Friday, December 07, 2018

First 5 Secrets in becoming an Expert in your field

First 5 Secrets in becoming an Expert in your field

The value of being an expert in a certain field is known by many if not by all. It means that you are going to get the authority, respect and trust to build a loyal community and customer base.

Hi everybody,
I am Amed Weelingkwe and today I am going to share with you simple First 5 Tips that will help you and others to become, or discover that you are, an expert in your field

1) Narrow down on what you do:

Niche down and focus on one thing. Be specific and don’t be generalist. Start on specific small part of what you love or like doing it at the outset. You should work on it hard every single day to learn about tactics, tools, new insight, trends and techniques to build momentum and be a leading authority in your space. When you build authority, you can branch out and expand on your field
Always keep on learning to become a master in your field. Buy books, join groups having affinity with your field, read articles, etc.

2) Content Marketing:

Set up a platform of your choice. The platform should be the one that gives back the biggest return and you continue to see the results for years to come.
Whatever platform you ch , social media channels, traditional media channels or face-to-face platforms, you need to put a ton of quality content that is helpful, informative and entertaining to the people and your community on a daily basis so that you can assert your presence and relevance as an authority and expert in your industry and field.

3) Keep on learning:

Always keep on learning as a part of building your authority. There will always be some people who are better than you and some are the best. Learn from them the trends, new techniques, tools, best practices and strategies and befriend them and collaborate with them. Always educate yourself and create a culture of education with your team if you have a team and encourage your team and your community to invest in education. That will keep you on the top of the game and top of your industry.

4) Bring into practice what you learn:

Apply and test what your learn to identify what works best for you and what needs to be improved. Repeat what works. Tense and tweak what needs improvement.

5) Love your community:

The community and the audience around you are the people who always support your, share your content, give social proof and buy from you. Keep creating crazy valuable content to build audience. Create value on daily basis to have the following. Engage with your audience, help them, reply their questions etc.

You might be an expert but you don’t know it. Be one step a head of someone and continue staying one step a head.

Now I want you to comment below what are you an expert in and how are you going to use these First 5 Secrets to be successful in your field and industry.

If you like these tips, please share, comment or like. I would love to read your insights.

Amed Weelingkwe
NB: Not sure the best way to get started?  Here are some great Free resources that provide simple steps to hit the ground running.

Friday, November 30, 2018

First 7 Secrets to helping yourself and your community

First 7 Secrets to helping yourself and your community

Anyone can have an opportunity to make a decent living, help charities and communities without investing a lot of cash or owning a factory or being born of privileged.

Hi everybody,

I am Amed Weelingkwe and today I am going to share with you simple First 7 Secrets that will help you and others to do well, generate a decent income and help the community around you or even aim at becoming a millionaire.

1) Read:
There is so much knowledge there nowadays for free or relatively for less money and effort. You don’t have to be a professor or go to Cambridge or Harvard to get all knowledge of the world. You can just go to the library, read books, periodicals and articles. You may also go to internet, read blogs, learn from other entrepreneurs, subscribe to podcast in iTunes. Do whatever you can to learn more.

2) Focus:
A lot of people especially the younger generation want to do everything. There is no enough time today to do 10, 20, 30 multiple different businesses. Undoubtedly, you may have 30, 40 or even 100 different ideas. But pick One. One key to success to those multimillionaires like Bill Gates, according to him, is Focus. If it works for him, why it doesn’t work for you?

3) Solve a problem:
You have to help other people by solving their problems. If you are not solving a problem, why people pay for you or give you their money?

4) Easy/affordable solution:
The solution needs to be easy to use or affordable. If it is expensive or difficult to use it, who is going to pay for it or use it? No one or very few.
Everyone or most people are somehow lazy and are looking for convenience these days.

5) Learning:
Learn from your mistakes
In business, you can make mistakes and sometimes a lot of them. Every one does. And that is fine. If you don’t make mistakes, something is wrong with you. When you are making these mistakes, track them down and avoid making them over and over again.
If you make 30 mistakes and you learn from each one of them, within due course you will know Not-what-to-do. Avoiding doing wrong things will eventually lead to doing right things.

