With no rival, Enough Project has been the best example of Graham Hancock's "Lords of Poverty" by mastering the art of making business out of the suffering of innocent people. As rightly described by Hancock, Enough Project enviably succeeded in "hijacking the kindness" of some American people who sincerely and humanely sympathize with its well-crafted lies. For almost a decade, the supposedly pro-human organization has been trying tirelessly to turn this spontaneous and noble feeling of humanity into a prosperous business and a platform for fame and name.
Now that a roadmap (suggested by the African Union High Implementation Panel and officially welcomed by the Secretary General of the United Nations, Ban Ki Moon) was signed by the Government of the Republic of the Sudan and irresponsibly refused by the rebel groups, Enough Project has come out with a new campaign against the people of the Sudan instead of putting pressure on the rebel groups to sign the regionally and internationally supported roadmap aiming to put an end to the conflicts in Sudan. Such a move gives crystal clear proof that Enough Project has no sympathy for the people of the Sudanunless it comes to investing in their sufferings. In fact, it is unjustifiable for an organization which claims to advocate for peace and stability to be an obstacle to their realization.
Along with other international major players, The European Union has commended the roadmap as "an important achievement in the pursuit of peace in Sudan" and that it "outlines steps to end the conflicts in Darfur and the two areas and to establish humanitarian access, while offering a framework for a parallel political dialogue that would eventually incorporate all parties in Sudan." Meanwhile, Enough Project – with its tendentious campaign - wants to see no stability inSudan simply because achieving stability means the end of its flourishing business.
In a letter to President Barack Obama entitled "Take a New Approach to Sudan Sanctions," the organization calls on the American President to work to cut off the international funding streams from the Government of the Republic of the Sudan, a call that will deepen the suffering of the Sudanese people and prolong the conflicts on which Enough Project and its sisters live. This is the gist of the immoral campaign. If not, why has this caring "Enough" never appreciated any good developments in Sudan such as this recent roadmap supported by the whole international community?
The Embassy of the Republic of the Sudan in Washington D.C. also reminds that the rebel groups were the ones who initiated the recent attacks in Jebel Marra (with a formal recognition of the U.S State Department) and broke the cessation of hostilities in the two areas, yet the so caring Enough Project kept turning a blind eye to the irresponsibility of the rebel groups while attacking the Government for its commitment to peace and stability. This contradictory approach of dealing with the issues of Sudanunmasks the true face of Enough Project; an organization which has no care for the people of the Sudan but to its existential interests (no conflict, no business). So Enough is enough.