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Southern Sudan not prepared for independence – De Chan


By Julius N. Uma

August 16, 2010 (KAMPALA) — Majority decisions in favor of an independent Southern Sudan in next year’s referendum could have serious repercussions not only in the region, but the entire African continent, a renowned Sudanese Political scholar has warned.

David De Chand, the Chairman of Southern Sudan Democratic Front (SSDF) party told journalists in Kampala, Uganda that it’s still too early for the semi-autonomous region to secede from the north, given its "lack of leadership capabilities".

Asked to elaborate further, De Chand said, "I should now tell you that Southern Sudan is not united at all. It [still] lacks leadership capabilities to govern itself and our experience with the SPLM [Sudanese People Liberation Movement] leadership has been disastrous for the last five years".

The SSDF Chairman also accused the southern Sudan ruling party of its alleged interference in the April general elections, saying the latter "deliberately and willfully" barred other Southern Sudan parties from freely propagating their political ideas to the population.

"The elections were not democratic because they were rigged by the SPLM and the way the SPLA [Sudanese Peoples Liberation Army] behaved during the elections showed that they are partisan and not a national force," he said.

De Chand maintains that unity remains that only option in the forthcoming referendum, and that an independent Southern Sudan could undermine efforts to achieve the East African integration.

Under the East African integration arrangement, member countries will benefit from common terms of trade, including trading using one currency. Current members include Uganda, Kenya and Tanzania.

According to the SSDF leader, the current political boundaries of Sudan needed to be preserved, arguing that if the south separated from the north, the entire country will disintegrate, citing likely scenarios in Darfur, Southern Blue Nile, Eastern Sudan and the Nuba mountains.

“To make matters worse, that scenario would lead to the disintegration of other African countries and that is what Europe wants to achieve. This has been the major cause of conflicts between Sudan and western countries,” Prof. De Chand told journalists.

Critics have, however, accused the learned political scientist of championing a hate campaign against the Southern government, with many already labeling him as being loyal to President Omar Hassan Al Bashir’s regime.

“David De Chand has not been in Southern Sudan for a long time. He has been in the US from where he came and went to Khartoum and later to Uganda for press interviews. He needs to be told realities on the ground,” Mr. Ador Akok Athuai, the Political Affairs Officer at the Liaison Office of the Southern government in Kampala said yesterday.

Mr. Athuai, like others, strongly believes the time is ripe for semi-autonomous region to gain independence from the north, saying the current SPLM leadership is capable of ruling the country.

Meanwhile, Mr. David Amour Majur, the Secretary General for South Sudan Youth Forum for Referendum told Sudan Tribune that much as some elements were opposed to the independence of the south, loyalists have already view it as an effective way of countering terrorism threats, under the East African integration initiative.


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  • 17 August 2010 04:45, by David Chiengkou

    I am a bit confused to what prof de Chan is trying to address. This a man who knew nothing about Southern Sudan other then the dirty politics that he is trying to spread. I am happy to let him know that, since 1983 to 2005, Southern Sudanese people have lived for those twenty two years without the North and we will be better off without the North.

    I wonder why is this man talking of other African countries splitting when our problem is different. This is a way to misinform the public, but he need to mind his own words because we are going to deliver this. Those skeptics need to understand the reality of what our people want. If he is for unity, let him go to his own home in the South and start campaining about unity if he will get any person.

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    • 17 August 2010 05:02, by DOOR

      David de chand is the only educated Southerner who does not know what he is doing just not to mention those who support their bellies in khartoum.
      Well if he is interested in unity he should rally his party behind him and let them face the SPLM.
      There is no crime in anyone like de chand expressing his own view on southsudan issues but the problem is that he does not relate himself to South where he can be of help.
      Being a supporter of unity does not mean that you utilize all your wisdom and experience on northern affairs.
      Come to south and contribute to the development rather than expressing views which are void of teamwork and patriotism.

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      • 17 August 2010 07:26, by Sombiri

        Dear Mr. Prof
        Unity,was imposed by a few in 1947. That UNITY robbed us of very many things. Between 1947-2005 3-4 million Southerners perished to maintain that UNITY. Unity of Sudan or Africa can not be maintain at the expense of Southerners. Mr.Prof. you’re not informed of the realities unfolding in the South. Keep on to your dream world. The South is a nation in the making. God Bless the South.