6) Competitors
You have competitors. Go and search for articles and interviews relating to their businesses. You will read about their statistics, numbers, their mistakes and secrets that help them grow their businesses. When you read, listen and learn what they do, you can take what they do to be successful and replicate that into your own business.

7) Execute fast. Speed and execution is preferred over perfection. Move today rather than leave if for next week or next year. Avoid prognostication.

Follow those First 7 Secrets and you too can do really well and help the community around you.

Now I want you to comment below what business you are going to start and how you are going to use these First 7 Secrets to grow your business and be successful in your entrepreneurial career.

If you like these tips, please share, comment or like. I would love to know your inputs.

Amed Weelingkwe

Wednesday, June 20, 2018

Statement to the United Nations Security Council on the Situation in Darfur, pursuant to UNSCR 1593 (2005)

Statement to the United Nations Security Council on the Situation in Darfur, pursuant to UNSCR 1593 (2005)

 @UN Photo

20 June 2018

Mr President,

1.         Thank you for your invitation. Allow me to begin by congratulating you on assuming the Council’s Presidency and wish you every success in steering the important work of this august body throughout the month of June.

Mr President, Your Excellencies,

2.         It is over thirteen years since the Council referred the situation in Darfur to the International Criminal Court and directed me to report to it every six months on actions taken and progress made pursuant to the Resolution. After thirteen years and twenty-seven reports, the victims of grave crimes which prompted this Council to refer the Darfur situation to the ICC are yet to see those alleged to be most responsible for such crimes face justice. 

3.         The question begs asking: how many more years and how many more reports will be required for this Council to be galvanized into taking tangible action? How much longer should victims of the alleged atrocity crimes in Darfur suffer in silence or wait to have their torment acknowledged through concrete results?

4.         This Council has an important role to play in supporting the effective implementation of its own Resolution which referred the Darfur situation to the Court. 

5.         In operative paragraph 2 of Resolution 1593, this Council decided that the Government of the Sudan and all other parties to the conflict in Darfur, shall cooperate fully with and provide any necessary assistance to the Court and the Prosecutor.

6.         Regrettably, the Government of the Sudan has not only refused to cooperate with the Court, in clear violation of the Council’s Resolution, but has rather been emboldened to publicly denounce the Court in this forum.  It does so repeatedly with facile and baseless allegations aimed at creating a distraction from the real issues and the Government’s failure to fulfil its responsibilities and obligations. 

7.         It is also regrettable that such intransigence has been presented in this Chamber where respectful discourse is to govern all interventions, focused on finding real solutions to the serious issues this august body is seized of.  

8.         The eyes of the world are upon us; the eyes of victims and victims’ groups in Darfur, some of whom are present today, are upon us. They are owed at least this minimum decorum and they deserve not to have their ordeals undermined by rhetoric aimed at confusing the issues and distracting the Council’s and the world’s attention from what we are really concerned with here: the need to ensure there is accountability through the Court’s independent judicial process for the serious and destabilising crimes under the Rome Statute committed in Darfur.

9.         Today, I also want to use this opportunity to reassure the victims in Darfur, my Office has neither forgotten nor abandoned them. Despite the many challenges we face, my Office continues to do all within its power and means to ensure that alleged perpetrators against whom ICC arrest warrants have been issued will face justice in Court.

10.       The ICC is a permanent judicial institution and it is here to stay. The evidence collected to date as part of our Darfur investigations, thanks to the assistance and commitment of victims and witnesses often at great risk, has persuaded the judges of the Court to issue warrants of arrest against five suspects. My Office continues to collect more evidence. Considerable progress has been made in this regard, thanks to the cooperation of a number of States and the sacrifices that many continue to make to help us solidify our cases towards the aim of being trial ready.

11.       What is required now is for this Council and the international community at large, to support the apprehension and transfer of ICC suspects to the Court so that they can answer the charges against them through a fair, independent and objective judicial process.

