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February 15, 2012 (JUBA) – Chinese oil companies operating in South Sudan face the possibility of expulsion if it is proven that they are complicit in stealing the country’s oil, a senior official said here today.

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President of Sudan Omer Hassan al-Bashir and Chinese President Hu Jintao listen to the national anthems during a welcoming ceremony at the Great Hall of the People on June 29, 2011 in Beijing, China (AFP)

The newborn state which became independent last July is locked in a row with its northern neighbour over oil and transporting it through the pipeline that runs through Sudan’s territory.

Khartoum wants Juba to pay $36 per barrel of oil it exports using Sudan’s infrastructure. But South Sudan says the fair fee should be around $1. An African Union (AU) panel tasked with mediating in this dispute among others has tabled a number of proposals that were rejected.

The Sudanese government frustrated with the lack of progress of the oil talks started seizing part of the crude exported saying that this would be to make up for unpaid invoices owed by Juba. The latter retaliated by suspending oil production altogether.

South Sudan also warned that it will sue any party that is proven to have facilitated or bought oil “stolen” by Khartoum.

Today the country’s chief negotiator in the oil talks Pagan Amum went further in this regard and singled out Chinese companies.

"Our relations with China are beginning but they are of course having difficulties now because of the role of some Chinese companies or individuals covering up some of this stealing," Amum told reporters in Juba according to Reuters.

"We will make them pay the cost or else they are out of the country," he added, without naming the firms.

State oil firms from China, India and Malaysia own majority shares in the three consortium’s extracting oil in South Sudan. China is the biggest buyer of South Sudanese oil and has built the most oil facilities in both countries.

Amum also said the Sudanese oil ministry had ordered Malaysian-Chinese pipeline operator Petrodar this week to switch on a tie-in pipeline to divert 120,000 bpd of southern oil to Sudan’s refineries.

He handed out a letter dated 13 February, allegedly from Petrodar, informing South Sudan that Sudan had commissioned the tie-in line to transfer crude "unilaterally and by force".

China has attempted to reconcile differences between the two sides and last year dispatched its special envoy to Africa for that purpose but has met little success.

Despite being the country with the largest stake in the oil, Beijing has remained mostly silent in recent weeks amid escalation of rhetoric between Khartoum and Juba and warnings from the two sides on the possibility of reverting back to war.

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  • 16 February 2012 08:25, by Lorolokin

    Chinese has to go now , in fact they are the one who are facilitating the stealing , The Chinese contributed in the killing of Southerners more than the Jallabas. Chinese have to go now and now. fuck.

    Kinkak.

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    • 16 February 2012 08:30, by Robot

      their operation should be reviewed as well because they lack proper disposal of waste in the area which as killed cattle and affected the surrounding communities massively.

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  • 16 February 2012 08:31, by mohammed ali

    Waw, big mouth! This megaphone diplomacy won’t work with China! Your masters, now a days cannot threaten China! Do you know what was president Bush " senior" plan B during Gulf war 1 in case gulf oil was blocked? It was to extract oil from somewhere far from the gulf.Now as a serious war is looming in the Gulf with potential closure of Hurmous stright; the American diplomat are very active ..con

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    • 16 February 2012 08:42, by mohammed ali

      to rivive that plan.If the oil is in SS they would have built the pipeline through Kenya in 2 month!They want a place where it could compencate for the 10 million pbd loss, it should be close to the sea, secure & safe.This why is their shuttle diplomacy & the cosmtic surgery to the scars which they inflicted to us!The little attention they are paying to you, the " warnings" in form of advice...co

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      • 16 February 2012 08:50, by mohammed ali

        ..the offer of Obama to scrap Sudan loans in an election year, never mind the human right talk..bla..bla " they were saying the same about China, now non" little cosmotics will remove it.Every day you are complaining about Sudan bombing, they just made very few " whispering" nothing more.Your big friend is asking you firmly to finalise the oil deal;the word finalise sounds like an " order"....con

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        • 16 February 2012 08:58, by mohammed ali

          ..& you WILL obey it! Sudan, I suppose know the game very well; they declined to meet the very senior American delegates 2-3 weeks ago, now another one is coming, why? Again Sudan offered China 6 exploration blocks & your friends crazy! They know what underneath the ground much more than anyone, otherwise what is the importance of Sudan to them " of you may think that you are important to them. NO

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          • 16 February 2012 09:09, by mohammed ali

            Soon commarade Pagan they will put more pressure on you and disclose all the money you have stolen from the pple of SS, to defame you.Then you will have no option except returning to Cuba to fight the "imperialism" again.

