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S. Sudan’s Kiir slams world community’s stance over Heglig

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April 27, 2012 (JUBA) - South Sudan president Salva Kiir Mayardit on Friday strongly criticised international community including the United Nations and African Union of showing "deliberate" failure to hold the government of the neighboring Sudan responsible for border conflict.

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President Salva Kiir, centre, arrives at the John Garang Masoleum in Juba, Sudan, Friday, April 27, 2012, as he is welcomed back to the country by his supporters after an official visit to China. (AP)

“The government of Sudan has never stopped bombing our innocent civil population even after signing Comprehensive Peace Agreement (CPA). They have continued to do so and indeed intensified air attacks in August 2011 after South Sudan officially became an independent state but the international community has never come out to condemn them," Kiir said on Friday.

The leader of the country’s governing Sudan People’s Liberation Movement (SPLM) made the remarks at a reception rally attended by thousands of people held at freedom square in Juba shortly after his return from a visit to china.

"The Security Council of the United Nations and the international community including the African union and the Arab league has never come out to condemn and hold Sudanese government in Khartoum, particularly President Bashir and his groups responsible for atrocities they have committed against the people of South Sudan and the three areas," he said.

"They only come out to condemn us when we react to aggression by the Sudanese government within our territories," president Kiir told a crowd with placards calling for immediate border demarcation.

The occupation of South Sudanese army of Heglig during ten days triggered international and regional condemnations against Juba which is also accused of backing Sudanese rebels from Darfur, Blue Nile and South Kordofan.

Fighters of the Sudan Revolutionary Front were accused of launching attacks from the Unity state and Upper Nile against the positions of the Sudanese army in South Kordofan. The rebel groups members of this alliance said aiming to topple the Sudanese regime.

This week, the African Union gave the Sudanese and South Sudanese parties three months to reach an agreement over the pending issues they are negotiating since more than a year without tangible progress.

The AU Peace and Security Council warned that in case they fail to conclude a deal on the outstanding issues, it will endorse as "final and binding" what a panel dealing with the Sudanese issues chaired by the former South African president Thabo Mbeki.

Kiir commended the country’s army for demonstrating capability to defend national sovereignty and territorial integrity of what he described as new and young nation and reiterated his claim that (Panthou) or Heglig lies deeply inside his country in Unity State.

"Panthou is deep inside Unity State. It is 56 kilometers from the border", Kiir told the reception rally, adding that Khartoum fooled the whole world that area is inside Sudan.

He went further to say that "continual resistance of attempt by the Sudanese army to take oil wells", and the seizure of Panthou proved the capability of the SPLA as national army to defend newly independent nation

Kiir wondered why the Security Council of the United Nations and the international community including African Union condemned and called for unconditional withdrawal of SPLA forces from Panthou while they do ignore where January 1956 borders between two countries lies.

"They do not know where our borders lie with Sudan and indeed this is what caused the conflict but they came out to condemn us and claimed that we have gone into Sudanese territory. This is a violation of our national sovereignty and the comprehensive peace agreement," said president Kiir.

The south Sudanese president however appointed that "One day, if there is law in this world, Panthou will come back to us by law." He further dismissed that his troops damaged the oil installation in Heglig saying there no reason to harm it "because they are ours."

The Chinese government, during Kiir’s visit renewed its call to stop hostilities between the two countries and to resume bilateral talks on the pending issues. Beijing also called on the parties to protect its interests in the oil producing areas from the both sides.

Speaking at the same gathering, vice-president Riek Machar dismissed and described media reports about coup in Juba as signs of "political defeat" allegedly concocted by the Sudanese government deliberately intended to winning back what he equally described as "dwindled legitimacy".

He told the crowd that reports claiming Khartoum backed militia groups operating against Juba based government had captured three places in Unity State were "pure lies" and that no single village in the state was under a militia control . He wondered about the capabilities of rebel groups to capture any town in the country if Sudanese armed forces could not do.

"If they cannot defeat us as government with all their capabilities why do they think militia groups can be any better," asked the vice-president stressing that "no militias in the country can defeat SPLA."

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  • 28 April 2012 08:52, by athor deng

    fuck Au, fuck Bashire, Fuck IC and fuck everyone who is against South Sudan..

