Quick Way to Stop the Killing

Forbes, Steve
December 2007
Forbes Asia;12/10/2007, Vol. 3 Issue 21, p15
The author suggests a solution to end the Sudanese government's genocide campaign. He condemns the bloody outrages being perpetrated against the inhabitants of Darfur, a region in Sudan. He notes that a number of civilians have been slaughtered, women have been violated and people have been made homeless. The terrorizers are Arab militias, quietly encouraged by the government. He argues that a simple way to bring about a quick end to the campaign is to contract a security firm such as Blackwater to send in hundreds of its people to get the job done.


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