12.       Let me be clear: the effective power to arrest and surrender ICC suspects in the Darfur situation solely rests with States. This Council also plays a vital role in ensuring these obligations are honoured.  

13.       I once again urge the Council to take concrete action concerning States referred to it by the Court following failures by such States to arrest and surrender ICC suspects in the Darfur situation, while on their territory. I am encouraged by the efforts that a number of members of this Council, including permanent members, continue to make to break the impasse. These efforts include proposals for potential responses by the Council to the referrals it receives and public calls to States, including the Sudan, to cooperate with the Court to execute outstanding arrest warrants. This ongoing support for the work of the Office by individual members of this Council is greatly valued. 

14.       As mentioned, there are today, five persons in the Darfur situation subject to outstanding warrants of arrest: officials of the Government of the Republic of the Sudan, Mr Omar Al Bashir, Mr Ahmad Harun and Mr Abdel Hussein, militia leader Mr Ali Kushayb and rebel leader Mr Abdallah Banda.  All are presently at large.

15.       These fugitives stand accused of multiple crimes against humanity and war crimes. These alleged atrocities include the widespread rape and sexual assault of women and girls, attacks on civilians and forcible expulsion from their homes, and detention, torture and summary executions of men detained by Janjaweed and the Sudanese Army. It is also alleged that in 2007, personnel of an African Union peacekeeping operation in Darfur were attacked and murdered at their Haskanita base by rebel forces under the command of Mr Banda. These are all serious crimes of great concern that must be addressed.

Mr President, Your Excellencies,

16.       Following this Council’s referral, the Office’s investigation and applications for warrants of arrest and the Pre-Trial Chambers’ issuance of these warrants, there are now two main areas of focus in the Darfur situation: first, the Office’s efforts to advance its investigations and second, the Court’s collective efforts to secure the arrest and surrender of the suspects in the Darfur situation. The support of the Council is critical to each if we are to move the Darfur situation forward and achieve justice for the victims.

17.       In relation to the Office’s ongoing investigations, during the reporting period, the efforts of my team of lawyers, investigators and analysts resulted in important advancements in the cases against the Darfur suspects. Additional witnesses have been interviewed and a significant number of leads developed.

18.       However, despite this progress, additional funding is required to allow the team to increase the pace and breadth of its investigations. For this reason, I must respectfully repeat my request to this Council to facilitate financial support from the United Nations for the Office’s investigations in the Darfur situation, as is envisaged under article 115(b) of the Rome Statute.

19.       My report also makes clear that during the reporting period, the team’s ongoing investigations benefited from the cooperation of over twenty States Parties. My Office is immensely grateful for this support. 

20.       Regrettably, however, Sudan and a number of States Parties do not cooperate with my Office in the Darfur situation.  I therefore repeat my request to this Council to take steps to facilitate dialogue between my Office and the Government of the Sudan. I also repeat my invitation to the Government of the Sudan to constructively engage with my Office, including in particular, to discuss future investigative missions by the Office to Darfur.

Mr President, Your Excellencies,

21.       My report further provides an overview of the current ongoing litigation before the Court relating to States Parties that failed to arrest and surrender Mr Al Bashir while on their territory. 

22.       In relation to the Republic of Uganda and the Republic of Chad, Pre-Trial Chamber II has initiated proceedings pursuant to article 87(7) of the Rome Statute in relation to the failures by these State Parties to arrest and surrender Mr Al Bashir during official visits on 14 November 2017 and 1-2 December 2017, respectively. Both Uganda and Chad were previously referred by Pre-Trial Chambers of the Court to this Council for past failures to arrest and surrender Mr Al Bashir: Uganda in 2016 and Chad in 2011 and 2013. No action in relation to these, or any other referrals by Pre-Trial Chambers to this Council, has been taken. This situation, I respectfully submit, is untenable and the Council must increasingly assume its responsibility to take appropriate action following a notification by the Court of non-compliant States.

