Panther et al:
At a time when the US is being urged, on the one hand, to exit Iraq quickly, if not sooner, why air (60 minutes) a section on the plight of the non-Islamic peoples of Sudan with two harsh implied criticisms noted to the effect:
1. The US does not care about the plight of the non Islamic peoples of sub Sahara Sudan and
2. That we should do something about this obvious Genocide beyond the providing of the 1/2 Billion dollars the present administration is providing in aid to the refugees of the Sudanese Government 's effective "pogrom" against non islamic Sudanese.
What would the " media exposers" of this Genocide have the US undertake, another military "adventure" (as they dub Iraqi Freedom)?
How does this "square" with the media's scorching criticism of the 1st Bush Administration's "abandonment" of the anti Saddam uprising immediately post Desert Storm?
Is this typical election year anti establishment criticism which says we should DO something when, other than increasing diplomatic and financial aid, the US can do little?
What do you think should be done?
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