Sudanese Advices!

The Sudanese advices here are not just for the purpose to promote the Sudanese intifada until the Sudanese people achieve victory over the Sudanese religious military regime of what's called the National Congress Party of Sudan.

In addition to that, the page includes a factual readout of the political problems in Sudan. It continues to analyize the overall deteriorating situation since the independence from Britain in 1956.

With the objective analyses of the development of the deteriorating political situation in the Sudan, the entire sequence of articles in this context foresees the Sudanese causes and the foreign causes of the political problems in the Sudan.

Anticipating the Sudanese political reality is urgent in the circumstances of the Sudanese revolution, because there are political powers that have been and continued to be one of the group of political problems in the Sudan.

That comes in reality because the political powers, I the Sudanese journalist Khaled Mohamed Osman am talking about in the Sudanese administration have failed a terrible failure since the day in which they have taken over the country from England in 1956.

In these lines I continue what I have mentioned on episode 9, the Sudanese Adversity, with its Arabic translation, "Sudanese political adversity", which in turn is a continuation of episode 8, the Sudanese Advantages and the Arabic version of the Sudanese political advantages.

The Sudanese advantages of politics make the Sudanese privileges of politics, all of which contribute to the Sudanese adversity. Rherefore, the Sudanese advantages is episode 8 in the sequence and the Sudanese privileges has a number, yet to com, when I continue with the episodes. 

So, you know by now that the Sudanese advices page is in a series of pages connected with each other, and each of which is a political episode in a Sudanese sequence of political articles that started with episode 1 at Sudanese Abilities.

The Sudanese Advices are in episode 10. This episode continues from episode 9, Sudanese Adversity, as I mentioned. It continues to episode 11, Sudanese Advocacy and some other episodes you can browse below.

Here is a special introduction to the pages of the Sudanese political sequence and some of its episodes, and then you can continue what I wrote on the Sudanese adversity.

Intro to Index 10, Episode 10: Sudanese Advices!

The series includes Sudanese political articles in English, Sudanese Arabic political articles, Sudanese commentaries and Sudanese comments, I and the loyal readers of the HOA Political Scene Newsletter have written on the HOA Political Scene Blog.

The Sudanese Commentaries and the Sudanese Comments are episodes in a Sudanese sequence of articles on the HOA Index. With the other episodes they make the HOA Network bilingual with the Arabic HOA and the English Bilingual HOA.

The readers have already built many categories on the Arabic HOA Political Scene at Readers Comment, Readers Read Good, Readers write Comments and Readers Write Good Comments.

The series of articles are in many episodes in a sequence of Sudanese articles and commentaries. This sequence alone has more than 200 episodes.

I am still working on the Sudanese sequence of political articles to complete it in an alphabetical and numerical order, as you see from the alphabet of the second term and the numbers.

It continues into episode 10 at Sudanese Advices, episode 11 at Sudanese Advocacy, episode 12 at Sudanese Affairs, episode 13 at Sudanese Affiliation, episode 14 at Sudanese Affliction, episode 15 at Sudanese Agreements, episode 16 at Sudanese Aggression and some other episodes.

The entry episode in the sequence, which is episode 1 is at Sudanese Abilities. Episode 2 is at Sudanese Absence. Episode 3 is at Sudanese Abuse. Episode 4 is at Sudanese Achievements. Episode 5 is at Sudanese Actions. Episode 6 is at Sudanese Activities. Episode 7 is at Sudanese Administration.

As well as Sudan, the work continues to build other sequences with episodes for the other states in the Horn of Africa, including Djibouti, Eritrea, Ethiopia, Kenya, Somalia, Somaliland, South Sudan, Uganda and other states that have something to do with this regional area, such as Chad, or Tchad and the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC).

This is a Horn Africas Network.

Sudanese Advices to Read the Root Causes of the Sudanese Political Dilemma!

In the last section on Sudanese Adversity your read some of the causes of the adversity in Sudan. That was exactly on the section titled "The Appearance of the Sudanese Adversity Due to Other Problems".

You read that the use of religion to form political parties and the use of religion in the politics in the state is the first phase of the Sudanese political adversity.

The policy of achieving political mentality absenteeism is the second phase of the Sudanese adversity. The Sharia Laws are the third phase of the Sudanese adversity.

Now here is the fourth phase of the Sudanese adversity and there might be other phases, you'll discover, before you read about below. This is a way to entice you to think... think... think.