23.       Proceedings are also ongoing regarding Jordan’s failure to arrest and surrender Mr Al Bashir in March 2017.

24.       I must emphasise that the Pre-Trial Chambers of the Court have developed a body of jurisprudence that clarifies the obligations of States Parties under the Rome Statute. The Council will recall that Pre-Trial Chamber II of the Court made a decision in December 2017, to find the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan in non-compliance with its obligation to arrest and surrender Mr Al Bashir during a visit on 29 March 2017, and to refer the matter to this Council and the Assembly of States Parties. This decision again made clear that Mr Al Bashir’s official status did not justify a failure by a State Party to arrest and surrender a suspect subject to an ICC arrest warrant. Jordan appealed that decision and the Court’s Appeals Chamber is now seized of the question.

25.       The Appeals Chamber has scheduled a hearing for 10, 11 and 12 September 2018. In advance of this hearing, on the basis that the legal issues in this appeal may have broader implications, the Appeals Chamber has invited relevant parties to make submissions that may assist its determination of the legal issues raised in Jordan’s appeal.

26.       In response to an invitation by the Appeals Chamber to States Parties and professors of international law, the United Mexican States and 16 law professors were granted permission to submit legal observations.

27.       The Appeals Chamber has also invited the United Nations, the African Union, the European Union, the League of Arab States and the Organization of American States to submit observations on the legal issues in this appeal by the 16th of July.

28.       I am particularly encouraged by the fact that the African Union has recently notified the Appeals Chamber of its acceptance of this invitation to submit observations. The participation of the African Union in this process is very important, not least because, as the African Union observed in its notification to the Appeals Chamber, “Thirty–three of the 55 African Union Member States are also parties to the Rome Statute of the International Criminal Court.”

29.       The issue of official immunities in relation to persons subject to ICC warrants of arrests was discussed at the African Union Summit in Addis Ababa on 28 and 29 January 2018. I am also aware that various follow-up initiatives are being considered by the African Union. In this context, I commend the African Union for taking this opportunity to constructively engage with the Appeals Chamber on this important issue.

30.       The Appeals Chamber has also invited the Sudan and Mr Al Bashir to file submissions on the merits of the legal questions raised in Jordan’s appeal, by 16 July 2018. It is important for the Appeals Chamber to hear and consider the views of all interested parties before its final determination on this issue.

31.       All relevant stakeholders in this matter have the opportunity to express their viewpoint to the Appeals Chamber. I am hopeful that they will each do so, including this Council via the United Nations, and thereby participate in a process that will result in a final determination of this critical issue.

Mr President, Your Excellencies,

32.       My Office would be remiss not to recognize and appreciate the continued progress towards stability in Darfur. I commend the efforts of all those involved in the Darfur peace process, led by the African Union High-Level Implementation Panel and supported by the African Union-United Nations Hybrid Operation in Darfur.

33.       Despite this progress, as my report makes clear, intermittent violence in Darfur continued during the reporting period. A number of clashes were reported between forces of the Government of the Sudan and various rebel groups in the Jebel Marra area. In addition, there were reported attacks by Rapid Support Forces and militiamen during March and April on villages located in Jebel Marra. These clashes and attacks reportedly resulted in the creation of tens of thousands of additional internally displaced persons.

34.       My report notes the 1 February 2018 report from the United Nations Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs which stated that, according to the Government of the Sudan, there has been a substantial decrease in the overall number of internally displaced persons from Darfur and that hundreds of thousands are returning to their homes. I note that the OCHA indicated that it is verifying the numbers of returning internally displaced persons, and as stated in my last report, the Office echoes this Council’s view expressed in its Resolution 2363 of 2017 that any return should be “safe, voluntary and in accordance with applicable international law.”

Mr President, Your Excellencies,

35.       Sustainable peace and stability can only return to Darfur once the root causes of conflict are addressed. This includes ending impunity for alleged crimes under the Rome Statute in Darfur and ensuring accountability for the victims of these serious crimes.

36.       The collective efforts aimed at ensuring this accountability, which I have outlined in my report, will go on. My Office will continue to play its role, together with the other organs of the Court and the international community at large. I appeal to the courageous women and men who are victims of the past and on-going crimes in Darfur not to despair but to bear with us and continue to cooperate with our ongoing investigations.

