In the massacre of the General Command, 127 revolutionaries were martyred. It is an event that can be described as the most heinous criminal event in the modern history of Sudan. Although the massacre of the leadership is not just a historical event that occurred on the twenty-ninth of Ramadan in 2019, to be remembered or revived in the collective memory of the Sudanese in a permanent and renewed emotional way every year, but rather as a revolutionary event that is permanently rooted in our political positions and practices.
Indeed, the massacre of the General Command did not take place in the year 2019, on that treacherous day, or at that bloody dawn, or at that zero hour, whose hands do not turn except in one direction that indicates and foretells the occurrence of a coup in one of the long and endless nights of the military since the independence of Sudan in The year 1956, rather, it is a permanent massacre, because its memory will live on as a lived event in the daily radical action of the resistance committees and the neighborhoods, and not only in memory and conscience. That action that we produce every day in any field of change brought about by the December revolution, or in every path of transition.
The massacre of the leadership is not a historical event that ended in the recent past, to be archived and erased from afar in our punctured collective memory, or to be recovered barely from a shelf of distant political memory of oblivion, but rather it is a full-fledged and multilateral criminal act. This deliberate and planned criminal act locally and regionally will always occur in the near and distant future in different ways and methods. Here is the massacre, here and now. It is before us, the carnage, the massacre, as a spatio-future event of constant renewal, filled with waterfalls of blood, body parts, abuses, rapes and kidnappings. Yes, it is always in front of us, in the sights and sights, that is, the guiding and guiding compass of our permanent and renewed radical resistance against the rule of the murderous thugs, which will inevitably lead us time and time again to make a historical break with the hateful culture of military tyranny, and with all forms of inherited partisan authoritarianism and dictatorships.
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Osman Gasm Alsaed