14,000 for “humanitarian” aid to Darfur. The B’Nai Israel Save Darfur Coalition had a broad array of public and organizational support, including other Jewish organizations, Smith College, Northampton Mayor Claire Higgins, Massachusetts’ Senator Stan Rosenberg and Representative Peter Kocot. The campaign organizers claim that “more than 90% goes to direct-on-the-ground AID.” Working with big humanitarian groups like Doctors Without Borders and Save the Children, it is impossible that 90% of funds will hit the ground in Darfur.14
Behind the “Save Darfur” movement are fundamentalist organizations and think tanks with a deeply nationalistic, militaristic, religious fundamentalist agenda. The Center for Security Policy, for example, supports the “star wars” Strategic Defense Initiative, Homeland Security—which is nothing more than expanding militarism and emasculated public rights—and the Biometric Security Project. The BSP centers around emerging biological technologies that will be used to register, identify, monitor, track and control each and every U.S. citizen. They call it “identity assurance,” it involves state-of-the-art recognition equipment, sensors and security technologies, and it is a central component of the evolving national security and “counter-terrorism” apparatus.15
The Center for Security Policy is the nerve center of the U.S. military and intelligence apparatus, a deeply nationalist, neoliberal think-tank and flak organization promoting the all-out attack against non-cooperative governments—dubbed “rogue states”—peripheral to Western economic control. These, of course, are primarily Iran, Iraq, Afghanistan, Yemen, Syria, North Korea and Cuba. Zimbabwe is a special case that has joined the list to some degree. What these states have in common is that they are all targeted for divestment by the Center for Security Policy brainchild, divestterror.org. Sudan is another of the “rogue states” targeted.
The establishment narrative on Darfur motivates U.S. citizens to take action to “Save Darfur,” thus facilitating popular support for heightened U.S. military involvement. The truth is that the United States military is already there, in its various incarnations, and the United States is involved in atrocities.
[2007 May] Darfur? It’s the Oil, Stupid… China and USA in New Cold War over Africa’s oil riches By F. William Engdahl
 Ten Reasons Why "Save Darfur" is a PR Scam to Justify the Next US Oil and Resource Wars in Africa