37.       Today, I ask the Council, as the body that began the process of accountability for Rome Statute crimes in Darfur, to more actively play its part in these collective efforts. In particular, to show its support for my Office’s investigations through facilitation of UN funding and also by taking steps to ensure that my Office obtains the cooperation it needs, including from the Sudan.

38.       Finally, I respectfully request this Council to provide its support to secure the arrest and surrender of the Darfur suspects. This is a pre-requisite to justice being done for the thousands of victims in the Darfur situation and a vital next step in the process that this Council started with its referral of the Darfur situation to my Office.

39.       In addition to falling short of adequately responding to the legitimate calls of victims for justice, the status quo will not only erode public confidence in the cause of international criminal justice in Darfur, but also in the Council itself. We must work together more effectively, within our respective mandates, to ensure full implementation and compliance with Resolution 1593.  With over a decade since this Council adopted that Resolution, it is past time that we did just that.  We must act collectively and with resolve. My Office remains firm in its commitment and a ready partner in that joint obligation.

40.       I thank you Mr President, Your Excellencies, for your attention.

The Troika Condemns Continued Clashes in Jebel Marra, Darfur

Troika Statement 
Office of the Spokesperson

For Immediate Release                                                                                               June 19, 2018

Sudan: The Troika Condemns Continued Clashes in Jebel Marra, Darfur
 The text of the following statement was issued jointly by the Governments of the United States of America, the United Kingdom, and Norway.
Begin text:
The Troika (Norway, the United Kingdom and the United States) condemns the ongoing clashes between the Sudan Liberation Army-Abdul Wahid (SLA-AW) and Government of Sudan forces as well as inter-tribal violence in the Jebel Marra region of Darfur. The civilian population continues to bear the brunt of this unnecessary violence, which has led to the burning down of villages, causing high numbers of civilian injury and death, and the displacement of nearly 9,000 people. 

It is unacceptable that the Government of Sudan has repeatedly prevented the African Union/United Nations Mission in Darfur (UNAMID) and humanitarian actors from accessing the areas of conflict and displaced populations. The Troika strongly urges the Government of Sudan to immediately provide unfettered access to both UNAMID and humanitarian actors. 

The SLA-AW leadership’s refusal to engage with the peace process obstructs the achievement of sustainable peace in Darfur and unnecessarily prolongs civilian suffering. The Government’s actions in military operations and its inaction in stopping the violence undermine efforts to achieve a peaceful solution to the conflict. There can be no military solution to the conflict in Darfur and the international community should consider imposing sanctions against those who continue to act as spoilers.

The Troika calls on all parties to the conflict to immediately cease all military engagement and hostilities, allow unfettered humanitarian access, and to meaningfully engage with the African Union High Level Implementation Panel (AUHIP) led peace process in order to reach a permanent ceasefire. 

Tuesday, June 12, 2018

United Sudan Liberation Movement/Army contacts international and regional actors

Freedom, Justice, Peace, Democracy

Under the leadership of United Sudan Liberation Movement/Army Mr Ali Haroun Dood , the Secretary of Foreign Affairs Mr Adam Smith will conduct a series of contacts on international and regional levels with friends, sympathizers and supporters of human rights for the just cause in Darfur.

Mr Smith will contact a number of human rights organizations, influential figures in foreign policy arenas towards Sudan, officials of some friendly countries and the leaders of revolutionary forces as the Sudanese regime and its militias have exacerbated in committing war crimes, crimes against humanity and ethnic cleansing against unarmed civilians as occurred in Khams Dagaig internally displaced persons camp, Ardeba camp and Hijeer Tuno in Darfur within the last four weeks. 

Sudanese regime is also systematic targeting and harassing the Sudanese people in Darfur, the Nuba Mountains, the Blue Nile, eastern Sudan and the far north of Sudan, especially Darfurians holding nationalities of other countries when they return to Sudan as visitors.
Mr Smith will also discuss ways to cooperate in implementing international resolutions issued by the United Nations and the International Criminal Court.

