The Sudanese Advocacy that some Sudanese activists, some young people and I have always been giving through decades has mobilized the Sudanese masses towards winning the Sudanese intifada. Did they win anything?
There is not winning, even partially until this moment, because the totalitarian regime still appears to be in power. It is not in power officially, though because it has not any logical existence, in the daily life of the Sudanese people. This regime is dead factually, since long time ago.
Despite that, all of the Sudanese revolution is unable to expel its remains out of the ruling chair.
How weak we are?
why is the failure?
what's the revolution lacking?
Before getting to answers, there is an introduction to get to know the series of articles the following lines run through. The Sudanese Advocacy is episode 11 in a sequence of Sudanese articles.
It continues from episode 8 at Sudanese Advantages with the Arabic page of it at Sudanese Political Advantages, and episode 9 at Sudanese Adversity, with the Arabic page of it at Sudanese Political Adversity, and episode 10 at Sudanese Advices, with the Arabic page of it at Sudanese Political Advices.
The sequence of political articles and political commentaries started with episode one and continued through, as described with other episodes of the sequence on the following introduction.
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 epiosoes in a Sudanese sequnce 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 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 artilces 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.
The Sudanese political awareness that I have been doing and continued to do by giving out political lessons for the Sudanese public has contributed, among the contribution of some political activists, to mobilizing these masses in the Sudanese intifada.
My outspoken advocacy of the Sudanese protests has won many friends to the Sudanese people's revolution.
The Sudanese political advocacy I have offered to the Sudanese people in political lessons through decades of patience towards achieving the best Sudanese revolution ever, and I am still offering aims to mobilize the Sudanese masses to win the revolution.
We can do that by taking into consideration other methods, instead of only depending on peaceful demonstrations in Sudan. See ANNUMOR ALSUDANYAH, for this.
Thanks to other Sudanese political activists, including political organizations and young people who eat fire, the revolutionary advocacy along with the activities against the fascist religious military regime in Sudan have led to active public participation in the long-term Sudanese rising, which is still going on.
Again, we might not win the Sudanese uprising, until we take other methods in the revolution.
But, despite the Sudanese political advocacy... there are still shortcomings in this Sudanese revolutionary work that we are doing in many ways, as I explained.
As we observe the failure we see many reasons for it. I am the Sudanese journalist Khalid Mohammed Osman and I have explained all of this by the titles of:
"Invitation to Comment 104: سوء الإستخدام السوداني للسياسة Sudanese abuse of politics", "Invitation to Comment 105: لابد من تغيير جذري حاسم لميكانزمات الثورة السودانية", "Invitation to Comment 106: فشل الفعاليات السياسية الشعبية لإسقاط النظام السوداني", "Invitation to Comment 107: لماذا فشلت النشاطات السودانية في إسقاط النظام السوداني الشمولي?", Invitation to Comment 108: فشل النخب السودانية السياسية الحاكمة سابقاً", "Sudanese Political Advices: نصائح سياسية سودانية من أجل عيونك فقط يا حلو", "المزايا السياسية السودانية Sudanese Political Advantages", "المِحن السياسية السودانية Sudanese Political Adversity".
We know that any public political action like this can be frustrating in the long run if it does not lead to tangible results by removing the so-called Sudanese National Congress Party. We know that such revolutionary action needs more than peaceful Sudanese protests.
One of the reasons for the failure of the Sudanese rising is to continue in one way and not change that way, when you see that way over the long years did not achieve the objectives of the Sudanese uprising.
The revolution has not succeeded completely so far because there has not been an amendment to the approach of the Sudanese revolution, and it continues only as a peaceful revolution.
For this reason, I have made it clear in many ways that the Sudanese peaceful revolution alone is not enough to remove the totalitarian Sudanese regime, which is one of the worst dictatorships in Sudan.
The reasons for the failure of the dictatorial regime led by Ibrahim Abbud and the reasons for the failure of the dictatorial regime led by Jaafar Muhammad an-Nimeiry are almost the same, except for that Gaafar Mohamed el-Nimeiri has added the Sharia Laws to make the reasons of failure stronger.
The dictatorial regime of Omar al Basher also benefited more from the experiences of the Sudanese political parties and the failure of the Sudanese sectarian parties. So, the regime of Omer al-Basher uses all of that the regime has learned to remain in power as long as it can.
Although we see now and now only that the totalitarian regime did not benefit from some of these political lessons, because it continued to repeat the mistakes of those regimes, but, in fact it uses all the benefits from those political lessons in breaking the mechanisms of the masses when they revolt against it.
The Sudanese totalitarian regime began by what it has learned to use new mechanisms to curb the revolutions of Sudan. It also began to empty the mechanisms of the revolution and dismantel all the means of success.
The Sudanese regime learned even more when it cracked down on the Sudanese opposition by drawing the Sudan People's Liberation Movement (SPLM) into the Sudan's peace negotiations, which had achieved the Comprehensive Peace Agreement, which was nothing more than a comprehensive secession agreement for Sudan.
It was a secession agreements that had been signed with illegitimate regime, because it did not achieve any national goal more than paving the ground for the secession of southern Sudan through the so-called self-determination, through the referendum in southern Sudan, which the totalitarian regime knew that will lead to the secession of the South Sudan.
The peace agreement itself was felt by the Sudanese people, who became confused at the time. Prior to that, the Sudanese Comprehensive Peace Agreement led to the weakening of the Sudanese opposition by the departure of the Sudan People's Liberation Movement from then to complete the secession of southern Sudan and handed the Sudanese opposition over to the Sudanese regime to exercise political maneuvers to share power with it.
For all that, what we need so far is intensive political awareness to understand all these political issues, which I talked about a long time ago. For all this, the Sudanese political lessons here continue to move the Sudanese public forward, so as not to depend on the peaceful revolution alone and to adopt other methods in the Sudanese political struggle against the dictatorial regime, which will not be removed by peaceful demonstrations alone.
That's all to it. And again...
The Sudanese advocacy I am offering to the Sudanese people, in political lessons, through decades of patience, towards achieving the best revolution ever, aims to mobilize the Sudanese masses to win the revolution by taking into consideration other methods, instead of only depending on peaceful demonstrations in Sudan.
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