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    [–] What are your thoughts on the RSF being seperatly mentioned from the army as the guardians of the country in the new constitutional declaration future_apeman 1 points ago in Sudan

    Exactly, they're untrained and their track records is genocide and civilian massacres, yet they're the guardians of the nation alongside the army. It makes zero sense, which is what makes me think that the TMC fought very hard to have it that way. It sticks out like a sore thumb and I feel like it might be used for future deceptive plans. It's also especially worrisome after hemedti's meeting with Sisi, who pulled off the coup of the century in Egypt.

    There has to be a way to stop the consolidation of power with militias, also considering that the police falls under the interior ministry which will be headed by military generals. Civilians will have no one to protect them if a coup goes down. There must be guarantees against such attempts, dismantling the RSF was one of them but this takes it in the completely opposite direction.

    [–] Four protesting school boys killed in El-Obeid massacre by paramilitary forces: Sudan opposition future_apeman 1 points ago in worldnews

    There currently isn't a functional government since the ousting of Omar Al-Bashir. The country is being led by a transitional military council (TMC) made up of military generals, and the security forces are under the TMC's control.

    [–] Do any of you do this? future_apeman 15 points ago in intj

    Holy crap, male INTJ here and that is so me. I want the attention but I don't want more than that (unless it ends up being an interesting coversation)

    [–] TMC and FFC sign a political agreement (constitutional agreement to be discussed Friday) future_apeman 1 points ago in Sudan

    I'm very curious at the final stance concerning immunity for the generals. Could Hemedti, the TMC have agreed to no / partial immunity with the FFC or do you think that will be discussed under the constitutional agreement?

    [–] Decked out gyms in Khartoum and Bahri? future_apeman 2 points ago in Sudan

    Yeah there's a few, theres one in riyaad although I'm unsure of the name

    [–] Decked out gyms in Khartoum and Bahri? future_apeman 2 points ago in Sudan

    Max gym in Riyaad, on al jazzar road is decent. It has a wide range of good equipment although maintenance is shabby.

    [–] What was your moving out experience like? future_apeman 1 points ago in intj

    I will definetly keep that in mind. I'm at that stage where I'm pretty much living in my head, I was planning to make friends but not really be outgoing. Though after reading your response I will definetly try harder to be meet more people once I'm there cos I've gotten very comfortable being alone most of the time.

    [–] What was your moving out experience like? future_apeman 2 points ago in intj

    I'm in a similar situation, strict mom and few friends. I can't wait to have that freedom for myself, to have my own rules

    [–] What was your moving out experience like? future_apeman 3 points ago in intj

    Thank you :) your response made me feel more confident that it'll be okay. I'll be sure to have plenty distractions to cope.

    [–] Watch Sudan on the 30th of June as Protesters prepare for a Millions March future_apeman 1 points ago in pics

    Those two aren't mutually exclusive, the military did take over Egypt and Americans supported it. Just because you have stereotyped an entire region of the world according to your personal view doesn't mean there aren't ppl trying to change the status quo. Be the change you want to see in the world rather than insult those that are trying. Just because you can't do everything doesn't mean you do nothing.

    [–] Watch Sudan on the 30th of June as Protesters prepare for a Millions March future_apeman 1 points ago in pics

    The difference is that the Sudanense have maintained peacefulness, which has created a snag in thr militsry legitimizing their rule. The other nations immediately discredited protesters as being a threat to the state because they picked up arms against the government. Statistically speaking, non-violent revolutions are far more victorious than violent ones. See Apartheid South Africa, India and Malaysia. There are serious differences between the countries you mentioned and Sudan such as the fact that Egypt had elections immediately after the elections, and thereafter the military took over by using the term "Islamic terrorists", which was attempted in Sudan and failed. You clearly don't know the situation.

    (FYI I'm a masters student in international human rights. You can't discredit these facts with a comeback like "edgy teen" just because you can't see beyond your rigid view)

    [–] Watch Sudan on the 30th of June as Protesters prepare for a Millions March future_apeman 1 points ago in pics

    What you're saying is democracy is being forced in Sudan and dictarship isn't? The fact that millions will be marching tomorrow after a massacre tells you that the people would rather die than live in an open prison. The people want a democracy.

    Ofcourse there are other countries pulling the strings, when is that never the case in Africa? That doesn't mean people will should stay home and pretend it's all good because that's what YOU would do. I think it's you who should get over yourself. You clearly have no knowledge over the situation, rather learn and you might realise that this is the only rational option.

    [–] Watch Sudan on the 30th of June as Protesters prepare for a Millions March future_apeman 1 points ago in pics

    Lol! You must feel really big for insulting peaceful protesters prepared to die for the hope of a free democratic country rather than be subjugated to a genocidal military regime responsible for the deaths of more than 1 million people. You call them "retards and so dumb" while the world recognises their bravery and persistence. You spit in the face of every freedom fighter.

    Kindly re-evaluate your values. The world can't afford idiocy like yours in today's times.