The Secretary of Foreign Affairs will report back for guidance on the path forward in facing an ongoing genocide that has been escalated by the Sudanese regime at an alarming pace in Darfur. 

Secretary of Information Affairs
United Sudan Movement / Army
10 June 2018

Wednesday, June 06, 2018

United Sudan Liberation Army strongly condemns the Sudanese government's policies of committing new massacres in Higeer Tuno on June 4th, 2018 and severely torturing Darfuris coming from USA

Freedom, Justice, Peace, Democracy

United Sudan Liberation Movement/Army strongly condemns the policies of the bloody totalitarian regime in the Sudan and its militias Rapid Support Force in attacking innocent civilians in internally displaced persons camps.
On May 21st, 2018, Sudanese regime committed war crimes, crimes against humanity and genocide against civilians in Khamis Dagaig internally displaced camp in Zalingei. On May 22nd and 23rd 2018, the regime and its militias committed the same heinous crimes against civilians in Aradeiba internally displaced camp in Garsila.
Two days ago, the Sudanese regime further committed bloody massacre in Higeer Tuno village in Bileel in which more than 7 innocent civilians were killed and dozens injured on June 4th, 2018.
United Sudan Liberation Movement/Army also condemns with strongest terms possible the brutal and horrendous treatment of Sudanese security apparatus towards the Darfuris coming from the United State.
On June 2nd, 2018, Sudanese security apparatus severely tortured Bushara Hassan Jameel an American citizen with Darfuri descendants at Khartoum airport. His belongings and money were confiscated.
Within the last 3 days, another American citizen with descendants in Darfur Abdalla Abaker Yagoub passed away as a result of severe torture from Sudanese security apparatus.
United Sudan Liberation Movement/Army urges UNAMID to execute its mandate to protect the civilian population. United Sudan Liberation Movement reminds United State of America to protect its citizens visiting Sudan.
Our condolences to the families of the deceased and we hop a quick recovery for the injured.

Media Secretary

United Sudan Liberation Movement/Army

5 June 2018

Wednesday, April 04, 2018

Expert Secrets: a FREE book that has changed Businesses and lives of countless Individuals

Expert Secrets Will Help You To... • Boost your confidence to become a leader... • Build a movement of people willing to make a difference... • Expand your career and advice others on their careers Expert Secrets: A book that changes the businesses and the lives of individuals. Check the link below:

Monday, February 12, 2018

Food Covers : indispensable against unwanted pests indoors and outdoors

  • Keep your food, beverages and different delicious meals safe. Cover plates, bowls ands dishes easily indoors, in camping and picnics 
  • This new flexible food cover is a solution to combating the unwanted flies bugs and other insects from your meal fruits and dishes.
Click here to learn more about Food Covers:

Friday, January 26, 2018

sraeli Holocaust survivors plead case of African migrants

Benjamin Netanyahu urged not to expel 38,000 people facing ‘suffering, torment and death’
Holocaust survivors in Israel have pleaded with the prime minister, Benjamin Netanyahu, not to expel 38,000 African migrants, citing their own experiences as outcasts. 
“We, who know precisely what it’s like to be refugees … homeless and bereft of a state that preserves and protects us from violence and suffering, cannot comprehend how a Jewish government can expel refugees and asylum seekers to a journey of suffering, torment and death,” the 36 signatories wrote in a letter in Haaretz on Friday. Read more >>>>>>>

Wednesday, January 03, 2018

DotCom Secrets book is A complete Guide how to strategically build a Profitable Business !

DotCom Secrets book is A complete Guide how to strategically build a Profitable Business !
“The Secret Formula, Value Ladder, Attractive Character” are just a few simple but exciting concepts which provide indispensably useful golden nuggets.
There are still some FREE copies available, if you click below:

Sudan’s economy continues its precipitous decline

Sudan’s economy continues its precipitous decline, but with no international news attention. Reuters was the last news organization to offer anything meaningful—that was years ago. Sudanese newspapers attempting to tell the truth are silenced. Meanwhile, Sudanese people suffer. Read more >>>>