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Southern Nile Valley People Denied Freedom of Speech


The southern Nile Valley regions were collectively called the Sudan by a colonizer only in 1820 AD. The Sudan now is under brutal colonization from dark and pale Fulani since 1820 AD. But, Fulani colonization began even before in 1492 AD with the expulsion of the Moors (Berber) and Jews (Turkic Akkadians with Bedouin Amorites) from Iberia.

And the first waves of Fulani colonization of the southern regions of the Nile Valley were made in 1500 BC by the Hyksos (also Turkic Akkadians with Bedouin Amorites, but before they invented from themselves the Jews in 580 BC in Babylon).

Websites posting Arabic opinion articles exposing true history and atrocities and Facebook are under sever censorship instigated by Fulani regime; Jews; Bedouins and Berber. The Fulani in the Sudan colony arranged themselves in various alternative social and political facades so as to deny the people and patriots any chance for communicating true history to get liberation.

The people in the Sudan colony are lacking free speech platforms in Arabic in this very crucial period. The current transitional regime in Sudan colony is just another form of the Fulani aided with additional criminal West African militias. They are playing with a fictitious Arabs-Africans conflict to conceal 200-years Fulani colonization.

The humanitarian and human rights conditions in the Sudan colony are getting very bad, and the Fulani are working to re-invent themselves to confuse, waste time and maintain control to terrorize, deny people security, liberty and dignity.

People in Sudan urgently need freedom of speech to post Arabic opinions on popular websites, without censorships from Facebook and Fulani regime and their associates; and stupid political correctness serving colonization, genocide and terrorism.

Please suggest solutions or popular hosts where Arabic opinion articles about the Sudan could be posted without unnecessary censorships. Thanks.

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