Four years of silence and oblivion have passed since the ominous day of the appalling and inhuman slaughtering of 400 Anuak by the pseudo-Christian gangsters and thugs of the Abyssinian tyrant Meles Zenawi.
In an earlier article under title ‘Christian Anuak Massacred by Neo-Nazi, Pseudo-Christian ‘Ethiopians’, we referred to the abhorrent event of December 13, 2003, drawing a brief portrait of the Anuak, and their struggle for Independence, Freedom and Dignity.
One of the Anuak political organizations is the Anuak Justice Council, who advocate for peaceful resolution of the Anuak Drama all the way through the formation of an independent Anuakland.
We urge every conscious citizen and every concerned human to visit the Anuak Justice Council website (http://www.anuakjustice.org) and become more acquainted with the horrible burden of the Abyssinian tyranny.
The Anuak Justice Council
In the case of the Anuak, the real face of the Abyssinian Amhara and Tigray Racism has been revealed in a most repugnant and barbaric way. To shed further light on the activities of the Anuak Justice Council that we call you to fervently support, we republish here an integral text – profile of the Anuak Justice Council
"The Anuak Justice Council, a 501(c)(3) organization, is a representative voice for the Anuak community worldwide. Our mission is to advocate peacefully for the rights and security of the Anuak wherever they live.
The Anuak are a small minority group in Ethiopia and Sudan, residing mainly in the Gambella region of southwestern Ethiopia. They have been the predominant landowners in the region for several generations, enjoying relative peace and coexisting with other minority groups, although tensions with the Ethiopian government over land ownership have existed for decades. The current regime in Ethiopia has not acted favorably toward the Anuak and over the last decade has become an increasingly oppressive reality for the Anuak.
On December 13, 2003, members of the Ethiopian military and other ethnic groups massacred more than 400 people in the town of Gambella. Since that time, the Anuak have continued to suffer genocide and other on-going crimes against humanity.
In the months following the December 2003 massacre, many Anuak expatriates felt scattered and powerless in their efforts to raise awareness of the oppression against their people and to help family members in immediate danger. Compounding this frustration was the lack of coverage of this tragedy by the international press.
As the atrocities continued, the urgent need for an organized voice for the Anuak became apparent, and in response to that need the Anuak Justice Council was formed. Representatives from the AJC have presented testimony to governmental bodies in the UN, the US, Canada and the European Union.
The AJC has also formed partnerships with international law groups to bring legal pressure to bear against the current Ethiopian regime in international court, and through contacts with other human rights organizations has been instrumental in initiating extensive investigations into the alleged crimes of genocide. Noteworthy among those investigations is the report by Human Rights Watch, a report that strongly implicates the Ethiopian government as a perpetrator of genocide.
The hope of the Anuak Justice Council is that with the help of pressure from the international community, a process of negotiation with the Ethiopian government can begin that would lead to a peaceful solution to the violence in Gambella, and ultimately to a safe and secure homeland to which the scattered Anuak can return".
The Monstrous Racism of the Pseudo-Ethiopians Highly Exposed
It is essential to pay attention to accusations of the tribal thugs of the Tigray Abyssinian gangster Meles Zenawi expressed by leading NGOs specialized in Human Rights Advocacy.
We republish here a background information text issued by the leading NGO Genocide Watch (http://www.genocidewatch.org/McgillAnuakjan04links.htm) under the title "The Anuak Genocide"; the insightful text was issued as a resource for Minnesota media only a few days after the Anuak Genocide took place (14 January 2004). It bears witness to the inconsistencies and discrepancies of our societies and governments, who knew and yet kept silent for 4 years.
In the light of this text, every support to the criminal gangsters who rule Abyssinia – fallaciously re-baptized ‘Ethiopia’ – cannot be considered but as an Anti-Christian and antihuman act that modern Western societies cannot tolerate, if they want to survive.
The Anuak Genocide
Issued by the Genocide Watch
"More than 1,200 members of the Anuak tribe of Ethiopia live in Minneapolis, St. Paul, and in southern Minnesota, having come as refugees to escape ethnic cleansing that has been carried out against their tribe over the past two decades. Including children born in this country to Anuak parents, the number of Anuak in southern Minnesota is well over 2,000.
On December 13, 2003, in by far the largest single incident in the genocide of the Anuak, more than 400 Anuak were killed by uniformed soldiers of the Ethiopian Defense Force, according to dozens of eyewitnesses. The killings have continued until this day and have caused more than 10,000 Anuak refugees to flee across the Ethiopia-Sudan border to the area near Pocalla, Sudan, where there is presently a humanitarian emergency due to low food and medical supplies.
On January 8, Genocide Watch, the widely-respected international NGO, put the Anuak massacre on their emergency list of ongoing genocides in the world. "The situation reminds me of Rwanda in 1993, when all the early warning signs were evident but no one paid attention," Dr. Gregory Stanton, president of Genocide Watch, has written.
The Minnesota media is an early warning system for this African genocide.