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        • 17 August 2010 13:40, by Jay

          That’s what happen when you’re in the payroll of the foe; you follow their lead and do whatever they say.
          De Chan has to say something like that to get his paycheck.
          Choosing different location doesn’t make it any lesser than saying it in Khartoum.

          The question is; is he still going to be in that payroll when South Sudan is out? My guess is, not a possibility.

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    • 17 August 2010 09:52, by Isaac Treter

      To Dr. David Dechan.

      We in the South are ready for the Referendum with our current GOSS and the entire South Sudanese Communities.

      It seem you are puoring challenging Statements to this current gov,t while you are abroad.

      Why don,t you join the GOSS and be one of its best Politician in order to make some changes?


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  • 17 August 2010 04:47, by Acid

    Those who listen to De Chan are dumb like him. Man has been traitor whole his life, he shouldn’t be of any news material, period!!

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  • 17 August 2010 04:56, by Acid

    Those who listen to De Chan are dumb like him. Man has been traitor whole his life, he shouldn’t be of any news material, period!!

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  • 17 August 2010 06:29, by Mr Famous Big_Logic_Boy

    David De Chand should be send to Mulago hospital seriously, I think he is suffering from mental issues. Who is not prepare for independence in South? can you be more specific rather than generalising the whole South as not ready for self determination. Oh dear we really have some hyenas in pursuit of unity with arabs, what benefit would you be getting if we united with arabs? Becareful of baby politics my friend. Such madness of uttering ill ideas will get your tongue on fire.

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    • 17 August 2010 07:06, by Lorolokin

      De Chand,

      To follow Lame Akol in his Ideology will not earn you anything instead you are ruining yourself. What do you know about Southern Sudan, nothing other than collecting those small money from el Basher to betray your own people.You should take the money from Basher and do the opposite after all those money is ours.Southern Money.

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    • 17 August 2010 10:57, by Hillary B.M.L,M

      Mr. Logic and Others

      this time your comment bended wrongly.

      If southerners are able to rule themselves, render services adequately, why they ask Foreigners to help in this Areas , Medicals, Laws and other Professional Fields just to mention few?

      We must thinks double otherwise the second Somalia is South Sudan.

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  • 17 August 2010 06:46, by Aduol Liet

    Message to David de Chand.

    You have been criticizing SPLM since there was no peace agreement have reached and I don’t think anyone from Southern Sudanese will not buy your criticism on the SPLM. We know that, your voice is not speaking the true but it is the term which Kenyan people use saying, money can talks and that is exactly what you are representing the voices of Khartoum government this is proving that, bad attitudes people can not even knowing the insight on their door ways and referendum and rights of Southern Sudan is the insight to you guys. I don’t see what scenario will lead to disintegration to others African Countries when in reality it is already happened in two decades civil war and those problems are still unrest in Darfur regions not to mention the Khartoum agendas of dividing Southern Sudanese by arming them and gave them money to kills themselves what make different and how unity with dictatorship government will bring united Sudan if you were not a dumpest guy who trying to discredit his people and favor really enemies of Southern Sudanese.

    A child can even asking you a very simple question for example, if the SPLM were not having capabilities in two decades would you be really talking about April election which you poorly state that, it was been rigged by the SPLM meanwhile, you objected the referendum election that will free your mother and your father in Southern Sudan how came you guys rallies on the Old Sudan regime government that needed to be change on the other hand also you claiming the Southern Sudan did not have a democratic on the last year April election this is not surprising to us at all, but a shameful to all loyalist Southern Sudanese people like you and many others Southern Sudanese who are under dictatorship pew in the Khartoum.

