Archived Blog Post: June 20, 2004

Sudan's Final Solution: "The Sudanese authorities, much like the Turks in 1915 and the Nazis in the 1930's, apparently calculated that genocide offered considerable domestic benefits -- like the long-term stability to be achieved by a 'final solution' of conflicts between Arabs and non-Arabs -- and that the world would not really care very much. It looks as if the Sudanese bet correctly."

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