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    • 28 April 2012 09:00, by Kurnyel

      There is no Fool leader like Kiir Mayardit under the Sun. When did not know that the international community is being driven by USA? fool, instead for you to distance yourself from those so call Americans, and than deal with friendship between your country and Sudan than you decided to wages wrong war. I call it wrong war to you because you asked your forces be killed in Heglig for no reason.

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      • 28 April 2012 09:06, by ebony

        Thanks Kurnyel a good comment..one thing also..was capturing Heglig a priority? Since January these people should have been concentrating on building the new pipeline.. it is only after Heglig then they remembered the pipeline and hurriedly they went to China!! I have not lost hope ..but things should be planned in a better way

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        • 28 April 2012 09:37, by Mi diit

          Kiir, Machar go on offensive to defend our territories from criminal Bashir.

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        • 28 April 2012 16:46, by Mach

          Kurnyiel, Ebony and many others in disguises, we don’t look at your names and says oh, he or she is a Southerner; we look at the contents of your comments and judged who you are! Just be like Mohammad Ali who is not ashamed of who he is and used his names proudly.

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      • 28 April 2012 09:22, by zulu

        kurmayel,
        you are a young idiot individual in a world of sophistry. Keep that nonsense in your home vicinity.
        Mr. President Kiir, we thanfully appreciate your diplomay and just keep on high. The world, except US is still living in the 19th Centuary where the government is the ruler and the ruled are simply subjects. The American system is that subjects are rulers and rulers are subjects/

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      • 28 April 2012 09:28, by Panthouandbeyond

        Kurnyel

        South Sudan took its independence after more than 22 years in war with the north. It was not granted to us by free. So, I think we will not get Panthou and other contested areas without fighting. You have to joint the south Sudan army to fight the north or remain silent and distance your self. Thanks

        Panthou and Beyond

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        • 28 April 2012 13:47, by Monydit K

          Believe me Kurney if we go for full war you motherfuckers will go back to middle-east and that were you belong to. Bashir is dump leader ever and stupid insane Arab cunt who doesn’t know what is humanity?

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      • 28 April 2012 13:06, by smilling angle

        a big lie from Kiir

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      • 28 April 2012 13:24, by kingdom

        @Kurnyel
        you are the waste fool in comparison, Kiir is not carrying the gov’t for himself,he has advisors from various fields,whatever he does is in confirmation of them. your idiotic hatred for Kiir will earns you huge punishment. control your mischieves against the head of state.

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      • 29 April 2012 05:46, by bior angeth

        Kurnyel, Kiir is not a fool as you put it. If he were a fool, he would not pullout of Heglig and see first why he was blamed instead of Bashir. You can call him a fool if international body fail to bring back the territory of South namely Heglig and other areas. Do not accuse USA falsely for pushing him to war. Khartoum failed Sudan terribly but they have not yet realized;they blame others for it

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    • 28 April 2012 09:23, by philip andriko

      Dear indeed fuck all of them they made this country the war zone that why they don’t condemn BASHIT action if they went to reactivate another civil wars we will fight to death,as per the reall am ready to rejoin my SPLA army and takeup my T55 i will not leave behind any ARAB CODE ALIVE .

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    • 28 April 2012 10:28, by Flora Tong

      Athor Deng, my brother we all dont like UN and AU unfair position in this, but we need to boost our diplomatic argument and show them the reality. we need ambassadors there to face them every day with our evidence. UN and AU supported us in our independance dont forget that. let us use better words sine that is our good culture.

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    • 28 April 2012 10:30, by Flora Tong

      Athor Deng, my brother we all dont like UN and AU unfair position in this, but we need to boost our diplomatic argument and show them the reality. we need ambassadors there to face them every day with our evidence. UN and AU supported us in our independance dont forget that. let us use better words sine that is our good culture.

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    • 28 April 2012 10:51, by SeekingTruth

      Lies only work on short term period but it’s the truth that will prevail in the long run. Arabs kept repeating lies after lies, claiming Heglig and other areas inside the South to be theirs and its working for them so far. What if we keep telling what is genuinely the truth? We will still win in the end!
      South Sudanese must keep pressing right buttons both diplomatically and militarily to win.

