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Article compiled  by: White Nation  correspondent London  –April 15  2017





WHITES in general have to hear on a daily basis how “racist” they are. However– it appears that whites are too complacent with their “racism” by far- and have a LOT of catch-up to do compared what the Arabs and Africans themselves are doing in Libya! African and Arab slave traders are running active slave markets in Libya, dealing in blacks trying to cross the Sahara Desert to invade Europe, it has emerged. Yet our Jew-controlled mass media –as always– have this eerily attacks of laryngitis about it ( “selective racism ” they call it as only whites can be “racist.” This apparently is only “good democratic business” when Arabs and blacks do it themselves. Apartheid still was worse.) 

The slaves are used as forced labor until their families pay ransoms, with communications done by cell phone networks, and money transfer companies such as Western UnionAccording to a report by the United Nations’ International Organization for Migration (IOM), their staff in Niger and Libya have documented hundreds of cases of blacks being captured and sold in slavery while trying to get to Libya.

According to the IOM Operations Officer in Niger, one case involved an African from Senegal who had been captured by slavers but later freed, and had returned home after being held captive for months. According to this Senegalese national, he had set off north to the town of Agadez, Niger, where he was told he would have to pay US $320 to continue north toward Libya.

A trafficker provided him with accommodation until the day of his departure, which was to be by pickup truck. It took two days to cross the Sahara, he said. When the pickup reached Sabha in southwestern Libya, the driver insisted that he hadn’t been paid by the trafficker, and that he was transporting the invaders to a parking area which had obviously been predetermined. There, the IOM account continued, the Senegalese national saw that they had been dropped off at a slave market.

The Africans were being sold and bought by Libyans, with the support of Ghanaians and Nigerians who work for them, the IOM report said. The Senegalese national was sold and then transported under duress to his first prison, a private residence where more than 100 other African slaves were being held. He said the kidnappers made the invaders call their families back home, and they often suffered beatings while on the phone so that their family members could hear them being tortured. In order to be released from this first house, the Senegalese national was asked to pay US$480—an amount he could not raise.

He was then sold to another Libyan, who brought him to a bigger prison, where a new price was set for his release: US $970, to be paid via Western Union or Money Gram to someone called ‘Alhadji Balde’ in Ghana. According to the IOM account, the Senegalese national managed to get some money from his family via mobile phone and then agreed to work as an interpreter for the kidnappers, to avoid further beatings. Some of the invaders, he said, who couldn’t pay were killed, or left to starve to death.

The Senegalese national said that when one of the slaves died, or was released, the kidnappers returned to the market to buy replacements. He also said that female invaders were bought at the market and brought to the prisons to be sex slavesAn IOM staffer said that the African slaves who had been released all reported being sold in squares or garages in Sabha, either by their drivers or by locals who then forced them to work.  


Slavery is against the law in Sudan, and only “the white man, decades ago”, took slaves, it says. In practice, the government uses the militias to destroy villages and terrorize entire communities. It turns a blind eye to raiding for captives as “war booty” to be kept in servitude or sold. Simon Aban Deng is a Sudanese human rights activist living in the United States. A native of the Shilluk Kingdom in southern Sudan, Deng spent several years as a child domestic slave in northern Sudan. At nine he had been taken to Northern Sudan by Abdullahi, an Arab neighbor, enslaved for three and a half years by Abdullahi’s family. He was beaten, worked constantly, slept with the animals and ate leftovers. 

He was one of thousands of men, women and children from the south sold into slavery in the north as concubines, domestic servants, and farm laborers. In 2008, a member of the Sudanese Parliament in Khartoum estimated that at least 35,000 were still enslaved in the borderland of Northern and Southern Sudan. Many of the slaves were Christians taken north and forced to convert to Islam or die. Their faces were branded. Deng has been talking about his experiences after living as a free man for more than 20 years. It was shame that kept him quiet. But living in America he developed the courage to speak when he read about slaves in Sudan being bought for $10.00. According to Deng about 4 million innocent men, women and children were slaughtered from 1955 to 2005 in South Sudan. Seven million were ethnically cleansed and they became the largest refugee group since World War II.

Jok Madut Jok in his book War and Slavery in Sudan goes against conventional wisdom and says that the practice of slavery in Sudan is not the result of civil war, or over natural resources, but rather the result of hostilities between the Islamic world to the north and the Black African peoples in the south, many of whom are Christian converts.

“The Arab slave-takers pick their victims based on race, ethnicity and religion and consider the blacks in the South to be inferior infidels.This contempt for a race, an ethnicity a religion, is not new. For me it is devastating that we refuse to learn from the past-from the Armenian genocide, the Holocaust, Rwanda. When we allow others to redefine the meaning of human we open the door to unspeakable horror. “ That door was opened in the early 90s in Sudan by what Deng calls the “Khartoum jihad “ that legitimized slaves as war booty. It is estimated that 200,000 were kidnapped and brought North and sold into slavery.

