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Thursday, 18 January 2018
 

Subject: Lifting up of all Embargoes and Sanctions Imposed on Sudan

Mr. Donald John TRUMP                                                                              December, 25th 2017
President of United States of America
White House
Washington / USA

His Excellency

Subject: Lifting up of all Embargoes and Sanctions Imposed on Sudan

With indescribable pomp I have the pleasure to draw your kind attention, as a President of Superpower State in the world, to the following significant example that exemplified our aggravating situation which we are suffering due to embargoes and sanctions imposed by the United States of America since many decades past.

Accordingly, there was an angry tiger looking for an animal to hit it. While the tiger was walking in the jungle, the tiger saw a monkey. The tiger said to the monkey; “give me my hat”. The monkey said to the tiger “you didn’t give me any hat. Then the tiger was severely beaten the monkey and gone away.

Because of the superiority complex, on the second day, the tiger went to the monkey and said to him, “give me my hat”. The monkey said to the tiger “you didn’t give me a hat. So the tiger jumped at the monkey and hit him again.

The tiger used to go to the monkey everyday and hit him because of this alleged hat. Basis on this underestimation and disdainfulness, the monkey went to the lion and complained to him the tiger and told him that the tiger comes to me daily asks me a hat even though I have already told him that “he didn’t give me a hat” and hit me and walk.

The loin said to the monkey I will go to the tiger and check the subject. Therefore, the lion went to the tiger and said to him “we all do not like the monkey” but try to find a convincing reason to hit him. For example; “you can find the monkey in a lemon tree” tell him to give you a piece of lemon if he gave you a yellow one, hit him and say you want it green and if he gave you a green you would hit him and say you need it yellow.

The tiger was very pleased with the idea of the lion and went early in the morning to the monkey and found him in a lemon tree said to him “give me a lemon. The monkey said; do you want green or yellow? The tiger was furious and said to the monkey.. Shut up.. Give me my hat.

Regretfully, this is America’s relationship with Sudan.

I am very sorry to assure you that is the exact sense and position which is not limited to the Sudanese but included the whole Arabs, Muslims, underdevelopment countries’ peoples and all free men and women in the world regarding the double standard policy of the USA.

As you are well known that, we the people of Sudan are really suffering to naturally and freely subsist on the ground and under the sun as others people of the globe since many decades past because of unjust multi-embargoes and sanctions imposed by USA without any acceptable reasons.   

Please be advised that, all Sudanese masses are eagerly looking forward to remove our country from the List of states sponsoring terrorism as well as to lift up any type of embargo or sanction by an intelligent-wise American Dolphin without seeking protection from the Russian Beer or another member of  the Kingdom. 

However, we Arabs and Muslims exclusively the Sudanese shall remain remember an impressive favor to be made in courageous step by Mr. Donald John TRUMP the 45th a rightful president of USA as we are all still remembering historically and unforgettably the good deed made by the honest Christian Negus of Ethiopia who had hospitalized and honored the Muslims when they were in need.

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As a nonofficial Sudanese citizen interested to promote better relationship between USA and Sudan, relying on a closed friendship and mutual collaboration among USA’s official/nonofficial and Sudanese counterparts, I would be very much grateful and owe to your Esteemed Authority in case that you would give this subject your maximum understanding and immediate arrangement. 

John Swinton, former Chief of Staff of the most powerful and prestigious newspaper on earth, the New York Times, when asked to give a toast to the “free Press” at the New York Press Club stated as I have briefed below:

There is no an independent press. There is no one who dares to write his honest opinion and if he did it would never appear in print. I am paid weekly for keeping my honest opinion out of the paper I am connected with. Others are paid similar salaries for similar things, and any one of them who would be so foolish as to write honest opinions would be out on the streets looking for another job. If I allowed my honest opinions to appear in one issue of my paper, before twenty-four hours my occupation would be gone.

The business of the Journalist is to destroy the truth, to lie outright; to pervert; to vilify; to fawn at the feet of mammon, and to sell his country and his race for his daily bread. We all know, what folly is this toasting an independent press? We are the tools and vassals of rich men behind the scenes. We are the jumping jacks, they pull the strings and we dance. Our talents, our possibilities and our lives are all the property of the other men.

“We are intellectual prostitutes”.
 
As reported above, occidental information machine in particular the American-Israeli media played a strategic role to distort and pervert the image of our country as well as uglifying its face enlarged worldwide. However, Mr. Albert Fernandez who was the “Charge’ d’ Affaires” of USA Embassy in Sudan endeavored to reflect the realistic good-face of Sudan in a debate program televised in Qatar-Jazeera TV Canal when he had said; despite of all problems produced to this country, you cannot find a similar democratic system applied in Sudan in any of another Arabic country at all whereas the people of the Sudan are talented and capable to institute a super state in the nearest future unfortunately is not owing to the above mentioned reasons and conspiracies marshalling by predominating states and antagonists backed up by the foreign intelligence agencies of the superpowers influenced on the international policy.       

I do believe, we will be backed up and reinforced very much in case your Excellency is personally taking this matter into consideration and giving an immediate arrangement to clear out the long pending issue that causing inconvenience between both parties and no doubt such action would lead our both mutual relationship to a fruitful success aimed for the prosperity of our both countries.

For my part, I do hope to stay in contact with your Eminence. If the opportunity arises in your own travel I would be most pleased to meet you in Khartoum in order to be aware by yourselves how far the Sudanese are friendly people and Sudan is safest. It is assured that all expenses during your stay in the country shall be popularly borne.


I would welcome hearing from you and your active involvement and support.



Very faithfully yours,