    The unity of Sudanese people is not very important at the time when the Sudan government itself is killing his citizens, there is no way for the people, we Southern Sudanese and others regions to accepted united Sudan under dictator rules in Sudan this is not going to happen. You might be a good at IQ in your learning at school but I can tell that, it is very difficult for you to put that education you learned in to meaningful ways nor in to good practices as the late Dr, John Garang de Mabior was the only man in Southern Sudan who put that PhD in to more practical and more meaningful but none of these Southerners Sudanese collaboration PhD Holders including you will probably fall under loyalists and collaborators categories which mean your PhD is a useless to us we Southern Sudanese people and it is even hopeless to your family as a whole.

    I don’t call you prof, because there is no sign on you showing what good things you did after when you receiving that degrees of yours and I would real go on to tell you that, none educated Southerners Sudanese people are better than you simply, because they knows the Sudan government is against their rights as an individuals have the right to be free and their rights for being a human and citizens of the Sudan.It is true that, you have been spent more times outsider nations particularly in Europe and Western nation which you have slamming them saying, the European want to see more problems in Sudan happening which is not true they are trying to bring peace to Sudanese people but inhuman people like you and indictment are still enduring genocide policy and it is even more than being a shameful you guys on earth please take time and think about suffering the Southern Sudanese have been faced for many years.

    Mr, David de Chand. You were being recorded criticized Boan Malwal Madut and Dr, Mading Deng after when Boan Malual left to Khartoum and now you are voicing the Khartoum regime and refused to join Southern Sudanese who are happy to see their rights being heard. Do you real think we don’t know you.? I think the SPLM vision and their mission is the only path that will liberating most majority in the Sudan and your rhorcs are unprofound and the good things I can tell you is that, these Southern Sudanese people will do their best in the absent of all loyalist people and Omar al Bashir’s money will soon dry up in days to come something every loyalist Southern Sudanese will experience in the short period.

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    • 17 August 2010 06:54, by DOOR


      How could you spend all those crucial minutes constructing rubbish bin? Short and brief is all an intellectual is expected to provide.
      Beating about the bush can not save your time and energy.

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      • 17 August 2010 07:24, by Aduol Liet


        None of your business.

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      • 17 August 2010 07:27, by Jamus



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        • 17 August 2010 08:17, by Aduol Liet

          Jamus or Jam-amok whatever your name is.

          This is a twenty first century where by individual has the right to write anything as long he is or she is interesting that is we call it the freedom of individual right and you must understand that, summarizing and comment are quite frankly different. Summary mean restating what the author was trying to tell and comment mean you can make comment either more or short nor in anything come out in your mind and it is unlimitable and the question is what jealously you.?

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          • 17 August 2010 14:13, by Jamus

            De Chand

            No doubt,this guy is paid by National Security and Intelligence Services to came to a strategic capital,Kampala to make such wild and egregious statements.They chose Kampala because they want to tilt public opinion there coz many Ugandans advocate for our separation.Soon,he will travel to all cities including New York and make thesame statements.He was chosen by NSIS because,they think that when an academics from South makes such statements,it will convince the world that,we are incapable of governing ourselves as they purport.In the west,academics are like seers,who foresee the future,and they predictions are sometimes accurate but the question is,are De Chand’s empty rhetoric true? No.They are seen as people who should change the miserable life we are in.Most of them choose otherwise,like the doctors of Doom,Riek and Lam did horrible things to innoscent civilians.

            To Aduol Liet,’empty vessels make alot of Noise’ and Ku Jam-amok du eya


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  • 17 August 2010 07:23, by Pwad Achob

    Hi stupid Dinka boy,

    Mind your language. Your opinion can differ from your fellow citizen and still you can win the arguement if you try your best to convince a person. We are all southern sudanese with different ways of thinking yet we can respect each other.

    The language you use all the time on this website is so offensive and it seems that you are a very primitive human being.

    Mr. David De Chand, anyway I personally do not know him, has an opinion but it is not a good one. In my opinion, we have to be diplomatic in answering him but not to say that people like him should be killed or eliminated. You and your gang have been eliminating people for long time because they happened to have different opinions.

    If you are not careful you will be eliminated first without you knowing. Southern sudan can not be a good place or a peaceful country govern by people like you. It will be a disaster. We will not find friends from democratic countries if such people like you are leading southern sudan.

    Please be careful somebody is already standing at your back.

