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HOA Political Scene 39 _________________________09 January 2011
This is HOA Political Scene 39! When a leader uses the streets language to address others, the people woke up to the fact that they have a leader they do not want, but they lack the ways to oust him.
The term of the street language in Sudan refers to bad language spoken by illiterate people, while good politicians with good national goals and well-educated people never use this language. The ruling party in Sudan uses this language frequently and that never dismays the public but dismantles its leaders from any Sudanese morality.
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Why the People of Sudan Still Hear this Language?
In this age, immaturity rules both the dictatorial religious regime in Khartoum and the southern leaders in Juba. No wonder, since we are talking about a country that has become the land of the wondering tragicomedy and where this tragicomedy shapes every aspect of living in that country we called once Sudan.
My daughter was singing in her room, while I was at this line; "The People We Love Have Departed, O, Ye, We Love Them!" That is a pure public Sudanese song, which could have so many political meanings. Just before that, she told me that she thinks they make politics real dirty game.
Well, to continue, I have never heard or read in my long professional life, such ugly words said by high staffs in any state like those words said by the so-called president in Khartoum and some leaders in the south.
The language they speak nowadays especially during the referendum to address each other, or the public, or some press conferences is streets language that only normal illiterate people use when they confront each other.
That is not the language of intelligentsia.
The so-called president spat on the faces of the leaders of the political opposition, when he said, "they can only oust us, if they can lick their elbows". Well, if tolerance goes this way, no one will ever find respect for himself as national political leader in the opposition.
In the northern-southern Sudanese front, this person said so many things that are not encouraging the unity of the country. It seems as if some powers have paid him to breathe all the hatred out during the referendum, in spite of his public speech to the south Sudan, to escalate the process of the secession of the south through the referendum.
Some leaders from the south have also played the same role escalating the language of hatred and especially when they spoke to the regional and international media about the concept of the Arabic cleansing, the international media uses since long time ago against; probably not only Sudan, but also the entire Arabic world.
We have mentioned here at the HOA Political Scene, that the so-called cleansing is not true and the problem in Sudan was and is still political problem created by the military coups and the sectarian governments of Sudan alike since the independence day, by creating the marginal regions, poverty, injustice and dictatorial systems.
Unfortunately, the two parties in the south and the north jump this simple fact to sing separately to their followers and mobilize them against each other and prepare them for the coming disastrous war after the referendum, whether the south chose to secede or not.
It is now very important that the national sincere intellectuals and motivated politicians work together to solve the immanent political disease and to stop the imminent disaster.
Enough is enough!
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