You advocate for democracy= you are liberal
You believe in equality and equity= you are communist
You advocate for secularism= you are atheist
You respect human rights =you are Zionist
You stand for peace =you are a spy
You are tolerating diversity=you are not a Sudanese national.
If you've been doing all a/m then you are: liberal, communist, atheist, Zionist, spy and not a Sudanese national (Chadian, Egyptian or Ethiopian) I don't know even how a person could be a liberal and communist at the same time and how it would be a personal insult.
If you are trying to insult people by stereotyping them to certain ideologies, there is no word more offensive than Fundamentalism. Your verbal intimidations are not effective anymore, It's better for you to find another propaganda.
As a Sudanese citizen and a human; I've never experienced such feelings of anger, humiliation and sadness as when I watched sick people; ought to be Sudanese cheering in the national TV for the words of a child insulting South Sudanese president being a slave.
Till now I cannot find a justification for the Minister of Defense raising the Egyptian flag as a part of celebrating Higlig " liberation" and conserving national sovereignty. Also I cannot find a connection between destroying and burning a church and Islamic values or any religion at all.
Regardless what you are saying, human dignity and peace must be achieved not only for the people of Sudan; but all over the region and the world.
N.B fundamentalisms are including but not restricted to any religious extremist, racist, sexist excluding behavior.