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      • 28 April 2012 16:24, by mohammed ali

        Seeker, certainly lies live very short! This why when your prsident said he "recovered" Heglig and said he will not withdraw, we said this a lie which had lived extreemly short period of time!

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    • 28 April 2012 12:49, by daniell

      this speech is well written and i think it touched the audiences.

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    • 28 April 2012 13:29, by Loko El Pollo

      ANYTHING FOR KIIR TO AVOID TALKING ABOUT THE COLAPSING ECONOMY? OMG,HE HAS ONLY LEFT WITH 2YRS AND HE WILL RUN OUT OF THE BLACK HATS.HEGLIQ,SOMEBODY NEED TO TALK TO MAJITH YAK WHO DON’T WANT SPLA TO STEP THEIR FEET IN THEIR NGOKLAND.

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  • 28 April 2012 08:58, by Thiang Geka

    International Community will convinced if and only if we can prove that " well done is better than well said " So all South Sudanese should rally behind our divine president inorder to convince the world about deeds.

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    • 28 April 2012 09:05, by Kurnyel

      Instead of Kiir denying South sudan involvement and said that SPLM/N were the one fighting in Heglig, than you put your entire population and your country in to hell that SPLA capture Heglig were are they now? there is no any mighty forces that could defeated SAF atall cost.Amen

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      • 28 April 2012 13:36, by kingdom

        @kURNYEL
        YOU seem to a frutrated jobless guy, insulting the gov’t is not the solution, come on have a share.

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  • 28 April 2012 09:00, by North Sudan

    Both Salva and Mechar here made me recall Animal Farm by George Orwell

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    • 28 April 2012 09:29, by zulu

      Kurnyel and North whatever,
      Be encouraged now but let us follow international law because no one is a master of international that keeps developing. Yesterday you witnessed charles taylor an Amerian born remanded in prison. But we saw in Egypt a dead corpse of a woman is allowed to be sexually used by the living husband. This is a topsy turvy world. I promise you, we will fight every legal argumn

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    • 28 April 2012 10:04, by Agaldit

      If Arab known pathou is 26km insides why do they suffering themseves.You mr Kiir keep your wards upward your p’ple r under you and your National army is ready to depends a nation.
      SPLA OYEEEEEEEEEEEEEEE.
      Gud army OYeeeeeeeeeeee.

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      • 28 April 2012 17:48, by wadelsudan

        Let kiir get 22 billion $ from the moon to build lamo project, he is an idiot.

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        • 28 April 2012 19:46, by Mach

          Wadelsudan, the possibility that South Sudan is going to use the old pipe-line to transit its oil to Port Sudan is zero!

          If it did cost you $ 22 billion to build the current pipe-line all the way to Port Sudan, why is impossible for South Sudan to do the same to the Kenyan Port?

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          • 29 April 2012 00:20, by Northern Sudanese

            Mach

            who said we want you to export oil through our land?

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  • 28 April 2012 09:04, by Diu J.Kuek

    Yes good step Mr President Kiir to point out the attitude of the International Community specially UN and AU of showing deliberate failure for their acting partially and unjust against our nation over Heglig while Sudan continuous bombing our innocent civilians UN and AU make no comment on that.

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  • 28 April 2012 09:15, by Panthouandbeyond

    Mr. President Kiir

    Please stand strong and maintain your position as president of the republic of south Sudan. Our voice must be heard all over the world. We support you and your admnistration to protect our nation from any aggression from Sudan. There is no room for United Nations, African Union and their allies to blame us and be nice to Sudan.

    Panthou and Beyo

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  • 28 April 2012 09:41, by Thiang Geka

    Had the President’s right hand man been in the front line of fighting and bombardment? What a brave President’s.

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  • 28 April 2012 11:01, by Konan

    Janobean,

    Had any son of Kiir been to the front lines and fought for the sake of their country as dad promised? I can assure u that they r living in Australia enjoying the money stolen from the starving, poor and marginalized ppl of SS. Pls. give a clear and convincing comment not usual mucky expressions!!!