Historically, the Arabs invaded the North of Africa and converted the indigenous people to Islam. In Deng’s view the Islamists in Khartoum don’t view the Darfurians, who were invaded by the Arabs and converted to Islam, to be Muslim enough. And that has led to what he calls the genocide of his people. “When I hear this I am reminded of the Conversos in Spain in the 1400s. With the onset of the Spanish Inquisition, those Jews who had converted to Catholicism to avoid expulsion or death were questioned about their conversions. They were perceived as not Christian enough. Too many were tortured and murdered, burned to death. The rest of the Jews were expelled from Spain in 1492.”

In 2011 Deng went to the third Durban Conference that took place in New York to bring the travesty against his people to the public. His anger was directed at the UN for ignoring the plight of his people while concentrating all their energy on Palestinian refugees. He accused the UN of muffling the cries of those who suffer on a far larger scale. He has taken the UN to task for its priorities. He pointed out that for more than 50 years, 82 per cent of the UN General Assembly emergency meetings have been about condemning one state — Israel, leaving his people to fend for themselves. “That expression, the squeaky wheel gets the grease, is true. When we hear about suffering we react. But we must hear it, loud and clear. I’m left puzzled by the actions of the United Nations and conferences like Durban. Why are the calls for help from the black Africans of Sudan not discussed? “

According to Deng the UN was well aware of the enslavement of South Sudanese by the Arabs. It took 16 years for UNICEF to acknowledge what was happening. They did nothing until pressured by the Jewish-led American Anti-Slavery Group. ”  I find it ironic that it took a Jewish organization to get the voices of these people into the court of public opinion. So why the attempt to muzzle the cries for help from Africa? “ According to Deng, bringing this issue to the UN would “offend “ the OIC and the Arab league. “Could that be true? And if so, how did we get to a place where the most vulnerable are kept out of the spotlight at the behest of the OIC and the Arab league?”

Today, life in North Sudan is still precarious. An economic crisis has led to an intifada-like uprising. President Omar al-Bashir, leader of the Sudanese government, is considered an ally of Hamas and Egypt’s Muslim Brotherhood.


We seem to be choosing to ignore the many who suffer at the hands of Arab/Muslims. Deng has shared his concerns about the West abandoning the “victims of Arab/Islamic apartheid.” Is it fear of accusations of Islamophobia? Beyond the enslavement of black Africans in the 21st-century that is under reported, to the point of being ignored, Christians all over the Middle East and North Africa are under attack. Based on mainstream media reporting, one wouldn’t know the seriousness of the situation.

Deng had the courage to speak at the Durban Conference, a meeting notorious for focusing its efforts on accusing Israel of racism and apartheid, about the “oppression, brutalization, demonization, Islamization, Arabization and enslavement” of his people. It was there that he announced that Black Muslims from Darfur, refugees fleeing “Arab racism” hoping to find refuge in Egypt saw Egyptian security forces slaughter 26 black refugees and continued their journey to Israel “where they knew they would be safe.”

We, as a caring nation, will not be able to help those in greatest need if we are kept from the truth. If as Simon Deng reports, too much time in the UN is spent on resolutions against one country, there is no opportunity to expose the plight of millions of other refugees in our midst. How many Simon Dengs must speak up before the United Nations picks up its mantle of HUMAN RIGHTS FOR ALL? How many Simon Dengs must speak to truth before the United Nations accepts the truth and responds? How many times can the world commit the sin of omission-the refusal to act on the truth set before them, rather than the stories they choose to believe because of bias, illogical ideology and irrational hate? We know how Simon Deng feels. The Boers/Afrikaners in South Africa also are living under a constant threat of impoverishment through racist BEEE laws against their nation-  and amidst a silent genocide of their race- yet the UN- like in Sudan’s case- are turning a blind eye. AND there is no Jew organization that are helping the whites in South Africa against the terrible onslaught from the communist ANC regime .

* The historical Arab slave trade in Africans ran from the seventh to the nineteenth centuries before it was halted by European military intervention. It was far larger and more extensive than the comparatively short-lived trans-Atlantic slave trade. But HEY– only the whites get blamed by the Jew media for being “racist” and “oppression ” against blacks. Maybe we could ask Julius Malema or Jacob Zuma nicely to return to Sahara Africa and talk diplomatically to the Arabs about THEM invading and colonizing black Africa the same way they fret about whites “colonizing” South Africa. Slave trade henceforth – is then legal measured by the Jew-media standards it appears.





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