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    • 17 August 2010 07:50, by Nguetbuny de Luelpiny

      Haaooo! Dai Chan!

      fills exercise early before you run for your live in Khartuom.
      a minutes ago, you was talking about separation and against Unity. But now, SPLA/M accepted separation. And you become oppisite to it again. Just grow your children wisely and you might be the "jokhoo" of NgunDeng in Kiirtuom.

      some years ago you were crying in Kiirtuom for separation.
      now you are Union. if SPLA/M say yo union you switch as separation again. hello uncle wash your billey fills with Acidic poison Arab food. Our Next target, is the Khartuom after Independant. we have not done yet.

      tone of liberators


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    • 17 August 2010 07:54, by Dinka Boy


      Empty vessels make noise. Come on barking on me,but your mouth will tear apart. Thanks

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  • 17 August 2010 07:55, by Awumtiai

    To this slave De Chan!!!!

    David De Chan, this name sound like he is from France. He is not our person!!! Yaa Chan you are mixing up irrelevant issues here. Balkanization of other African Countries is none of our business. Disintegration our Country Sudan is the case at hand. You need to reason like a learned person if at all you are professor!!! Judge the problem base on its realities buddy. Lack of leadership capabilities of SPLM are your own observation!!! We, are moving forwards with them.

    Your comments are nothing other than jealousy towards SPLM. David Ajak made it very clear to you, Southerners outlived many bad things and have reached this far. Southerners are seceding whether you are with them or not. You’re missing I am telling you.


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    • 17 August 2010 08:21, by mack waweru

      The man is oblivious to changes which have taken or taking place in South Sudan, Southerners themselves. For an academician like him to say we are not capable to rule ourselves is self-denial to what he is and becomes a laughing stock. He should elaborate when will we be ready to rule ourselves.

      I wish he changes his party’s name from "South Sudan Democratic Front" to something else. How can such confused far propagandist represent us?

      Shame of Drs. Lam Akol, Toby Maduot and Prof. David de Chan. Such scholarly peoples were suppose to champion the freedom of Southerners who have suffered for more than fifty years under the Arabs rule. In North Africa and the Middle East, non Arabs races are demanding their independence from the oppressive Arab regimes, like Saharawists in Morocco, Kurds in Syria and Turkey. These races are Muslims, but what commonality that bind us with Arabs in Sudan?

      I trust our people. We shall make through the storm of traitors since we have pressured our enemy to recognize our right.

      Mack Awer

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  • 17 August 2010 08:19, by Northsudanes

    De chan you should enjoy your borther lam akol in khartoum

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  • 17 August 2010 08:29, by Lual Garang De Lual

    To Mr. Professor David De Chand
    Let us be realistic people, what will you gain if you loose all your relatives and closed friends for the sake of money. Nothing as Bible puts it, David De Chand is obessed by a sinister monster to sell away the people of Southern Sudan rights for his own greed. He has not been to Southern Sudan for 27 years but he still talked as one of the leaders, Can we hear see the cat who pretends to walking majestically while it is deformed. I say again that if he was a real patriot who cares about his people, he would have come and help in the issues SPLM has not tackle as he put it but not roaming foreign capitals preaching the failures of SPLM leaders as the reasons for keeping Southern Sudan united with Islamic North.

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    • 17 August 2010 09:19, by jur_likang_a_ likan’g

      Where did this Guy learn the vices of civilization? Where is this Guy from? Though the name is South Sudanese like he speaks with the tongue of Jallaba islamist! Definitely he seems to be somebody who has cashed alot from the Arabs. Referendum is about choice and fairness.The people of South Sudan must be let to make choice in the way they want to live in this planet. This guy has no right to talk on behalf of over eight million people who have not endorsed him to speak on their behalf. He is either a lunatic or stupid to a level that can not be described. He should shut up and leave the people to decide their destiny. The people are about to enhance their democracy and the question of leadership can be handled within this premises. It is not up to this nut to speak for the whole of South Sudan. He can be speak for his illiterate villagers but not for our people. Where is his credentials for leadership if he wants Jallaba to rule his people? If he wants to be a slave of Jallabas for life it is his problem not for all of us.