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    • 28 April 2012 13:39, by Loko El Pollo

      ABO JALABI LIED THE OTHER DAY THAT BENTIU AND MALAKAL WERE GOING TO BE LIBERATED THIS WEEK.NOW NOTHING IS BEING SEEN,I GUESS HIS SOURCES ARE THE SAME WITH THAT OF KHALID AL SWARMI OF SAF MOUTHPIECE.

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  • 28 April 2012 11:02, by Daniel Buolmawei

    "If they cannot defeat us as government with all their capabilities why do they think militia groups can be any better," asked the vice-president stressing that "no militias in the country can defeat SPLA."

    Absolutely, Mr. Vice President, you’re right. How can these militias with no support be victorious against our Mighty SPLA? That’s impossible. SAF can’t do it leave alone unsupported bandits.

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    • 28 April 2012 11:28, by mohammed ali

      SPLA theifs are the only people who can say that the son rises from the west!They even beleive that!SPLA was badly defeated,"uncountable" number of untrained slodiers were killed in a senseless war,according to the Frsnsh Press Agency.Machar, whose childrens are living in US, is talking about "defeat" These out of touch theifs don’t feel the pain of the poor, starving & marginailized pple of SS!

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      • 28 April 2012 11:42, by mohammed ali

        According to Garang no one had won the war, secession"not independence" came as the result of negotiation.SPLA was never able to enter Juba or major towns for 22 years.SAF pulled out in peace & handled to the theifs a rich country in a golden plate.The theifs loooted the country & the plate.Instead of building on the momentum of peace they went for war to cover up for unprecedented " robery" ..co

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        • 28 April 2012 12:07, by mohammed ali

          .."robbery" of public money in the history of the world! If Sudan intends to attack SS, why did they withdraw in the first place. The aim of the CPA is that we both live in peace.Kiir should understand that he has no right to talk about the 3 areas.The international community had warned him before hand against interference in Sudan.Heglig was ruled out by an int.court to be outside SS....con

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          • 28 April 2012 12:17, by mohammed ali

            ..It is ridiculous that Kiir is trying to teach the world!His claim that he was prepared to recieve Bsheer in Juba & negotiate with him is simply laughable! How would Basheer come while you were in Heglig claimimg it as yours!Was he excpecting him to come carrying a white flag & surrender before him?!It is so...sooo stupid!This obviously tells us that there are 2 decision makers in SS....con

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            • 28 April 2012 12:31, by mohammed ali

              This rally organised by Machar tells us a lot.You don’t organised such a big rally to deny accusation, presumaby coming from the " enemy"! It was organised to address the local pple!First the news of the " coup" came from international media & not from Khartoum.2nd, the Chinese at the highest level reported that he had cut short his visit due to " domestic" issues.So, why blaming Khartoum?!

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              • 28 April 2012 12:45, by mohammed ali

                Now,Salva is burdened with the blame of the world,military defeat,diplomatic failures & collapsing economy.While Machar appers as the solving problem hero! Unscathed,from all what he really did.He is treating his president as an imbecile.Machar organised this rally to calmm Sava’s fears.The man is very cunning.He is waiting for Salva to trip & stumble in one of his traps.No smoke without fire!

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                • 28 April 2012 15:19, by Beneben Bai

                  mohamed ali, who do you think is not capable from our leaders comparing to your leaders? who do you know from your leaders who did not still the gvt money and S. Sudanese oil? how long do you think you will be preaching stupid ideas on this forum about S.Sudan and its leaders. we are now still working just to defend our nation. do you agree that we also work on this fruom aganist you as nation?

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                • 28 April 2012 16:52, by Rommel

                  Mohammed Ali:

                  I have on many occasions asked you -and rather politely- that you end your practice of misquoting institutions of international significance, but evidently to no avail. How many times have I proven you a liar, and at best a man bedevilled by incorrigible ignorance!? The Permanent Court of Arbitration (PCA) did not rule that Heglig does not belong to South Sudan!

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                  • 28 April 2012 16:59, by Rommel

                    It said nothing of the sort! The PCA was afforded a very limited, a very specific mandate; it was tasked only with determining the extent of Abyei as it stood at the date of its transfer from Bahr el Ghazl to Kordofan in 1905 by the Condominium government. The PCA defined Abyei in a way that moved both the Heglig (and Bamboo) oil sites to the east of Abyei’s eastern boundary.