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            • 16 February 2012 12:05, by Rommel

              Mohammed Ali:

              There is no Nation that can build a pipeline traversing such great distances in merely two months; the U.S. for all its vaunted industrial capabilities is no exception. You seem to have surmised that since the U.S. hasn’t expressed a precipitous willingness to build an alternative pipeline, that this necessarily means that South Sudan’s potential oil deposits are derisory...

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              • 16 February 2012 12:15, by Rommel

                and that you are at the epicentre of the United State’s geo-political machinations in relation to America’s "Plan B"... because they’re apparently privy to your copious oil deposits. If this were the case, the U.S. would have courted you decades ago, as they have done in many repressive resource-rich Nations. I suppose [in your mind] that North Sudan may be able to produce 10 million bpd?

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                • 16 February 2012 16:05, by mohammed ali

                  Rommel, well if your govenment could build it in 6 months as they claim, then am going change my mind and would say the American could build it in 10 days!The American are in fact courting us for decades, albiet in a negative way!The UNSC for quite some time had no business except Sudan.Hundreds of resolutions were only about Sudan.The death toll in Darfur escalated from about 60,000 to 500,000..

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                  • 16 February 2012 16:18, by mohammed ali

                    then they found that it is going to be close to the 2 millions of SS then they descalted it to3 00,000! Unfortunately I am not that naive to believe that was because of human rights & bla..bla like in Saudi Arabia or Egypt their biggest friends!Certainly it is not for the sake of their love to you!They always believe in the old say..no permenant friends but permenant interest.Now their best is..co

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                    • 16 February 2012 16:35, by mohammed ali

                      ..best friend is their big lender CHINA of Tian Amen square( now we donnot hearit)They worked very hard to make SPLA rule Sudan but they failed.Now they shuttle to & fro Sudan. Why? Bush initially refused to sign the sanctions saying it was against American interests.What interests? Till now I cant see any.I didn’t say 10 million barrels, but why should it hurt u, let it be 100 million why are

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                      • 16 February 2012 16:55, by mohammed ali

                        ..botered! I can see that you associated yourself to " powerful nations" I must congratulate you for that! But, are you sure that they associated themselves to you?!!

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                        • 16 February 2012 17:20, by Rommel

                          Mohammed Ali:

                          I think the biggest problem I have with you, apart from your long-winded tangents and penchant for distortion, is your willful lack of reading comprehension. South Sudan has never stated that it could achieve the construction of the alternative pipeline in merely six months. It has stated that it could *start* building this proposed pipeline in six months.

                          Read slowly, Mohammed.

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                          • 16 February 2012 17:31, by Rommel

                            As for what Bush said or did not say... I cannot at this point so credulously take your confounded interpretations and citations on any matter at face value. What is the merit of a compulsive liar!?

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                            • 16 February 2012 17:57, by Rommel

                              Disavowals are rendered futile when the text stares straight at us. You spoke of how the Americans "want a place where it could compencate for the 10 million pbd loss"; a place "close to the sea, secure & safe.". You then expounded on the matter in your signature embittered style, by linking it with American’s recent démarches with Khartoum.

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                          • 16 February 2012 17:58, by mohammed ali

                            Rommel,they said in 6 month, they didn’t say could * start* in 6 months. This * start* is your own *invention*. invention in such a case is a lie! You better read carefully.You better read again this very carefully with wide open eyes : they can NEVER start in 6 months..NEVER , that if they start at all! In 6 years they did NOTHING except looooooooooting!From top to bottom.

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            • 16 February 2012 16:43, by Paul Ongee

              Can you imagine the only country in Africa that yells to be part of Middle East without oil on its soil is Republic of Sudan whose political and economic life hangs solely on stolen oil of South Sudan and financial bailout? For a loan Juba is closer than Qatar but because of ICC Khartoum keeps beating the drum of war while stealing oil on false claims.

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        • 16 February 2012 10:41, by Logic

          lol

          I like how these NCP blind loyalists like to dream up their stories, the U.S knows where its interest lies more than anyone. If N. Sudan was confident of its own resources there would never be threats of war, we all know the north has resources but its the quality and quantity that’s the elusive question. One day the north will benefit from its own land but not through the racist NCP.

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          • 16 February 2012 11:41, by mohammed ali

            Logic,there are some racist in Sudan, but by and large we are the most kind,generous, respecrful people on Earth.The proof of that our brothers from the south stayed and still they are staying in peace during the war time.Only 360,000 of them left to SS under intimidation of the SPLA thugs majoity still want to remain.The racit are the jalabba like you who always bring their"ratial" complex up!