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      • 17 August 2010 10:04, by Isaac Treter

        Dear Prof. Dechan.

        Please come to Southern Sudan to join its best Politicians and talk this changes.


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        • 17 August 2010 11:16, by Manut Deng

          Prof.De Chan,

          There is no appreciation to your article at all if you lost your control,please speak straight away,you will be help rather than money force you to put nonsenses on the website.
          Infact i want to remind you Prof. southerners are ready for referendum if you are not,then shut your mouth and eat your money normal.


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  • 17 August 2010 14:08, by Abraham Majur Lam

    Dear readers Pro De Chan is confused and lack political analysis to scrutinize the desire by majority in Southern Sudan and he was lucky to have said it here in Kampala. If it happened to be South Sudan even the land itself could had swallow him automatically, he doesn’t know that the fate of Southern Sudan lie now under the hand of civil population of Southern Sudan. If he has grudges with the current government he should not talk about things to do with referendum and secession of South from North . We can branded him as traitor and lunatic and deserves a punishment for having abuse the integrity of Southern Sudan government. We can forgive confuse Professor but the souls of our fallen heroes may not. Pro.De Chan should go back to Juba and see the tremendous change GOSS gov’t has made in five years period with few resources that NCP/NIF gov’t harden on to released to South Sudan government. It is a matter of hours, days and months for Pro De Chan to be convince by people of South Sudan that they have what it take to have a new born nation on the map of Africa and the whole World will come to it. May be pro de chan was born traitor and betrayer who knows but time will tell him who was right between him and David Amuor Majur. He should go back to US and start working in peoples’ farms and hope he might not be a Professor in actual sense because he could have analyze and assess the situation in South before he preach his Bashir propaganda.

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  • 17 August 2010 16:32, by Pwad Achob

    Stupid Dinka Boy,

    Yes, time is approaching so that you know your position.

    The British were replaced by northerners but this time in the twenty first century we do not want a dictator to be replaced by another dictator.

    We want a peacful country not a failed state ruled by failed primitive group of people.

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    • 17 August 2010 21:06, by John M. Atem

      What a sell out opportunistic person! Fellow Citizens, when the comprehensive Peace Agreement was signed on January 9, 2005, it was based on redemptive faith that the longest-running bloody political civil war never ever fought before in the history of continental has come to its successful conclusion.
      Many people were hoping too that since we have just emerged out from 21 years of bloody political civil war, leaders should have concentrated on how to rebuild the nation’s depressing inflation-wracked economic, dilapidated physical infrastructures, schools and hospitals and return the country back into the path of viable long-term economic growth, political prosperity, democratic governance, and financial transparency.
      Neverthless, Many bad things have continued to happen.
      Many of us are wondering as to whether the Comprehensive Peace Agreement will stick or hold on together given the National Congress Party intransigence to fully implement that hard-won 2005 Comprehensive Peace Agreement.
      Realistically, the government-led by outcast, pariah and aggravatingly degenerated thug Omer Hassan Al Bashir is aggressively waging another commerically-oriented war in Darfur with the help, support and complicity of Arabs media establishment in Khartoum. Indeed, Sudan has been ruled by bunch of aggravatingly degenerated Arab thugs for half of a century.
      Fellow Citizens, Victor Hugo once said," there is nothing more powerful in all this world than an idea whose time has come".
      Therefore, the time has come for us the people of Southern Sudan and other marginalized, of the marginalized masses of Sudan to change the dynamic look of the ever-worsening political situation in Sudan.
      Fellow Citizens, having examined David de Chan’s background, I have concluded that this man has no knowledge of the suffering our people are undergoing in Southern Sudan. Finally and last, but not certainly the least, the time has come for this destructive , opportunistic, out-of-ideas, and bride-to-death generation of me-first whose mouths are stuffed with blood-stained money to stop preaching their primitive and outdated politics. Fellow Citizens, David de Chan is nothing more than a degenerated thug who is out there to make quick bucks.
      Fellow Citizens, let us stop preaching down-market, diversionary and outdated primitive stone age period politics that have reduced us into the lowest common denominator in the scale of contemporary human beings.
      David de Chan should tell his degenerated thug Omar Hassan el Bashire that you cannot instil sense of political discipline in the people by killing them. In the other words, immorally destructive means cannot bring morally constructive ends.
      In conclusion, May the Garangian vision of pluralistic democratic parliamentary united new Sudan shines on forever and ever. Amen!