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                    • 28 April 2012 17:02, by Rommel

                      But with respect to Heglig, this is all it did. It did not place Heglig in northern Sudan or South Sudan; it simply said that Heglig lies to the east of Abyei:

                      “The eastern boundary of the area of the nine Ngok Dinka chiefdoms transferred to Kordofan in 1905 runs in a straight line along longitude 29° 00? 00” E, from latitude 10° 10? 00” N south to the Kordofan – Upper Nile boundary as it was

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                      • 28 April 2012 17:10, by Rommel

                        defined on 1 January 1956.” This ruling did nothing to settle where the “1 January 1956 border” actually lies. It had no mandate to make such a determination, and did not attempt to do so. If you wish to contend that the limited mandate of the PCA on Abyei did indeed demarcate the general North-South border...that would necessarily have you concede that the PCA ruled that Abyei belongs to South

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                        • 28 April 2012 17:39, by Rommel

                          Sudan. You seem to be operating under the notion that areas left outside the Abyei belong to Khartoum... what then of the areas included in the Abyei area? Do they then belong to Juba? The PCA determined the extent of the Abyei area, and only the Abyei area.

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                          • 28 April 2012 18:05, by Rommel

                            Back to the issue of Aliny:

                            There is a wealth of documented evidence regarding the demographic character of the Aliny area; sources on the matter include the UN Special Rapporteur, Leonardo Franco, who in 1999 reported on the widespread displacement of Aliny’s population:

                            "As recently as May 1999, many villages on the eastern edge of Heglig were attacked and burned to the ground by the

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                            • 28 April 2012 18:12, by Rommel

                              Sudanese army, causing the displacement of some 1,000-2,000 civilians. The Harker Report had this to say:

                              "Maps made in 1954, prior to Sudanese independence, show that Ruweng County and the area westwards to Heglig and south towards Rubkona and the Bahr El Ghazal River was home to the Dinka Panaru and Dinka Alor, cattle-rearing people."

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                              • 28 April 2012 18:19, by Rommel

                                "Certainly, there seem to be few,if any,Nuer or Dinka at work at Heglig,which seems to fit with a widely held view in Western Upper Nile that the GOS, thus GNPOC, views all non-Arabs as potential threats to security. Skilled workers are brought from the North; the unskilled are
                                recruited, on an as needed basis, by the Arab overseers working for GNPOC, and they go to the Heglig Market for this

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                                • 28 April 2012 18:30, by Rommel

                                  for this purpose, a market where are gathered the Jallaba traders and the Bagarra nomads who have proliferated in the area since the time of Chevron."

                                  This is what the coalition of international justice wrote in its 2006 report on Heglig and the surrounding area:

                                  "As noted above, beginning half way through the dry season of 1991-2 and restarting in November 1992, (and continuing through the

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                                  • 28 April 2012 18:32, by Rommel

                                    the whole of the dry season of 1992-3) government forces together with Arab murahaleen allies began an offensive of looting, burning and abduction, resulting in the destruction of at least 57 hamlets in the Heglig area."

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                      • 28 April 2012 18:02, by Mach

                        Rommel, do you think Mohammed will debate you again? No, that’s not happening, you are one of the many who knows a lot to be lied to!

                        Just observed those they go after to debate and those they don’t, you will know exactly what I am talking about.

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                        • 28 April 2012 18:37, by Rommel

                          Mach:

                          I am extremely humbled by your compliment, thank you. Pseudos like Mohammed operate on ignorance, and are hoping that others are just as ignorant as they are.

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              • 28 April 2012 14:02, by Loko El Pollo

                YOU PEOPLE OF KHARTOUM SURVIVE AND MAKE MONEY ON FAKE UTOPIA.IT BETTER FOR YOU TO GO TO ABU-DHABI WERE MOST ARABS LIVE IN FLOATING COTTAGES.KHARTOUM IS A CITY OF LIES AND DECEIT OF THE SUBSERVIENT MAJORITIES WHO DON’T OWN TVS.THEY ONLY LISTEN HYPED NEWS AND THE USUAL RANTS FROM THE USELESS DICTATOR.