And then, you'll get my mind.

The third phase of the Sudanese adversity, which was the Islamic Sharia Laws, was a pole. Moving forward in his pan-Arabist policies in 1980, Gaafar Nimeiry implemented the Sharia Laws in 1983.

He implemented these laws without any conscience under the supervision of the Islamic Convention Front, whereby Hassan al-Turabi, who was the head of the Islamic Charter Front, crowned the dictator Jaafar Muhammad an-Nimeiry as imam. The Arabs called him tiger.

The third government of the so called democracy in the Sudan, which was led by Sadiq al-Mahdi, the brother-in-law of Hassan al-Turabi was stuck on this pole. Sadiq al-Mahdi was not able to remove this pole, which his sister's husband has planted in the system.

Oh people, are we donkeys, or what?

I apologize to donkeys.

Sadiq al-Mahdi has been playing on this pole for many years, until his brother-in-law installed his second pole by on him using the elements of the National Islamic Front (NIF) in the Sudanese army to carry out a coup against al-Mahadi's government, which was unable to decide on the Sharia Laws.

That was and is still the main part of the political problems in Sudan.

The Muslim Brothers in Sudan are the fourth phase of the Sudanese adversity. Well, they should be the first phase, anyway. But, we take them here by their polices beside the Sharia Laws and as a political organization.

Here comes very strange phases of the Sudanese adversity made out of the fourth phase.

Sudanese Advices to Look into the Phases of the Sudanese Dilemma!

As soon as they began as Muslim Brothers, they put in place a conspiracy theory against Sudan. All the political events that followed in the Sudan and affected the Sudan's political scene are exposing this conspiracy, until this moment.

The Muslim Brothers conspiracy theory began by playing in the systematic grounds of politics, by resolving their organization every decade, renaming it by another name and making their way easier to come along with different tactics and strategies for each decade, to fit the demands of that decade.

This Islamic organization, which plays by foreign agendas and interests in Sudan is a satan. Period.

They changed the name to the Islamic Convention Front and used Jafar al-Numeri to carry some of their polices by implementing the Sharia Laws.

When the people of Sudan revolted in April 1985 to expel Gafar Numeiri, they encouraged one of thier allies in the Sudanese army to stop the Sudanese intifada, so they could break the Sudanese progressive power.

The Muslim Brothers' attempts since the day they started until now to break down the Sudanese progressive power is the fifth phase.

They did that also to enable the army officer to come with a cabinet to replace Numeri's regime. The army officer, Abdel Rahman Swar al-Dahab, who was the minister of defence in Numeri's regime became chairman of the transitional military council and surrender the power to Sadiq al-Mahdi.

They came with al Gizoli Dafallah, as prime minister and after that Swar al-Dahab who stopped the revolution and the PM were appointed  in high positions in the Islamic Call Organization.

This Islamic something in Sudan is the sixth phase of the Sudanese adversity.

When they removed the dictatorial regime, the Islamic Convention Front changed the name to the National Islamic Front, to play with other strategies during the period of Sadiq al-Mahdi's government.

That's what the Sudanese call "our oil is in our home".

The marriage relation between the Muslim Brothers and the Umma party is the seventh phase of the Susanese adversity.

During the times they changed the tactics and strategies, this political Islamic organization has shared part of the absenteeism of the mentalities with the Sudanese sectarian parties to keep the people of Sudan out of the know and ignorant in political issues.

The political Islamic organization also planned what I call burning the political stages in Sudan for the Muslim Brothers to remain in power. The Muslim Brothers have already done that by their tactics and strategies.

But, they didn't only burn the political stages in Sudan. They burned the sectarian parties with this policy, so as to be the only political power in Sudan and they succeeded when they came to the power by their coup, which was led by another army officer called Omar al-Bashir.

So, burning the political stages in Sudan and burning the sectarian parties is the eighth phase and planning to be the sole political power is the ninth phase of the Sudanese adversity.

They knew at that time when they achieved the military coup, that they have succeeded in making the Sudanese people fed-up of democratic governments. The coup itself was a point for the people to be fed up of the so called democratic governments. 

Aiming to deceive the people and making them fed-up of democracy is the tenth phase of the Sudanese adversity.

Continue the phases of the Sudanese adversity in this political lesson along with the Sudanese advices included at Sudanese Advocacy.

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