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          • 16 February 2012 11:51, by mohammed ali

            Logic, certainly they do know more than in anyone. To be fair , I would say it is going to be were they built their biggest embassy in Africa.Certainly that is not in Juba! Use your brain as you are not a fool or stupid like the rest of the people ,whom you always judge this way!

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            • 16 February 2012 12:23, by Rommel

              Mohammed Ali:

              I don’t think the United States was motivated in building the largest American embassy in Africa due to your imagined economic importance. If that was the formula, the United States would have constructed Africa’s largest embassy in Africa’s most resource-rich Nation > Congo.

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              • 16 February 2012 12:30, by Rommel

                Your importance is confined to the role you can play in America’s ’War on terrorism’; they want you spy and impede the progress of your erstwhile allies in the horn of Africa and beyond > Al Qaeda. You can play that role for them exceptionally well.

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                • 16 February 2012 12:40, by Rommel

                  I have addressed your posts in another ’thread’.

                  http://www.sudantribune.com/Unity-state-governor-Oil-starved,41597

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                  • 16 February 2012 17:36, by mohammed ali

                    Rommel, I can see you have vomitted alot of venomous hatred in your thread, albiet you are an imporant bussy man! The UN did say that Bahyrat abyad is part of Sudan, this why they ignored your every day claims that Sudan had attacked you!If you think that I am telling you that you day dreams of "association with powerful nations" is a lie, then am a lier.For those who could barely afford...con

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                    • 16 February 2012 17:46, by mohammed ali

                      ..to feed themselves & still running naked in the bush to be associated with "powerful nations" are the worst type of liers, because they are lying to themselves.This is pathological! As is the false arrogancy which is a denial syndrome hiding a deeply seated inferiority complex.It is an intractable disease!

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                • 16 February 2012 16:47, by mohammed ali

                  Rommel, oh , you believe that there is something called Al Qaida! Where is that? You mean the man who was hiding in a remote cave in one of the most obscure state in the world was a threat to the most poweful country in history!He was "killed" in 90 seconds instead of arresting him to tell us all the secrets of the " most dangerous terrorist organisation in history".How can we fight terrorism..

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                  • 16 February 2012 18:38, by Rommel

                    Mohammed Ali:

                    You must provide the requested citations that you have continuously ascribed to the UN. Every claim made must be substantiated.

                    Please provide the requested citations.

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                    • 16 February 2012 18:47, by Rommel

                      I don’t at all believe that Nations can have friends; relations between Nations are defined and determined by interest. You are singing to the choir on this matter. I more than understand that the foreign policy of the United States is not at all motivated by humanitarian concerns.

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                      • 16 February 2012 19:03, by Rommel

                        As for the existence of ’Al Qaeda’ or whatever name it operates under... there is undoubtedly a loose confederation of Islamist militants that have operated in Somalia, Afghanistan, Pakistan and many other Nations. Sudan has had relations with these radical groups, and this is why the United States has employed you in ’anti-terror’ services.

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                        • 16 February 2012 19:16, by Rommel

                          I have not displayed any hatred towards you, Mohammed. You constantly accuse me of this, but I have been rather cordial with you and have never employed the use of profanity in all my discussions with you. I have never maligned the people of North Sudan as a collective.

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            • 16 February 2012 13:03, by Observer

              Mohammed

              The biggest US Embassy in sub- Sahara Africa is in Ethiopia so don’t quite understand what you trying to say here.

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              • 16 February 2012 18:09, by mohammed ali

                How much is area does the embassy in Khartoum occupy, Mr. Observer!

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                • 17 February 2012 08:14, by Ramiran

                  mohamad homosexual
                  it does not a matter how many embassy do you have, that question is out of mind, because to have a many legacies, it is a willing to that country in particular not by force. though you have embassy from countries out of south sudan and isreal it is up to you.

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    • 16 February 2012 08:49, by Xeno

      M Ali,

      I see you are willingly refusing to admit the truth being presented to you by Pagan. China you seem to brag about may be one of the superpowers these days but its still years away to control this world if that is what you want. Anyway, if chinese become super thievies helping those amateur little thieves in Kartuom, the decision is right...kick their asses out of south sudan! period!

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      • 16 February 2012 09:02, by mohammed ali

        Xeno, I think you know that super thieves are within your govenment.This why they this word excessively, to divert your attention & cover up their henious crime against the innocent starving,poor and marginalized people of SS.

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        • 16 February 2012 09:10, by Makuei

          Ali,

          Your poor are dying gravely in the North, in more than 9 States. Did you solve their problems?