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        • 28 April 2012 22:17, by Tiger

          Mohammed Ali,Kurnyel and the likes.
          you’re fuckin liars,SPLA killed more than 500 hundreds of the Sudanese army forces,this is still nothing to us though,we will kill more than that until you realize how strong the Spla become.South Sudan is an eight months old Country,but guess what"we’re kicking asses.after two yrs,no more Donkey will be allow to bray louder in anywhere in Sudan.

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      • 28 April 2012 13:50, by Loko El Pollo

        YOU CANNOT SUCK UP SOMEONE ELSE OIL AND EXPECT NOT TO BE BURRIED ALIVE BY HOWITZER STINGRAYS.THANK GOOD WE GOT THE MOST BELICOSE SAF MANIAC GENERALS AND BRIGS AND COUNTLESS MONEY PRIVATES.NOW KHARTOUM WILL HAVE TO TRAIN THE NEWLY INSPIRED ALAH AKUPOR BOYS.SPLA ARE WAITING FOR THEM WITH THEIR KEYS TO JAHNA EL AWEEL.

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      • 28 April 2012 14:02, by Smith

        Mohamed Ali and the likes, I pray for the North Sudanese at large to know the truth of the matter when air is clear of NCP...the Northerners have been denied information by the NCP criminals and this is a crime. When you become conscious and know the truth, you will arrest Bashir and his gangs accordingly. this is may fear now since you are kept in a dark including intellectuals don’t know the tru

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        • 28 April 2012 16:34, by mohammed ali

          Smith, information can’t be denied in the digital era! There are floods of information through sattelite tv and the internet.You can’t hide informatios.Only ignorant, brain-washed don’t know how to get information!

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          • 28 April 2012 17:14, by Smith

            Mohamed Ali, I believed that, if you are a Northerner, then you know the fact about information denial to your public in Khartoum....All newspapers are controlled by Gov and allow their lies only to be published. Digital Era,,,,,,wahaha...joking..where in Khartoum can you find a single cybercafe or internet hub...only limited mobile phone uses by those who have no info.....like you.

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  • 28 April 2012 12:04, by E. Defense Forces
    • 28 April 2012 12:48, by athor deng

      defend force..are you the owner of "southsudanhub.com"? just asking, no hard feelings

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  • 28 April 2012 13:01, by Ephrem Adonai

    For the love of God, War is not picknick, war means death, destruction of property and if the war had no objective from the outset, it make the whole compaign a big fiasco. That is exacly what we are witnessing in Juba today. Presidetn Salva kirr should answer the following questions

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    • 28 April 2012 13:04, by Ephrem Adonai

      A)What was the objective of the war and invading Heglig?
      B)If the objective was to overthrew the Bashir Government, why did the SPLA Stoped at Heglig and gave NCP all the time needed to regroup and repulse the SPLA
      C) What is the exit plan?
      D) Can the country cope with the economic calamity which is going to result following the reluctance of Bashir not to allow juba to export its oil throught NS

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      • 28 April 2012 13:09, by Ephrem Adonai

        E) With South Sudan been a country with fertile and arable ground, why had the government gave no priority to make the nation self sustainable in food security or at least make experiment. All the food ithems is imported either from Sudan or Uganda.
        F) an estimate of 14 Billion US dollar have poured to South Sudan treasury after the peace aggreement,

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        • 28 April 2012 13:12, by Ephrem Adonai

          Why is there lack of electricity in Juba

          J) Why is every senior official of the government entitled to Two Toyota landcruisers when he has only one butt?
          H) Why is the governmenet allowing Lebanese "business men" to suck the country?

          Those are the questions which should be answered before Kirr embark on another war enterprise.

          Your east African brother.

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          • 28 April 2012 13:38, by Ephrem Adonai

            And this is for Mohammed Ali.

            A) Why is Sudan demanding 38 Dollar per barrel fee in order to allow SS to ship its oil through port Sudan, Is that acceptable? Can any reasonable person accept this fee? Personally i see it as blackmail.

            B) Why are they demanding South Sudan to share Sudan’s foreign debt: was the money which was borrowed in the name of Sudan beneficiary to South Sudanese?

