Sudan Freedom Walk: Atlas talks with Manute Bol

Manute Bol calls the UN a failure, says the AU forces are weak, afraid, ineffective. Wants NATO to stop the killing, the slavery, the unspeakable crimes against humanity. Click on the bottom link of this post for the Atlas mini-interview.

"Everyday we are losing life, losing life. If no action is taken, by next year you're gonna see a million lives lost."

UPDATE: Those interested in Sudan might be interested in this story here.

Former NBA player and Dinka tribesman Manute Bol and his best
friend went to over 39 Congressmen personally and met with the
Pentagon in the 90's telling them that their people were being
decimated by the Arab Muslims from the North and would disappear if
the US did not help. He said they got nothing.

…So Manute reached into his own pockets in the millions to help
support the starving refugees who had witnessed their homes and
families destroyed.

…The postscript is that Bol is broke and that some former NBA
friends held a benefit to raise $$ for his huge Health bills after a
drunk Cab Driver flipped a car Bol was in. hat tip Kahn


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