Bombardments on civilians became usual event. It is happening day after day. Today again in Buram, a small market town in Nuba Mountains, where we we used to sit in wonderful cool shade under mango tree, drinking coffee or tea and chat.
Antonov arrived at 9.15 in the morning and bombed the center of the market - straight without circling. It killed three men and wounded another four. Two man died roasted on the spot, and the third one on the way to small clinic. All are civilians.There are no military camps around. The same Antonov bombed today also Kowalib and Degheba. At the moment we do not have report on victims.
It is happening again and again because most of the world is looking away.
Thank you for your attention.
Calendar 2013 by Tomo Kriznar Foundation and humanitarian organisation HOPE
with footage of african indigenes from besieged war areas in Darfur, Nuba mountains and Blue Nile in Sudan (1979 - 2012)
"The pen is mightier then the sword!"
1. February 2013 -
In refugee camp Yida in South Sudan, which was made for the refugees from Nuba Mountains, Tomo and Živa were drinking tea, when someone comes by. Tomo jumps up "I know this man, Živa record this!!"
Later it turns out that Tomo met this man 13 years ago in Nuba Mountains, made a picture of him and put him in this year's callendar.
Video of the event:
12. September 2012 -
Documentary Eyes and Ears of God was accepted to Festival of Slovenian Film and will be presented on 27.9.2012 at 15:30 in Auditorium in Portorož
11. September 2012 -
Video clips made on our last mission to Sudan:
interview with Rudwan Dawood Cis, young sudanese activist, cofounder of griffna movement. We meet him in Juba just before he went to Khartoum to support demonstrations against Sudanese government in Khartoum. He was arrested there just because he attended peaceful protests...but now after 44 days in prison they released him! His work is great inspiration to many young people in Sudan and South Sudan!
11. August 2012 -
Sudan testimonies - Križnar's latest visit to endogenous areas:
After two months I have just safely returned from the sacrificial altar in Sudan. Here is my message for you.
THE GIST OF THE MESSAGE:
Nowhere else on Earth in 2012 does the international community sacrifice more than on the sacrificial altar in the Blue Nile, the Nuba Mountains, Abyei and Darfur.
Nowhere else are the global powers engaged in such a secret fight for the control of the natural resources on the backs of the cheapest slaves.
Nowhere else have the mainstream media and the independent reporters along with UN agencies and non-governmental humanitarian organisations failed to fulfil their mission to such an extent than here.
Nowhere else on Earth has the aggressive dictatorship been accused of more crimes against humanity, including genocide, than here.
Nowhere else have the exterminated natives preserved more ancient and indigenous culture living in symbiosis with nature than in the areas between the largest desert Sahara and the biggest swamps in the world. Therefore, their wisdom may be useful against all world crises.
Because due to the rainy season all land connections have become impassable and because it is too late to use the trucks from South Sudan, food and medical supplies must be airdropped immediately.
UN agencies and non-governmental organisations have to immediately reach an agreement for the airdrops with Omar Hassan al-Bashir.
The means are available, logistics is in place, but the most critical is time. Do not wait for the European and American vacations to end.
Two million indigenous people are trapped in the Nuba Mountains and the Blue Nile, and most of those who will die will die from starvation and dysentery (now they are eating trees and grass) even before the first ripening of plants towards the end of August.
During the Olympic Games the media and the pressure from the public will be the most effective.
If “dropping food and medicines from the air will really be too expensive”, it is necessary to do everything that in the new game of the superpowers after the end of the rainy season the African families won't be sacrificed completely and forever.
On the brink of a new war between South Sudan and Sudan, please consider:
Nowhere on the planet is the humanitarian crisis worse than on the border between what is left of old Sudan and the new South Sudan. Nowhere on Earth is the ruling dictatorial regime accused of more crimes against humanity, including genocide – and nowhere have the indigenous people that are being exterminated preserved a more harmonious, more primeval and symbiotically with nature living culture than in the area between the largest sand desert, the Sahara, and the largest swamp regions in the world...read more