The "Revolutionary Affront" Groups Kampala Declaration
Sudanese Embassy UK: The "Revolutionary Affront" Groups Kampala Declaration
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9 January 2013 20:59, by Peacocktail
Worry now, you should be out of UK soon, SRF are gain recognition Worldwide. SUDAN is great mess now and terrible Shock as NCP continued to kills it own people. You should leave for frontline in Darfur or SK or BN and site to defeat the most energetic Forces.SRF loyalt to ISREAL, UGANDA,FRANCE and other freindly countries supporting democracy in Sudan shall swip NCP immediately, He is lying 2 medi
Ya Sudan Embassy in London/Khalid Al-Mubarak,
Take your gabbage to the dustbin of your National Criminal Party/NCP. Remember that NCP’s days are numbered. Believe me or not whether you describe the "New Dawn" held in Kampala as "Revolutionay Affront/Front". Did the "regime change" on June 30th, 1989 take place lawfully and peacefully, according to the constitution?
You are posted there to basically learn English as your second language in order to study why Western democracy is lauded and resonates with the peace-loving people not war criminals like your childless boss Omer Hassan Al-Bashir who will have no legacy and is wanted by the ICC. Bid SHAME to Sudan.
Hey Mr. Khalid,
Your reign is not good therefore,blame no one but on your internal governance. As it is said, you can use the hammer to nailing and removing the nails. The regime came into power by coup and as quit by force of course. Why are you extending the blames to Uganda? The word "Museveni’s Uganda" itself tells people that you ain’t using the right terminologies in international relations.
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