          Dont be smart on internet - your mom is dying in Khartoum.

          Ya Jalaba,

          There are better people than Chinese, so you shut up!
          Khartoum is going to fall before long.

          You are search a homeless dude, thinking if the oil keep flowing to the North, you will be sheltered some day!!

          No wa

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        • 16 February 2012 09:25, by Daniel Buolmawei

          Mohammed, we don’t care whether China will become super power or not. We don’t mind that. China turn blind eyes and pays ears to the weak and the suffered. As they (Chinese)were done against us, they (Chinese) are now helping Syrian dictator killing innocent civilians without mercy and sympathy. Even the Arab League side with oppositions and innocent civilians against the government because the---

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          • 16 February 2012 09:30, by Daniel Buolmawei

            Arab League is a body of humans who can feel sympathized and moved by the suffering of the innocents. Chinese never moved at all. They never feel moved by the suffering. Such a nation will never rule the world because we are humans and do not have to be led by someone who never feel sympathized with the plights of the weak and the innocents

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          • 16 February 2012 11:46, by mohammed ali

            Daniel, donnot tell me about Syria, i know what is coming up about Syria! It wont be different than Tunisia, Egypt or Moroco!Am telling about the super power which you worship is coming to us! Just mark my words!

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        • 16 February 2012 16:18, by hellonearth

          have you forgotten, darfur, Kordofan and Blue Nile they are a part of North Sudan. you should look into the number of people dying everyday as a result of Attacks and bombardment from SAF. nigga pliz

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  • 16 February 2012 08:33, by okucu pa lotinokwan

    Technology awareness is the best way of life on this sinful earth,the ministry for the Petrolum in the Govt of Republic of S South is not very aware of what is taking place in the Oil field both in Unity State and Adar.
    Up to now if im not very wrong Khartoum and China are still stealing our Oil,otherwise the minister should confirm it if all the Oil well is well Shut.

    OKUCU PA LOTINOKWAN

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  • 16 February 2012 09:39, by Sudan virus

    Thieves!!!Hahahahaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa.

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  • 16 February 2012 09:43, by viper

    As the saying goes: the enemy of ur enemy is a friend and a friend to ur enemy is an enemy. China was suppose to be expeled from SS since last year because they r friends to our enemy [Beshir] let them go soon

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  • 16 February 2012 09:57, by Martin Kat

    Chinese oil companies must pack their belonging and go right now.

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  • 16 February 2012 09:59, by Padiet Deng Alony

    Not far those malaysain and chinese company facilitate the process of stealing our oil and need to be expel soon if they are proven guilty.
    those foriegners need to given a lesson to respect the sovriegnty of the Republic of South Sudan.

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  • 16 February 2012 10:01, by Ahmado

    The evident is clear, chanese companies are the meaning channel for khartoum to make these offences therefore in wiev you people of south sudan must open eyes khartoum devastating situation. Chanese companies must account for loss these oil and they have to pay for it before they leave.

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  • 16 February 2012 10:11, by s sudan boy

    You cannot save two thing at the same tym devil and God. China is a close ally to sudan what do you expected from them. If Dr Garang was still alive he would have learned these chinese only help to what they want not to bring peace. I have noticed when there supported tiger timal in sri lanka and Gadhafi in libya were are they now? Don’t even waste time get rid of them and replace it with Norway.

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  • 16 February 2012 10:11, by Abraham

    To these Arabised Africans in the Sudan, particularly the lazy dudes named: Jalaba and Mohamed Ali; why is it bothering you so much when South Sudan is taking measures against these thieves i.e Sudan’s government and Chinese oil companies??? It’s non of your business whether Pagan is a big thief or not. It’s too non of your business whether we in the South Sudan will starve to death or not.

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  • 16 February 2012 10:20, by Abraham

    Your wishes and expectations were cutshort when we (South Sudanese) voted against United Sudan. Let it go to your thick heads that we will never meet again. Flip your attention to yourself and your government. Didn’t your president announced the other day that your Gold extraction has boomed...get on with it. We in the South have no business or problems with that booming.

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  • 16 February 2012 10:24, by MKee

    It is really suprising to just let these oil companies run south sudan’s oil as their own. who is actually monitoring them. Pagun these people (chinese)can be worse than any thing else if no majors have been laid down for their operation. I wonder what the department of natural resource is doing in this country? The oil companies should operate on some guidelines given to them by South government

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  • 16 February 2012 10:38, by MKee

    This time, if any thing happen to south sudan resources, you guys in power will not be pointing a finger to any body else but your selves. we the public will see that as your failure to manage the country’s affairs and any single mistake will be blamed on you. Oil is south sudn resource and local citizen should be involved in the operation of it and its monitoring if you expect no looting by....

