US Calls for Hybrid Force
Monday, April 16, 2007
(SNN Khartoum) The United States urged Sudan to accept U.N. troops as part of a hybrid peacekeeping force for Darfur. However, the program has some detractors.
U.S. Deputy Secretary of State John Negroponte told a news conference a hybrid force made up of African and U.N. troops was critical to peace in Darfur. "We must move quickly to a larger hybrid United Nations-African Union peacekeeping force with a single unified chain of command that conforms to U.N. standards and practices."
However, detractors to the plan say that hybrid vehicles will do little good in Darfur. There are few paved roads where peacekeeping forces will have to go, and many complain that larger hybrid vehicles save little fuel.
Plans have not yet been released to the press, but the force will be anywhere between 3,000 and 20,000 troops, all driving Ford Escape SUV Hybrids.
They will be trying to leave there to get to better places to live and the others will just keep killing them in order to not allow their better places get over populated.
Lets face it, the world is going to become a very ugly place in the next fifty years.
That pains me but there is nothing I can do about it. We need to get the populations down to about half of what they are, it looks like killing is how it will happen being as birth control isn't working all that well and man has figured out how to outsmart nature and stop natures way of controlling the populations.
This is just one crazy planet full of monkeys.