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            • 28 April 2012 13:45, by Ephrem Adonai

              C)After the exploration of Oil, what has Sudan done to improve the life condition of its citizens? You accuse South Sudanese for not doing anything with their oil revenue, what about Sudan? .except the access of coca cola and Fanta in every street in Khartoum, Sudan has done nothing with its oil money. All the money is in the united Arab emirate banks owned by Vice president Taha.

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              • 28 April 2012 14:20, by Loko El Pollo

                ONLY KHARTOUM AND PORTSUDAN ARE THE ONLY CITIES BEING BUILD AS SHOWCASE TO THE WORLD.THE REST ARE SHANTY TOWN.ANYBODY WHO WENT TO NYALA AND HAMMISH-KORREB WILL ATEST TO WHAT I HAVE WRITTEN.THIS NCP HAS BEEN IN POWER FOR CLOSE TO 29 YRS AND ALL THEY OFFER EVERYDAY IS ALAH AKUBER,LIKE GOD IS ONLY FOR THE NORTHERNERS.

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              • 28 April 2012 15:18, by mohammed ali

                Ephram, than you for your civil & intelligent contribution. I agree with about every single word you said about war. War is a digrace.SS had only 6 month and the least thing it needs is war.Unfortunately instead on building on the momentum of peace and let their pple have a tast of it, they formed what the called SRC or whatever.Their is aim is to " liberate" Khartoum. This non of their bussiness.

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                • 28 April 2012 15:31, by Beneben Bai

                  mohamed ali, jalby, kurnyel and the like, all of you are jealous becauase of our new nation. you are still dreaming that it will be part of old sudan. SPLA fought you for more than 22 years. if you don’t know then ask your fathers and others on how horrible it was. you will be facing a country that you don’t want to graw but was born with teeth to bite and well trained to kick and don’t joke

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                • 28 April 2012 15:37, by mohammed ali

                  ..not in the best interest of the pple of SS and is not achieveable.The transit fees or " transitional settelment" are 4 proposal by the AU & the IM, which were ALL accepted by & rejected by RSS.It is LESS than the standered international norms.It was the mainly the recommendation of the IMF.Having said that, I am sure that Sudan will as before is ready to accept the IMF proposal again.The US & EU

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                  • 28 April 2012 15:57, by mohammed ali

                    ..were also supportive of the proposal. Certainly no one in the world will accept Pagan’s one dollar for a barrel!Again , debet sharing should be accoeding to international laws & in conformity with IMF proposal. We don’t want more than what is normal in simmilar cases internationally, according to the IMF.Regarding what the govenment did; though it is much less than our expectations & dreams,

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                    • 28 April 2012 16:04, by mohammed ali

                      ..they did alot.1250 mega watt hydro-electric damp had been built,another 400 mega-watt is underconstruction, 4oo mega-watt plant built in north Khartoum, another simillar on is under construction is under construction in Kosti, tarmic roads had reach up to Egypit in the north, another road to Prt-Sudan was built. Wesr-ward the road reach beyoud AL Nihood, Circular road in s.kordufan is going well

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                      • 28 April 2012 16:21, by mohammed ali

                        ..6 cement factories were built, expansion of Damazine damp will finish quite soon.We have a good car assembly line.Yet this is much below our expections & dreams.Coca Cola & fant were built in the 60th. There are accusations of corruption, but not of the $ 1.5-2 billions type.Interestingly Taha was never accused of corruption, his family & children are living here with us.

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                  • 28 April 2012 16:07, by Beneben Bai

                    mohamed ali, jalaby, kurnyel and ahmed haroon in kadugli, don’t be simply call fools. instead of stating your views, you keep insulting our president and SPLA in this forum. don’t you think that we can also do the same using worst words. be careful. we know a lot about you. it is not difficult for us to work against you. do you read your newspapers and know what your people are saying against us??

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                    • 28 April 2012 16:43, by mohammed ali

                      Benben, we don’t need to ask our fathers about war. We know it is horrible, devastating & we don’t want it.It is your government who want war while it is the last thing they should think about.I don’t insult anybody, but what do youcall rulers who " take " $ 1.5 in one year & 2 in another yearwhile their pple are starving , escaping to neighbourin countries as refugees? to me these are thiefs

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                    • 28 April 2012 17:29, by Mach

                      Beneben Bai, nice try, but this is exactly how you can spell your names; say “Beny eben Baai”. Look you can never be us, no matter how hard you try!