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  • 16 February 2012 10:38, by pissoff

    Dear Readers
    Oil companies operating in South Sudan Oil fields are originally aligned with NCP regime in the North. Do you trust them? no, not all of are oil workers. I bet some of them are Undercover Agents for Bashir regime. China has a vested interest in both North/South.

    South Sudan is dinning with the devil. Why not set up your own rules of the game and dictate.

    Pissoff

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  • 16 February 2012 10:58, by MKee

    To GOSS,
    Chinese are not there to solve any problem in the sudans but only there to get the oil. ’Chinse cannot solve any problem as they always say ’if you see anything happening in your present pretend that you have not seen it to get what you wnat’. To that policy of theirs they will always befriend to both south and north to get what they want...oil.

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  • 16 February 2012 15:16, by pabaak

    There were no reasons of keeping them to do business with us from the first place, let them leave our remaining oil, they have already steal enough of it, not Chinese companies alone, every company was working with NCP, should leave, all are birds of the same feathers.

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  • 16 February 2012 15:17, by Emmanuel Ajang Solomon

    China is here to take oil, whether u like it or not let Sudan said now we want to take the oil by force they are going to be the one doing before Sudan.

    I think we need to make sure he pays what they have help Khartoum to steal. China can eve support any one who coes and said we shall removed the both Government and yuo will take your oil they will start giving you Guns and plane more then anyo

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  • 16 February 2012 18:10, by Tambura

    If China took part of looting our oil, they have to go we don t need them they will not do good job....

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  • 16 February 2012 21:48, by AAMA

    It’s up to GOSS to expel the Chinese but they should understand the weight of china both in Africa and the world. I think there should be no further negotiations and south should start their pipeline immediately. We in Sudanese know that the majority of southerns hate us blindly and even managed to brainwash some of our brother in Sudan.

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  • 16 February 2012 21:58, by AAMA

    It’s really a hopeless case to continue talking to ppl with so much hate. Both sides should just move on with peace. I reeeeeeeeeally wish the south to build their pipeline, road and railways to Kenya or whatever as soon as possible so that there is no chance in the future for any conflicts. Southerns hate northerns blindly, this is the truth, therefore no near future cooperation is possible.

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    • 17 February 2012 00:17, by Kurnyel

      All Nuer and Shuluks are not good to be mantain let talk with equatorians who are little thief but fear death,I witness Tank in Wau late 1990s that written in Arabic that ( Katul Dinka wa Nigu Paratiit) meaning kill Dinka and fuck Balanda of Wau, let kill Pagan if he steal some money

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      • 17 February 2012 05:29, by 4Justice

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        demon possesses an individual, the individual becomes the demon’s slave. The demon will alter the individual’s beliefs and consequently his attitude and behavior.
        The demon possessed individual will invariably manifest the signature of Satan-Deception

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      • 17 February 2012 08:23, by Ramiran

        to kur hyena
        e jin gat ciek mi ler mi ca man luom e jalab ke hoo jaang dial me daan ci ke ro koak ka jalab e jen la mani kien a lat dhori jalabni ka cam ke duoth kien. han ca de ruac ke ji e jin gat car muth ka.

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      • 17 February 2012 08:43, by Ruach

        Kur Lial.Liel Muor!!Maa gat ciek Jalaab!Your mother was used by Jallaby in Wau and Aweil where u can see people are Muslims.Muor e car-muth.Caa ji dieth laka.Jin Ngaji guur?Guur coale Abdala Bin Laddin Abdala.Dhorien e Gadaref.Jeke Muor lak pakani.Mur muor!!

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    • 17 February 2012 06:29, by Anynya One

      I see you stinking shitt! you know better.. You know where your faults from "A" to "Z". The solution is easy, remove your idiot president with all your goofy strategies of Islam, stop targeting Africans and their resources using wars as an option. And seek for reconciliation. But still this ’ll never be successful; there is new generation seeking freedom.

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  • 17 February 2012 09:36, by Lual Ngor Lual

    South Sudan is now a days taking tough measures and we are happy, that is how the independent country should deal with international issues. The oil belong to South Sudan and if China means business, then it should seek contract from the owner or risk lossing the business all together.

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  • 17 February 2012 11:55, by Mapuor

    I had a dream,that one day South Sudan would be free & have a say in the way its natural resources are exploited.Chinese companies should just pack & leave our country,we no longer trust in them,they have stolen our oil.Khartoum must look for other sources of revenues.Dunia maa dawaama.

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