The day after President Al-Bashir made the claim that the CIA and Mossad are running ISIS and Boko Haram, the exact press runs that would have reported this were seized from Sudan’s 16 top newspapers and destroyed before they could be distributed. It is fairly obvious that their publishing this was the reason for the seizure, and the fact it happened makes a huge point:
Someone is in control of the Sudanese police forces other than the President. Someone gave the order to stop the message about what President Al Bashir said.
During an interview on Euronews which took place on Feb 17, Sudan’s President stated in very clear terms that the CIA and Israel’s Mossad are behind the Islamist militant groups Boko Haram and Isis. He went on to reference the Isis beheadings of 21 coptic christians in Libya and said that no Muslim group would ever do that. He is right. However, if all the newspapers that would have gotten his message out to the Sudanese people were seized before they could report his saying this, he is not in full control of the country and is probably in serious danger.
This morning, The Sudanese National Intelligence and Security Service seized copies of 16 daily newspapers, which included Al-Tayar, Al-Rai al-Aam, Al-Intibaha, Akhir Lahza, Al-Ahram al-Youm, Awal al-Nahar, Al-Watan, Al-Sudani, Alwan, Al-Saiha, Al-Mijhar al-Siyasi, Al-Dar, and Hikayat. I have obviously never heard of these, but they were, according to reports, the largest papers in the country.
Most likely Sudan is half controlled by the CIA and Mossad, and they censored the President via force. If they saw fit to take action of this sort, they will be very likely to discipline Al-Bashir by killing him. With all the remote control options in cars, planes and trains available to them now, they will not need to use a bullet. It is called plausible deniability . . . .