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    • 17 August 2010 22:51, by Covert

      Pwad Achob,

      If you think you’re being lead by ancients, you must be more primitive to be lead by them.

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  • 17 August 2010 21:21, by Kur

    Who is this stupid guy called De Chan? We can’t listen to rubbish said by some desperate beggar who has chosen to remain a second class citizen of the so-called Sudan. Why should the independence of South Sudan leads to the disintegration of Africa? We can’t remain under cruel evil system in Khartoum because some slave-minded person has said so. Go to hell with your nonsense. You will die a slave. We do not care.


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    • 18 August 2010 15:36, by John M. Atem

      Dear Fellow Citizens,
      Iam exremely shock reading the statements uttered by sell out opportunistic person named David de Chan. He said," Southern Sudan is not prepared for independence and it lacks leadership capabilities". With these statements, David de Chan has demonstrated that he is a confused, narrow-minded, out-of- twenty-first century ideas and fossilized fool.
      Realistically, David de Chan has not been to Southern Sudan for many years and he has no firsthand experience of the reality of the situation and suffering our people are undergoing in the Southern Sudan. With statements like these, David de Chan has clearly demonstrated his political indifferent to the need of the long-suffering people of Southern Sudan. Indeed, David de Chan being an academically-well-accomplished individual should know better than that.
      Fellow Citizens, David de Chan has I-know-it-all-other-people are stupid attitudes.
      David de Chan should stop promoting politics of hatred and alienation. This is not a work of orthodox and Bible-believing Christian.
      Fellow Citizens,
      Since we have just emerged out from 21 years of bloody and resources-draining political civil war never ever fought before in the history of continental Africa, I think and do truly believe that we should promote and encourage spirits of brotherhood, peace, unity and solidarity amongst our people.
      Moreover, let us put aside our long-standing political differences and work together to build a strong, war-free, God-fearing and more moralistic corruption-free commonwealth Christian nation based on our foundational values and principles.
      Indeed, the peace-loving, liberty-seeking and splendid people of Southern Sudan who have greatly lost many human lives, experienced destruction of properties, and houses burnt down during the tedious liberation struggle have every God’s given right to determine their futuristic economic well-being, cultural development and political destiny. I have said it many times and I want to say it again, let us stop preaching down-market, double-dealing and outlandish primitive stone age period politics that have reduced us into the lowest common denominator in the scale of contemporary human beings.
      Fellow Citizens,
      Since Sudan was incepted as a nation, it has been ruled by bunch of out-of- ideas and degenerated fatalistic Islamic Arab thugs with out national political policy agendas.
      Fellow Citizens, Listed below are their statements: Saqid al Mahdi had this to say in 1966," The failure of Islam in the Southern Sudan would be the failure of the Sudanese Muslims to the international Islamic cause. Islamic has a holy mission in African, and Southern Sudan is the begining of that mission".Omer Hassan el Bashir has this to say in 1989," There will be no unity of Sudan, except under Islam". As you all can see the Arabs thuggocratic governments that have come and gone in Khartoum policies were accleration of Arabization and Islamization of Sudan.
      In conclusion, David de Chan is a degenerated thug who is out there to make quick blooodstained bucks by merchandising Bashir’s policy of Arabization and Islamization of non-Muslim populations. We must resist such diabolical attempt to wrest away our God-given rights. Indeed, Victor Hugo once said," There is nothing more powerful in all this world than an Idea whose time has come".
      Therefore, the time has come for the people of Southern Sudan to extricate themselves from rusty steel chains of cruelly dehumanizing slavery, enforced political oppression and mismanagement for which they have been helplessly held hostages for so many years. We must not let ourselves to be wickedly fooled by Arab thugs this time.
      May almighty God guide all our leaders. SPLA Oyee, New Sudan Oyee,
      Victory to the people. Thank you all very much.

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