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                      • 28 April 2012 20:24, by Beneben Bai

                        my brother Mach, this not the issue here, please look ahead, not around and beheind if not necessary. if that is the case, then you need to check your name (Mach), the spelling could be Mac don’t spell it with sound of MAK! Beny is not but bene is the correct. For bai is slight different with baai. Do you say (bai panda) or baai paanda? after all this is not our subject here my brother

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                • 28 April 2012 17:11, by Loko El Pollo

                  YOUR GOVERNMENT DIDN’T COMMIT TO THEIR CONSULTATIONS AS PER CPA.WHAT DO YOU THINK THE NUBIANS WHO HAD SUFFERED ALOT WILL GAIN WHEN THEY WERE ASKED TO DISARM OR ELSE.THEY CHOSE WHAT THEY SEE FIT AND THAT ISTO CHANGE THE RIGIME.SAF IS INCAPABLE OF CRUSHING THEM.LET WAIT AND SEE IF THEIR WILL NOT BE ANOTHER CPA FOR THEM.SPLA SOUTH IS AT YOUR ASS OVER PANTHOU,THAT IS A REALITY THAT CAN’T BE BRUSH ASID

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  • 28 April 2012 16:24, by chromebars

    I think it is best to refer to my other comments in regards to the UN and AU and possible solutions (one of many:
    please go to:
    http://www.sudantribune.com/African-Union-s-position-on-Sudan,42402

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  • 28 April 2012 17:19, by Smith

    Mohamed Ali and his indicted criminals should now URINATE in those Chinese pipelines and export their URINES if china lacks it.....Thank God SPLA saved our oil from thieves in Khartoum..we shall now finished pipeline and sell our oil....hahaha are you going to Sell your Faeces and urines to Chinese? you go digging for salt in port Sudan otherwise you are doomed to beg us soon.

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  • 28 April 2012 17:45, by wadelsudan

    Kiir should have never been president, he is incompetent and a moron even to work as a security gaurd,the world laugh we he talks ,he should first stop drinking local wine so we kno who he is talking too, our brothers in the south should kick him out before he destroy this new country.

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    • 28 April 2012 20:41, by Beneben Bai

      Wadsudan, how do you know that our president takes local wine? if we assume so, then what is wrong with it? you talk nosense against our strong president while ingoring your side. Do you know that some of your leaders are Luaitha? the prove is that some of them did not produced children up to now eventhough they have wives. ha ha ha I am sure you know who I mean

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      • 28 April 2012 22:43, by wadelsudan

        Brother Bai, I assumed Kiir is taking local wine so i can find execuse for his folishness and strange behaviour,north ejected uk, he should know t least south is a new nation plaqued by corruption,diseases,tribal conflicts, iliteracy he should not drag them in a lost war, south is landlocked and can never exist without the north bcs musevini will kill for south oil as he allegedly did in the past

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      • 29 April 2012 00:26, by Mach

        Beneben Bai as you call yourself, look, it take a lot to be smart, and you can’t just gained it overnight!

        Who was the one trashing the president earlier and the one trying to defend him now? Can you now start to connect the dots of what I was saying about you earlier?

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  • 28 April 2012 22:10, by JAMES KUOI STEPHEN

    Our faithfull Southern Sudanese, we are extremely great to standstrong on our objective to cultivate routs of peace and love for unity in our Country Southern Sudan.We fought for 21 years,but non of friends had welcome you to get his share. Keep meanfull of comerate when we were in the movement. Justification would bring all remaining CPA issues to completion when you are committing to follow them

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  • 29 April 2012 00:23, by Northern Sudanese

    kiir is drunk :D ............

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  • 29 April 2012 07:08, by Konan

    Breaking News

    China agrees to lend eight billion dollars to South Sudan. Obviously, USA sold SS to China....LOL. No wonder China is lending money to USA too. Now the Chinese can have control over both North & South Sudan. I told u b4 this oil is neither yours nor ours.

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