The U.N. Security Council has scheduled an emergency closed-door meeting on the coup in Sudan this afternoon.
Diplomats said late Monday that the consultations were requested by the United States, United Kingdom, France, Ireland, Norway, and Estonia.
The council is wrapping up a visit to Mali and Niger and is scheduled to return to New York early This afternoon, so the meeting has been scheduled for 4 p.m. EDT, the diplomats said ahead of an official announcement.
Sudan’s military seized power Monday, arresting the prime minister and other officials of the transitional government, sparking protests by thousands of demonstrators across the country demanding a return to civilian rule. The takeover threatened the country’s shaky progress toward democracy.
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This should raise everyone’s antenna here in our Diaspora and back in the old country. Mengistu’s replicas could be just lurking around under the radar waiting for the right moment. Even though I feel that I was lied to by Abiy’s top brass when they every one that Debre was so badly beaten to a point where he will never and ever be able to mount even a bar brawl, I still think he is the best choice to lead the country at this moment in that country’s history. Who else enjoy widespread support better than him? Opposition? Which one? Don’t start with me about the opposition! Please don’t!!!
Subject: UN Security Council to Discuss on Sudan, BY ZEHABESHA, OCTOBER 26, 2021
Humble Commentary, 26 Oct 2021
1. Quote: “The U.N. Security Council has scheduled an emergency closed-door meeting on the coup in Sudan this afternoon” Unquote
To do do what? To cook-up a way to keep them busy touring around the Globe: Of course the per diem is dangling in front of them
2. Quote:Diplomats said late Monday that the consultations were requested by the United States, United Kingdom, France, Ireland, Norway and Estonia.Unquote Well, the picture is clear where they are heading. It has been done so many times. Sudan is NOT the issue
3. Quote:Mali and Niger visiting Sudan Unquote It looks good to have two black ponies visiting Sudan as symbols that democracy is at work— internationally
4. Quote:Sudan’s military seized power Monday, arresting the prime minister and other officials of the transitional government, sparking protests by thousands of demonstrators across the country demanding a return to civilian rule. The takeover threatened the country’s shaky progress toward democracy.Unquote
Take over and create naive mass to appear angry — only to be dissolved after a day or so fooling the world
Africa with its dictators >> indigenous others of highest calibre >> humble ordinary down to earth citizens, who lost hope a long time ago, but latched to their honest politeness, obidience and love for their birthplace having no alternative in a land that is divided and chocked by ancient colonial powers that would never let go of Black Africa— NEVER, since they know the methods for the disintegration of the African PEOPLE thus owning the natural rich continent named AFRICA.
Dear Reader: Just look around and answer this simple question: who is killing who???; who is being an instrument to destroy the Black Race??? Is Africa responsible to itself ??? Why do Africans —even of the same country — liquidate each other???
Dear Black African Readers: Permit me to be CRUED for a moment. The responsibility of AFRICA falls on Black Africans — and Africans ONLY. African individuals who are struggling for their own self-benefits at the expense of the African people are nothing less than being categorized as (in view of lacking words) >>> THE CRIMINALS of TOP NOTCH CRIMINALS. THE END
Hey UN! Did you hear what other call it? It is not a coup! It is called a power grab, dummy!!! Get with it!!!!